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Challenges for Technology Innovation: An Agenda for the Future
Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Smart Manufacturing (S2M 2016), October 20-22, 2016, Lisbon, Portugal

ISBN 9781138713741
Published April 10, 2017 by CRC Press
474 Pages

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The world is undergoing a profound transformation, driven by radical technological changes and an accelerated globalisation process. A new culture of greater resource efficiency and disruptive innovation will require new technologies, processes and materials, fostering new knowledge, innovation, education and a digital society, bringing forward new business opportunities and novel solutions to major societal challenges.

Challenges for Technology Innovation: an Agenda for the Future is the result of the 1st International Conference on Sustainable Smart Manufacturing – S2M, held at the Faculty of Architecture in Lisbon, Portugal, on October 20-22, 2016. It contains innovative contributions in the field of Sustainable Smart Manufacturing and related topics, making a significant contribution to further development of these fields. This volume covers a wide range of topics including Design and Digital Manufacturing, Design Education, Eco Design and Innovation, Future Cities, Medicine 4.0, Smart Manufacturing, Sustainable Business Models, Sustainable Construction, Sustainable Design and Technology and Sustainable Recycling.

Table of Contents

Sustainable design and technology innovation

Energy efficiency in residential buildings in Tehran: A case study
Sh. Broumandi, P. Zarrabi & H. Bártolo

Legislative developments in Portugal of the concept of NZEB’s
C. Duarte & A. Morais

The concept of NZEB’s
A. Morais & C. Duarte

Alqueva experience
H. Amador & C. Alho

Green construction methods of buildings capable for disassembly to support circular economy
S. Ortlepp, R. Masou & R. Ortlepp

What is innovation in architecture? The exhibition as a research tool
F. Roseta & S. Marçal

Lower-level communication line analysis of automated dispatch control systems of distributed facilities
A. Belousov, Y. Koshlich, A. Grebenik & I. Gvozdevskiy

Eco-design and eco-innovation

Practical and symbolic dimensions in newspaper design and sustainability
P.A. Matos

Development of a jewellery piece that functions as both neck brace and necklace
J. Matos, H. Almeida, R.M.T. Ascenso, C. Novo & M. Freire

Design and development of a medical product using 3D technologies: Scalp cooling cap design case study
E. Unver, C. Sorbie, R. Silkstone, M. Kagioglou, R. Paxman & P. Burke

Adaptation of liquid crystal textures. A contribution to textile design and to the sustainability of the traditional arraiolos tapestry industry
N. Monge, M. Areias & A.C. Ribeiro

Development of a sustainable toothbrush with the aid of additive manufacturing technologies
J. Matos, H. Almeida, R.M.T. Ascenso, C. Novo & M. Freire

Automotive coating industry: Sustainability challenges and smart innovations
M.T.I. Bhuiyan, H. Zhang & J. Zhu

Topology and material optimization of architectural components
F. Craveiro, H. Almeida, H. Bártolo, P.J. Bártolo & J.P. Duarte

Fashion business oriented for sustainability
A. Anicet & E. Dias

Design and digital manufacturing

Clay robotics: A hybrid 3D printing casting process
S. Wang, S. Dritsas, P. Morel & K. Ho

Modular formwork system layout development and assembly in actual scale based on robotic technology
O. Kontovourkis & E. Demartinou

Performance-oriented design—an integrative approach to data-driven design including associative computational modeling, computational analysis, advanced computational visualization and rapid prototyping
M.U. Hensel, S. Killi & S.S. Sørensen

A morphological comparison between physical and digital model generated by 3D scanning
R. Barbosa, L. Mateus, V. Ferreira & J. Beirão

4D printing of customised smart sunshade: A conceptual study
J.E.M. Teoh, C.K. Chua, Y. Liu & J. An

Game-engine based design system for mass customization
E. Castro e Costa & J.P. Duarte

Using a pattern as a 3D generator for producing a modular and flexible system for architecture
S.-J.A. Liotta

Semi-immersive interactive virtual environment for training on lathe machine
A.M. El-Tamimi, M.H. Abidi & A.M. Al-Ahmari

Designing with people for inclusive growth
C. Rijo, H. Grácio & S. Antunes

Methodological pathways innovative principles and instruments for the inclusive product
M. Buono & S. Capece

Smart manufacturing

Sustainable smart manufacturing: Assembling innovation-friendly enterprises
M.F. Nunes & C.L. Park

