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Green Transition of Cement and Concrete Production in Denmark

Tid og sted
Entrance 1, The Conference Hall
Danish Technological Institute
Gregersensvej 1
2630 Taastrup


09.00 Registration and coffee

09.30 Welcome
By Jesper Sand Damtoft, Director, R&D, Quality and Technical Sales Support Cementir Holding S.p.A.

09.40 KEY NOTE
Eco-efficient cements: Potential economically viable solutions for a low CO2 Cement Based Materials Industry
By Karen Scrivener, Professor and Head of Laboratory of Construction Materials, Ecole Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne, EPDL

10.10 KEY NOTE
Performance based specifications for concrete - an approach to design climate friendly concrete structures?
By Christoph Müller, Managing Director and Head of Concrete Technology, Verein Deutche Zementwerke, VDZ

10.40 Coffee break and exhibition

Presentation of the Green Concrete project and introduction to the new cement types developed
By Jesper Sand Damtoft, Director, R&D, Quality and Technical Sales Support Cementir Holding S.p.A.

What have we learned from the Green Concrete demonstration bridges? - and what will be the Owners future requirements to climate friendly concrete structures?
By Jens J. Holmboe, CEO Danish Road Directorate

12.00 KEY NOTE
We need innovative solutions to meet the climate challenge
By Lars Christian Lilleholt, Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate

Performance based design of green concrete constructions. A new design approach relevant for new binder systems
By Claus Nielsen, Product Manager at the Danish Technological Institute

12.40 Lunch

How does green concrete account in the certification scheme for sustaninable buildings DGNB?
By Andreas Qvist Secher, Rambøll Denmark A/S, Team Manager, Senior Sustainability Consultant

Production and execution of green concrete - experiences from the Green Concrete project.
By Ib Jensen, Technology- and Quality Manager of Unicon A/S and Jørgen Schou, Product Manager, Unicon A/S

Long term durability of concrete structures designed with new binder systems and new types of cement
By Alexander Michel, Assistant Professor at The Technical University of Denmark, DTU Byg

Field exposure of "green concrete" in Denmark and presentation of the four demonstration projects - 3 bridges and 1 in-door structure
By Lars Nyholm Thrane, Team Manager at the Danish Technological Institute

14.55 Coffee break. network and green concrete exhibition

15.30 KEY NOTE
Research & innovation as a path to a sustainable future
By Peter Høngaard, President of the Innovation Fund Denmark

15.50 KEY NOTE
International roadmaps for reduction of CO2 from cement and concrete
v/Claude Lorea, Cement Director, Global Cement and Concrete Association

16.20 Discussion in plenum and summing up the conference
By moderators and Jesper Sand Damtoft

17.00 Reception

The project "Green Transition of Cement and Concrete Production in Denmark - 2014-2019" has created internationally remarkable results and now where the project is close to an end, the project partners are inviting to a closing conference of the project. The main results from the project will be summarised, presented and discussed.

In addition to presentation of the main project results, the conference is bringing in several international speakers giving their view on the challenges the international cement and concrete industry is facing.

The combination of project related presentations and international key notes will hopefully contribute to good discussions and views on the project in a global perspective.

The conference is organized in collaboration with the Danish Technological Institute and InnoBYG.

Thomas Uhd, Director of the Danish Concrete Association
Christian Munch-Petersen, Head of Danish National Standardisation Committee for Concrete Technology S-328 and partner at Emcon a/s
Dorthe Mathiesen, Director of the Concrete Centre at the Danish Technological Institute.

Practical information
Thursday 28th of February 2019, 9.00-17.00. 
Registration and coffee from 9.00-9.30.

Danish Technological Institute, Gregersensvej 1, DK-2630 Taastrup, Entrance 1, The Conference Hall

Maximum attendees:
150 persons

650 DKK / person

If you decline participation later than 25th of February, you will have to pay the conference fee. You can send a substitute if you wish.