Programme ERES2017

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Sunday 28 May 2017
14:30

17:00

Registration
Plenary Opening Session (Main Hall)

 Chairs: Prof Ioannis PASPALIARIS (NTUA), Prof Koen BINNEMANS (KU Leuven)

17:00

17:15

Keynote Presentation 1text-documentspeech

Mattia PELLEGRINI EU potential in the field of rare earth elements and policy actions DG Grow, European Commission
17:15

17:35

Keynote Presentation 2

Dimitrios BILIOURIS

EASME’s role in H2020 and Raw Materials: Areas of research and project types

Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME), Unit B.2 H2020 Environment and Resources

17:35

17:55

Keynote Presentation 3text-documentspeech
Steven M. FORTIER Global REE supply chains and material flowDirector National Minerals Information Center, Geological Survey, USA
17:55

18:15

Keynote Presentation 4

Frances WALLtext-documentspeech

The   geology   of   rare   earth   deposits   and   its influence   on   choosing   the   best   routes   for processing

Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter, UK

18:15

18:35

Keynote Presentation 5speech
Suzanne SHAW Changing demand for rare earths in key applications and opportunities for European manufacturers Senior Analyst. Roskill Information Services Ltd., UK
18:35

18:55

Keynote Presentation 6text-documentspeech
Ryan CASTILLOUX New mines and intra-lanthanide substitutions are key to a sustainable rare earth supply chain HBSc Geo, MBA, Adamas Intelligence, Canada
18:55

19:15

Keynote Presentation 7speech
Jean Claude BÜNZLI Rare earths applications: moving ahead Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
19:15 Q & A
19:30

21:00

Cocktail Reception
Monday 29 May 2017
Session l

8:15

10:50

Session lA (Main Hall)

REE extraction from primary sources

Chairs: Srecko STOPIC (RWTH), Kurt FORESTER (Leading Edge Materials)

Session lB (Hall B)

European REE resources

Chairs: Daniel CASSARD (BRGM), Jouni VUOLLO (GTK)

08:15

08:30

text-documentspeechXiaosheng YANG1, Jukka LAUKKANEN1, Akseli TORPPA1, Bayarmagnai ENKHZUL2, Batzorig LKHAGVASUREN 2 and Delgermaa MARGAI 3

Complex REE ores and processing

1 Geological Survey of Finland, Finland; 2 Central Geological Laboratory,  Mongolia;

3 Mongol Gazar LLC, Mongolia

text-documentDemetrios ELIOPOULOS1, Vassiliki AGGELATOU1, George ECONOMOU1, Ioannis TZIFAS2

REE in black sands: the case of Nea Peramos and Strymonikos Gulf, N. GREECE

1 Institute of Geology and Mineral exploration (Greece); 2 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

08:30

08:45

text-documentspeechStephen PARIRENYATWA, Sergio SANCHEZ-SEGADO, Yotamu HARA, Animesh JHA

Recovery of rare earth oxides (REO) from low grade minerals

1 University of Leeds,  UK

text-documentspeechMartiya SADEGHI1, Magnus RIPA1, Ejiro O. AGBONIFO2, Torbjörn BERGMAN1

Regional scale targeting for REE mineralisation: A preliminary result on Bastnäs(skarn)-type REE mineralisation in Bergslagen, Sweden

1 Geological Survey of Sweden; 2 University of Gothenburg, Sweden

08:45

09:00

text-documentspeechYiğit ALTINSEL1, Emre ALTUN2, Yavuz A. Topkaya2, M. Ümit ATALAY2, Bülent SENTURK1

Enrichment of Scandium Contained In Serpentinite by Attrition Scrubbing Method

1 META Nikel Kobalt A.S., Turkey; 2 Middle East Technical University,Ankara, Turkey,

text-documentspeechHenrik SCHIELLERUP1, Peter IHLEN1, Sven DAHLGREN2, Axel MÜLLER3, Julian SCHILLING1

REE occurrences in Norway, with special emphasis on mineralizations hosted by Apatite-rich intrusions

1 Geological Survey of Norway , Norway; 2 Buskerud, Telemark, Vestfold County Council, Norway; 3 University of Oslo, Norway

09:00

09:15

text-documentVassiliki ANGELATOU1, Evangelos I.P. DROSOS1

Beneficiation of green black sands for REE recovery

1 Institute of Geology & Mineral Exploration, (IGME),  Greece

text-documentspeechEsa POHJOLAINEN1, Peter SORJONEN-WARD1, Lassi PAKKANEN1, Mia TILJANDER1, Kimmo KÄRENLAMPI2, Asko KONTINEN1, Hannu HUHMA1

REE mineralogy of the Katajakangas Nb-REE deposit in the Otanmäki area, central Finland

1 Geological Survey of Finland; 2 University of Oulu, Finland

09:15

09:25

Q & A Q & A
09:25

09:40

text-documentTesfaye NEGERI1 and Micheline BOISCLAIR1speech

Challenges in concentrating rare earth minerals

1 Natural Resources Canada, CanmetMINING, Ottawa, Canada

text-documentspeechNicola MONDILLO1, Giuseppina BALASSONE1, Maria BONI1, Antonio MARINO2, Giuseppe ARFE’1

