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Special Seminar

March 18(Mon.)
7-2
10:40
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11:40
【Language: Japanese】

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】
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5-3
11:50
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12:50
【Language: Japanese】
Mr. Masahide Matsushima,
Adviser Automotive Technology, Japan Auto Parts Industries Association
Researcher, The Research Institute of Automobile and Parts Industries, WASEDA University

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】
 
FREE

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7-3
12:00
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13:00
【Language: Japanese】
Establishment of the utilization method of the oil palm trunk
Dr. Yuzo Furuta,
Life and Environment Sciences Division of Environmental Sciences, Professor,
Graduate School of Kyoto Prefectural University

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】

In recent years, the use of palm oil has expanded globally. Since palm oil collected from oil palm decreases year by year, the trunk from which palm oil can’t be collected is left unattended. The trunk is a material that is easy to decay and very difficult to use, but a method to effectively utilize this trunk was established using a new separation technology.
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5-4
13:10
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14:10
西口 昭広 氏
【Language: Japanese】
Development of biomedical materials using cellulose nanofiber
Dr. Akihiro Nishiguchi,
Biomaterials Field, Research Center for Functional Materials, Researcher,
National Institute for Materials Science

Dr. Tetsushi Taguchi
Biomaterials Field, Research Center for Functional Materials, Group leader,
National Institute for Materials Science
 

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

We have developed a new class of biomaterials including hydrogel, porous material, and film using biodegradable cellulose nanofiber. In this presentation, we will introduce the functions of cellulose nanofiber scaffold for tissue regeneration, vaccine therapy, artificial bone.
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7-4
13:20
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14:20
漆坂 雅弘 氏
【Language: Japanese】

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】
Establishing circular economy is one of the most important issues to reduce environmental load on the earth, and biochemicals has been taking an essential roll. Mitsubishi Chemical has a long history and deep knowledge in developing biochemicals and already launched biobased/biodegradable plastic which is BioPBS ™.
This is introduction of capability, the latest development and future expectation of the BioPBS ™.
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5-5
14:30
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15:30
【Language: Japanese】
Current Status and Issues of Conjugated Polymers for Organic Thin-Film Devices
Dr. Takeshi Yasuda,
Research Center for Functional Materials, Principal Researcher,
National Institute for Materials Science

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

About 30 years ago, OLEDs and organic photovoltaic cells (OPVs) with two organic layers were reported almost at the same time. Currently, products using OLEDs are on the market, but products using OPVs are not yet. The above situation will be explained from the view point of the working principle and materials in each device. Especially, the current status and issues in developing conjugated polymers will be described in detail.
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7-5
14:40
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15:40
【Language: Japanese】
Progresses and prospects toward the development of REY-rich mud in the Minamitorishima EEZ
Dr. Yasuhiro Kato,
Frontier Research Center for Energy and Resources, Director, Professor,
The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Engineering

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】

Our research group discovered a novel mineral resource for rare-earth elements and yttrium (REY), called “REY-rich mud”, in a broad area of the Pacific Ocean including the Japanese exclusive economic zone around Minamitorishima Island. I will lecture about REY resource problems and REY-rich mud, and introduce the latest progresses and prospects by the Consortium for promotion of REY-rich mud development that is conducted by the University of Tokyo. 
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6-9
14:45
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15:45
【Language: Japanese】
The front line of iodine utilization research
The Society of Iodine Science /Director
Chiba University /Visiting Professor
Godo Shigen Co., Ltd. /Technical Advisor
Dr. Tatsuo Kaiho

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 6, East Hall 6】

Japan is the second largest iodine producer in the world. Among the stable halogen elements, the largest iodine exhibits unique characteristics and reactivity. Novel hypervalent iodine catalysts and halogen bonding donor catalysts utilizing the unique characteristics of iodine have been developed. Further development of new uses of iodine is being advanced. In this talk I will introduce the front line of such iodine utilization research.
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March 19(Tue.)
7-7
9:20
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10:20
【Language: Japanese】
Composites technology for cellulose nano-fiber reinforced plastics and its recent results
Dr. Takeshi SEMBA,
Lab. Team Leader,
Kyoto Municipal Institute of Industrial Technology and Culture

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】

The key factor to gain optimal properties of cellulose nano-fiber (CNF) reinforced plastic are dispersibility of the cellulose fiber and interfacial interaction of CNF/plastic.  Hydrophobicity of the cellulose is changed by chemical modification of cellulose, polarity of plastic and compounding process greatly affect to the composites properties. In this study, some data including previous and recent ones via optimum composites manufacturing will be shown.
 
