Advisory group

The Scientific Advisory Board is an technical advisory board and gives relevant advices and input to the General Assembly and validates the scientific priorities determined by the consortium within the vehicle life cycle improvement.

The Associated Region Group gives relevant advices to the General Assembly and ensures wide diffusion of the project results in addition to the dissemination activities forseen in the project.

The Industrial Expert Group, also an advisory body, gives advices to the consortium for research needs to boost technological innovation covering entire life cycle of vehicle in this field. It will bring an added value on the analysis of industry and technological needs.

 

Catherine Lenaerts

Febelauto

 

Lies Verlinden

OVAM - Public Waste Agency of Flanders

Catherine Bellancourt

DGCIS - Ministry of Economy, Finance & Industry

 

Nadia Bahlouli

Université de Strasbourg - Institute of fluid and solid mechanics

 

Sophie Dusquennes

Université de Lille

 

Sophie Richet

PSA Peugeot Citroën

Herbert Ampferer

Porsche AG

 

Dr. Manfred Harant

Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health

 

Markus Decker

Ministry of Finance and Economics Baden-Württemberg

 

Niels Warburg

PE INTERNATIONAL AG

 

Prof. Dr. Rudolf Stauber

Fraunhofer Project Group for Materials Recycling and Resource Strategies IWKS

 

Ulrich Mentzner

Adam Opel AG

 

Wolfgang Hang

BMW Group

Federico Galliano

GME PWT

 

Mariachiara Zanetti

Politecnico Torino

 

Salvatore Di Carlo

FIAT Group Automobiles

Dr. Ir. Antoinette van Schaik

MARAS - Material Recycling and Sustainability

 

Henk Jan Nix

Stiba / Egara

 

Wijnand De Geus

Dutch national importers organisation RAI

Dr. Erika Glasencnik

Minestry for Economic development and Technology

 

Marjan Krosl

Talum Livarna

 

Dr. Matjaz Torkar

Institute of Metals and Technology

FP7 - seventh framework programme
European Union
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme FP7 under grant agreement n° 285811.