Evaluation of REEs in the Silius fluorite vein system (Sardinia, Italy)

1 Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy; 2 Fluorite di Silius S.p.A., Italy

09:40

09:55

text-documentspeechMegan BARNETT 1, Simon GREGORY1, Barbara PALUMBO-ROE1

Assessment of bioleach and salt leach for the extraction of rare earth elements from ion adsorption clays

1 British Geological Survey, UK

text-documentspeechChristian MARIEN1, Arjan DIJKSTRA1 and Colin WILKINS 1

New mineralogical insights into the REE potential of the Fen complex, Norway

1 Plymouth University, UK

09:55

10:10

text-documentspeechAlexandra CRAWFORD1, 3, Steven BANWART1, Barbara PALUMBO-ROE2, Simon GREGORY2, Horst MÄRTEN3, 4

Thermodynamics of exchange in ion adsorption type rare earth ore

1 University of Leeds, UK;  2 British Geological Survey, UK; 3 Umwelt-und Ingenieurtechnik GmbH Dresden, Germany; 4 Heathgate Resources Pty. Ltd. (Heathgate), Australia

text-documentspeechHans Kristian SCHØNWANDT1, Thomas ULRICH2, Gregory B. BARNES1

 An enigmatic, fine to medium-grained rock type in the TANBREEZ REE deposit, south Greenland.

1 G.B. Barnes & Associates, Australia; 2 Aarhus University, Denmark

10:10

10:25

text-documentMaleke M. MALEKE1, Julio CASTILLO1, Errol D. CASON1, Alba GOMEZ-ARIAS1, Karabelo MOLOANTOA1, Esta VAN HEERDEN1

New reductive interactions of REY BY THERMUS SCOTODUCTUS SA-01 and CLOSTRIDIUM SP.

1 University of the Free State, South Africa

text-documentRichard SHAW1, Victoria HONOUR2, Kathryn GOODENOUGH1, Nick ROBERTS3, Matt HORSTWOOD3, and Christoph LENZ4

Timing and source of rare earth element mineralisation in the Ditrău alkaline complex, Romania

1 British Geological Survey, UK; 2 University of Cambridge, UK; 3 NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratory, UK; 4 University of Vienna, Austria

10:25

10:35

Q & A Q & A
Intensified Poster Session 10:35

10:50

Mikhail S. Tyumentsev et al.text-documentspeech

Development of polyamide solvent extraction reagents for trivalent lanthanides

Chalmers University of Technology,  Sweden

Barbara PALUMBO-ROE et al.text-documentspeech

Sequential chemical extractions to inform bioleaching of low-grade REE deposits: A comparative study of REE solid partitioning in Turkish Bauxites and Madagascar Laterites

British Geological Survey, UK

Wolfgang REIMER, Mirko MARTIN et al.text-documentspeech

The FAME project: new approaches to unlock REE by-product potential of greisen, pegmatite and skarn ores

Geokompetenzzentrum Freiberg, Germany; GEOS, Germany

Eimear DEADY et al.text-documentspeech

Rare Earth Element resources in bauxites: a case study from central Anatolia, Turkey, British Geological Survey, U.K.

text-documentspeechFrances WALL (for Sam BROOM-FENDLEY et al.)

REE distribution of carbonate-fluorapatite from the Kovdor and Sokli carbonatites (Russia and Finland)

University of Exeter, UK

text-documentEvangelos MOUCHOS et al.

Rare Earth Element-Enriched Bauxites Of Parnassus-Giona, Greece,

University of Bristol, UK; University of Exeter, UK

 

 

10:50

11:15

Coffee Break
Session ll

11:15

13:30

Session llA (Main Hall)

REE separation technologies

Chairs: Prof. Vladimiros PAPANGELAKIS (UoT),  Prof. Yavuz TOPKAYA (METU)

Session llB (Hall B)

European REE resources (2)

Chairs: Kathryn GOODENOUGH(BGS),  Maria Isabel PAIVIA (IST)

11:15

11:30

text-documentspeechFrank DIEKMANN1, Carsten DITTRICH1

Processing of pure praseodymium and neodymium oxide from kvanefjeld medium rare earth elements separation operation

1 MEAB Chemie Technik GmbH, Germany

text-documentÉimear DEADY1, Alicja LACINSKA1, Richard A. SHAW1 and Kathryn GOODENOUGH1

By-product rare earth element deposits: the Ҫanakli REE placer deposit, Turkey

1 British Geological Survey, UK

11:30

11:45

text-documentspeechGulaim A. SEISENBAEVA1, Elizabeth POLIDO LEGARIA1, Vadim G. KESSLER1

Molecular recognition technology for extraction and separation of REE: influence of the ligand nature

1 SLU BioCenter, Sweden

text-documentspeechAlvar SOESOO1, Kalle KIRSIMÄE1

Estonian paleozoic shelly phosphorites as a new potential REE resource for Europe

