University of Twente, NL
October 9, 2019

Sustainable Living

Welcome to Sustainable Living!

Sustainable living is the third symposium of Arise, and will be held on 9 October 2019 as part of the Sustainability Week of the University of Twente. Location: Horst C101 (plenary sessions), and HT1100/NH115/NH124 (parallel sessions), in building 20 and 24 on the campus map. We start with coffee from 10:00-10:30, followed by a splashing morning session with four inspiring plenary lectures by Marjan Minnesma from Urgenda, Christian Struck from Saxion, Rolf Oldejans from the City of Enschede and Herbert Berkhout, the CEO of SoundEnergy. After the lunch (12:45-13:45) we continue with three parallel sessions (13:45-15:45) on sustainable housing, sustainable mobility and sustainable consumption. The day is finalized (16:00-17:30) with a plenary lecture by Arjen Hoekstra from the University of Twente and networking drinks.

Arise is the knowledge network at University of Twente which focus is on innovation and advanced research in sustainability and energy. Arise’s symposium aims to be a highly interactive event for both seasoned experts as well as entry-level professionals and students. This symposium provides a unique opportunity to meet, share and discuss a variety of topics related to sustainability and energy, in a timely and influential forum.

The three parallel sessions each embody tracks relevant for sustainable living, and each represented by scientists from our faculties Science and Technology, Engineering Technology and Behavioral Management and Societal Sciences who work on a variety of topics with various angles to the overarching theme sustainability. We from Arise believe in the multidisciplinary approach towards a more sustainable society, and we believe it is highly important to connect! Therefore, this event is also a 4TU event, with speakers from other 4TU universities, as well as companies, local, provincial and national governments.

Registration is for free and includes coffee, lunch and drinks. We can offer this event without charging any money to you thanks to the great financial support from the Campus and Facility Management, Marketing and Communication and the 4TU Center for Engineering Education.

Schedule of Events

Plenary Sessions (C101) • Chair: Boelo Schuur

Parallel Sessions

10:00 - 10:30 • COFFEE & REGISTRATION

10:30 - 10:45 • PLENARY OPENING BY VICTOR van CHIJS, CHAIR OF THE BOARD, UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE (C101)

10:45 • Marjan Minnesma, Urgenda

Presentation title coming soon.

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11:15 • Christian Struck, Saxion

Dwellings as system components in a sustainable built environment: state of the art and challenges

Components of complex systems are designed to a set of specific requirements with the aim to guaranty a robust system performance. The aim to arrive at a robust and future-proof built environment in the Netherlands requires the existing dwelling stock to be transformed according to requirements such as producing zero greenhouse gas emissions and providing a healthy indoor environment. The urgency of the transformation requires the AEC industry to adopt different methods for renovation and collaboration. This contribution addresses two challenges: (1) the need for an absolute performance quantification from dwelling design to exploitation and (2) to provide means for dwelling – occupant interaction.

11:45 • Rolf Oldejans, City of Enschede

Green Metropolis Twente

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12:15 • Herbert Berkhout, SoundEnergy

Presentation title coming soon.

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12:45 - 13:45 • NETWORKING LUNCH

13:45 - 15:45 • PARALLEL SESSIONS

Sustainable Mobility (HT1100) • Chair: Cihan Gerçek

Sustainable Housing (NH115) • Chair: Silu Bhochhibhoya

Sustainable Consumption & Production (NH124) • Chair: Laura Franco Garcia

1 • Alonzo Sierra, University of Twente

A Feasibility Study of Solar PV Powered Electric Cars Using an Interdisciplinary Modelling Approach for the Electricity Balance, CO2 Emissions and Economic Aspects: The Cases of the Netherlands, Norway, Brazil and Australia

Alonzo Sierra MSc holds a Master degree of Industrial design engineering achieved at the University of Twente, currently working on sustainable electric mobility systems, particularly PV in mobility project.

2 • Dr. Henny ter Huerne, Overijssel Province, University of Twente

Organizational aspects in providing Circular Infrastructure projects

dr. ir. ing. Specialist Infrastructure Construction & Circularity/Sustainability aspects

Since a long time Henny have focused on design and construction of civil infrastructural objects and the functioning of these objects within a social context. Applying the principles of Circularity, Sustainability, Asset management, design and supply-chain integration techniques for design, use and management of infrastructure.

After completing his TU degree, he worked for 27 years for the University of Twente and for around 10 years part-time for construction and consultancy companies and the province of Overijssel. In 2004 Henny defended his doctoral research into process related aspects within the infrastructure sector. Later on during his career his focus moved from technical topics to more integrational, management and organisational issues.

