SCEJSCEJ SCEJ 52nd Autumn Meeting Sep. 22 (Wed) - Sep. 24 (Fri), 2021 Okayama University, Tsushima Campus Japanese page
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Special Symposium

Special Symposium

SP-1 Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering <Virtual only>

Oral session: Sep. 21 (Tue) 13:10-18:30 Hall LA (Program)
Poster display: Sep. 21 00:00 - Sep. 25 24:00 (Program)

Organized by
Committee for Carbon Neutral Innovation by Regional Collaboration
The Committee on Future Energy and Social Systems,
Center for Strategic Planning
The Working Group on CCUS,
Center for Strategic Planning
The Working Group on Social Implement Engineering,
Center for Strategic Planning
ONO Tsutomu(Okayama Univ.)
KANSHA Yasuki(UTokyo)
KUBOTA Nobuhiko(IHI)
KOYAMA Michihisa(Shinshu Univ.)
TSUJI Yoshiko(UTokyo)
NAKAGAKI Takao(Waseda Univ.)
FUKUSHIMA Yasuhiro(Tohoku Univ.)
YAMADA Hidetaka(Kanazawa Univ.)
In the Vision Symposium of the 86th SCEJ Annual Meeting, we discussed the domestic and international situation toward a decarbonized society, carbon cycle technology by capturing and converting into resources of diluted and dispersed CO2, and domestic and international trends toward social implementation to achieve zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This was followed by a discussion on the zero-emissions challenge of chemical engineering.
In the Special Session of the 52nd SCEJ Meeting, which is open to the public, we invite your wide range of proposals for energy and environmental innovations and their social implementation. This session will be scheduled as a poster session in a format that allows for interactive communication during the whole period of 52nd SCEJ Meeting. Some of the proposals will be invited as oral presentations.
Registration is FREE for participants attending only for this session as an audience (not as a speaker). Free registration.
SP-2 Symposium of Process Science for Nanomaterials <Virtual/Live>

Sep. 22 (Wed) 9:40-17:20 Hall LA (Program)

Organized by
Division of Materials and Interfaces
Division of Physical Properties
Division of Supercritical Fluids
ADSCHIRI Tadafumi(Tohoku Univ.)
TOMAI Takaaki(Tohoku Univ.)
KUBO Masaki(Tohoku Univ.)
SUGA Keishi(Tohoku Univ.)
OTA Masaki(Tohoku Univ.)
IYOKI Kenta(UTokyo)
Contrary to the active R&D for nanomaterials, their social implementation is not so many because of the problems involving in the dispersion/aggregation/arrangement of nanomaterials in the fabrication process of nanomaterial-based products. For the efficient design of chemical processes, the structuring of multilevel knowledge from the prediction of physical properties/phase equilibria to the equation of process design parameters is mandatory. The creation of the structured knowledge for nanomaterials is currently required. In this symposium, we will actively discuss the latest research results of correlation between process-structure-function of nanomaterials from a wide perspective.
Program (plan)
Process Science Toward Design and Control of Nanomaterials
(Tohoku Univ.) ADSCHIRI Tadafumi
Nanotechnology & Science in the Manufacturing of Functional Materials
Produce nanomaterials quickly and densely: Our efforts on carbon nanotubes
(Waseda Univ.) NODA Suguru
Characterization and design of surface interaction between nanometer scaled particles
(Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.) KAMIYA Hidehiro
Measurement of permittivity in the periphery of nanoparticles for control over nanoparticle dispersibility
(Tohoku Univ.) Nagao Daisuke
Development of Production Process of Zeolite Nanoparticles by Milling and Recrystallization
(Univ. of Tokyo) WAKIHARA Toru
Pseudo-molecular modeling of organic-inorganic hybrid nanoparticle with thermodynamic properties
(Tohoku Univ.) INOMATA Hiroshi
Development of separation and purification method of nanoparticle dispersions using adsorption
Evaluation of interfacial affinity and structure formation of nanomaterials
(Tohoku Univ.) TSUKADA Takao
Basic Study of Rheology of High Viscous Mixed Fluids and Filler Dispersity in the Mixture
(Tohoku Univ.) WATANABE Masaru
Nano material data-bases and the prediction of materials properties
(Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.) YAMASHITA Yoshiyuki
Coarse-Grained Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study on Aggregation Mechanism of Organically Modified Nanoparticles
(Tohoku Univ.) OOTANI Yusuke
SP-3 Making the Sapporo Declaration in Action toward the Achievement of SDGs <Virtual only>

Sep. 24 (Fri) 13:00-16:00 Hall VA (Program)

Organized by
SDGs Committee, Center for Strategic Planning
Division of Environment
Japan Chemical Industry Association
The Japan Association for Chemical Innovation
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Science Council of Japan
NODA Suguru(Waseda Univ.)
YAMAMOTO Mitsuo(UTokyo)
FUJIOKA Satoko(Keio Univ.)
HIRAO Masahiko(UTokyo)
Registration is FREE for participants attending only for this session as an audience (not as a speaker). Free registration.
Program (plan)
Well-being and water
(Japan Women's Univ.) MIYAZAKI Akane
Nanotechnology & Science in the Manufacturing of Functional Materials
(Mitsubishi Chemical Aqua Solutions) SAHARA Emi, TODORIKI Hiroaki
Water management for sustainable use of marine resources
(Hiroshima Univ.) NISHIJIMA Wataru
General Discussion