How far flow battery may be a breakthrough technology in terms of energy efficiency?
Or the implementation of the usage of algae for the absorption oof CO2 within the cement industry?
What about the upcoming challenges and new opportunities resulting from the Human-Machine interaction?
These will be among the driving questions to tackle during the upcoming workshop within FORGING: the scenario workshop “Early co-creation workshops on Industry 5.0 novel technologies”.
The primary aim of the event is to confront societal futures with possibilities that emerging technologies within each of the six technological frameworks may enable.
To know more about the schedule and objectives of the event, please consult the table below. For a matter of clarity, we would like to inform you that, two workshops will take place simultaneously each day :10th October 10.00-16.00 |11th October 10.00-16.00 |12th October 10.00-16.00 (CEST)
Location: European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
Please note that the number of seats is limited. Therefore, we kindly ask you to confirm your availability to participate, by filling in the form, available below per single workshop link.
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