• iSustainabilityLab

    Quantitative Sustainability Assessment on Complex Systems

  • About Our Lab

    - if you cannot measure, it you cannot fix it -

    Our pathway

    We are looking for understand the relationship Engineering, Society and Sustainability. Our goal is to develop frameworks of analysis for understanding the causes and effects of current events to contribute to sustainable development through better understanding and integration of local systems - characterized by its natural resources, climate, infrastructure needs engineering, societal and political frameworks - to support of decision-making to the public policy level, linking science, technology, society and education.


    Quantitative sustainability assessment applies methodologies such as Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and material flow analysis (MFA) to constituent fields into sustainability science, such as environmental policy, management and assessment, environmental/ecosystem services modelling, human behavior, climate change, natural resources availability (e.g. water, land, minerals, etc.) and social impact assessment.

    Our research

    • We do research and develop tools aimed at quantifying sustainability in a life cycle perspective.
    • We provide valid and quick tools for sustainability assessment
    • We enable decision makers to solve sustainability challenges
    • We adapt LCA and MFA tools for specific technological and societal domains.
  • People behind iSustainabilityLab

    People working

    Alex Godoy-Faúndez

    Principal Investigator

    About Me, My CV, Official Website

    I am the Prof. Smith

    (Ph.D Comics)

    Douglas Aitken

    Postdoctoral Researcher

    University of Edinburgh @UDD

    Life cycle assessment of water consumption and intensity of the copper mining industry in Chile

    Ilka Roose

    Ph.D Student, ARUS program 

    @University of Duisburg-Essen

    Ilka is working on Social Dynamics in Water Conflicts: Towards Social-Political Innovations in Urban Systems using the Example of the Water Conflict in Petorca (Chile)

    Diego Poblete

    Postgraduate Student

    Master's program in Sustainability Management @UDD

    Diego is working on a methodology to link Sustainable Food production and Consumption

    Lucía Martinez

    Postgraduate Student

    Master's program in Sustainability Management @UDD

    Lucía is developing a Sustainability CANVAS for Corporative and Sustainability Risk Assessment

    Gabriela Cabrera

    Postgraduate Student

    Master's program in Sustainability Management @UDD

    She is working on: Water Footprint as a strategic variable for sustainability of wine production

    Fernanda Cabañas Gac

    Postgraduate Student

    Master's program in Earth and Environmental Engineering @ColumbiaU

    Fernanda is working on a new model of "Sustainable Waste Management and Reconsideration of WTE Facility in Santiago de Chile"

    Isabel Erpel

    Postgraduate Student

    Master's program in Engineering Sciences


    Isabel is working on a methodology to assess Gobal Water Inequity linked to Food Security


    Daniela Saralegui

    Senior Research Assistant

    Psychology program @UDD

    Dani is working on Environmental Behavior and Decision-Making

    Nicolás Velasquez

    Senior Research Assistant

    Environmental Engineering program @UNAB

    Nico is developing a low-cost device for monitoring and display of environmental parameters applied to surface irrigation

    José Muñoz

    Junior Research Assistant

    Environmental Engineering program @UNAB

    José is working on Weighting in LCA - approaches and applications into wine industry

    Paula Moreno

    Junior Research Assistant

    Environmental Engineering program @UNAB

    Paula is developing a new methodology to link food consumption with urban wastes potential to produce energy

    Josefina Espinoza

    Junior Research Assistant

    Industrial Engineering program @UDD

    Josefina is working on project "Ethics in environmental decision-making: From individual acts to global outcomes?" funded by North-South Strongly Interdisciplinary Project Grants, Global Young Academy

    Macarena Miranda

    Junior Research Assistant

    Industrial Engineering program @UDD

    Maca is working on allocation of LCA into mining processes

  • What We Do

    Right now, Our Initiatives and Research Themes

    FONDAP WARCAM @IngenieríaUDD @UdeC

    WARCAM is a project of excellence supported by CONICYT/Chile in the framework of FONDAP 2013 (FIFTH NATIONAL COMPETITION FOR RESEARCH CENTERS IN PRIORITY AREAS), to develop a Water Research Center for Agriculture and Mining in Chile. The general objective is to optimize the use of water resources and consumption in the agriculture and mining industry of Chile and to be a reference for water management for irrigated agriculture and the mining industry. It seeks to generate scientific advances and technological knowledge to permit a stable and harmonious development of agriculture and mining; to interact with governmental institutions and local and international experts, and to influence policy-making and planning to generate more sustainable processes.