Milling-tool wear-condition prediction with statistic analysis and echo-state networks
G. Wang & R. Grosu

Finite element analysis in design of DMLS mandible implants
T.C. Dzogbewu, L. Monaheng, I. Yadroitsava, W.B. du Preez & I. Yadroitsev

Ergonomics and design in industry 4.0
E. Laudante

Towards industry 4.0 ready advanced sustainability analytics
D. Wehner, T. Betten, M. Held & R. Ilg

Integration of sustainable design and additive manufacturing in design education
S. Junk

Industry 4.0: Fundamentals and a quantitative analysis of benefits through a discrete event simulation
A. Cristians & J.M. Methven

Control chart pattern recognition approach to throughput monitoring in sustainable smart manufacturing
F.T. Sunmola

Towards co-robot navigation in manufacturing environments through machine learning of human movement patterns
A. Mohammed, T. Viola, C.S. Tucker & J.P. Duarte

Defining design guidelines for single point incremental forming—rules to a good design of container and tunnel like parts manufactured by incremental forming
D. Afonso, R. Torcato & R. Alves de Sousa

Additive manufacturing: An opportunity for functional and sustainable constructions
N. Labonnote & P. Rüther

Optimized brick—print optimization
I.V. Barbosa & B. Figueiredo

Design considerations for additive manufacturing of feed channel spacers for spiral wound membrane modules
J. An, W.S. Tan, C.K. Chua, T.H. Chong & A.G. Fane

Parametric chemistry reverse engineering biomaterial composites for additive manufacturing of bio-cement structures across scales
J. Duro-Royo, J. Van Zak, Y.J. Tai, A.S. Ling & N. Oxman

Sustainable recycling

Sustainability in fashion: A study of clean waste management within a clothing company
H. Cruz, A.C. Broega & M. Amorim

Sustainability evaluation of home appliance industry in Pakistan
S.T. Bukhari, S.Q. Bukhari & M. Fahad

Impact and assessment of design on higher order benefits
C. Klahn & F. Fontana

Lessons learnt from an LCA based re-design for manufacture of soap dispensers
R. Coppini, P. Refalo & J.C. Borg

Life cycle analysis as a tool of complex evaluation of food packaging systems
Z. Bogóné-Tóth, Z. Lakner, I. Hajdu & O. Fehér

Valorization of waste paper sludge ash for manufacturing materials
B. Boullosa Allariz & D. Levacher

Sustainable product lifecycle decision making using Q-learning
F.T. Sunmola

Life cycle analysis of a portable cosmetic package
P. Jaccarini & P. Refalo

Design education

Reminiscent of Marcel Duchamp in design reuse
R. Carreto & C. Carreto

Sustainability in Brazilian and Portuguese design schools curricula
N.D. Plentz & R. Almendra

Design education facing Europe 2020—a reflection on demands: FAULisbon as the case study
A.C. Dias, R. Almendra & F. Moreira da Silva

Design and poetry for city living
M.L. Costa

Sustainability as a TRIZ inventive principle in the creative process of textile products
S. Silva de Santis, F. Giuseppe Dedini, J.P. Marcicano, F. Moreira da Silva, M. Barros de Held, R. Aparecida Sanches, T.B. Lobo & A. Lott Daré

Wool + cork stool 2016
J. Afonso

Future cities

The new smart cities. Cities built from scratch and old cities transformed into smart cities. Sustainable growth
A.C. Oliveira & C. Alho

Knowledge to industry Transfer Technology Standards: Future Cities and Territories (KiTTS: FCT)
M. Ângelo Fonseca & O. Chabanyuk

Vauban: An example of sustainability in the heart of Europe
M. Baptista-Bastos & A. Lau

Contemporary architectures intervention in historical part of Tbilisi and Lisbon (Qvemo Kala and Alfama)
C. Alho & G. Iosebidze

Collective dwelling of cooperative housing a heritage with soul
V.P. Matos & C. Alho

Medicine 4.0

3D PCL/graphene scaffold for bone tissue engineering
W. Wang, G. Caetano, J. Cornish, D.S. Musson, M.A. Frade & P.J. Bártolo

Mechanical effects of medical implants on intervertebral disc injury
A. Sarfraz, G. Dougill & G. Cooper

Novel metallic bone fixation implants with reduced stiffness
A.A. Al-Tamimi, P.J. Bártolo, C. Peach & P. Fernandes

