SCEJSCEJ SCEJ 87th Annual Meeting Mar. 16 (Wed) - Mar. 18 (Fri), 2022 Kobe University, Tsurukabuto 1st Campus / Online Japanese page
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International Symposium

International Symposium

The following list is subject to change.

K-1 Recent Researches on Material Structure Control Technology for Functional Expression <Virtual(Online)>

Mar. 16 (Wed) 13:20-17:00 Hall C (Program)

Organized by
Division of Materials and Interfaces
TANAKA Shunsuke(Kansai Univ.)
KUBO Masaru(Hiroshima Univ.)
IWAMURA Shinichiroh(Hokkaido Univ.)
This is an international symposium on cutting-edge technology for material structure control and their applications. We invite Prof. Hsien-Yeh Chen of National Taiwan University who has won 2021 The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer for the keynote speech of this symposium. We also invite domestic and foreign researchers working on the synthesis of porous organic-inorganic materials to discuss about the hierarchical structure control for functional expression. We hope this symposium will be fruitful and contribute to discuss the recent progress in design of advanced materials for application to separation, catalytic reaction, energy devices, electronics, and so on.
K-2 CO2 Separation and Utilization in Aseania 2022 <Virtual(Online)>

Mar. 16 (Wed) 12:50-17:05 Hall D (Program)

Organized by
Division of Separation Processes
Division of Systems, Information and Simulation Technologies
KAMIO Eiji(Kobe Univ.)
ALCANTARA Avila J. Rafael(Kyoto Univ.)
SOTOWA Ken-Ichiro(Kyoto Univ.)
YOSHIOKA Tomohisa(Kobe Univ.)
Development of CO2 separation technologies are accelerated around the world to eliminate CO2 emissions by 2050. This is an international symposium for the development of membranes and membrane processes for CO2 separation. Dr. Serene Lock Sow Mun, who have been awarded "The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer 2021", are invited to give a plenary lecture. Researchers working on development of advanced membranes and membrane processes for CO2 separation are also invited to discuss widely fundamentals and applications of CO2 separation membranes. We hope this symposium will contribute to develop powerful CO2 separation processes using membrane technology.
K-3 Supercritical Fluid Division 20th Anniversary International Session <Virtual/Live>

Mar. 16 (Wed) 15:30-18:00
Mar. 17 (Thu) 9:00-11:00 Hall E (Program)

Organized by
Division of Supercritical Fluids
WATANABE Masaru(Tohoku Univ.)
UCHIDA Hirohisa(Kanazawa Univ.)
The Supercritical Fluid Division will hold an international session in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Supercritical Fluid Division by inviting overseas researchers on supercritical fluid technology. World authorities in the fields of supercritical fluids from North America and Europe will attend the session and explain the research and development trends of supercritical fluids in their countries. The session will also include presentations on the status of research and development in each field.
K-4 Recent Research and Development of Micro Chemical Process and Synthesis <Virtual/Live>

Mar. 17 (Thu) 9:00-12:00 Hall C (Program)

Organized by
Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
TONOMURA Osamu(Kyoto Univ.)
ASANO Yukako(Hitachi, Ltd.)
This session focuses on research and development of micro chemical process and synthesis in recent years. We will invite Prof. Jianhong XU from Tsinghua University (2021 Winner of The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer) and some outstanding researchers.
K-5 Materials Development Innovated by Fluid Flow <Virtual/Live>

Mar. 17 (Thu) 10:35-15:45 Hall D (Program)

Organized by
Fluid & Particle Processing Division
Division of Materials and Interfaces
KUWAGI Kenya(Okayama Univ. of Sci.)
KOMODA Yoshiyuki(Kobe Univ.)
For the innovative manufacturing process of highly functional materials, the utilization of fluid flow in the equipment is essential. In this symposium, the organizers welcome the contributions about the material productions with the consideration of fluid flow as well as the fluid dynamics studies for producing materials.
K-6 Advances in Downstream Processing of Biologics <Virtual/Live>

Mar. 17 (Thu) 15:00-18:00 Hall C (Program)

Organized by
Division of Biochemical Engineering
Asian Federation of Biotechnology (AFOB) Bioprocess and Bioseparation Engineering Division
YAMAMOTO Shuichi(Yamaguchi Univ.)
This symposium will focus on recent advances in downstream processing of biologics. We will discuss on current problems and future directions. The symposium is co-sponsored by Asian Federation of Biotechnology (AFOB) Bioprocess and Bioseparation Engineering Division
K-7 The Cutting-Edge Environmental Biotechnology: Challenges for Sustainable Society and Global Warming <Virtual/Live>

Mar. 18 (Fri) 9:00-11:45 Hall D (Program)

Organized by
Division of Environment
Division of Biochemical Engineering
TERADA Akihiko(Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.)
SUENAGA Toshikazu(Hiroshima Univ.)
We are facing grand challenges in the nexus of food, climate, and water. As an engineer in environmental and biochemical engineering, of importance are to transfer ground-breaking discoveries and develop innovative technologies applicable to low-carbon-footprint purification technologies, energy autarky wastewater treatment, mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions, and production of valuable compounds from wastes. Given substantial progress on analytical tools looking into microbial resources in natural environments, surprising discoveries on the functions of unexplored microorganisms have been reported. This symposium invites leading researchers working in the field and discusses the significance of managing and harnessing microbial communities for water reuse/recycle, sustainable society development, and global warming mitigation.