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Analytical Electron Microscopy 2017(1/2)

Organizer The Japanese Society of Microscopy Place International Conference Room
Date Sept. 5 (Tue.)10:00-16:45 Language Japanese
This conference provides opportunities to have lectures about the fundamentals of analytical electron microscopy (AEM), as well as discussions about the cut-edging studies about AEM. The tutorial session includes lectures about EDS, EELS, and signal mining methods for electron microscopy studies. In the technical sessions, scientists will deliver lectures about their achievements related with "Analysis of Irradiation-Sensitive Materials" and "Electron beam vs X-ray ? Which is useful ?". We welcome contributed papers for the afternoon session in Sep. 6th.
Admission JPY6,000 for members of JSM and related societies (see web site), JPY7,000 for others, Free for students Pre-registration Needed (see web site)
Contact Mitsutaka Haruta
TEL +81-774-38-3057 E-mail bunseki33@eels,kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp
URL https://eels.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp/bunseki2017/
Programs
10:00-10:40 Energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy (EDXS) for analytical electron microscope Eiji Okunishi (JEOL)
10:40-11:20 Basics and interpretation of EELS Teruyasu Mizoguchi (University of Tokyo)
11:20-12:00 Tutorial for signal mining methods by statistical processing Shunsuke Muto (Nagoya University)
12:00-13:30 Lunch Break
13:30-14:10 TEM studies on the electron-irradiation effects
-from phase transitions induced by atom displacement (HVEM) to solid-state reactions induced by core-electron excitation (10kVEM)-
Hirotaro Mori (Osaka University)
14:10-14:40 TEM investigation of fuel cell nanomaterials Takeo Kamino (University of Yamanashi)
14:40-15:10 High resolution electron microscopy and electron irradiation damage of ordered porous materials Yasuhiro Sakamoto (Tohoku University)
15:10-15:20 Break
15:20-15:50 Environmental TEM observation of nanoparticulate catalysts Hideto Yoshida (Osaka University)
15:50-15:20 Observation of effect of electron irradiation on insulator by electron holography Zentaro Akase (Tohoku University)
16:20-16:45 Discussion

Discussion for the future research direction of the instrumentations and applications of the plasma spectrochemistry

Organizer Discussion Group for Plasma Spectrochemistry Japan Place Conference Room 201
Date Sept. 5 (Tue.)10:00-16:50 Language Japanese
Plasma spectrochemistry has been widely used for chemical and isotopic analysis for sample of various research fields. Stimulated by the ceaseless growth in popularity of plasma sources for atomization and excitation in atomic spectroscopy and ionization in mass spectrometry, and urgent need to discuss recent developments of plasma in spectrochemical analysis, this discussion meeting is organized. Current status and future direction of the instrumentation and applications on the plasma spectrochemistry will be highlighted and discussed at this workshop.
Admission Member JPY1,000, non-member JPY3,000, student member JPY1,000, student non-menber JPY2,000 Pre-registration Required (office@plasma-dg.jp)
Contact Ozeki
TEL +81-45-924-5688 E-mail office@plasma-dg.jp
URL http://plasma-dg.jp/
Programs
10:00-10:45 Introductory Remarks, Discussion for future research direction of plasma spectrochemistry : New Era in the isotope geoscience using laser ablation-ICP mass spectrometry Takafumi Hirata (School of Science, The University of Tokyo)
10:45-11:30 Development of biomedical applications of ICP-MS for these ten several years Atsuko Shinohara (Seisen University Research Institute for Cultural Studies, Juntendo University Faculty of Medicine)
11:30-12:15 Plasma Spectroscopy for Environmental Monitoring Eiji Fujimori (National Environmental Research and Training Institute)
12:15-13:15 Lunch
13:15-14:00 Production of certified reference materials contributing to international comparability -History in the making for 10 years- Naoko Nonose (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
14:00-14:45 Individual Strategy for Metallomics - After Ten Years Since the First International Symposium on Metallomics - Tomonari UMEMURA (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences)
14:45-15:00 Coffee break
15:00-15:45 Device development utilizing each plasma characteristics Akitoshi Okino (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
15:45-16:50 For the future of plasma spectrochemistry Naoki Furuta (Chuo University)
16:50-17:00 Closing Remarks

JAIMA Seminar 2 "Instrumental Analysis -Are you confident of your analytical results? -"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 303
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)09:50-17:20 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
9:50-10:00 Opening Address Hideyuki TANAKA (NMIJ, AIST)
10:00-11:30 Beginner’s Guide on Evaluating Measurement Uncertainty Takehiro NAKAMURA (JEMIC)
11:30-12:00 Practical Use of Measurement Uncertainty in Laboratory Accreditation Hiroaki OHTAKA (NITE)
12:00-13:50 Break
13:50-15:00 Guidance on Evaluating Uncertainty Based on Model Equation Hideyuki TANAKA (NMIJ, AIST)
15:00-15:30 Monte Carlo method for Uncertainty Evaluation Isao KOJIMA (JSAC)
15:30-15:40 Break
15:40-16:10 Guides and Standards Regarding Measurement Uncertainty Kensei EHARA (NMIJ, AIST)
16:10-16:40 Calibration and Uncertainty Evaluation of Piston Pipette Akitoshi TAKAO (JQA)
16:40-17:10 Case Studies on Uncertainty Evaluation in Chemical Analysis -Essentials and Techniques- Masaru YAMAZAWA (CERI)
17:10-17:20 Closing Address Kensei EHARA (NMIJ, AIST)

JAIMA Seminar 1 "Fundamental lectures on basic techniques in analytical experiments"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)10:00-12:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
10:00-11:00 How to handle balances and pipettes properly Fumihide Miyashita (Shimadzu Corp., Analytical & Measuring Instruments Division)
11:00-12:00 How to prepare solutions properly? Nobuo Uehara (Graduate school of Utsunomiya University)

Analytical Electron Microscopy 2017(2/2)

Organizer The Japanese Society of Microscopy Place International Conference Room
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)10:00-16:50 Language Japanese
This conference provides opportunities to have lectures about the fundamentals of analytical electron microscopy (AEM), as well as discussions about the cut-edging studies about AEM. The tutorial session includes lectures about EDS, EELS, and signal mining methods for electron microscopy studies. In the technical sessions, scientists will deliver lectures about their achievements related with "Analysis of Irradiation-Sensitive Materials" and "Electron beam vs X-ray ? Which is useful ?". We welcome contributed papers for the afternoon session in Sep. 6th.
Admission JPY6,000 for members of JSM and related societies (see web site), JPY7,000 for others, Free for students Pre-registration Needed (see web site)
Contact Mitsutaka Haruta
TEL +81-774-38-3057 E-mail bunseki33@eels,kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp
URL https://eels.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp/bunseki2017/
Programs
10:00-10:30 Local structure and electrostatic potential analysis using convergent-beam electron diffraction Kenji Tsuda (Tohoku University)
10:30-11:00 Development in Static and Time-resolved Materials Structure Physics of Ferroelectrics by Synchrotron Radiation X-ray Diffraction Yoshihiro Kuroiwa (Hiroshima University)
11:00-11:30 Characterization of material's functions using electron microscopes Masami Terauchi (Tohoku University)
11:30-12:00 Unveiling electronic states of functional materials by brilliant X-ray synchrotron radiation Akio Kimura (Hiroshima University)
12:00-14:00 Lunch Break (JASIS2017)
14:00 Public talk (15min) 10 talks

JSCA Seminar of International Standardization of Surface Chemical Analysis 2017
- Trend of International Standardization on Surface Analysis and Microbeam Analysis -

