Presentations of European Paper Week 2016

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Presentations of European Paper Week 2016

Below you can find speaker presentations from European Paper Week 2016. We also published the following publications:

- Making industry transformation happen in Europe? Stakeholders' discussion paper

- Future skills for the paper industry (EN, FR, IT, DEU, SE, PL)

Tuesday, 22/11

Young researchers: European Paper Industry Innovation hub

Annika Ketola, VTT, Jyväskylä Modifying fibre-fibre contacts for better elongation of fibre network
Anouk Dantuma, KCPK Bio-based barrier coatings as part of a circular paper industry
Veronika Majová, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava The influence of choline chloride and lactic acid on the degradation of cellulose
Kostyantyn Pivnenko, Technical University of Denmark Model-based analysis of contaminants in European paper recycling: Constrain, remove or prevent?
Thomas Stocker, PTS Functional specialty papers capable of attenuating high frequency electromagnetic radiation (Reflexabsorber - Shielding paper)
Anders Strand, Åbo Akademi The influence of additives on the strength and elongation potential of paper
Petra Strižincová, Slovak University of Technology Isolation and Identification Extractives from Spruce (Picea Abies) Bark
Marc Delgado-Aguilar, University of Girona Building bridges between bio and nano technology and papermaking sector: novel strategies for paper properties improvement
Spyros Bousios, KCPK Maximum value from paper for recycling
Alexey Khakalo, Aalto University Combined mechanical and chemical modifications towards super-stretchable paper-based materials

 wEDNESDAY, 23/11

What can we expect from energy markets in 2017?

Luc De Leersnyder, Energy Procurement Consultant, E&C Consultants Energy market outlook for 2017
Gerald Maunz, Head of Energy, DS Smith Coping with changing energy markets: case study from the paper industry
Koen Locquet, IBM WG Chair, Council of European Energy Regulators The 2016 Market Monitoring Report: lessons learnt and way forward

Pulp and paper market outlook in 2017

Alejandro Mata Lopez, Economist, European Forest Products, RISI The changing world of graphics
Esko Uutela, Principal Economist, Tissue, RISI Global Tissue Outlook with focus on European developments
Gleb Sinavskis, Associate Economist, Economic Analysis, RISI Packaging
Kurt Schaefer, Vice-President, Fibre, RISI Pulp and Paper for Recycling
Fredrik Rosén, Director Market Strategy and Marco Lucisano, Director, Business Area Papermaking & Packaging

Innventia Global Outlook – A Cellulose-Based Society

and Consumer Survey Report


CEPI High-Level session

Signe Ratso, Director for Trade Strategy and Analysis, Market Access, DG Trade, European Commission Trade, Markets and the EU
Sylvain Lhôte, Director General, CEPI Making transformative investments happen in Europe


Thursday, 24/11

EU regulations: How heavy is the financial burden for our industry?


Lorena Rivera Leon, Julien Ravet and Kastalie Bougas, Technopolis Group Methodology, scope and main findings
Bernard Lombard, CEPI Industrial Policy Director The Cumulative Cost Assessment study

Resource efficiency in electronic communications


Erasmus Pachta-Reyhofen, PapiNet Secretariat Resource efficiency in electronic communication

Future Skills and Competences: what does our industry need for the future?


Chiara Riondino, Policy Officer, Skills and Qualifications, DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion, European Commission Skills and Competences in the EU
Heini Hyrkkö, Education and training project expert Summary of the project: mapping, needs and gaps
Danuta Wojdat, Solidarnosc The Paper Industry, Integrated System of Qualifications and social dialogue in Poland
Julia Löwenstein, PR officer, Austropapier A campaign bringing Paper to School
Mattia Pellegrini, Head of Unit for Raw Materials, Metals, Minerals and Forest-based Industries, DG Grow, European Commission The EU Skills Agenda
Massimo Ramunni, Deputy Managing Director, Assocarta Thoughts and suggestions for Italy after the analysis of training needs in the paper industry
Nina Pärssinen, Labour Market Director, Finnish Forest Industries Federation Reforming Vocational Education and Training – Examples of the Finnish forest industries federation's contributions
Isabelle Margain, Responsible for the development of initial training and qualifications, UNIDIS French educational and training policy-Pulp, paper and board
Louisa Bull, Trade Union Officer, Unite the Union Lifelong Learning in the Paper Sector – UK
Peter Schuld, National Officer for the Pulp and Paper Industry, IGBCE Policy recommendations
Bernard de Galembert, Social Affairs Director, CEPI Policy recommendations
Steven Bainbridge, Senior Analyst of European Training Policies, European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP) From recommendations to action

 We would like to thank all speakers for their contributions!