A first draft programme for the Autumn School for Professionals is now online. It provides valuable information through a detailed time schedule and by presenting the modules of the School, separated into three tracks. We hope it will spark interest in the Autumn School in you and are looking forward to seeing you in Delft!
In a novel educational concept, the SusCritMat schools offer modules on complex and interdisciplinary topics related to critical raw materials, developed and taught by European experts in the field. The schools help participants understand the role of critical raw materials in the whole value chain across various academic fields by highlighting the bigger picture and the interconnected nature of global business and society, which is increasingly necessary for decision-making in industry. We gladly receive your submission here. More information will soon follow.
The program for next week’s symposium will not only give participants information as to where they need to go at a specific time, but also contains valuable background information about its goal and scope. To see it and learn more about the symposium, please click here.
SusCritMat aims to educate people from Master’s student level up, both in industry and academia about important aspects of Sustainable critical raw materials. In a novel concept, it introduces courses on these complex and interdisciplinary topics in a modula structure, adaptable to a variety of different formats and accessible to both students and managers in industry. In this context, last January, the first SusCritMat Winter School gave its participants the opportunity to discuss and work with experts from various fields. They did not only learn new things about sustainability aspects, but also enlarged their professional network. Like the other SusCritMat schools which are yet to come, the Winter School responded […]
Visit the Symposium on Availability of raw materials from secondary sources and the Special Workshop on Waste Valorization and Critical Raw Materials on April 24 at the UNECE Resource Management Week: https://www.unece.org/index.php?id=47092