2013/5/10 41th Nano Structured Polymer

ranspmtt (2012年9月19日 14:07)

41th Nano polymer Institute

Date:May 10 ,2013  13:00-17:00

Place:Mikakuto UHA  6th Fl.Tel:03-5408-7797           
アクセス:http://www.uha-tokyo.com/index.html

13:00-14:00   General Meeting

14:05-14:10            Greeting

14:10-15:30

Title:「Biopolymer-based nanocomposites with the aim of tissue engineering」

          Dr.Masami Okamoto        Toyota Institute of Technology

Abstract: Nancomposites based on poly(α-hydroxy esters) including PLLA are considered as a common perception for a stepping stone towards a greener and sustainable environment. Synthetic biopolymer-based nanocomposites are expected to be exposed to its products for tissue engineering scaffolds due to their biocompatibility and adjustable biodegradation kinetics. In this review, current research trends on nanocomposite materials for tissue engineering, including strategies for fabrication of nanocomposite scaffolds with highly porous and interconnected pores are presented.

BIO:Professor Okamoto received a Ph.D. in 1994 from Tokyo Institute of Technology under the direction of Professor Takashi Inoue. Following post-doctoral stay in National Institute of Advanced Industrial Sci. & Tech., Kyushu, he joined the faculty at Toyota Technological Institute.  He is recipient of the "Thomson Scientific Research Front Award 2004" for Biopolymer-based Nanocomposites, and he was nominated to an Advisory Committee of The Austrian NANO Initiative.  He has received "Morand Lambla Award 2005" for his outstanding accomplishment in Polymer Science and Engineering from Polymer Processing Society, and "Royal Society Joint Project Award" from Royal Society/UK in 2009.

Recently, he is a Regional Coordinator for Asia, Oceania & Australia of VAMAS/TWA-33 (Polymeric Nanocomposites), Associate Editor of Nanotechnology and Nanoscience and Editorial Board of J. Nanotechnology and J. Materials Science and Engineering with Advanced Technology. 

His research covers aspects of nano-structured materials and processing, publishing over 150 scientific publications with more than 8500 citations, registered numerous patents and a number of books. (h-index: 40; Web of Science, 2012)

15:30-15:40 Coffee break

15:40-17:00

Title:「Creation of highly optical functions for organosilica hybrid materials through nano-structure control」

Dr. Shinji Inagaki        Toyota CRDL

Abstract: Periodic mesoporous organosilicas (PMOs) are a new class of materials with a well-defined nanoporous structure and densely packed organic groups in their framework. Here I present the synthesis of PMOs with various functions such as light-harvesting, visible light emission, charge-transportation, and chelating of metal ions, followed by the applications to color-tunable emissive films, artificial photosynthesis, and  organic-thin film solar cells. 

BIO: Dr. Shinji Inagaki joined Toyota CRDL in 1984 after finishing master's course at Nagoya University and received his PhD from Nagoya University in 1998. He has been working on synthesis and applications of periodic mesoporous silicas and organosilicas. Currently, he is a senior fellow and the manager of Inagaki special research laboratory in TCRDL. He is also the director of a CREST (Core Research for Evolutional Science and Technology) project, JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency). His research has also been awarded through the Award of Chemistry on Catalyst Preparation (1994), the Promotion Award of the Japan Society on Adsorption (2001), the Chemical Society of Japan Award for Creative Work for 2004, the Minister Award of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology (2005), and the Japan Society on Adsorption Award (2008).

17:00-19:00  Party

March 15 2013/The 6th NANO/SPE joint seminar

The 6th NANO/SPE joint seminar
Date:March 15,2013 13:00-19:00
Place:Sumitomo Bakelite Co.,Ltd.,
140-0002 Tennozu Park Bl., Higashishinagawa 2-5-8, Shinagawa, Tokyo
Tel. 03-5462-4111
http://www.sumibe.co.jp/company/offices/head_office/index.html

"The NANO/SPE joint seminar by the Nano structured polymer Institute and SPE Japan Section have the sixth times".
In this seminar, we advocated the recent development of nano materials and an applied trend as a theme.
As development of the exact structure formation technology of the nano carbon material,
We plan from structure control of single-layered carbon nanotube and the exotic nano carbon into applied development.
We plan a developing trend of the cellulose nano fiber in not only the side as nano materials but also the flow of the de-oil resource,
The Presentation which took up a next-generation topic about the tire material which nano materials were applied to skillfully for a long time again.

