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Date Weather Visitors
(Includes the
concurrent exhibition)
February 15 (Wed.) Fair 15,928
February 16 (Thu.) Fair 18,125
February 17 (Fri.) Fair 19,053
Total 53,106
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Previous Show Report

The next show in Feb 14-16, 2018 at Tokyo Big Sight

You can reserve your booth allocation for the next show during the nano tech 2018. Booth allocation is based on "first come, first served"; obviously better allocation bring you fine business leads. Please contact the secretariat for your application.

Special Symposium Life Nanotechnology

Development of microRNA liquid biopsy for early detection of cancer

iPS cells imaging using quantum and nano particles for regenerative medicine

Whole-body and whole-organ clearing and imaging with single-cell resolution

Development of a model of basal ganglia-thalamo-cortical circuit for an understanding of Parkinson's disease motor symptoms

New Trend of Drug Discovery by Platform Technology

落谷 孝広

湯川 博

上田 泰己

五十嵐 潤

舛屋 圭一

Takahiro Ochiya
Division of Molecular and Cellulatr Medicine, Chief
National Cancer Center Research Institute  

Hiroshi Yukawa
Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduage School of Engineering, Research Center for Advanced Nanobiodevices
Nagoya University

Hiroki R. Ueda
The university of Tokyo / RIKEN(QBiC)

Jun Igarashi
Advanced Center for Computing and Communication, Computational Engineering Application Unit, ACCC Senior Research Scientist
RIKEN

Keiichi Masuya
Vice President,
Head of Chemistry
PeptiDream Inc.

Special Symposium Graphene Special

Towards industrial realization of graphene expectations

Challenges and opportunities of the industrialization of 2D materials

Collaboration Is the Key to Graphene’s Commercialization

Application of graphene to electronic devices

David Noriega Perez

Francesco Bonaccorso

Chester Burtt

佐藤 信太郎

David Noriega Perez
ArcelorMittal

Francesco Bonaccorso
IIT

Chester Burtt
Grafoid

Shintaro Sato
Research Manager Device Innovation PJ, Devices & Materials Laboratory,
Fujitsu Laboratories

Special Symposium Cellulose nanofibers

The current trends and challenges for industrialization of nanocellulose

The characteristics and applications of cellulose nanofiber "RHEOCRYSTA"

Manufacturing Technology of Nanocellulose (BiNFi-s) by Water Jet Method.

Production and Applications Development of Cellulose Nanocrystals (CNC) at InnoTech Alberta

平田 悟史

後居 洋介

小倉 孝太

Behzad (Benji) Ahvazi

Satoshi Hirata
Secretary-General
Nanocellulose Forum

Yohsuke Goi
Chief, Development Group, Rheocrysta Business Division
DKS Co. Ltd.

Kota Ogura
Project Section 1, New Development Department, Corporate Planning Division Chief
SUGINO MACHINE LIMITED

Behzad (Benji) Ahvazi
Alberta Innovates -
Technology Futures (AITF)
Cellulose Nanocrystals (CNC) ‎Team Leader

Special Symposium
AI / IoT

Special Symposium 
Materials Informatics

AI Embedded in the Real World

A Computing Platform for AI processing

麻生 英樹

中村 祐一

Hideki Asoh
Deputy Director,
Artificial Intelligence Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

Yuichi Nakamura
General Manager of System Platform Research Labs., NEC

Perspective of materials research

Materials Research by Information Integration Initiative in Nano-technology

細野 秀雄

伊藤 聡

Hideo Hosono
Professor,
Tokyo Institute of Technology

Satoshi Itoh
Department of Innovation Platform, MI2I program Manager
Japan Science and Technology Agency

[Mitsubishi Corporation]
Durobeads ™ : Granulated Carbon Nanotube with a High Level of Safety the technology to reduce inhalation risk and make CNT easier to handle.

Carbon nanotube (CNT) is often called a “dream material,” but its industrialization has not proceeded as anticipated, mainly due to the public uncertainties over its inhalation safety, and difficulties when handling its bulky powder.

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Booth Number:6V-01


[Shin-Etsu Chemical]
Silicone Solutions for New Materials, the Application of New Functions, and Developing New Products

Silicones, which consist of a backbone chain of a combination of silicon (Si) and oxygen (O), are highly functional materials possessing both inorganic and organic characteristics.

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Booth Number:5E-03


[GSI Creos]
Cup Stacked Carbon Nanotubes and Applications in Products Unique shape and characteristics create plentiful applications in technology and new product lines

GSI Creos are developing manufacturing and processing technology for “cup stacked carbon nanotubes” – which have a unique shape and characteristics – and cooperating with a number of user companies to develop products in which they are applied.

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Booth Number:4B-22


[RICOH]
New Developments in Inkjet Technology and New Optics and Laser Products for Industry

Office-oriented printing and document scanning equipment is the foundation of Ricoh’s business. The company exhibited at nano tech for the first time last year, showing their new technologies in the fields of healthcare, green tech, and nanofabrication, and was awarded the coveted nano tech Grand Award despite it being their first time at the exhibition.

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Booth Number:4J-15


【TEKNA】
RF Thermal Plasma Systems and Cutting-edge Nanomaterials Expectations for spheroid metal powders, nanopowders, and boron nitride nanotubes created through plasma systems

Tekna began in 1990 in Quebec, Canada, has expanded its business operations worldwide and become a world leading solution provider of advanced functional powder materials. Tekna’s more than 20 years of RF plasma technology R&D and process know-how contributed considerably to the development of the synthetic research of cutting-edge materials using thermal plasma of 10,000 K or higher.

 

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Booth Number:6B-08


[ZEON / Zeon Nano Technology]
Exhibiting Factory Mass-produced Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes and Products that Employ Them Get to grips with SWCNT application solutions in one stop at this booth

Zeon Corp. and Zeon Nanotechnology Co., Ltd. will exhibit their “ZEONANO™ SG101” SWCNTs (mass-produced at a plant anticipated to speed up developments in the application of SWCNTs) and products employing them.

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Booth Number:4F-09


[NICHIREI]
New Materials Causing a Stir: Antifreeze Proteins (AFPs) Developments anticipated for applications in the fields of foodstuffs, medicine, manufacturing, and more

Nichirei Corporation, a leading company in the frozen foods and refrigerated logistics sectors, will exhibit their antifreeze protein (AFP) materials in the course of their first ever participation as exhibitors at nano tech 2017, the international nanotechnology exhibition and conference. AFPs are proteins possessing the following kinds of unique functions:

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Booth Number:5E-17

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