Morphological, mechanical and biological assessment of bioceramic scaffolds for bone regeneration
Y. Zheng, G. Caetano & P.J. Bártolo

Influence of pore size and fibre orientation on stem cell proliferation in a 3D printed polycaprolactone scaffold
C. Vyas, G. Caetano, G. Poologasundarampillai, J. Hoyland & P.J. Bártolo

Sustainable business models

Incorporating customer perceived value in designing customer experience
D. Hussadintorn Na Ayutthaya & P. Koomsap

Competing trajectories for digital technology and skills among Canadian wood product companies
Y. Bourgeois

Ethnography and design: A methodology applied to business culture
A. Cunha & L. Soares

Technological forecasting in textile industry: From first to fourth industrial revolution
A.Y.S. Duarte, F.G. Dedini, R.A. Sanches & R. Anderl

Design for ease of service
P. Suwannimitr & P. Koomsap

Offsite construction—U.S. market trends in prefabrication
K.R. Grosskopf, J.W. Elliott & J.E. Killingsworth

Sustainability, social innovation and collaborative economy in fashion design
S.R. Fernandes, J.M. Lucas, A.I. Cruchinho Gomes & R.A.L. Miguel

Creating a business model from the traditional to global fashion: Guimarães embroidery
C. Fernandes & A.C. Broega

Is 3D printing the answer to a sustainable supply chain: A look at localised consumer 3D printing
L. Le Merlus & R.A. Chudasama

Sustainable construction

Smart and sustainable materials for lightweight retaining walls
R. Ortlepp

Seamless architecture: Innovative opaque to transparent material interfaces
S. Nazarian, C.G. Pantano, P. Colombo & M. Marangoni

Designing cork-based functionally-graded concrete walls
F. Craveiro, H. Bártolo, J.P. Duarte & P.J. Bártolo

Computational architectural integrated implementation: A digital process from initial design to fabrication
Y. He & M.A. Schnabel

In direction to a sustainable material—graphene
C. Alho & S. Basílio

Circular economy and biological materials—innovative narratives for the development of sustainable textile products
G.S. Forman & C. Carvalho

Towards sustainable architecture and urbanism
C. Alho

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Fernando Moreira da Silva is a researcher at CIAUD – Research Centre in Architecture, Urbanism and Design, being also its President (Portugal), honorary researcher at Surface – Inclusive Design Research Centre, University of Salford (UK), full professor in design at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon (FA/ULisboa), Portugal, with specialization in Visual Communication Design, Inclusive Design and Color. He is a Member of the General Council of the University of Lisbon, President of the Scientific Board and coordinator of the PhD in Design of the FA/ULisboa. For the last years he has performed as panel coordinator for doctoral and postdoctoral grants in Design, Architecture and Urbanism at FCT - Foundation for Science and Technology of Portugal, International consultant of CNPq - National Council of Scientific and Technological Development (Brazil) and co-coordinator of the International PhD Degree in Design and Innovation, University of Naples (Italy). Invited professor at several foreign universities in Brazil, Italy, Spain and Hong Kong, he has supervised to more than 70 master dissertations and 50 PhD theses, being a member of the Scientific Committees of several international scientific journals.

Helena Bártolo is Coordinator Professor at the School of Technology and Management, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal. Helena Bártolo is a collaborator professor of CIAUD, a Research Centre of the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon (Portugal), and was a founding member of the IPL Research Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development (CDRSP). She was Director of the School of Technology, Polytechnic of Cavado and Ave in Barcelos, Portugal. Helena Bártolo participated in numerous national and international projects funded by the European Commission, the Portuguese Agency for Innovation, the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, the Portuguese Institute for SMEs and Innovation and industrial companies. She organized several International events, namely the International Conference on Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing (SIM 2011, 2013), of which she was Chair, the International Conference on Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping (VRAP2009, 2011, 2013), as well symposiums and workshops. Helena Bártolo is author and co-author of more than 70 scientific papers published in Journals, book chapters and conference proceedings and has served as referee of several International Journals.

