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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 18/Sep/2019
PhD Workshop Registration
Location: Room C Harvard
PhD: PhD Workshop
Location: Room C Harvard
Conference Registration
Plenary 1: Opening + Keynote
Location: Room A Cambridge
"Lifetimes of Conflict" by Prof. Otto von Busch
2:30pm Track A: Consumer Practices and Perspectives
Location: Room A Cambridge

Track B: Living Labs and Communities of Repair
Location: Room B Oxford
Track C: Specific Application Fields
Location: Room C Harvard
Track D: Assessments Relating to Product Lifetime
Location: Room D Stanford

Track E: Business models and PSS
Location: Room E Princeton

Session A.1: Repair Practices and User Perspectives
Chair: Melanie Jaeger-Erben, Technische Universität Berlin

Economic consequences of consumer repair strategies for electrical household devices

Jan Brusselaers1, Ellen Bracquené2, Jef Peeters2, Yoko Dams1

1: VITO, Belgium; 2: KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

Investigating user perspectives related to product repair towards a circular economy

Nazlı Özkan1,2

1: Royal College of Art, London, United Kingdom; 2: Linköping Universtiy, Sweden

What businesses might benefit from product repair? Insight from different stakeholders

Tung Dao, Tim Cooper, Matthew Watkins

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Session B.1: Living Labs and Open Spaces
Chair: Sabine Hielscher, University of Sussex

Living labs to develop reuse and repair workshops in territories

Benjamin Tyl, Romain Allais

APESA, Tarnos, France

Turning utopias into material: the case of an open space for experimentation in Helsinki

Philip Hector, Mikko Jalas

Aalto University, Finland

Living labs for product circularity: learnings from the ‘innovation network aiming at sustainable smartphones’

Ferdinand Revellio1,2, Erik G. Hansen2,1, Stefan Schaltegger1

1: Centre for Sustainability Management, Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Lüneburg, Germany; 2: Institute for Integrated Quality Design, Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria

Session C.1: The Lifetime of Textiles I
Chair: Kirsi Niinimäki, Aalto University

From speed to volume: reframing clothing production and consumption for an environmentally sound apparel sector

Irene Maldini

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

A performance and consumer based lifespan evaluation for T-shirt eco-design

Romain Benkirane, Sébastien Thomassey, Ludovic Koehl, Anne Perwuelz

ENSAIT, GEMTEX – Laboratoire de Génie et Matériaux Textiles, Lille, France

Electronic textiles and product lifetimes: tear downs

Rachael Wickenden, Angharad Mclaren, Dorothy Hardy

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Session D.1: Assessment Questions Exemplified by EEE Cases I
Chair: Conny Bakker, TU Delft

Quantifying the circular economy potential of prolonging lifetime in energy using products: the washing machine case

Gianmarco Bressanelli, Marco Perona, Nicola Saccani

University of Brescia, Brescia, Italy

Laptop use patterns research on product lifetime and obsolescence aspects

Joerg Woidasky, Esra Cetinkaya

Hochschule Pforzheim, Pforzheim, Germany

Environmental impacts of smart bulbs: a discussion paper reviewing the current issues and research.

Sinclair Park, Miles Park, Mariano Ramirez

University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Session E.1: Data Intelligence in Business Model and Product Design
Chair: Ruud Balkenende, TU Delft

Data-driven decision making instruments to support circular product design

Anna Diaz Tena1, Joseph-Peter Schöggl1, Tatiana Reyes2, Rupert Baumgartner1

1: University of Graz, Graz, Austria; 2: Université de Technologie de Troyes, Troyes, France

Smart products as enabler for circular business models: the case of B2B textile washing services

Andres Alcayaga, Erik G. Hansen

Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU), Linz, Austria

The use of system dynamics to verify long-term behaviour and impacts of circular business models: a sharing platform in healthcare

Daniel Guzzo1,2, Ella Jamsin2, Ruud Balkenende2, Janaina Costa1

1: University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil; 2: TU Delft, Delft, The Netherlands

Coffee break
Session A.2: Sustainable Consumption and Lifetime Enhancing Practices I
Chair: Jan Schoormans, TU Delft

Green consumption, green divestment? Ethical consumers in the light of divestment practices

