2012年6月アーカイブ

2012/09/28 7th TPE technology Open seminar

7th TPE technology Open seminar 


Place:Conference Square M plus  middle1+2

〒100-0005  1st fl of mitsubishi building, Marunouchi 2-5-2,Chiyoda, Tokyo

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Sponsorship:TPE technology Institute 

Place:Conference Square M plus  middle1+2

〒100-0005  10F of mitsubishi building, Marunouchi 2-5-2,Chiyoda, Tokyo

www.marunouchi-hc.jp

10:30-11:00 Start Reception

11:00-11:10 Greeting Chair PhD Nishi

11:10-12:10

Polyurethane Thermoplastic Elastomer-Carbon Nanotube Composites

Dr. Brian P, Grady      University of Oklahoma

Abstract:

Carbon nanotubes are in many ways similar to polymers. Both molecules have contour lengt typically on the order of 1 micron and, for single-walled tubes, diameters between 0.5 and 1nm. Interms of physics, the significant difference between the two is the significantly larger inflexibility of a nanotube, which is quantified by an orders-of-magnitude larger persistence length. This talk will first describe how nanotube and polymer physics interact with one another in composites of the two materials. Multiphase polymer materials, such as polyurethane thermoplastic elastomers, offer an additional complication since the length of a carbon nanotube is usually larger than one or both of the domain sizes in the unfilled materials. 

 Studies have shown that the energetic driving force for nanotubes to reside in one phase or another in systems with large domains (e.g. polymer blends) can be very small to force nanotubes into one phase because of the anisotropy of nanotubes. This talk will explore how nanotubes alter the morphology of polyurethanes as well as their other (mechanical, electrical etc.) properties, and will also make it very clear that more is unknown than known about these fascinating materials.

BIO:

Brian Grady received a B.S. from the University of Illinois in 1987, and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin in 1994, both in Chemical Engineering. Since 1994, he has been employed by the University of Oklahoma as a faculty member in the School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering and currently is the Conoco-DuPont Professor of Chemical Engineering. He has authored over 100 refereed publications and book chapters and is also the author of a new book entitled "Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Composites Manufacture, Properties and Applications" published by Wiley. He served on the Executive Committee of the Society of Plastics Engineers from 2008-2012 and served as Secretary of the Society in 2010-2011. He was elected as a Fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers in 2012.

12:10-13:10 Lunch 

13:10-14:10

Dielecric Elastomer Artificial Muscles (High-Efficiency Actuation Mode and Energy)

Dr. Seiki Chiba       the CEO president of Chiba Science Institute. 

Abstract:

Using dielectric elastomer actuator makes it possible to achieve a highly efficient transduction from electric energy into mechanical energy, which translates into a considerable energy saving compared with other actuator technologies. Furthermore, its low cost, light weight,softness, and quietness make the actuator suitable for robots, sensors, motors, speakers, pumps, and smart materials.

The generator mode in dielectric elastomer uses the actuator mode process in reverse, transforming mechanical energy originating from the physical deformation of the elastomer film into electrical energy. 

Dielectric elastomer has several characteristics that make it potentially well suited for wave, water current, wind, human motion, and other 

environmental energy harvesting systems including high energy densityallowing for minimal elastomer material quantities, high energy conversion

efficiency independent of frequency of operation and non-toxic and non-corrosion-susceptible low-cost materials.

BIO:

Dr. Seiki Chiba was Executive Director for Advanced R&D Project Development, SRI International (Stanford Research Institute) till January 2011. Dr. Chiba was supervising and researching advanced R&D programs including Japanese Government projects for the past 20 years at SRI. Before joining SRI, he worked at Media Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute Technology, as visiting scientist for three years. Now, he is the CEO president of Chiba Science Institute. He serves also as visiting scientist of AIST (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) from April, 2012.

He is the author or coauthor of more than 150 papers published on the various areas including artificial muscle actuators & generators, hydrogen safety, fullerene, high temperature membranes for hydrogen production, fuel cells, Graphics Recognition, R&D management. He also wrote 15 books for computer simulation, micro machine, catalysis, fuel cells, conductive materials, R&D Management, artificial muscle actuators, high temperature membranes for hydrogen production, renewable energy, wave power generation, etc. 

