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Elise Chaumat

Research Engineer – Eco-Innovation and LCA, CEA-Leti

Bio:

Elise Chaumat is Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Eco-Design specialist at CEA-Leti. Elise is graduated from CentralSupelec (2020) and Arts & Métiers ParisTech on Change Management and Sustainable Innovation (2020). She works on environmental assessment and the sustainability of Power Electronic systems.

Abstract:

If many environmental impacts arise from electronics, the management of current and future e-waste has become a priority. With only 17% of the 53.6Mt e-waste generated per year being properly collected and recycled, a better management of electronics systems at their end-of-usage is imperative to reduce pollutions and recover part of strategic and scarce material sources. In this context, the EECONE European project aims at reducing e-waste on an European scale. Within the scope of this project, CEA-Leti, in collaboration with other academic and industrial partners, ambitions to develop a solution enabling the design of more circular and sustainable electronic systems. This talk will present a status of the current development of this solution.

2.30 p.m. – 2.50p.m

Thursday [24][LID-WORLD] Electronics & Sustainability​ (après-midi)

Research Engineer – Eco-Innovation and LCA, CEA-Leti

Methodology and tool development to introduce a new sustainable design approach for Power Electronic systems... more info