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Hall and day program : Day 1

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Day 1(Mar. 20)

Hall A | Hall A | Hall B | Hall H | Hall I | Hall J | Hall K | Hall L | Hall N | Hall O | Hall P
Opening Ceremony | 0-a | SV-1 | SV-1 | SV-1 | SV-1 | SV-1 | K-1 | K-1 | K-1 | K-1 | K-4 | HC-13 | X-51 | 4 | 1 | 8 | 11 | 12 | PS-A

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Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
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Hall A()
Opening Ceremony
9:0010:40Opening remarks
Chair of the SCEJ Kanto Branch (Denka) Shimizu Norihiro
Congratulatory address
APCChE President Foo Dominic
Presided over ceremony of newly honorary members
Greeting of the SCEJ-President
President of the SCEJ (IHI) Sekido Toshinori
Commendation ceremony
0-a The SCEJ Award
10:4011:20A105[The SCEJ Award] Innovation in Synthesis and Production of Zeolites
(UTokyo) (Reg)Okubo Tatsuya
The SCEJ Award
0-a649
11:2012:00A106[The SCEJ Award] Study on Separation and Reaction Engineering Using Supercritical Fluid
(Nagoya U.) (Reg)Goto Motonobu
The SCEJ Award
0-a650
SV-1 SCEJ Vision Symposium 7 - Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
13:0013:10Opening remarks
(IHI / President of SCEJ) (Reg)Sekido Toshinori
13:1013:30A114[Invited lecture] The Three Transitions and Relevant MOE Projects
(Ministry of Environment) Kondo Tomohiro
Vision symposium
SV-1683
13:3014:00A115[Requested talk] How Chemical Engineers Challenge the Net-Zero-Carbon Society for 2050?!
(TUAT/ Res. Inst. Symbiotic Energy Society) (Reg)Horio Masayuki
Vision symposium
SV-1684
14:0014:40A116[Invited lecture] AIST Global Zero Emission Research Center(GZR) Initiatives for a Decarbonized Society
(AIST) (Reg)Nishio Masahiro
Vision symposium
SV-1685
14:4015:20A118[Invited lecture] Taiheiyo Cement Long-term Vision toward 2050 carbon neutrality
(Taiheiyo Cement) *Hirao Hiroshi, Hayashi Kotaro, Nomura Koji, Hyodo Hikotsugu
Vision symposium
SV-1686
15:2015:30Break
15:3015:40Remarks
APCChE
SV-1 SCEJ Vision Symposium 7 - Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
15:4016:20A121[Invited lecture] South Australia's clean energy transition and hydrogen opportunities
(South Australian Government) Edit Mucsi
Vision symposium
SV-1687
SV-1 SCEJ Vision Symposium 7 - Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
16:2017:00A123[Invited lecture] Renewables-based electrification and hydrogen: the road towards net zero emissions
(IFRI/former IEA) Cedric Philibert
Vision symposium
SV-1688
SV-1 SCEJ Vision Symposium 7 - Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
17:0017:20A127Concluding Comments on the Session and Expectations for Chemical Engineers in Constructing a Carbon Neutral Economy
(Sumitomo Chemical) Shiozawa Bunro
Vision symposium
SV-1705
SV-1 SCEJ Vision Symposium 7 - Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
17:2017:30Break
17:3018:00Strategy and project for Realization of Materials DX Platform Concept
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
Hall A()
K-1 Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
15:3015:40Remarks
APCChE
K-1 Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
15:4016:20A121[Invited lecture] South Australia's clean energy transition and hydrogen opportunities
(South Australian Government) Edit Mucsi
Vision symposium
SV-1687
K-1 Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
16:2017:00A123[Invited lecture] Renewables-based electrification and hydrogen: the road towards net zero emissions
(IFRI/former IEA) Cedric Philibert
Vision symposium
SV-1688
K-1 Action Plan 2050 Toward a Carbon-free Society Based on Chemical Engineering
17:0017:20A127Concluding Comments on the Session and Expectations for Chemical Engineers in Constructing a Carbon Neutral Economy
(Sumitomo Chemical) Shiozawa Bunro
Vision symposium
SV-1705
Hall B()
K-4 Recent Development of Advanced Materials for Separation Technology
13:0013:40B113[The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer 2020] Anion-functionalized Porous Materials for Gas Separations
(Zhejiang U.) Huabin Xing
MOF
K-4416