Organizer Japan National Committee for Standardization of Surface Chemical Analysis (JSCA) (Co-orgnizer: National Institute for Materials Science((NIMS)) Place Conference Room 104
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)10:00-16:55 Language Japanese
The seminar reports on the present situation of global standardization of ISO/TC201 (surface chemical analyses such as XPS, SIMS, SAM, SPM and so on) and ISO/TC202 (microbeam analyses such as TEM, SEM, EPMA and so on). Both technical area of advanced analysis are indispensable for the development of cutting-edge materials and innovative technologies.
Admission Free Pre-registration Not Required
Contact Keiko ONISHI
TEL +81-29-859-2740 E-mail jsca@jsca-jisc.org
URL
Programs
10:00-10:05 Opening remark Daisuke Fujita (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS))
10:05-10:20 International Standardization Strategy in JAPAN ((METI))
10:20-10:40 Present and Future of International Standardization for Surface Chemical Analysis (ISO/TC201) Hidehiko Nonaka (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science(AIST))
10:40-11:00 Standardization of Surface Characterizarion of Biomaterials Koji Ikegami (Hamamatsu Univesrsity School of Medicine)
11:00-11:20 Standardization of Terminology, General Procedures and Data Treatment for Surface Chemical Analysis"Learn the common guides for working on the surface chemical analysis" katsuaki Yanagiuchi (TDK Corporation)
11:20-11:40 Standardization of Electron Spectroscopy (XPS, AES) Hideki Yoshikawa (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS))
11:40-12:00 Standardization of Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) -Procedure for data treatment-
Akio Takano (TOYAMA CO, LTD.)
12:00-14:00 Break
14:00-14:20 Standardization of Glow Discharge Spectroscopy -Challenge to ultratrace elemental analysis- Kazuaki Wagatsuma (IMR. Tohoku University)
14:20-14:40 Standardization of nano-probe method for nano-material characterization Hiroshi Itoh (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science(AIST))
14:40-15:00 Standardization of X-ray Reflectometry (XRR) and X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Analysis Yasushi Azuma (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science(AIST))
15:00-15:20 Break
15:20-15:40 International Standardization of Microbeam Analysis - The history of Standard development and the future- Kenichi Obori(Horiba, Ltd.)
15:40-15:50 Standardization of Microbeam Anallysis Vocaburary - Use of EPMA, AEM and SEM glossary - Kenichi Obori(Horiba, Ltd.)
15:50-16:10 Standardization of EPMA - International Standards of Easy Elemental Microanalysis Technique - Miki Kutami (Sumika Chemical Analysis Service, Ltd.)
16:10-16:30 International Standardization of AEM - Analysis of preferred orientation and multilayer interface- Kazuhito Kamei (Nippon Steel & Sumikin Technology)
16:30-16:50 Standardization of SEM - Progress of evaluation method of the SEM image sharpness - Miyuki Matsuya (JEOL Ltd.)
16:50-16:55 Closing remark Kenichi Obori(Horiba, Ltd.)

NIR spectroscopy, the 53rd Summer Seminar of the Spectroscopical Society of Japan

Organizer The Spectroscopical Society of Japan Place Conference Room 101
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)10:00-17:00 Language Japanese
This seminar concerning to Near-Infrared Spectroscopy is held by one of the 53rd Summer Seminar of the Spectroscopical Society of Japan.
Admission MemberJPY12,000, Non-Member JPY16,000, Student-Member JPY6,000, Student-NonMember JPY9,000. The fee includes a textbook "NIR Spectroscopy (in Japanese, ISBN:978-4-06-156902-7)". The JPY4,500 of fee discount will be applied for participants who already have this textbook. Multiple days reduced fare is available. Pre-registration Required URL
Contact The Spectroscopical Society of Japan, Daimaru Annex 201, 1-11-6 Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0047, Japan
TEL +81-3-3291-5221 E-mail office@bunkou.or.jp
URL http://www.bunkou.or.jp/english/index.html
Programs
10:00-10:05 Introductory Remarks Norihisa Katayama (Graduate School of Natural Sciences, Nagoya City University)
10:05-11:15 Instruments and Measurements for NIR Spectroscopy Akifumi Ikehata (National Agriculture and Food Research Organization)
11:15-12:25 Applications of NIR Spectroscopy Masao Takayanagi (United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
12:25-14:35 Lunch break and visit to JASIS2017
14:35-15:45 Fundamentals and Analyses of NIR Spectra Shigeaki Morita (Department of Engineering Science, Osaka Electro-Communication University)
15:45-16:55 NIR Imaging System Daitaro Ishikawa (Graduate School of Agriculture, Tohoku University)
16:55-17:00 Closing Remarks Norihisa Katayama (Graduate School of Natural Sciences, Nagoya City University)

Laser Ablation Workshop 2017 -Catch the next evolution on LA-ICPMS and LIBS

Organizer Discussion Group for Laser Ablation Spectrochemistry Place Conference Room 103
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)10:00-17:40 Language Japanese
Admission Free (JPY3,000 for social mixer) Pre-registration Required (please contact below)
Contact Wakiko Yamaoka (TDK Corporation)
TEL E-mail wyamaoka@jp.tdk.com
URL
Programs
10:00-10:05 Opening remarks Takafumi Hirata (The University of Tokyo)
10:05-10:40 [Topics] Research direction on LA-ICPMS, read from the activities at ETH Zurich Masaki Ohata (NMIJ/AIST)
10:40-11:30 [Special lecture 1] Application of elemental imaging analysis for medical field - as a powerful tool of medical metallomics- Takehisa Matsukawa (Juntendo Univ.)
11:30-13:30 Lunch and JASIS Exhibition
13:30-14:50 [Special lecture 2] Recent Developments in the LA-ICPMS and LIBS Techniques for Quantitative Elemental Analysis Takafumi Hirata (The University of Tokyo)
14:50-15:10 [Topics] Collaborative study on quantitative trace element analysis by LA-ICPMS and LIBS Masaki Ohata (NMIJ/AIST)
15:10-15:20 Break
15:20~15:50 [Technical presentation 1]
Developments from ESI in the field of laser ablation solid sampling
Ciaran O’Connor (Electro Scientific Industries, Inc.)
15:50~16:20 [Technical presentation 2]
New Elemental Imaging Developments
Chris Lay (Teledyne CETAC Technologies )
16:20~16:50 [Technical presentation 3]
Development of Femtosecond Laser Ablation System for Elemental Analysis
Hitoshi Sekita (Cyber Laser inc.)
16:50~17:20 [Technical presentation 4]
Advancing Laser Ablation Solid Sampling with Tandem LA LIBS Technology
Jong H. Yoo (Applied Spectra Inc.)
17:20-17:40 Overall discussions and closing remarks Takafumi Hirata (Tokyo Univ.)

Life Science Innovation Forum 1 "Profiling of Fear"

Organizer Metabolic Profiling Forum Place Conference Room 304
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)10:00-17:45 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
10:00-10:05 Opening Remarks
10:05-10:25 Metabolic (Smattering) Profiling Dr. Tadashi Nemoto (AIST)
10:25-11:05 Escaping from Fearful Eating Habits Mr. Masataka Kawarasaki (Maruha Nichiro Corp.)
11:05-11:30 [JAIMA Intl]How to Proceed Accurate qNMR Dr. Toshiyo Kato (JEOL RESONANCE Inc.)
11:30-12:10 [JAIMA Intl] A Challenge is "Scary" in Identifying Cancer Therapeutic Targets and Biomarkers - A Frontier of MS-based Clinical Cancer Translational Medicine Prof. Dr. Toshihide Nishimura (St. Mariannna Univ. / School of Medhicine)
12:10-14:00 Technical Seminars (with lunchbox) Lunch Break
14:00-14:40 Fear Odors: From Animal Repellents to Medical applications Dr. Kou Kobayakawa (Kansai Medical Univ.)
14:40-15:20 What happens chemically after Human Death? Dr. Kyoko Maehashi (The Jikei Univ.)
15:20-15:40 Coffee Break
15:40-16:30 The dark side of non-target metabolomics Prof. Dr. Yasumune Nakayama (Sojo Univ.)
16:20 -17:00 Misunderstood Biotech. Dr. Yoshiko Sassa (Life & Bio Plaza21)

