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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recycling and Sustainability for Emerging Technologies and Strategic Materials
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS Light Metals Division
TMS: Recycling and Environmental Technologies Committee
Organizer(s) John A. Howarter, Purdue University
Mingming Zhang, Wood Mackenzie
Elsa Olivetti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hong Peng, University of Queensland
Scope The supply challenges for many materials and minerals which enable new technologies has provided new opportunities in recycling of complex materials. Likewise, the recycling of more conventional materials can also face techno-economic barriers. This symposium is open to participants from both industry and academia in areas including recycling of e-waste, energy/battery materials, critical minerals, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, & process modeling of recycling. Papers providing perspective on both technical as well as policy-based challenges or broader materials science challenges toward sustainability are also welcome.
Abstracts Due 07/20/2020
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Characterisation and Techno-economics of a Process to Recover Value from E-waste Materials
Computational Modeling of Current Density Distribution and Secondary Resistances for Aluminum Electrorefining in Ionic Liquids
Conductivity of AlCl3-BMIC Ionic liquid Mixtures Containing TiCl4 at Different Temperatures and Molar Ratios
Copper Separation from Steel Scrap
Copper Supply for Electric Vehicles and Impacts on the Recycling Sector
Development and Impact of High-performance Al Alloys Alloyed with Rare Earth Co-products
Ecodesign and Strategic Design of Alloys by Combinatorial Optimisation
Electrochemical Separation of Aluminum from Mixed Scrap Using Ionic Liquids
High-temperature Oxidation of Explosion Welded Tantalum-tungsten Alloy on Steel Substrate as a Potential Technique for Recycling
Hydrometallurgical Recycling of Bauxite Residue
Improvement of Steel Scrap Recycling: Optical Recognition of Cu Impurities Using Machine Learning
Investigation of Ionic Liquids Isolated Iron for Ductile Iron Castings
Rare Earth Magnet or Ferroalloy? What Steel Processing Can Teach Us about Magnet Sludge Recycling.
Recycling of Spent SCR Catalyst to Recover Vanadium and Tungsten by Hydrometallurgical Routes
The Separation of Nickel and Cobalt from Lithium-ion Battery Leachate
Uncertainty Analysis and Reduction for Environmental Impact Modeling of Emerging Manufacturing Technologies


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