    MatER Initiative @ingenieriaUDD @WTERT

    Waste to Energy Research and Technology - Chile

    The Chilean Chapter of Waste to Energy Research and Technology Council - MatER Initiative - aims at establishing scientific bases for the many issues related to energy and materials recovery from waste, without being influenced by any ideological or political consideration. The ultimate goal is to give a rigorous scientific definition of the technologies and the policies which can be adopted for material and energy recovery, contributing to identify the most effective options for sustainable, economically viable waste management practices.

    Financial Risk related to Water Consumption in Mining Industry

    Water Consumption Assessment in Mining Industry

    The mining industry faces big challenges on water management. Unfortunately, existing tools, while useful for a general comparison of companies and locations, are inadequate for detailed, asset-level risk assessment and management. We are looking for new models to assess water risks in a climate change framework

    Sustainability Indicators @FEN @Ingenieria

    Development  of Corporate Sustainability Index for Chile

    We are developing the first Sustainability Index for companies based on social weighting, applying value Judgement to Sustainability Index variables.

    Sustainability Assessment of Public Policies in Natural Resources

    Sustainability Assessment of Natural Resource Policy

    Our approach is the sustainability assessment of public policies that prioritizes and defines the scope to ensure the sustainability of natural resources. A sustainability assessment goes beyond policy analysis – ex ante - or policy evaluation – ex post -; this assessment recognizes that the policy-making process has influence on how the policy and its contents – engineering solutions - are implemented; thereby indicating the likelihood of policy success.

    Water Risk Assessment @CIGIDEN @CRHIAM

    Risk Evaluation due to Natural Disasters: PEER model and Multivariate Statistical Analysis

    The scientific knowledge about natural disasters has made significant progress in the last decades and has allowed governments to prevent casualties, reduce the economic losses and the associated environmental impacts. The recent experience with extreme natural events such as earthquakes, tsunamis, wild fire or droughts, has shown that a fluid cooperation between the scientists, the community, and decision making agents is key to successfully manage the different stages of the natural disaster. In its essence, the management of natural disasters and related hazards is a complex problem that requires the interaction of multidisciplinary teams and the integration of different fields of knowledge with one common goal: that of creating resilient communities and mitigating the impacts of extreme natural events.

    Water Sustainability and Climate Change Initiative (WSCI)

    Linking Water Systems and Society. @UDD and @UdeC

    The WSCI between iSustainabilityLab and the Laboratorio de Recursos Hídricos y Políticas Comparadas @UdeC-Chillan is an integrated effort to understand how water and its benefits derive from ecosystem services over time. The project is focused on the Chilean Watersheds and its environmental, economical and social outcomes of potential pathways of change in water resources. Our questions are:

    1. how do the different water uses and manage lands affect the resilience and sensitivity of ecosystem services?
    2. How could regional governance provide solutions to adapt to diverse water needs and consumption?
    3. How could changes in water resources and climate affect human well-being over time? 
    4. Where are the vulnerabilities and the opportunities into water systems?

    Environmental Behavior and Decision-Making

    Why do people act environmentally friendly or not?

    We are looking for understand the environmental perception and decision-making in the brain, using both behavioral methods and neurosciences tools. Ongoing research is focuses on environmental decision-making by playing strategic video games such as SimCity.

    Ethics in environmental decision-making

    individual ethics and national performance

    We aim at providing an overview about the existing data and a systematic analysis of the different influencing factors on individual ethical decision-making and action

  • Heroes from US

    We've got a top notch team!

    Elle Web

    Graduate student, Environmental Studies, University of Kansas

    Elle was working on a Water Inequity Assessment applied to US

    Drew Van Asten

    Senior student, Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin - Platteville

    Drew was working a new design of oven recovering energy and materials

    Shelbey Geisen

    Senior student, Environmental Studies, University of Colorado - Boulder

    Shelby was working on a Water Inequity Assessment applied to US

    Ashlynn Kampschneider

    Senior student, University of Nebraska -Lincoln

    Ashlyn is working on unit operations without water into ore processing

  • Water-Energy-Wastes Nexus

    The interconnected complex systems involve use of raw materials, water and energy as well as wastes generation to produce goods and services. The goods and services provides economic welfare but not discount the losing of ecosystem services. Our goal is support the decision-making by quantifying of water-energy-wastes nexus to achieve a balance between sustainable production-consumption. This balance between water and energy consumption and reduction of waste generation can provide food and nutritional security, ecosystem equilibrium and human wellbeing as a sustainable engineering system.


