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Hall I
TimePaper
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Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
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Fluid & particle processing
(9:30–10:30) (Chair: Tomonori Fukasawa, Shuji Ohsaki)
9:309:42I01Effect of particle properties on the local gravitational packing characteristics of powder
(Okayama U.) *Ayana S., Mino Y., Nakaso K., Gotoh K.
powder
gravitational packing
die filling, clogging
2-f58
9:429:54I02evaluation of flowability by shear test and vibration shear tube method
(U.Kyoto) *Nishikawa R., Matsusaka S.
vibration shear tube metod
shear test
friction
2-f25
9:5410:06I03Development of component separation method for mixed powders in vibrating fluidized bed based on differences in agglomeration behavior of individual powders
(Hiroshima U.) *Izumi J., Fukasawa T., Ishigami T., Fukui K.
Component separation
Vibrating fluidized bed
Mixed powders
2-f77
10:0610:18I04Compression simulation of powder compacts using discrete element method
(Okayama U.) *Inohara Y., Mino Y., Nakaso K., Gotoh K.
DEM
powder compacts
compression
2-f103
10:1810:30I05Influence of operating conditions on the structure of powder layer deposited on the bag filter
(Hiroshima U.) *Matsunaga K, Narita T, Fukasawa T, Ishigami T, Fukui K
bag filter
powder layer structure
filtration
2-f81
Fluid & particle processing
(10:40–11:52) (Chair: Yasushi Mino, Toru Ishigami)
10:4010:52I06Influence of pulse-jet cleaning interval of effective filtration area of pleated filter
(Hiroshima U.) *Furumoto K., Narita T., Fukasawa T., Ishigami T., Fukui K.
Effective filtration area
Pleated filter
Pulse-jet cleanig
2-f83
10:5211:04I07Electrification of Nano Particles in Gas-Solid Pipe Flow
(U.Kyoto) *Kai S., Matsusaka S.
Electrification
Nano Particle
Gas-Solid Flow
2-f38
11:0411:16I08Downsizing of Solid-Electrolytes for All-Solid-State Lithium Batteries by Liquid Shaking Method
(Osaka Pref. U.) *Hatada Akihiro, Yano Takeru, Ohsaki Shuji, Nakamura Hideya, Watano Satoru
All-solid-state lithium battery
Liquid Shaking method
Li3PS4
2-f75
11:1611:28I09Simulation of drying process of fine particle dispersed droplet by DEM-DNS method
(Hiroshima U.) *Karasudani T., Maemoto Y., Fukasawa T., Ishigami T., Fukui K.
DEM-DNS method
spray drying
structure formation
2-e59
11:2811:40I10Development of a novel atomizing device for miniaturizing the size of the spray dryer using the rotating disk atomizer
(Okayama U.) *Takami N., Shimizu A., Nakaso K., Mino Y., Gotoh K.
Spray dry
Rotating disk atomizer
Droplet
2-f84
11:4011:52I11Comparison of techniques to evaluate contact angle
(Okayama U.) *Takahashi Y., Mino Y., Nakaso K. ., Gotoh K.
powder
wettabillity
liquid penetrarion
2-f104
Fluid & particle processing
(13:00–14:24) (Chair: Yasuya Nakayama, Kosuke Suzuki)
13:0013:12I12Development of numerical simulation model of solid-gas-liquid-liquid four-phase flows based on phase-field model
(Hiroshima U.) *Hagiwara R., Ueda M., Fukasawa T., Ishigami T., Fukui K.
four-phase flow
phase-field model
immersed boundary method
2-e60
13:1213:24I13Oscillatory shear rheology of a suspension in a viscoelastic medium
(Kyushu U.) *Uemura Takami, (U. Kyushu/Sumitomo Bakelite) Matsuoka Yuki, (U. Kyushu) Nakayama Yasuya, Kajiwara Toshihisa
suspension
SAOS
rheology
2-a28
13:2413:36I14Effect of the size of dispersed particles on the motion of a single particle
(Kobe U.) *Goto Sayu, Komoda Yoshiyuki, Suzuki Kosuke, Horie Takahumi, Ohmura Naoto
Micro-scale flow
Magnetic particles
Stokes flow
2-a39
13:3613:48I15Effect of heating method and pH on the synthesis of complex oxide particles by precipitation method
(Hiroshima U.) *Irusyado P., Ichiba G., Fukasawa T., Ishigami T., Fukui K.
Microwave heating
Coprecipitation
CFMO
2-f82
13:4814:00I16Study on the dispersion stability of emulsion using ultrafine bubbles
(NIT Kochi) *Amagu Kaiki, Yamawaki Naoya, Nishiuchi Yusuke, Hata Takashi, Tada Kaori
emulsion
dispersion stability
ultrafine bubble
2-e150
14:0014:12I17Effects of ion types, particle surface properties, and applied electric fields on zeta potential measurements
(Hiroshima U.) *Maruyama N., Ono K., Fukasawa T., Ishigami T., (HiroshimaU.) Fukui K.
