The following list is subject to change.
K-1 Sustainable Technologies from Various Chemical Reaction Engineering Perspectives
Mar. 15 (Wed) 12:50-17:10 Hall C (Program)
Organized by Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering
The field of chemical reaction engineering has in common process engineering, the manipulation of chemical reactions, and a variety of technologies are used and studied that are not found in other fields. In order to bring sustainable development to the next generation of chemical engineering, it is necessary to create synergy with these new technologies. In this international symposium, young researchers from Japan and other Asian countries will discuss the future of chemical reaction engineering from the viewpoints of their respective research fields, with "sustainable technology" as the keyword.
Organizers MOMOSE Takeshi (The Univ. of Tokyo) HORIE Takafumi (Osaka Metropolitan Univ.) NAKAGAWA Keizo (Kobe Univ.) WATANABE Ryo (Shizuoka Univ.) MATSUNE Hideki (Miyazaki Univ.) TANIYA Keita (Kobe Univ.) MURANAKA Yosuke (Kyoto Univ.) FUJITSUKA Hiroyasu (Kyoto Univ.) HIROTA Yuichiro (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) GOSHIMA Takashi (Kagoshima Univ.) ASANO Shusaku (Kyushu Univ.) FUJIWARA Kakeru (Yamagata Univ.) HIROMORI Kousuke (Tohoku Univ.) K-2 Recent Developments on Process Systems Engineering
Mar. 15 (Wed) 12:55-17:20 Hall D (Program)
Organized by Division of Systems, Information and Simulation Technologies
This international session bringing together researchers and practitioners to discuss recent developments on Process Systems Engineering.
Organizers KANO Manabu (Kyoto Univ.) YAMASHITA Yoshiyuki (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology) Dominic C. Y. Foo (The Univ. of Nottingham Malaysia) K-3 Organic/Inorganic Thin Film Processing for Applications to Electronic and Energy Devices
Mar. 16 (Thu) 8:45-12:50 Hall C (Program)
Organized by Division of Materials & Interfaces
This symposium will focus on coating technology and applications. We will invite Prof. Cheng-Liang Liu of National Taiwan University who has won the 2022 SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer for the keynote lecture of this symposium. We will also invite researchers working on processing of electronic, optoelectronic, and energy storage devices.
Organizer(s) TSUJI Yoshiko (UTokyo) KOMODA Yoshiyuki (Kobe Univ.) INOUE Gen (Kyushu Univ.)
Interactive comments on each lecture will be available during the symposium through GOING VIRTUAL. We hope this symposium will be fruitful and contribute to the promotion of interdisciplinary research and academic development in the materials and processing.
K-4 Biomedical Engineering Challenges toward Intractable Diseases
Mar. 16 (Thu) 13:20-16:20 Hall C (Program)
Organized by Division of Biochemical Engineering
With the recent development of molecular biology and biotechnology, biomedical engineering has become increasingly important for the treatment of intractable diseases. At this symposium, Prof. Wei Wei, who is the awardee of The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer 2022 and has made great contributions to this field, gives a plenary lecture. We also invite active researchers to discuss the current status and future prospects of this field.
Organizer(s) KAWAHARA Masahiro (NIBIOHN) K-5 The 11th Japan-China Symposium on Chemical Engineering
Mar. 17 (Fri) 10:00-17:00 Hall C (Program)
Organized by China Liaison Committee, Center for International Exchange Co-organized by The Chemical Industry and Engineering Society of China (CIESC)
In this session, new technologies on environmental protection in terms of chemical engineering in Japan and China will be presented.
Organizers SAKAI Yuji (Kogakuin Univ.) ZHAO Zhen (China Univ. of Petroleum/Shenyang Normal Univ.)