Polymer23 is the international conference that takes circular economy to solution mode! The conference aims to inspire and bring companies together for joint efforts in all parts of the polymer value chain - from design and material selection to production, sorting, and recycling.
If you're a specialist or manager in charge of R&D, CSR, or innovation, Polymer23 is relevant to you. The conference will bring tangible solutions viewed from both a technical and business perspective into focus.
Polymer23 takes place on 1 November 2023 at Danish Technological Institute, Kongsvang Allé 29 in Aarhus, Denmark - Building 1, The Conference Room
This year, we are proud to present new findings and innovative solutions as well as how these are implemented in global enterprises like Novo Nordisk, and Grundfos.
View the conference program at the bottom of the page.
Polymer23 takes place on 1 November 2023 at Danish Technological Institute in Aarhus, Denmark.
The conference starts at 10:00 a.m.
Between 09:30 and 10:00 there will be check-in, breakfast and networking
Lars Haahr Jepsen is Project Director at Danish Technological Institute. Since joining Danish Technological Institute in 2016, Lars Haahr Jepsen has played a key role in developing strong partnerships and cross industry collaborations by creating and driving strategic innovation projects. By virtue of his role as Project Director, Lars too has great knowledge of current industry trends and developments within the circular economy, plastics, and textiles.
Helle Svendsen is Director at Danish Technological Institute. Helle Svendsen is known as an inspiring and visionary leader and has demonstrated excellent leadership in her last 9 years at Danish Technological Institute. With extensive experience in change management, cross-sector innovation, and the positive impact of green transition on business bottom line figures, she easily navigates complex business landscapes and has led several successful transformations.
Simon Frølich is Technology Director at Danish Technological Institute. With a wealth of knowledge of materials, technology development and tech-transfer across industries, Simon is an unparalleled expert in the field of sustainable technologies. As an example, Simon has headed the development of new technologies to disassemble and recycle wind turbine blades in the CETEC-project, leading to new patents and a publication in the prestigious scientific journal, Nature.
Jacob Arnbjerg is Lead Sustainable Materials Specialist at Grundfos. With an in-depth material understanding, great business acumen and a solid background in engineering plastics, Jacob Arnbjerg has become a recognized authority in advancing sustainability and circularity within GRUNDFOS’ material portfolio. For the last two years he has worked at GRUNDFOS as Lead Sustainable Materials Specialist.
Martin Jensen, CTO & Founder, Pond Global. Martin has been one of the creators of Pond's bio-based and innovative solutions. Pond has revolutionized the use of plastics in manufacturing – turning plants into strong, durable resins and engineered bio composites that can be biodegraded, composted, and repurposed. In 2022 Pond partnered with adidas in their strive to substitute fossil-based plastics materials with plant-based raw materials in the footwear and apparel industry.
Jacob Moberg Sandager is an advanced Circular Plastics Engineer working in Device Manufacturing and Development within Plastic Processing at Novo Nordisk. In his everyday life he is applying his technical expertise to challenge the current status quo on incorporating recycled materials in medical devices. He has been recognized for Novo Nordisk’s Circular for Zero award for introducing closed loop recycling in Novo Nordisk’s Medical Device production.
Iranga Perera is a Circular Plastics Engineer working in Device Manufacturing and Development within Plastic Processing at Novo Nordisk. Her expertise is investigating and challenging the technical feasibility of recycling post-consumer and post-industrial medical grade polymers to close the circular loop within Novo Nordisk devices.
Anne Stenbæk is Senior Manager at Novozymes. The last ten years, Anne Stenbæk has worked with enzyme development projects in collaboration with partners for several different industries under the Novozymes’ Agricultural and Industrial Biosolutions division. She is currently the technical lead for Novozymes’ activities within sustainable plastics, responsible for enzyme development projects and technical collaborations with partners
Jeppe Mogensen manages the Design and Development department at Gabriel – leading the company’s cross-disciplinary design and development team. He has been part of developing Gabriel Loop and several other of Gabriel’s new products.
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