Paulo Bártolo is Chair Professor on Advanced Manufacturing at the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering (MACE), University of Manchester (UK), Head of the Manufacturing Group, Head of the Innovative Manufacturing Research Theme, Director of the Manchester Biomanufacturing Centre, member of the Senior Leadership Team Committee and the Management Board of the EPSRC & MRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Regenerative Medicine, Principal Investigator of the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology, and Faculty of Science and Engineering Peer Review College. He is Champion of the Biomedical Devices and Systems core area at the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI) for Advanced Materials a major UK initiative, and member of SHRI Scientific Committee. He is Visiting Professor at Nanyang University (Singapore), and a Collaborator Professor of the Advanced Manufacturing Group at the Tecnologico de Monterrey (Mexico) and CIAUD, a FCT Research Centre of Excellence of the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon (Portugal). He is a Fellow of CIRP (The International Academy of Production Engineering) and Chairman of the CIRP Scientific Technical Committee on Electro-Physical and Chemical Processes (STC E). He has authored more than 500 publications in journal papers, book chapters and conference proceedings, co-edited 18 books (most of them published by Springer, Wiley and Taylor&Francis) and holds 13 patents. Paulo Bártolo is the Editor-in-Chief of the Virtual and Physical Prototyping Journal published by Taylor & Francis and the Biomanufacturing Reviews published by Springer, being an Editorial Board member of several other international journals.

Rita Almendra is a designer and an associate Professor with at the Department of Design, Faculty of Architecture ULisbon. She is the coordinator of CIAUD’s Design group. She has an MBA in management with a marketing specialization from the FCEE at Catholic University of Lisbon. Her Master in Design Management was supervised by Prof. Charles Waldman from INSEAD. Her PhD, supervised by Prof. Moreira da Silva – Faculty of Architectura, University of Lisbon, Prof. Henri Christiaans – TU Delft and Prof. Pinto Duarte – MIT/ Faculty of Architectura, University of Lisbon, was related with Decision making in the Conceptual Phase of Design Process. She lectures at the Under graduation, Master and PhD Programs several courses in the areas of Theory and Critics, Design Studio, Sustainable Design and Design Management. Her research interests are the ones of Design Cognition, Design Research, Design Education, Design Management, Sustainability and Inclusive Design.

Filipa Roseta, architect, author and co-editor in the fields of Architecture and Urban design, focusing on modernity, sustainability, and the changing role of the Academy. Currently, Auxiliary Professor of Architectural Design at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon and researcher at CIAUD (Research Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Design). Previous academic experience includes: PhD at the Royal College of Art (2009) with the thesis "The Modern Avenue", supported by Gulbenkian Foundation research grant; MPhil in Contemporary Architectural Culture at FAUTL (2001); Diploma in Architecture at FAUTL (1996). Previous architectural experience includes the co-founding of Roseta Vaz Monteiro Arquitectos (2001), where she co-authored several architectural projects with Francisco Vaz Monteiro, including the Boa Nova Church and Community Centre, a built project published worldwide.

Henrique Almeida is a Professor of the Mechanical Engineering Department at the School for Technology and Management from the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria. Graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the School for Technology and Management. Has a Master Degree of Science in Engineering Design from the Superior Institute of Technology of the Technical University of Lisbon. Has a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Aveiro. Member of the organising committees of the following conferences: International Conference on Tissue Engineering an ECCOMAS Thematic Conference (ICTE), International Conference on Sustainable Smart Manufacturing (S2M), International Conference on Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping (VRAP), International Conference on Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing (SIM), and the 6th Portuguese National Congress of Biomechanics. Participates and participated in several research projects funded by the following agencies: Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, Ciencia Y Tecnologia Para El Desarrollo (CYTED), Portuguese Agency of Inovation (ADI), PRODER, IAPMEI, British Council, European Commission Projects and the People Marie Curie Actions Program of the International Research Staff Exchange Scheme of the European Commission. Member of the Editorial Board and Review Editorial Board of several journals from Springer, Emerald, and Frontiers.

Ana Cristina Lemos is Coordinator Professor at the School of Construction Management and Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria (IPL), Portugal. Her main field of research is numerical analysis. Other professional and research interests include optimization methods, the use of technology in mathematics and engineering education and e-learning education. She has served at the IPL School of Technology and Management in several administrative positions: Vice-Director, President of the Pedagogical Board, Head of the Mathematics Department and Director of the School Learning Resources Centre and she is currently a member of the Scientific Board. She was a member of the local organizing committee of several International events, namely the International Conference on Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing (SIM 2011, 2013) and the International Conference on Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping (VRAP2009, 2011, 2013). She has supervised several postgraduate students.