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Resilient and sustainable value chain

A conference and doctoral course

Henrik Henriksson, CEO at H2 Green Steel is co-arranging the event. Photo: H2 Green Steel

KTH together with Henrik Henriksson, H2 Green Steel, invites to a joint doctoral and industrial event on resilient and sustainable value chains.

Time: Wed 2023-04-26 - Thu 2023-04-27

Location: KTH Innovation, Stockholm, Sweden

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About the event

When? April 26-27

For whom? Industry representatives and doctoral students

Course credits for PhD course: 4,5 hp

Course fees:

  • Doctoral student at KTH: SEK 1000
  • Doctoral student at another university: SEK 3000
  • Industry representatives and others not registered as doctoral students: SEK 3000 SEK

Course fee includes coffee, lunch and printed lecture material for both days.

Are you working in the process industry and trying to solve sustainability issues in your value chain? Or maybe you are a doctoral student interested in circular economy in the industrial world? In this two-day event, you will get the latest research updates from KTH and sneak peeks at industrial companies' agendas.

About the event

We live in a complex world where value chains stretch over continents. Process industries play important roles in making these value chains sustainable and resilient.

On April 26-27, KTH and Henrik Henriksson invite you to two packed days to exchange knowledge. Several keynote speakers will share their insights, and there will be presentations from industry and academia and plenty of time for networking and discussions.

As industry representatives from the process industry, you can join the two days as a conference. Doctoral students get 4,5 credits, joining as part of a PhD course.

Outcomes from the doctoral course

After a completed course, you will be able to analyze and evaluate process industrial value chains with respect to technology, economics, sustainability and robustness. You will also be able to analyze how radical and incremental changes in manufacturing processes affect sustainability goals for the value chains.

More about the course FME3549


April 26

  • 8.30 Opening Speach by Henrik Henrikson, H2 Green Steel
  • 9.00 Mikael Staffas, Boliden
  • 10.30 Per Tunell and Jonas Kleberg Wallenius
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13.00 Peter Carlsson, Northvolt
  • 15.00 Panel discussion and summary of the day

April 27

  • 9.00 Keynote Henrik Henriksson, H2Green Steel
  • 10.00 Academic reflection connected to Henrik's keynote

  • 11.00 Discussion/panel

  • 12:00 Lunch

  • 13.00 Mikael Hannus, Stora Enso

  • 14.00 Academic reflection

  • 15.00 Wrapping up the two days with discussion/panel.

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