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5-8
10:30
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11:30
【Language: Japanese】
Latest Trends and Future Outlook of Next Generation Vehicles
Mr. Norikazu Ogino,
Next Generation Vehicle Promotion Center

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

As energy security and global warming issues become obvious recently, the expectation for next generation vehicles focusing on electrified vehicles has been increasing bigger and bigger.
This paper describes government initiatives, introduction & development trends and future outlook for popularization, to promote electrified vehicles such as electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles among next generation vehicles. 
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5-9
11:50
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12:50
Consecutive interpretation
Impact of Brexit on regulations on chemical substance management (REACH/CLP) and countermeasures against it.
Dr. Alex Paul,
Chemical Regulatory Service, Principal,
Yordas Limited

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】
【Language: English/ Japanese】

Registration from pre-registration under REACH regulation that started in 2018 was closed at the end of May 2018. At that time there were registrations of 20,612 substances. On the other hand, the UK has decided to leave EU and is still negotiating with EU. Many Japanese companies registered their chemical substances for REACH though or (only representative) in UK. regulation on chemical substances in Europe will become stricter. I will tell the latest information in future trends and impacts, especially Brexit’s impact on the chemical industry.
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7-10
12:45
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14:15
【Language: Japanese】
Commercialization of plus charged nano-bubble generator by confirmation of its basical effects
Mr. Takeshi Ohdaira M.D., Chief Director, Japan Micro-Nano Bubble Society Corporation /  Team leader, OHDAIRA development team in HARADA Laboratory, THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO  Institute for Solid State Physics

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】
This seminar contains the sequence that plus charged nano-bubble has caused the effects by charging energy, appeared efficiency and been used by the product of agriculture, medical, washing of semiconductor and environmental clean-up.
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5-10
13:10
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14:10
【Language: Japanese】
Cellulose Nanofiber Materials for Electronic Devices
Dr. Masaya Nogi,
Department of Functionalized Natural Materials, Professor,
The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

Recently we reported some nanopaper applications in electronic devices of "nanopaper memory", "nanopaper transistor", "high dielectric constant nanopaper", "transparent conductive nanopaper", "foldable nanopaper antenna" and so on. To fabricate these devices, we had to develop many kinds of nanopapers in each application. In this presentaiton, the author will present key parameters in nanopaper fabrications and their quality for electronics applications.
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6-10
13:30
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14:30
【Language: Japanese】
Introduction of the latest paint contributing to living environment improvement
Mr. Koki Nakamura,
Decorative coatings div. Assistant manager,
KANSAI PAINT SALES CO.,LTD.
 

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 6, East Hall 6】

Development of the living environment improvement type paint advances in the paint than recent health intention in the field of interior decoration in particular. The plaster was used as finishing materials from ancient times, but a technique was necessary.  "ALES SHIQUY" is a paint of plaster to finish like normal paint and improves living environment. And I introduce several interest topics.
 
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5-11
14:30
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15:30
【Language: Japanese】
SDGs X Innovation
Mr. Hirofumi Zenkoh,
Next Generation Business Development Department, General Manager,
Corporate Venturing Department, Director,
Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

To meet the goals designated in SDGs, Mitsui Chemicals has set two unique standards named “Blue Value” and “Rose Value” and quantified our products from SDGs contribution aspects. In presentation, our speaker introduces three innovation case studies; (1) Technology Derived, (2) Business Model Oriented and (3) Design Oriented, in order we achieve our goals by 2025, where Rose and Blue Value products occupies 30% of our total product sales.
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7-11
14:40
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15:40
【Language: Japanese】
Defect-free and Ordered Nano-pillar Array Structures fabricated by Bio-template Ultimate Etching
Prof. Seiji Samukawa, IFS and MaSC, Tohoku University

Dr. Daisuke Ohori, Post Doctor Fellow, Innovative Energy Research Center, Tohoku University
【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】

We proposed the formation of defect-free and ordered nanostructure array of less than 10 nm in size by means of a top-down process using a neutral beam capable of defect-free processing. An advantage of the top-down process is that it can form nanostructures with an arrangement that can be uniformly controlled no matter what combination of materials is used. Instead of photolithography, we used a bio-template as an etching mask with pillars of a few nm in size. The biological super-molecule, ferritin has a diameter of 12 nm, and 7 nm internal cavity. There is a negative charge inside this cavity, and when ferritin is put into a solution containing dissolved Fe ions, these Fe positive ions are introduced into the cavity of ferritin molecules to form iron oxide cores. These iron cores are 7 nm in diameter. Ferritin molecules containing these iron cores are selectively placed in a two-dimensional arrangement on a silicon oxide film, and the protein is then removed by UV/ozone or heat processing, leaving behind the 7 nm iron cores on the substrate for use as an etching mask. Finally, neutral beam can etch any kind of surface materials using the etching mask of 7nm iron cores. The water-repellent characteristic of the fabricated defect-free and ordered Si nanopillar (NP) structures was investigated, and we try clearing the contact angle of density dependence for Si-NPs structure. We found that water-repellent characteristic of the fabricated Si NP structure could be independently controlled by designing the NP size, hight and gap between NPs. 
Prof. Seiji Samukawa
Dr. Daisuke Ohori
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6-11
14:50
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15:50
【Language: Japanese】
 
Ms. Lisa Yamai,
Director, Designer,
Snow Peak, Inc.