Electricphoresis
Zeta Potential
Particle surface properties
2-f76
14:1214:24I18Control of microbial adhesion to stainless steel surface using titania nanoparticles
(Osaka Pref. U.) *Tanaka Tomohiko, Konishi Yasuhiro, Nomura Toshiyuki, (Osaka U.) Kondo Hikaru, Naito Makio
AFM
Adhesion force
Bacterial cells
2-g101
Fluid & particle processing
(14:35–15:47) (Chair: Takafumi Horie, Kazutaka Takata)
14:3514:47I19Analysis of mixing and flowing state in an oscillatory baffled reactor
(Kobe U.) *Murotani Ryosuke, Horie Takafumi, (Sekisui Chemical) Yakushiji Hikaru, (Kobe U.) Komoda Yoshiyuki, Ohmura Naoto
oscillatory baffled reactor
vortex motion
decolorization
2-b36
14:4714:59I20Numerical analysis of water-benzene mixture flow around obstacles in a circular pipe
(Osaka U.) *Kitano Yuki, (Graduate school of Eng. Sci., Osaka U.) Okano Yasunori, Sekimoto Atushi
OpenFOAM
liquid-liquid dispersion
static mixer
2-b98
14:5915:11I21Influence of Various Impeller Shape on Discharge Performance in Turbulent Mixing
(Kure Kosen) *Kobayashi Masaki, Serene Ong Hui Sze, Sawai Gentarou, Takata Kazutaka
Mixing
CFD
Flow pattern
2-b73
15:1115:23I22Effect of rheological properties on the mixing pattern induced by a rotationally reciprocating anchor impeller
(Kobe U.) *Hirose Haruna, Komoda Yoshiyuki, Suzuki Kosuke, Horie Takafumi, Ohmura Naoto
non-Newtonian fluids
laminar chaotic mixing
streakline
2-b24
15:2315:35I23Influence of Various Projected Area on Power Consumption and Mixing Time of Paddle Impeller
(Kure Kosen) *Serene Ong Hui Sze, Kobayashi Masaki, Sawai Gentarou, Takata Kazutaka
Mixing
CFD
Power consumption
2-b74
15:3515:47I24Effect of mixing patten on liquid/liquid mass transfer of low density liquid with larger volume
(Okayama U.) *Sunami Kodai, Uddin Md Azhar, Kato Yoshiie
mass transfer
low density liquid
larger volume
2-b131

Hall J
TimePaper
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Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
number
Separation processes
(9:30–10:30) (Chair: IkuoTaniguchi, Naohiro Shimoda)
9:309:42J01Development of UCST-type thermo-responsive ionic liquids as draw solutes in forward osmosis process
(Kobe U./MaFTech Center) *Motoyama A., Inada A., Yumiya K., Matsuyama H.
Forward osmosis
Ionic liquid
UCST
4-a13
9:429:54J02Preparation of fluorine-containing polyamide membrane using interfacial polymerization and evaluation of water and organic solvent permeability
(Kobe U./MaFTech Center) *Kushida W., Shintani T., Nakagawa K., Sasaki Y., Hasegawa S., Kamio E., Matsuyama H.
Polyamide membrane
Hydrophobicity
Organic solvent
4-a15
9:5410:06J03Elucidation of separation and permeation mechanism in zeolite membrane and design of high performance membrane by Molecular dynamics simulation
(Kobe U./MaFTech Center) *Ueda T., Yosioka T., Nakagawa K., Shintani T., Kamio E., Matsuyama H.
Zeolite
Moleular dynamics simulation
Hydrocarbon
4-a18
10:0610:18J04Preparation of hollow-fiber membrane modules for CO2 capture and the gas separation properties
(Take High Sch.) *Mitsuhara Kanato, (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu U.) Matsunaga Mitsunari, Toyoda Mariko, Taniguchi Ikuo
amine
CO2 capture
membrane module
4-a5
10:1810:30J05Introduction of commercial NaA zeolite powders into porous SUS tube for Pd thin membrane
(Tokushima U.) *Terasaki K., Inadu Y., Katoh M., Shimoda N., Sugiyama S.
Pd thin membrane
Commercial NaA zeolite
Hydrogen separation
4-a16
Separation processes
(10:40–11:52) (Chair: Koreyoshi Imamura, Eiji Kamio)
10:4010:52J06Preparation of solely amorphous sugar based solid dispersion of water-insoluble flavors
(Okayama U.) *Nitta Yuna, Okamoto Takashi, Fujioka Akiho, Sekitoh Takanari, Imanaka Hiroyuki, Ishida Naoyuki, Imamura Koreyoshi
solid dispersion
sugar
flavor
4-h123
10:5211:04J07Monitoring of atmospheric freeze-drying process by heat flux measurement of sublimation
(Kyoto U.) *Ueda Takumi, Nakagawa Kyuya, Sano Noriaki, Suzuki Tetsuo
atmospheric freeze-drying
sublimation
monitoring
4-h139
11:0411:16J08Fabrication of inorganic/organic double network ion gels with high ionic liquid content
(Kobe.U./MaF Tech Center) *Minakata M, Yasui T, Matsuoka A, Kamio E, Matsuyama H
CO2 separation membrane
Ionic liquids
tough gels
4-a20
11:1611:28J09Fabrication of inorganic/organic double network ion gels using cross-linkable polymer
(Kobe.U./MaF Tech Center) *Segawa Jumpei, Kinoshita Masayuki, Yasui Tomoki, Kamio Eiji, Matsuyama Hideto
ionic liquid
gel
cross-linkable polymer
4-a23
11:2811:40J10Challenge for negative carbon emission with amine-containing polymeric membranes
(Yatsushiro H.S.) *Tanaka Haruno, (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu U.) Kinugasa Kae, Taniguchi Ikuo
CO2 capture
membrane
negative emission
4-a4
11:4011:52J11Fabrication of laminar graphene oxide membranes using amine-type crosslinkers for organic solvent nanofiltration
(., Kobe U./MaF Tech) *Ushio K., Nakagawa K., Yoshioka T., Shintani T., Kamio E., Matsuyama H.