    Water is a key input for industrial activities, urban systems and producing agricultural goods along the entire food supply chain. A key issue to understand is the relationship between water withdrawal, water resource management and well being provided by its consumption. We are looking for understand the tradeoff between water, GDP and Inequality


    Energy is required to produce goods and services as well as distribute water and food. However, the pumping water from groundwater, pressurized irrigation or desalination processes need a lot of energy provided by hydroelectricity as well. Then, we need to understand the tradeoff between water and energy requirements into societal systems


    The synergies and tradeoffs between water and energy use for food production, including food security and human activities does not include inefficiencies such as waste production. The wastes can be understood as a raw material to be recirculated to promote circular economy providing the energy and material recovery. A sustainable waste management should allow the energy and materials recovery to alleviate the consumption of water, energy and raw materials into complex systems.

  • Projects on board

    These are a pieces of a big puzzle... Already, we are working on.

    Sustainability Assessment of Water Policy

    Methodology to prioritize actions on a Water Policy

    We are setting to water resources as a keystone into economy. According to new policy, three main scopes and actions has been proposed: An increase in the availability of water resources, An improvement in water use efficiency and an improvement in allocation based on information systems and water markets. All actions are based on (1) the relationship between increasing water availability and its efficient use to alleviate water scarcity and food security, (2) environmental sustainability, (3) the role of users to promote a fair distribution of resource into water markets.

    Water-Energy-Water Nexus in Chile

    Linking Production and Wastes's generation by Food and Raw Material Consumption.

    We are assessing the energy potential based on food and raw material consumption linking extraction of natural resources and waste's generation by MFA and LCA.

    Advancing Sustainable Waste Management in Latam

    President’s Global Innovation Fund @ColumbiaU

    The objectives of this Project are: a) to identify and characterize the obstacles to sustainable waste management in selected Latin America nations (starting with Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Costa Rica) and ways to overcome them; b) encourage/nurture the formation of national academia-industry waste management organizations in Latin America, similar to existing ones in thirteen countries; c) disseminate the findings of this study to other developing regions, using the existing WTERT web network, publications, and a 2016 international meeting at Columbia University.

    Water Consumption Assessment in the mining and agriculture Chilean industries

    LCA of water consumption and intensity of the copper mining industry in Chile

    This project aims to use life cycle assessment (LCA) methodology to investigate the water consumption of the Chilean copper mining industry. An LCA methodology will be developed to model each copper mining operation from ‘cradle to grave’ with a focus on water use within each unit process. This tool will allow the water use ‘hot-spots’ to be identified as well as calculating the total water consumption. 

    Data Sciences applied to Water Lawsuit and Statement

    Text Data Mining applied to Water Rights

    We are working on a synoptic picture of the evolution of water lawsuits and chilean politics related to water resources, based on analysis of the corpus of presidents’ speeches (1926–2015). We are developing a strategy for automated text analysis that can identify meaningful categories in textual corpora that span long durées, where terms, concepts and language use changes, and evolution of topical structure is a priori unknown. This analysis is linked to geographical and environmental data in a timeframe.

    PEER's Model Applied to Flooding and Drought Risk Assessment

    Water Risk Assessment

    Coming soon...

    Environmental Decision-Making on Virtual Environments

    Simulating Planning: SimCity as a Pedagogical Tool

    SimCity provides a dynamic decision-making environment in which students can learn (1) systems thinking, (2) problem-solving skills, and (3) “craft” in the planning profession. In this research, our main goal is determinate the weight of these virtual environments into curricula of engineering careers by video games such as SimCity to promote the learning of sustainable development.

    Inequality of Natural Resources Distribution

    Water Inequality Index

    We are developing a new methodology to assess the water inequality.