1 University of Tartu, Estonia

11:45

12:00

text-documentspeechVadim G. KESSLER1, Elizabeth POLIDO LEGARIA1, Michail Samouchos1, Gulaim A. SEISENBAEVA1

Role of the cation in REE adsorption applying molecular recognition technology

1 SLU BioCenter, Sweden

text-documentspeechJose MANGAS1, L. Á. QUEVEDO-GONZÁLEZ1, I. MENÉNDEZ1, E. TAULER2, J. MÉNDEZ-RAMOS3, P. ACOSTA-MORA3, M. CAMPENY2

“Reesearch” exploration of critical elements in Europe: REE-bearing mineral sources at oceanic intraplate volcanic islands and seamounts on the Canary Islands (Spain)

1 Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,  Spain; 2 Universitat de Barcelona, Spain;

3 Universidad de La Laguna, Spain

12:00

12:15

text-documentspeechElizabeth  POLIDO LEGARIA1, Vadim G. KESSLER1, Gulaim A. SEISENBAEVA1

Magnetic nanoadsorbents for extraction and separation of REE: conventional behaviour and novel method for enhanced performance.

1 SLU BioCenter, Sweden

text-documentspeechMartiya SADEGHI1, Erik JONSSON1,2, Nikolaos ARVANITIDIS1, Torbjörn BERGMAN1

Critical minerals and metals in Sweden: a Review

1 Geological Survey of Sweden, Sweden; 2 Uppsala University, Sweden

12:15

12:30

text-documentspeechMercedes REGADÍO1, Koen BINNEMANS1

Separation of rare earths by mixtures of an ionic liquid and a neutral extractant

1 KU Leuven, Belgium

text-documentspeechGuillaume BERTRAND1, Daniel CASSARD1, Mario BILLA1, Jean-Michel ANGEL1, François TERTRE1, Bruno TOURLIERE1

Predictive assessment of rare earth occurrences in Europe using the database querying method

1 BRGM,  France

12:30

12:45

text-documentRaquel RODRÍGUEZ VARELA1, Kerstin FORSBERG1, Joaquín MARTÍNEZ de la CRUZ1, Åke RASMUSON1

Comparative performance of Emulsion Pertraction Technology (EPT) and hollow fibre renewal liquid membrane (HFRLM) for REE extraction

1 KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

text-documentJindrich KYNICKY1, Wenlei SONG1, Dalibor VŠIANSKY1, Radka FRYZOVA1, Martin BRTNICKY1,Cheng XU2, Martin SMITH3

REE occurrence reality in ion adsorption deposits of China – a missing information and solution for successful REE exploration of residual weathered crusts in EU

1 Mendel University, Czech Republic; 2 Institute of Earth and Space Sciences, China;

3 University of Brighton, UK

12:45

13:00

text-documentspeechSabina MATUSKA, Anna DANCZAK, Maja WELNA, Ida CHOJNACKA, Anna LESNIEWICZ, Kamila MARCOLA, Zbigniew ADAMSKI, Leszek RYCERZ

Hydrothermal precipitation of lanthanide sulphates and iron compounds from leach solutions

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

text-documentspeechM. Isabel DIAS1, M. Isabel PRUDENCIO1, M. Isabel PAIVA1, Daniela LOBARINHAS 2, Edgar CARVALHO 2

Material source analyses and geochemistry about two REE secondary deposits in northern Portugal

1 C2TN. Campus Tecnológico e Nuclear. Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal; 2  EDM , Lisboa, Portugal

13:00

13:15

Q & A Q & A
Intensified Poster Session 13:15

13:30

Ellen Cristine GIESE et al.text-documentspeech

Lanthanide separation by chemically modified bacteria biomass,

Centre for Mineral Technology, CETEM, Brazil

Hervé MUHR et al.text-documentspeech

Intensification of precipitation for REE processing,

Laboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés – CNRS, Université de Lorraine, France

Kirsten REMMEN et al.text-documentspeech

Selective CRM recovery from acidic solutions by nanofiltration

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland

Raquel VERGARA et al.text-documentspeech

MATAMULAS rare earth project in Spain

Quantum Minería, Madrid, Spain

Andreas Boerner et al.text-documentspeech

Investigations of REE-containing heavy mineral resources in marine sands of southwestern Baltic sea – the joint research project “SEESAND”

State Geological Survey, Germany

Martiya SADEGHI et al.text-document

REE mineralisation in Sweden: old, new, and future prospects

Geological Survey of Sweden, Sweden

13:30

14:30

Lunch Break
 
Session lll

14:30

16:10

Session lll A (Main Hall)

REE separation technologies (2)

Chairs: Prof. Vadim Kessler (SLU), Prof. Teodora RETEGEN (Chalmers)

Session lll B (Hall B)

REE resources beyond Europe

Chairs: Nikolaos ARVANITIDIS (SGU), Dimitrios ELIOPOULOS (IGME)

14:30

14:45

Guillaume MOSSAND1, Damien RINSANT1, Marie-Thérèse DUCHESNE1, Manuel MIGUIRDITCHIAN1,  Eugen ANDREIADIS1

