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3M - Sustainable Solutions for Smart Cities workshop in Brussels - 26th June 2013


Brussels - 26th June 2013

Sustainable Solutions for Smart Cities

Our Moderator:

  • Sonja van Renssen, Freelance Energy and Environment Journalist

Keynote speakers

  • Henri Malosse, President European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)
  • Inge Thulin, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, 3M

Workshop 1: Smart Grid

  • Dr Andreas Breuer, Vice President New Technologies & Projects, RWE AG
  • Maher Chebbo, Vice President, SAP, EMEA Energy & Services Industries, and Chairman of ETP Smart Grids Demand group
  • Andrea Strachinescu-Olteanu, Head of Unit, New Energy Technologies, DG Energy, EU Commission
  • Dr James Taplin, Principal Sustainability Advisor, Forum for the Future
  • Paul Wienen, Business Development Manager, Smart Grid & Related Markets, 3M

Workshop 2: Mobility/Transportation

  • Cedric Bolloré, Chairman and Vice President of Operations, Bolloré Group
  • Dr Michael Hajesch, BMW
  • Sylvain Haon, Secretary General, Polis Network
  • Makoto Ishii, Vice President, Automotive Systems, 3M
  • Egbert Lox, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Umicore
  • Henriette Van Eijl, DG MOVE, EU Commission

Workshop 3: Health Care/Quality of Life

  • Jorge Pinto Antunes, DG Sanco, European Commission
  • Dr Thilo Koepfer, Vice President, Health Information Systems, 3M
  • Professor Olle Ljungqvist, Professor of Surgery, Orebro University Hospital, Sweden, and President of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Society
  • Loy Lobo, Director of Strategy & Innovation, BT Health
  • Professor Thomas Mansky, Technische Universitat Berlin
  • Professor Dominique Vandijck, Professor Patient Safety & Health Economics, Hasselt & Ghent Universities