Dr. Chiba received his Ph.D. in Metallurgy & Material Science from the University of Wales (Britain). He jumped to the Ph.D. course without doing M.S. 

He received special awards from Orgatechno Symposium in 2005 and 2006. He also received the best paper award from the 5th International Symposium on Environmental Conscious Design in 2007. At SRI, He received BD&M Hero award in 2004,and Golden Nugget Award in 2010.

14:10-15:10

Printed  electronics  (PE)  - now and future -

Mr.Jiro Watanabe                         Toppan Printing Co

Abstract:

The researches and developments of PE are proceeding with big energy involving USA, Japan, Germany, Korea and Taiwan.  The time of an actual commercialization seems to be coming  soon .The speaker will talk about the current status of PE. At the same time he will explain about the future of EP from the standpoint of a printing firm.

BIO:

Senior Chief Researcher, Technical Research Institute, Toppan Printing Co  Chairman, Highly Functional Films Research Association

15:10-15:40 coffee break

15:40-16:40

"Production and the application of the cellulose nano fiber reinforced plastics"

- to make the future car with a plant-

Mr. Hiroyuki Yano        Kyoto University

Abstrct:

Cellulose nano fiber is 50% nanofiber accounting for the above of the plant cell walls (a vegetable fiber).

The elastic modulus, strength reach 140GPa and 3GPa each.

Furthermore, the coefficient of thermal expansion is low so as to be equal to 0.1ppm/degree Celsius and a quartz glass.

In this Presentation, I introduce it about the production technology to use of the cellulose nano fiber including the world trend about nanose rurosu materials.


BIO:

September, 1986  Kyoto University graduate school agriculture graduate course Ph.D. program forestry engineering specialty withdrawal from school.I reach it at the Mayor of Kyoto University survival zone Institute survival zone interdisciplinary germination research center center additional post present in April, 2010


17:00-19:00   Dinner Party

Participation fee:

         A member of RANSP (Free of charge)

         Other 10,000 yen

         Banket fee participant 6,000 yen

          Contact:k-murayama@post.lintec.co.jp



 

      第7回TPE公開講演会の講師の略歴

 

Dr. Brian P, Grady

Brian Grady received a B.S. from the University of Illinois in 1987, and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin in 1994, both in Chemical Engineering. Since 1994, he has been employed by the University of Oklahoma as a faculty member in the School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering and currently is the Conoco-DuPont Professor of Chemical Engineering. He has authored over 100 refereed publications and book chapters and is also the author of a new book entitled "Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Composites Manufacture, Properties and Applications" published by Wiley. He served on the Executive Committee of the Society of Plastics Engineers from 2008-2012 and served as Secretary of the Society in 2010-2011. He was elected as a Fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers in 2012.

 

 

矢野浩之氏

昭和619  京都大学大学院農学研究科博士課程林産工学専攻退学

昭和6110  京都府立大学農学部助手

平成42    京都府立大学農学部講師

平成1010  京都大学木質科学研究所助教授

平成144月  秋田県立大学木材高度加工研究所客員助教授

平成164月  京都大学生存圏研究所教授

平成224月  京都大学生存圏研究所生存圏学際萌芽研究センター センター長兼任

現在に至る

 

受賞歴

平成元年 日本木材学会奨励賞

平成17年 セルロース学会林治助(はやしじすけ)賞

平成21年 日本木材学会賞

 

千葉正毅氏

最終学歴:1979年 英国ウエールズ大学 応用材料学部(カーディフカレッジ)修士課程をジャンプして博士課程修了、

1980年 Ph.D 授与(理学博士)

職歴

1987-1990年 Massachusetts Institute Technology (MIT), Media Laboratory, Visiting Scientist(マサチューセッツ工科大学、メディアラボ、ビジティングサイエンティスト)