ENHANCED Extraction of rare earth elements by novel tuned diglycolamides

1 CEA, French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, France

text-documentspeechMarcos Flavio DE CAMPOS1

Rare earths: research and resources in Brazil

1 Federal Fluminense University, Brazil

14:45

15:00

text-documentspeechFrank CHEUK1, Georgiana MOLDOVEANU1, Vladimiros PAPANGELAKIS1

Lanthanum oxalate precipitation from sulphate solutions in the presence of aluminum impurity

1 University of Toronto, Canada

text-documentspeechDaniel ATENCIO 1, Andrezza A. AZZI1, Marcelo B. ANDRADE1

Rare-earth Brazilian type-minerals

1 University of São Paulo, Brazil

15:00

15:15

text-documentspeechSimona SOBEKOVA FOLTOVA, Tom VANDER HOOGERSTRAETE, Koen BINNEMANS

Samarium/Cobalt separation by solvent extraction with ionic liquids

KU Leuven, Department of Chemistry, Heverlee, Belgium

text-documentspeechEva MARQUIS1, Guillaume ESTRADE2, Kathryn GOODENOUGH3, Martin SMITH1 and Peter NASON1

A natural laboratory for ion adsorption-type REE deposits: the Ambohimirahavavy alkaline complex in northwest Madagascar

1 University of Brighton, UK; 2 Géosciences Environnement Toulouse, France; 3 British Geological Survey, UK

15:15

15:30

text-documentspeechMarino GERGORIC1, Christian EKBERG1, Britt-Marie STEENARI1, Teodora RETEGAN1

Organic phase optimization in solvent extraction of rare earth elements from neodymium magnet leachates

1 Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

text-documentspeechGuillaume ESTRADE1, Eva MARQUIS2, Peter NASON2, Kathryn GOODENOUGH3 and Martin SMITH2

Formation of ion-adsorption deposits: a new example of REE-mineralized regolith in the Ambohimirahavavy complex, Madagascar.

1 Géosciences Environnement Toulouse, France; 2 School of Environment and Technology, University of Brighton, UK;  3 British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, UK

15:30

15:45

text-documentspeechYiğit ALTINSEL1, Emre ALTUN2, Yavuz Ali TOPKAYA2, M. Ümit ATALAY2, Şerif KAYA2

Loading Behaviours of Nickel, Cobalt and Scandium on Different Types of Resin

1 META Nikel Kobalt A.S. Ankara, Turkey; 2 Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey

Q & A
15:45

15:55

Q & A Q & A
Intensified Poster Session 15:55

16:10

Wenzhong ZHANG et al.text-documentspeech

Ion Exchange Behaviour of Scandium(III) on Crystalline Layered α-Titanium Phosphates: Effect of Sodium Nitrate Addition

University of Helsinki, Finland

Jouko VEPSÄLÄINEN et al.speech

CH Collector, a new method for selective scandium recovery

University of Eastern Finland, Finland; Geological Survey of Finland

 

 

 

 

text-documentspeechDelia CANGELOSI et al.: Role of hydrothermal activity in REE mineralisation at the Okorusu alkaline igneous-carbonatite complex, Namibia, University of Leeds, UK; University of Brighton, UK

text-documentspeechAndrezza A. AZZI et al.: Rare earth minerals from Poços de Caldas alkaline province, Brazil,  University of São Paulo, Brazil

text-documentspeechMarcelo B. ANDRADE et al.: Eudialyte group minerals from Poços de Caldas alkaline massif, minas gerais, Brazil,

University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

text-documentspeechPhillip L. HELLMAN : Rare Earth Element Deposits – aspects of their evaluation, diversity, geochemistry and genesis, H&S Consultants Pty Ltd, Australia

16:10

16:30

Coffee Break
Session lV

16:30

18:30

Session lV (Main Hall)

REE sustainability

Chairs: Antonis POLITIS (NTUA), Bertil GRUNDFELT (KEMAKTA)

16:30

16:45

text-documentspeechJames KENNEDY1

Resource abundance & establishing a multi-national rare earth value chain

1 President, ThREE Consulting, USA

16:45

17:00

text-documentspeechRobert PELL1, Frances WALL1, Xiaoyu YAN1

Incorporating criticality into life cycle sustainability assessments: a review of methods and methodological issues for its application to rare earth production

1 University of Exeter, UK

17:00

17:15

text-documentspeechSotiris KAMENOPOULOS1, Prof. Kostas KOMNITSAS1, Prof. Zach AGIOUTANTIS2

A historical comparison and two global market mechanisms to overcome Rare Earth Elements market manipulation

1 Technical University of Crete, Greece; 2 University of Kentucky, USA

17:15

17:30

text-documentspeechMarc SCHMID1

The race for independence in rare earths supply: Networks and evolving supply structures in Japan

1 Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg,  Germany

17:30

17:45

text-documentspeechGeorge  BARAKOS1, Jens  GUTZMER 2, Helmut  Mischo1

Investigating the realistic perspectives of the global rare earth mining industry