Graphene oxide membrane
Crosslinking
Organic solvent nanofiltration
4-a14
Separation processes
(13:00–14:24) (Chair: Kenji Kawasaki, Takuji Yamamoto)
13:0013:12J12behavior of nitrogen in carrier added activated sludge process
(U.Ehime) *Ito Y., Kawasaki K.
activated sludge process
carrier
nitrogen concentration
4-b80
13:1213:24J13Water absorption of nitorogen monoxide using glass filter type gas absorber in the presence of ozone and hydrogen peroxide
(OPUCT) *Yokokawa Shota, Hirabayashi Daisuke, (Osaka Pref. U.) Mieda Yousuke, Yasuda Masahiro
Glass fiber filter type gas absorber
Nitorogen monoaxide
Water absorption
4-d142
13:2413:36J14Introduction of Ion Exchange Group into Cellulose and its Application
(IchinomiyaHighSchool) *Kanai M., *Kinouchi H., *Konishi Y., *Manago R.
cellulose
ion exchange
esterification
4-e105
13:3613:48J15Mechanizm of nitrogen monoxide adsorption to Y-type zeolite
(OPUCT) *Ooshiro Atsushi, Hirabayashi Daisuke, (Osaka Pref. U.) Kitasagami Makoto, Yasuda Masahiro
Nitrogen monoxide
Adsorption mechanism
Zeolite
4-e129
13:4814:00J16Nitrogen monoxide adsorption to ion exchanged Y-type zeolite
(Osaka Pref. U.) *Kitasagami Makoto, (OPUCT) Ooshiro Atushi, ヒラバヤシ ダイスケ, (Osaka Pref. U.) Yasuda Masahiro
Ion exchanged Y-type zeolite
Nitrogen monoxide
Adsorption
4-e134
14:0014:12J17Adsorption Characterization of Spherical Ion-Exchange Gel Prepared from Resorcinol and Formaldehyde
(U.Hyogo) *Sakuragi R., Taguchi S., Ito K., Maeda K., Yamamoto T.
resorcinol-formaldehyde resin
ion exchange
12-e12
14:1214:24J18The development of a simple method for extractingtheobromine
(utohighschool) *higashi kotaro, *teramoto aoi
theobromin
extraction
sublimation
4-f127
Fundamental properties, Separation processes, Energy engineering
(14:35–15:47) (Chair: Kensuke Kurahashi, Gen Inoue)
14:3514:47J19Extraction of Eu using SIR impregnated with only surfactant
(OPUCT) *Kawasaki Yuta, Takata Sohki, Kanamura Hideo, Nakatani Ryo, Kurahasi Kensuke, (FemtoLab) Umetani Shigeo, (ICR) Sohrin Yoshiki
Solvent impregnated resin
Surfactant
Rare earth element
4-f124
14:4714:59J20Removal of mercury from coal gasification gas with Ce-Zn oxide
(Okayama U.) *Yamada Takanari, Uddin Md Azhar, Katou Yoshiei
removal of mercury
coal gasification gas
Ce-Zn oxide
13-i132
14:5915:11J21Control of pyrolysis of waste plastics by coprocessing with iron ore
(Kyoto U.) *Nigai K., Ashida R., Kawase M.
Coprocessing
Waste plastics
Iron ore
9-c89
15:1115:23J22High-efficiency power generation utilizing reduction reactions by low-grade carbonaceous resources
(Kyoto U.) *Yoshihiro Fueki, Yoshihiro Fueki, Ashida Ryuichi, Kawase Motoaki
low-rank coal
redox reaction
power generation
9-c128
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(H. Kozu) *Masuda A, *Tuzimura A
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a
a
1-a2
15:3515:47J24Estimation of structural properties of electrode layer by simulation, observation and machine learning
(Kyushu U.) *Ishikawa S, Mashioka H, Kimura N, Inoue G, Tsuge Y
電池
機械学習
画像処理
11-a153

Hall K
TimePaper
ID
Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
number
Chemical reaction engineering
(10:40–11:52) (Chair: Tsutomu Ono, Hideo Nagata)
10:4010:52K06Preparation of cellulose nanofiber by microchannel wet-spinning process
(Okayama U.) *Miyabayashi Takanori, Ono Tsutomu, Watanabe Takaichi
Microchannel wet-spinning process
Jet flow
CNF
5-f110
10:5211:04K07Synthesis of aluminum nitride coating from triethylaluminum
(Kyoto U.) *Ohashi Y., Li Y., Kawase M.
CVD
Aluminum nitride
Triethylaluminum
5-h40
11:0411:16K08Reaction kinetics of hexafluoroethane hydrolysis reaction over γ-Alumina catalyst
(NIT Sasebo Collage) *Yamaguchi Masaki, Nagata Hideo, Hirayama Shunichi
Hexafluoroethane
Hydrolysis reaction
γ-Alumina
5-a46
11:1611:28K09Difference in corrosion rate of aluminum by strong acid and strong base
(kakogawahigashi highschool) *tuda syuto, *kobayashi haruto, *uchiyama sakura, *sugahara chinatsu
Aluminum
strong acid
strong base
1-e42
11:2811:40K10Synthesis of 2-chloropropane by catalytic hydrogenation of 2-chloropropene
(Tokushima U.) *Moroyama T., Endo S., Shimoda N., Katoh M., Sugiyama S.
2-chloropropene
2-chloropropane
hydrogenation
5-a8
11:4011:52K11Performance and sulfur poisoning resistance of Birdcage-type silicalite catalyst encapsulated platinum nanoparticles for dry reforming of methane
(Tokushima U.) *Mizuno Masayuki, Shimoda Naohiro, Katoh Masahiro, Sugiyama Shigeru
Dry reforming of methane
Sulfur poisoning
Birdcage type Pt catalyst
5-a92
Chemical reaction engineering, Wide area
(13:00–14:24) (Chair: Yuichi Ichihashi, Uddin Md Azhar)
13:0013:12K12Development of Fe-Ce based catalyst for the decomposition of tar produced by gasification of woody biomass
(Okayama U.) *Ohama Mayo, Uddin Md Azhar, Kato Yoshiei
biomass
gasification
Fe-Ce catalyst
5-g130
13:1213:24K13Effect of Ce introduction into Bi-Mo composite oxide catalysts for acrolein synthesis
(Tokushima U.) *Yoshida M., Miyake M., Shimoda N., Katoh M., Sugiyama S.
acrolein
Bi-Mo
catalytic oxidation
5-a10
13:2413:36K14Development of metal-modified alumina catalysts with catalyst degradation resistance against catalytic dehydrogenation of isobutane
(Tokushima U.) *Yoshida T., Oribe K., Shimoda N., Katoh M., Sugiyama S., (Mitsubishi Chem.) Kato Y., Ninomiya W.
dehydrogenation
isobutane
Ni/Al2O3
5-a29
13:3613:48K15Study of operating conditions of PEFC at high-temperature and high-pressure
(Kyoto U.) *Tanabe K., Balci B., Yamaguchi K., Kageyama M., Kawase M.
