このコロキウム環境は、JST未来社会創造事業 （探索加速型）顕在化する社会課題の解決領域、持続可能な環境・自然資本を実現し活用する新たな循環社会システムの構築 「鉱物資源のサプライチェーンリスク最小化に向けたリソースロジスティクス解析システムの構築（JPMJMI21I5）」並びに資源戦略研究センターとの共催によるシンポジウムです。 皆様のご参加をお待ちしております。
Circular Economy and Business Models in Greening the Manufacturing Industry via IoT/AI/Big Data
- 本館 4F 講義室4
- Circular Economy and Business Models in Greening the Manufacturing Industry via IoT/AI/Big Data
- The Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Big Data can play a significant role in promoting circular business models and a circular economy in agriculture and metal manufacturing industries. The seminar aims to explore the use of IoT, AI, and Big Data to contribute to the sustainable use of resources, reduce carbon emissions, and promote a more circular economy.
- Dr. Anthony Halog
Lecturer, the University of Queensland, Australia
Visiting professor, Waseda University, Japan
Dr. Anthony Halog
Anthony Halog is currently a Visiting Professor at Waseda Institute for Advanced Study and a faculty member of the University of Queensland, Australia. His knowledge spans a substantial number of subjects, drawing on complex bodies of knowledge to address sustainability challenges. He finished his Ph.D. in Industrial Environmental Economics at the French-German Institute of Environmental Research of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, and participated in the United Nations University (Japan) course in Environment and Sustainable Development. He was a recipient of the Japan Society of the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowships and had been a Visiting Professor/Scholar at the University of Tokyo, the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), and other key leading research institutions in Japan. He had been awarded twice an Organisation for Economic Cooperation Development (OECD) Fellowships to conduct research projects in agri-food systems in Finland and the UK. He was also a recipient of the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Fellowship at the National Research Council of Canada and the USA’s Department of Energy/National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Faculty Fellowship. His current research focuses on the sustainability of human-nature complexity through understanding the nexus of material and energy systems.