We have recently added two new highly informative videos to the SusCritMat Youtube channel: In one video, Ester van der Voet from Leiden University talks about scenarios for critical raw materials. As global demand for critical raw materials continues to grow, crucial for an optimal supply of these materials is to predict which ones and how much of them will be needed. Ester van der Voet from Leiden University presents scenarios assessment – a method used to deal with the problem at hand. After giving a short theoretical introduction into the method of scenario assessment, she discusses various scenarios for supply and demand of critical raw materials. In the other video, Stefano […]
In the course, participants will be faced with the challenge the transition to electric mobility represents for the materials’ perspective. Click here to learn more and register for the Short course for free. We are looking forward to seeing you in Cambridge!
The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS) will host the third installment of the IRTC roundtable at the TMS 2019 Annual Meeting & Exhibition. The topic will be “How Does Industry Manage Criticality in Product Development?” All TMS 2019 registrants are invited to attend this roundtable session and participate in the discussion. Learn more about this event here. The speakers are: Prof. Roderick Eggert, Colorado School of Mines and the Critical Materials Institute, USA Prof. Nikolaos Michailidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece Dr. Christina Meskers, Umicore, Belgium Prof. Atsufumi Hirohata, University of York, GB Dr. Min-Ha Lee, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) Prof. Armin Reller, ESM Foundation, Switzerland, and […]
The Round Table Criticality and Circular Economy held in Tokyo last October was a great success. In case you have not been able to participate, here is a detailed summary of the discussions and their results.
The SusCritMat Short Course on Cobalt, held at the EIT Raw Materials Week on Friday, November 16, was a great success. At the event, participants experienced a short version of a SusCritMat training school, covering several topics related to the sustainable management of Critical Raw Materials across the value chain.