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Session 6: Critical Metals and Minerals

[Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be continuously updated up to the conference]

Date and Time: Wednesday 25, 11h00 – 13h00

Chairs: Helmut Rechberger & Christian Hagelüken

Room: 15

SS 6.1 Time of scarcity horizons for technology metals, precious metals, base metals, superalloy metals, battery technology metals and infrastructure materials by Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir1, Harald U Sverdrup2, Anna Hulda Olafsdottir2, Deniz Koca3 (1Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland; 2Faculty of Industrial Engineering, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland; 3Center for Environmental and Climate Research, Lund University, Lund, Sweden) 
SS 6.2 Exploring competing demand for critical materials and its impact on identification and mitigation of materials criticality by Yulia Lapko1,2 (1Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2KTH Royal Institute of Technology) 
SS 6.3 Screening of the criticality level for precious metals on social sustainability issues by Keisuke Nansai1, Nao Tsukamoto2, Susumu Tohno2, Yasushi Kondo3, Shigemi Kagawa4 (1National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan; 2Kyoto University, Japan; 3Waseda University, Japan; 4Kyushu University, Japan)
SS 6.4 Rare earth metals recycling from e-wastes: Strategy and perspective by Ajay Bhagwan Patil1, Rudolf Struis1, Albert Schuler1, Mohamed Tarik1, Andreas Krebs2, Werner Larsen2, Christian Ludwig1 (1Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland; 2BLUBOX Trading AG, CH-5708 Birrwil, Switzerland) 
SS 6.5 Does the recycling of rare earth elements fit in a strategy against climate change? by Guido Sonnemann, Dieuwertje Schrijvers (Université de Bordeaux, France) 
SS 6.6 Transforming phosphogypsum waste into products with market value by Ron Zevenhoven1, Victor Morales-Flórez2,3, Alberto Santos4, Luis Equivias2,3 (1bo Akademi University, Finland; 2University of Seville, Seville, Spain; 3Institute of Materials Science, ICMS (CSIC/US), Seville, Spain; 4University of Cádiz, Puerto Real, Spain) 
SS 6.7 Statistical entropy quantifies resource efficiency: Case study on phosphorus use in Austria by Helmut Rechberger, David Laner, Ottavia Zoboli (Technische Universität Wien, Austria) 
SS 6.8 Opportunities and challenges to closing the Phosphorus supply chain through Phosphorus recovery from wastewater in European urban areas. A case study on Stockholm, Sweden and Budapest, Hungary by Claudiu Eduard Nedelciu1, Krístin Vala Ragnarsdóttir1, Ingrid Stjernquist2 (1University of Iceland, Iceland; 2University of Stockholm, Sweden) 
SS 6.9 Phosphorus removal and recovery from wastewater effluents by nanofiltration by Oded Nir1, Daniel Collignon2, Sengpiel Robert2, Wessling Matthias2,3 (1Zuckerberg Inst. for Water Research, Blaustein Inst. for Desert Research, Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev, Israel; 2Chemical Process Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Forckenbeckstrasse 51, 52064 Aachen, Germany; 3DWI-Leibniz-Institute for Interactive Materials, Forckenbeckstrasse 50, 52056 Aachen, Germany) 
SS 6.10 Phosphorus recycling strategies for Switzerland by Jonas Ramon Mehr1, Michael Jedelhauser2Claudia Binder1 (1EPFL, Switzerland; 2University of Munich, Germany)