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All these people belong to the "exergoecology community" and have contributed to the development of this portal.

Prof. Jan Szargut


Institute of Thermal Technology
Silesian University of Technology - ITC
(Gliwice, Poland)

Prof. Antonio Valero Capilla


Centre of Research for Energy Resources and Consumption - CIRCE
University of Zaragoza
(Zaragoza, Spain)

Dr. Wojciech Stanek


Institute of Thermal Technology
Silesian University of Technology - ITC
(Gliwice, Poland)

Dr. Alicia Valero Delgado


Centre of Research for Energy Resources and Consumption - CIRCE
University of Zaragoza
(Zaragoza, Spain)


Dr. Amaya Martínez Gracia


Centre of Research for Energy Resources and Consumption - CIRCE
University of Zaragoza
(Zaragoza, Spain)


Dr. César Torres Cuadra


Centre of Research for Energy Resources and Consumption - CIRCE
University of Zaragoza
(Zaragoza, Spain)


M. Comp. Sc. Stefan Bielenberg


Chief Technology Officer - ULYSEA S.L.
Computer Science and Energy
(Zaragoza, Spain)



Dr. Philippe Vieillard

C.N.R.S. Research Director
Hydrasa-Argiles-Sols-Altération
University of Poitiers
(Poitiers, France)



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Created by aliciavd
Last modified 2014-01-24 09:26 AM
New book: Thanatia

Thanatia: The Destiny of the Earth's Mineral Resources

Thanatia: The Destiny of the Earth's Mineral Resources

A Thermodynamic Cradle-to-Cradle Assessment by (author): Antonio Valero Capilla (CIRCE — Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain), Alicia Valero Delgado (CIRCE — Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)

Is Gaia becoming Thanatia, a resource exhausted planet? For how long can our high-tech society be sustained in the light of declining mineral ore grades, heavy dependence on un-recycled critical metals and accelerated material dispersion? These are all root causes of future disruptions that need to be addressed today.

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