Since approx. 2.5yr Henny works to get infrastructure build and functioning from a circular perspective, this asks for a transition in the whole infrastructure branch, companies and the behaviour of whole organisations should move. Quite a task for society, not easy or quickly done!

3 • Bastian Mei, University of Twente

ELECTROCHEMISTRY FOR FUEL CELL POWERED VEHICLES

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4 • Hans van Hoek, University of Twente

RECYCLING OF RUBBER FROM CAR TYRES

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5 • Marlise Westerhof, University of Twente

Understanding the factors influencing the adoption of electric vehicles

Marlise Westerhof MSc holds a Bachelor’s degree as well as a Master’s degree in Psychology, both achieved at the University of Twente in The Netherlands. She has a background in Human Factors and Engineering Psychology. Since September 2018 Marlise works as a Junior Researcher at the University of Twente at the Department of Design, Production and Management. Her current research focuses on understanding adoption factors for sustainable & electric mobility.

6 • Dr. Steven Haveman, University of Twente

electric Mobility as a Service: the development of an integrated and sustainable

Dr. Ir. Steven Haveman holds a Doctoral Degree as well as a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering, both achieved at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. His doctoral research, titled “COMBOS: Communicating Behaviour of Systems”, established a method to communicate system behaviour of large and complex systems towards multiple stakeholders during conceptual systems design. His current research focuses on clarifying the complex electric and smart mobility ecosystems by capturing these in usable models and architectures for various stakeholders.

1 • Dr. Theo de Bruijn, Saxion

CIRCULAR HOUSING – A DEVELOPING PRACTICE

Dr. Theo de Bruijn is a professor of sustainable development at Saxion University of Applied Sciences. He is also partner and managing director of IAA Architecten. He is a policy scientist specialized in sustainability and urban development.

2 • Bauke de Vries, TU Eindhoven

Circularity assessment using BIM

Bauke de Vries is chairing the Information Systems in the Built Environment (ISBE) group, and he is full Professor in the Department of the Built Environment at Eindhoven University of Technology. His main areas of expertise are: Systems Engineering, Building Information Modelling, City Information Modelling, and Process modelling in the context of Smart Cities development.

Bauke de Vries is author of over 100 publications that have been presented on international conferences and scientific articles that have been published in international journals. He is vice-president of CAADFutures; editiorial board member of ITCon, CUMINCAD, IJEPR; conference reviewer of DCC, eCAADE, SIGraDi, CAADRIA, ACADIA, CIB-W78, DDSS, ISARC, ISG; journal reviewer of Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, Journal of Engineering Research, International Journal ofE-Planning Research, Journal of Information technology in Construction, Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, Journal of Building Performance Simulation, Journal of Building Performance Simulation, Journal of Corporate Real Estate, Building Research and Information.

3 • Otto During, RISE Research institutes of Sweden

climate neutral concrete for student apartments in the middle of Sweden

I’m project leader for the area concrete with low CO2 emissions at RISE and for the project there we aim to produce climate neutral concrete for student apartments in Sweden. I began my carrier in industrial ecology by first construct building apartments and paper industries as building engineer and then going to chemical engineering at Royal Institute of Technology, KTH in Stockholm where I in my master thesis develop paper and pulp processes for avoiding chlorine bleaching.  After further studies developing courses for Industrial Ecology as Lecture at KTH and do research on system analysis on circular economy on organic waste. From the 2006 I develop programs for climate neutral companies and products and work from 2010 as researcher at RISE were I develop tools for the Industry to do Environmental Performance Declarations and are active in different projects for sustainable built environment.

4 • Berri de Jonge, Plegt-Vos

SEARCH FOR BUSINESS CASES AND SOLUTIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Berri de Jonge is an Innovation Manager at Plegt-Vos, a Dutch construction company with focus on the housing sector.

In his daily business he has the focus on the future of the construction industry and specific the future of Plegt-Vos. Initiating and managing innovations. Defining first steps to take to the future of the company. He works with his innovation team on themes as industrialization, product development, smart industries, sustainability and circular economy. His motto: “An innovation is only a success if we a proving our customers a favor, otherwise it’s just an invention.”

