2nd International Symposium on Ceramics Nanotune Technology

Program at a glance

7 March
  Code Speaker Affiliation Paper title
9:30
9:35
Opening
Smart Chemical Processing
Chair: T. Hayakawa (Nagoya Institute of Technology) & J.-R. Duclère (Université de Limoges)
9:35
10:10
I-1 M. A. McLachlan Imperial College London Progress Towards the Integration of Metal Oxides into
Organic Electronics
10:10
10:45
I-2 J.-R. Duclère Université de Limoges Detection of the First Steps of Crystallization of ZrO2:Eu3+
Xerogels by Combining Various in situ Techniques
Break
Student Communications
Chair: K. Kakimoto (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
11:00
11:10
S-1 J. Nakamura Nagoya Institute of Technology Effect of Carbonate Addition on the Dissolution Behavior of
Calcium-salt Poly(γ-glutamic acid) / Silica Hybrid Hydrogel
11:10
11:20
S-2 H. Wakita Nagoya Institute of Technology Cell Responses after Cryopreservation on Fibermats
Consisting of Polymer based Composite Materials
11:20
11:30
S-3 S. Yamada Nagoya Institute of Technology Evaluation of Bonding Strengths between Poly(L-lactic
acid)/vaterite Composite Membranes and Metallic
Magnesium
11:30
11:40
S-4 H. Morikawa Nagoya Institute of Technology Magnesium-substituted Phosphate Invert Glasses and
Metaphosphate Glasses
11:40
11:50
S-5 M. Ohara Nagoya Institute of Technology Direct Enantioselective Three-Component Synthesis of α-
Aminophosphonates Using Chiral Bis(imidazoline)-Zn(II)
Catalyst
11:50
12:00
S-6 T. Nishimine Nagoya Institute of Technology Organocatalyzed Asymmetric Allylic Trifluoromethylation
Using Ruppert's Reagent
12:00
12:10
S-7 R. Ikeshita Nagoya Institute of Technology Synthesis and Characterization of Eu3+ Doped ZrO2
Nanophosphor by Sol-Gel Method
12:10
12:20
S-8 K. Ichikawa Nagoya Institute of Technology The Relationship between Seebeck Coefficient and
Conductivity of A-site doped BiFeO3 Bulk Ceramic
12:20
12:30
S-9 K. Ohtsu Nagoya Institute of Technology Thermal Conductivity Measurement of Silica Aerogel
Lunch & Student Poster Presentation
Materials for Biomedical Applications
Chair: A. Obata (Nagoya Institute of Technology) & D. Brauer (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)
14:00
14:35
I-3 I. Radecka University of Wolverhampton Antimicrobial Activity of Silver-loaded Zeolite X
14:35
15:10
I-4 D. Brauer Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena Designing New Bioactive Glasses: Understanding the
Structure-Property Relationship
15:10
15:30
O-1 H. Maeda Nagoya Institute of Technology Surface Modification of Titanium Metals using
Electrophoretic Deposition
Break
Design for Composites and Porous Materials
Chair: S. Honda (Nagoya Institute of Technology) & R. M. Prasad (Technische Universität Darmstadt)
15:45
16:20
I-5 M. Bechelany Université de Limoges From Transition Metal-Containing Preceramic Polymers to
Multifunctional Ceramic Nanocomposites
16:20
16:55
I-6 T. Fey Friedrich-Alexander-Universität
Erlangen-Nürnberg
Microstructure Evaluation and Simulation of Cellular
Ceramics
16:55
17:30
I-7 R. M. Prasad Technische Universität Darmstadt Polymer-Derived Silicon-Based Porous Ceramics for
Energy and Environmental Applications
 
18:00
20:00
Banquet

Program at a glance

8 March
  Code Speaker Affiliation Paper title
Materials for Energy Applications
Chair: M. Nakayama (Nagoya Institute of Technology) & B. Han (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)
9:30
10:05
I-8 Y. Guo Shanghai Jiaotong University How Oxygen Vacancies and Polarization Affect the Diode
and Photovoltaic Effect in BiFeO3 based Thin Film
Capacitors
10:05
10:40
I-9 B. Han Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of
Science and Technology
Ab-initio Prediction and Experimental Validation of High
Functional Oxide Supports for Nano-scale Pt Catalysts, and
Li-battery Cathodes of High Capacities
Break
Student Communications
Chair: Y. Iwamoto (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
10:55
11:05
S-10 Y. Ishihara Nagoya Institute of Technology Study of BaTiO3 Thin Films Synthesized by Using Pulsed
Laser Deposition Method
11:05
11:15
S-11 H. Mizuno Nagoya Institute of Technology Electrophoretic Deposition of Co-doped SiO2 and
PEEK(Polyetheretherketone) Composite
11:15
11:25
S-12 A. Kawai Nagoya Institute of Technology Synthesis of BaTiO3 Thin Film via Liquid Phase Process
11:25
11:35
S-13 K. Shirota Nagoya Institute of Technology Synthesis and Characterization of Mg doped ZnO
Nanoparticles
11:35
11:45
S-14 A. Fujiwara Nagoya Institute of Technology Analysis of PL Properties of Polymer-derived SiCN and Eudoped
SiCN Materials
11:45
11:55
S-15 J. Li Nagoya Institute of Technology Fabrication of Nanostructured Silicon Carbide From Rice
Husks
11:55
12:05
S-16 A. Kawamura Nagoya Institute of Technology Effects of Water Adsorption on Dispersibility of Fumed
Silica in Mixed Organic Solvents of Ethanol and Hexane
12:05
12:15
S-17 R. Jalem Nagoya Institute of Technology Li Ion Transport Study in Garnet-Type Li7La3Zr2O12
12:15
12:25
S-18 N. Kato Nagoya Institute of Technology Preparation of Ferroelectric (Na0.5K0.5) (Nb0.995Mn0.005) O3
Translucent Ceramic Tape via Tape Casting Process
12:25
12:35
S-19 K. Kato Nagoya Institute of Technology Preparation and Characterization of Porous Piezoelectric
Ceramics
Lunch & ICRE Student Poster Presentation
Control of Defects and Microstructure
Chair: H. Maeda (Nagoya Institute of Technology) & B. Nait-Ali (Université de Limoges)
14:00
14:35
I-10 B. Nait-Ali Université de Limoges Effect of Humidity on the Thermal Conductivity of Porous
Zirconia Ceramics
14:35
15:10
I-11 L. Vandeperre Imperial College London The Influence of Microstructure and Grain Boundary
Chemistry on Slow Crack Growth in Silicon Carbide
15:10
15:30
O-2 S. Honda Nagoya Institute of Technology Effect of Microstructure on Properties of Porous Alumina for
Support Substrates of Permselective Ceramic Membranes
Break
Properties and Processing of Functional Materials
Chair: T. Yokota (Nagoya Institute of Technology) & M. A. McLachlan (Imperial College London)
15:45
16:20
I-12 M. Distaso Friedrich-Alexander-Universität
Erlangen-Nürnberg
Optimization of Absorbance vs Scattering: Synthesis and
Size Control of ZnO Mesocrystals
16:20
16:55
I-13 D. Segets Friedrich-Alexander-Universität
Erlangen-Nürnberg
Important Aspects during the Processing of Quantum
Confined Direct Bandgap Semiconductor Nanoparticles
(Quantum Dots)
Closing

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