MaTrace-alloy: Integration of dynamic MFA and SFA on the alloy level with application to Cr and Ni in steel alloys

Yasushi Kondo

Waseda University

Yasushi Kondo is a professor of econometrics in Faculty of Political Science and Economics at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan. Yasushi has contributed to the development of the waste input-output (WIO) framework that was initially developed by his colleague, Professor Shinichiro Nakamura. Recent his research interest includes MFA and waste input-output analysis concerning sustainable recycling and waste management strategies at various regional scales.


Being elements, metals can in theory be recycled infinite times without losing original properties. In reality, however, this ideal situation is hampered by unintentional mixing of different metals in recycling processes. This... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Shinichiro Nakamura (Waseda Universit)
  2. Yasushi Kondo (Waseda University)
  3. Kenichi NAKAJIMA (National Institute for Environmental Studies)
  4. Hajime Ohno (Tohoku University)
  5. Stefan Pauliuk (University of Freiburg)

Topic Area

• Socio-economic metabolism and material flow analysis


TS-16 » Material criticality and resilience 3 (13:45 - Tuesday, 27th June, Room G)

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