13:4014:10B115[Invited lecture] Microstructure control of metal-organic framework in designing high-performance adsorbent and membrane for gas and liquid separations
(Kansai U.) (Reg)Tanaka Shunsuke
MOF
polycrystalline membrane
hierarchical structure
K-4559
14:1014:40B116[Invited lecture] Materials Space-Tectonics: New Conceptual Paradigm for Creating Second-Generation Porous Materials
(U. Queensland/NIMS/Waseda U.) Yamauchi Yusuke
MOF
K-4418
14:4015:00Break
15:0015:30B119[Invited lecture] Gas Separation and Chemical Reaction Technologies using Task-Specific Ionic Liquids
(AIST) *(Reg)Makino Takashi, (Reg)Kohno Yuki, (Reg)Kanakubo Mitsuhiro
Extraction
K-4423
15:3016:00B120[Invited lecture] Fundamental study on solvent extraction systems using ionic liquids
(JAEA) (Reg)Shimojo Kojiro
solvent extraction
ionic liquids
K-4648
16:0016:30B122[Invited lecture] Pillar-Shaped Macrocyclic Compounds "Pillar[n]arenes": from Simple Molecular Receptors to Bulk Supramolecular Assemblies
(Kyoto U.) Ogoshi Tomoki
Separation
K-4425
Hall H()
HC-13 Digitalization of Chemical Plant
13:2014:00H114[Review lecture] Smart Chemical Plant
(METI) Yoshimura Katsumoto
Connected Industries
Smart Plant
HC-13331
14:0014:40H116[Invited lecture] Towards Digital Transformation of Chemical Plants
(TUAT) (Reg)Yamashita Yoshiyuki
Digitalization
AI
Process Operation
HC-13149
15:0015:40H119[Invited lecture] Hitachi Omika Factory, one of the world's most advanced factories "Lighthouses"
(Hitachi) *(Cor)Irie Naohiko, (Cor)Akasaka Satoru
Industry4.0
Smart Factory
HC-13152
15:4016:20H121[Invited lecture] Hybrid Modeling
(Aspentech Japan) (Cor)Yoshida Masahiro
Data driven model
Rigourous model
Simulation
HC-13151
16:2017:00H123[Invited lecture] Human resource development for utilizing AI and IoT in chemical plants
(Consulance LLC) Takayasu Atsushi
AI
Smart Plant
Human development
HC-13153
17:0017:20General discussion
Hall I()
X-51 The Seminar of Fluid & Particle Processing Division
13:0013:15Opening remarks and Divisional award ceremony
13:1513:45I114[Divisional Award] Unpredictable Dynamics of Polymeric Reacting Flow by Comparison between Pre- and Post-Reaction Fluid Properties:Hydrodynamics Involving Molecular Diagnosis via ATR-FTIR Spectroscopy
(TUAT) Ueki Toshimasa, (Nihon U.) Iijima Jun, (TUAT) Tagawa Satoshi, *(Reg)Nagatsu Yuichiro
Fe3+ aqua complex
Henderson-Hasselbalch equation
Weissenberg effect
X-51702
13:4514:15I115[Divisional Award] Effect of agitation speed on ice cream properties in batch freezer
(Osaka Pref. U./U. Shizuoka) (Reg)Masuda Hayato
Freezing process
Ice cream
Agitation speed
X-51703
14:1514:25Introducing 2020 AIChE Annual Meeting, Kunii-Levenspiel Memorial Session
14:2514:35Break
14:3515:05I118[Divisional Award] Fingering pattern induced by spinodal decomposition in hydrodynamically stable displacement in a partially miscible system
(TUAT) *(Stu)Suzuki Ryuta, (Reg)Nagatsu Yuichiro, (IIT Roper) Manoranjan Mishra, (Osaka U.) (Reg)Ban Takahiko
Mixing
X-51704
15:0516:00Divisional meeting
Hall J()
4. Separation processes
12:4013:00J112Development of silica membrane having thermal stability prepared by counter diffusion CVD
(RITE) *(Reg)Urai Hiromi, (Reg)Seshimo Masahiro, Yamaguchi Yuichiro, (Reg)Nakao Shin-ichi
CVD
Silica membrane
thermal stability
4-a228
(13:00–14:40) (Chair: Kawase Motoaki, Nakao Takato)
13:0013:20J113Control of isopropanol permeation through MOR zeolite membranes
(Shibaura Inst. Tech.) *(Reg)Nomura Mikihiro, Yoshida Yuki, Yamaga Ryuhei, (Stu)Ishii Katsunori
MOR zeolite membranes
Water/Isopropanol
post-treatment
4-a12
13:2013:40J114Pervaporation via silicon-based subnanoporous membranes: Correlation between permeation properties and pore structure
(Hiroshima U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Moriyama Norihiro, Kawano Yuta, Wang Qing, Inoue Ryota, Guo Meng, Yokoji Makoto, (Reg)Nagasawa Hiroki, (Reg)Kanezashi Masakoto, (Reg)Tsuru Toshinori
Pervaporation
Organosilica
Silicon carbide
4-a36
13:4014:00J115Membrane properties of CVD derived silica membranes prepared by a counter diffusion method using ozone as a reactant
(Shibaura Inst. Tech.) *(Stu)Ishii K., (Reg)Nomura M.