1990年 米国SRIインターナショナル(Stanford Research Institute)に入社。

2000年より 先端研究開発プロジェクト担当 本部長(Executive Director

2011年 1月末 SRI退社

2012年 1月 千葉科学研究所 代表

2012年 4月 産業技術総合研究所 関西センター 客員研究員

 

専門:材料全般および加工技術、マイクロ・ナノマシン技術、バーチャルリアリティー

及びシミュレーション技術、低温メタノール分解触媒技術、中世英字認識技術、水素安全・水素製造用膜合成技術、高温燃料電池用膜合成技術、人工筋肉創製技術等

 

主な著書:

・シミュレーション発想(コンピュータが生んだ疑似空間の可能性)ダイヤモンド社

・マイクロマシン技術と応用(分担執筆)シーエムシー出版

 ・2009 新エネルギー技術大全(分担執筆)電子ジャーナル

・研究開発テーマの発掘法(分担執筆)技術情報協会

・未来を動かすソフトアクチュエータ:高分子・生体材料を中心とした研究開発

 (分担執筆)シーエムシー出版

・失敗から学ぶR&Dマネジメント (分担執筆)技術情報協会

・海洋再生エネルギーの市場展望と開発動向(分担執筆)サイエンス・テクノロジー社

           Wireless Communication, In Tech (July 2011

その他多数出筆

 


 渡辺 二郎(ワタナベ ニロウ)

・生年月日  19520529日生  

・最終学歴・学位    1978.03 東京都立大学 工学研究科 修了(修士)

・所属および役職名   1978.04 凸版印刷株式会社入社

            現在    事業開発・研究本部(主席研究員)

・研究開発歴              

主に機能性高分子の研究開発に従事                                                            

    1)記録材料の開発(ジアゾ型感熱材料、リライタブル記録材料、樹脂型感熱転写リボン等)                                                      

    2)フォトポリマー開発(リップマンホログラム材料、カラーフィルター材料                                                            

3)FPD用光学部材の開発(反射防止フイルム,バックライト部材、等)

4)Printed-Electronics  

 

                              以上 

 前略 第7回TPE技術研究会公開講演会を下記の要領で開催致しますので、万障繰り合わせの上、奮ってご参加下さいます様お願い申し上げます。なお、詳細に付きましては以下のURLをご参照頂きたく。

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日時 : 2012年9月28日(金) 11:00~19:10

場所 : Conference Square Mプラス  部屋名 Success

100-0005 東京都千代田区丸の内2-5-2 三菱ビル1F

             アクセス : http://www.marunouchi-hc.jp

10:30 : 受付開始

11:00 - 11:10 西会長挨拶                                              講師の略歴

11:10 - 12:10 Dr. Brian P, Grady (University of Oklahoma)によるご講演

演題 : 「Polyurethane Thermoplastic Elastomer-Carbon Nanotube Composites
 要旨 : Carbon nanotubes are in many ways similar to polymers. Both molecules have contour lengths typically on the order of 1   micron and, for single-walled tubes, diameters between 0.5 and 1 nm. Interms of physics, the significant difference between the two is the significantly larger inflexibility of a nanotube, which is quantified by an orders-of-magnitude larger persistence length. This talk will first describe how nanotube and polymer physics interact with one another in composites of the two materials. Multiphase polymer materials, such as polyurethane thermoplastic elastomers, offer an additional complication since the length of a carbon nanotube is usually larger than one or both of the domain sizes in the unfilled materials.
 Studies have shown that the energetic driving force for nanotubes to reside in one phase or another in systems with large domains (e.g. polymer blends) can be very small to force nanotubes into one phase because of the anisotropy of nanotubes. This talk will explore how nanotubes alter the morphology of polyurethanes as well as their other (mechanical, electrical etc.) properties, and will also make it very clear that more is unknown than known about these fascinating materials.

