Last modified: 2022-03-04 12:00:00
The SCEJ Women's Award, which is presented to women who have made outstanding technical and research achievements in chemical engineering-related fields, will be presented. This will be followed by invited and requested lectures by researchers and engineers active in related research fields on the theme of "Spatial Design of Nanomaterials and Biofunctional Molecules. Through lectures by female researchers, overseas researchers, and those with research experience overseas, we would like to discuss with you how to create a space for creative research and technological development, from the perspective of fostering global human resources in a sustainable society.
Registration is FREE for participants attending only for the public sessions (SP-1, SS-3, CS-2, HC-11, HC-12, and HQ-21) online (only SP-1 can be attended on-site) as an audience (not as a speaker). See Details.
|Title / Authors||Keywords||Topic code||Ack.|
|Hall H, Day 2|
|(13:00–14:00) (Chair: |
|H213||[The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Women's Activity] Environmental management in the engineering business, to deliver best-in-class solutions meeting global imperatives||The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Women's Activity||HC-12||732|
|H214||[The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Women's Activity] Solid-liquid interfacial reaction between oxides and metal ions - co-creation with female students-||The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Women's Activity||HC-12||733|
|H215||[Invited lecture] Understanding of self-organization of soft materials and application to material development||Soft material|
|(14:00–15:20) (Chair: |
|H216||[Requested talk] Construction of functional molecular assemblies using peptide amphiphiles||self-assembly|
|H217||[Invited lecture] Nanoparticle crystallization via DNA self-assembly: Structure design and SAXS analysis||DNA|
Small Angle X-ray Scattering
|H219||[Requested talk] Particle Engineering Research on Mass Transport in Plants and Its Impact on Graduate Students||interdisciplinary|
|(15:20–16:00) (Chair: |
|H220||[Invited lecture] Importance of Nano materials in infectious disease studies||Infectious diseases|