PEFC
relative humidity
hugh-temperature high-pressure operation
5-a49
13:4814:00K16Investigation of aldehyde selectivity in electrolytic oxidation of various alcohols
(Kyoto U.) *Sano N., Namura K., Kawase M.
Electoroorganic synthesis
Potential difference
Selectivity
5-i90
14:0014:12K17The most suitable conditions for silver mirror reaction
(H.matsuyamatyuo) *asaka yuta, *mizuguchi asuka, shimoda ai
silver mirror reaction
a copper ion
most suitable
14-c126
14:1214:24K18Reaction of caramelization and hydrogen peroxide
(Senri H.S.) *Tanaka Chisato, *Hoshino Souta
Caramelization
hydrogen peroxide
14-e88
Chemical reaction engineering
(14:35–15:59) (Chair: Keita Taniya, Takaichi Watanabe)
14:3514:47K19Development of electrochemical reactor to synthesize hydrogen peroxide
(Kyoto U.) *Watanabe Yutaro, Sano Noriaki, Nakagawa Kyuya, Suzuki Tetsuo
hydrogen peroxide
electrochemistry
electrolysis
5-e120
14:4714:59K20Study in Catalytic Performance and Degradation Behavior of FER-type Zeolite for Methanol to Dimethyl Ether Reaction
(Tokushima U.) *Aki Masahiro, Yamaji Mai, Shimoda Naohiro, Katoh Masahiro, Sugiyama Shigeru
FER-type Zeolite
Alkaline treatment
Methanol to dimethyl ether reaction
5-a91
14:5915:11K21Visualization of color reaction between salicylic acid and iron chloride(III) aqueous solution using spectrophotometer
(UTO H.S.) *Hirota Ibuki, *Matsumoto Mari, *Miyamoto Mizuki, *Murayama Yuka
salicylic acid
iron chloride
color reaction
5-i64
15:1115:23K22Photocatalytic oxidation of Water to Hydrogen peroxide over Organic Semiconductor
(Kobe Univercity) *Tokui Y., Morimoto M., Taniya K., Ichihashi Y., Nishiyama S.
Photocatalyst
Organic smiconductor
Hydrogen peroxide synthesis
5-a66
15:2315:35K23The propasal of simple measuring method of N3- by using brown ring reaction
(H.tsuyama) *koyuki O, *yuka N, *natsuki Y
brown ring reaction
5-i70
15:3515:47K24Modification of ZIF-8 Film on Outer Surface of Spherical SiO2 by Semi-batch Operation
(Kobe U.) *Nishikawa Y., Shimada D., Kawada S., Taniya K., Hidema R., Horie T., Komoda Y., Ichihashi Y., Ohmura N., Nishiyama S., Suzuki H.
ZIF-8
Latent heat transportation
Silica microcapsule
5-i67
15:4715:59K25Chemiluminescence ~the difference of alcohol ~
(Nara H.S.) *Higuchi Honoka, *Ueno manami, *Kaneko Yuna, *Hattori Narimi, *Yoshida Nao, Morishima Kuniyoshi
Chemiluminescence
alcohol
cosolvent
5-i145

Hall L
TimePaper
ID
Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
number
Biochemical engineering
(9:30–10:30) (Chair: Hiroyuki Imanaka, Mari Takahara)
9:309:42L01Development of novel multivalent molecular recognition elements by modifying multimer formation of CutA1
(Okayama U.) *Yamada Kodai, Azuma Hidetaka, Ishida Naoyuki, Imamura Koreyoshi, Imanaka Hiroyuki
biomolecular
scaffold
interaction
7-i156
9:429:54L02Detection of Amyloid beta aggregation on lipid membrane by using electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance
(NIT Wakayama) *Kubo Asuka, Miyamoto Kazuho, Morita Seiichi
amyloid beta
lipid membrane
Electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance
7-i56
9:5410:06L03Bioassay sensor by using model cell membrane
(NIT Wakayama) *Sakamoto Marika, Sakai Chinatsu, Morita Seiichi
model cell membrane
bioassay
sensor
7-i57
10:0610:18L04Evaluated the stress that fruit was subjected to with antioxidant activity
(Seishin girls' H.S.) *Kawashima Itori, *Nakayama Yua, Yamada Naofumi
anti-oxidative activity
7-h9
10:1810:30L05Site-selective drug modification of a protein using drug-fused peptide and enzyme
(NIT Kit) *Miura Tenki, (Kyushu U.) Kamiya Noriho, (NIT Kit) Takahara Mari
Peptide
Enzyme
Protein-drug conjugate
7-a6
Biochemical engineering
(10:40–11:52) (Chair: Kamiya Noriho, Daisuke Hirabayashi)
10:4010:52L06pH dependence in post-modification of self-assembling peptides using enzymatic reactions
(Kyushu U.) *Higuchi Ayato, Obayashi Hiroki, Wakabayashi Rie, Goto Masahiro, Kamiya Noriho
Post-modification
Enzymatic reaction
Self-assembly
7-i21
10:5211:04L07Characterization of Monolithic beads for protein chromatography.
