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20191211 The 54th Nanostructured Polymer Institute.

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The 54th Nanostructured Polymer Institute.

Next year, 5G (5th generation mobile communication system) commercial service is scheduled to start in Japan. Therefore, we focus on “design and development of materials for 5G wireless communication systems”. The lecturers will explain in an easy-to-understand manner, from basics and overview of 5G, required characteristics for materials, and surface enhancement and interface bonding technologies to material design for low dielectric loss polyimide. We would like to ask you to participate.

Date : December 11, 2019 (Wednesday) 13:30-19:00

Place : Mikakutoh UHA TKP conference center 4B

Tel : 03-5408-7797

http://www.kashikaigishitsu.net/facilitys/cc-uha-hamamatsucho/access/

〒105-0013   Hamamatsucho 1-26-1, Minatoku, Tokyo

Content : 

13:30-13:40  

Greeting : Dr. Yoshihisa Kano

 (NPO Research Assosiation of Nano Structured Polymer, Vice President) 

13:40-14:40

Title : IoT Society and Required Materials for 5G mobile communications system

      Mr. Takeda Satoshi  (MirasoLab)

Abstract : 5G mobile communications system is one of the key technologies in upcoming IoT society. Since higher frequencies are used in the 5G system, lower transmission loss materials are required. In the presentation, the feature of 5G and characteristics of the required materials will be explained.

Bio :

1992-2017 Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. (AGC)

Project Leader for New Products & New Business development

2017, Sep Quit AGC

2017, Oct MirasoLab, Founder

14:40-15:40

Title : Control of Surface and Interface Functionality by Surface Chemical Modification and

Nanocoating Technology – Application to Joining of Dissimilar Materials with High

Joint Strength for 5G FPC –I

      Dr. Nakamura Takako

 (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))

Abstract : We have developed a simple and useful process for fabricating functional polymer and carbon materials modified with a variety of functionalities by surface photochemical modifications. The introduction of the functional moieties on the surface of these materials showed an improvement of their original properties while maintaining the bulk properties of polymer and carbon materials. We will also report on the nanocoating technology for the control of surface and interface functionality and for an application to joining of dissimilar materials with high joint strength for 5G FPC.

Bio :

Dr. Takako Nakamura is a Chief Senior Researcher of Advanced Coating Technology Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). Graduated from Department of Chemistry of Tokyo Metropolitan University in 1988. Received her Doctor of Science degree from Tokyo Metropolitan University in 1993, entitled “Studies on the organic synthesis using sulfonium salts as alkylating reagents”. She joined National Institute of Materials and Chemical Research in 1993. Now the name of the institute has been changed National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) for reorganization. In 2011, she joined Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics as a visiting scientist. She has been engaged in research on organic chemistry, photochemistry and material chemistry. Her current research topics include chemical modification of polymer and carbon materials using organic- and photochemical techniques.

15:40-15:50 Coffee break

15:50-16:50

Title : Low dissipation loss polyimide molecular design for RF application

Dr. Tomikawa Masao  (Toray Industries Inc.)

Abstract : Polymer insulation materials are required for high frequency operation as proceeding the 5G telecommunication and millimeter radar technologies. I will show the low dissipation loss resin based from polyimides suitable for those good materials properties.

Bio :

Dr. Masao Tomikawa is research fellow of Toray Industries Inc., He obtained his BS and MS. in agriculture at The University Tokyo, Engineering Doctor’s degree (Ph.D.) at Tokyo Institute Technology. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Akron from 1992 to 1994.

and awarded from The Chemical Society Japan (2007) and The Society of Polymer Science Japan (1991), and Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation for unique Patent. In addition, he obtained best paper award from SMTA Panpacific Conference at 2018. He has many papers and patens. He is a specialist of photo sensitive polyimide chemistry and materials for micro-electronics.

17:00-19:00 Social Gathering (¥5,000/person)

The participation

NPO Reserach Association of Nano Structuted Polymer member & reporter : free of charge

General person : 10,000 yen 

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