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Main Theater Presentation

Seeds & Needs Seminar

セミナー会場 Seminar A Seminar B main theater Seminar C Seminar D

Main Theater Presentation

*The program is subject to change.

Jan.
27
(Wed.)
 

Special Symposium "Nanotech Agenda 2020"

*en/jp interpreting

10:30

11:00

Expectations for DDS technologies and their future prospects from the industrial viewpoint

Hiroshi Kikuchi
Executive Director, Chief Innovation Officer Group, Eisai

11:00

11:30

Future of Mammalian Synthetic Biology and Molecular Robotics

Hirohide Saito
Professor, Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA), Kyoto University

11:30

12:00

Development of Nanomaterial-based Organic Thin-film Photovoltaics for Self-Powered System

Hidetoshi Matsumoto
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology

12:00

12:30

Prospective view of the design of soft materials in the point of view of simulation system

Hiroshi Morita
Team Leader, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technoloty (AIST)

12:30

13:00

The potential of cellulose nanofibers - Future automotive made from plant -

Hiroyuki Yano
Professor, Kyoto University

 

Graphene Special

*en/jp interpreting

14:00

14:25

Session Chair: Antonio Correia, President,
Phantoms Foundation (Spain)

Graphene Technology: Roadmap to Applications

Andrea Ferrari
Director, University of Cambridge, Cambridge Graphene Centre

14:30

14:55

Graphene for future sensor applications

Robert Roelver
Corporate Research, Robert Bosch

15:00

15:25

2D Materials Growth: Prospects and Challenges

Luigi Colombo
Texas Instruments

15:30

15:45

Introduction of NEDO Project for Practical Application of Carbon Nanomaterials

Ken Kokubo
Project Manager and Chief Officer, Electronics, Materials Technology and Nanotechnology Dept.
New Energy and Industrial Technology Develompent Organization (NEDO)

15:50

16:25

Development of Graphene towards Industrial Utilization

Masataka Hasegawa

・Group Leader, NMRI, AIST
・General Manager, Graphene Division Project Headquarters, TASC

Jan.
28
(Thu.)
 

ImPACT Program Promotion Office, Cabinet Office Ultra-high Speed Multiplexed Sensing System Beyond Evolution for the Detection of Extremely Small Quantities of Substances (Miyata Program)

 

10:30

10:40

Opening Remarks

Takeo Nakagawa
Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan

10:40

10:55

Program Overview

Reiko Miyata
・ImPACT Program Manager
・Specially-appointed professor at the Office of Industry Liaison, Nagoya University

10:55

11:10

Implementation of a nano device which can detect various bacteria and viruses with ultra-sensitivity and unprecedented speed

Tomoji Kawai
・Specially-appointed professor at The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University
・Director at Technology Strategy Center, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization

11:10

11:25

Acquisition and concentration of various bacteria, viruses, and PM 2.5 in the atmosphere by a Nanobiodevice with unprecedented speed

Yoshinobu Baba
・Chair, Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Director,
  ImPACT Research Center for Advanced Nanobiodevices, Nagoya University
・Research Advisor, Health Research Institute
 National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

11:25

11:40

Development of a hazardous small molecule sensing device modeling insect taste and smell sense

Kiyoshi Toko
Distinguished Professor, Dr. Eng. Director. Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical
Engineering Research and Development Center for Taste and Odor Sensing,  
Kyushu University

11:40

11:55

Design of peptide-based molecular recognition probes for InSECT device

Mina Okochi
Professor, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology

11:55

12:10

Design and fabrication of functional bio-nano interfaces for detection of harmful and hazardous substances

Yuji Miyahara
Director, Professor, Institute of Biomaterials and Bioengineering Tokyo Medical and Dental University

13:00

14:45

Nanotechnology Business Creation Initiative (NBCI)

For Further Industrial Development based on NBCI Network

 

New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)

15:00

15:05

Opening Remarks

Tomomi Yamazaki
Director General, Electronics, Materials Technology and Nanotechnology Dept, New Energy and Industrial Technology Develompent Organization (NEDO)

15:05

15:25

Nano-carbon application project to realize a low carbon society
-Toward the industrialization of nano-carbons

Motoo Yumura
Prime Senior Researcher, CNT-Application ResearchCenter, AIST

15:25

15:45

Introduction of Technical Roadmap toward Practical Application of Carbon Nanomaterials

Ken Kokubo
Project Manager and Chief Officer, Electronics, Materials Technology and Nanotechnology Dept,
New Energy and Industrial Technology Develompent Organization (NEDO)

15:45

16:15

Efforts for industrial application of Super Growth Carbon Nanotube.

