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15 junio 2022

Recycling scientific journal publishes the results of the project Identifying Future Skill Requirements of the Job Profiles for a Sustainable European Manufacturing Industry 4.0

Identifying Future Skill Requirements of the Job Profiles for a Sustainable European Manufacturing Industry 4.0 project by the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto has recently achieved the validation of its results through being published as an article  in a high impact scientific journal.

The scientific journal Recycling, ranked in the second quartile Q2 by the SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR) in the following 3 categories: a) Waste Management and disposal, b) Management Monitoring, Policy and Law, eta c) Material Science, has published an article, authored by Deusto researchers Patricia del Val, Tugce Akyazi, Aitor Oyarbide and Aitor Goti. The developed project seeks to ensure that professionals in the industrial sector, specifically in the manufacturing sector, have the necessary competencies and skills to adapt to the needs of the future. The exponential growth of digitalization and increasing sustainability needs are reshaping the European manufacturing industry throughout its entire value chain. For this reason, it is imperative that future professional profiles are multidisciplinary profiles. It is also essential to identify future needs effectively in order to obtain a competent workforce that fills the current skills gaps. To this end, an inter-sectoral database has been developed to address the future competencies required for different manufacturing industry job profiles. In particular, these selected occupations are the transversal profiles that are directly rindustrial symbiosis and energy efficiency.

This project was carried out in collaboration with the ESSA project Blueprint for New Skills Agenda Steel: elated to Industry-driven sustainable European Steel Skills Agenda and Strategy together with the SPIRE-SAIS project Skills Alliance for Industrial Symbiosis - a Cross-sectoral Blueprint for a Sustainable Process Industry. It is also part of the collaboration programme between Euskampus - the 4GUNE Cluster - and Siemens-Gamesa Renewable Energy.

You can find the article here: Akyazi, T.; del Val, P.; Goti, A.; Oyarbide, A. Identifying Future Skill Requirements of the Job Profiles for a Sustainable European Manufacturing Industry 4.0. Recycling 2022, 7, 32. https://doi.org/10.3390/recycling7030032