The Belgian Institute for Sustainable IT invited you to an online day full of talks around sustainability and Sustainable IT with formidable speakers !!🌍💻🍃
Click here to access the replay of all conferences or select any topic below.
Aurore Stephant, Ingénieure géologue minier chez SystExt – “Transition numérique : Promesses de dématérialisation et matérialité minérale”
Gerry McGovern, Author of “World Wide Waste” – the explosion of Data has an immense environmental impact. Why? How to reduce it?
Simon Uyttendaele, Director at Aeonics on “Eco-design under the hood” – feedback based on real-life experience, technical choices vs. inclusion / accessibility, eco-design as basis of business model for a company
Jean Deydier, Founder of WeTechCare on “Inclusivity and accessibility in a digital world”
Tanguy Detroz, Deputy CEO at Metron on “IT for Green” – technical solutions (incl. AI) to minimise the environmental footprint of organisations
Panel discussion – “How to initiate and implement a Sustainable IT strategy in a large organisation“ with Carole Davies-Filleur, Sustainability & Technology lead at Accenture, Patrick Devis, CIO at Belfius and Hervé Dumas, Sustainable IT Director at L’Oréal
Geoffroy Van Humbeeck, CEO at aSmartWorld on CSR and IT – How to integrate Sustainable IT in a CSR strategy to promote circularity, local jobs and inclusion
Joke Dufourmont, Programme Developer Circular Cities at AMS Institute on Circularity – More than words, a new model of economy
Check the biographies of our speakers and more details about their respective talks – download our comprehensive program in PDF here
A week full of conferences!
By registering to our event, you also got access to the broadcasting of the “SICT – Sustainable IT Doctoral School” of UCLouvain, in partnership with KULeuven and Université de Grenoble.
Tons of conferences were broadcasted on Monday 30/8, Tuesday 31/8, Wednesday 1/9 and a final one on Friday 3/9 morning! Click here to see the SICT2021 program
Note: workshops and the hackathon were not broadcasted, they were reserved for students and researchers present on-site.