Mitsugu Uejima
Manager, CNT Laboratory, ZEON CORPORATION

16:15

16:45

Development of See-through Flexible Organic Photovoltaic and its Evolution in the Future

Hiroaki Yamaoka
Director,General Manager, OPV Business Development Department,
Information and Electronics Division, Mitsubishi Cemical Corporation

Jan.
29
(Fri.)
10:30

11:15

MOLECULAR ROBOTICS

Molecular Robotics: Development of Molecular Artifacts with Sensors and Intelligence

Akihiko Konagaya
Professor, Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology

 

Biomimetics Network Japan

11:30

11:55

Current status and new movement in industrial arena.

Akihiro Miyauchi
Chief Researcher, Research & Development Group, Hitachi

11:55

12:15

Biomimetics to bring innovation to construction materials Beautiful and high quality concrete by using "Art katawaku"

Masato Tsujino
Co-research fellow, Institute of Technology Center for Construction Engineering, Shimizu Corporation

12:15

12:40

Three-dimensional imaging of biological microstructures by X-ray CT syste

Masami Edahiro
Assistant Manager, Global Application Development Center, Analytical & Measuring Instruments Division, Shimadzu Corporation

Remi Tsubaki
Postdotral Researcher, Research and Development Center for Marine Biosciences
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

12:40

13:00

Live imaging in an electron microscope using the "NanoSuit® method"

Takahiko Hariyama
Professor / Director of University Library / Vice-President,
Hamamatsu University School of Medicine

13:00

13:20

Biomimetics Image Retrieval:Supporting Creation of New Value from Biology Big Data

Miki Haseyama
Professor / Adviser to the President, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
Hokkaido University

13:20

13:45

Biomimetics Network Japan

Masatsugu Shimomura
Professor / Chitose Institute of Science and Technology

14:00

14:45

nano tech Awards

*en/jp interpreting

Seeds & Needs Seminar

Seeds&Needs Seminar A

nanotech ASTEC SURTECH 3D Printing Printable

Jan.
27
(Wed.)
12:20

13:05

Surprising evolution of manufacturing process by optical technology!
-Improve bonding/adhering strength using excimer lamp-
-Easy introduction of crosslinking/sterilization by low energy electron beam-

Hamamatsu Photonics

13:15

14:00

Wet Grinding and Dispersion Technology for Production of Nano-applications

NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik

14:10

14:55

Selection of the bead-mill for “Mild Dispersion” with original particle characteristics and for “Nano Grinding” with break-down method.

Ashizawa Finetech

15:05

15:50

4 Universities [Keio, Waseda, TIT, and U. Tokyo] Nano/Micro Fabrication Consortium,KAST(Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology),City of Kawasaki

Jan.
28
(Thu.)
10:30

11:15

Basic of the separation method using centrifuges and the latest applications

Hitachi Koki

11:25

12:10

High resolution topography imaging and advanced properties imaging on soft materials using Asylum Research AFMs

Oxford Instruments

12:20

13:05

Fabrication of Graphene Nanotube Reinforced Composite Materials and Their Applications

OCSiAL

13:15

14:00

Introduction of high resolution particle size analyzer with centrifugal technique and svaluation for sedimentation dispersion stability with X-Ray

Nihon Rufuto

14:10

14:55

High-concentration (40vol%) particle size distribution and zeta potential analyzer AcoustoSizerⅡx

Kyowa Interface Science

15:05

15:50

VOC in paint and thinner is decreased 50% by "CO2 hybrid coating system"

NAGASE

Jan.
29
(Fri.)
10:30

11:15

Proposal of electronic materials applied for low-temperature process

NORITAKE

11:25

12:10

The latest AFM providing high resolution imaging with fast and automated measuring, which is good news to production, QA/QC, or other high-volume measurement applications.