1 TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany; 2 Helmholtz- Zentrum Dresden- Rossendorf, Germany

17:45

18:00

text-documentRita SCHULZE1,2, Aida ABBASALIZADEH 3, Matthias BUCHERT1

Estimating environmental impacts associated with a one-step recycling process to extract rare earths from end-of-life Nd-Fe-B magnets

1 Öko-Institut e.V., Germany;  2 Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; 3 Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

18:00

18:15

text-documentGwendolyn BAILEY1, Benjamin SPRECHER2, Wim DEWULF3, Karel VAN ACKER1

Comparative life cycle assessment of NdFeB and SmCo: a case study of permanent magnet motors

1 Department of Materials Engineering, KU Leuven, Belgium,2  School of Forestry and Environmental Sciences, New Haven, United States, 3Department of Mechanical Engineering, KU Leuven, Belgium

18:15

18:30

Iuliana POENARU1, 2, Alexandru  LIXANDRU1, 2, Konrad GÜTH1, Roland GAUß1, Oliver GUTFLEISCH2,

Light rare-earths substitution in rapidly solidified Nd2Fe14B-based alloys for resource-efficient permanent magnets fabrication

1 Fraunhofer ISC, Germany; 2 Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

18:30 Q & A
Tuesday 30 May 2017
Session V

08:15

10:150

Session V A (Main Hall)

REE from Industrial by-products

Chairs:  Prof. Dimitrios PANIAS (NTUA), Prof. Viktoria FEIGL (BME)

Session V B (Hall B)

REE magnet recycling

Chairs:  Peter Tom JONES (KU Leuven), Lourder YURRAMENDI (Technalia)

08:15

08:30

text-documentspeechCarlos AYORA1, Francisco MACÍAS2, Carlos R. CANOVAS2

Acid mine drainage: a small but sustainable source of rare earth elements

1 Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research, CSIC, Spain, 2 University of Huelva, Spain

text-documentOliver DIEHL1, Eva BROUWER1, Mario SCHÖNFELDT1, Almut DIRKS1, Karsten RACHUT1, Jürgen GASSMANN1, Konrad GÜTH1, Alexander BUCKOW1, Rudolf STAUBER1, Oliver GUTFLEISCH1,2

Approaches and progress in recycling of Nd-Fe-B sintered magnets

1 Fraunhofer ISC, Germany ; 2 Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

08:30

08:45

text-documentspeechLev FILIPPOV1, Quentin DEHAINE1, Inna FILIPPOVA1

Recovery of rare earths and rare metals minerals from the waste stream of industrial mineral processing.

1 University of Lorraine, France

text-documentAlexandru LIXANDRU1,2, Iuliana POENARU1,2, Konrad GÜTH1, Roland GAUß1, Oliver GUTFLEISCH1,2

Recycling of Nd-Fe-B scrap permanent magnets via hydrogen processing

1 Fraunhofer ISC, Germany; 2 Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

08:45

09:00

text-documentSable REID1, Mugdha WALAWALKAR1, Gisele AZIMI1

Valorization of rare earth-containing landfilled stocks of industrial process residues: phosphogypsum and red mud

1 University of Toronto, Canada

text-documentspeechChristian JÖNSSON1, Lydia PICKERING1, Andy BRADSHAW1, Vicky MANN1, Allan WALTON1

Extraction of Nd-Fe-B magnets from automotive rotors using hydrogen

1 University of Birmingham, UK

09:00

09:15

text-documentMichael HASCHKE1, Bernd FRIEDRICH2, Srecko STOPIC2, Dimitris PANIAS3, Petra SCHNEIDER4, Carsten DITTRICH5, Giuseppe MODOLO6

Phosphogypsum as source of REE and NORM

1 DMT GmbH & Co KG, Germany; 2 RWTH Aachen University, Germany; 3 NTUA, Greece;

4 University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg-Stendal, Germany; 5 MEAB Chemie Technik GmbH, Germany; 6 Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany

text-documentspeechMehmet Ali Recai ÖNAL1, Emir AKTAN2, Chenna Rao BORRA1, Bart BLANPAIN1, Tom Van GERVEN1, Muxing GUO1

Recycling of NdFeB magnets with nitration-calcination-water leaching

1 KU Leuven, Belgium; 2 Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

09:15

09:25

Q & A Q & A
09:25

09:40

text-documentspeechSebastiaan PEELMAN, Jilt SIETSMA, Yongxiang YANG

Hydrometallurgical recovery of rare earth elements from mine tailings and WEEE

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

text-documentspeechAnna  DANCZAK, Sabina MATUSKA, Maja WELNA, Ida CHOJNACKA, Anna LESNIEWICZ, Kamila MARCOLA, Zbigniew ADAMSKI, Pawel POHL, Leszek RYCERZ

Leaching of rare earth elements from NdFeB magnets

Department of Chemistry, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

 

