SCEJSCEJ SCEJ 53rd Autumn Meeting Sep. 14 (Wed) - Sep. 16 (Fri), 2022 Shinshu University, Nagano (Engineering) Campus / Online Japanese page
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SCEJ Trans-Division Symposium

SCEJ Trans-Division Symposium

ST-21 Frontiers of Data-driven Research and Development <Live/Virtual>

Sep. 16 (Fri) 9:00-17:00 Hall DC (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Systems, Information and Simulation Technologies
Division of Biochemical Engineering
Division of Energy Engineering
Division of Materials and Interfaces
Organizers
SHIMADA Iori(Shinshu Univ.)
KIM Sanghong(Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.)
TOYA Yoshihiro(Osaka Univ.)
KANEKO Shogo(Sumitomo Chemical)
MUKAIDA Shiho(Mitsui Chemicals)
Data science has been rapidly developing in recent years as the fourth science following experimental science, theoretical science, and computational science. The early realization of a data-driven society led by data science has been recognized as a key to international competitiveness. This symposium will have speakers who are making pioneering efforts toward a data-driven society from various viewpoints and discuss future research and development.
ST-22 New Developments of Fuel Cells, Batteries and Energy Conversion Devices (Oral) <Live/Virtual>

Sep. 14 (Wed) 9:00-18:00
Sep. 15 (Thu) 9:00-16:00 Hall FA (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Energy Engineering
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Systems, Information and Simulation Technologies
Division of Materials and Interfaces
Organizers
INOUE Gen(Kyushu Univ.)
FUKUNAGA Hiroshi(Shinshu Univ.)
TSUJIGUCHI Takuya(Kanazawa Univ.)
TADA Shohei(Ibaraki Univ.)
TAMAKI Takanori(Kagoshima Univ.)
KIM Sanghong(Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.)
In this symposium, we call for lectures on energy devices and related energy conversion technologies such as fuel cell, solar cell, secondary battery. We accept lectures widely from the view point of nano-scaled material development as well as energy system. Furthermore, we plan to discuss about the "Model Base Development", "New Fabrication Process" and "New energy conversion". In addition to oral presentations category, poster presentations are also welcomed in a separate category for those who want to discuss thoroughly. In the poster presentation category, excellent presentations by students will be awarded. Furthermore, a session of manufacturing and process of fuel cell will be held in the afternoon of Day2.
ST-23 New Developments of Fuel Cells, Batteries and Energy Conversion Devices (Poster) <Virtual(Online)>

Sep. 16 (Fri) 9:00-12:00 Hall PA (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Energy Engineering
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Systems, Information and Simulation Technologies
Division of Materials and Interfaces
Organizers
INOUE Gen(Kyushu Univ.)
FUKUNAGA Hiroshi(Shinshu Univ.)
TSUJIGUCHI Takuya(Kanazawa Univ.)
TADA Shohei(Ibaraki Univ.)
TAMAKI Takanori(Kagoshima Univ.)
KIM Sanghong(Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.)
In this symposium, we call for lectures on energy devices and related energy conversion technologies such as fuel cell, solar cell, secondary battery. We accept lectures widely from the view point of nano-scaled material development as well as energy system. Poster presentations are welcomed for those who want to discuss thoroughly. In the poster presentation category, excellent presentations by students will be awarded.
ST-24 CVD and Dry Processes <Live/Virtual>

Sep. 14 (Wed) 10:00-17:00 Hall DJ (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Supercritical Fluids
Division of Materials and Interfaces
Co-sponsor
CVD Society of Japan
Organizers
NODA Suguru(Waseda Univ.)
SHIMOYAMA Yusuke(Tokyo Tech)
KAWAKAMI Masato(Tokyo Electron Technology Solutions)
MOMOSE Wataru(ALD Japan)
Dry processes such as CVD and ALD have become important core technologies in various fields such as electronics, energy devices, and functional coatings. In this symposium, the reaction mechanisms of thin film formation, fine particle synthesis, and microfabrication using dry processes will be understood from the viewpoint of reaction engineering, and rational and efficient reaction processes and reaction devices will be discussed. The CVD Reaction Subdivision Incentive Award will be presented to the young researcher who makes the best presentation.
ST-25 Industrial Session of the Separation Processes 2022 <Live/Virtual>

