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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium REWAS 2016
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS: Recycling and Environmental Technologies Committee
Organizer(s) Randolph E. Kirchain, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bart J. Blanpain, KU Leuven
Anne Kvithyld, SINTEF
Christina Elizabeth Meskers, Umicore
Elsa Olivetti, Massachusetts Institute of Tech
Jeffrey S. Spangenberger, Argonne National Laboratory
Diran Apelian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Brajendra Mishra, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Neale R. Neelameggham, IND LLC
John A. Howarter, Purdue University
Scope Every sector faces unique challenges in the transition to sustainability. Across each, materials will play a key role.

For each respective sector, these sessions will explore the trends and drivers toward sustainability, the enabling materials technologies, and the tools to evaluate their implications.

In particular, this session is seeking talks dealing with challenges and solutions in:
- Transportation
- Built environment (including buildings and infrastructure)
- Electrical and electronic equipment and infrastructure (EEEI)
- Energy production and storage

This session will require the submission of a manuscript of three to six pages in length. In most cases, those articles will appear in the 2016 REWAS proceedings. If topically appropriate, the submission will instead appear in the Energy Technology, Magnesium Technology, or Aluminum proceedings. Approximately 10% of submissions will be invited to submit a revised and expanded manuscript for publication in a special edition of the Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy.

REWAS 2016 – Towards Materials Resource Sustainability

Society faces grand challenges today, as the status quo is not sustainable. New solutions need to be found and the materials community will be central to those solutions. Specifically, the materials and metallurgical industry is strategically positioned to contribute via the establishment and selection of sustainable processes, materials and recycling solutions.

Realizing those solutions, however, will require collaboration and cooperation across disciplines and across the stages of the product life cycle. REWAS 2016 will provide an interdisciplinary platform where the materials and metallurgical professional can interact and exchange with other stakeholders and research fields to facilitate the transition to a more sustainable industry and society.

The REWAS 2016 symposium will be organized along three themes:

1) Realizing sustainable products and systems
2) Enabling sustainability
3) Understanding sustainability
Abstracts Due 07/15/2015
Proceedings Plan Planned: A CD-only volume

