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JAPAN NANO 2019

Nanotechnology, the basis for realizing super smart society (Society 5.0)

Schedules February 1st (Fri), 2019 Finished


Nanotechnology is a basis for developing various current critical technologies on high-speed communication, sensor/actuator, low power consumption devices, and wearable devices etc. relating to IoT and AI toward a super smart society (Society 5.0).
In the symposium, role and advancement of nanotechnology for realizing super smart society will be viewed together with presenting on advanced technologies and their applications for nano-characterization, nano/microfabrication, molecules/materials synthesis which Nanotechnology Platform covers.

Venue Tokyo Big Sight, Conference Tower (Tokyo)
Schedules Hours February 1st (Fri), 2019, 10 : 00am-04 : 45pm
Registration Fee FREE
Language English/Japanese (simultaneous interpretation)
Contact to
Coordination Office for Nanotechnology Platform
phone:+81(0)29-859-2777, fax:+81(0)29-859-2292
E-Mail: JAPANNANO=nims.go.jp(Please change "=" to "@")

Program

 

10:00-10:10
Opening Remarks
Kazuhito Hashimoto
President, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
 


 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
10:10-10:45
Plenary Lecture
“R&D Strategy for Nanotechnology/Materials Field toward Realizing Super Smart Society”
Yoshinao Mishima
The Chair, Committee on Nanotechnology and Materials Science, MEXT/Former president, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
10:45-11:15
Special Lecture
“MEMS Toward Realizing Super Smart Society”
Masayoshi Esashi
Tohoku University. Japan
11:15-12:05
(Session 1) sensoractuator
11:15-11:40
“R&D of sensors and actuators toward agriculture and healthcare applications”
Jin Kawakita
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
11:40-12:05
“Nanotechnology-enabled Sub-nano-Watt Integrated Healthcare IoT - Stand-Alone Energy-Autonomous Continuous Blood Glucose Monitoring Contact Lenses - ”
Kiichi Niitsu
Nagoya University

12:05-13:05
 <Lunch>
13:05-13:30
(Session 2) nanotech 2018 award lecture
 
“Nanotechnology in IoT era”
Shinichi Yorozu
NEC Corporation, Japan
13:30-15:00
(Session 3) Overseas Nanotechnology User Facility Programs
13:30-14:00
“Route to neuronal electronic Devices”
Thirumalai Venky Venkatesan
National University of Singapore, Singapore
14:00-14:30
“XPS and SIMS in a multi-user environment: Role of novel cluster ion sources, analysers and quantification methods”
Peter J. Cumpson
University of New South Wales, Australia
14:30-15:00
“Emerging understanding of anthropogenic and natural nanoparticle impacts on Earth systems - a new paradigm for earth science - ”
Mitsuhiro Murayama
 Virginia Tech, USA
15:00-15:20
Coffee Break / 休憩
15:20-16:45
(Session 4) Characteristics of Facilities and their Applications in Nanotechnology Platform
15:20-15:40
“Toward further development of nanotechnology platform”
Katsuaki Sato
Program Director for Nanotechnology Platform, MEXT
15:40-16:00
“Improvement of chemical fixation effect by oxygen nanobubble -Cytological analysis of Ralstonia solanacearum-”
Kanako Inoue
 
Osaka University
 
16:00-16:20
“More chance with Nanotechnology Platform: Next Generation MEMS R&D model”
Yoshio Mita
The University of Tokyo
16:20-16:40
“Biopharmaceutical Application of Nanotechnology-Development of Transdermal Vaccine-”
Masahiro Goto
Kyusyu University
16:40-16:45
Closing Remarks
Shigeo Tanuma 
Chairperson of the Organizing Committee of JAPAN NANO 2019 / Director, Center for Nanotechnology Platform, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan



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