    Understanding Complex Systems: Engineering, Society and Sustainability

    Underlying patterns and relationships between sociodemographic, industrial, economic and environmental variables that explain the social and environmental inequality by GIS and System Thinking models

    We are developing methodologies to understand the causes and effects of current events characterized by its natural resources, climate, infrastructure needs engineering, societal and political frameworks linking science, technology, society and engineering.

    Environmental ethics

    Ethics in environmental decision-making: From individual acts to global outcomes?​

    Our hypothesis is that the differential environmental performances of individuals are independent of the state of development of a country, but linked to social parameters. Consequently, the environmental outcomes, such as those related to environmental justice, will depend largely on individual moral decision-making to engage in environmentally appropriate behavior. According to the current research literature, environmental decision-making largely depends on three factors: environmental education, environmental awareness and environmental behavior. But, alternative evidence shows that environmental choices do not depend on environmental literacy or awareness, but rather on the individual’s “moral and ethics”.

  • Avengers

    Research assistants in sustainability history

    José María Pérez

    Master in Sustainability Management @UDD

    LCA applied to Premium Wine Industry

    Carla Román

    Master in Sustainability Management @UDD

    Strategic plan for sustainability of tourism industry at Isabela Island, Province of Galapagos, Ecuador

    Tania Mundaca

    Master in Sustainability Management @UDD

    System thinking model to assess socio-environmental conflicts in watershed: Maule and Itat Cases

    Sebastian Elías

    Master in Industrial Engineering @UNAB

    Determination of Greenhouse gas abatement cost curves inside wine industry

    Mario Acevedo

    Industrial Engineer @UDD

    Socio-technical analysis to establish the limitations of the Project of Net-Metering and Net-Billing of Chile (Law 20,571) 

    Eduardo Palacios

    Industrial Engineer @UDD

    Eduardo was developer of Mobile application to decision-making support in the diagnosis for dental students

    María Jesus Acuña

    Industrial Engineer @UDD

    Jesu worked on Waste to Energy Potential by Urban and Industrial wastes

    Felipe Barria

    Industrial Engineer @UDD

    Methodology for determination of Transparency based on Corporative Sustainability Indicators

    Felipe Pacheco

    Environmental Engineer @UNAB

    Plan and methodology for the application of environmental indicators in a framework of Local Environmental Management OECD GAL IV. Energy

    Matías Faúndez

    Environmental Engineer @UNAB

    Plan and methodology for the application of environmental indicators in a framework of Local Environmental Management OECD GAL IV. Wastes

    María José Rivero

    Environmental Engineer @UNAB

    Plan and methodology for the application of environmental indicators in a framework of Local Environmental Management OECD GAL IV. Water

    Santiago Sinclair

    Environmental Engineer @UNAB

    Methodology of Impact assessment and determination of Sustainability Indicators of sustainable procurement. Public procurement

    Cristobal Vilches

    Marine Biologist @UNAB

    Conceptual model of interaction of human factors and impacts in the Biodiversity Management Area Quintay Benthic Resource Extraction: Indicators of Sustainability

    Rodrigo Becerra

    Industrial Engineer @UNAB

    Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory by GHG protocol: Municipality of Santiago

    Alberto Bielefeldt

    Sociologist @UAH

    The impact of cultural variables in the generation of topophilia

    Felipe Barria

    Sociologist @UAH

    The impact of cultural variables in the generation of topophilia

  • Applied Sustainability Science

    Strategic Resource Management based on tools

    Life Cycle Thinking for Life Cycle Assessment

    Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a tool for the systematic evaluation of the environmental, economical and social aspects of a product or service system through all stages of its life cycle. LCA provides an adequate instrument for decision support on complex systems (Source UNEP)

    The Phases of Life Cycle Assessment

    1. Goal and Scope Definition, the product(s) or service(s) to be assessed are defined, a functional basis for comparison is chosen and the required level of detail is defined; 
    2. Inventory Analysis of extractions and emissions, the energy and raw materials used, and emissions to the atmosphere, water and land, are quantified for each process, then combined in the process flow chart and related to the functional basis; 
    3. Impact Assessment, the effects of the resource use and emissions generated are grouped and quantified into a limited number of impact categories which may then be weighted for importance; 
    4. Interpretation, the results are reported in the most informative way possible and the need and opportunities to reduce the impact of the product(s) or service(s) on the environment are systematically evaluated.

