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nano tech 2013

International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference

Schedules 2013.01.30 - 02.01 Finished


NIMS to particiapate in "nano tech 2013", the world's largest international exhibition of nanotechnology.

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.

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NIMS Exhibition (Tentative)

Research Poster

Category Title Name
Materials for Opto-electronics Soft and Tunable Colloidal Crystal Lasers Seiichi Furumi
Ultracompact photonic circuit devices using exciton polaritons in organic nanofibers Ken Takazawa
Paintable, Nonvolatile, Luminescent Liquids Hiroshi Nakanishi
Nanoscale Investigation and Fablication Nano-characterization and Nano-fabrication by Scanning Helium Ion Microscopy(SHIM) Keiko Ohnishi
Matrerials for Nanodevices Diamond-based Field Effect Transistors for Next-Generation Power Electronic Devices Masataka Imura
Nano-ionics device achieved by local ion migration Kazuya Terabe
Organic molecules for single-electron memory device Yutaka Wakayama
Materials for Bio and Life Saving Smart nanomaterials for the enrichment of biomarkers Mitsuhiro Ebara
Magnetic Particle Imaging and Hyperthermia Treatment of Cancer using Magnetic Nanoparticles Hiroaki Mamiya
Materials for New Energy Graphene Supercapacitors of High Energy Density Tang Jie
New Solar Cell Materials using Si Nanostructures Naoki Fukata
Catalytic metal/organic nano-hybrids for fuel-cell electrodes Hideki Abe
Control of atomic & grain structure to realize highly effective thermoelectric materials Takao Mori
Theoretical Studies in Nanomaterials Discovery of new mechanism of nucleation Masamichi Nishino
Engineering quantum effects in topological insulators:theoretical study Akihiro Tanaka
  The Elements Strategy Intiative Center for Magnetic Materials (ESICMM) Tetsu Hirosawa
Advanced Measurements using Brilliant and Monochromatic
Synchrotron X-rays at NIMS Beamline at SPring-8
Osami Sakata
NIMS Nanotechnology Platform : Advanced User Facilities Network with High-Level Technical Service Keijiro Hirahara
Low-Carbon Research Network Japan Katsumi Suzuki
GREEN providing Open-lab and Short RA system Kotobu Nagai
TIA Nano-Green: Membership-based Open Innovation Kazuo Nakamura
*The above information is subject to change without notice.

Lectures

Wednesday, Jan 30 2013

Time Title/Theme Speaker
10:30-10:45 Nano-characterization and Nano-fabrication by Scanning Helium Ion Microscopy(SHIM) Keiko Ohnishi
11:00-11:15 Discovery of new mechanism of nucleation Masamichi Nishino
13:30-13:45 Graphene Supercapacitors of High Energy Density Tang Jie
14:00-14:15 TIA Nano-Green: Membership-based Open Innovation Kazuo Nakamura
14:30-14:45 Control of atomic & grain structure to realize highly effective thermoelectric materials Takao Mori
15:00-15:15 Ultracompact photonic circuit devices using exciton polaritons in organic nanofibers Ken Takazawa
15:30-15:45 The Elements Strategy Intiative Center for Magnetic Materials (ESICMM) Tetsu Hirosawa

Thursday, Jan 31 2013

Time Title/Theme Speaker
10:30-10:45 Engineering quantum effects in topological insulators:theoretical study Akihiro Tanaka
11:00-11:15 Magnetic Particle Imaging and Hyperthermia Treatment of Cancer using Magnetic Nanoparticles Hiroaki Mamiya
13:30-13:45 Diamond-based Field Effect Transistors for Next-Generation Power Electronic Devices Masataka Imura
14:00-14:15 Paintable, Nonvolatile, Luminescent Liquids Hiroshi Nakanishi
14:30-14:45 Organic molecules for single-electron memory device Yutaka Wakayama
15:00-15:15 Low-Carbon Research Network Japan Yasuo Koide
15:30-15:45 NIMS Nanotechnology Platform : Advanced User Facilities Network with High-Level Technical Service Daisuke Fujida

Friday, Feb 1 2013

Time Title/Theme Speaker
10:30-10:45 Advanced Measurements using Brilliant and Monochromatic
Synchrotron X-rays at NIMS Beamline at SPring-8
Osami Sakata
11:00-11:15 New Solar Cell Materials using Si Nanostructures Naoki Fukata
13:30-13:45 Nano-ionics device achieved by local ion migration Kazuya Terabe
14:00-14:15 Soft and Tunable Colloidal Crystal Lasers Seiichi Furumi
14:30-14:45 Smart nanomaterials for the enrichment of biomarkers Mitsuhiro Ebara
15:00-15:15 Catalytic metal/organic nano-hybrids for fuel-cell electrodes Hideki Abe
*Most of the lectures listed above will be given in Japanese.

Pictures from Previous Year (nano tech 2012)






Summary

Event Title
nano tech 2013
International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference
Venue
East Exhibition Hall 4, 5, 6 & Conference Tower, Tokyo Big Sight, Japan
3-21-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0063, JAPAN
Schedules Hours
2013.01.30 - 02.01
10:00-17:00
Registration Fee
3,000 Japanese Yen (Free admission with online registration)
Organized by
nano tech executive committee
For detail
Please see the "nano tech 2013" website.
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) /French Trade Commission - Ubifrance, Embassy of France in Japan /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)
The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) / The Society of Polymer Science, Japan/ The Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ)

Inquiry about this page

Secretariat of nano tech executive committee
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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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