The annual Life Cycle and Systems Innovation in Design short course introduces engineers, students, academics and leaders in industry to Life Cycle and Systems thinking as tools for innovating differentiated design solutions with reduced environmental impacts.
The two-day short course will be held July 30 – 31, 2013 at Marquette University. It features multiple speakers from industry and academia covering topics such as:
- The fundamentals and benefits of Life Cycle and Systems thinking.
- Innovation using Life Cycle and Systems Thinking.
- Quantifying impacts using Life Cycle Assessment.
- Design for Environment.
- Applications of Life Cycle and System design.
- Tools for Life Cycle and Systems Thinking.
The 2013 keynote speaker is Dr. Braden Allenby from Arizona State University. Dr. Allenby is an internationally-recognized expert in sustainable engineering.
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