    Material Flow Analysis

    Material Flow Analysis (MFA) is a quantitative procedure for determining the flow of materials and energy through the economy. It uses Input/Output methodologies, including both material and economic information. It is an accounting system that captures the mass balances in an economy, where inputs (extractions + imports) equal outputs (consumptions + exports + accumulation + wastes), and thus is based on the laws of Thermodynamic (Source, The Sustainable Scale Project)

    The Phases of Material Flow Analysis

    1. Identification of the key (material flow related) issues.
    2. System analysis (selection of the relevant matter, processes, indicator substances (elements), and system boundaries).
    3. Quantification of mass flows of matter and indicator substances.
    4. Identification of weak points in the system.
    5. Development and evaluation of scenarios and schematic representation, interpretation of the results.

    Circular Economy Approach

    A circular economy is one that is restorative and regenerative by design, and which aims to keep products, components and materials at their highest utility and value at all times, distinguishing between technical and biological cycles (Source, Ellen MacArthur Foundation)

    The Principles of Circular Economy

    Principle 1: Preserve and enhance natural capital ...by controlling finite stocks and balancing renewable resource flows.

    This starts by dematerialising utility—delivering utility virtually, whenever possible. When resources are needed, the circular system selects them wisely and chooses technologies and processes that use renewable or better-performing resources, where possible. A circular economy also enhances natural capital by encouraging flows of nutrients within the system and creating the conditions for regeneration of, for example, soil.

    Principle 2: Optimise resource yields ...by circulating products, components, and materials at the highest utility at all times in both technical and biological cycles.

    This means designing for remanufacturing, refurbishing, and recycling to keep components and materials circulating in and contributing to the economy.

    Circular systems use tighter, inner loops whenever they preserve more energy and other value, such as embedded labour. These systems also keep product loop speed low by extending product life and optimising reuse. Sharing in turn increases product utilisation. Circular systems also maximise use of end-of-use bio-based materials, extracting valuable bio-chemical feedstocks and cascading them into different, increasingly low-grade applications.

    Principle 3: Foster system effectiveness​ ...by revealing and designing out negative externalities.

    This includes reducing damage to human utility, such as food, mobility, shelter, education, health, and entertainment, and managing externalities, such as land use, air, water and noise pollution, release of toxic substances, and climate change.

  • Research friends

    We've got a top notch team!

    Prof. Nickolas Themelis

    Director, Earth Engineering Center @ColumbiaU

    Full Professor and Director of Earth Engineering Center. Chair and co-founder of IWSA, of the Waste to Energy Research and Technology Council an international consortium of universities, companies and other organizations concerned with materials and energy recovery from solid wastes. MatER Initiative

    Prof. John F. Katers

    Natural Applied Science and Environmental Science Chair @UWGB

    Research interests include solid waste management and recycling, renewable energy systems, water and wastewater treatment, and resource management and sustainability issues. MatER Initiative


    Prof. Athanasios Bourtsalas

    Earth Engineering Center @ColumbiaU

    Integrated waste management systems, Waste-to-Energy technologies, Sustainable utilisation of Waste-to-Energy residues, circular economy, LCA. MatER Initiative.

    Prof. Upmanu Lall

    Director, Columbia Water Center @ColumbiaU

    He has broad interests in hydrology, climate dynamics, water resource systems analysis, risk management and sustainability. He is motivated by challenging questions at the intersection of these fields, especially where they have relevance to societal outcomes or to the advancement of science towards innovative application. Financial Risk related to Water Consumption in Mining Industry

    Prof. Lorenzo Reyes

    Civil Engineering Department @UNAB

    His research is focused on: Green Chemistry and Industrial Ecologia applied to Ore processing. Financial Risk related to Water Consumption in Mining Industry

    Prof. José Luis Salazar

    Chemical Engineering Department, School of Civil Engineering @USACH

    Formulation and evaluation of projects, Management and Technology Transfer; Modelling, Simulation, Control and Optimization. Financial Risk related to Water Consumption in Mining Industry

    Prof. Sarah Bell

    Dept of Civil, Environ &Geomatic Eng, Faculty of Engineering Sciences


    My research investigates the sustainability of urban water systems, particularly social and policy factors. I am interested in green infrastructure, water reuse, water efficiency and desalination. Sustainability Assessment of Public Policies in Natural Resources.

