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nano tech 2012

International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference

Schedules 2012.02.15 - 17 Finished


"nano tech 2012" is the world's largest scale nanotechnology exhibition.
NIMS will exhibit the research poster and hold the lecture there.
We are looking forward to your coming to our booth.

What's "nano tech" ?


"nano tech" is the world’s largest nanotechnology fair and an essential event for state-of the-art manufacturing.
With the evolution of nanotechnology, application fields have broadened. Recently, nanotechnology based products and technologies became a key factor for the solution of important issues such as IT & electronics field, medical & health care, biotechnology, environment & energy problems.
NIMS exhibits the research poster and hold the lecture in the booth every year.

NIMS Exhibition (Tentative)

Please understand that the contents may be changed without an announcement.

Research Poster

NIMS Booth Map



Category Title Presenter No.
Bio-nano Materials Nano- and Micro-Structured Porous Scaffolds for Tissue Regeneration Guoping CHEN(*Open in new window) 1
Nanoscale Materials Single-atomic-layer superconductors on Si substrates Takashi UCHIHASHI(*Open in new window) 2
Fabrication of fullerene-ceramic composites Kun-ichi MIYAZAWA(*Open in new window) 3
High-k Dielectric Nanosheet Minoru OSADA(*Open in new window) 4
Self-organized organic single-crystal transistors Takeo MINARI(*Open in new window) 5
Nanodevices Novel memory functions using ion transport in nanoscale systems Toru TSURUOKA(*Open in new window) 6
New sensor (MSS) for medicine, environment and security Genki YOSHIKAWA(*Open in new window) 7
Materials for Environment & Energy Multi-scale structure analysis of Nd-Fe-B permanent magnet     Tadakatsu OKUBO(*Open in new window) 8
Development of Graphene Supercapacitors Jie TANG(*Open in new window) 9
Design of hetero-interface in fuel cell materials Toshiyuki MORI(*Open in new window) 10
Next-Generation Solar Cells using Semiconductor Nanostructures Naoki FUKATA(*Open in new window) 11
Structural Materials MD simulation of amorphous formation in Ti-Ni alloys by severe plastic deformation Masato SHIMONO(*Open in new window) 12
Orthogonally arranged FIB-SEM for 3D microstructure Toru HARA(*Open in new window) /
Kaneaki TSUZAKI(*Open in new window)
13
Countermeasure for natural and radiation disaster Material technology of architectural anti-seismic damper for long-period earthquake ground motion Terumi NAKAMURA(*Open in new window) /
Takahiro SAWAGUCHI(*Open in new window)
14
Database of promising dasorbents for decontamination of radioactive substances Hirohisa YAMADA(*Open in new window) 15
NIMS Research contribution to activities on instauration Sherif A. El-Safty(*Open in new window) 16
Research Centers & Activities Advanced Measurements using Brilliant and Monochromatic X-rays at NIMS beamline in the synchrotron SPring-8 Osami SAKATA(*Open in new window) 17
Invitation to GREEN (Global Research Center for Environment and Energy based on Nanomaterials Science) Kotobu NAGAI(*Open in new window) 18
Low Carbon Research Network Japan (LCnet) Yasuo KOIDE(*Open in new window) 19
Research Support in “Nano-characterization”, “Nano Fabrication” & “Extreme Conditions”
In the National Nanotechnology Network Program of MEXT
Keijiro HIRAHARA 20
NIMS Open Innovation Initiative -Challenge of “TIA Nano-Green”- Kazuo NAKAMURA 21

Mini Lecture

Feb. 15 (Wed), 2012 
Time Title / Theme Speaker
10:30-10:45 Multi-scale structure analysis of Nd-Fe-B permanent magnet Tadakatsu OKUBO(*Open in new window)
11:00-11:15 Development of Graphene Supercapacitors Jie TANG(*Open in new window)
13:30-13:45 Self-organized organic single-crystal transistors Takeo MINARI(*Open in new window)
14:00-14:15 Advanced Measurements using Brilliant and Monochromatic X-rays at NIMS beamline in the synchrotron SPring-8 Osami SAKATA(*Open in new window)
14:30-14:45 Novel memory functions using ion transport in nanoscale systems Toru TSURUOKA(*Open in new window)
15:00-15:15 New sensor (MSS) for medicine, environment and security Genki YOSHIKAWA(*Open in new window)

Feb. 16 (Thu), 2012
Time Title / Theme Speaker
10:30-10:45 Database of promising dasorbents for decontamination of radioactive substances Hirohisa YAMADA(*Open in new window)
11:00-11:15 High-ordered Mesoporous Captors for
Decontamination of Radioactive I2 and Sr from Water
Sherif A. El-Safty(*Open in new window)
14:00-14:15 Low Carbon Research Network Japan (LCnet) Yasuo KOIDE(*Open in new window)
14:30-14:45 Nano- and Micro-Structured Porous Scaffolds for Tissue Regeneration Guoping CHEN(*Open in new window)
15:00-15:15 NIMS Open Innovation Initiative -Challenge of “TIA Nano-Green”- Kazuo NAKAMURA
15:30-15:45 Design of hetero-interface in fuel cell materials Toshiyuki MORI(*Open in new window)

Feb. 17 (Fri), 2012
Time Title / Theme Speaker
10:30-10:45 Single-atomic-layer superconductors on Si substrates Takashi UCHIHASHI(*Open in new window)
11:00-11:15 High-k Dielectric Nanosheet Minoru OSADA(*Open in new window)
13:30-13:45 Fabrication of fullerene-ceramic composites Kun-ichi MIYAZAWA(*Open in new window)
14:00-14:15 MD simulation of amorphous formation in Ti-Ni alloys by severe plastic deformation Masato SHIMONO(*Open in new window)
14:30-14:45 Orthogonally arranged FIB-SEM for 3D microstructure Toru HARA(*Open in new window)
15:00-15:15 Material technology of architectural anti-seismic damper for long-period earthquake ground motion Terumi NAKAMURA(*Open in new window)
*Most of the lecture is spoken in Japanese.


Summary

Event Title
nano tech 2012
International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference
Venue
East Exhibition Hall 4, 5, 6 & Conference Tower, Tokyo Big Sight(*Open in new window), Japan
3-21-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0063, JAPAN
Schedules Hours
2012.02.15 - 17
Registration Fee
3,000 Japanese Yen (Free admission with online registration)
Organized by
nano tech executive committee
For detail
Please see the "nano tech 2012" website(*Open in new window).
Supported by (Tentative)
Cabinet Office Government of Japan / Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications / Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology / Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries / Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry / Embassy of the United States of America / Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Tokyo / British Embassy Trade & Investment Department / Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands / Embassy of Canada / Embassy of Switzerland / Embassy of Spain - Economic and Commercial Office / Embassy of the Republic of Korea / Royal Thai Embassy / Embassy of the Czech Republic / Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany / Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes) / Embassy of France - French Trade Commission - Ubifrance / Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium / Embassy of the Russian Federation in Japan / National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) / National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) / RIKEN / Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) / National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) / New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) / Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) / National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) / Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) / Nanotechnology Business Creation Initiative (NBCI)
In cooperation with (Tentative)
InterAqua 2012
ASTEC2012
SURTECH2012
Convertech JAPAN 2012
neo functional material 2012
Printable Electronics 2012
Eco cell-battery Expo 2012

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Chiyoda Bldg.1-5-18, Sarugakucho, Chiyoda-ku,Tokyo 101-8449, JAPAN
Phone:+81-3-3219-3567
Fax:+81-3-3219-3628
E-Mail: nanotech=ics-inc.co.jp(Please change "=" to "@")
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