2016 EPD Distinguished Lecture: Digitalizing the Circular Economy -System-Integrated-Material-Production
3d Printed ABS and Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Specimens for Engineering Education
A Laboratory Study of Electrochemical Removal of Noble Elements from Secondary Aluminium
Accounting for Variation in Life Cycle Inventories: The Case of US Portland Cement Production in the U.S.
Automotive Lithium-ion Battery Recycling:A Thermodynamic Evaluation
Automotive Recycling Innovations in Aluminum
Bauxite Residue for Phosphorus Removal from Waste Water
Characteristics of Light Rare Earths from Korean Coal Power Plants Ash
Current State of Sustainability Education and Research for Materials Science and Engineering in Korea
Electro Dynamic Sorting of Scrap Light Metals and Alloys
Enabling Energy Efficient Electronics through Thermally Conductive Plastic Composites: Novel Surface Modification Techniques for Boron Nitride in Epoxy
Energy Generation from Waste Slags: Beyond Heat Recovery
Environmental and Economic Evaluation of Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Funnel Glass Waste Management Options in the United States
Environmental Impacts of Additive Manufacturing
Evaluation of Reactor REOV-01 with Ti Electrode for Electrochemical Recovery of Ag from Industrial Wastes
Fundamental Study of the Rare Earths Recycling Through the Pyrotetallurgical Route - Phase Relations and Crystallization Behavior of the CaO-SiO2-Nd2O3 System
Gold Evolving Role in the Circular Economy
Healable Microstructure Design: A Novel Pathway towards Perpetual Alloys?
Heterogeneous Materials Design for Sustainable Nuclear Waste Storage using Life Prediction by Conformal Finite Element Analysis
High Temperature Characterization and Techno-economics of E-waste Processing
Improvement in Resource Productivity by Life Extension through Corrosion Control: An Educational Perspective
Incorporation of Sewage Sludge into Heavy Clay Ceramic Body
Industrial Symbiosis among Small and Medium Scale Enterprises: Case of Muzaffarnagar, India
Industrial Symbiosis and Materials Management: Physical Resource Sharing Among Proximate Firms
Inorganic Polymers from Metallurgical Slags: High Performance Materials that Offer a Sustainable Alternative
Kinetics of Dephosphorization from the Steelmaking Slag by Leaching with C6H8O7-NaOH-HCl Solution
Life-Cycle Costing Promotes Use of Corrosion-Resistant Alloys
Life Cycle Analysis for Solvent Extraction of Rare Earth Elements from Aqueous Solutions
Life Cycle Analysis Summary for Automotive Lithium-ion Battery Production and Recycling
Life Cycle Assessment of Metallurgical Proceses Based on Physical Flowsheet Models
Life Cycle Assessment of Rare Earth Production from Monazite
Materials Research to Enable Clean Energy: Leverage Points for Risk Reduction in Critical Byproduct Material Supply Chains
Metal Recovery from Dross through Rotary Crushing and Separation Producing Products Instead of Waste
Mini Mill Solutions in the Recycling of Electric Arc Furnace Dust – the 2sDR Process
Mitigating Supply Risk of Critical and Strategic Materials: The Role of Trade Policies
Modeling the Electromagnetic Processing of Recycled Silicon Dust
N-10: Тhe Experience in Development of Technique and Technology of Electric Pulse Disintegration of Rocks and Ores
N-11: Nitrogen Doped Magnetic Carbon Nanocomposits Synthesized from Waste Plastic as Unique Absorbant for Highly Efficient Cr(VI) Removal
N-1: Green Structural Ceramic with Addition of Raw Clay Waste
N-2: Electropolymerized Polyaniline/Manganese Iron Oxide Hybrids with Enhanced Color Switching Response and Electrochemical Energy Storage
N-3: Magnetic FePd Nanoalloys Decorated Multiwalled Cabon Nanotubes toward Enhanced Ethanol Oxidation Reaction
N-5: A Life-cycle Assessment Framework Approach to Quantifying Substitutability of Critical Materials
N-6: Recovering of Carbon Fiber Present in an Industrial Polymeric Composite Waste through Pyrolysis Method while Studying the Influence of Resin Impregnation Process: Prepreg
N-8: Evaluation of Adding Grits in the Manufacture of Soil-cement Bricks
N-9: Precipitation of Metals from Liquor Obtained in Nickel Mining
Portland Cement with Battery Waste Contents
Potential Contribution to the Supply of Silver by the Recycling of Industrial Residues from Zn, Pb and Cu Plants
Production of Lightweight Aggregate and Ceramic Balls by Utilizing Gold Tailing, Red Mud and Limestone
Production of Magnesium and Aluminum-magnesium Alloys from Recycled Secondary Aluminum Scrap Melts
Rare Earth Metals Recycling from Spent CFLs and Permanent Magnets
Recovery of Aluminum from the Aluminum Smelter Baghouse Dust
Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from the Ferrous Fraction of Electronic Waste
Recycling of Poly-Metallic Residues from Metal Industry – Current Status and Future Developments
Roadmap for the Lifecycle of Advanced Battery Chemistries
Scrap Characterization to Optimize the Recycling Process
Solar Aluminum Recycling in a Directly Heated Rotary Kiln
Sustainability: Opportunities for Teaching Old Concepts via New Problems
Sustainable Processing of Phosphogypsum Waste Stream for the Recovery of Valuable Rare Earth Elements
System of State Regulation of Sustainable Ore Processing and Production Waste Treatment in the Russian Arctic
Teaching Sustainable Development and Recycling to First-Year Students -- The Ignition Point in the Academic Journey
The Educational Aspects of Sustainability Related on Japan
The Material Life Cycle: A Steering Wheel for Europe's Raw Materials Academy
The Value of Integrated Production Planning for Two-Stage Aluminum Recycling Operations
Thermodynamic Analysis of Zinc Status in the Upstream EAF Offgas Cleaning Systems Associated with In-process Separation of Zinc from EAF Dust
Total Corrosion Effects of Anthocleista djalonensis and Na2Cr2O7 on Steel-Rebar in H2SO4: Sustainable Corrosion-Protection Prospects in Microbial/Industrial Environment
Towards a Resource Resilient Society via the Triple Helix Concept: A Story of Transition, Collaboration and Innovation
Treatment of Molten Steel Slag for Cement Application
Utilizing Economic Value, Resource Availability, and Environmental Impact Metrics to Improve the WEEE and Battery Directives and Promote Alignment with the European Commission Circular Economy Strategy
Valorization of Bauxite Residue in a Technologically Realistic, Financially Viable Process: Are We Getting There?
Waste Management of Printed Wiring Boards: A Life Cycle Assessment of the Metals Recycling Chain from Liberation through Refining
Water at the Heart of the Circular Economy
Zero Waste Valorization Schemes for Non-ferrous and Ferrous Slags: Some Industrial Case Studies

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