Autumn 2016 will mark the start of the interdisciplinary degree program Sustainable Management of Resources, which was developed in partnership with companies and government agencies. Given the global social challenges of climate change, scarcity of resources, waste management and avoidance and the increasingly stringent environmental legislation associated with all this, the primary focus of the degree program is on designing and optimizing sustainable inter-organizational value chains in companies, from product development to disposal and recycling. Therefore the degree program combines engineering, natural sciences, methods of resource management, business administration and environmental law.
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Application period for the academic year 2022/23
1st November 2021 to 31st May 2022
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution2
1 Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727,- per semester
2 for additional study expenses (currently up to € 83,- depending on degree program and year)
You wish to apply technical, scientific and business expertise to develop environmentally friendly solutions and products that are also profitable. You enjoy conceptual thinking, are open to innovative approaches and have a practical approach to tasks. You see identifying potential for improvement as a central challenge for your future career.
The degree program was developed on a needs-oriented basis together with production and waste management companies and government agencies. These companies and agencies will provide high-caliber experts as lecturers, support extensive internships and grant deep insights into their facilities and infrastructure through excursions. This network of companies and agencies will provide opportunities for research and development projects and will enable you to make valuable contacts for your future career already during your studies. The Vienna Biocenter, the top life sciences address in Austria, also provides the perfect learning atmosphere with its well-equipped lecture halls and laboratories for chemistry and microbiology. The degree program shares this FH-location with the bachelor's degree programs of Packaging Technology and the Biotechnology Department. In many occasions you will benefit from FH Campus Wien as a multidisciplinary university with interdisciplinary activities for example in the area of research and development, as well as events such as the Campus Lectures, public lecture evenings with prominent experts, that FH Campus Wien regularly invites you to join.
Given the global social challenges of climate change, scarcity of resources, waste management and avoidance and the increasingly stringent environmental legislation associated with all this, the need for practically trained experts for resource management and waste management who can go straight to work for companies continues to grow. A primary goal is to design sustainable products and processes and to coordinate them with one another such that resources in the entire value chain are used carefully and waste is avoided as much as possible or is used productively as recyclable materials. In addition, the degree program focuses on the needs of public institutions such as municipalities.
The ability to think outside the box and pursue innovative approaches is crucial for sustainable results. This may even mean changing the existing business model and further developing everything from manufacturing to services. For example, a manufacturer of cleaning products containing non-biodegradable substances may additionally offer their use as a service and thus make the reduction an economic goal of their company. This increases the added value and is sustainable at the same time.
In this degree program you will acquire technical and scientific fundamentals as well as the methods of resource management, a robust business administration education as well as know-how in environmental law.
Lector: Anna-Sophia Bauer, MSc, FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter
Getting started with studies (e.g. group finding, self-organisation, mutual expectations, organisation of distance and attendance phases, development of the study programme culture). - Terminology of resource management and waste management - Global ecological problem areas- Water - Air - Climate - Resources - Biodiversity - Pinciples of sustainability (three-pillar model) - Resource management in business - overview - Actors in business and society - Basics of presentation techniques - Basics of scientific work (quoting, researching)
Continuous assessment Mid-term and final exam, group work (seminar paper, presentation)
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by the lecturer, practical exercises, presentations by students and e-learning units.
Lector: Mag. Ronald Scheucher, FH-Hon.Prof. Dr. Dr. Herwig W. Schneider
- Economic basics with the aim of understanding both microeconomic and macroeconomic relationships. - Knowledge of how a modern economy functions in its basic features - Independent approach to topics - Networked thinking - Active participation Overview of the course - Preparation/work text A - "Introduction" - "Enterprises in Times of Globalisation" (Chapter 1) - "Framework Factors" (Chapter 2) - "Central Questions of Business Administration" (Chapter 3) - Intermediate exam - Preparation/work text B - "Analysis of balance sheet ratios using the example of the Austrian metalworking industry" (Chapter 4) - "Business plans and project plans within companies" (Chapter 5) - "Digitalisation and Industry 4.0" (Chapter 6) - "Complexity of the management spectrum" (Chapter 7) - Term paper "Create a business plan - Final exam
Continuous assessment Work assignment, active participation in class/intermediate examinations, final examination
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by the lecturer, practical exercises, presentations by students and e-learning units. In addition, the students have to prepare the content for each course unit (slides of the next course unit, literature recommendations).
