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Industrial Seminar - Threading-CO2 Academy

The textile industry is the fourth largest industry in the world with the global volume of fiber production for textile manufacturing reaching 110 million metric tons in 2020. At the same time, the textile industry is one of the most polluting industries worldwide with the highest greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions corresponding to 10% of the global emissions. Threading-CO2 aims to scale-up and demonstrate its first-of-its-kind technology producing high-quality commercially viable sustainable PET textile products from CO2 waste streams at industrial scale (TRL7) using a circular manufacturing approach and running on renewable energy sources.
Project partners Digiotouch, LUT University, and City of Lappeenranta are excited to invite you to the Industrial Seminar - Threading-CO2 Academy. It is launched address the current gap in academia and industrial skills needed in the valorisation of CO/CO2 streams.

Event Details

Date: May 27th, 2024

Time: 8h15 - 15h EEST 

Mode: Hybrid

Venue: LUT University, Lappeenranta, Finland (Room 1325) 
The meeting link will be communicated after the registration. 

Agenda

Time
Topic
Speaker
8h15 - 8h30
Opening Remarks
Prof. Esa Vakkilainen - LUT University
8h30 - 9h30
Digiotouch Academy platform and MOOCs
Soumya Kanti Datta, Maria Aiello, Fernanda D’Acosta - Digiotouch
9h30 - 9h45
Coffee break
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9h45 - 10h
LUT MOOC: Climate Action - The role of Digital Transformation in the Process Industry
Gustavo Almeida Researcher - LUT University
10h - 10h15
LUT MOOC 2
Clara Martinez Postdoctoral researcher - LUT University
10h15 - 10h30
Discussion with Slido Personnel training
Soumya Kanti Datta - Digiotouch
10h30 - 11h30
Visit to LUT Laboratory
Clara Martinez Postdoctoral researcher - LUT University
11h45 - 12h45
Lunch
LUT Buffet Restaurant
13h - 15h
Visit to industry
FiberX
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Fiber-X Finland focuses on serving the needs of the bio-industry by providing a framework for product testing. The company also offers training for businesses and research opportunities for universities at its pilot and training centre in municipality Lemi, next to the city of Lappeenranta.

Fiber-x operates through our three business units which complement each other. They operate with global partners and a trustworthy supplier network. The services cover from material and technology development to industrial piloting and scale up, process engineering and implementation.

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City of Lappeenranta

Lappeenranta is an international university and tourist town on the southeast border of Finland. Development in the area is steered by eco-friendly values and actions. Lappeenranta is a pioneer city in renewable energy and clean environments. We are the climate capital of Finland. Lappeenranta is the winner of the European Green Leaf Award for 2021. The City of Lappeenranta is selected as one of the 100 Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities to participate in the European Union's mission. The choice by the European Commission strengthens Lappeenranta’s position as one of the pioneering European climate cities. Cities selected for the Mission "100 Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities" commit to achieving carbon neutrality in 2030.

Digiotouch - sustainability meets deep-tech.

Digiotouch is a fast-growing deep-tech startup from Estonia and a partner in the EU-funded Threading-CO2 project. Digiotouch's GenAI-powered EdTech Platform, Digiotouch Academy empowers content creators and learners in a transformed and trustworthy AI-powered world. The EdTech platform enables content creation for reskilling, upskilling, and employee onboarding through GenAI, manages the content and its distribution channel on behalf of the creators and reimagines the learning experience. 

Registration Form

LUT University - Land of the Curious

Clean energy, water, and air are life-giving resources for which we at LUT University seek new solutions with our technology, business, and social sciences expertise. We help society and businesses in their sustainable renewal. Our international community consists of over 9,000 members. Our campuses are in Lappeenranta and Lahti, Finland. We are one of the top universities in the world for climate action.

The Threading-CO2 project addresses the call topic HORIZON-CL4-2022-TWIN-TRANSITION-01-11: Valorisation of CO/CO2 streams into added-value products of market interest (Processes4Planet Partnership), and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 101092257.

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