09:40

09:55

text-documentspeechSimon GREGORY1, Megan BARNETT1, Barbara PALUMBO-ROE1

Exploring the potential of bioprocessing for the recovery of rare earth elements

1 British Geological Survey, UK

Prakash VENKATESAN1, Zhi SUN2, Jilt SIETSMA1, Yongxiang YANG1

An electrochemical approach to recover valuable elements from NdFeB magnet waste

1 TU Delft, The Netherlands; 2 National Engineering Laboratory for Hydrometallurgical Cleaner Production Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

09:55

10:10

text-documentspeechZeinab CHOUR1, Baptiste LAUBIE1, Laurence Muhr1, Marie-Odile SIMONNOT1

Agromining of rare earth elements: the recovery from secondary resources by plants

1 Université de Lorraine, France

text-documentspeechSofía RIAÑO1, Koen BINNEMANS1

Ionic-liquid-based processes for the recovery of neodymium and dysprosium from used NdFeB magnets

1 KU Leuven, Belgium

10:10

10:25

text-documentspeechMahmood ALEMRAJABI1, Kerstin FORSBERG1, Kivanc KORKMAZ1, Åke RASMUSON1

Dephosphorization and impurity removal from rare earth phosphate concentrate

1 KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

text-documentspeechJunhua XU1, Risto KOIVULA1, Risto HARJULA1

Recovery of Nd (III) and Dy(III) from a ternary Co-Nd-Dy system by amorphous zirconium phosphate

1 University of Helsinki, Finland

10:25

10:35

Q & A Q & A
Intensified Poster Session 10:35

10:50

text-documentspeechMarcus HEILMANN et al. : Biosorption as a tool for preconcentration of highly diluted rare earth elements from wastewaters; Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

text-documentspeechEster TORRES et al. : REE accumulation in residues from acid mine water treatment

Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research, Spain

text-documentspeechDenis SMYSHLIAEV et al. :Recovery of rare earth elements and scandium as side products of uranium and phosphates; Institute of Physics and Technology Ural Federal University, Russia

text-documentspeechOlga SAYKINA et al. : Extracting rare-earth metals from technogenic raw material – phosphogypsum and luminophor waste;  State scientific-research and design Institute of rare metals “Giredmet”, Russia

text-documentspeechLuca CIACCI et al.

Potential for improving neodymium and europium recycling in the EU

University of Bologna, Italy

 

text-documentspeechMartina OREFICE et al.

Recycling of NdFeB magnets by high-temperature leaching with the ionic liquid [HBET][TF2N]

KU Leuven, Belgium

 

 

10:50

11:15

Coffee Break
Session Vl

11:15

13:30

Session Vl A  (Main Hall)

REE from bauxite residue

Chairs:  Prof. Maria TAXIARCOU (NTUA), Vicky VASSILIADOU (AoG)

Session Vl B  (Hall B)

REE metal production

Chairs:  Prof. Bernd FRIEDRICH (RWTH), Kagya NYANNIN (LCM)

11:15

11:30

text-documentspeechTheopisti LYMPEROPOULOU1, Lamprini-Areti TSAKANIKA1, Klaus-Michael OCHSENKÜHN1, Maria OCHSENKÜHN-PETROPOULOU1

Optimization of mineral acids leaching process for the recovery of rare earth elements from Greek red mud

1 National Technical University of Athens, Greece

text-documentspeechAna Maria MARTINEZ1, Karen SENDE OSEN1, Anne STØRE1, Henrik GUDBRANDSEN1, Asbjørn SOLHEIM1, Ole KJOS1, Thor Anders AARHAUG1, Camilla SOMMERSETH1

Sustainable electrolytic production of rare earth metals and alloys

1 SINTEF Materials and Chemistry,Norway

11:30 text-documentÉva UJACZKI1,2, Yannick S. ZIMMERMANN1,3, Christoph A. GASSER1,3, Mónika MOLNÁR2, Viktória FEIGL2, Markus LENZ1,4

Potential for critical raw materials recovery from Hungarian red mud

1 University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland;

2 Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary; 3 RWTH Aachen University, Germany; 4 Wageningen University, The Netherlands

text-documentspeechKsenija MILICEVIC1, Thomas MEYER1, Bernd FRIEDRICH1

Influence of the electrolyte composition on the molten salt electrolysis of didymium

1 RWTH Aachen University, Germany

11:45

12:00

text-documentspeechPanagiotis DAVRIS1, Danai MARINOU1, Efthymios BALOMENOS1-2, Alexandra ALEXANDRI1, Maria GREGOU1, Dimitrios PANIAS1 and Ioannis PASPALIARIS1

Ionometallurgy applied on low grade European REE resources. Case study of leaching Bauxite residue from Greece and Rödberg ore from Norway with the ionic liquid HbetTf2N.