Bruker AXS

12:20

13:05

Introduction of Versatile Peel Analyzer VPA serise that enables multi-angle test

Kyowa Interface Science

13:15

14:00

Otsuka Electronics

14:10

14:55

Proposal for Beadmill fit for Nano-Dispersion and Introduction of Latest Examples on Dispersion

AIMEX

15:05

15:50

Springer's academic database for nanotechnology

Springer

Seeds&Needs Seminar B

nanotech ASTEC SURTECH 3D Printing

Jan.
27
(Wed.)
14:10

14:55

*en/jp interpreting

Industrial cooperation opportunities and perspectives between Italian and Japanese companies on nanotechnologies

Embassy of Italy - Trade Promotion Office

Jan.
28
(Thu.)
10:30

13:05

*en/jp interpreting

Graphene Special 2

13:15

15:50

*en/jp interpreting

An Introduction to 18 excellent European Nanotech Companies and Clusters

EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation

16:00

16:45

*en/jp interpreting

High Performance Lithium-ion Hybrid Electric Double Layer Capacitor (EDLC) using Graphene(graphelyte®)

MICC TEC / Shibaura Institute of Technology

Jan.
29
(Fri.)
10:30

11:15

State of North Carolina Japan Office/State of Oregon Japan Representative Office

13:15

14:00

New challenges for Fine and Nano particles measurements

Shimadzu Corporation

14:10

14:55

High productivity process for synthesis of Boron Nitride Nanotube (BNNT) and Spherical metallic powders for additive manufacturing

Tekna Plasma Systems

Seeds&Needs Seminar C

nanotech ASTEC SURTECH 3D Printing

Jan.
27
(Wed.)
13:15

14:00

Introduction of wide range of measurement examples of various particles such as dilute slurry, dense slurry and surface characteristics. Applications cover Biomedicine, DDS, Secondary Battery, Ink/Paint, Electronic Component, etc.

MicrotracBEL

15:05

15:50

Malvern Instruments A division of Spectris

Jan.
28
(Thu.)
12:20

13:05

Lumatec GmbH Latest high power light source applied UV-LED and liquid light guide

KLV

13:15

14:55

Okayama University

15:05

15:50

Malvern Instruments A division of Spectris

Jan.
29
(Fri.)
11:25

12:10

Achieve bellow 1micron production with s-JET, Dry milling system.

TOYO HITEC

12:20

13:05

Introduction of Next-Generation AFM System Bringing an Innovative Technique in Nano Scale

Park Systems Japan

13:15

14:00

Introduction to Research and Talent Fostering of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Osaka University

Osaka University, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Alliance/ Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Center /Future Research Initiative/ Institute for NanoScience Design

14:10

14:55

Nanotechnology from the Deep Sea

R&D Center for Marine Biosciences, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)

15:05

15:50

Malvern Instruments A division of Spectris

Seeds&Needs Seminar D

nanotech ASTEC SURTECH 3D Printing

Jan.
27
(Wed.)
 

Service Robot Zone: Exhibitor's Short Presentation

11:00

12:15

Introduction of the communication robot “PALRO”

FUJISOFT (11:00-11:15)

Introduction of sensing device application for care system and manufacturing items for industrial electronics.

RTC (12:00-12:15)

13:00

16:40

nano tech 2016 Robotic Symposium

Jan.
28
(Thu.)
11:00

16:30

Organizer's Seminar

Jan.
29
(Fri.)
10:30

11:15

The global provider in Additive Manufacturing in Japan for the high level of Industry

PRISMADD JAPAN

11:25

12:10

3D Printing by BeAM Technology LMD will renew aeroengine parts and an opportunity to design differently.

BeAM

12:20

13:05

VRC's Scanning Solution. Why another?

iWing

13:15

14:00

【New Technology】 Introduction of the Danish 3D Printer "blueprinter"

TECHNOsolutions

14:10

14:55

Introduction to 3D Printing

Altech

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