silica membrane
chemical vapor deposition
inorganic membrane
4-a96
14:0014:20J116Nanochannel-confined charge repulsion of ions in a reduced graphene oxide membrane
(Kobe U.) *(Int)Guan Kecheng, (Reg)Matsuyama Hideto
graphene oxide
nanochannel
ion transport
4-a127
14:2014:40J117Facile development and microstructure tuning of ligand-chelated SiO2-ZrO2 composite membranes
(Hiroshima U.) *(Stu)Lawal Sulaiman, (Reg)Kanezashi Masakoto, (Reg)Nagasawa Hiroki, (Reg)Tsuru Toshinori
Chelating ligands
Silica-zirconia
Thermal initiation
4-a158
(15:00–16:00) (Chair: Waki Keiko)
15:0015:20J119A novel design of metal coordinated aminosilica for highly permeable membrane
(Hiroshima U.) *(Stu)Anggarini Ufafa, (Reg)Yu Liang, (Reg)Nagasawa Hiroki, (Reg)Kanezashi Masakoto, (Reg)Tsuru Toshinori
metal-doping
aminosilica membrane
coordination creates microporosity
4-a259
15:2015:40J120Rapid synthesis of silica membranes via atmospheric-pressure plasma-enhanced CVD using dielectric barrier discharge
(Hiroshima U.) *(Reg)Nagasawa Hiroki, (Stu)Noborio Takuji, (Reg)Kanezashi Masakoto, (Reg)Tsuru Toshinori
Atmospheric pressure plasma
plasma-enhanced CVD
Silica membranes
4-a385
15:4016:00J121Hydrothermal stability of fluorine-induced microporous silica membranes: effect of steam treatment conditions
(Hiroshima U.) *(Reg)Kanezashi Masakoto, Hataoka Naoya, (Reg)Nagasawa Hiroki, (Reg)Tsuru Toshinori
Fluorine-silica
Hydrothermal stability
High temperatures
4-a435
(16:00–17:20) (Chair: Endo Nobutaka)
16:0016:20J122Facile development of comprehensively fouling-resistant and self-cleaning high performance aliphatic polyketone-based thin film composite forward osmosis membrane for treatment of oily wastewater
(Kobe U.) *(Reg)Gonzales Ralph Rolly, Zhang Lei, (UTS) (Reg)Sasaki Yuji, Shon Ho Kyong, (Kobe U.) (Reg)Matsuyama Hideto
Forward osmosis
Thin film composite membrane
Reduced polyketone
4-a464
16:2016:40J123Separation mechanism of carbon dioxide through high-silica chabazite-type zeolite membrane under high pressure condition
(Kogakuin U.) *(Stu)Hirosawa Fumiya, (Reg)Miyagawa Masaya, (Reg)Takaba Hiromitsu
High-silica CHA memrbane
Non equilibrium molecular dynamics
High pressure
4-a542
16:4017:00J124Recovery of filtered particles by elasticity of gel layer and membrane with cross flow
(Saga U.) *(Reg)Kawakita Hidetaka, Miyoshi Manoka, (Reg)Morisada Shintaro, (Reg)Ohto Keisuke
elasticity
membrane
particle recovery
4-b111
17:0017:20J125Effects of Charge Density on the Relaxation Behavior of Adsorbed Polycation on the Negatively Charged PSL Particles by means of Colloidal Particle Tracking and Electrophoresis
(U. Tsukuba) *(Reg)Adachi Yasuhisa, Thihaiye Doan
Flocculation
Polyelectrolyte
Relaxation
4-b218
17:2017:40J126Effect of surface modification on the electro viscose effect in microfiltration membrane
(Yokohama Nat. U.) *(Reg)Nakamura Kazuho, (Reg)Wakui Kenji, Suenaga Takeshi
Microfiltration Membrane
Electro viscose effect
Surface modification
4-b411
Hall K()
1. Fundamental properties
13:0013:20K113Interfacial modification of liquid-liquid system by energy concentration of microwave irradiation
(U. Hyogo) Sonobe Satoshi, Shibata Yosuke, *(Reg)Asakuma Yusuke, (Curtin U.) Hyde Anita, Phan Chi
Microwave
Interfacial modification
Interfacial tension
1-a168
(13:20–14:40) (Chair: Seto Hirokazu, Tatemoto Yuji)
13:2013:40K114Analysis of Hydration Properties inside the Nanochannels of Self-Assembled Ionic Liquid Crystals by Using Molecular Dynamics Simulation
(U. Hyogo) *(Reg)Ishii Yoshiki, (Osaka U.) (Reg)Matubayasi Nobuyuki, (Kitasato U.) Watanabe Go, (U. Tokyo) Harada Yoshihisa, Kato Takashi, (U. Hyogo) Washizu Hitoshi
Ionic Liquid Crystal
Self-Assembly
Nanochannels
1-a351
13:4014:00K115Modification of interaction number parameters for pure components in new activity coefficient equation and its application to multicomponent systems
(Kyushu U.) (Reg)Iwai Yoshio
interaction number parameter
new activity coefficient equation
multicomponent system
1-a89
14:0014:20K116Temperature dependence of parameters of Wilson equation
(Tokyo U. Sci.) (Reg)Ohe Shuzo
vapor-liquid equilibria
Wilson parameter
temperature dependence
1-a358
14:2014:40K117Evaluation of Solid-Liquid Equilibria for Drug + Cyclodextrin + Water System Using Activity Coefficient Equation
(Nihon U.) *(Reg)Tochigi Katsumi, (Reg)Matsuda Hiroyuki, (Stu)Sakuma Yuuto, (Reg)Kurihara Kiyofumi
Solid-Liquid Equilibria
Drug Containing System
Activity Coefficient Equation
1-a198
(15:00–16:20) (Chair: Yasuda Masahiro, Miyagawa Masaya)