(Kyoto Inst. Tech.) *Lyu Mengxuan, Rakotondravao Haigomaholy Michelle, (EMAUS) Ishizuka Norio, (YMC) Kuroda Noritaka, Takahashi Ryosuke, (Kyoto U.) Sakakibara Keita, (Kyoto Inst. Tech.) Horiuchi Junichi, Kumada Yoichi
Chromatography
Monolithic beads
Mass transfer
7-c87
11:0411:16L08Dynamic adsorption capacity analysis of proteins in multimodal chromatographic separation
(Kyoto Inst. Tech) *Hamamoto Y., Ohara A., Kumada Y., (YMC) Takahashi R., Kuroda N., Sakoda Y.
multimodal chromatography
dynamic binding capacity
separation
7-c102
11:1611:28L09Cell adhesion to high molecular mass amphiphilic polymer particle
(Osaka Pref. U.) *Nishizaki Ryohei, Yasuda Masahiro
Polymer particle
Amphiphilic function group
Adhesive cell
7-e136
11:2811:40L10Development of high efficiency separation of Exosomal vesicles using single-chain Fv antibody immobilized beads
(Kyoto Inst. Tech.) *Mukai R., Kobayashi T., Horiuchi J., Kumada Y.
single-chain Fv antibody
amine coupling
dispersibility
7-b47
11:4011:52L11Screening of VHH antibodies using liposomes
(Kyoto Inst.Tech) *Wakita Misaki, (Denka) Inano Koichi, Ogasawara Shinya, (Denka-seiken) Gondaira Fumio, (Kyoto Inst.Tech) Horiuchi Jun-ichi, Kumada Yoichi
Screening
VHH
Liposome
7-b79
Biochemical engineering
(13:00–14:24) (Chair: Eisaku Oikawa, Jun-ichi Horiuchi)
13:0013:12L12Conditions for hydrogen production by nitrogen-fixing bacteria
(Kuremiyahara H.S.) *Oikawa Haruka, Ohno Yujiro, (Nat. Inst. Tech. or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITech., Kure Col.) Oikawa Eisaku
hydrogen
nitrogen-fixing bacteria
hydride ion
7-g65
13:1213:24L13Difference in hydrogen-producing ability and growth rate of various nitrogen-fixing bacteria
(NIT or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITech.,Kure Col.) *Koke Taishu, *Ishiyama Mahono, Ohue Daiki, Niyagawa Ryo, Oikawa Eisaku
hydrogen
nitrogen-fixing
microorganisms
7-g63
13:2413:36L14Ammonia-producing ability by heterotrophic microorganisms with varying nutrient content
(NIT or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITech.,Kure Col.) *Hshimoto Naoki, *Miyahara Noya, Oikawa Eisaku
Ammonia
microorganisms
nitrogen-fixing
7-g62
13:3613:48L15Germination Suppression by Cherry Leaves2
(chienkan) *Nakashima Ryusei, *Ezaki Taiyou, Setoguchi Tomoki, Takamaru Yuduki, Tachikawa Akimitsu, Tsuchihashi Syuhei
cherry
coumarin
gibberellin
7-i17
13:4814:00L16Production of astaxanthin from corncobs by Xanthophyllomyces dendrorhous
(Kyoto Inst. Tech.) *Ogura Shinya, Horiuchi Jun-ichi, Kumada Yoichi
astaxanthin
#Xanthophyllomyces dendrorhous#
corncob
7-a51
14:0014:12L17efficient production of single-chain fragment (scFv) antibody produced in recombinant Escherichia coli by DO-stat fed-batch culture
(Kyoto Inst.Tech.) *Sanada Yuki, Horiuchi Jun-ichi, Kumada Yoichi
fed-batch culture
E coli
DO-stat
7-a52
14:1214:24L18Developing of xylitol production by co-culture with flocculating yeast
(Kyoto Inst. Tech.) *Higashino Yasuaki, horiuchi Junichi, Kumada Yoichi
xylitol
co-culture
flocculating yeast
7-a78
Biochemical engineering
(14:35–15:35) (Chair: Tatsuo Maruyama, Kyuya Nakagawa)
14:3514:47L19The role of sodium glutamate solution in the elution effect of iron in cooking
(H.Matsuyamachuo) *Hayashi Kousei, *Kuwabara Masaaki, *Hosokawa Kanji, Maki Daisuke
MSG
iron
elution
7-h116
14:4714:59L20To use wooden biomass ash for food processing
(H.tsuyama) *Imaishi Y, *Uragami M, *Torigoe N, *Makimoto F
woody biomass ash
food processing
Alkaline water
13-e55
14:5915:11L21Detoxification of melittin by indoles
(Kobe U.) *Kanemitsu Sayuki, Tominaga Yudai, Nishimura Kanon, Sakurai Haruka, Tamura Atsuo, Maruyama Tatsuo
melittin
detoxification
indoles
7-b22
15:1115:23L22A molecular dynamics study of hydration of agarooligosaccharides
(Kyoto U.) *Nishi K, Suzuki T, Sano N
molecular dynamics
hydration
agarooligosaccharide
7-h68
15:2315:35L23Development of microencapsulation technique for lactobacillus by egg protein aggregated upon freezing
(Kyoto U.) *Watanabe H, Nakagawa K, Sano N, Suzuki T
egg protein
microencapsulation
freezing
7-h135
17, 18
(16:15–17:00) (Chair: Yoshiei Kato)
16:1517:00L26Plenary lecture
(MGC) Kedo Ko
Plenary
17-a158
17:0017:15Awards ceremony

Hall M
TimePaper
ID
Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
number
Materials engineering & interfacial phenomena
(9:30–10:30) (Chair: Kazumitsu Naoe, Naoyuki Ishida)
9:309:42M01Functionalization of plastic surfaces using fluorous affinity
(Kobe U.) *Tsuchii Takane, Kaneko Kazuki, Nishino Takashi, Maruyama tatsuo
Surface functionalization
Rewritable
microcontact printing
12-h7
9:429:54M02The study of enhancing water resistant of filter paper
(H.tsuyama) Kurose A
water resistant
12-a121
9:5410:06M03Phase behavior of thermo-responsive polymer grafted on solid surface in organic solvents and binary mixtures
(Okayama U.) *Ogasawara Shiori, Imanaka Hiroyuki, Imamura Koreyoshi, Ishida Naoyuki
