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How Thermo-Calc Can Assist in Achieving Your Goals of a Reduced Climate Footprint

How Thermo-Calc Can Assist in Achieving Your Goals of a Reduced Climate Footprint

All forward-thinking companies today have high goals for reducing their climate footprint and for achieving sustainable production. There are several reasons for this, but the most important from a business perspective is that companies with ambitious sustainability goals, and that invest in making environmental improvements, are valued higher by the market. Companies that invest in improvement measures simply tend to be more profitable over time.

Calculation and simulation tools such as Thermo-Calc are important enablers for making these improvements. In this presentation, several examples will be given from different areas where Thermo-Calc has been used successfully to enable a reduced climate footprint.

Speaker: Anders Engström, CEO, Thermo-Calc Software

Topics will Include:

  • Developing new, better materials that enable higher efficiency
  • Developing more efficient manufacturing processes that result in less energy consumption or alternatively a higher yield
  • Enabling increased use of recycled materials
  • Developing and optimizing alternative processes

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Dr. Anders Engström
CEO
Thermo-Calc Software AB
Stockholm, Sweden

About the Speaker

Dr. Anders Engström is the Chief Executive Officer for Thermo-Calc Software AB, a position he has held for over ten years. He is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Thermo-Calc Software Inc. and Chairman of the Board of Directors for QuesTek Europe AB, a joint subsidiary of Thermo-Calc Software. Anders received his Doctorate in Materials Science and Engineering from KTH in 1996. During his time at KTH, he was involved in the early development of key aspects of the software. After graduation, he spent two years (1997-1998) with ABB Corporate Research in Switzerland and three years (1998-2001) working for Sandvik Hard Materials, Sweden. During this time, he gained a variety of specialized knowledge ranging from cemented carbides to Ni-base superalloys, before he officially joined Thermo-Calc Software in 2001. Anders is an expert in the CALPHAD (Computer Coupling of Phase Diagrams and Thermochemistry) methodology, which serves as the foundation of ICME (Integrated Computational Materials Engineering) and the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI).

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