Sep. 16 (Fri) 13:00-16:40 Hall DI (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Separation Processes
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
GT Committee, Center for Academia-Industry Exchange
Organizers
NOMURA Mikihiro(Shibaura Inst. of Tech.)
NAGUMO Ryo(NITech)
MIYAMOTO Manabu(Gifu Univ.)
ST-26 Systems Research for Reimagining Medicine & Pharma <Live/Virtual>

Sep. 14 (Wed) 13:00-16:00 Hall AA (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Systems, Information and Simulation Technologies
Division of Biochemical Engineering
Co-sponsor
ISPE Japan Affiliate
Organizers
SUGIYAMA Hirokazu(Univ. of Tokyo)
OHTA Seiichi(Univ. of Tokyo)
YAHAGI Naohisa(Keio Univ.)
Long-term issues such as social healthcare costs, short-term issues such as the stable supply of vaccines and therapeutic agents, and advanced technological issues such as regenerative medicine, and personalized medicine - In order to solve these issues, a methodology is needed to reimagine the ideal state of medicine and pharma. In this symposium, we will discuss the role of systems approaches for such reimagination, by learning from modeling, simulation, evaluation/optimization researches. There will be discussions on a research on companion diagnostics conducted by Sub-division of Systems Med&Pharma in Division of Systems, Information and Simulation.
ST-27 Recent Developments in Plasma Processing <Live/Virtual>

Sep. 15 (Thu) 9:00-16:00 Hall AC (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Thermal Engineering
Division of Energy Engineering
Organizers
WATANABE Takayuki(Kyushu Univ.)
KAMBARA Shinji(Gifu Univ.)
Plasma processing has attracted extensive attention for novel material processing, environmental application, and energy 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-28 Cutting-edge Research about Membrane Reactor toward Process Intensification <Virtual(Online)>

Sep. 15 (Thu) 9:00-12:00 Hall DB (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Division of Separation Processes
Organizers
ARAKI Sadao(Kansai Univ.)
HARA Nobuo(AIST)
HIROTA Yuichiro(NITech)
The combination of membrane separation and reaction is expected to be one of the key technologies for the process intensification to achieve avoidance of chemical equilibrium, improvement of reaction yield, resource saving, compactness, and energy saving. This symposium invites leading researchers and calls for presentations to introduce development of membrane reactors. Discussions on innovative technologies and future visions of membrane rectors are welcome.
ST-29 Frontiers of Fluidization 2022 <Virtual(Online)>

Sep. 16 (Fri) 9:00-14:40 Hall DA (Program)

Orgnization
Fluid & Particle Processing Division
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
Organizers
OSHITANI Jun(Okayama Univ. of Sci.)
TATEMOTO Yuji(Shizuoka Univ.)
TAGO Teruoki(Tokyo Tech)
ST-30 Biochemical and Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass toward Carbon Neutral Era <Virtual(Online)>

Sep. 16 (Fri) 13:00-16:20 Hall DH (Program)

Orgnization
Division of Energy Engineering
Division of Biochemical Engineering
Organizers
MATSUMURA Yukihiko(Hiroshima Univ.)
NAKASHIMADA Yutaka(Hiroshima Univ.)
NODA Reiji(Gunma Univ.)
Importance of effective utilization of biomass is getting more and more important toward the carbon neutral society in 2050. For energy use and material use of biomass, proposal, experiment, demonstration, and implementation of conversion technology based on biochemistry and thermochemistry are wanted. We will discuss technologies for effective use of biomass based on chemical engineering in this session.