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Headquarters Program [Japanese]

HC-11 to HC-14

HC-11 Substantial Reduction of GHG Emissions From Industrial Sector And Contribution of CCUS Technologies

Mar. 16 (Mon) 9:30-16:40 Hall G (Program)

The Committee on Future Energy and Social Systems,
Center for Strategic Planning
The Working Group on CCUS,
Center for Strategic Planning
The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan
NAKAGAKI Takao (Waseda Univ.)
KOYAMA Michihisa (NIMS)
YAMADA Hidetaka (RITE)
TAKAHASHI Nobuhide (Shinshu Univ.)
Reflecting growing interest in technological options and innovation toward the 2050 target of 80% reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission, the Committee on Future Energy and Social Systems (FuEnS), the Center for Strategic Planning, SCEJ has been addressing the potential for ultimate decarbonization by focusing on key industries i.e. steel and chemistry, which includes collaboration with the Iron and Steel Institute of Japan. In this year, the Working Group on CCUS (WG-CCUS) has been established across the divisions of SCEJ. This symposium is co-organized by FuEnS and WG-CCUS, and will review the issues of substantial reduction of GHG emissions and grasp the status of CCUS technologies.

Part I: Feasibility and issues of substantial reduction of GHG emissions from industrial sector
In the first part by FuEnS, we will consider energy supply and demand required for the 80% GHG emission reduction. We will also consider processes such as steelmaking for ultimate decarbonization that is not in the extrapolated course of the conventional technologies.

Part II: Overviewing issues for social implementation of CCUS technologies
In the second part by WG-CCUS, based on the latest development trends, we will discuss the CCUS in terms of potential for GHG emission reduction, challenges and deployment pathways.
HC-12 Woman Engineers Forum

Mar. 16 (Mon) 13:00-16:20 Hall B (Program)

Gender Equality Committee
TOKORO Chiharu (Waseda Univ.)
SHONO Atsushi (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.)
This session includes the SCEJ Award lectures for outstanding women's activity, invited lectures and technical sessions of particle development and fluid processes by female researchers. By introducing role models, we encourage young female engineers, researchers, and students learn about their careers from here on out.
HC-13 2019 SCEJ Internship Meeting

Mar. 15 (Sun) 15:00-16:55 Hall D (Program)

Higher Education Committee,
Center for Professional Development of Chemical Engineers
Introduction of company internship activities and report on the results of training students
HC-14 Symposium of Fukushima Reconstruction and Decommissioning Technologies

Mar. 16 (Mon) 9:20-12:00 Hall B (Program)

The Research Group on Fukushima Reconstruction and Decommissioning Technology
MATSUKATA Masahiko (Waseda Univ.)
HASEBE Shinji (Kyoto Univ.)
The research group on the Fukushima Reconstruction and Decommissioning Technologies started this year. We have been examining technologies related to Fukushima reconstruction and the decommissioning of the 1st Nuclear Power Station from the viewpoints of chemical engineering. In this symposium, we will discuss the current status of the development of technologies, including on-site contaminated water treatment, debris retrieval, and off-site radiation contaminated soil treatment.


HQ-21 How Young Researchers Are Thinking about Future Research on Chemical Engineering

Mar. 17 (Tue) 13:00-16:00 Hall A (Program)

NAWA Erika (Doshisha Univ.)
TANAKA Masashi (Shionogi)
TANIYA Keita (Kobe Univ.)
HORIE Takafumi (Kobe Univ.)