Development of User-Friendly Measurement Methods

Organizer Organization for Research and Communication on Environmental Risk of Chemicals Place Conference Room 201A
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)10:45-16:00 Language Japanese
Various measurement methods for environmental pollutants have developed considering usability and environmental burden. These are automation of pre-treatment, simplifying methods, improvement of a software, extensive application information and so on. In the seminar, we will overview these trends and introduce some cases.
Admission Free Pre-registration Unnecessary
Contact Shin-ya Urano (Institute of Environment and Resource Systems)
TEL +81-45-302-6565 E-mail bunseki17@iers.co.jp
URL http://www.ecochemi.jp/index.html
Programs
10:45-11:30 Development of Environmental Measurement Method Pointing Toward Green Chemistry Tetsuya Nakazato (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
11:30-12:00 Diversification of Customer Needs and Request for Analytical Instruments from Environmental Laboratory Yoshinori Iwai (OSUMI Co., Ltd.)
12:00-14:00 Break
14:00-14:30 Analytical Method Reducing User Burden Norio Hayashi (MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL ANALYTEC Co., LTD.)
14:30-15:00 Development of Simplified Measurement Method for Water Quality Aspiring for Usability Takashi Nagai (KYORITSU CHEMICAL-CHECK Lab. Co.)
15:00-15:30 Introduciton of DO Measurement Method and Rapid Response Do Meter Ichiko Iwata (Central Kagaku Co.)
15:30-16:00 Application of Detector Tubes for Risk Assessment in Working Environment Ai Nakamura (GASTEC Co.)

Measurement and Visualization of Paticles in the Air.

Organizer Japan Society of Indoor Environment Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)13:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission JPY5,000 (member), JPY8,000 (non-member) ,Text included , Pay on the day Pre-registration Required: e-mail(info@siej.org)or Fax (81-3-5625-4299)
Contact Misao Shikama
TEL +81-3-5600-4871 E-mail E-mail:info@siej.org
URL http://www.siej.org/
Programs
13:00-13:10 Outline explanation Makoto Yamaguchi (Chairman, Business Committee of SIEJ)
13:10-13:55 Indoor aerosol, inhalation exposure to aerosol, and toxicokinetics of fine particles

Naohide Shinohara (Senior researcher, The Research Institute of Science for Safety and Sustainability (RISS), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
13:55-14:20 Measurement of light scattering effet and its case study Yasunori Suzuki (Manager, Rion Co., Ltd.)
14:20-14:45 Sub-micron particle measuring technologies & recent our R&D actions Nobuhiko Fukushima (Vice Chairmen & General Manager of Technology, phD, Kanomax Japan INC.)
14:45-15:00 Break time
15:00-15:25 Application of visualization technique Ryuta Okamoto (Director, Visual Solution Division, Shin Nippon Air Technologies Co., Ltd.)
15:25-15:50 Application of sumulation technique Kaoru Ikejima (Presidennt, phD, Advanced Knowledge Laboratory, Inc.)
15:50-16:15 Planning and design of architectural equipment using CFD analysis with measurement of particles Ken Fukada (Chief Researcher, CFD Group, Research & Development Center, Technical Supervision Division, Shinryo Corporation)
16:15-16:40 3D simulation system for airflow analyses using mixed reality (MR) technologies Kanta Fukumori (Group Manager, Sanki Engineering Co.,LTD. Technical Research & Development Institute. Mechanical & Electrical Contracting. 2nd Mechanical & Electrical Group)
16:40-16:55 Discussion
16:55-17:00 General overview Naohide Shinohara (RISS)

JAIMA Symposium "Innovation creation by measurement and analysis platform"

Organizer Science Council of Japan / Japan Society for the Promotion of Science / Japan Society of Analytical Chemistry (JSAC) /Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (Support: The Chemical Society of Japan(CSJ)/ COMS-NANO, National Institute of Ad Place Convention Hall A
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)13:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact (1)Yoko Tabayashi (JAIMA)
(2)Takae Takeuchi (Nara Women's University, Science Council of Japan, JSPS Committees for Research Promotion on Specialized Area)+81-742-20-3966 takeuchi_t@cc.nara-wu.ac.jp
TEL +81-3-3292-642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL http://www.scj.go.jp/ja/event/
Programs
Chairs: Koji Suzuki (JKiC, JSR/Keio University), Shingo Ichimura (Nagoya University)
13:10-13:40 Current Progress in metabolomics Tomoyoshi Soga (Professor, Institute for Advanced Biosciences (IAB), Keio University)
13:40-14:10 Current Progress in bioimaging Atsushi Miyawaki (Vice Director, RIKEN Brain Science Institute)
14:10-14:40 Current Progress in the measurements for safety and security Yasuo Seto (Vice President, National Research Institute of Police Science)
14:40-15:10 Analytical industry in the Era of Open Innovation Gon-emon Kurihara (President, Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers’ Association )
Activity report: JSPS Committees for Research Promotion on Specialized Areas
15:30-15:45 Activity report 1: Toward building software platform for measurement and analysis Takuo Yasunaga (Professor, Kyushu Institute of Technology / JSPS, WG Manager)
15:45-16:00 Activity report 2: Toward the Construction of Hardware Platform for Advanced Measurement and Analysis Daisuke Fujita (Executive Vice President, NIMS / JSPS/ WG Manager)
16:00-16:15 Activity report 3: Toward building Solution platform for Advanced Measurement and Analysis Katsuaki Yanagiuchi (Leader of Products Characterization & Solution Unit TDK Corp., JSPS/ WG Manager)
16:15-16:30 Activity report 4: Establishment of the platform for Advanced Measurement and Analysis to think from a standardization standingpoint. Toshiyuki Fujimoto (Deputy Director General, National Metrology Institute of Japan, AIST, JSPS/WG Manager)
16:30-17:00 Discussion Chair) Shingo Ichimura (Professor, Nagoya University / JSPS/ Chair of Committees for Research Promotion on Specialized Areas)

Information on Off-Flavor Topics

Organizer Food Off-Flavor Study Group Place Conference Room 105
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)13:10-17:30 Language Japanese
The Society for Off-flavor Studies offers a variety of information on off-flavor topics to the companies and individuals in the field of food consumption. We offer case consultations by taking actual cases and suggest the countermeasures. Also, in our hands-on course, we offer three kinds of trainings: a) detection of the smell, b) identification of the smell. The reason of this training is because operating sensory tests by panelists is necessary to recognize and solve the problem which is raised by the consumers.
Admission JPY5,000 Pre-registration Required URL
Contact Shinya Nakashima (Dr. Mr.)
Secretariat of the Society for Off-flavor Studies c/o Science Software Co., Ltd.
TEL +81-3-5542-0374 E-mail off-flavor@fofsg.jp
URL http://www.fofsg.jp
Programs
13:10-14:30 Case Study on Off-flavor and its Measures Dr. Ryoichi Tajima
14:30-15:30 Off-flavor Panelists Training Spearman rank method Mr Katsuhisa Harada
15:30-15:45 Break Dr. Taketo Sagawa
15:45-17:30Off-flavor Panelists Training remember off-flavor