15:0015:20K119Measurement and prediction of 1-butene solubility and diffusivity in propylene copolymers with different crystallinity and composition
(Tohoku U.) (Stu·PCEF)Aoyama Yuki, (Tohoku Inst. Tech.) *(Reg)Sato Yoshiyuki, (Tohoku U.) (Reg)Inomata Hiroshi
Crystallinity
Solubility
Diffusivity
1-a432
15:2015:40K120Estimation of Thermal Conductivities for Liquid Mixtures Using ASOG-ThermConduct Model
(Nihon U.) *(Reg)Tochigi Katsumi, (Reg)Matsuda Hiroyuki, (Reg)Kurihara Kiyofumi, (Chuo U.) (Reg)Funazukuri Toshitaka, (GNAU U.) V. K. Rattan
Thermal Conductivity
ASOG-ThermConduct model
Prediction
1-a137
15:4016:00K121A prediction method of vapor pressure of pure substance
(Tokyo U. Sci.) (Reg)Ohe Shuzo
vapor pressure
boiling point
organic compound
1-a360
16:0016:20K122Evaluation of transient rheological properties by ultrasonic velocity profiling
(Hokkaido U.) *(Reg)Tasaka Yuji, Yoshida Taiki, (Stu)Ohie Kohei, Murai Yuichi
Rheometry
Transient properties
Ultrasonic wave
1-a164
16:2016:40K123A quantum chemical study for the intermolecular interactions between ionic liquids and non aqueous solvents toward designing gas separation liquids
(Chuo U./JST ACT-X) *(Reg)Kuroki N., (Chuo U.) (Stu)Watanabe S., (Chuo U./IMS) (Reg)Mori H.
non aqueous solutions of ionic liquids
ab initio simulations
intermolecular interaction
1-a472
Hall L()
8. Supercritical fluid
13:0013:20L113[The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Young Researcher] Physical Properties of Metal Precursors in the Bulk and Nano Spaces for Design of Supercritical Fluid Deposition Processes
(Hiroshima U.) (Reg)Ushiki Ikuo
The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Young Researcher
0-c654
13:2013:40L114A new process of water addition under supercritical tert-butyl methyl ether for continuous biodiesel production
(Politeknik Negeri Bandung) *(Stu)Ridwan Iwan, (Kanazawa U.) (Stu)Katsuragwa Naoyuki, (Reg)Tamura Kazuhiro
water
tert-butyl methyl ether
biodiesel
8-e248
13:4014:00L115Surface modification of titanium dioxide nanoparticle with terephthalic acid under supercritical carbon dioxide
(Kanazawa U.) *(Int)Agustin Anggi Regiana, (Reg)Tamura Kazuhiro
TiO2 nanoparticles
surface modification
supercritical carbon dioxide
8-e264
14:0014:20L116Flow type synthesis of pegylated liposome using supercritical CO2 and microchannel
(Tokyo Tech) *(Reg)Orita Yasuhiko, (Stu)Inoue Keita, (Stu)Akiyama Ryunosuke, (Reg)Shimoyama Yusuke
supercritical carbon dioxide
microchannel
pegylated liposome
8-e284
14:2014:40L117Relationship between Ce concentration and size and crystallinity for hydrothermal synthesis of cerium oxide nanoparticles using dual-stage method
(Tokyo Tech) *(Reg)Orita Yasuhiko, (U. Tokyo) (Reg)Akizuki Makoto, (Reg)Oshima Yoshito
Continuous hydrothermal synthesis
cerium oxide
dual-stage flow reactor
8-e187
15:0015:20L119Design method of CO2-Assisted Polymer Compression multilayer membrane using deep learning
(AIST) (Reg)Aizawa Takafumi
carbon dioxide
multilayer membrane
deep learning
8-e4
15:2015:40L120Reaction pathway investigation for hydrothermal defluorination of fluorobenzene in an aqueous sodium hydroxide solution
(Chuo U.) *(Stu)Endo Jun, (Reg)Sakabe Junichi, (Reg)Funazukuri Toshitaka
fluorobenzene
hydrothermal
defluorination
8-d354
15:4016:00L121Demonstration experiment of chemical filter for effective conditions of supercritical CO2 regeneration
(Dai-Dan) *(Reg)Ito Yasuyuki, (Hiroshima U.) (Reg)Ushiki Ikuo, (Tohoku U.) (Reg)Inomata Hiroshi
Supercritical carbon dioxide
chemical filter
8-f560
16:0016:20L122Preparation of vesicle for Span/Tween systems based on hydrothermal emulsification: phase diagram and morphology
(Okayama U.) *(Reg)Shimanouchi Toshinori, Toramoto Kazuki, (Reg)Kimura Yukitaka
vesiculation
emulsification
phase diagram
8-e610
16:2016:40L123Estimation of Hansen-type entropy-based solubility parameter by perturbation-based equation of state
(Tohoku U.) (Stu·PCEF)Urata Hiroaki, *(Reg)Ota Masaki, (Reg)Inomata Hiroshi
Supercritical CO2
Solubility parameter
extraction and separation
8-b236
16:4017:00L124Development of predictive method of partition coefficient of organics between high-pressure carbon dioxide and water using machine learning
(AIST) *(Reg)Fujii Tatsuya, Kobune Marina, (Reg)Kawasaki Shin-ichiro
machine learning
partition coefficient
high-pressure carbon dioxide
8-b310
17:0017:20L125Measurement and correlation of diffusion coefficients of benzene in mixture of carbon dioxide and hexane/methanol under high pressure conditions by Taylor dispersion method
(Chuo U.) *(Stu)Onodera N., (Reg)Sakabe J., (Reg)Funazukuri T., (Shizuoka U.) (Reg)Kong C. Y.
