Information for Authors

Call for Contributions


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Important Dates for Authors

  • Call for Contributions: September 28, 2023
  • Abstract submission deadline for papers and posters: November 26, 2023
  • Notification of authors: January 16, 2024
  • Publication of preliminary program: March 7, 2024
  • Full paper and registration deadline for authors: April 5, 2024
  • Conference: June 18 – 20, 2024

Instructions for Authors

Please only use the conference website (conftool) to submit your abstract. Virtual presetations are possible, though limited to 10% of total presentations

The activation of the submissoin system will take place in October, we will inform about this separately via the conference newsletter and LinkedIn group. Submission of an abstract until November 26, 2023

To stay up to date you can signup for our conference newsletter or the conference LinkedIn group.

Publication policy

  • Contributions distributed online before and during the conference
  • All submissions under non-exclusive copyright
  • Presentation types are oral or poster presentation
  • Accessible material for conference participants: full paper of 5-8 pages for oral presentation and a public abstract for poster presentation - upload of slides or poster are mandatory both

General information

  • Conference venue: The conference will be held in a hotel in the heart of Berlin
  • Registration: Register online from March 2024. The reduced registration fee for speakers will be 950 €, incl. all lunches, daytime refreshments, evening event and Wifi Access
  • Language: the official language for all presentations is english

List of Topics

Environmental effects of mature, as well as emerging technologies and materials

  • Green ICT and Green by ICT
  • Environmental Assessment from Lab-to-Fab
  • Automated Sustainability Assessments in the Development Process
  • Products and Applications: ICT, Consumer Electronics and Network Equipment
  • Technologies for AI, IoT, Wearables & Electromobility
  • Ubiquitous Electronics
  • Technologies for Quantum Computing
  • Technologies for Clean Room Processe
  • Process Chemicals: Reuse and Recycling
  • Technologies for Plastic Recycling for the Electronics Industry
  • Innovative Materials, Components and Processes in the Electronics Industry


Life Cycle Assessment (data) of specific electronic components

  • Critical View on Existing LCA Data: Identification of Data Gaps
  • Raw Wafer Manufacturing Data - State of the Art
  • Existing and Evolving ICs (CMOS) - Data Sets According to Technology Nodes
  • Components Based on GaN, SiC and GaAs
  • Existing and Evolving Memory Technologies (DRAM, NAND)
  • Existing and Evolving Display Technologies (LED, OLED, etc.)
  • Multilayer, High-density and Flexible PCBs
  • Advanced Connectors (Optical Tranceivers, etc.)
  • Passive Components (Electrolyte Capacitors, Large Power Transformers, etc.)


LCA data management along the supply chain

  • Primary Data from Cradle to Gate - Data Handling Along the Supply Chains
  • Circular Data - Information for the Circular Economy
  • Digitalisation of the Electronics Supply Chain: Decreasing Risks, Increasing Transparency
  • Digitalisation and Machine Learning for Environmental Assessment Data: Methods, Demands and Challenges
  • Technologies for Data Exchange: Passports, Twins & Co.
  • LCA (data) as Part of the DPP
  • Scope 3: Target Setting and Emissions Reduction
  • Environmental Assessment Data Beyond CO2 (Water, Toxicity, Raw Material Criticality, etc.)


Fair, clean and conflict-free electronics

  • Definitions and Requirements of Fair Electronics
  • Standards to Ensure Conflict-Free Sourcing
  • Social Conditions in the Electronics Industry
  • Sustainable Business Models for Electronic Products and ICT Services
  • Green Claims: Best Practices
  • Roadmaps and Policies (RoHS, WEEE, REACH, ESPR, etc.)
  • E-Waste: Transboundary Shipment and Recycling
  • Critical Materials: Restrictions, Reduction, Elimination, Substitution (i.e. PFAS)


Circular Economy Strategies

  • Approaches for a Circular Society
  • Circular Design - How to Set Priorities and Develop Design Strategies
  • Circular Economy and Secondary Raw Material Data
  • Circular Approaches for Electronics in Industrial Applications
  • Life-Time Extension & Value Retention Loops: Rethink, Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repair and Recycle
  • Approaches to Board Level Repair and Component Reuse
  • Recycled Materials for Electronic Components in the Circular Economy
  • Managing Reliability, Obsolescence and Counterfeit Components

Some more topics will be available in the submission system.

We invite presentations on new methods, tools and industry case studies on all of the above topics. Please contact us, if you would like to submit for related topics, which are not covered.


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