ICS1 International Analytical and Chemical Societies Symposium 2017

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Convention Hall B
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)13:15-17:00 Language English/Japanese
Pittcon Session: New Approaches in Mass Spectrometry for Bioanalytical Applications"
Mass spectrometry is becoming an increasingly popular and powerful tool for bioanalytical applications, revealing new and exciting data. Mass spectrometry allows investigators to map protein-protein interactions and determine protein composition and biomolecular structures with complete molecular specificity. Novel ionization processes, high throughput IMS-MS technologies, and top down mass spectrometry of proteins and biological complexes will be discussed.
German Chemical Society Session: "Proteome analysis to ensure healthy and authentic food"
Recent challenges concerning food quality, such as adulterations or the development of health promoting food, require the use of profiling methods, such as MS-based proteome, peptidome and metabolome analysis. Here, some examples will be highlighted, such as the identification of novel bioactive milk peptides, the use of peptides as novel markers for milk processing conditions or the comprehensive analysis of protein damage occurring during food production."
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
13:15-13:20 Introductory Remarks for PITTCON Session Adrian Michael ( PITTCON 2018 President)
13:20-13:35 Pittcon Session Introduction Annette S. Wilson (PITTCON 2018 Program Chair)
13:35-14:20 Redefining Ionization: Discovery, Fundamentals, and Applications of Novel Ionization Processes in Mass Spectrometry Sarah Trimpin (Wayne State University)
14:20-15:05 Developing High-Throughput IMS-MS Technologies for Characterization of Native and Non-Native Biomolecular Structures David E. Clemmer (Indiana University)
15:05-15:25 Break (Including Refreshment)
15:25-16:10 Large Scale Discovery of New Molecules from Bacteria and Fungi Neil Kelleher (Northwestern University)
16:10-16:15 Introductory Remarks for German Chemical Society Session Satoshi Nomura (JAIMA, on behalf of Professor Thisbe K. Lindhorst, / President of the German Chemical Society 2016-2017)
16:15-17:00 Proteome Analysis to Ensure Healthy and Authentic Food Monika Pischetsrieder(German association of Food chemistry (LChG)))

ICS2 Asia Technical Forum 2017 "Food Safety and Security in Asia with a special lecture on Indian Pharmaceutical Market"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 301B
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)13:20-17:10 Language English/Japanese
The Asia Technical Forum entitled "Food Safety and Security in Asia" is organized to present the latest situation of food science and food safety by a specialist from Asian countries such as Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, and South Korea. As Japan is importing a large amount of food from abroad particularly from Asian countries, collaborative relationship with food producing countries in Asia is indispensable to secure food safety in Japan. This year, as a special lecture, market trends, developments, and opportunities of the Indian pharmaceutical market will also be presented.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
13:20-13:25 Introductory Remarks Gon-emon Kurihara (President of JAIMA)
13:25-13:50 [Special Lecture] Indian Pharmaceutical Market- Trends, Development & Opportunities Jayesh Kanaskar (UBM India), India
13:50-14:15 Learnings from Food Science 2016 conference and upcoming Separation Science Asia conference Jeroen Reiniers (Eclipse Business Media), Singapore
14:15-14:55 Migration of phenol in canned pineapple using UV and IC Philawan Hoykaew (Analytical Chemistry Laboratory, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research (TISTR)), Thailand
14:55-15:05 Break  
15:05-15:45 Profiling lipid components as authenticity markers of edible oils using LC-MS/MS Ting-jang Lu (Institute of Food Science and Technology, National Taiwan University), Taiwan
15:45-16:25 Food Safety and Hygiene in Vietnam: Challenges and The Way Forward Thanh Long To (Food Safety Institute (FSI) VINACERT), Vietnam
16:25-17:05 Development of Certified Reference Materials for Nutrients in Various Food Matrices Joonhee Lee (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science), Korea
17:05-17:10 Closing Remarks Takeshi Kawamoto (Chairman of International Affairs Committee, JAIMA)

Sensing for connecting manufacturing and using of thier data for service - Use case of AIST research -

Organizer Department of Electronics and Manufacturing, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Place Conference Room 201B
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)13:30-16:30 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required (Web)
Contact Department of Electronics and Manufacturing (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
TEL E-mail rpd-eleman-ml@aist.go.jp
URL http://www.aist.go.jp/aist_e/dept/en_delma.html
Programs
13:30-14:00 Improvement of management control through prediction of livestock condition by fusion of sensor-based platforms and specialist's judgement via utilization of transformative technology: machine learning Kenichi Yamashita (Biochemical Process Group/ Group Leader)
14:00-14:30 Mechanoluminescence for nondestructive structural health diagnosis Chao-Nan Xu (Principal Research Manager)
14:30-15:00 Defect evaluation of AM products by laser ultrasonic method Harumichi Sato (Additive Processes and Systems Research Group/ Senior Researcher)
15:00-15:30 Multi-Material Manufactuaring (M3) Intelligence
- Challenge for Potent of Destruction and Design Sophistication -
Nao Terasaki (Trillion Sensing Group/ Group Leader)
15:30-16:00 Development of smart manufacturing toolkit -acquisition and visualization of field data on manufacturing with DIY- Yoshiyuki Furukawa (Cyber Machining Group/ Senior Researcher)
16:00-16:30 Parameter network model as a basis for smart manufacturing-Toward knowledge acquisition from multiple sets of sensing data- Shinsuke Kondoh (Model-based Design and Manufacturing Group/Senior Researcher)

JAIMA Seminar 4 "Instrumental Analysis -IC"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)13:40-17:05 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
13:40-13:45 Opening Remarks (The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry, Japanese Association of Ion Chromatography)
13:45-14:25 The outline and the latest trend of Ion Chromatography Toyohide Takeuchi (Gifu University)
14:25-15:05 The separation and detection in Ion Chromatography Fumiya Nakata (TOSO)
15:05-15:45 How to use the Ion chromatograph better Atsushi Ieuji (Shimadzu Corporation )
15:45-16:25 Flue gas analysis of JIS by ion chromatography Makoto Nonomura (Evaluation Research Institute for Environmental Technology)
16:25-17:05 Application of IC analysis for Solid Samples Hisomu Nagashima (NAC Technoseivice )
13:40-13:45 Closing Remarks (The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry, Japanese Association of Ion Chromatography)

JAIMA Seminar 3 "Instrumental Analysis -Bio-Technology"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 301A
Date Sept. 6 (Wed.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
14:00-15:20 The cutting edge of bioanalytical methods (1) Moritoshi Sato (The University of Tokyo)
15:30-17:00 The cutting edge of bioanalytical methods (2) Moritoshi Sato (The University of Tokyo)

How to establish the management system of REACH/RoHS in your company! Let's draw on your existing management system.

Organizer TKK Place Conference Room 103
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)10:00-12:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL
Contact Takumi Takahashi
TEL E-mail taku-taka@mub.biglobe.ne.jp
URL https:www.tkk-lab.jp/
Programs
10:00-12:00 How to establish the management system of REACH/RoHS in your company! Let's draw on your existing management system.

JAIMA Seminar 5 "Fundamental lectures on analyzing data"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)10:00-12:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
10:00-11:00 Handling and treatments of measured values for reporting analytical results Michihisa Uemoto (Meisei University)
11:00-12:00 Introductory lectures on “Measurement Uncertainty” Katsuiro Shirono (AIST)

Techniques of Multi Regression Analysis using PLS, the 53rd Summer Seminar of the Spectroscopical Society of Japan

Organizer The Spectroscopical Society of Japan Place Conference Room 101
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)10:00-17:00 Language Japanese
This seminar concerning to Spectral Analysis is held by one of the 53rd Summer Seminar of the Spectroscopical Society of Japan.
Admission MemberJPY8,000, Non-Member JPY12,000, Student-Member JPY3,000, Student-NonMember JPY6,000. Multiple days reduced fare is available. Pre-registration Required URL
Contact The Spectroscopical Society of Japan, Daimaru Annex 201, 1-11-6 Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0047, Japan
TEL +81-3-3291-5221 E-mail office@bunkou.or.jp
URL http://www.bunkou.or.jp/english/index.html
Programs
10:00-10:10 Introduction of Spectral Analysis Shigeaki Morita (Department of Engineering Science, Osaka Electro-Communication University)
10:10-11:30 Principles of PLS Tetsuya Inagaki (Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences and School of Agricultural Sciences, Nagoya University)
11:30-14:00 Lunch break and visit to JASIS2017
14:00-14:40 PLS Calculations Takuma Genkawa (Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba)
14:40-15:20 Pre-treatment of Spectra Takuma Genkawa (Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba)
15:40-17:00 Practice of PLS Eizo Taira (Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ryuku)

