David Peck
David Peck
Associate Professor, TU Delft, The Netherlands
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Critical materials from a product design perspective
D Peck, P Kandachar, E Templeman
Materials and Design 65 (January 2015), Pages 147–159, 2015
Remanufacturing market study
D Parker, K Riley, S Robinson, H Symington, J Tewson, K Jansson, ...
European Remanufacturing Network (ERN), 2015
A review of methods and data to determine raw material criticality
D Schrijvers, A Hool, GA Blengini, WQ Chen, J Dewulf, R Eggert, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2019
Combined analyses of costs, market value and eco-costs in circular business models: eco-efficient value creation in remanufacturing
JG Vogtlander, AE Scheepens, NMP Bocken, D Peck
Journal of Remanufacturing, 17, 2017
Nature inspired design: Strategies towards sustainability
I De Pauw, P Kandachar, E Karana, D Peck, R Wever
Creating Sustainable Value through Remanufacturing: Three Industry Cases
Journal of Cleaner Production, 2019
Critical materials: a reason for sustainable education of industrial designers and engineers
AR Köhler, C Bakker, D Peck
European Journal of Engineering Education 38 (4), 441-451, 2013
Sustainable Innovation-Organisation And Goal Finding
L Hassi, D Peck, K Dewulf, R Wever
Joint Actions on Climate Change, 2009
Prometheus Missing: Critical Materials and Product Design
D Peck
Delft University of Technology, Publisher: Delft Academic Press, ISBN 9 …, 2016
In the Loop – Sustainable, Circular Product Design and Critical Materials
K Whalen, D Peck
International Journal of Automation Technology 8 (5), 664 - 676, 2014
Rethinking Eco-design Priorities; the case of the Econova television
C Bakker, R Ingenegeren, T Devoldere, E Tempelman, J Huisman, ...
2012 Electronics Goes Green 2012+, 1-7, 2012
Demarcating advanced learning approaches from methodological and technological perspectives
I Horvath, D Peck, J Verlinden
European journal of engineering education 34 (6), 465-485, 2009
Greater circularity leads to lower criticality, and other links between criticality and the circular economy
L Tercero Espinoza, D Schrijvers, WQ Chen, J Dewulf, R Eggert, J Goddin, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 159, 2020
An information technological specification of abstract prototyping for artifact and service combinations
I Horva´ th, Z Rusa´ k, E Hernando Martin, WF van der Vegte, A Kooijman, ...
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 2011
The eco-costs of material scarcity, a resource indicator for LCA, derived from a statistical analysis on excessive price peaks
J Vogtländer, D Peck, D Kurowicka
Sustainability 11 (8), 2446, 2019
Digital technologies in the business model transition towards a circular economy
D Chiaroni, P Del Vecchio, D Peck, A Urbinati, D Vrontis
ERN–European Remanufacturing Network, Remanufacturing Market Study
D Parker, K Riley, S Robinson, H Symington, J Tewson, K Jansson, ...
European Remanufacturing Council, Delft, The Netherlands, accessed Oct 15, 2018, 2015
Eco-design opportunities for critical material supply risks
D Peck, C Bakker
2012 Electronics Goes Green 2012+, 1-6, 2012
Materials scarcity: A new agenda for industrial design engineering
AR Köhler, C Bakker, D Peck
Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands, 2010
Living climate change: Design thinking and learning in complexity
C Bakker, D Peck, P Soboll, E Tempelman
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