Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology



Zagreb  /  2-3 April 2019


Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology



Zagreb  /  2-3 April 2019



Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology



Zagreb  /  2-3 April 2019


Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology




Zagreb  /  2-3 April 2019


Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology



Zagreb  /  2-3 April 2019

Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology


Zagreb  /  2-3 April 2019


Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology


Zagreb /  2-3 April 2019


Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology




Zagreb /  2-3 April 2019


Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology




Zagreb /  2-3 April 2019


Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology




Zagreb /  2-3 April 2019


Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology




Zagreb /  2-3 April 2019

Technology Critical Elements – Sources, Chemistry and Toxicology


Zagreb /  2-3 April 2019

Why TCEs?

Trace elements, including the PGE (platinum group elements), REE (rare earth elements), and others like Nb, Ta, Ga, In, Ge and Te, are often referred to as technology critical elements or TCEs. The rate of their production and utilisation has particularly increased through their use in high-tech applications. The possible environmental and (eco)toxicological implications of this trend is the object of the EU COST action NOTICE.

Scope

Contributions dealing with natural and anthropogenic fluxes of technology-critical elements, including development of new sources, reactivity and mobility in different environmental compartments, analytical challenges, and potential exposure pathways and influences on biota are wellcome. Field, laboratory and computational studies are all within the scope of the meeting. We also look for stakeholderes prespectives including condirerations of suitable regulations and  gap of knowledg that  should be  considered.

More

This meeting is for you if

  • you are working on analytical, environmental, biological or industrial issues related to TCEs
  • you are interested in the fate, impact and behavior of TCEs
  • you are like to meet the TCEs network evolved within and around  the NOTICE COST action  

Speakers

Programme

Day 1
01 Apr 2019
Day 2
02 Apr 2019
Day 3
03 Apr 2019

Ice breaker

08:30-09:00

Registration

09:00-09:20

Opening

10:25-10:45

Coffee Break

12:00-14:00

Lunch Break

14:35-15:00

Coffee Break

POSTER SESSION

19:30 -

Dinner

SESSION 5 Less studied TCEs 2

10:35-11:00

Coffee Break

12:00-14:00

Lunch break

15:20-15:50

Coffee Break

SESSION 8 General TCEs 2

Location

Hotel Academia, 88 Tkalčićeva Street, Zagreb, Croatia
Hotel Academia, 88 Tkalčićeva Street, Zagreb, Croatia

Recent News

Special issue

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