thermo-responsive polymer
phase behavior
atomic force microscopy
12-a137
10:0610:18M04Preparation of Pickering emulsions stabilized by stearate microparticles in stirred tank and their filtration behavior
(NIT Nara) *Kambara Haruta, Yoneda Yuto, Naoe Kazumitsu
Pickering emulsion
filtration
stirred tank
12-b54
10:1810:30M05Preparation of molecular assembly using fine bubble as a template
(NIT Ariake) *Watanabe Kaori, (NIT Sasebo) Tanaka Yasuhiko, Johno Yuuki, (NIT Ariake) Okobira Tadashi
Fine bubble
Ion complex
Nanoparticle
12-d112
Fundamental properties, Materials engineering & interfacial phenomena
(10:40–11:52) (Chair: Shotaro Hiraide, Yoshiyuki Komoda)
10:4010:52M06Formation of soft colloidal crystals in organic solvents combined with force measurements at order-disorder boundaries
(Kyoto U.) *Katayama Yuu, Arai Nozomi, Watanabe Satoshi, Miyahara Minoru
Soft colloidal crystals
Atomic force microscopy
Order-disorder boundary
12-c113
10:5211:04M07Film formation process of emulsion paint containing silica particles
(Kobe U.) *Nakamichi Sae, Komoda Yosiyuki, Suzuki Kosuke, Horie Takahumi, Ohmura Naoto
Speckle pattern
Emulsion paint
Thickness decrease
12-h30
11:0411:16M08Effects of Substrate Heating Temperatures on Production of Ph-BTBT-10 Thin Films by Rapid Expansion of Supercritical Solutions (RESS)
(Kanazawa U.) *Kamata W., Sakamoto Y., Kiyosawa T., Uchida H.
RESS
Organic thin films
Supercritical CO2
12-g148
11:1611:28M09STORM GLASS
(Tatsuno.hs) *Adachi R., *Arimoto K., *Sasaki H., *Mori R., *Yamamoto H.
Storm
Camphor
Weather
1-b19
11:2811:40M10Preparation of hydrophobic cryogels using divinylbenzene
(UMiyazaki) *Goya Naoto, (U. Miyazaki) Matsune Hideki, Shiomori Koichiro
hydrophobic cryogels
organic solvent
polymerization
12-e43
11:4011:52M11Preparation and Characterization of Fatty Acid Bicelle
(U.Hyogo) *Kimura Y., Taguchi S., Maeda K., Yamamoto T.
oleic acid
bicelle
12-b11
Materials engineering & interfacial phenomena
(13:00–14:24) (Chair: Nobuto Oka, Hideki Matsune)
13:0013:12M12Synthesis of a Cobalt Layered Compound with Narrow Interlayer Distance by Soft Chemical Processing and Its Ultra Low-temperature Sintering
(NIT Ube) *Shirakawa Fumiki, Shigeno Koichi, (Hosei U.) Yamasaki Yuki
Cobalt Layered Compounds
Ultra Low Temperature Sintering
Thermoelectric Materials
12-k32
13:1213:24M13Chemical modification of residual double bonds in divinylbenzene porous particles
(U. Miyazaki) *Natsui Yugo, Matsune Hideki, Shiomori Koichiro
porous polymer particles
chemical modification
bromination
12-c133
13:2413:36M14Development of non-contact method to evaluate aggregation degree of BaTiO3 fine particles using fluorescence spectrum analysis
(Kyoto U.) *Kanao Taichi, Sano N, Nakagawa K, Suzuki T
fluorescence spectrum
paritcle
BaTiO3
12-d119
13:3613:48M15Synthesis of spherical and macroporous YAG: Ce phosphor particles by flame-assisted spray pyrolysis
(U.Hiroshima) *Kitou Y., Hirano T., Ogi T.
cerium doped YAG
porous structure
photoluminescence
12-c45
13:4814:00M16Examination for Lowering Holding Time of Low-temperature Sintered Alumina Ceramics by Improvement of Powder Processing
(NIT Ube) *Kurashige Yuuka, Shigeno Koichi
Alumina(Al2O3)
Ceramics
Low Temperature Sintering
13-i27
14:0014:12M17Tatara ironmaking operation experiment with improved road furnace with visiting stone
(Shinji High Scool) *Oonishi Rion, *Ishida Tatsuya, *Nanmoku Shuuya, *Endou Sousuke, *Ikebuchi Yuu
Tatara ironmaking
iron sand
Hagane
12-k31
14:1214:24M18Synthesis and Sintering of Ag-Cu-Ti-Nb-O Type Complex Oxides
(NIT Ube) *Emoto Hiroki, Shigeno Koichi, (Yamaguchi U.) Fujimori Hirotaka
Novel Complex Oxide
Sintering
Electro-ceramics
12-k33
Materials engineering & interfacial phenomena, Environmental engineering
(14:35–15:59) (Chair: Koichi Shigeno, Kouji MAEDA)
14:3514:47M19Annealing effects of Cr-containing vanadate glass applied to Li-ion battery as cathode active material
(U.kindai) *Matsusako Shunsuke, Masuda Sayaka, Sugimoto Ryoya, (MORESCO) Inada Honami, Hayakawa Hikaru, (U.kindai) Nishida Tetsuaki, Oka Nobuto
Lithium ion battery
Vanadate glass
Cathode active material
12-c61
14:4714:59M20Effect of High Pressure on Electrodes of Nickel Hydrogen Batteries
(U. Hyogo) *Hirakawa Nozomi, Maeda Kouji, Yae Shinji, Fukumuro Naoki, Matsumoto Wataru, Iimura Kenji, (NIES) Kuramochi Hidetoshi
High Pressure
Electric Crystallization
Nickel Hydrogen Batteries
12-g48
14:5915:11M21Improvement in Sintering Performances and Dielectric Properties of Low-temperature Sintered Gahnite Ceramics by Addition of Titanium Dioxide
(NIT Ube) *Fujino Tomoya, Kurashige Yuuka, Shigeno Koichi
Gahnite(ZnAl2O4)
Ceramics
Low Temperature Sintering
13-i26
15:1115:23M22Synthesis of cellulose nanofiber/Fe3O4 composite porous particles and their adsorption properties
(U.Hiroshima) *Toyoda Y., Annie M. R., (DKS) Kitamura T., Goi Y., Morita Y., (U.Hiroshima) Ogi T.