12:10 -13:10 昼食(各自で最寄りのレストラン等でお取り頂きたく)

13:10 - 14:10 千葉正毅氏(千葉科学研究所 代表)によるご講演

 演題 : 誘電エラストマ人工筋肉を用いた革新的省エネアクチュエータと発電システム」

要旨:誘電エラストマを用いたアクチュエータは、構造が簡単で製造コストも安く、軽量で、かつエネルギー変換効率が非常に高いため、省エネルギー化を一層推し進めるキーデバイスとして期待されている。また本アクチュエータを逆に駆動すると、高効率発電が可能なため、再生可能エネルギーの新しい回収手段としても大いに注目されている。

14:10 - 15:10 渡辺二郎氏(凸版印刷、機能性フィルム研究会 会長)によるご講演

演題 : 「プリンテッド・エレクトロニクス(PE)の現状と将来動向」
要旨 : PEは欧米、日本、韓国、台湾を巻き込み, 多くの用途・分野で勢力的に検討が進んでる来ており、実用化は迫って来ている。
この様な現状を概観し、印刷メーカーの視点から将来の動向に ついて考える。

15:0 - 15:0 休憩

15:40 - 16:40 矢野浩之教授(京都大学)によるご講演

演題 :セルロースナノファイバー強化プラスチックの製造と利用 未来の車は植物で創る -

要旨 : セルロースナノファイバーは、植物細胞壁(植物繊維)の50%以上を占めるナノ 繊維である。その弾性率、強度はそれぞれ140GPaおよび3GPaに達する。さらに、 熱膨張係数は0.1ppm/℃と、石英ガラスに匹敵するほど低い。本講演では、ナノセ
ルロース材料に関する世界の動向も含め、セルロースナノファイバーの製造技術 と利用について紹介する。

17:10 - 19:10 懇親会(会場近くを予定

本講演会へのご参加ご希望の方々へ

 参加希望の方は下のメール宛てにてその旨ご連絡下さい(懇親会参加の有無を含めて)(9月23日までに)

特定非営利活動法人 ナノ構造ポリマー研究協会

   ナノ構造ポリマー研究会会員委員     村山 健一

リンテック株式会社   メール:k-murayama@post.lintec.co.jp

 参加費用 : 下記を除く一般の方々は10,000

           ナノ構造ポリマー研究協会 会員 

                TPE技術研究会 法人会員(3名まで)は無料

 懇親会費 : 実費(6,000円/人)(領収書、請求書が必要の方はその旨お知らせ下さい)

参加ご希望の方は、講演会だけでなく懇親会への参加も事前にご連絡下さい。(9月23日まで)

 入金先 :

   指定郵便局口座:00160-5-122437 口座名義:NPOナノ構造ポリマー研究協会 叉は
   りそな銀行 柏支店 普通口座 1108685   口座名義:特定非営利活動法人 ナノ構造ポリマー研究協会

TPE技術研究会

運営委員 向井淳彦

 

2012/7/26 31th TPE Technology Institute

31th TPE Technology Institute
Support: NPO Research Association Nano Structured Polymer
Place:Chiyoda Platform  Conference room 506
Address:〒101-0054     3-21,Kanda-Nishikichou,Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 
Chiyoda Platform Square
TEL:03-3233-1511 FAX:03-3233-1501
Access:http://www.yamori.jp/modules/tinyd2/index.php?id=10
Date: July 26, 2012  14:00-19:00
Manager Meeting:14:00-15:30
Study Meeting:15:30-17:00


14:00~15:30 TPE Directer Meeting
15:30~16:30 
Title :What I felt to be Middle Eastern fasciation industry circumstances and duty in Saudi Arabia
                          Takefumi Tominaga           
Sumitomo Chemical Co.,Ltd      Petrochemical Lab. Rubber Elastomer Group
BIO: 
1998 Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd., Petrochemical research institute 
2008 Rabigh Refining & Petrochemical Company (Petro Rabigh) 
2011 Sumitomo chemistry Co. Ltd., Petrochemical research institute 
Now engaged in development of the olefinic system TPE on an EPDM TPE 
Abstract
Explanation of Saudi Arabia on present Petrochemistry & economic condition
I introduce stories of the new scientific system university (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology:KAUST) establishment in advance of next-generation leader upbringing.
The idle talks such as the work circumstances with the Muslim, the way of experienced in the starting for the new post period of own living.

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