Ana G. Encino-Munoz1, Mark Sumner1, Pammi Sinha1, Bruce Carnie2

1: University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; 2: University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, United Kingdom

Spark joy and slow acquisition: the KonMari method and its impact on moments of consumption

Lucy Chamberlin1, Åsa Callmer2

1: NTNU, Trondheim, Norway; 2: KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

Consumer’s perceptions toward longer product use and their influence on product lifespan

Haruhisa Yamamoto, Shinsuke Murakami

The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

Objects, things and stuff; exploring the awareness of materiality in longer everyday product relationships

Clare R. Green1,2

1: École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris, France; 2: ISD Rubika, Valenciennes, France

Session B.2: Cultures and Communities of Repair
Chair: Ruth Mugge, TU Delft

Resisting obsolescence? The role of a 'culture of repair' for product longevity

Sabine Hielscher, Melanie Jaeger-Erben, Magdalena Meißner

Zentrum Technik und Gesellschaft, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany

The community of transformative repair

Guy Keulemans1, Niklavs Rubenis2

1: University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; 2: School of Art & Design, ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, Acton, Australia

Drivers, barriers, and stakeholder roles in repair: a case study of Southern Sweden

Jessika Richter, Carl Dalhammar

IIIEE, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

The REFER project – engaging with the general public on critical raw materials through the medium of electronic repair workshops

Michael Johnson1, Colin Fitzpatrick1, Jessika Luth Richter2, Jana Rückschloss4, Jef Peeters3, Milena Bigatto6, Janet Gunter5

1: University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland; 2: Lund University, Lund, Sweden; 3: University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; 4: Fraunhofer IZM, Berlin, Germany; 5: Restart Project, London, United Kingdom; 6: Hub Innovazione Trentino, Trento, Italy

Session C.2: The Lifetime of Textiles II
Chair: Kirsi Laitala, Oslo Metropolitan University

Deconstructing the clothing design process for a circular economy

Essi Karell, Kirsi Niinimäki

Aalto University, Finland

Positioning textile repair: viewing a culture of perfection through surface imperfections

Yolanta Gale, Debra Lilley, Garrath Wilson

Loughborough University, Loughborough, United Kingdom

Using an emotionally durable design approach to develop knitted prototypes for women living with Raynaud’s syndrome

Lisa Shawgi, Katherine Townsend, Dorothy A. Hardy

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Everything that went wrong: challenges and opportunities in prototyping long-life garments in a circular economy

Rebecca Earley, Laetitia Forst

University of the Arts London, London, United Kingdom

Session D.2: Assessing the Impact of Repair and Repairability
Chair: Deborah Xaviera Sumter, TU Delft

Smartphone reparability scoring: assessing the self-repair potential of mobile ICT devices

Bas Flipsen1,2, Matthias Huisken1, Thomas Opsomer1, Maarten Depypere1

1: iFixit GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany; 2: TU Delft, Delft, The Netherlands

Repair or replace? Is it worth repairing an old device from a consumer perspective?

Peter Schick, Michael Morys, Axel Neisser, Gunnar Schwan

Stiftung Warentest, Berlin, Germany

Sustainability assessment of product lifetime extension through increased repair and reuse

Ellen Bracquené, Wim Dewulf, Joost Duflou

KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

A systematic method to qualify the repairability of technical products

Franz Streibl

Runder Tisch Reparatur, Stuttgart, Germany

Session E.2: Circular Business Model Dynamics
Chair: Erik G. Hansen, Johannes Kepler University Linz

Developing hybrid business models in the reuse and repair sector: a case study

Benjamin Tyl, Cyril Baldachino

APESA, Tarnos, France

Exploring organizational dynamics towards circular-sufficiency-based value creation systems

Florian Hofmann

Fraunhofer IZM, Berlin, Germany

Circularity in business: a framework for assessing the circularity potential of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and its relation to product lifetime extension

Natalia Agathou, Andri Constandinou

London Waste and Recycling Board, London, United Kingdom

Diffusion of access-based product-service systems: adoption barriers and how they are addressed in practice

Vivian S. C. Tunn1, Nancy M. P. Bocken1,2,3, Ellis A. van den Hende1, Jan P. L. Schoormans1

1: Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft, Delft, The Netherlands; 2: IIIEE, Lund University, Lund, Sweden; 3: School of Business and Management, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland

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