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The Collaborative Research Center at TU Berlin

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The Collaborative Research Center at TU Berlin

  1. 1. CRC 1026 Sustainable Manufacturing – Shaping Global Value Creation Funded by German Research Foundation (DFG) State and progress of the Collaborative Research Center 1026 “Sustainable Manufacturing – Shaping Global Value Creation” Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Stark Presentation to VGU research & student team 19th September 2015, Ho Chi Minh City
  2. 2. Page 2  Challenge and framework  Key results  Demonstration systems  Education and training  Service projects  Staff & Outlook Agenda
  3. 3. Social challenge: eradicating global poverty Two major sustainability challenges for the 21st century… Page 3 Source: Rockström et al. 2009 Source: Worldbank 2009 30th November – 11th December 2015: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Paris, France 25th September – 27th September 2015: United Nations Summit to adopt the post- 2015 development agenda, New York, USA Environmental challenge: staying within planetary boundaries Ocean acidification Stratospheric ozon depletion Climate changeChemical pollution Atmospheric aerosol loading Biodiversity loss Change in land use Global freshwater use Nitrogen cycle Phosphorus cycle
  4. 4. The key role of manufacturing for sustainability… Page 6 Importance of the manufacturing sector  Specific manufacturing sectors are dynamic enablers for economic development of countries and regions  These sectors can not be leapfrogged by emerging countries without global value stream interactions Direct impact on sustainability (production perspective)  The manufacturing sector emits 28% of the greenhouse gases produced in the EU  It employs 17% of the European workforce  It generates 25% of the European GDP Indirect impact on sustainability (product perspective)  Manufacturing influences sustainability over the entire product lifecycle  The number of products in households is constantly rising  Manufacturing generate wealth throughout products The strategic role of CRC 1026 „Sustainable Manufacturing – Shaping Global Value Creation“ • Deliver innovative technologies for enhanced manufacturing • Enable prospective assessment and engineering capabilities • Provide solution integration and value creation network prediction • Act locally, regionally & globally
  5. 5. …within the context of local and global value creation Page 7 Second funding period: Narrowing the gap First funding period: Bridging the gap Rich & “saturated” societies Poor & “hungry” societies Additionally:  Connecting with further research institutes overseas  International focus workshops  Dialogue with industry and politics Exploring through knowledge exchange:  EPSRC-CIS  Guest lectures  Doctoral student exchanges Integrating results of CRC 1026 in teaching:  GPE (TU Berlin)  GPEM (VGU)  Brazil  GCSM Additionally:  Research agenda with VGU and TGU (associated projects)  Integrating young researchers from Brazil and Vietnam
  6. 6. CRC 1026 mission statement Page 8 The mission of the CRC 1026 is to provide exemplary sustainable manufacturing solutions whose positive direct and indirect effects on the triple bottom line of sustainability are scientifically demonstrated. Sustainable manufacturing (definition): creation of products that, in fulfilling their functionality over their entire life cycle, cause a sustainable impact on the environment (nature and humans) while delivering economic value.
