The CNRS Institute of Engineering Sciences and Systems (INSIS) has organized on 8 & 9 July 2019, at the headquarters of the CNRS, the seminar “Sustainable development Objective – Engineering goes green”.
On this occasion, Vincent Placet from the University of Franche-Comté, has presented SSUCHY project through his conference “When bio-based composite materials invite themselves in structural applications”.
INSIS has made green engineering its priority theme in 2018 and 2019. This symposium has been an opportunity to present the current state and prospects of research in these burgeoning fields. It brought together the scientific community and was open to an interested but non-expert public.
The concepts discussed at this symposium responded to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) initiated by the United Nations.
From this theme year follows a book published at CNRS Editions, in which SSUCHY project is quoted.
Title: Invent the future – Engineering goes green (Original title: Inventer l’avenir – L’ingénierie se met au vert)
Release date printed version: August 22, 2019
Price: € 22
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