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New Energy and Industrial Technology Development
Organization (NEDO)

Jan. 28 (Thu.) 15:00-16:45
Venue : Main theater in the exhibition / Fee : Free

Opening Remarks 15:00-15:05
山崎 知巳 氏

Tomomi Yamazaki
Director General, Electronics, Materials Technology and Nanotechnology Dept,
New Energy and Industrial Technology Develompent Organization (NEDO)

[ Abstract ]

Carbon nanomaterials such as carbon nanotube, graphene, and fullerene have distinct characteristics including very light weight, high strength, and high thermal and electric conductivities. Use of such materials will thus increase energy consumption efficiency. Since 1998, NEDO has continuously conducted the related R&D projects to promote the practical application of carbon nanomaterials for 18 years. In this seminar, we will introduce our current "Project for Practical Application of Carbon Nanomaterials for a Low Carbon Emission Society" and the technical roadmap for accerelating the practical application, as well as two prominent results of these projects. A part of these developing products can also be found at the exibition booth at 4b-01.

[ Profile ]

1990-1992 Graduate School of Engineering, University of Tokyo. 1992- Ministry of International Trade and Industry (currently, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry). 2013- New Energy and Industrial Technology Develompent Organization (NEDO), via Director General of Biotechnology and Medical Technology Dept., Director General of International Affairs Dept., and then 2015- Director General of Electronics, Materials Technology and Nanotechnology Dept.

Nano-carbon application project to realize a low carbon society
-Toward the industrialization of nano-carbons  15:05-15:25
湯村 守雄 氏

Motoo YUMURA
Prime Senior Researcher, CNT-Application, ResearchCenter, AIST

[ Abstract ]

The body of automobiles and aircrafts are made of steel or aluminum. For electrical appliances, metals (such as copper, gold, silver, and tin) and rare metals (such as indium), and for semiconductor wafers, silica and mineral resources from underground are used.Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene, which are omnipresent carbon nanostructures, are expected to be efficient replacement of those materials in the future.
The “Nano-carbon application project to realize a low carbon society” is engaged in the R&D of nano-carbons, high-performance and super-functioning CNTs and graphene, to promote mass production technologies and develop practical applications using new nano-carbon composite materials. I will present these activity of this project.

[ Profile ]

University of Tokyo (March 1979, Doctor of Engineering). Through the Nanotube Research Center Deputy Director, appointed to prime senior researcher of AIST Japan (April 2015). Disciplines: reaction engineering. Since 1992, Engaged in the development of carbon nanotube mass production technology and its applications toward the industrialization of carbon nanotubes.

Introduction of Technical Roadmap toward Practical
Application of Carbon Nanomaterials 15:25-15:45
小久保 研 氏

Ken Kokubo
Project Manager and Chief Officer, Electronics, Materials Technology and Nanotechnology Dept,
New Energy and Industrial Technology Develompent Organization (NEDO)

[ Abstract ]

Carbon nanomaterials such as carbon nanotube, graphene, and fullerene have distinct characteristics including very light weight and high thermal and electric conductivity. Use of such materials will thus increase energy consumption efficiency. With the aim of developing carbon nanomaterials, last fiscal year NEDO developed a technical roadmap of carbon nanomaterials for practical application. In this fiscal year, we have formulated a comprehensive roadmap with new 14 application fields in addition to 3 fields, such as secondary battery, transparent conductive thin-film, and safety, that have already surveyed last year. A part of these developing products can be found at the exibition booth at 4b-01.

[ Profile ]

1990-1994 Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University, 1994-1998 Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, March 1998 Dr. (Engineering) Osaka University. 1998-2007 Assistant Professor of Osaka University, 2007- Associate Professor of Osaka University, 2008-2009 Visiting Associate Professor of University of Massachusetts, 2015- Project Manager and Chief Officer of New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (Cross-Appointment between Osaka University and NEDO).

Efforts for industrial application of Super Growth Carbon Nanotube.
15:45-16:15
上島 貢 氏

Mitsugu Uejima

Manager, CNT Laboratory, ZEON CORPORATION

[ Abstract ]

The Single Wall Carbon Nanotube synthesized by super growth method (SGCNT) which was discovered by Dr. Hata et al. at National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology in 2004 exhibits outstanding features such as high length (high aspect ratio), high purity and high surface area. Accordingly, there are many studies to use SGCNT as an effective additive for the production of high electrical/thermal conductive rubbers and high thermal conductive metal composites. The applications of these new materials in a wide range of industrial fields are highly expected. In this lecture, overview of the research and development of SGCNT as well as its composite materials fabrication processes will be addressed and their potential applications in the future will also be introduced.

[ Profile ]

Education: 1995 MS Tokyo Institute of Technology
Carrer: 2001- Zeon Corporation, 2009- New materials Development Laboratory Team Leader, 2009-2010 NEDO PJ “Carbon Nanotube Capacitor Project” Group Leader, 2010-2014 NEDO PJ “Innovative carbon nanotubes composite materials project toward achieving a low-carbon society” Group Leader, 2015- CNT Laboratory Maneger

Development of See-through Flexible Organic Photovoltaic and
its Evolution in the Future 16:15-16:45
山岡 弘明 氏

Hiroaki Yamaoka

Director, General Manager, OPV Business Development Department,
Information and Electronics Division, Mitsubishi Cemical Corporation

[ Abstract ]

The organic-thin-film photovoltaic has characteristics such as variation of the color and  optical transparency besides light weight and flexibility. These characteristics can promote the diversification of usage for photovoltaic.  Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation has realized 11.7% efficiency as single cell, which is world record at present, by designing p-type and n-type organic semiconductors, optimizing for devise layers and controlling morphology. We are developing continuous coating production by Roll-to-Roll process. It is very important to create new needs by utilizing the characteristics of OPV(Organic Photovoltaic) for commercialization. We have developed See-through OPV window film for energy saving building and ZEB(Zero energy building) , and have started market development from 2015.
We would like to explain the technical and market development of OPV.
We are exhibiting See-through OPV window film, please come to the booth

[ Profile ]

April, 1982 Graduated from Institute of Chemistry,
Division of Science, Tohoku University
April,1982 Joined Mitsubishi Kasei Industries
April,2005 General Manager, Planning Department,
Performance Products Segment,
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
April 2006 General Manager, Technology Coordination Department,
Performance Chemicals Development and Coordination Division
April 2007 General Manager, Technology Coordination Department,
Performance Chemicals Development and Coordination Division
General Manager, Performance Products Research Center
April 2008 General Manager, Project PV Department,
General Manager, Technology Coordination Department,
Performance Chemicals Development and Coordination Division
April 2009 General Manager, OPV Business Development
June 2012 Director, General Manager, OPV Business Development,
Information and Electric Division
※In charge of PV business development and OPV development and commercialization
Major: Polymer Science, Organic Chemistry

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