From 13:00 to 13:05 opening remarks
From 13:05 to 14:00
"Structure / physical property control of the single-layered carbon nanotube"
Recent development in CVD composition, separation and refinement, the manufacturing process
(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology nanotube application study center Tsuyoshi Saito)

BIO:Had started his professional career as a postdoctoral fellow and lecturer of Kyoto Univ. Venture Business Laboratory (2000-2002). Joined in a japanese company (Toray Industries, Inc., Electronic & Imaging Materials Research Laboratories) from 2002 until 2003. Transfered to National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in 2003 as a Research Scientist (2003-2008), and a Team Leader (2008-Now). Concurrently has/had taken up additional posts as a Researcher of JST-PRESTO (2006-2010), Visiting Associate Professor of Tokyo Metropolitan University (TMU) (2009-2010), Visiting Professors of TMU and Shinshu University (2011-Now). The winner of Iijima Award from The Fullerenes and Nanotubes Research Society of Japan in 2006.
From 14:00 to 14:55
"Application of exotic nano carbon and the Composite material"
(Shinshu University Professor Toru Noguchi)

Abstract:We can obtain the super composite materials possessing excellent properties such as, High rigidity and strength, High toughness, High heat resistance, High chemical resistance through exotic nanocarbons and various matrices. Revolution is waiting for us in the field of, Transport aircraft and automobiles, Oil field, Energy, Environment, Medical equipment, and Very broad range of industries

BIO:I graduated from Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University, 1977, and I get a PhD in the Department of Materials Science, Kobe University Graduate School in 1985.  I joined Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd. in 1982, after that, I moved to Nisshin kogyo Ltd. in 2001.  I also serve as professor at Shinshu University in 2010.

I conducted a national project of 10 times so far, and I'm currently implementing a national project of four.
From 14:55 to 15:10
... break ...
From 15:10 to 16:05
"Structure, the function of the cellulose nano fiber film and applied development"
(Tokyo University graduate school agriculture life sciences graduate course Professor Akira Isogai)

Abstract:TEMPO-oxidized cellulose nanofibers (TOCNs) are new bio-based nano-materials prepared from abundant wood biomass by TEMPO-mediated oxidation. TOCNs with ultrafine widths are completely nano-dispersible in water. In this paper, recent advances of TOCNs are reviewed primarily based on the results obtained in our laboratory.

BIO:2003-present: Professor, The University of Tokyo, Department of Biomaterial Sciences

1994-2003: Associate Professor of The University of Tokyo

1986-1994: Research Assistant of The University of Tokyo

1985: Ph.D from The University of Tokyo

Specialty field: Cellulose science, bio-based nano-materials, polysaccharide chemistry
From 16:05 to 17:00
"Next-generation tire material technology"
(Bridgestone Corporation fellow Keizo Akutagawa)

Abstract:I would like to present a technique to control the three dimensional nano-scale hierarchical structures of elastomer used for super fuel-efficient tire compound, which was achieved by computational science

and nano visualization techniques.

BIO:1988-present : Bridgestone Corporation

1992-1995:London University

2009-2012:R&D chief of NEDO "nanotech charenge" program

Ph.D, Editorial board of "The Society of Rubber Industry, Japan", Member

of "IoM3 - Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining"
17:1019:00
Party (¥5,000-/a person)

Participation

Participation fee
Membership of Research Association of Nano Structured Polymer and SPE Japan:no charge
Other people ¥10,000-
Please contact as follows:
Contact:k-murayama@post.lintec.co.jp
Contact:M.ogiwara@zeon.co.jp

2012/05/25 39th Nano Structured Polymer

Title:Mechanism and control of optical properties of polymers
Abstract:
In this seminar, I will introduce our research activities on the 
mechanism and control of optical  properties of polymers such as 
birefringence and so on.
BIO:
1997:Doctor of engineering, Kyushu University
1997-2000:Post doctoral fellow, Venture Business Laboratory, Kyoto University
2000-2007:Research associate
2007- present Assistant professor
Research subject
Optical properties of polymers, polymer structure and properties 
(polymer blends, crystalline polymers, composites etc.)

10th Exchange party of expert & young of Nano

In the exchange party of the last year, three Presentation which featured the theme of 'heat conduction' as advanced technology of the nanostructure polymer and panel discussion and visit the Lintec Corp. Agatsuma factory.

In this year, visit of Nissan arc Co., Ltd. (the visit of analysis facilities and two technical introductions) was planned.

In addition, as well as an average year, the panel discussion by all the attendants and special Presentation are carried out.

Date: September 13, 14,2011

The theme of this year will think about the disaster prevention product of 'nano materials based on 3.11 East Japan great earthquake disasters!      Active exchange of opinions is carried out in this exchange party and expects that making it promotes business by the nanotechnology.

Place:Nissan arc Co., Ltd.            Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. Zushi sanitarium 

Contents:

Tuesday, September 13                 Nissan arc Co., Ltd. tour meeting 

12:40 Keihin Express Oppama station ticket gate exit collection (a participant receptionist)

13:10 bus ride (4 bus platform ⇒ Sumitomo heavy industrial machine line ride (rate:) 

13:40 Greetings nanostructure polymer study association's chairperson opening 

13:50 - 14:30 Technical Introduction ① Mr. Kato jun 

Title: Analysis techniques on interfacial structures of polymer/polymer and polymer/other materials

Abstract: Interface structures of polymer/polymer and polymer/other materials play an important role in advanced material technology related to adhesive layer, polymer composite, laminate film and so on. This time, we explain our original analysis techniques of their interface structures by using the N-ARC method  (New Analysis of Resin Cross section), EPMA (Electron Probe Micro-Analyser),  imaging IR, Raman spectroscopy, SPM (Scanning Probe Microscopy) etc.

