T.T.T. Dung, A. Golreihan, E. Vassilieva, N. Phung, V. Cappuyns, R. Swennen, Insights into solid phase characteristics and release of heavy metals and arsenic from industrial sludge via combined chemical, mineralogical, and microanalysis, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22, 2015, 2205-2218
V. Cappuyns, V. Deweirt, S. Rousseau, Dredged sediments as a resource for brick production: Possibilities and barriers from a consumers’ perspective, Waste Management, 38, 2015, 372-380.
A. Peys, H. Rahier, Y. Pontikes, Potassium-rich biomass ashes as activator in metakaolin-based inorganic polymers, Applied Clay Science, 119 (2), 2016, 401-409.
R. Iacobescu, G. Angelopoulos, P.T. Jones, B. Blanpain, Y. Pontikes, Ladle metallurgy stainless steel slag as a raw material in Ordinary Portland Cement production: a possibility for industrial symbiosis, Journal of Cleaner Production, 112 (10), 2016, 872-881.
L. Kriskova, L. Machiels, Y. Pontikes, Inorganic polymers from a plasma convertor slag: Effect of activating solution on microstructure and properties, Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy, 1 (3), 2015, 240-251.
S. Onisei, K. Lesage, B. Blanpain, Y. Pontikes, Early age microstructural transformations of an inorganic polymer made of fayalite slag. Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 98 (7), 2015, 2269-2277.
L. Machiels, L. Arnout, P.T. Jones, B. Blanpain, Y. Pontikes, Inorganic polymer cement from Fe-Silicate glasses: Varying the activating solution to glass ratio, Waste and Biomass Valorization, 5, 2014, 411-428.
L. Kriskova, Y. Pontikes, F. Zhang, Ö. Cizer, P.T. Jones, K. Van Balen, B. Blanpain, Influence of mechanical and chemical activation on the hydraulic properties of gamma dicalcium silicate. Cement and Concrete Research, 55, 2014, 59-68.
Y. Pontikes, G. Angelopoulos, Bauxite residue in cement and cementitious applications: Current status and a possible way forward. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 73, 2013, 53-63.
Tobias Hertel, Bart Blanpain, Yiannis Pontikes, A Proposal for a 100 % Use of Bauxite Residue Towards Inorganic Polymer Mortar
SIM² KU Leuven is a leading, interdisciplinary research cluster at KU Leuven uniting the research groups working on Sustainable Inorganic Materials Management. SIM² KU Leuven’s mission is to perform cutting-edge fundamental, strategic and applied research contributing to cost-effective, (near) zero-waste valorisation of End-of-Life waste, mining waste and industrial process residues, covering the full value recycling/recovery chain.