The Life Cycle Innovation Conference is organized by the Forum for Sustainability through Life Cycle Innovation (FSLCI). The FSLCI is a multi-stakeholder and membership-based community organization for professionals working in business, science and policy organizations who are interested in and working with Life Cycle approaches to enhance the sustainability of economic activities.
We organize workshops, summer schools, webinars and other events around life cycle thinking and provide the global life cycle community with an online platform to collaborate and engage with one another. If you would like to know more about us, who we are and what we do, check out our website or get in touch with us!
By the way, FSLCI members will get a significant rebate on the LCIC 2018 participation fee. Benefit from all our services already now by signing up early and enjoy your rebate once we open registration!
The Organizing Committee is the principle organizing organ for the LCIC 2018. We would like to thank all members of the Organizing Committee for their amazing support, ideas and time that they are investing to make LCIC 2018 an outstanding experience!
Claus Lang Koetz
The Scientific Committee is responsible for establishing criteria for the abstract review and the review itself and thus the main organ to ensure the scientific quality of LCIC 2018. We would like to thank all members of the Scientific Committee for their support!
- Alain Wathelet – Solvay
- Atsushi Inaba – Kogakuin University
- Carl Karheiding – Swedish Life Cycle Center
- Claus Lang Koetz – INEC
- Enrico Benetto – Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)
- Eric Mieras – PRé Sustainability
- Fritz Balkau – Sustainable solutions
- Guido Sonnemann – University of Bordeaux
- Guy Castelan – Plastics Europe
- Ian Vazquez-Rowe – Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
- Ignacio Calleja – EIT Raw Materials
- Joan Rieradevall – UAB Barcelona
- Lise Laurin – Earthshift Global
- Martin Baitz – Thinkstep
- Martina Prox – Hamburg Institute for Environmental IT
- Masahiko Hirao – Tokyo University
- Matthias Finkbeiner – TU Berlin
- Mourad Ben Amor – University of Sherbrooke
- Naeem Adibi – WeLOOP
- Nicole Unger – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)
- Peter Saling – BASF
- Philipp Preiss – INEC
- Stephan Morel – Renault
- Stephan Pfister – ETH Zurich
- Tobias Viere – HS Pforzheim
- Tomás Navarrete Gutiérrez – Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)
- Wouter Achten – Université de Bruxelles