to the 5th International Conference on Final Sinks, held in Vienna, Austria. The scientific program will consist of plenary session, keynote lectures, and oral/poster presentations.
The conference will address different topics regarding the handling of material flows and stocks from the resource and waste management perspective. Representatives from universities, research centers, industrial or public organisations and governments are welcomed to attend the conference in order to share their experiences.
Early bird fee until October 31.
The 5th International Conference on Final Sinks (ICFS 2019) invites researchers from around the world to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentation at our biennial conference which takes place this year in Vienna, Austria.
The focus is on ‘Recycling and its effects on product quality and final sink necessity’.
The conference will feature a wide range of exciting talks, discussions, and networking opportunities with experts, researchers and stakeholders in the field of resource and waste management.
This is an opportunity to share your research with international colleagues and actively contribute to the advances in your field of research.
Submission for abstracts for oral presentation is closed but we still welcome abstracts for poster related to the topics in the accompanying list.
|Bimesmeier||How Much Recycling Makes Sense?|
|Bras||Ecological Network Analysis As A Tool For Analyzing And Improving Material Circulation|
|Bartie||Metal Interactions And Symbioses: Optimization Of Quality, Quantity And Sustainability|
|Klotz||Can High Plastic Recycling Rate Targets Be Reached Without Posing A Risk To Human Health?|
|Grosso||Assessing The Contribution Of Aluminium Recovery From Waste Incineration Bottom Ash To The EU Recycling Targets|
|Huber||The Effect Of MSWI Bottom Ash Treatment On The Quality Of Secondary Raw Materials|
|Kitamura||The Impact Of Diatomite On Immobilization Of Lead In Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Fly Ash|
|Korotenko||Resource Recovery Potential Of MSWI Fly Ash Acid Extraction: A Case Study|
|Nakajima||Tracing The Ever-Changing Global Supply Chain Of Natural Resources: Used And Unused Extraction Materials Induced By Consumption Of Iron, Copper, And Nickel|
|Yano||Greenhouse Gas Reduction Potential of Household Waste Prevention Including Single-Use Products|
|Schiller||Resource-Conserving Waste Recovery And Its Consequences For Recycling And Landfilling|
|Shih||Assessing Resource Efficiency By The Input-Output Model With The Absorbing Markov Chain|
|Jandric||Abundance Of Brominated Flame Retardants In Weee Plastics And Their Impact On Recycling Targets|
|Jang||Occurrence And Substance Flow Analysis Of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PbDEs) In Waste Materials In South Korea|
|Prenner||Engineered Nanomaterials In Plastic Products - A Material Flow Analysis Using The Example Of Carbon Black Containing Tires|
|Dong||Scenarios For Future Copper Demand And Supply In China|
|Oita||Resource Use, Recycling, And Energy Emissions In Japanese System From Nitrogen Perspective|
|Desing||Material Selection In Product Design Based On Closed Loop Recycling Efficiency|
|Yamasue||Resource Paradox Problem Visualized By Total Material Requirement|
|Laner||Waste Incineration Bottom Ash As Construction Material: Building Applications And Impacts On Substance Flows|
|Mehr||Producing Clean Metal Fractions From Dry Incinerator Bottom Ash: What Is The Environmental Benefit?|
|Spatari||Recycling Of Coal Combustion Residues Into Lightweight Aggregates|
|Šyc||Incineration Bottom Ash Utilization In The Czech Republic: Current Situation And Perspectives|
|Gunaratne||Drivers And Barriers Of Shredder Fines Valorisation|
|Inaba||National Effects Of Integrated Waste Management Measures By Municipalities In Japan|
|Lai||How To Create The Value Of Secondary Material?|
|Zeng||Urban Mining towards Environmental and Resource Sustainability|
|Diotti||Construction And Demolition Waste As A Renewable Resource For Recycled Aggregates: Analysis Of Italian Case Studies|
|Hoang||Construction Waste In Vietnam: Estimated Amount And Recycling Practices|
|Rigamonti||Effectiveness And Efficiency Of Construction And Demolition Waste Recycling In Lombardy: A Life Cycle Based Evaluation|
The conference will take place at the TU Wien, in the wonderful cupola hall (Kuppelsaal).
The cupola hall has been used for events since 2009 as a lecture hall. The nearly 200 years old wooden construction with its attached mansard roof has been maintained and gives the interior an unmistakable appearance.
TU Wien is one of the most prestigious universities of technology in the world by presenting a top level of research and education. TU Wien is among the most successful technical universities in Europe and is Austria’s largest scientific-technical research and educational institution. As a university of technology, TU Wien covers a wide spectrum of scientific concepts from abstract pure research and the fundamental principles of science to applied technological research and partnership with industry. For 200 years, TU Wien has been a place of research, teaching and learning in the service of progress.
The university is very centrally located, within walking distance of many attractions and easily accessible by public transport.
Welcome to the world capital of music! More famous composers have lived here than in any other city, and music is literally in the air in Vienna: waltz and operetta are at home here, and musicals “made in Vienna” have conquered international audiences.
Vienna is the capital and the cultural, economic and political center of Austria with around 1.9 million inhabitants.
Vienna is old, but Vienna is also new – and diverse: from the magnificent buildings of the baroque to the “golden” Art Nouveau to contemporary architecture. And more than 100 museums attract millions of visitors to the city each year.
Take your time and walk in the footsteps of the Habsburg monarchy of yesteryear, visit the magnificent baroque palaces of Schönbrunn and Belvedere, visit the Hofburg Palace or stroll along the magnificent Ringstrasse.