Lector: Mag. Christoph Rath
In the course Cost Accounting and Controlling (ILV) you will learn about the following topics: - relevant technical terms of cost accounting and controlling - essential costs that arise in the company and how they are allocated - Calculation of production costs, prime costs and sales prices - Advantages and applications of contribution margin accounting. STRUCTURE OF THE LECTURE 1. basics of cost accounting and controlling: - Cost and activity accounting - Basic concepts of cost accounting - Types of costs 2. cost center accounting: - Operational accounting with cost allocation sheet - Internal activity allocation - Determination of overhead rates - Cost over- and under-coverage 3. calculation of products and merchandise: - Determination of manufacturing costs, prime costs and selling prices - Overhead calculation with accounting of hourly rates for machines - Calculation of trade goods - Preliminary and post calculation 4. short-term income statement in cost- and performance calculation - Total cost method - Cost-of-sales method 5. contribution margin accounting - Key figures calculation
Continuous assessment Cooperation, intermediate examination, final examination
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. nat. techn. Simon Krauter, BSc
The module Mathematics contains introductions to the following topics: - Fundamentals and set theory - Basics of arithmetic - Equations/inequalities, systems of linear equations - Functions and discussion of curves - Linear algebra (vector and matrices calculation) - Trigonometry and unit circle - Analysis (differential and integral calculus, differential equations)
Lector: DI Markus Meissner
Overview of the most important methods of resource management - Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) - Ecodesign - Environmental management systems - Waste management concepts - the waste management sector in Austria - Material flow management - Resource management in the production industry
Continuous assessment Participation in class, homework (partly individual, partly group work), intermediate exam, written final exam
Measurement and units of measurement Mechanics: - Laws of motion - Work, energy, momentum, power - Friction - Translation and rotation - Statics - Mechanical characteristics of materials - Tensile test Specifications Basics of thermodynamics and properties of matter: - Heat energy and temperature - Main theorems - Heat capacity - Heat transport - Efficiency - Entropy - Kinetic theory of gases - Steam pressure - Miscibility - Phase transformations - State diagrams - Ideal gas law - Gases and liquids (behaviour, viscosity, surface tension) - Diffusion Electromagnetic radiation - Electromagnetic radiation spectrum - Applications (spectroscopy) - Interaction between radiation and matter
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by lecturers, practical exercises, presentations by students and e-learning units.
Lector: Dr. Hutan Rahmani, LL.M.
- Fundamentals of law (overview) - Classification of law (overview)- Public law - Private law - Syllogism - Sources of law and legislation - Level structure of the legal system, incl. EU law- Delimitation - Transposition of EU law into national law - Interpretation of laws and regulations - Presentation and overview of selected legal matters relevant to resource management- Civil law - General part (capacity to contract, doctrine of legal transactions, root defects) - Basic principles of tort law - Company law (focus on corporations)
Continuous assessment Cooperation, homework, intermediate test, exam
Lector: Katharina Isepp, LL.M. (WU) MSc, MMag. Antonella Krenn
- General environmental law- Basics and definitions - Hierarchy of norms - Delimitation of international, federal and state law - Principles and instruments of environmental law - Laws and ordinances - International environmental law, environmental union law- Principles and definitions - Principle of sustainability - Directives and ordinances - Immission control law - Climate protection law - Insight into nature conservation and species protection law - Strategic environmental assessments - Plant-related environmental protection using the example of environmental impact assessments - Environmental information
Continuous assessment Active participation, Homework, Exam
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by lecturers and presentations by students.
