Christoph Stallkamp, M. Sc.

Christoph Stallkamp, M. Sc.

Forschungsinteressen

  • Circular Economy
  • Bewertung innovativer Recyclingverfahren
  • Life Cycle Assessment
  • Standort-, Kapazitäts- und Logistikplanung
  • Szenarioanalyse
Ausgeschriebene Abschlussarbeiten
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Veröffentlichungen


Zeitschriftenaufsätze
  1. Volk, R.; Stallkamp, C.; Steins, J., J.; Yogish, S. P.; Müller, R., C.; Stapf, D.; Schultmann, F. (2021). Techno‐economic assessment and comparison of different plastic recycling pathways: A German case study. Journal of industrial ecology, 25 (5), 1318–1337. doi:10.1111/jiec.13145
  2. Volk, R.; Stallkamp, C.; Herbst, M.; Schultmann, F. (2021). Regional rotor blade waste quantification in Germany until 2040. Resources, conservation and recycling, 172, Ariticle no: 105667. doi:10.1016/j.resconrec.2021.105667
  3. Stallkamp, C.; Diehlmann, F.; Lüttenberg, M.; Wiens, M.; Volk, R.; Schultmann, F. (2020). On the combination of water emergency wells and mobile treatment systems: a case study of the city of Berlin. Annals of operations research. doi:10.1007/s10479-020-03800-8
Vorträge
  1. Volk, R.; Stallkamp, C. (2022, März 16). Techno-ökonomische und ökologische Analyse von Kunststoff-Recyclingtechnologien - eine deutsche Fallstudie. Chemisches Recycling: Ausweg oder Irrweg? (2022), Online, 16. März 2022.
  2. Stallkamp, C.; Volk, R.; Schultmann, F. (2021, September 8). Circular economy concepts for a plastic loop – comparing mechanical and chemical recycling regarding material quality. 10th International Conference on Life Cycle Management (LCM 2021), Online, 5.–8. September 2021.
  3. Stallkamp, C. (2021, August 19). Closing the automotive plastic loop:the potential of chemical recycling compared to energy recovery. Young Researchers Seminar on Sustainable Material Cycles (2021), Zürich, Schweiz, 18.–19. August 2021.
  4. Stallkamp, C. (2021, Februar 18). Techno economic and environmental assessment of plastic recycling technologies - a German case study. Young Researchers Seminar on Sustainable Material Cycles (2021), Online, 18. Februar 2021.