1 National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2 Aluminium of Greece, Greece

text-documentspeechJoão Batista FERREIRA NETO, Fernando José Gomez LANDGRAF, Gerhard ETT, Célia Aparecida Lino SANTOS, André Luis Nunis SILVA, João Ricardo Filipini SILVEIRA, Fabiana Yamasaki Martins, Maciel Santos LUZ

Reduction of Didymium oxide produced in Araxá, Brazil

Institute for Technological Research of Sao Paulo State – IPT, Brazil

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12:15

text-documentspeechKonstantinos HATZILYBERIS1, Theopisti LYMPEROPOULOU1, Lamprini-Areti TSAKANIKA1, Klaus OCHSENKUEHN1, Paraskevas GEORGIOU1, Maria OCHSENKUEHN-PETROPOULOU1

Design aspects of a selective leaching process for scandium recovery from bauxite residue

1 National Technical University of Athens, Greece

text-documentspeechEvangelos BOURBOS1, Ioanna GIANNOPOULOU1, Antonis KARANTONIS1, Ioannis PASPALIARIS1, Dimitris PANIAS1

Study of the electrodeposition of neodymium from BMPTFSI ionic liquid with the use of complexing agents.

1 National Technical University of Athens, Greece

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12:30

text-documentspeechJohannes VIND1, Päärn PAISTE2, Alan H. Tkaczyk2 Vicky VASSILIADOU1, Dimitrios PANIAS3

The behaviour of Scandium in the Bayer process

1 Aluminium of Greece, Greece; 2 University of Tartu, Estonia; 3 National Technical University of Athens, Greece

text-documentspeechAida ABBASALIZADEH1, Seshadri SEETHARAMAN2, Jilt SIETSMA1 and Yongxiang YANG1

Electrochemical extraction of rare earth metals from rare earth oxides using a novel reactive anode

1 Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2 Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

12:30

12:45

text-documentspeechŞerif KAYA1,2, Bengi YAGMURLU1,2, Carsten DITTRICH 2, Bernd FRIEDRICH1

Potential of scandium supply from ores and industrial products in the near future

1 RWTH Aachen, Germany; 2 MEAB Chemie Technik GmbH, Germany

text-documentspeechJohannes  ÖHL1,2

Challenges in electrolysis of neodymium in chloride melts at 500 °C

1 University of Stuttgart, Germany;  2 Fraunhofer IPA, Germany

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text-documentspeechAlba GOMEZ-ARIAS1,2, Julio CASTILLO1, Megan WELMAN-PURCHASE3,  Maleke MALEKE1, Esta VAN HEERDEN1

Novel strategy to concentrate rare earth elements by neutralization of acid drainage from phosphogypsum stacks using carbonatites

1 Department of Microbial, Biochemical and Food Biotechnology, University of the Free State (UFS), South Africa; 2 Institute for Groundwater Studies, UFS.; 3 Department of Geology, UFS.

text-documentspeechAlexander ARNOLD, Ksenija MILICEVIC, Frederic BRINKMANN, Bernd FRIEDRICH

Metallothermic Scandium Production – A Thermochemical Study

RWTH Aachen University, IME Metallurgische Prozesstechnik und Metallrecycling, Aachen, Germany

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13:15

Q & A Q & A
Intensified Poster Session

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13:30

Éva UJACZKI et al.text-document

Systematic approach to harness the potential of CRM secondary sources on the example of red mud

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary.

Bengi YAGMURLU et al.text-documentspeech

A sustainable alternative for scandium concentrate refining from redmud leachates by a selective precipitation method

MEAB Chemie Technik GmbH, Aachen

Chiara BONOMI et al.text-documentspeech

Correlation of scandium and titanium during leaching of bauxite residue (red mud) by an Imidazolium Ionic Liquid

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Viktória FEIGL et al.text-documentspeech

Re-usability of critical raw materials recovery residues from Hungarian red mud

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary.

Yongxiang YANG (for Xiaoling Guo)text-documentspeech

Dissolution Behaviour of Neodymium oxide Particles in Molten Fluorides

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

 

Sander VAN ASPEREN et al.text-documentspeech

Lab facilites for metallurgical and recycling research at TU Delft

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13:30

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Lunch Break
Session Vll

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16:30

Session Vll A (Main Hall)

REE from urban mining

Chairs:  Ben EADE (JM), Serena SGARIOTO (Relight)

Session Vll B (Hall B)

REE analytical techniques & thermodynamics

Chairs:  Prof. Maria Ochsenkuehn – Petropoulou (NTUA), Miranda KEITH-ROACH (Kemakta)

14:30

14:45

text-documentspeechBernd  KOPACEK1

Mobile hydrometallurgy to recover rare and precious metals from WEEE

1 Austrian Society for Systems Engineering and Automation, Austria

text-documentspeechSander Arnout1, Iuliana Poenaru2,3, Thu Hoai Le4, Konrad Güth2, Roland Gauss2, Oliver Gutfleisch2,3, Bart Blanpain4, Els Nagels1

State of the thermodynamic knowledge of systems with rare earth elements

1 InsPyro NV, Belgium; 2 Fraunhofer ISC, Germany; 3  Technical University Darmstadt, Germany;

4  KU Leuven, Belgium

14:45

15:00

text-documentLourdes YURRAMENDI1, Federica FORTE2, Carmen Del Río1, Rocco LAGIOIA3, Torsten MÜLLER4, Serena SGARIOTO5, Koen BINNEMANS2