cellulose
protein adsorption
spray dry
12-c44
15:2315:35M23Understanding gate adsorption behavior on pelletized metal-organic frameworks
(Kyoto U.) *Arima Homare, Hiraide Shotaro, Miyahara Minoru
metal-organic framework
gate adsorption
external force
12-a111
15:3515:47M24Study on plastic identification by dyeing
(H. Kozu) *Nishimuki K, *Nakatani R, Kaewashita R, Kiriyama K, Kondoh H
Orange
PVC
dyeing
13-e1
15:4715:59M25Effect of the fine bubbles on removal of sticking salt in the gap between metal plates
(NIT Kochi) *Mikasa Yuji, Yamawaki Naoya, Okumura Hayato, Akamatsu Shigenori, Nishiuchi Yusuke, Hata Takashi
fine bubble
cleaning
sticking salt
2-e152

Hall N
TimePaper
ID
Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
number
Fundamental properties, Thermal engineering, Materials engineering & interfacial phenomena
(10:40–11:52) (Chair: Koichi Nakaso, Atsushi Sekimoto)
10:4010:52N06Estimation of diffusion coefficient by numerical calculation based on InGaSb crystal growth experiment onboard ISS
(Osaka U.) *Okita Kazuya, (Graduate School of Eng. Sci., Osaka U.) Sekimoto Atsushi, Okano Yasunori, (japan aerospace exploration agency) Inatomi Yuko, (Res. Inst. electronics, Shizuoka U.) Hayakawa Yasuhiro
crystal growth
InGaSb
microgravity
3-f86
10:5211:04N07The study on improvement of durability of storage media for chemical heat storage with direct heat exchange
(Okayama U.) *Okada A., Nakaso K., Mino Y., Gotoh K., (Hiroshima U.) Matsumura Y.
zeolite
chemical heat storage
packed bed
3-c85
11:0411:16N08(withdrawn)

100155
11:1611:28N09Effect of Scanning Speed of Electric Field on BN Assmbly
(Nat. Inst. Tech. or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITech,Anan Col.) *Chikaishi S., (Tolushima Univercity) Hironaka K., (Nat. Inst. Tech. or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITech,Anan Col.) Kouzai T., Zheng T., Konishi T., Kamano M., Fujihara T.
Electric Field
Hexagonal Boron Nitride
Heat Flow
12-k141
11:2811:40N10Scientific Consideration of GANZEKI
(UTO H.S.) *Iwamura Shuto, *Urushima Kotaro, *Shibata Manami, *Noritomi Ai
GANZEKI
shelllime
solidification
12-m50
11:4011:52N11Prediction of phase equilibria by group contribution method with new activity coefficient model
(Kyushu U.) *Takeo Ai, Iwai Yoshio, (Nihon U.) Tochigi Katsumi
vapor-liquid equilibrium
liquid-liquid equilibrium
group contribution method
1-a108
Environmental engineering
(13:00–14:24) (Chair: Yoshio Iwai, Kenji Sugimoto)
13:0013:12N12High efficiency of laccase-immobilized membrane prepared by radiation-induced graft polymerization method
(NIT Ariake) *Ryuno Nonoka, Kitada Soma, Okobira Tadashi
graft polymarization
laccase
hollow fiber
13-a109
13:1213:24N13Improvement of laccase-immobilization method and evaluation of its effects
(NIT Ariake) *Nagatani Ayasa, Ryuno Nonoka, Kitada Soma, (NIT Ariaike) Okobira Tadashi
laccase
graft polymerization
hollow fiber
13-a114
13:2413:36N14Study on radical reaction under sunlight About photochemical smog(ozone) generation
(H. Kozu) *Hayashi R., *Sako T., *Tsunoda H., Takeda M., Yazaki A.
ozone
Radical chain reaction
chlorine
13-f3
13:3613:48N15Development of absorbent using from biomass in Vietnam for equipment of circulating water treatment.