mixture of CO2 and organic solvent
diffusion coefficient
benzene
8-b404
Hall N()
11. Electronics
16:0016:20N122Fabrication of Co/P co-doped carbon materials for hydrogen evolution reaction
(Osaka U.) *(Stu)Shu Yasuhiro, (Shizuoka U.) (Reg)Miyake Koji, (Osaka U.) (Reg)Uchida Yoshiaki, (Reg)Nishiyama Norikazu
HER
Fuel cell
Electrochamical
11-a504
16:2016:40N123ClF3 gas distributor design for SiC wafer etching
(Yokohama Nat. U.) Hayashi Masaya, *(Reg)Habuka Hitoshi, (Kanto Denka Kogyo) (Cor)Takahashi Yoshinao, (AIST) Kato Tomohisa
SiC
Wafer etching
CLF3 gas
11-c43
Hall O()
12. Materials engineering & interfacial phenomena
(13:00–14:00) (Chair: Suga Keishi, Ogi Takashi)
13:0013:20O113Study for the Interplay of ad/desorption process and macroscopic motion of the system by nonlinear synchronization
(Doshisha U.) *(Reg)Shioi Akihisa, Kasai Masahiro, (Reg)Yamamoto Daigo, (Osaka Pref. U.) (Reg)Okita Erika, (Doshisha U.) (Reg)Okamoto Yasunao
ad/desorption
spontaneous motion
synchronization
12-a265
13:2013:40O114Kinetic analysis of gate adsorption behavior on metal-organic frameworks
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Sakanaka Yuta, (Stu)Sugawara Iori, (Reg·PCEF)Hiraide Shotaro, (Reg)Miyahara Minoru
metal-organic frameworks
gate adsorption
kinetic analysis
12-a377
13:4014:00O115Sticking between fine particles by capillary bridges
(UTokyo) *(Reg)Tatsumi R., (PIA) (Reg)Koike O., (Reg)Yamaguchi Y., (UTokyo) (Reg)Tsuji Y.
Fine particles
Capillary bridges
Numerical simulation
12-a407
(14:00–14:40) (Chair: Yamaoka Naoki, Yamauchi Noriko)
14:0014:20O116Effect of layer-by-layer (LbL) deposition method on the layer structure of PAA/PEI LbL films
(Utsunomiya U.) Ito Harumi, Fukuda Naomichi, *(Reg)Sato Masahide
Layer by Layer deposition
PAA/PEI
12-a556
14:2014:40O117A speculation on adsorption process of dispersant around them by fracture simulation of fine particle aggregates
(PIA) *(Reg)Koike O., (UTokyo) (Reg)Tatsumi R., (PIA) (Reg)Yamaguchi Y.
adsorption process of dispersant
fracture of aggregate
direct numerical simulation
12-a592
(15:00–16:00) (Chair: Tamaki Takanori)
15:0015:20O119Analysis of nano emulsion and its application for separation
(Osaka U.) *(Reg)Okamoto Yukihiro, Sogabe Syunsuke, (Reg)Watanabe Nozomi, (Reg)Umakoshi Hiroshi
nanoemulsion
separation
12-b28
15:2015:40O120Emulsification mechanism during microwave irradiation through surface tension measurement of emulsion solution
(U. Hyogo) Ueda Shota, Nakanishi Sari, Shibatani Atsuya, *(Reg)Asakuma Yusuke
Microwave
emulsion
surface tension
12-b145
15:4016:00O121Synthesis of copper fine powder using a low-molecular-weight polyol as a reduction agent
(Sumitomo Metal Mining) *(Cor)Yamaoka Naoki, (Cor)Yukinobu Masaya
copper powder
polyol
reduction
12-c18
(16:00–17:00) (Chair: Hiraide Shotaro, Ohta Seiichi)
16:0016:20O122Surface structure control of connected IrRu nanoparticle catalysts for polymer electrolyte water electrolysis
(Tokyo Tech) *(Stu)Sugita Yoshiyuki, (Tokyo Tech/KISTEC) (Reg)Tamaki Takanori, (KISTEC/Tokyo Tech) (Reg)Kuroki Hidenori, (Tokyo Tech/KISTEC) (Reg)Yamaguchi Takeo
Polymer electrolyte water electrolysis
Connected nanoparticle catalysts
Surface structure control
12-d427
16:2016:40O123Synthesis of Konpeito-SiO2-supported catalytic Au nanoparticles
(Hiroshima U.) *(Reg)Zhou Shujun, Okamoto Mai, (Reg)Kubo Masaru, (Reg)Shimada Manabu
gold
silica
catalyst
12-c269
16:4017:00O124Mathematical modeling for breakage and agglomeration of pharmaceutical crystals using focused-beam reflectance measurement
(Waseda U.) *(Stu)Unno Joi, Masaki Ikuma, (Reg)Hirasawa Izumi
Agglomeration
Breakage
Pharmaceutical crystallization
12-g93
Hall P()
PS-A Poster Session A (Reaction, System, info. & simulation, Electronics, Wide area)
13:2014:20PA101Graphical Representation of Plant Operation for Identifying of Sequential Alarms in Plant Operation Data
(Fukuoka U.) *(Stu)Fukuchi D., (Reg)Noda M.