SPring-8/SACLA

Organizer RIKEN Spring-8 Center Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)10:00-17:00 Language Japanese
SPring-8 and SACLA provide the most powerful X-rays that reveal atomic structures and ultrafast dynamics of materials. In the Symposium, we wil introduce fundamental properties of X-rays and our facility. Research highlights are shown with industrial applications.
Admission Free Pre-registration Not Required
Contact RIKEN SPring-8 Center
TEL +81-791-58-0909 E-mail riken@spring8.or.jp
URL http://rsc.riken.jp/eng/index.html
Programs
10:00-10:10 Opening Remarks (RIKEN SPring-8 Center)
10:10-11:00 Introductory Movies
11:00-12:00 SPring-8 and SACLA Tetsuya Ishikawa (RIKEN SPring-8 Center)
12:00-13:00 Lunch Break
13:00-14:00 History of X-rays: Visualizing the Nano-world Yoshiyuki Amemiya (The University of Tokyo)
14:00-15:00 Development of high-presicion power supply in advanced facilities Katsuhiko Furuya (Nichicon Corporation)
15:00-16:00 Biological and Medical Applications using X-rays Mari Shimura (Research Institute National Center for Global Health and Medicine)
16:00-17:00 Revealing properties of rubbers by X-rays Hiromichi Kishimoto (Sumitomo Rubber Industries)

NMIJ Reference Material Seminar 2017: Basic knowledge for Quality Assurance in Chemical Analysis

Organizer National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ), Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Place International Conference Room
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)10:30-16:30 Language Japanese
NMIJ is taking various actions to assure reliability in chemical analysis including supply of reference materials. To learn basis of quality assurance, NMIJ opens NMIJ Reference Material Seminar 2017 relating the basic knowledge of quality assurance in chemical analysis. We warmly welcome all of you concerning quality assurance in chemical analysis including reference material users to this seminar.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL
Contact Yoshitaka Shimizu (NMIJ)
TEL +81-29-861-4118 E-mail nmij-rmseminar2017-ml@aist.go.jp
URL https://www.nmij.jp/english/
Programs
10:30-10:35 Greetings and Opening Remarks Akiko Takatsu (Director, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)
1035-11:05 What is a reference material: Let's think of benefit for using it Takeshi Saito (Principal Research Manager, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)
11:05-11:35 How to get the benefits by using a reference material: Let’s make full use of it Takayoshi Kuroiwa (Manager, Reference Materials Office, Center for Quality Management of Metrology, NMIJ)
11:35-11:55 NMIJ can help you: Recent activities in a field of chemical analysis Yoshitaka Shimizu (Associate Manager, NMIJ Public Relations Office, Center for Quality Management of Metrology, NMIJ)
11:55-14:00 Break
14:00-14:35 Practical use of proficiency testing on construction of in-house quality system: Pesticide-residue analysis Mikie Shima (Subsection Chief; Technical Section Application Engineer, Technical Development Department, AiSTI SCIENCE CO.,Ltd.)
14:35-15:10 Usage and choice of reference materials for calibration curves: JCSS standard solutions Hiroko Ueno (Section Chief, Section2, Solution Standards area, Chemical Standards Department, CERI Tokyo, Chemicals Evaluation and Research Institute, Japan)
15:10-15:35 Isotope ratio measurement useful in various areas including food adulteration: Let’s know how to use lead isotopic standard solution ! Naoko Nonose (Senior Researcher, Inorganic Standards Group, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)
15:35-16:00 Does the Mole change: International Avogadro Coordination (IAC) Project Tomohiro Narukawa (Senior Researcher, Environmental Standards Group, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)
16:00-16:25 Expression of reliability in chemical analysis: Measurement uncertainty Katsuhiro Shirono (Senior Researcher, Metrological Information Research Group, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)
16:25-16:30 Closing Remarks Naoyuki Taketoshi (Deputy Director, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)

JST CRDS Seminar "Panoramic View of Measuring and Analytical Technology and Report on R&D infrastructures in JAPAN"

Organizer Japan Science and Technology Agency Place Conference Room 106
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)11:00-11:45 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration
Contact Nakagawa
TEL 090-1502-7814 E-mail takashi.nakagawa@jst.go.jp
URL http://www.jst.go.jp/crds/index.html
Programs

Late topics in computer based analytical instrumation

Organizer PAI-NET(Professionals' Network in Advanced Instrumentation Society) Place Conference Room 103
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)13:00-16:30 Language Japanese
Admission JPY2,000 Pre-registration Required URL
Contact Shoko Uemura
TEL +813-5294-3115 E-mail uemura_exhibit@pai-net.or.jp
URL http://pai-net.or.jp/seminar/list/
Programs

The technical seminar for drinking water analysis in 2017

Organizer Association of Examination and Inspection for Supplied Water Place Conference Room 201
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)13:00-16:50 Language Japanese
Admission JPY4,000 (Members of Association) Pre-registration Required URL
Contact Izumi Oowada
TEL +81-44-270-4375 E-mail oowada@kyueikyo.jp
URL http://www.kyueikyo.jp/
Programs
13:00-13:10 Opening Remarks Akio Okumura (Association Examination and lnspection for Supplied Water chairman)
13:10-14:40 The latest information of the tap water examination Norihiro Kobayashi (National Institute of Health Sciences, Division of Environmental Chemistry)
14:40-14:50 Break time
14:50-15:30 The basics and precision management of the micropipet handling (Sartorius Japan K.K.)
15:30-16:10 The handling of the glass apparatus for misunderstanding, experiments with many errors (SIBATA SCIENTIFIC TECHNOLOGY LTD.)
16:10-16:50 Know-how of the LS/MS method of the bromic acid (AB SCIEX)
17:20-18:20 Exchange of information (Hotel Green Tower TEL:043-296-1122 (5 min. walk from the meeting place) )

Promotion Seminar on Public Utilization of Research Facilities

Organizer Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology - Japan Place Conference Room 106
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)13:10-16:30 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Not Required
Contact Kawasaki
TEL +81-3-6734-4098 E-mail kibanken@mext.go.jp
URL https://www.jst.go.jp/shincho/program/pfkeisei.html
Programs
13:00-16:30 Promotion Seminar on Public Utilization of Research Facilities (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology - Japan)

Recent development in food safety: Practical method for screening of chemical substances

Organizer Japanese Society for Food Hygiene and Safety Place Conference Room 104
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)13:25-16:50 Language Japanese
The pesticide residues and food additives in food is a center of public attention. Also, it is an essential subject in the food safety to prevent the food poisoning caused by toxic chemical substances. Reliable and scientific data is seek out to manage these chemicals appropriately. However, pursuring precise results requires a lot of time and labor. In this seminar, we show an idea of a simple, quick and reliable approach as the screening. Also, the pesticide residues, food additives and histamine analysis are carried out as actually simple analytical cases.
Admission In advance: Member JPY3,000, Nonmember JPY5,000, Student JPY1,000 On the day: Member JPY4,000, Nonmember JPY8,000, Student JPY1,000 Pre-registration Required URL
Contact office (charge: Kato)
TEL +81-3-3470-2933 E-mail koenkai@foodhyg.or.jp
URL http://www.shokuhineisei.jp/
Programs
13:25-13:30 Introductory Remarks (President of JSFHS)
13:30-14:00 Suggestions for screening analytical procedure(provisionally) Toshihiro Nagayama (Meiji Pharmaceutical University)
14:00-14:45 A Quick Guidance to the Screening Procedure - Pesticide and Veterinary Drug Residues - (provisionally) Toshihiro Nagayama (Meiji Pharmaceutical University)
14:45-15:00 Break
15:00-16:00 A Quick Guidance to the Screening Procedure - Food additives in food - (provisionally) Mitsuya Yoshida (Japan Food Research Laboratories)
16:00-16:45 A Quick Guidance to the Screening Procedure - Histamine - (provisionally) Yu Takizawa (Miyagi Northern Health and Welfare Office)
16:45-16:50 Closing Remarks (Vice president of JSFHS)