(NIT UBE school) *osaki yuma, kurasige kyouka, nakano yoichi
Activated carbon
Circulating water purification system
13-a140
13:4814:00N16Adsorption properties of ozone-oxidezed activated carbon from advanced water purification plant
(U. Miyazaki) *Yoshikawa Masaki, Matsune Hideki, Shiomori Koichiro
activated carbon
ozone oxidation
adosorption
13-a157
14:0014:12N17Study of Adsorption Nitrate and Phosphate by Using Spent Coffee Grounds with Saponification Calcium Hydroxide
(PUH) *fumairo aisha, harada hiroyuki
biomass waste
adsorption
phosphate and nitrate
13-b93
14:1214:24N18To influence of seagrass on offshore nutrient concentration
(Nat. Inst. Tech. or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITechUC) *Kimura Taiki, Sugimoto Kenji
seagrass
nutrient
13-i118
Environmental engineering
(14:35–15:59) (Chair: Hiroyuki Harada, Tadashi Okobira)
14:3514:47N19Functionalization of gypsum by introducing waste eggshell
(Nat. Inst. Tech. or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITech,Yonago) *Ida Ayane, Tayama Ryota, Tanifuji Naoki
gypsum
eggshell
food waste
13-e117
14:4714:59N20Research on energy recovery using hydrogen sulfide generated from food waste
(NIT Ube school) *Sueda Kai, Sakita Natsuna, Okamura Hideki, Nakano Yoichi
energy recovery
hydrogen sulfide
waste
13-e149
14:5915:11N21Study of phosphorus recovery efficiency from livestock wastewater by MAP supported bamboo charcoal
(NIT Ariake) *mine kaisei, liu dan
crystallization
recycle of phosphorus
MAP supported Bamboo Charcoal
13-b69
15:1115:23N22Estimate of carbon uptake of seaweed in artificial seaweed bed and seaweed origin carbon content in sediment
(Nat. Inst. Tech. or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITechUC) *Takashima Hikaru, Yamada Mei, Sugimoto Kenji
Blue Carbon
Artificial seaweed bed
13-g34
15:2315:35N23Reuse of carbon dioxide with sodium cabonate
(Okayama prefectual Tamashima H.S.) *Nakae Momoyo, *Aoki Aoi, *Takeuchi Momoko, *Nakamichi Asuka
carbon dioxide
sodium carbonate
reuse
13-g53
15:3515:47N24Evaluation of oxygen supply peformance in water using circulating aeration device
(NIT UBE school) *hamamoto syouki, ii rauchi, nakano yoichi
circulating aeration device
Oxygen supply
13-a144
15:4715:59N25Effects of artificial seaweed bed using steel-making slag created on fish gathering in Hiroshima Bay
(Nat. Inst. Tech. or Nippon Inst. Tech. or NITechUC) *Yamada Ayumi, Fujimura Kanako, Sugimoto Kenji
artificial seaweed bed
fish gathering
environmental DNA
13-i37

Hall O
TimePaper
ID
Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
number
Materials engineering & interfacial phenomena
(10:40–11:52) (Chair: Yukitaka Kimura, Toshiyuki Nomura)
10:4010:52O06Reduction property of metal complex on liposome membranes
(Okayama U.) *Fujioka Ryo, Shimanouchi Toshinori, Kimura Yukitaka
metal complex
liposome
nano particle
12-k147
10:5211:04O07Delivery of carrier nanoparticles into plant cells
(Osaka Pref. U.) *Sato Misaki, Konishi Yasuhiro, Nomura Toshiyuki
DDS
PLGA
Plant cell
12-m99
11:0411:16O08Effect of dispersion environment on nanoparticle uptake into lung epithelial cells
(Osaka Pref. U.) *Inoue Mayu, Konishi Yasuhiro, Nomura Toshiyuki
DDS
PLGA
Lung epithelial cell
12-m100
11:1611:28O09A basic study on effective utilization of cyclodextrin MOF
(NIT Ariake) *Hayashi Erika, Okobira Tadashi
Metal-Organic Frameworks
Cyclodextrin
CD-MOF
12-i115
11:2811:40O10Structural analysis of platonic micelles by using experiment and computational chemistry
(NIT Ariake) *Takeuchi ryo, Okobira Tadashi
molecular dynamics simulation
SAXS
platonic micelles
12-i107
11:4011:52O11Investigation of potential to drug carrier of metal-organic frameworks
(Osaka Pref. U.) *Imaeda Yuki, Ohsaki Shuji, Nakamura Hideya, Watano Satoru
Metal-organic framework
Drug delivery system
Small molecule drug
12-c138
Supercritical fluid, Electronics, Materials engineering & interfacial phenomena
(13:00–14:24) (Chair: Hirohisa Uchida, Toshinori Shimanouchi)
13:0013:12O12Clickable surfaces on polypropylene prepared by polymer coating
(Kobe U.) *Matsushita Y., Kusamoto Y., Miyahara K., Maruyama T.
Surface functionalization
Polypropylene
Click chemistry
12-j125
13:1213:24O13Fundamental study for properties of anodized Titanium
(Hiroshima U. Highschool) *Izumikawa Hideyuki, Sogo Yuki, Chojin Takuma, *Hata Shuji, Kutsunugi Yuki
Anodized metal
Titanium
Instrumental Analysis
11-a122
13:2413:36O14Simulation of all solid state battery with effect of volume expansion
(Kyushu U.) *Nunoshita K, Hirate R, Kimura N, Inoue G, Tsuge Y
全固体電池
数値計算
応力解析
11-a154
13:3613:48O15The quest for the change in color in synthesizing polypyrrole
(Nara H.S.) *Kanda Shunsuke, *Shimizu Shoma, *Takagaki Aoi, *Takemoto Miu, *Tanaka Arisu, *Yoshida Wataru, Furutani Masahiro
polypyrrole
redox
battery
11-a143
13:4814:00O16Diffusion coefficients of anthraquinone derivatives in poly(methyl methacrylate) under supercritical carbon dioxide
(Kyushu U.) *Ueda Kouya, Nishiyama Kai, Iwai Yoshio
Free-volume theory
UV-Vis spectrometer
Supercritical impregnation
1-a106
14:0014:12O17Effects of Conditions of Dissolving Solutes on Production of Phenacetin Microparticles by Rapid Expansion of Supercritical Solutions
(Kanazawa U.) *Ishikawa K., Oshima T., Uchida H.
RESS
Micronization
Phenacetin
8-e146
14:1214:24O18Measurement of Solubility of Rubrene in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide by the Determination of Saturation States Using UV-visible Spectroscopy
(Kanazawa U.) *Maeda N., Shiba Y., Uchida H.
Solubility
Rubrene
Supercritical carbon dioxide
8-b151

Hall P
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number
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22nd SCEJ Students Meeting in Okayama (2020)

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