3rd International Symposium on Ceramics Nanotune Technology

Program at a glance

3 March
  Code Speaker Affiliation Paper title
9:00
9:15
Opening (Summary of ITP)
Control of Microtexture
Chair: Y. Iwamoto (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
9:15
9:45
K-1 David S. Smith Centre Européen de la Céramique Heat transfer in porous ceramic materials
9:45
10:15
K-2 Julian R. Jones Imperial College London Inorganic / organic hybrids for bone regeneration
10:15
10:45
I-1 Tobias Fey "Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg" Cellular ceramics – processing, characterization and simulation
Coffee Break
Student Communications
Chair: I. Kagomiya (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
11:00
11:10
S-1 Minato Kato Nagoya Institute of Technology Influence of the binder and solvent type of ITO green tapes
11:10
11:20
S-2 Teppei Yamazaki Nagoya Institute of Technology Effect of pores for piezoelectric materials
11:20
11:30
S-3 Shunsuke Fujii Nagoya Institute of Technology Synthesis and characterization of Mg-doped ZnO nanoparticles
11:30
11:40
S-4 Masaki Tsutani Nagoya Institute of Technology Synthesis of Na-geopolymers using artificial seawater
Student Communications
Chair: T. Yokota (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
11:40
11:50
S-5 Sungho Lee Nagoya Institute of Technology Characterization of calcium/strontium-containing sol-gel-derived 58S glasses
11:50
12:00
S-6 Masato Shimoda Nagoya Institute of Technology "Glass-ceramics based on the composition Bi0.5Nb0.5Te3O8 : synthesis and characterizations"
12:00
12:10
S-7 Yuta Noda Nagoya Institute of Technology Characterization of SrAl2O4:Eu2+ phosphor synthesized by using solid state and co-precipitation methods
12:10
12:20
S-8 Takenori Sawamura "R & D Center, NGK Spark Plug Co., Ltd. Nagoya Institute of Technology" Setting behavior and formability of calcium phosphate cements prepared using modified dicalcium phosphate anhydrous powders
12:20
12:30
S-9 Mohd Nazri Bin Mohd Sokri "Nagoya Institute of Technology Universiti Teknologi Malaysia" Polymer-derived microporous amorphous silica
Lunch & Student Poster Presentation
Smart Processing and Materials
Chair: T. Hayakawa (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
14:00
14:30
K-3 Wolfgang Peukert "Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg" Process engineering of quantum dot systems
14:30
15:00
I-2 Martyn A. McLachlan Imperial College London Optical spacers, interlayers and electrodes for organic electronics
15:00
15:30
K-4 Philippe Thomas Centre Européen de la Céramique Crystal chemistry of complex materials: apatite-type lanthanum silicates for SOFC applications and tellurium oxide based glasses for non-linear optics
Coffee Break
Advanced Energy and Optical Materials
Chair: A. Obata (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
15:45
16:15
I-3 Samuel Bernard Institut Européen des Membranes "Advanced Polymer-Derived Ceramics for catalysis, environment and energy technology"
16:15
16:45
I-4 Delia S. Brauer Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena Fluoride-containing glass-ceramics for optical applications
 
17:30
19:30
Banquet

Program at a glance

4 March
  Code Speaker Affiliation Paper title
Design for Membrane and Porous Materials
Chair: Y. Iwamoto (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
9:30
10:00
K-5 Paolo Colombo "University of Padova The Pennsylvania State University" "Porous ceramics and advanced ceramic components from preceramic polymers"
10:00
10:30
K-6 Ahmad Fauzi Ismail Universiti Teknologi Malaysia "Emerging engineered nanomaterials For membrane-based separation: The way forward "
Coffee Break
Solid State Ionics
Chair: M. Nakayama (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
10:45
11:15
I-5 Michael J.D. Rushton Imperial College London Breeding super ionic conductivity into lithium lanthanum titanate oxides using genetic agorithms and molecular dynamics
11:15
11:45
I-6 Samuel T. Murphy Imperial College London Point defects and non-stoichiometry in Li2TiO3
Lunch & Student Pre-Poster Presentation
Oral Presentations
Chair: H. Maeda (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
13:00
13:20
O-1 Zineb Mouline "Universite Montpellier 2 Nagoya Institute of Technology " Design of block copolymer self-assemblies - Toward novel membrane architectures and properties
13:20
13:40
O-2 Anthony L. B. Maçon Imperial College London Design of bespoke synthetic polymers for tailorable silica hybrid properties towards an ideal bone implant
13:40
14:00
O-3 Jin Nakamura Nagoya Institute of Technology Enhancement of crystalline plane orientation in silsesquioxane-containing vaterite particles towards tuning of calcium ion release
Coffee Break
Student Communications
Chair: T. Asaka (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
14:15
14:25
S-10 Randy Jalem Nagoya Institute of Technology Ab initio molecular dynamics study of garnet-type cubic Li7-xLa3Zr2-xTaxO12 solid electrolytes
14:25
14:35
S-11 Hiromasa Shiiba Nagoya Institute of Technology Investigation of oxygen/vacancy arrangement in double perovskite GdBaCo2O5+δ using Ab initio DFT calculations with Monte Carlo simulations
14:35
14:45
S-12 Alexander Martin Nagoya Institute of Technology Mechanical properties of lead – free alkali niobate ceramics
14:45
14:55
S-13 Shinji Hara Nagoya Institute of Technology Preparation of highly c-axis-oriented apatite-type lanthanum silicate polycrystals by combined use of reactive diffusion and tape casting
14:55
15:05
S-14 Sadayuki Arimori Nagoya Institute of Technology Trifluoromethylation of aryl boronic acids using SHIBATA-reagent
Student Communications
Chair: K. Kakimoto (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
15:05
15:15
S-15 Kazunobu Fukushi Nagoya Institute of Technology Decarboxylative allylation reaction of α-trifluoromethylsulfones
15:15
15:25
S-16 Xin Wang Nagoya Institute of Technology New and highly efficient difluoromethylation reagents for sp3-C nucleophilies
15:25
15:35
S-17 Subash Sharma Nagoya Institute of Technology "A study of high quality graphene synthesis on Cu foil using waste plastic as carbon source"
15:35
15:45
S-18 Ryosuke Kaneko Nagoya Institute of Technology Elaboration by tape casting and electrical characterization of lanthanum silicate oxyapatite for application as electrolyte material in IT-SOFC
15:45
15:55
S-19 Yoshihito Shimono Nagoya Institute of Technology Elaboration and electrical characterization of apatite-type compound La9.33+xSi6O26+1.5x for application as electrolyte material in IT-SOFC
Student Poster Presentation
Closing

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