EMSF 2023 is the 19th European meeting on Supercritical Fluids organized by the International Society for the Advancement of Supercritical Fluids. This edition is chaired by Prof. Edit Székely from Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

The theme of the conference is Supercritical fluids for the European Green Deal. EMSF2023 plans to bring together the members of the supercritical community for an in-person conference in scenic Budapest, between 21-24 May 2023.

The scientific program will include but is not limited to the following areas:

  • Fluid properties, phase equilibria, thermodynamics, heat transfer etc.
  • Energetic applications
  • Safe and sustainable by design (SSbD), reactions, green chemistry
  • Nature-based solutions (NBS), biomass utilization
  • Application-oriented (e.g. food, natural health, pharmaceutical, medical) research
  • Extra high pressure (over 50 MPa)
  • Novel materials, particle formation and nanotechnology
  • Waste valorization and recycling, including polymers
  • Membranes and analytical techniques
  • Technology, process intensification, scale up
  • Regulation, policy and funding

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The 17th European Congress and Exhibition on Advanced Materials and Processes – FEMS EUROMAT 2023, will be held in Frankfurt am Main (Germany), 03 – 07 September 2023. The congress venue will be the Goethe-University’s new Westend Campus.

FEMS EUROMAT 2023 is the premier international congress for the latest advancements in materials science and technology. Join leading experts, researchers and innovators with academic and industrial backgrounds from around the globe to share cutting-edge research and network with industry leaders.

The congress’s ambition is to organise a memorable and successful event in the tradition of previous FEMS EUROMAT editions and to offer delegates many opportunities to engage in discussions, build new and strengthen existing partnerships and collaborations within and outside Europe.

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Several EU funded projects were clustering together on the 14th of November 2022 at the Raw Materials Week in Brussels to present their objectives and activities related to the recovery and production of raw materials for battery applications from European resources. The clustering event was open for anyone interested in learning about the key activities in this field. Topics covered by those projects ranged from EV batteries dismantling and reuse, to the recovery of materials such as cobalt, nickel, manganese, graphite, lithium and others from secondary as well as primary resources available in Europe.

This clustering event was organised by the CROCODILERHINOCEROS and LICORNE EU-funded projects with the participation of the BATRAWRESPECTRELiEF, FREE4LIB and ENICON EU-funded projects.

These projects represent an emerging innovation ecosystem in Europe which encompasses nearly 100 organizations driving the recycling of batteries and the production of raw materials for battery applications from primary and secondary resources available in Europe.

Proceedings of the workshop