1 • Boelo Schuur, University of Twente, ARISE, Chemical Engineering

Biorefineries and circular economy approaches from a chemical engineering perspective

Boelo Schuur is Professor Separation Technology in the cluster Process & Catalysis Engineering. Key research field is sustainable separation engineering, including both development of new and innovative, more sustainable separation processes for existing chemical operations, and enabling completely new separations. In that last category, biorefinery applications and circular economy applications are key topics. This includes recovery of volatile fatty acids from fermented waste water and downstream conversion into high value chemicals, extraction of lipids from microalgae, and downstream fractionation of pyrolysis oils. In several occasions, the use of innovative technologies such as stimuli responsive materials for smart separations helps making these complex separations possible and more sustainable. Also in teaching, Boelo Schuur is involved in sustainability. He teaches BSc courses on industrial chemistry and processes, and a project sustainable chemical industry. Furthermore he teaches the MSc course advanced molecular separations.

2 • Paula Konter, Texperium, Textile Research Center

Texperium and sustainability

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3 • Cecilia Stanghellini, Wageningen University, Smart Farming

Agricultural production: what is sustainable?

Cecilia Stanghellini, an Italian physicist with a Dutch PhD in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, has been working at Wageningen University and Research Centre for some 30 years, on the resource and management of greenhouses in wet and dry climates. Major topics are: greenhouse climate simulation and management; crop yield and resource use efficiency; economy and environmental impact of greenhouse crops. She is (co)author of some 200 publications including a textbook on greenhouse technology. She has lead several large international projects, financed by the European Union, governmental and large companies in Europe, Latin America and Africa on the topic of efficient greenhouse vegetable production and capacity building. She teaches “Greenhouse Technology” at Wageningen University and is the scientific coordinator of the yearly “Wageningen summer school on Greenhouse horticulture” and gives regularly short courses in Wageningen and abroad. She is fluent in five languages and has been invited as lecturer in five continents.

4 • Bjorn de Koeijer, University of Twente, Sustainable Packaging

The development of packaging as a facilitator of product sustainability

Dr. ir. Bjorn de Koeijer graduated as an Industrial Design Engineer from the University of Twente, with a specialization in packaging design, Cradle to Cradle, and circularity. Extending his graduation work, he worked as a Cradle to Cradle packaging developer and project manager for both Van Houtum BV (currently part of WEPA) and EPEA Nederland. In 2015, De Koeijer started his PhD at the University of Twente, as part of the scientific research program of the Netherlands Institute for Sustainable Packaging (KIDV) and the Top Institute Food & Nutrition (TIFN). During his PhD, he focused on interventions enabling the structured integration of sustainability and circularity in product-packaging development, aligning the strategic and operational levels of development. He finished his PhD in 2018, with his dissertation titled “The development team as a guardian of sustainability and circularity”. Following his PhD, De Koeijer currently works as a postdoctoral researcher at the chair of Product-Market Relations at the University of Twente, continuing the endeavors towards fully integrating sustainability–related considerations in product-packaging development processes, for which he closely collaborates with industry.

16:00 - 16:30 • PLENARY CLOSING LECTURE (C101)

16:00 • Arjen Hoekstra, University of Twente

The environmental footprint of humanity: A reflection on consumption, trade,
planetary boundaries and local challenges

Arjen Hoekstra is Professor at the University of Twente. As creator of the water footprint concept, he introduced supply-chain thinking in water management and laid the foundation of a new interdisciplinary research field, addressing the relations between water management, consumption and trade. Hoekstra’s most recent book is the 2nd edition of “The Water Footprint of Modern Consumer Society”. This year, Hoekstra received an ERC Advanced Grant, Europe’s
most prestigious research grant, for a global research programme on the land and water footprint of food and energy, with the aim to explore alternative viable futures.

16:30 - 17:30 • SYMPOSIUM WRAP & CLOSING PARTY BY BOELO SHUUR, ARISE, UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE

ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM

Sustainable living is the third symposium of Arise, and will be held on 9 October 2019 as part of the Sustainability week of the University of Twente. Location: Horst C101 (plenary sessions), and NH115/NH124/C101 (parallel sessions), in building 20 and 24 on the campus map. We start with coffee from 10:00-10:30, followed by a splashing morning session with inspiring plenary lectures, e.g. from Marjan Minnesma from Urgenda, Christian Struck from Saxion and Arjen Hoekstra from the University of Twente. After the lunch (12:45-13:45) we continue with three parallel sessions (13:45-15:45) on sustainable housing, sustainable mobility and sustainable consumption. The day is finalized (16:00-17:30) with a plenary lecture (t.b.a.) and networking drinks.

Registration is for free and includes coffee, lunch and drinks. We can offer this event without charging any money to you thanks to the great financial support from the Campus and Facility Management, Marketing and communication and the 4TU. Center for Engineering Education.

DATE AND LOCATION

October 9, 2019 • 10:00 – 17:30
University of Twente, Enschede (NL)

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