Making the best use of your mass spectrometric data

Organizer The Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan (JASIS Project) Place Conference Room 105
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)13:30-15:50 Language Japanese
Admission Member of The Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan, Student : Free / Nonmember of The Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan: JPY1,000 (including tax) Pre-registration Required
Contact Kawabata (Shimadzu Corporation)
TEL +81-75-823-2897 E-mail kawabata@shimadzu.co.jp
URL http://www.mssj.jp/index_en.html
Programs
13:30-13:35 Introduction Remarks
13:35-14:05 Chemical Structure Information Extractable from High-Resolution Mass Spectra in MassBank Takaaki Nishioka(Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University)
14:05-14:35 From Mass to Sequence, from Results to Database Akiyasu C. Yoshizawa (Kyoto University)
14:35-14:45 Coffee Break
14:45-15:15 Metrological traceability of mass spectrometry data Kayori Takahash (NMIJ/AIST)
15:15-15:45 Plactical cleaning procedures for MS data Shin-ichirou Kawabaya (Shimadzu Corporation)
15:45-15:50 Closing Remarks

ICS4 China Forum 2017 "Latest trends and development of analytical instruments market, environmental protection tasks, quality & safety of milk, and health effects of PM2.5 in China"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 301B
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)14:00-16:35 Language Chinese/Japanese
The China Forum at JASIS is organized in collaboration with China Association for Instrumental Analysis (CAIA) focusing on topics of high interest for Japanese audience. This year, lectures on the latest situation and trends of analytical instrument market in China particularly environmental protection tasks and monitoring needs in the China's 13th National Five-Year Plan, milk quality and safety in China, and quantitative estimation for health effects of air pollution in China will be delivered.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
14:00-14:05 Introductory Remarks Gon-emon Kurihara (President of JAIMA)
14:05-14:50 Environmental Protection Tasks and Monitoring Needs in China’s the 13th National Five-Year Plan Gang Yu (School of Environment, Tsinghua University)
14:50-15:35 Report of Milk Quality and Safety in China Li Songli (Associate Scientist, Institute of Animal Science of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS))
15:35-15:45 Coffee Break
15:45-16:30 Quantitative estimation for Health effects of air pollution in China Zhang Yong (Medicine Department, CNCC Proton (BEIJING) Technology & Development Co., Ltd.)
16:30-16:35 Closing Remarks Takeshi Kawamoto (Chairman of International Affairs Committee, JAIMA)

JAIMA Seminar 7 "Instrumental Analysis -Thermal Analysis"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 301A
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
14:00-14:10Opening RemarksTakahisa Tsugoshi (AIST)
14:10-14:45What is Thermal Analysis?(General)Haruka Abe (AIST)
14:45-15:20 Essential Tool (DSC) Yoshitaka Shimizu (AIST)
15:20-15:35 Intermission
15:35-16:10 Usual Apparatus(TG) Nobuyoshi Koga (Hiroshima Univ.)
16:10-16:45 Legal Methods using Thermal Analysis Yuko Nishimoto (Kanagawa Univ.)
16:45-17:00 Closing Address Yuko Nishimoto (Kanagawa Univ.)

JAIMA Seminar 8 "Instrumental Analysis -GC"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
14:00-14:10 Opening address Tsuneaki Maeda (ex. AIST)
14:10-15:10 Exact understanding of capillary columns and sample introductions Aki Ando (GL Sciences Inc.)
15:10-15:50 Gas chromatography beginner's class lecture “Attention at the time of the GC,GC/MS introduction” Kenichi Akiyama (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.)
15:50-16:50 Theory of GC for removing the scales from your eyes Kazutoshi Sugita (Azabu Univ.)
16:50-17:00 Question / Discussion

JAIMA Seminar 6 "Instrumental Analysis -LC"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 303
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)9:30-17:30 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
9:30-9:45 Organizer's guidance Hiroshi Nakamura (Tokyo University of Science)
9:45-10:25 The art of HPLC: Its quintessence Hiroshi Nakamura (Tokyo University of Science)
10:30-11:10 The art of selecting solvents and reagents Kunio Takiuchi (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
11:15-11:55 The art of pretreatment Hisashi Kato (Biotage Japan Ltd.)
14:00-14:40 The art of separation Norikazu Nagae (ChromaNik Technologies Inc.)
14:45-15:25 The art of detection Hirohisa Mikami (Shimadzu Corporation)
15:30-16:10 The art of LC/MS Yutaka Takahashi (MS-Solutions Ltd.)
16:15-16:55 The art of troubleshooting Kazuo Watanabe (Restek Japan)
17:00-17:30 General discussion All of speakers

ICS3 RSC Tokyo International Conference 2017 "Analytical Science and Technology for Global Sustainability"(1/2)

Organizer The Royal Society of Chemistry, UK (RSC) (Co-orgnizer: Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association) Place Convention Hall B
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)9:30-17:40 Language English
The RSC Tokyo International Conference 2017 will be held by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) as a part of JASIS international conference sessions for the sixth time. It consists of flash presentations & poster sessions as well as plenary and invited lectures on the theme of "Analytical Science & Technology for Global Sustainability".
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
9:30-9:35 Opening Remark
9:35-10:15 Plenary Lecture 1 “Microfluidic Homeostasis maintaining physiological equilibrium” Abe Lee (University of California at Irvine), USA
10:15-11:00 Flash Presentation 1 Presenters
11:00-11:15 Break
11:15-11:40 How to get published in high impact journals Philippa Hughes (Royal Society of Chemistry), UK
11:40-12:40 Poster Session 1
12:40-14:40 Lunch Break & Exhibition
14:40-15:25 Flash Presentation 2 Presenters
15:25-15:55 Invited Lecture 1 “A portable sensor system for foodborne viruses detection” Sung Yang (GIST), Korea
15:55-16:10 Break
16:10-16:40 Invited Lecture 2 “Chitosan in water-based system: A simple conjugating condition for biomedical applications” Suwabun Chirachanchai (Chulalongkorn University), Thailand
16:40-17:10 Invited Lecture 3 “Printed microfluidic paper-based analytical devices: simplicity and reproducibility” Daniel Citterio (Keio University), Japan
17:10-18:10 Poster Session 2

Life Science Innovation Forum 2 "Platforms for the Next Generation Participatory Healthcare"

Organizer Institute for Cyber Associates Place Conference Room 304
Date Sept. 7 (Thurs.)9:50-16:40 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
9:50-10:00 Opening Remarks
10:00-10:30 Role of Proactive Consumers: Building Rapid Learning Ecosystems Tsuguchika Kamainuma (Institute for Cyber Associates)
10:30-11:00 A Gut Microbiome Consortium Tusneaki Sakata (Shionogi & Co)
11:00-11:30 AI and Platforms for the Next Generation Healthcare Eiji Sasahara (Keio University)
11:30-12:00 Discussion Session - 1 Chair Persons and Speakers
12:00-14:00 Sponsored Session :AI, IoT, and Big Data, Kohtaro Yuta (In Slicio Data)
14:00-15:00 Advances in Measurement Devices Tadashi Nemoto (AIST)
15:00-16:00 Education and Training of D2K Scientists Kenta Nakai ( University of Tokyo)
16:00-16:30 Discussion Session - 2: For starting up Chair Persons and Speakers
16:30-16:40 Closing Remarks - Networking

JAIMA Seminar 10 "Instrumental Analysis X-Ray Analysis"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 303
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)10:00-12:10 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
10:00-10:40 Introduction to X-Ray Analysis Methods and International Standards Jun Kawai (Kyoto University)
10:40-11:30 Sample Preparation for XRD and XRF Shintaro Ichikawa (Fukuoka University)
11:30-12:10 World Trend and Hand-Held X-Ray Spectrometer Shigeo Tohyama (PAI-NET)