    Prof. Cristian Bulboa

    Ecology and Biodiversity Department
    Faculty of Ecology and Natural Resources @UNAB

    Expert in seaweed biology with emphasis on applied research. His studies of applied to crops currently exploring issues related to ecosystem services, its operation, care and assessment as a tool of development for coastal communities in Chile. Sustainability Assessment of Public Policies in Natural Resources.

    Prof. Bob Wenger

    Environmental Sciences Department @UWGB

    Environmental Mathematician, He developed a particular method synthesizing expert opinion in a methodical manner and rigorisly identifying priorities of ecological risk assessment applied on Restoration of Great Lakes (Wisconsin Initiative of Climate Change Impacts). Sustainability Assessment of Public Policies in Natural Resources.

    Prof. Gabriela Rubilar

    School of Social Work @PUC

    She specializes in public policy and social programs aimed at alleviation of poverty and facing social exclusion. His areas of interest are the processes of community development, citizenship and social participation in public policies. Sustainability Assessment of Public Policies in Natural Resources.

    Prof. Hernán Fernandez

    Humanistic Studies @UWGB

    His current works discuss about the links between the cultural economy in Latin American modernity, the subaltern groups in Latin American and the discourses of the construction of identities in Latin-American countries. Sustainability Assessment of Public Policies in Natural Resources.

    Prof. Gabriel Saxton

    Humanistic Studies @UWGB

    His research interests lie primarily in Latin American Literature, specifically in 20th and 21st Century Narrative. Sustainability Assessment of Public Policies in Natural Resources.

    Prof. Carlos Aguirre

    Director, School of Civil Engineering, @UDLA

    His research areas are urban economics, spatial analysis and applied territorial intelligence. Sustainability Assessment of Public Policies in Natural Resources

    Prof. Camilo Rodriguez-Beltrán

    School of Civil Engineering @UDD

    He is the PI of Factoria. His research focuses on Co-creation, citizen science, collective intelligence, open systems, art + science for empowerment and low-cost technology, FONDAP CRHIAM 

    Prof. Mauricio Herrera

    School of Civil Engineering @UDD

    His research focuses on Data Sciences and Neural Networks Analysis. FONDAP CRHIAM

    Prof. Diego Rivera

    Water Resources Department @UdeC

    His research is focused on: Climate variability and agriculture; Hydrologic modeling: Processes of transport and Self-organizing maps in data exploration. FONDAP WARCAM and Water Sustainability and Climate Change Initiative (WSCI)


    Prof. Felipe Vasquez

    School of Economy and Business @UDD

    His research focuses on Environmental Economics and Natural Resources; Economic Valuation of Environment and Economics of Climate Change. FONDAP CRHIAM and Water Sustainability and Climate Change Initiative (WSCI)

    Prof. Roberto Ponce

    School of Economy and Business @UDD

    His research focuses on Environmental Economics and Sustainability, Water Resource Economics and Economics of Climate Change. FONDAP CRHIAM and Water Sustainability and Climate Change Initiative (WSCI)

    Prof. Mike Zorn

    Natural Applied Science @UWGB

    Research Interests: Conversion of undesirable organic compounds to non-toxic products to generate energy. Water Sustainability and Climate Change Initiative (WSCI)

    Prof. Gabriel Candia

    School of Civil Engineering @UDD

    His research focus on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, He applies probabilistic models to natural disasters on water and energy issues. Water Risk Assessment CIGIDEN & CRHIAM

    Prof. Cristian Echeverría

    School of Economy and Business @UDD

    His research focuses on International Finance Macroeconomics, Competitive Strategy and Market Regulation and Applied Microeconomics (Public Policy, Social Security, Transport). Sustainability Indicators Project

    Prof. Francisco Ceric

    School of Psychology @UDD

    His research is focused on Behavioral Neuroscience. Environmental Behavior and Decision-Making Project

    Prof. Francisco Ceric

    Munich Center for Ethics Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich
    Munich Center for Ethics

    His current research interests focus on moral cosmopolitanism and pragmatic ethics. Ethics in Environmental Decision-Making Project

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