Dr. Atsushi Kato, Senior Research Manager, Material Analysis Department, NISSAN-ARC, LTD.

BIO:1954born in Yamagata prefecture

Omission

1985              Dr., Dept. of Science, Tohoku University

1985-1988     Resin Research Center, Idemitsu Petrochemical Co., Ltd. 

1988-1989     Industry-University Joint Research Center,  Yamagata University

1989-1997     Nissan Research Center, NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.

1997-2011     Research Department, NISSAN ARC, LTD.

2011-present  Material Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, LTD.


Research and professional experience:

2006-2007      Guest Assistant Professor of Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, working with Professor Shinzo Kohjiya 

2007-present  Guest Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering, University of Yamanashi, working with Professor Akihiro Suzuki

2008-2009      Guest Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering, University of Technology of Nagaoka, working with Professor Yoshinobu Isono

Award:

2010         2009-2010 Review Article Award of the Materials Life Society, Japan

Specialized field: Polymer chemistry, Polymer physics, Rheology, Polymer analysis

14:30-15:10 Technical Introduction ② Mr.Shichi Yushi

Title: Recent analysis techniques for Lithium-ion batteries.

Abstract: Analysis techniques concerning Lithium-ion battery (LIB) play an increasingly important role both in LIB research and production. Several topics of the techniques are mentioned in this lecture, including process without air exposure, in-situ analysis during charge-discharge process and self-diffusivity measurement of Li ion using nuclear magnetic resonance.

BIO: Senior Manager, Service Engineering Department, NISSAN ARC LTD.  

Lecturer, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Keio University 

Doctor of Engineering.

Specialized field: surface analysis, battery analysis and catalyst analysis


15:10-15:20 Break

15:20-16:00  Nissan arc  Co., Ltd.The tour of analysis facilities.

*As for the camera, the mobile camera, disabled (a technical introduction, tour meeting)

16:16 or 16:51 Departure from Nissan Institute bus stop for Oppama Station 

→Transfer at Kanazawahakkei Station

→Get off at Shinzushi Station.

approximately foot 18 minutes by Furukawa Electric sanitarium Co., Ltd.  (traveling time: for approximately 60 minutes).

17:30-20:00 check-in, a break, supper, bathing

20:00-23:00 

The panel discussion  with social togethering

"Let's think about the disaster prevention product of 'nano materials"

A topic offer:All the participants

(self-introduction)+By optional PowerPoint with a topic offer argument)

[2]Wednesday, September 14,2011

8:00   Breakfast check-out

9:00-10:20 Special Presentation ① 

Title:Introduction to seismic-isolation technology and the future materials for seismic-isolation.

                          Mr.Toshio Toshio of Tohoku Univ.

Abstract:I will talk about the introduction of seismic-elastomeic isolators with exaples from the world including recent results at the Giant East Japan Earthquakes.  Future problems with elastomeric materials for seismic protection will be also presented with examples.

BIO:1967: Tokyo University graduate school engineering graduate course applied physics master's course completion

1967-1980:Bridgestone Tire Co., Ltd. research and development headquarters

1972:Doctor of engineering (Tokyo University)

1972-1975:Researcher of Bell Laboratories honorary member

1980-2003:Tokyo University department of engineering instructor, an assistant professor, a professor (a department of engineering physics mechanic subject, physical engineering specialty)

2003:Professor emeritus at The University of Tokyo

2003-2008:Tokyo Institute of Technology theory engineering graduate course organic high molecular material specialty professor

2008:Professor emeritus at Tokyo Institute of Technology

2008 -:The chief scientist and the professor at Tohoku University atomic molecule materials science high study system

1995-1997:Association of Corp. Nippon Rubber's chairperson

2000-2002:Corp. Society of Polymer Science, Japan's vice-chairperson

2000 -:ISO/TC45/SC4/WG9(Elastomeric Isolators)Convener

2005 -:Chairpersons seismic isolation rubber JIS

2005 -:Supreme Court expert adviser

2006 -:Science Council of Japan cooperation committee

2006 -:TPE technology Institute chairperson

2009 -:Director of association of Japanese quake-absorbing structure

Nanotechnology high polymer as for the specialty, high polymer mega technology, polymer alloy, a polymer composite.

10:20-11:40 

the Presentation ② Mitsubishi Chemical Co.Ltd., Mr.Hiroaki Yamaoka     

An organic solar battery  


A group photo, dissolution


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Participation fee:

A member (10,000 yen), a nonmember (20,000 yen)

* entrance fee includes lodging expense (1 loging 2 day including Banquet)

20members capacity

Attention:The participation only for Nissan arc Co.,ltd.visit  is impossibility

The participation only for Zushi sanitariums is possible and becomes the provided that above entrance fee.


contact:

Association of nanostructure polymer study Administration Masahide Tashiro

jpnano1@me.com

A telephone: 04-7152-9379