Lector: Mag. Reka Krasznai, Mag. Ulrich Kremser
- Overview of waste legislation (national and international) - Austrian waste legislation:- Waste Management Act (AWG) - Ordinances to the AWG - Federal waste law and waste law of the Länder - Federal Waste Management Plan - European and international waste law- Fundamentals and structure of European law - EU regulations and directives on waste law - Connection with CLP and REACH - Basel Convention, Stockholm Convention
Continuous assessment Active participation, individual and/or group tasks, exam
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by teachers, practical exercises, presentations by students
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Johannes Sailer
- Grundlagen der Organisationsgestaltung - Organisation im Industrieunternehmen - Produktplanung, Konstruktion und Stücklisten - Arbeitsvorbereitung und Erstellung der Auftragsunterlagen - Produktionsplanung und Produktionssteuerung - Materialwirtschaft & Logistik
Continuous assessment Eine individuelle Arbeitsaufgabe, Gruppenarbeit inkl. Präsentation, Abschlusstest und Mitarbeit
Blended Learning, bestehend aus Lehrendenvorträgen, praktischen Übungen, Präsentationen der Studierenden und E-Learning-Einheiten
Lector: Dipl.-Ing.in Dr. techn. Elisabeth Pinter, Dipl.-Ing. Lukas Prielinger, BSc, Bernhard Rainer, MSc
General and inorganic chemistry: - Atomic structure and atomic models - Periodic table of the elements - Chemical bonds - Acid-base concept - Conservation laws and consequences - States of matter - Chemical equilibrium Organic chemistry: - Bonding types - Classes of substances (ges. and unges. hydrocarbons, arom. compounds, halogen alkanes, alcohols, phenols, ethers, sulphur compounds, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and derivatives, carbonic acid and derivatives, amines); - Acid/base strength of organic compounds - Reaction mechanisms Environmental chemistry: - Environmental pollutants - Environmental analysis - Selected case studies Chemical exercises - Safety in the chemical laboratory - Record keeping - Handling of basic laboratory equipment - Semiquantitative analysis of inorganic anions and cations using colourimetric rapid tests - Quantitative analysis by volumetric methods (acid base titration, redox titration, complexometry) - pH value and pH determination methods
Blended learning consisting of lectures, practical exercises, online quizzes, self-study and e-learning units.
Lector: Dipl.-Kfm. Daniel Walkiewicz
- Introduction to Information Processing - Digital Transformation & Industry 4.0 - Modelling and Business Process Analysis - ERP systems and special software - IT Project Management
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by lecturers, practical exercises, presentations by students.
Lector: Vivienne Nieuwenhuizen, BSc, DI Eva Schneider
- Legal basis- Packaging Directive - WEEE Directive - Batteries Directive - ROHS Directive - REACH Directive - Eco-Design Directive - Producer responsibility- Producer obligations - Steering effects - Implementation of the EU Directives into national law- Overview of the implementation in Austria and the most important European markets - Strategies and action alternatives for affected producers including best practice examples Establishing product compliance in Austria and on the most important European markets in practice
Lector: Mag. Ernst Ternon, MSc, MSc, MBA
- Definition and principles of terms consumption and - Sustainability - Integration of environmental, social and economic - action - Dimensions of the sustainability process Basic principles - Sustainability management. - Linking business ethics - Sustainability in resource management - Agenda2030 including SDGs and their use in companies
Continuous assessment Assignment 1-3 + Open Book comprehension questions
Blended learning, consisting of lecturer presentations, practical exercises, student presentations and e-learning units- practical assignment and evaluation of best practice examples (SDGs and environmental reports).
Lector: Bernhard Rainer, MSc, Lola-Charlotte Wenger, MSc
Ecological basics - Environmental conditions and resources - Habitats - Populations and communities - Biodiversity Microbiology and hygiene - Properties and distinctions of prokaryotes and eukaryotes - Cell shapes, cell assemblies and microscopy - Energy production and metabolism - Basics of hygiene - Sterile work - Food pathogens Ecotoxicity - Toxicity - Selected contaminants and their effects Microbiological laboratory exercises - Introduction to sterile work - Isolation and cultivation of microorganisms - Microscopy and staining methods - Determination of bacterial counts
Continuous assessment - Intermediate exam and final exam (written or online) - Seminar paper(s) - Writing a laboratory protocol
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by lecturers, practical exercises, presentations by students and e-learning units
- Clarification of terminology - Overview of the topics of business ethics - Basics of the philosophy of responsibility - Understanding value concepts - value concepts in the context of corporate strategies - Dimensions of Corporate Social Responsibility - Standards and guidelines of CSR - IS0 2600
Continuous assessment Open Book Comprehension Questions
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by teachers, practical exercises, presentations by students and e-learning units.