Life Science Innovation Forum 4 "Exploring the analytical solutions in New generation Drug Discovery toward@the future trend of New generation Pharma's R&D"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 301A
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)10:00-12:15 Language Japanese
The situation of pharmaceutical R&D is dramatically changing to meet the various serious "unmet medical needs"due to the latest advanced science of molecular biology. For example, many kinds ofinnovation should be needed for R&D in biopharma and biotherapeutics likea molecular targeted drug included antibody drug, nucleic acid drug, abd immunotherapy in personalized medicine. This forum will be held to share the latest situation and future trend of Drug Discovery among the members of industry (Pharmaceutical and Analytical instrument) and Academia and to discuss next generation of analytical solutions for pharma.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
10:00-10:10 Opening Remarks Satoshi Nomura (Technical Affairs Committee of JAIMA)
10:10-10:45 Recent trend in pharmaceutical R&D and expectation to the analytical solutions. Tomohiro Andou (Axcelead Drug Discovery Partners Ltd)
10:45-11:30 Recent trend in academia research on analytical chemistry for recent pharmaceutical R&D. Yoshinobu Baba (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University)
11:30-12:15 Expectations to analytical instruments manufacturers-from stand point of pharmaceutical regulatory Kouhei Tsumoto (Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo)

JSIA Seminar "Basic knowledge on Scientific Instruments Industry" - Environmental Analysis -

Organizer Japan Scientific Instruments Association Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)10:00-12:30 Language Japanese
This is one of the basic seminars on Scientific Instruments Industry provided by JSIA over two days for sales representatives or for new employees. The seminar covers a wide range of knowledge about regulations, certifications and quality controls as well as basic keywords on the industry. Summarizing background and topics of environmental analysis, which deeply linked to scientific instruments, basis and application of "Scientific Instruments" will be also given.
Admission Members: JPY2,000 Non-members: JPY4,000 Pre-registration Required URL
Contact Kan
TEL +81-3-3661-5131 E-mail kan@sia-tokyo.gr.jp
URL http://www.sia-japan.com/
Programs
10:00-11:00 Part 1: Summary of scientific instruments industry - environmental analysis - Yasuhide Hisamoto (formely Hitachi / former technical chairman of Analytical Instruments Association)
11:00-12:30 Part 2: Analysis method and related scientific instruments in environmental analysis (water, air, soil and waste) Yasuhide Hisamoto (formely Hitachi / former technical chairman of Analytical Instruments Association)

JAIMA Seminar 9 "Instrumental Analysis MS"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)10:00-13:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
10:00-11:00 Introduction of Mass Spectrometry: Ionization and Interpretation of Mass Spectra Tomoya Kinumi (NMIJ/AIST)
10:30-12:00 Basics of LC-MS Akira Motoyama (SHISEIDO)
12:00-13:00 Practical Guide to ICP-MS Kazumi Inagaki (NMIJ/AIST)

The 3rd Symposium of Research Institute for Measurement and Analytical Instrumentation (RIMA) Measurement standards and technology for realizing a safe and secure society -

Organizer Research Institute for Measurement and Analytical Instrumentation (RIMA), National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ), Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Place International Conference Room
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)10:00-15:30 Language Japanese
We, RIMA, develop, maintain, and disseminate the national primary standards especially for the industrial areas of ionizing radiation, radioactivity and neutrons, acoustics and ultrasonics such as the therapy level dose standards using a clinical linac for assuring the reliability of medical equipment, while we also carry out R&D of advanced measurement, analysis, characterization, and testing systems related to metrology standard such as nano-structure measurement and non-destructive inspection. In this symposium, we introduce the measurement standards and technology for realizing a safe and secure society.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required but on site registration is also possible.
Contact Research Institute for Measurement and Analytical Instrumentation (RIMA), NMIJ, AIST
TEL +81-29-861-5300 E-mail rima_info-ml@aist.go.jp
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/rima/
Programs
10:00 Opening remarks
10:00-10:15 Introduction talk Hidehiko NONAKA (Director, RIMA)
10:15-11:00 [Invited Talk]Maintenance of railway structures in JR East Kenichi KURIBAYASHI (Chief Researcher, Frontier Service Development Laboratory, Research and Development Center of JR East Group, EAST JAPAN RAILWAY COMPANY)
11:00-11:30 Displacement Measurement of Bridges by Moire Technique Shien RI (Senior Researcher, Non-destructive Measurement Group , RIMA)
11:30-12:00 X-ray backscatter imaging for inspection of concrete structure Hiroyuki Toyokawa (Leader, Radiation Imaging Measurement Group , RIMA)
12:00-12:45 Lunch & Poster
12:45-13:15 [Posters (Core time)]Recent research results of RIMA
13:15-14:00 [Invited Talk]We can discuss "How safe is safe enough ?" by quantitative risk assessment Kiyotaka Tsunemi (Leader, Emission and Exposure Analysis Group, Research Institute of Science for Safety and Sustainability)
14:00-14:30 Nondestructive inspection system for pipes in chemical plants using X-ray and neutron technique Ryouichi Suzuki(Prime Senior Researcher, RIMA)
14:30-15:00 Development of dosimetry standards for external beam radiotherapy Morihito Shimizu (Ionizing Radiation Standard Group, RIMA)
15:00-15:30 Nondestructive Inspection of Structural Joints by Laser Scanning Ultrasonic Visualization Technique Nobuyuki TOYAMA (Leader, Non-destructive Measurement Group , RIMA)
15:30 Closing remarks & Closing

Far-UV spectroscopy, the 53rd Summer Seminar of the Spectroscopical Society of Japan

Organizer The Spectroscopical Society of Japan Place Conference Room 101
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)10:00-17:00 Language Japanese
This seminar concerning to Far-Ultraviolet Spectroscopy is held by one of the 53rd Summer Seminar of the Spectroscopical Society of Japan.
Admission MemberJPY8,000, Non-Member JPY12,000, Student-Member JPY3,000, Student-NonMember JPY6,000. Multiple days reduced fare is available. Pre-registration Required URL
Contact The Spectroscopical Society of Japan, Daimaru Annex 201, 1-11-6 Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0047, Japan
TEL +81-3-3291-5221 E-mail office@bunkou.or.jp
URL http://www.bunkou.or.jp/english/index.html
Programs
10:00-10:05 Introductory Remarks Yusuke Morisawa (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Kindai University)
10:05-10:40 Past, Present, and Future of FUV spectroscopy Yukihiro Ozaki (School of Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University)
10:40-11:40 Optical Element and Equipment for FUV spectroscopy Akifumi Ikehata (National Agriculture and Food Research Organization)
11:40-14:00 Lunch break and visit to JASIS2017
14:00-15:00 Electronic State of Organic Compounds and Macromolecule by FUV Spectroscopy Yusuke Morisawa (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Kindai University)
15:00-16:00 Application of FUV for Inorganic Semiconductor and the Others Ichiro Tanabe (Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University)
16:00-17:00 Fundamental Research and Applications of Water and Aqueous Solutions using FUV Spectroscopy Takeyoshi Goto (School of Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University)

Life Science Innovation Forum 3 "Precision Medicine and Bio-banking in the Post-Genomics Era"