  7. 7. Research Framework: Sustainability Layer Model Page 11 Technology integration layer - Modelling and assessment methods for decision making within the development of integrated technical solutions Value creation network layer - Exploration, simulation and evaluation of value creation networks with an (inter-)organisational perspective Global manufacturing impact layer - Solutions for knowledge dissemination and systemic change at national and global level Core manufacturing layer - Physical realisation of new promising processes and equipment whose sustainability is evaluated within specific manufacturing work cells
  8. 8. Page 13  Challenge and framework  Results – publications and collaborations  Demonstration systems  Education and training  Service projects  Staff & Outlook Agenda
  9. 9. CRC 1026 – Selected results Page 14 Methods: Tiered approach – a new systematic and hierarchical guidance through lifecycle sustainability assessment Value Creation Network Layer Core Manufacturing Layer New approaches: Development and instantiation of a novel concept of modular machine tool frame Global Manufacturing Impact Layer Knowledge gains: Increasing energy demand by building-up manufacturing sectors in emerging countries is mainly covered by emissions-intensive coal Technical Innovations: New concepts for human centred automated working place Technology Integration Layer
  10. 10. PhD theses related to CRC 1026 in the 1st FP  4 PhD theses completed  37 PhD theses ongoing Scientific thesis contribution in the 1st funding period Page 17 127 Diploma, Bachelor and Master theses have been completed in the 1st FP in CRC 1026 projects Graduated doctoral researchers Theses written in CRC 1026 Dr. Barquet Dr. Gausemeier Dr. PostawaDr. Heyer
  11. 11. Page 18 Career moves (inside CRC and to the outside)  New academic positions within the CRC 1026  New chair of sustainable corporate development  New academic positions outside the CRC 1026  New leading positions in industry Prof. Fügenschuh Prof. Kohl Dr. ReiseProf. Minx Dr. TraversoDr. SchwenkDr. König
  12. 12. Page 19  Challenge and framework  Results – publications and collaborations  Demonstration systems  Education and training  Service projects  Staff & Outlook Agenda
  13. 13. Demonstration System 1: Sustainability potential of core manufacturing solutions in context Page 20 CRC 1026 mission statement Future scenarios (A1) Technological development (B2, B3, B4, B5) Microeconomic integration (A3, C1) Macroeconomic upscaling (A2, A4) Product Process Equipment Human Organisation
  14. 14. Page 21 CRC 1026 mission statement Future scenarios (A1) Technological development (B2, B3, B4, B5) Microeconomic integration (A3, C1) Macroeconomic upscaling (A2, A4) Surrounding field and technology scenarios for framing the specification of technologies Development of new technologies framed by future scenarios and sustainability assessment • Comparative assessment • Identification of hot spots and improvement potential Global sustainability potential of technologies Demonstrate sustainability of processes Demonstration System 1: Sustainability potential of core manufacturing solutions in context Product Process Equipment Human Organisation
  15. 15. B4 example Page 22 CRC 1026 mission statement Future scenarios (A1) Technological development (B4) Microeconomic integration (A3) Macroeconomic upscaling • Comparison of sustainability assessment • LEG²O machine sustainability profile • Decision support (e.g. steel vs. alumi- num, casting vs. welding) “Living factory” scenario for the modular machine tool base (LEG²O) Development of a novel concept of modular machine tool frames Demonstration System 1: Sustainability potential of core manufacturing solutions in context
  16. 16. Page 23 Product lifecycle CRC 1026 mission statement Macroeconomic upscaling Demonstration System 2: Sustainability potential of products in the context of their lifecycles Product Process Equipment Human Organisation
  17. 17. Page 24 Product lifecycle Smart Urban Wheeler: Innovation for sustainable mobility in urban environments Demonstration System 2: Sustainability potential of products in the context of their lifecycles Product Process Equipment Human Organisation A1 Future scenarios A2, A3, A5, A6 C1, C2 Assessment and decision making B1, A1, C1, C2 Development B6,C4,C5 Process planning and production C5 Use B6 End-of-life
  18. 18. Page 25  Challenge and framework  Results – publications and collaborations  Demonstration systems  Education and training  Service projects  Staff & Outlook Agenda
  19. 19. Page 26 MGK: Results of the first funding period Scientific Working  10 lectures and workshops in scientific working and writing (ZEWK, CRC) General Studies  Courses in gender and intercultural competences  Language courses (ZEMS) Research Field Specific Content  11 CRC round lectures by all PIs  14 CRC scientific guest lectures (of 10 nationalities)  One 3-hour seminar per project  Scholars from 8 nationalities: 17 PhD students (12 males, 5 females)  Sojourns of 14 doctoral students to 10 different international institutions  12 lectures from industry
  20. 20. Page 27 MGK: Objective and expected results of the second funding period Objectives  Support doctoral students to successfully complete their PhDs  Ensure that sustainability and sustainable manufacturing topics are an integral part of the gained knowledge  Foster multi method competency, inter- disciplinary and international exchange  Foster diversity and gender equality in academia  Prepare for a career in science and industry  <<1–2 pictures or illustrations. Short explanations may be given underneath; detailed explanations have to be given verbally; font size: 16pt>> Extension of the qualification program in the 2nd funding period  Two seminars/year organized per project  Mandatory courses in good scientific practice and gender competence  Systematic assignment of a second CRC- PI for high quality co-supervision  Creation of a mentoring program (science or industry)  Introduction of workshops with policy makers  Frequent evaluation and continuous improvement of the MGK program.