- Climate Change and Climate Protection - Introduction to ecological design principles - Circular economy in product design - Extended producer responsibility - Legal and normative foundations of ecodesign- Ecodesign directive - Standards (IEC 62430) - Principles of eco-efficiency- Material reduction - Energy efficiency - Reduction of environmental risks - Reuse and recycling of components - Economical use of resources - Improvement of product utility - Integration of eco-design into product development and the product life cycle - Integration into the entire value chain - Ecodesign and life cycle analysis Case studies - Sustainable products / processes / services
Continuous assessment Participation, homework (partly individual, partly group work), partial examination, final examination
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by lecturers, practical exercises, presentations by students
Lector: DI Bernd Brandt, Dipl.-Ing. Werner Frühwirth, MSc
- Life Cycle Assessment- Basics - from cradle to grave - LCA-assessment framework- Goals and system boundaries - LCA Inventory - LCAI - impact analysis - Software for LCA - Systemic thinking - Normative framework (ISO 14040 series, ISO 14044) - Strengths and weaknesses - Future trends - Environmental communication Normative framework (ISO 14000 family)
Continuous assessment Mid-term exams, grading of group work & cooperation
Lectures, group work & individual exercises
Lector: Mag. Barbara Hofleitner
- Innovation: definition, types, triggers - Distinction between innovation management and product - /service development - Interaction of innovation strategy, organisation and culture - Traditional vs. agile process models - Embedding innovation management and - product development in the corporate strategy - Introduction to design thinking and agile product development - Innovation and sustainability: Sustainability-oriented - Innovation - Methods and tools
Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter
- Technical Process and Technical System - Basic production engineering terms - Thermodynamics - Heat and mass transfer, balancing - Mechanical process engineering - Thermal process engineering - Chemical process engineering - Fundamentals of the processing of raw and secondary raw materials
Lector: Lukas Weiss, MSc
- Terms and definitions - Development of quality management - Tools and methods - Standards and norms - Developing QM systems - Audits, certification and accreditation - Total Quality Management and Six Sigma
Continuous assessment Einzelaufgabe, Gruppenaufgabe, Prüfung
Lector: Mag. Josef Ruh
Process-oriented quality and risk management - general principles of safety, risk and systems - Basics of process and quality management - Basics of risk management - Selected qualitative/quantitative methods - Risk management systems Safety in theory and practice (of errors and accidents, the theory of normal disasters and organisations of high reliability)
Continuous assessment Hausübung, schriftliche Abschlussprüfung
Blended Learning, bestehend aus Vorträgen, praktischen Übungen, Präsentationen der Studierenden und E-Learning-Einheiten
Lector: DI Bernd Brandt, Lisa Ehm, MSc, Dipl.-Ing. Werner Frühwirth, MSc
- Overview of software, databases and methods - Introduction to the software open LCA - Calculation and presentation of the ecological environmental impacts of selected product systems
Continuous assessment Course immanent examination character with final examination
Blended Learning Approach The blended learning approach includes teaching and learning methods in the face-to-face classes as well as in independent individual work packages. - Exercises - Individual self-study tasks - Group work - presentation - Collaboration
Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter, DI David Mattersdorfer
- Structure of the materials - Material properties - Material groups- Metallic materials - Ceramic materials - Mineral materials - Polymer materials (including paper) - Composite materials and their structure - Materials technology and manufacturing processes - Materials cycles and recycling - Materials testing
Continuous assessment Mid-term and final examination, poster preparation and presentation
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Peter Hodecek, MBA
- Basics of waste management - Circular Economy, European Union - Waste hierarchy - Economic and regulatory framework - Classification of waste- Non-hazardous waste - Hazardous waste - Types of waste, waste catalogue, waste list - Properties and characterisation of waste - Methods and procedures of waste treatment- Disposal of waste - Recovery of waste- Material recovery - Energy recovery - Preparation for reuse - Processing of waste- Mechanical processes - Physical and chemical processes - Biological processes - Overview of waste management and its actors - Waste management in practice- Reporting and registration - Registration - Electronic data management - Collection and recovery systems- Packaging - End-of-life vehicles - Waste electrical and electronic equipment
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Christian Pladerer
- Introduction and framework conditions of the production economy and trade in Austria (focus on food and beverages) - General conditions, market analysis - Structure of the production economy / trade - Transport and sales packaging systems for food and beverages, reusable and disposable systems - Food waste - Resource management in the production industry - overview and problems - Input from the field: VÖSLAUER - Resource management in retailing - overview and problems - Input from the field: REWE
Continuous assessment written exam
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by teachers, practical exercises, presentations by students and e-learning units
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Werner Frühwirth, MSc
- Selected case studies of material flow management and process optimisation in companies and local authorities Case studies on system boundaries Application of software for material flow analysis (STAN)
Continuous assessment Individual tasks and presentations
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by the lecturers, practical exercises, presentations by students and e-learning units.
