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SCEJ Trans-Division Symposium [Japanese]

SCEJ Trans-Division Symposium

ST-21 Novel Development of Plasma Processing

Sep. 25 (Fri) 9:40-14:40 Hall M (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Fluid & Particle Processing Division
Division of Thermal Engineering
Organizers
HARANO Azuchi(Gunma Univ.)
ONOE Kaoru(Chiba Inst. of Tech.)
MATSUKUMA Yosuke(Fukuoka Univ.)
WATANABE Takayuki(Kyushu Univ.)
Plasma processing has attracted extensive attention for novel material processing, medical and food treatment, and environmental application. It has been utilized for a number of innovative industrial applications, but no systematic study of processes has been made at present. This symposium motivates to discuss the basic as well as applications of plasma processing based on chemical engineering approach. Outstanding student award will be given to distinguished young speakers at the session.
ST-22 CVD and Dry Processes

Sep. 25 (Fri) 9:20-15:20
Sep. 26 (Sat) 9:00-14:20 Hall K (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Supercritical Fluids
Division of Materials and Interfaces
Co-sponsor
CVD Society of Japan
Organizing Committee of Cat-CVD Symposium
Organizers
SHIMADA Manabu(Hiroshima Univ.)
HABUKA Hitoshi(Yokohama Nat. Univ.)
NISHIDA Satoshi(Gifu Univ.)
SUGIME Hisashi(Waseda Univ.)
CVD and other dry processes are core technology in the industry applications for solar cell, electronics devices, MEMS, and functional coatings. This symposium motivates to discuss the logical optimization and design for controlling the microstructure and functions of thin films and fine particles produced by CVD or other dry processes based on the theoretical understanding of reaction mechanisms. Young Researcher Award will be given to distinguished young speakers chosen at the session.
ST-23 Cell, Energy Conversion and Storage Technology Supporting Next Generation Society (Oral Presentation Category)

Sep. 24 (Thu) 9:20-14:20
Sep. 25 (Fri) 9:00-15:20
Sep. 26 (Sat) 9:00-15:00 Hall L (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Energy Engineering
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Materials and Interfaces
Organizers
NISHIMURA Akira(Mie Univ.)
NAKAGAKI Takao(Waseda Univ.)
KIKUCHI Ryuji(Univ. of Tokyo)
TAMAKI Takanori(Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
KOSAKA Fumihiko(AIST)
SAKAMOTO Hironori(Osaka Gas)
In this symposium, we call for lectures on energy devices and related energy conversion technologies such as fuel cell, solar cell, secondary battery, etc.. We have a special lecture time to discuss technolgy development of cells and energy conversion systems after FIT graduation. In addition to oral presentations, poster presentations are also welcomed for those who want to discuss thoroughly. In the poster presentation category, excellent presentations by students and young researchers will be awarded.
ST-24 Cell, Energy Conversion and Storage Technology Supporting Next Generation Society (Poster Presentation Category)

Sep. 24 (Thu) 14:40-17:40 Hall P (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Energy Engineering
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Materials and Interfaces
Organizers
NISHIMURA Akira(Mie Univ.)
NAKAGAKI Takao(Waseda Univ.)
KIKUCHI Ryuji(Univ. of Tokyo)
TAMAKI Takanori(Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
KOSAKA Fumihiko(AIST)
SAKAMOTO Hironori(Osaka Gas)
In this symposium, we call for lectures on energy devices and related energy conversion technologies such as fuel cell, solar cell, secondary battery, etc.. Poster presentations are welcomed for those who want to discuss thoroughly. In the poster presentation category, excellent presentations by students and young researchers will be awarded.
ST-25 State-of-the-art Technology on Membrane Reactor toward Process Intensification

Sep. 25 (Fri) 9:00-12:00 Hall S (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Separation Processes
Organizers
NOMURA Mikihiro(Shibaura Inst. Tech.)
MIYAMOTO Manabu(Gifu Univ.)
NAKAGAWA Keizo(Kobe Univ.)
HIROTA Yuichiro(Nagoya Inst. of Tech.)
Process intensification utilizing a synergistic effect created by integration of reaction and separation technologies such as membrane reactors is a key strategy to achieve innovative chemical process in future generation. This symposium invites leading researchers and calls for presentations to introduce state-of-the-art technology of membrane reactors. We will discuss innovative technologies and future visions of membrane reactors in the symposium.
ST-26 Latest Technology of Thermochemical and Biochemical Conversion of Biomass

Sep. 26 (Sat) 10:40-16:20 Hall V (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Energy Engineering
Division of Biochemical Engineering
Organizers
MATSUMURA Yukihiko(Hiroshima Univ.)
NAKASHIMADA Yutaka(Hiroshima Univ.)
NODA Reiji(Gunma Univ.)
After the enforcement of the Paris Agreement, more and more activities on reducing CO2 emission are being made. Among them, interest in biomass utilization that is carbon neutral is increasing. Thus, in this symposium, we overview the development of the latest technologies of thermochemical and biochemical conversion and discuss the effective utilization of them.