Sequential Alarms
Dot Matrix Analysis
Plant Operation Data
6-a119
PA103API concentration prediction by NIRS measured off-line and in-line in powder mixing process
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu)Fukuoka Norihiko, (Reg)Kim Sanghong, (Powrex) (Reg)Tomita Yosuke, Oishi Takuya
powder mixing
PAT
API concentration prediction
6-d148
PA105Hybrid modeling of cell cultivation towards integrated design of monoclonal antibody production processes
(UTokyo) *(Stu)Okamura K., (Int)Badr S., (Reg)Sugiyama H.
Biopharmaceuticals
Mammalian cell culture
Hybrid modeling
6-b30
PA107Partial oxidation of propane on molybdenum-based complex oxide catalysts
(Tokushima U.) *(Stu)Yoshida Mizuho, Okawa Riku, (Reg)Shimoda Naohiro, (Reg)Katoh Masahiro, (Reg)Sugiyama Shigeru
propane
partial oxidation
molybdenum-containing catalyst
5-a2
PA109Influences of nitrogen doping to carbon support on catalytic activity of Pd-supported catalyst for hydrogenation reaction
(Gunma U.) *(Stu)Kigure A., (Reg)Kannari N., (Reg)Sato K.
Palladium
Nitrogen-doped Carbon
Hydrogenation
5-a406
PA111Kinetic analysis of hydrogen production by ammonia decomposition
(Nagoya U.) *(Stu)Nakano Kei, (Reg)Nagaoka Katsutoshi, (Kyoto U.) (Reg)Sato Katsutoshi, (Nagoya U.) (Reg)Yamada Hiroshi, Matsunaga Takahiro
ammonia
energy carrier
renewable energy
5-a461
PA113Development of membrane reactor for synthesizing esters for fragrance and flavor
(Utsunomiya U.) *(Stu)Nakayama Go, (Reg)Sato Takafumi, (Reg)Itoh Naotsugu, (Zeon) (Reg·SPCE)Miki Hideaki
Membrane reactor
zeolite
esterification
5-d16
PA115Low-temperature catalytic cracking of naphtha using a noble metal particle-encapsulated zeolite catalyst
(Tokyo Tech) *(Stu)Nakatani Rikako, (Reg)Fujitsuka Hiroyasu, (Reg)Tago Teruoki, (Stu)Yamaji Mai
naphtha cracking
metal encapsulated zeolite
dehydrogenation
5-a471
PA117Synthesis of core-shell structured *BEA zeolite
(Gifu U.) *(Stu)Takeuchi Kosuke, (Reg)Miyamoto Manabu, Komura Kenichi, (Reg)Oumi Yasunori, (Reg)Uemiya Shigeyuki
Core-shell
*BEA
zeolite
5-a509
PA119Thermal control strategy for a packed-bed compact reactor
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu)Nakayoshi Daiki, (Reg)Maki Taisuke, (Reg)Muranaka Yosuke, (Reg)Mae Kazuhiro
packed-bed reactor
thermal control
CFD
5-f227
PA121Control of the condition of Fe in Bi-Mo oxide catalysts supported on Co-Fe-Mo composite oxides to improve the activity of allylic oxidation reaction
(Tokyo Tech) *(Stu)Saito Fumiya, (Stu)Imaizumi Reiya, (Reg)Fujitsuka Hiroyasu, (Reg)Tago Teruoki
allylic oxidation
5-a623
PA123Deveropment of syngas supply system using catalytic CO2 reduction by H2
(Tokyo U. Tech.) *(Stu)Kokubo Hiroaki, (Reg)Egashira Yasuyuki
reverse water gas shift reaction
carbon monoxide
5-e39
PA125Effect of catalyst support on product selectivity of phenol hydrodeoxygenation
(Shinshu U.) *(Stu)Sugiura Takuya, (Reg)Osada Mitsumasa, (Reg)Fukunaga Hiroshi, (Reg)Takahashi Nobuhide, (Reg)Shimada Iori
hydrodeoxygenation
phenol
catalyst support
5-a520
PA127Flow Oxidation of Alcohol by Porous Monolith Immobilizing TEMPO Catalyst
(Kyushu U.) *(Stu)Imoto Tomoki, (Stu·PCEF)Matsumoto Hikaru, (Reg)Hoshino Yu, (Reg)Miura Yoshiko
polymer monolith
TEMPO catalyst
alcohol oxidation
5-a558
PA129Direct synthesis of graphene on insulating substrate using chloroform
(Waseda U.) *(Stu)Nakamura S., (Stu)Tanaka H., (Reg)Sugime H., (Reg)Noda S.
