SIM² KU Leuven (Sustainable Inorganic Materials Management) is an interdisciplinary research cluster at KU Leuven, which addresses the European and global demand for more cleantech innovation and research on resource recovery and recycling.
Speech Marian Jones (11 years), HP Forum 2019, Brussels
Marian Jones (11 years, www.kidsforclimate.org) was invited to give one of the three (female) opening speeches at the 2019 European Heat Pump […]
24 students take on the (EIT RawMaterials) SUMA challenge
The EIT-labelled Master Programme on Sustainable Materials (SUMA) welcomed 24 enthusiastic students in September 2018. This 3rd cohort is the biggest cohort for SUMA so far, with selected candidates coming from all over the world.
Green slag valorisation is now an industrial success story
On April 1-5, 2019, the 6th Slag Valorisation Symposium took place. More than 200 persons experienced at first hand that slag valorisation has been transformed from an academic concept into an industrial success story.
Chemiemagazine features SIM²’s view on critical metals
Chemiemagazine, a Dutch monthly magazine of the Chemical Industry, has published a feature article on the scarcity of (critical) metals and other raw materials (March 2019, 40-42). SIM² KU Leuven provided its view on this crucial issue for Europe.
Senior Academic Position (Group T/KUL - hydrometallurgy)
Interested in a full-time Senior academic open position ("hydrometallurgy for urban mining")? Check out the new position at the Faculty of Engineering Technology, Department of Materials Engineering, Campus Group T/KU Leuven.
SOCRATES Press Release on the importance of lead metallurgy
The SOCRATES team launched a Press Release on its recent Policy Brief "Lead Metallurgy is Fundamental to the Circular Economy", claiming the EU’s circular economy plans risk stalling if regulators pursue ill-judged restrictions.