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  1. Sassanelli C., Urbinati A., Rosa P., Chiaroni D., Terzi S. (2020) 'Addressing circular economy through design for X approaches: Asystematic literature review'. Computers in Industry, Vol. 120, N. 103245 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compind.2020.103245
  2. Rocca R., Fumagalli L., Rosa P. (2018) ‘Industry 4.0 solutions for boosting Circular Economy’. In proceedings of the CARE Innovation Conference 2018, pp. , Vienna (Austria)
  3. Rocca R., Rosa P., Sassanelli C., Fumagalli L., Terzi S. (2020) ‘Integrating Virtual Reality and Digital Twin in Circular Economy Practices: A Laboratory Application Case’. Sustainability, Vol. 12 (2286), pp. 1-27, doi:10.3390/su12062286
  4. Rosa P., Sassanelli C., Terzi S. (2018) ‘Circular Economy in action: uncovering the relation between Circular Business Models and their expected benefits’. In proceedings of the XXIII Summer School “Francesco Turco” – Industrial Systems Engineering, pp. 228-235, Palermo (Italy)
  5. Rosa P., Sassanelli C., Terzi S. (2018) ‘Circular Economy in action: uncovering the relation between Circular Business Models and their expected benefits’. In proceedings of the CARE Innovation Conference 2018, pp. , Vienna (Austria)
  6. Sassanelli C., Rosa P., Rocca R., Terzi S. (2019) ‘Circular Economy performance assessment methods: a systematic literature review’. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 229, pp. 440-453, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.05.019
  7. Rosa P., Sassanelli C., Terzi S. (2019) ‘Circular Business Models versus Circular Benefits: An Assessment in the Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipments Sector’. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 231, pp. 940-952, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.05.310
  8. Rosa P., Sassanelli C., Terzi S. (2019) ‘Towards Circular Business Models: A systematic literature review of classification frameworks and archetypes’. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 236, N. 117696, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.117696
  9. Rosa P., Sassanelli C., Rocca R., Terzi S. (2019) ‘A Review of Circularity Performance Assessment Methods’. In proceedings of the XXIV Summer School “Francesco Turco” – Industrial Systems Engineering, Brescia (Italy)
  10. Rosa P., Sassanelli C., Urbinati A., Chiaroni D., Terzi S. (2019) ‘Assessing relations between Circular Economy and Industry 4.0: a systematic literature review’. International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 58(6), pp. 1662-1687, https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2019.1680896
  11. This topic will be exploited to share some training materials on circular economy that we adopted during the FENIX project.
  12. This topic will be exploited to share with you conference and journal papers that we have already published during the FENIX project.
  13. Welcome to our discussion on the topic "Circular Economy" that I will moderate together with my colleagues from the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering of Politecnico di Milano - Italy. I would like to introduce myself and provide you with some background information on my organisation and activities within the FENIX project: Dr. Paolo Rosa Paolo is a Post-Doc researcher in the Manufacturing Group of Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering. He got his MSc in Management Engineering from Politecnico di Milano in 2009. He spent three years working as research assistant at Politecnico di Milano and ITIA-CNR in lifecycle simulation, manufacturing business models and end-of-life management areas. Currently, he carries out his research at Politecnico di Milano, by focusing on Product Lifecycle Management and Circular Economy. He has been (and he is still) involved in industrial, regional and European research projects and he won an H2020 project in 2018 (www.fenix-project.eu). He has been (and he is still) involved as teaching assistant in the Industrial Technologies course of Politecnico di Milano. He is co-author of 28 papers published in international journals and 15 papers presented at international conferences. He is co-guest editor of a Special Issue and member of the Editorial Board of the Sustainability journal published by MDPI. He was awarded for the best paper in August 2015 with the Elsevier Atlas Award. POLITECNICO DI MILANO (POLIMI) Politecnico di Milano (http://www.polimi.it/) is the most important technical university in Italy and one of the best in Europe, according to recent rankings. Since 1863, Politecnico di Milano has been active in several scientific and technical fields and will join the project through the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering (DIG, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Gestionale). This team groups almost 70 researchers, expert on several manufacturing areas (from Manufacturing Strategy, to Sustainable and Energy Efficient Manufacturing, from Human Centric Manufacturing, from Product and Service Development, to Product Lifecycle Management). This team has already coordinated more than 10 European projects in the last 12 years. In FENIX POLIMI serves as WP leader, task leader and dissemination & communication leader. We provide our expertise in management, economics and industrial engineering in specific topics considered by FENIX, as Circular Economy, WEEE management, business models and product-service systems.
  14. Dear all, I am happy to answer your questions that I (or one of my colleagues) have sufficient knowledge and look forward to a lively discussion and fruitful exchange of ideas. Best regards. Paolo Rosa
  15. Circular Business Models (CBMs) can be considered like the translation of circular economy principles within the company’s boundaries. Depending on the experts, CBMs (also named Circular Economy Business Models – CEBMs) can be classified under the wider umbrella of either Green Business Models (GBMs) and/or Sustainable Business Models (SBMs). A systematic literature review published by Journal of Cleaner Production (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.117696) evidenced as the attractiveness of CBMs increased during the last years, when international environmental protection organizations started in defining and promoting even more restrictive regulations.
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