MatER Study Center organises its 4th Meeting on Innovations & Technologies in Waste Recovery. The event arises from the fundamental goal of MatER, that is providing a thorough, objective representation of technologies and policies for material and energy recovery from waste, thereby contributing to move toward sustainable waste management. The Meeting aims at being an update on latest trends in Sustainable Waste Management, dealing with regulatory, strategic and technical-scientific aspects.
The event is organised with the scientific support of DICA (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering) and Energy Department of Politecnico di Milano.
The 2-days Meeting will comprise oral and poster presentations over these indicative subjects:
- Innovative Municipal Solid Waste treatment technologies
- Material and energy recovery from waste
- Biobased industry and residual valorization
- Environmental sustainability and circular economy
- Normative and economic framework
- Waste management and its sociological issues
The third (optional) day of the event will include a technical visit to a waste management plant located in the northern part of Italy to be announced soon.
With the 4th edition of the conference it has been our ambition strengthening the link of the applied research with industry. For this reason we have set 2 twin calls, equally evaluated but addressed to two different bodies.
Independently from the type of call selected, submitted abstracts will be evaluated according to their innovation and scientific value and will be selected for presentation as oral communications or posters. All the works selected will be collected then in the proceedings of the Meeting and provided to all participants.
31st October 2018 – CALL for Abstracts OPENING
18th January 2019 – CALL for Abstracts CLOSING EXTENDED to 31st January 2019!
13th March 2019 – Participants Registration OPENING
15th April 2019 – Early-Bird Registration CLOSING
27th-28th May 2019 – 4° MatER MEETING
The scientific committee, who will evaluate and select the abstracts collected through the call, is composed by representatives of the academic world from different countries, in accordance with the prospect of a national and international collaboration of the MatER Study Center.
The members of the scientific committee have an heterogeneous background and a multi-year experience in the field of waste recovery research, aimed to carry out a exhaustive review of the work.
The MatER Study Center is a project of LEAP established in 2010 with the fundamental goal of providing a thorough, unbiased representation of technologies and policies for material and energy recovery from waste, thereby contributing to move toward sustainable waste management.