Recovery of rare earths from e-waste residues for production of high-performance REE-Mg alloys

1 TECNALIA, Parque Tecnológico de San Sebastián, Spain; 2 KU Leuven, Belgium; 3 ITRB Group,Cyprus; 4 Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT), Germany; 5 RELIGHT srl, Italy

text-documentspeechSergio. SANCHEZ-SEGADO1, Sebastien LECTEZ1, Stephen STACKHOUSE1, John HARDING2, Animesh JHA1

Predictive thermodynamics of rare earth salts: enthalpy of formation

1 University of Leeds, UK; 2 University of Sheffield, UK

15:00

15:15

text-documentspeechSteff VAN LOY1, Koen BINNEMANS2, Tom VAN GERVEN1

Recycling of rare earths from lamp phosphor waste: enhanced dissolution of LaPO4:Ce3+,Tb3+ by mechanical activation

1 KU Leuven,Heverlee, Belgium

text-documentspeechChristian ADAM1, Oliver KRÜGER1

Challenges in analyzing Rare Earth Elements in different waste matrices to determine recovery potentials

1 Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Germany

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text-documentspeechInna FILIPPOVA1, Lev FILIPPOV1

Recovery of rare earth phosphors from residual glass powders of waste fluorescent lamps

1 University of Lorraine, France

text-documentspeechAlexandra ALEXANDRI, Maria GREGOU, Ioanna GIANNOPOULOU, Dimitrios PANIAS, Ioannis PASPALIARIS

Development of an analytical method for the determination of rare earth elements in ionic liquid samples by ICP-MS

1 National Technical University of Athens, Greece

15:30

15:45

text-documentspeechSrecko STOPIC1, Bernd FRIEDRICH1

High purity Y2O3 recovery from spent investment cast linings

1 RWTH Aachen, Germany

text-documentspeechZengwu ZHAO1, Zhuang MA1, Xuefeng ZHANG1, Wenfei WU1

Crystallization behaviors of CaO-SiO2-CeO2-CaF2 system using confocal laser scanning microscopy

1 Inner Mongolia University of Science and Technology, China

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Q & A Q & A
Intensified Poster Session 15:55

16:10

text-documentFederica FORTE et al. : Integrated flow sheet for the recovery of rare earths from CRTs and lamp phosphor waste, KU Leuven, Belgium

text-documentspeechKivanc KORKMAZ et al. :Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Spent NiMH HEV Batteries via Selective Roasting and Water Leaching, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

text-documentspeechChenna Rao BORRA et al. :Characterisation of glass polishing waste samples,  Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

text-documentspeechSven DEWILDE et al.: Characterization of end-of-life resin-bonded NdFeB magnets,  KU Leuven, Belgium

text-documentSomayeh VEYSEH :Analysis of trace and rare earth elements for soil sample from north western region of Iran by ICP-MS and discussing the distribution by geochemometrics, Applied Geological Research Center of Iran, Iran

text-documentspeechJohanna STRANDH :REE-dogs and above…, Hundhjälpen, Sweden

 

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Coffee Break
Plenary Closing Session (Main Hall)

Chairs: Efthymios  BALOMENOS (NTUA),  Per KALVIG (GEUS)

16:30

16:50

text-documentspeechKeynote Presentation 8

Kathryn GOODENOUGH1, Per KALVIG2, Diogo ROSA2 & the EURARE WP1 team

Primary European REE resources: an overview

1 British Geological Survey, UK; 2 Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark

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17:10

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Daniel Cassard1, François Tertre1, Guillaume Bertrand1, Frands Schjøth2, Tjerk Heijboer2, Martin Podboj3

Insights on the EURARE integrated knowledge management system (IKMS) on European REE data

1 Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières (BRGM), France; 2 Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), Denmark; 3 Geological Survey of Slovenia (GeoZS), Slovenia

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Daniel VOSSENKAUL
, Srecko STOPIC1Bernd FRIEDRICH1Gel avoidance in leaching of high silica containing ores – a case study for eudialyte concentrates Director, IME Metallurgical Processing and Recycling, RWTH Aachen University
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text-documentspeechKeynote Presentation 11

Damien KREBS

Sustainable Production of Rare Earths in Greenland

Metallurgy Manager at Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd.

17:50

18:10

Keynote Presentation 12

text-documentYongxiang YANGspeech

REE recovery from NdFeB permanent magnet scrap: challenges and opportunities in Europe

Group Metals Production, Refining and Recycling – Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

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speechKeynote Presentation 13

Serena SGARIOTO, Bibiana FERRARI

How an Italian SME can recover rare earths from E-Waste

RELIGHT srl, Italy

18:30

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speechKeynote Presentation 14

Karen HANGHØJ

The EIT RawMaterials KIC

18:50

19:00

Efthymios BALOMENOS

Points for discussion : A Roadmap for the European REE industryspeech

National Technical University of Athens, School of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, Greece

19:00

19:30

speechRound Table Discussion (All key note speakers)

A Roadmap for the European REE industry

19:30

19:40

Mattia PELLEGRINI

Closing Remarks

DG Grow, European Commission