- Definition and introduction to the circular economy - Importance for eco-design - Operational circular economy - Business models for increasing the circular economy - Sharing economy - Recycling, resource conservation and efficiency - Waste prevention - Waste generation and waste management - Resource use in AT and internationally - Resource protection: materials, raw materials, national raw materials plan - Legal framework AT, EU
Continuous assessment Gruppenaufgaben, Präsentationen, Endprüfung
Lector: DI Dr. Lukas Kranzinger
- Waste collection - Recycling technologies for the selective separation of valuable materials from waste:- Plastics - Metals (e.g.: electrical and electronic equipment and end-of-life vehicles) - Biogenic waste - Paper and cardboard - Glass - Other (e.g.: substitute fuels) - Recycling of plastics - Recycling of end-of-life vehicles and electrical and electronic equipment - Recycling of biogenic waste and waste wood - Recycling of glass - Recycling of construction waste, ashes and slags - Material flow management - In-house waste management - Project work on current developments and "new" waste streams If applicable, excursion to waste management companies (focus on technology)
Continuous assessment Active participation, project work and written final examination (open and multiple choice questions)
Lector: FH-Hon.Prof. Dr. Dr. Herwig W. Schneider
- Environmental Policy and Economics- Micro- and macroeconomic aspects of environmental policy - Environmental policy instruments - Public environmental performance - Theoretical environmental economics- Allocation problem in the market economy - Allocation of public goods - Environmental Economics - Practice- Regulatory policy using the example of the Packaging Ordinance - Market for emission certificates - Environmental regulations - Greening the tax system - International dimension - International resource markets for secondary raw materials
Continuous assessment Independent discussion of topics (individual work), active participation, group work, intermediate and final exam
Blended learning, consisting of lectures by the lecturer, practical exercises, presentations by students and e-learning units
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Jürgen Schulik
- Management systems and sustainability - Normative framework for environmental management systems (ISO 14001, EMAS, EFB) - Structure and content of environmental management systems - Project planning, implementation and communication in the company - Environmental controlling and reporting - Environmental audits and certification of environmental management systems - Normative bases (ISO 14001 and EMAS Regulation) - Legal framework for environmental management systems - Implementation in SMEs
Students receive support and encouragement in the development of a suitable research design, in the creation of a concept as well as in the writing of the Bachelor's thesis. The Bachelor's thesis is an extended work record of the professional internship, which is documented and scientifically reflected. The topic of the Bachelor's thesis results from the question chosen during the professional internship.
Independent work on a scientific question
The students work on a specific task under the supervision of a person relevant to the subject. In the professional internship, the professional, methodological and social competences acquired during the degree programme are implemented and practically consolidated in the intended professional field of activity.
Practical application of the knowledge acquired during studies.