graphene
etching precipitation method
chloroform
5-h530
PA131Production of organic acids from cellulose with mechanochemical pretreatment
(Tohoku U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Iwatate Yuta, (Reg)Guo Haixin, (Reg)Smith Richard
ball milling
lactic acid
ionic liquid
5-g279
PA133Enhanced ORR activity of nitrogen-doped carbons by microwave treatment
(Hokkaido U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Sugata Hikaru, (Reg)Ogino Isao, (Reg)Iwamura Shinichiroh, (Reg)Mukai Shin
nitrogen-doped carbon
ORR
microwave
5-a493
PA135Continuous gas-phase synthesis of highly crystalline single-wall carbon nanotubes via rapid heating of catalyst source
(Waseda U.) *(Stu)Chikaarashi Itsuki, Zihao Zhang, (Reg)Osawa Toshio, (Reg)Sugime Hisashi, (Reg)Noda Suguru
carbon nanotube
chemical vapor deposition
nanoparticle catalyst
5-h565
PA137Detailed chemical-kinetics modeling for thermal decomposition of urea aqueous solution in urea SCR system
(Yokohama Nat. U.) *(Stu)Tanno Gota, (Reg)Izato Yuichiro, (Reg)Miyake Atsumi
urea SCR system
detailed chemical-kinetics model
QM/PCM
5-i577
PA139Spectoroscopy of plasma emisson during film deposition in HMDSO/AR PE-CVD
(Gifu U.) *(Stu)Kuboniwa A., Komiyama M., (Reg)Nishida S.
CVD
film
plasma
5-h24
PA141Nanostructured CoMnP/P-NF electrocatalysts with long-duration for hydrogen evolution reaction
(Hirosaki U.) *(Stu)Sirisomboonchai Suchada, (Stu)Kitiphatpiboon Nutthaphak, Chen Meng, Yu Tao, (Reg)Yoshida Akihiro, (Reg)Abudula Abuliti, (Reg)Guan Guoqing
water splitting
hydrogen evolution reaction
CoMnP/P-NF catalyst
5-a177
PA143Development of Metal-Nitrogen Co-Doped Carbon Catalysts for PEFC Oxy-Electrode
(Nagoya U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Ishida Shori, (Reg)Yamada Hiroshi, (Reg)Nagaoka Katsutoshi
PEFC
carbon catalyst
electrochemistry
5-a311
PA145Positive Electrode of Ni-Base Oxide Particles Held by Carbon Nanotubes for Lithium-ion batteries
(Waseda U.) *(Stu)Sakurai Hiroki, (Stu)Mae Tomotaro, (Stu·PCEF)Kaneko Kentaro, (Reg)Noda Suguru
lithium-ion battery
carbon nanotube
nanocomposite
11-a270
14:2015:20PA102Robust design of capture chromatography processes in monoclonal antibody production
(UTokyo) *(Stu)Takahashi N., (Int)Badr S., (Reg)Sugiyama H.
Biopharmaceuticals
Robustness
Chromatography
6-b353
PA104Identification Method of Sequential Alarms Occurred in Same Periods of Time
(Fukuoka U.) *(Stu)Yanaga Ai, (Reg)Noda Masaru
Sequential alarm
Alarm system
Chemical plant
6-a129
PA106Economies of scale in ammonia synthesis loops embedded with iron- and ruthenium-based catalysts
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu)Yoshida Masaki, Ogawa Takaya, Imamura Yoko, Ishihara Keiichi
ammonia synthesis process
cost analysis
economies of scale
14-b636
PA108Development of Ru-based catalyst for the oxidative decomposition of ammonia triggered by ammonia adsorption heat from room temperature
(Utsunomiya U.) *(Stu)Kimura Koji, (Reg)Furusawa Takeshi
Ru-based catalyst
Oxidative decomposition of ammonia
room temperature
5-a138
PA110[No show] In situ FTIR observation of nitrogen adsorbate on catalysts for ammonia electrosynthesis
(U. Tokyo) *(Stu)Akiyama Daiki, (Reg)Matsuo Hiroki, (Reg)Otomo Junichiro
Ammonia electrosynthesis
In situ FTIR
Proton conductor
5-a455
PA112CH4 dry reforming process with solid carbon capture from CO2: intensification of CO2 processing ability
(Shizuoka U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Tanebayashi Masaki, Hatano Shuzo, (Reg)Watanabe Ryo, (Reg)Fukuhara Choji
Methane dry reforming
Carbon capture
Structured catalyst
5-a328
PA114Development of Zn2+ exchanged MFI type zeolite catalysts for acetone to BTX reaction
(NITech) *(Stu)Betsuno Risako, (Osaka U.) Hotta Yuma, (NITech) (Reg)Hirota Yuichiro, (Osaka U.) (Reg)Nishiyama Norikazu
zeolite catalyst
BTX synthesis
Zn ion
5-a410
PA116Development of Zeolite-Supported Catalysts with a Controlled Cu+/Cu0 Ratio For Selective Acetaldehyde Synthesis
(Hokkaido U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Higuchi Yusuke, (Reg)Ogino Isao, (Reg)Iwamura Shinichiroh, (Reg)Mukai Shin
