CE-COSP: Circular Economy and Raw Material Competence for Sustainable Production

Objective Based on a need for raw material solutions for a sustainable European mobility industry, PhD students are trained in the CE COSP course. As future experts in manufacturing and material science they develop a circular perspective, innovation competence and an entrepreneurial mindset focussing on the recyclability of new materials. The course combines blended learning […]

Read more ›

CEDF: Circular Economy Design Forum

Objective This programme improves and updates the Master course European Mining, Mineral and Environmental Program (EMMEP), specifically with regards to its entrepreneurial content and focus on sustainability. The objective is to renew the currently offered EMMEP program in order to train skilled engineers in the field of mining, minerals processing and circular economy for the […]

Read more ›

CEESIMP: Doctoral course for Circular Economy Entrepreneurship in System Integrated Metals Processing (SIMP)

Objective CEESIMP establishes a doctoral course for Circular Economy Entrepreneurship in System Integrated Metals Processing (SIMP). CEE-SIMP, a course supported by EIT RawMaterials, is aimed at Doctoral candidates interested in: Circular Economy of Raw Materials Sustainable Metals Production Entrepreneurial skills Identification of value-generating technological ideas in collaboration with industrial companies 6 ECTS credits The solution (technology) […]

Read more ›

CEMOOC: Circular Economy MOOC: Rationales, Policies and Business Cases for Closing Material Loops in the EU

Objective The main impact and added value from CE_MOOC is to deliver experience sharing and knowledge to broad EIT RawMaterials audiences, which result in increased societal awareness of raw materials, their importance to our modern economies, and the relevance of KIC activities to broader socio-political stakeholders. The solution (technology) Service delivered by the MOOC strategy […]

Read more ›

Circu-MAT: Circular City & Industry park MATerials Metabolism Learning Package & Assessment Tool

Objective The project develops a sophisticated blended learning toolbox allowing actors at the level of cities, city regions & industrial parks to assess in a simple way how a closed-loop materials metabolism can be created at local scale, and assess the environmental and economic benefits of local and regional circularity options. It supports the possible […]

Read more ›

CIRRUS: Circular Residue Usage in the Metallurgical Industry

Objective The proposed structured life-long education, focusing on the use of secondary resources in metallurgical processes as well as providing the latest knowledge to the participants so far not available will directly result in several advantages for the field. The solution (technology) This course will result in increased cooperation between industry institute and academy as […]

Read more ›

CLLEFE: Concept for Life Long Education for Foundry Employees

Objective Access to well-educated personnel is commonly seen as the biggest future challenge for the European foundry industry in order to maintain and develop its global competitiveness. The demand for individual education programmes and new concepts for flexible learning, preferably based on short modules, validation and e-learning, therefore increases. CLLEFE II has the ambition to […]

Read more ›

CRITICALC : CRITICALity Lifelong Learning Course

Objective: We develop a modular teaching programme on managing supply chain risks related to critical materials for business representatives/SMEs, MSc and PhD level students, supported by a web-based ‘criticality scanner’ based on an existing Dutch tool. The programme will be tested with over 250 students. The solution (technology): Assessing the criticality of materials as input […]

Read more ›

CRM-ELV: Briding ELV and WEEE Treatment for the Recovery of Critical Metals

Objective: More and more vehicles are using CRM for increasingly technical components. Included materials are not recovered on a large scale because the ELV sector often lacks knowledge on which components to dismantle and how. CRM-ELV combines ELV and WEEE recycling knowledge to provide material for 5 vocational training courses for ELV recyclers. Outcomes will […]

Read more ›

CycleSME: Digitally Enhanced Circular Economy Approaches for SMEs

Objective: Industrial waste streams of SMEs have to be treated more effectively to close material cycles. Currently, amounts generated are too low to allow for separate collection and treatment. Industry 4.0 applications are a key enabler but SMEs lack access to relevant knowledge. The project will design lifelong learning based on an analysis of industry […]

Read more ›