Electronics Goes Green 2012+

Welcome to the web portal of the joint international congress and exhibition “Electronics Goes Green 2012+”. Organized by Fraunhofer IZM and Technical University Berlin, the event is a cutting-edge forum for discussion on electronics and the environment. Leading technology experts and eco-designers will meet for four days of lectures, workshops and networking on this ever more important topic.
 
Under the slogan, “Taking Green to the Next Level”, the program will feature exciting new approaches in green IT, life-cycle engineering, new technologies and all the latest issues in legislation and regulation, corporate social responsibility and managing critical resources and sustainability. The congress will include an exhibition of best practice products, where participants can get a hands-on look at all the latest in green technology and have a chance to meet with the developers and manufacturers of tomorrow’s technology today.
 
The event will build on the success of the last three “Electronics Goes Green” Conferences in 2000, 2004 and 2008, which were all attended by over 500 participants. Particularly exciting was the international character of the event –participants from over 35 different countries registered for the last conference. We plan to seize this opportunity at Electronics Goes Green 2012 by including a special forum for scientific and educational exchange with emerging economies.
 
Join hundreds of participants from industry, academia, NGOs and politics in Berlin, Germany, from September 9 to 12, 2012 for the premier conference on the intersection between electronics and the environment. Bookmark this website to stay up-to-date as the program and organizational details are finalized. We’ll also be posting public material from the key note presentations, other presentation material and updating the conference statistics on a regular basis.

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