Dehydrogenation of Ethanol to Acetaldehyde
Copper Supported Zeolite
Layered Zeolitic Precursors
5-a296
PA118Polystyrene Monolith Supporting Mono-Ligated Palladium Complex and its Application to Flow Catalyses
(Kyushu U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Matsumoto Hikaru, (Reg)Hoshino Yu, (U. Tokyo) Iwai Tomohiro, (Hokkaido U.) Sawamura Masaya, (Kyushu U.) (Reg)Miura Yoshiko
polymer monolith
palladium
Flow synthesis
5-a533
PA120Product yield prediction using machine learning in co-processing of bio-oil and heavy oil in catalytic cracking
(Shinshu U.) *(Stu)Yasuike Shun, (Reg)Osada Mitsumasa, (Reg)Fukunaga Hiroshi, (Reg)Koyama Michihisa, (Reg)Shimada Iori
machine learning
catalytic cracking
bio-oil model compound
5-a525
PA122Development of zeolite membrane for dehydration of reverse water gas shift reaction
(Waseda U.) *(Stu)Igarashi Rei, (Reg)Sakai Motomu, (Waseda U./Waseda U.) (Reg)Matsukata Masahiko
zeolite
catalyst
Membrane
5-d591
PA124Measurement of concentration and slug length by conductivity in slug flow extraction
(Osaka Pref. U.) *(Stu)Okamoto Takamichi, (Reg)Muto Akinori
Slug flow
extraction
conductivity
5-f376
PA126Degradation of organic pollutant materials using photocatalyst-loaded capsule type reactor under light irradiation
(Utsunomiya U.) *(Stu)Usui Daichi, (Reg)Furusawa Takeshi
Photocatalyst-loaded capsule type reactor
Light irradiation
Degradation
5-a171
PA128Development of chlorine-free SiC-CVI process to achieve uniform infiltration without particle generation
(U. Tokyo) *(Stu)Kondo Yoshifumi, (Stu)Aji Ryosuke, (Stu)Otaka Yuhei, (Reg)Sato Noboru, (IHI) (Reg)Fukushima Yasuyuki, (U. Tokyo) (Reg)Deura Momoko, (Reg)Momose Takeshi, (Reg)Shimogaki Yukihiro
SiC
CVI
CVD
5-h506
PA130Effects of reaction conditions on hydrothermal saccharification of Whitewood in dilute acid solutions
(Chuo U.) *(Stu)Shindo N., (Reg)Sakabe J., (Reg)Funazukuri T.
Whitewood
dilute acid solution
hydrothermal
5-g209
PA132Application of machine learning in yield prediction of biomass liquefaction using solvolysis
(Shinshu U.) *(Stu)Fukutani Emi, (Reg)Osada Mitsumasa, (Reg)Fukunaga Hiroshi, (Reg)Takahashi Nobuhide, (Reg)Shimada Iori
machine learning
bio-oil
solvolysis
5-g408
PA134Control of CuInS2 Film Deposition Reaction and Film Properties by mist-switching Ultrasonic Spray Method
(UTokyo) *(Stu)Ijiro Kohei, (Reg)Sakai Enju, (Reg)Tsuji Yoshiko
CuInS2
ultrasonic spray method
solar cells
5-h254
PA136Reductive decomposition reaction of CO2 to CO in a microwave plasma reactor.
(Kyushu U.) *(Stu)Sato Keisuke, (Reg)Yamamoto Tsuyoshi, (Reg)Kishida Masahiro
CO2 Utilization
Microwave Plasma
Reductive decomposition reaction
5-i481
PA138Effects of linear flow velocity and slug length on extraction rate in slug flow extraction
(Osaka Pref. U.) *(Stu)Ogawa Toru, (Reg)Muto Akinori
Slug flow
Linear flow velocity
Overall mass transfer coefficient
5-f378
PA140Production of high-rank reformed coal from brown coal using water/coal-derived tar mixed-solvent
(Hokkaido U.) *(Reg)Yoshikawa Takuya, Egawa Naoto, (Reg)Nakasaka Yuta, (Reg)Masuda Takao
brown coal
reforming
coal derived tar
5-i585
PA142Partial delithiation of LixSi-CNT negative electrode for long-life lithium secondary battery
(Waseda U.) *(Stu)Wakou Tomoya, (Stu)Yoshie Yuichi, (Stu)Mae Tomotaro, (Stu·PCEF)Kaneko Kentaro, (Reg)Noda Suguru
lithium secondary battery
silicon
carbon nanotube
11-a305
PA144CoS2/NiS2 derived from ZIF-67 as anode for sodium ion batteries
(Hirosaki U.) *(Stu)Wang Jiajia, (Stu)Yue Xiyan, Liu Changlin, Peng Shang, Yu Tao, (Reg)Yoshida Akihiro, (Reg)Abudula Abuliti, (Reg)Guan Guoqing
SIBs
anode
reversible capacity
11-a178
PA146Hydrogenation of toluene with hydrogen permeable palladium membrane electrode through electrolysis of water.
(Utsunomiya U.) *(Stu)Shimamura Hinaki, Jing Long Wen, (Reg)Sato Takafumi, (Reg)Itoh Naotsugu
Hydrogenation of toluene
Hydrothermal
monocyclic compounds
5-d436

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