  21. 21. Page 28  Challenge and framework  Results – publications and collaborations  Demonstration systems  Education and training  Service projects  Staff & Outlook Agenda
  22. 22. Public Awareness (PA) Page 29 PA Multi-media teaching materials 46 events for external audiences Professional public appearance Bilingual CRC-internal trainings Middle East lecture tour Individual coaching: Brainstorming Individual coaching: “Pimp my text” „My project in five sentences“ Think Tank „MX Dialogue“ Ready-to-use teaching kit 14-pages folder: working sheets for secondary school Educational students‘ movie 65 graphics and 88 icons Website: 12,600 visits from 22 countries 24 press releases Girls‘ Day
  23. 23. 4 Virtual test environments hosted 2 Computing cluster hosted Based on open source tools adapted to CRC requirements Hosted on virtual machines on TU and CRC owned hardware 215 Internal tasks 259 Message board posts 95 Wiki pages 4900 Items in database INF: Service Project for Information Infrastructure Page 30 5 Live tool trainings 5 Video tutorials 2 User manuals 55 Support tickets recorded and closed Collaboration Platform Maintenance and Support Training and Motivation
  24. 24. Page 31  Challenge and framework  Results – publications and collaborations  Demonstration systems  Education and training  Service projects  Staff & Outlook Agenda
  25. 25. Leadership team and principal investigators of the second funding period Page 33 Dr. Barquet Prof. Borndörfer Dr. Chancerel Prof. Edenhofer Prof. Jochem Dr. Knothe Prof. Krüger Prof. Lang Dr. Lehmann Dr. Pittner Prof. Rethmeier Dr. Sammler Prof. SkutellaProf. Schäfer Dr. Steckel Prof. Stark CRC 1026 Coordinator Prof. Kohl Director of Project Area C Prof. Finkbeiner Director of Project Area A Vice coordinator Prof. Uhlmann Director of Project Area B Vice coordinator CRC 1026 executive board: tbd full time Managing Director
  26. 26. From bridging the gap to narrowing the gap Page 35 Bridging the gap Narrowing the gap Rich & “saturated” societies Poor & “hungry” societies  Dialog between high tech countries and emerging countries needed to identify pathways of technological and business solutions for the set-up of sustainable manufacturing sectors  Differentiations necessary between local society/market needs and opportunities versus global value creation integration opportunities – establish balanced approach  Allow for early integration of low & high tech sustainable manufacturing solutions within research environments in less developed and emerging countries with the explicit option to modify them towards unique frugal industry solutions
  27. 27. Q & A and contacts Page 38 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Stark Technische Universität Berlin Chair of Industrial Information Technology Coordinator of CRC 1026: Sustainable Manufacturing – Shaping Global Value Creation Phone: +49 30 39006-243 Address: Pascalstr. 8-9, 10587 Berlin E-Mail: rainer.stark@tu-berlin.de Internet: www.iit.tu-berlin.de Contact: Visit our Collaborative Research Center at: http://www.sustainable-manufacturing.net/en_GB/
  28. 28. Planetary boundaries Page 39
  29. 29. H-Factor Page 40

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