HARMLESS webinar on Safe-and-Sustainable-by-Design (SSbD) for consultancy companies, SME and large industry: Demonstration of the user-friendly HARMLESS Decision Support System (DSS) with an advanced material as a case study
In May 2023, HARMLESS organised a workshop on Safe-and-Sustainable-by-Design (SSbD): Advanced Materials in Product Development for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), where SME and consultancy companies were introduced to the HARMLESS approach to Safe and Sustainable Innovation in the context of Advanced Materials. A summary of this workshop can be found here (workshop materials available under DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7974563).
HARMLESS now has the pleasure of organising a second SSbD webinar targeted primarily to consultancy companies working in the SSbD field, but also to SMEs and large industry stakeholders in product development, to demonstrate the use of the user-friendly HARMLESS decision support system (DSS) with a case study on perovskites for automotive catalysis. This workshop will take place online on 25th April 2024.
This second webinar is entitled “HARMLESS webinar on Safe-and-Sustainable-by-Design (SSbD) for consultancy companies, SME and large industry: Demonstration of the user-friendly HARMLESS Decision Support System (DSS) with an advanced material as a case study”. It will provide an overview of the stage-gate HARMLESS approach to SSbD of advanced materials in product development followed by an introduction to the user-friendly DSS for application of this SSbD approach. After a short presentation on perovskite for automotive catalysis, we will dive into a demonstration of the DSS for this case study. Towards the end of the webinar we will provide the opportunity to analyse if the HARMLESS DSS can also be applied to the participants’ materials.
Who should attend?
The workshop is primarily intended for consultancy companies working in the SSbD field for advanced (nano)materials, SMEs and large industry developing products containing advanced (nano)materials, but open to other interested parties wishing to get more insight into the HARMLESS DSS.
Participants will get answers to the following questions:
- What is SSbD? Which benefits would I have by implementing it?
- In which phase of my processes should I implement SSbD?
- What is the HARMLESS DSS?
- Why do I need it?
- Where and how can I apply it?
- Can I use it for my materials?
- … and many more
Interested in self-testing our DSS with an open access licence? We are still looking for interested parties to test and improve our DSS.
Attendance is free upon prior registration. Please register by 23rd April 2024.