See now the presentations from IRTC Vancouver!
“How methodology determines what is critical” – the first round table on criticality held in Vancouver last June was a great success. Click here to see all the presentations in PDF or video format and learn more about how what we view as critical depends on the methods applied.
What should be taught about critical raw materials?
On February 27, 2018, Alessandra Hool from ESM Foundation and Patrick Wäger from EMPA held a seminar about teaching about critical raw materials. For all those who could not be present, SATW published its own report about the seminar and its results.
Towards a World Forum on Raw Materials – FORAM Pilot Event
The project Towards a World Forum on Raw Materials (FORAM) is a Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission. The main objective of FORAM is to develop a platform of international experts and stakeholders that will together help to improve international cooperation on raw materials and investments worldwide. By closely working with the relevant […]
Resources Forum Switzerland 2018
The second Resources Forum Switzerland “Science, Economy and Cities together for more resource efficiency” will take place on October, 25 at EMPA academy in Dübendorf. Where are the hot spots of resources use? Have cities and industry already found solutions? Experts from various fields will gather at the Resources Forum to make progress on this […]
How methodology determines what is critical
« How methodology determines what is critical » – this is the title of the first Round Table on Criticality held at the international conference « Resources for Future Generations » in Vancouver, on June 19. The event is orgaized by IRTC. Click here to find out what else happens at the international conference. If […]
World Resources Forum on Waste Valorization and CRM
The World Resources Forum has published a report about its workshop on Waste Valorization and Critical Raw Materials, which was held at the Symposium on the Availability of Raw Materials from Secondary Sources last month. Over the course of the workshop, experts like WRF Managing Director Bas de Leeuw, Karen Hanghøj from EIT Raw Materials […]
Draft Programme for the SusCritMat Autumn School for Professionals now available!
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!
Registration for the SusCritMat Autumn School for Professionals is now open!
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 […]
Final program for the Symposium on the Availability of Raw Materials from Secondary Sources now available
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 Winter School report now available!
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 […]