November 20th, 2023

Original Source (in Dutch) by Anne Hurenkamp:

Every year, 100 million printed circuit boards (PCBs) are manufactured worldwide. They are found in our smartphones, laptops, e-bikes, and nowadays even in refrigerators. These PCBs contain metals such as gold, silver, and copper. To prevent these valuable and sometimes hazardous raw materials from becoming e-waste after the use of our equipment, Bert Swennenhuis from the Saxion Applied Nanotechnology research group collaborates with students and industry on a recycling solution. Artificial intelligence (machine learning) plays a significant role in this endeavor. Aleksandar Andreski is involved in the project as an associate lecturer.

Second Episode In this second installment of Thinkers & Doers, Anka Mulder, Chair of the Saxion Board of Directors, sends editor Anne Hurenkamp out once again with the question: how does this solution contribute to a cleaner, safer, and more sustainable world?

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