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 6, East Hall 6】
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7-12
15:55
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16:55
【Language: Japanese】
Development of Functional material & products of Nano fiber
Ms. Mie Kamiyama, Filter Project Manager, Senior Technical Expert, Technology & Production Division, Tejin Frontier Co, Ltd.

Functional material & products made of nanofiber is not only fiber field, but also developed to like as film, membrane and structure product. It has advantages to make good combination with various materials for developing filtration products with both better efficiency and long life. Filer products are expected to apply to new and wide usage for environmental, energy-saving and quality control in process and space area. I really appreciate to give us a good opportunity to talk about a feature of our nanofiber (Nanofront®) and its products.
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March 20(Wed.)
6-18
9:10
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10:10
【Language: Japanese】
Creative Disruption in Chemical Industry
IBM Japan Ltd.
Digital Business Strategy, Digital Strategy&iX, Global Business Services
Senior Managing Consultant
Mr. Kentaro Yamanaka
 

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 6, East Hall 6】

You can find creative disruptions occurring in chemical industry in Japan, when observing global giants’ and startups’ activities. Japanese chemical companies need to transform themselves in terms of business models, operations, and management systems. This presentation is based on an article published on IBM Think Business - https://www.ibm.com/think/jp-ja/business/yamanaka-chemical/
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7-14
10:40
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11:40
【Language: Japanese】
Exploiting the potential of cellulose nanofibers: precise structural controls to achieve the efficiency and additional values
Dr. Tsuguyuki Saito, Associate Professor, Department of Biomaterial Sciences, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Science, The University of Tokyo

FREE

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5-15
11:50
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12:50
【Language: Japanese】
Nano Cellulose and Nano Cellulose Resin Composite Materials
Dr. Ryohei Mori,
CEO
Green Science Alliance Co.,Ltd.

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

Nano cellulose is environmentally friendly new material and can be obtained from biomass resources such as woods and plants.  We have been making nano cellulose in water, various type of organic solvent, chemically modified nano cellulose and especially, we have been actively developing nano cellulose resin composite materials.  We would like to present those development and new materials. 
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5-16
13:10
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14:10
【Language: Japanese】
LIMEX An Innovative Material made of Limestone
Mr. Hironari Sakai,
Corporate Planning Division, Manager, Tagajo Start Up Leader,
TBM Co., Ltd.

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

LIMEX is a limestone-based revolutionary new material that can be manufactured into paper alternatives with almost no water or tree, and into plastic alternatives with reduced oil-based resin. 
LIMEX's main material, limestone is an almost inexhaustible and relatively inexpensive resource worldwide.
TBM strives to contribute to issues such as resource depletion, climate change and plastic pollution through Japanese technology.
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7-16
13:20
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14:20
[Language: Japanese]
Functional Soft Materials Mainly Composed of Water
Dr. Yasuhiro Ishida, Team Leader, Center for Emergent Matter Science, RIKEN

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】
When aqueous dispersions of 1D and 2D nanoobjects were in-situ hydrogenated upon treatment with a strong magnetic field for orienting the nanoobjects in a unidirectional manner, particular hydrogels with hierarchical and anisotropic structures, similar to biological tissues, are afforded.  Unique functions of the hydrogels, reminiscent of articular cartilages and muscular tissues, will be discussed in this presentation.
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5-17
14:30
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15:30
【Language: Japanese】
Materials-related Issues for Development of Next-generation Energy-saving Semiconductor Devices
Dr. Yasuo Koide,
Division Director, Executive Vice President,
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

As next-generation energy saving semiconductor materials, silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) are expected to expand their markets, and gallium oxide (Ga2O3) and diamond are attracting attention as successive generation materials. In this presentation we will state the current situation and material-related issues of these semiconductors, wafers, and optical and electronic devices, and future prospects.
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7-17
14:40
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15:40
【Language: Japanese】
Tribological properties of carbon composites reinforced by carbon nanofibers derived from bacterial cellulose nanofibers
Dr. Nakamura Kazumasa, Fukushima University

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 7, East Hall 6】
Carbon nanofibers (CNF), which were used as a filler of carbon fiber reinforced carbon composites, were synthesized by heat treatment of bacterial cellulose nanofibers (BC). Iodine treatment of the BC leads to high char yield and fine fiber-texture of the CNF. The composites with CNFs prepared from iodine-treated BC showed a higher wear resistance than the composites with BC or CNFs from raw BC.
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5-18
15:50
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16:50
【Language: Japanese】
UHPLC/HPLC Analysis of Critical Quality Attributes in Antibody at Non-Denatured Conditions
Mr. Yosuke Yamasaki,
Marketing Department, Bioscience Division, Deputy General Manager, 
TOSOH CORPORATTION

【Venue : Special Seminar Room 5, East Hall 6】

Some of critical quality attributes (CQAs) in antibody pharmaceuticals can be analyzed by UHPLC/HPLC method. It is important and increasing the cases of the analysis at non-denatured conditions which is directly related to antibody function and pharmacokinetics. In this presentation, new application to UHPLC/HPLC analyses are introduced.
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