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Special Event

Cellulose Nanofiber Special Exhibit

At this year’s nano tech, we are holding a special symposium and exhibit focusing on the cutting-edge technology of cellulose nanofibers (CNF). Cellulose nanofibers are derived by breaking down plant-based fibers to the nano level. As well as coming from a renewable source, they are both strong and light, making expectations high for their application in materials.

Special Symposium

Feb. 14 (Wed.) 10:30-12:35

Special Symposium Life Nanotechnology

TBA

Recent progresses on antibody technology for health care policy

Novel Application of Chemistry in Medicines Based on Fluorescent Live Imaging

Advantage of ep-SWCNT for optical bioimaging and applications in life science research

nanoDDS based on the intracellular environment-responsive materials: ssPalm as a platform of DNA/RNA drug discovery

宮野 悟

津本 浩平

浦野 泰照

竹内 司

秋田 英万

Prof. Satoru Miyano
DNA Information Analysis
Human Genome Center, Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo

Prof. Kouhei Tsumoto
School of Engineering and Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo

Prof. Yasuteru Urano
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences and of Medicine, The University of Tokyo

Mr. Tsukasa Takeuchi
Corporate Strategy Planning Department Healthcare Business Strategy Unit
SHIMADZU CORPORATION

Prof. Hidetaka Akita
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chiba Univ.

Feb. 15 (Thu.) 10:30-12:30

Special Symposium Cellulose nanofibers

Trends for R&D and Industrialization of Nanocellulose

Mass production of nano-fibrillated cellulose by using a cellulose-producing bacterium and its applications

Challenges for Cellulose Nanocrystal Development and Applications

Efforts for Practical Use of Cellulose Nanofiber

Cellulose nanofiber produce from wood and application development

Fabrication of CNF Based on A Chemical Process And Its Applications

平田 悟史

田島 健次

Linda Johnston

河崎 雅行

山本 顕弘

林 蓮貞

Dr. Satoshi Hirata
Supervisory Innovation Coordinator / Secretary-general
Nanocellulose Forum, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

Prof. Kenji Tajima
Associate Professor
Faculty of Engineering
Hokkaido University

Dr. Linda Johnston National Research Council Canada Principal Research Officer, Measurement Science and Standards

Mr. Masayuki Kawasaki
Research and Development Division
Cellulose Nanofiber (CNF) Research Laboratory
Nippon Paper Industries

Mr. Akihiro Yamamoto
MORI MACHINERY

Dr. Lianzhen Lin
Senior Researcher
Nano-Structured Materials Research Laboratory
KRI, inc.

Feb. 15 (Thu.) 15:00-16:45

Special Symposium Graphene Special

Graphene and Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Commercialization: Past, Present and Future

Near term commercial opportunities for Advanced Materials, particularly Graphene

Carbon Waters: Graphene processing for industry

Atomic Layer Deposition for the synthesis and integration of 2D materials

Khasha Ghaffarzadeh

Ray Gibbs

Alain Penicaud

Mercedes Vila Juárez

Khasha Ghaffarzadeh
Research Director
IDTechEx

Ray Gibbs
CEO
Haydale

Alain Penicaud
Senior researcher
Carbon waters/universite Bordeaux1

Mercedes Vila Juárez
CEO
CTECHnano

Feb. 16 (Fri.) 10:30-12:30

Special Symposium Materials Informatics

Toward AI-assisted materials R&D platform in NIMS-MaDIS

Nanoinformatics-New paradigm in materials science

High-dimensional material genome integration study to accelerate material development

Artificial Intelligence Driving a Revolution in Materials Discovery

Nanotechnology in Carbon Fiber Composites

Materials Informatics in Chemical Industry

出村 雅彦

田中 功

足立 吉隆

Mulholland Greg

吉岡 健一

内 幸彦

Dr. Masahiko Demura
Deputy Vice President
Research and Services Division of Materials Data and Integrated System
National Institute for Materials Science

Prof. Isao Tanaka
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Kyoto University

Prof. Yoshitaka Adachi
Nagoya University

Greg Mulholland
Founder, CEO
Citrine Informatics

Kenichi Yoshioka
Toray

Dr. YUKIHIKO UCHI
Principal Expert
Analysis & Simulation Center
ASAHI KASEI

[EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation]

The EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation invites about 20 EU companies and clusters to Japan.

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Booth Number:5X-10


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