Experiences and procedures during the internship are discussed and reflected upon in the form of individual conversations and group discussions.
reflecting on practical experience
Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter, Bernhard Rainer, MSc
- Economic and legal framework conditions - Technologies - Value chain - Case Studies Resource Management For the following sectors: - Food manufacturers - Pharmaceutical industry - Chemical industry, - Packaging industry Excursions to selected companies
- Economic and legal framework conditions - Technologies - Value chain - Case Studies Resource Management - Entrepreneurship and Management For the following industries: - Metal industry - Vehicle manufacturers - Electrical and electronics industry - Construction - Wood processors Excursions to selected companies
Lector: Heinz Kailbauer, MSc, Mag. Walter Woitsch
- Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management - Structure of the supply chain in industrial production chains - Importance of SCM in the overall context - SCM organisation in SMEs & corporate organisations - Purchasing strategies - Information systems in purchasing - Supplier evaluation and selection - Order quantity, disposition, order processing in the overall context of efficient production - Key performance indicators in purchasing and supply chain management - Management systems for controlling the efficiency of purchasing and supply chain organisations Trends in the digitalisation of supply chain processes
Continuous assessment Quality of the Case Studies - Group Work
- Lectures - Case Studies - Group work
Lector: Martin Musil
- Taktisch Orientierung - Die Harvard Prinzipien für sachgerechtes Verhandeln - Analyse von Gesprächssituationen - Werkzeuge der Verhandlungsführung (BATNA, ZOPA) - Psychologie der Verhandlungsführung - Verhandlungssituationen (Simulationen) - Grundlagen der Überzeugungspsychologie
Continuous assessment Präsenz, Teilnahme an den Gruppendiskussionen, Bearbeitung der Fallstudien und Einzelaufgaben.
Blended Learning, bestehend aus Lehrendenvorträgen, praktischen Übungen, Reflexion, Modellstudium, Quiz, Simulation.
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Ralph Nägeli
- Basic concepts of logistics - Logistics as a management function - Logistics processes in industry and trade- Procurement logistics - Production logistics - Warehouse logistics - Distribution logistics - Main features of technical logistics systems - Sustainability in logistics - The resource "human being" in logistics - Logistics - balance sheet - Excursion
Lector: Mag. Georg Grassl
- Generation of product ideas - Product development process - Analysis of the product and competitive environment - Determination of product positioning - Introduction of the product to the market - Marking of products - Product variation - Control of introduced products
Continuous assessment Individual tasks, group task, examination
Introduction to the methodology of process optimisation in the area of operational and commercial excellence with a focus on Lean Six Sigma. Structure of the Course: - The Six Sigma Toolbox - The Six Sigma core processes:- Define - Measure - Analyse - Improve - Control - Methods of Lean Management (5S, SMED, Kanban,...) - Application of statistical methods in the context of Lean Six Sigma - Use cases from practice - Exchange between students on relevant topics, case studies
Continuous assessment Individual tasks, group task, exam
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Angelika Rubick
Basics - Relationship between projects, processes and organisations - Definition and perception of projects and processes Management of individual projects - Definition of the project mandate - Definition of project goals - Project organisation (project client, project manager, project team) - Project structure plan and work packages - Project environment analysis and risk assessment - Milestone plan and time schedule - Resource planning - Project costs - Project controlling and variance management - Project completion and follow-up projects Practical application in a project planned by the students Project financing and funding
Number of teaching weeks16 per semester
ElectivesSelection and participation according to available places. There may be separate admission procedures.
Sustainable management of resources is the core task of waste management companies and today is increasingly important in production and service companies. Until now this educational profile has been lacking on the market, meaning that with this degree you will be prepared to take on a wide variety of positions such as junior manager for resource management and waste management, expert for waste management and disposal concepts, life cycle analysis, sustainability reports, material flow management and resource optimization projects. Your potential professional portfolio will include the function of waste manager as well as the implementation and monitoring of operational waste management systems.
In the manufacturing industry your interdisciplinary know-how will qualify you for challenges in product development, product management, production as well as an office for resource optimization and waste management. With your expertise, you will be able to assume project responsibility for resource efficiency and sustainability for product developments and for supervising company environmental management systems. Important fields of activity for your future are as an expert in purchasing and sales as well as logistics.
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