Organizer Japan Multiplex bio-Analysis Consortium(JMAC) Place Conference Room 304
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)12:30-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
12:30-12:35 Opening Address (1) Dr. Koh Furuta (Kanagawa Cancer Center) (2) Dr. Kazuhiro Okano (QIAGEN)
12:35-12:50 Opening remarks (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry)
12:50-13:20 Overview of the BioBank Japan Project Dr. Koichiro Yuji (the University of Tokyo)
13:20-13:50 Whole-genome sequencing: present and future Dr. Akihiro Fujimoto (Kyoto University)
13:50-14:20 Reference materials for genomic medicine: Current situation of Japan and international trend Dr. Shin-ichiro Fujii (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
14:20-14:40 Break
14:40-15:10 Topic: Bio-banking of microbiome specimen Dr. Hiroko Kawasaki (National Institute of Technology and Evaluation)
15:10-15:40 Biobank potential from the view of Pharma Dr. Hiroyuki Kobayashi (Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited)
15:40-16:10 Hope for a new era of bio-banking and the role of stakeholders Dr. Hiroyuki Uchiyama (Nissui Pharmaceutical co.,ltd)
16:10-16:40 Contractual issues associated with biobanking Mr. Shogo Matsunaga (Sonderhoff & Einsel Law and Patent Office)
16:40-16:55 Panel Discussion (1) Dr. Koh Furuta (Kanagawa Cancer Center) (2) Dr. Kazuhiro Okano (QIAGEN)
16:55-17:00 Closing Address

Analysis and Evaluation Techniques for Biomimetics

Organizer The Society of Polymer Science, Japan Research Group on Biomimetics Place Conference Room 301B
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)13:00-17:20 Language Japanese
Biomimetics is new technologies inspired by biological solutions and is also expected as new technological platform. Morphological observation and functional analysis have changed greatly by advancement of nanotechnology. Such fundamental analytical tools in biomimetics have helped significant progress in technology development. This seminar will give us opportunity for discussing functional analysis in biomimetics and also give us recent topics on biomimetics research.
Admission Member of the Research Grouop on Biomimetics, SPSJ; Free For non-member, the fee is dependent on affiliation of perticipants: Company; JPY2,160, Academic and Public Office; JPY1,080, Student; JPY1,080 Pre-registration Required. Please visit the URL.
Contact Takashi Mihara
TEL +81-3-5540-3775 E-mail mihara@spsj.or.jp
URL http://main.spsj.or.jp/c12/gyoji/biomimetics.php
Programs
13:00-13:05 Opening Remarks Masatsugu Shimomura (Chairperson of the Research Group on Biomimetics, SPSJ)
13:05-13:35 Advanced Analysis and Evaluation Technology for Biomimetics Risa Fuji (Shimadzu Corporation)
13:35-14:05 SEM Observations of the Hydrous Samples by NanoSuit Method Yuji Hirai (Chitose Institute of Science and Technology)
14:05-14:35 Micro Elastic Beam Structure of Hummingbird's Feathers Hiroto Tanaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
14:35-15:05 3D Analysis of Biological Surface and Biomimetic Design Mariko Miyazaki (Hitachi, Ltd.)
15:05-15:15 Break
15:15-15:45 Structural and Physical Property Characterization of Particle-Stabilized Soft Dispersed Systems Syuji Fujii (Osaka Institute of Technology)
15:45-16:15 Development of Functional Materials by Mimicking Biominerals and Biomineralization Hiroaki Imai (Keio University)
16:15-16:45 Why is Double-Roughness Surface Structure on Lotus Leaf So Important?: Theoretical Considerations on Static and Dynamic Wetting Hiroyuki Mayama (Asahikawa Medical University)
16:45-17:15 Shape-Tunable Wrinkles for Extention of Frictional Properties Takuya Ohzono (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST))
17:15-17:20 Closing Remarks Masatsugu Shimomura (Chairperson of the Research Group on Biomimetics, SPSJ)

Inside Laboratory Management

Organizer AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION Place Conference Room 104
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)13:30-16:30 Language Japanese
AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION has been extensively providing various information through seminars, etc. towards improvement of the quality of analysis. The current seminar will provide topics on selection of instrumental analysis methods, level of measurements quality perspective, and information on testing laboratory operation.
Admission JPY2,000 Pre-registration Required URL
Contact Secretariat, AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION
TEL E-mail aoacijs-jasis@aoacijs.org
URL http://aoacijs.org/
Programs
13:30-13:50 Activities of the AOAC INTERNATIONAL and its JAPAN SECTION Hiroko Suzuki (Japan Food Research Laboratories / President-elect, AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION)
13:50-14:40 Adaptation of analytical method’s performance for targeted data quality. Yoshizumi Takigawa (Agilent Technologies Japan, Ltd. / Members-at-Large, AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION)
14:40-14:50 Break
14:50-15:40 Inside Laboratory Management - From the point of view of a laboratory Hiroko Suzuki (Japan Food Research Laboratories / President-elect, AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION)
15:40-16:30 Inside Laboratory Management - Let's think about what ISO/IEC 17025 requires. Yoko Mori (Japan Food Hygiene Association / President, AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION)

Laboratory Grade Furniture and Equipment Trends

Organizer Scientific Equipment and Furniture Association(SEFA) Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)14:00-15:00 Language English/Japanese
The presentation will highlight current trends in the laboratory furniture and equipment industry including the relevant SEFA Standards.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact Barbara Carr(SEFA Offices)
TEL 516-294-5424 E-mail Barbara@sefalabs.com
URL
Programs
14:00-15:00 Lab Grade Furniture & Equipment Trends (1) Dipl.-Ing (SEFA Board Member) (2) Ingo Sternitzke (Trespa, BV)

JAIMA Seminar 12 "Instrumental Analysis -Separation Science"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 303
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)14:00-16:55 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
14:00-14:05 Chair: Hiroshi Nakamura (Science University of Tokyo)
14:05-14:55 Changes in Analyses of Foods for Pesticide Residues Machiko Saka (The Institute of Environmental Toxicology)
15:00-15:05 Chair: Tsuneaki Maeda
15:05-15:55 Evolution of the Solid-phase extraction-type device for the exact analysis of SVOCs in the air Ikuo Ueta (University of Yamanashi)
16:00-16:05 Chair: Kazuaki Ito (Kinki University)
16:05-16:55 Concept of sample pretreatment necessary in ion chromatography from the user's point of view Hiroshi Ito (Odor Analysis and Control Program, Human Science Research-Domain, Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.)

JAIMA Seminar 11 "Instrumental Analysis -FIA"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
14:00-14:45 Flow analysis method and technology supporting research and practical analysis Keiro Higuchi (Kochi University, Ogawa & Co.)
14:45-15:30 Advanced Continuous Flow Analysis for comfortable chemical analysis Hirohisa Suzuki (Milestone General K.K.)
15:30-16:15 Present situation on adoption of Flow Analysis to JIS and the other official methods Eiko Nakamura (Yokohama National University)
16:15-17:00 Novel development of extraction technology by using FIA technique Hideyuki Itabashi (Gunma University)

The Material Choice for Safe and Durable Laboratory, Research and Educational Environments.

Organizer Trespa International Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)15:00-16:00 Language English/Japanese
Today's laboratory and functional environments demand compliance with rigorous codes and standards. Therefore, selecting the right material is of crucial importance. TrespaR TopLabR offers three product lines that combine basic requirements like long-lasting surface hygiene, impact and scratch resistance, flexibility and easy to use with aesthetic qualities that can contribute to enhance the experience of employees and visitors.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact Dipl.-Ing (Ingo Sternitzke)
TEL +49-178-6005045 E-mail i.sternitzke@trespa.com
URL http://www.trespa.com/toplab
Programs
15:00-16:00 Scientific Surface Solutions (1) Dipl.-Ing.(Global Business Manager) (2) Ingo Sternitzke (Scientific Surface Solutions) / Trespa International BV

Practical surface analysis - knowledge of surface analysis for beginners

Organizer Surface Analysis Society of Japan Place Conference Room 103
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)9:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Not Required
Contact Noriaki Sanada (ULVAC-PHI, Inc.)
TEL +81-467-85-4220 E-mail noriaki_sanada@ulvac.com
URL http://www.sasj.jp
Programs
09:00-09:10 Opening
09:10-10:05 A review of surface analysis K. Yanagiuchi (TDK)
10:05-11:00 Basics of AES, XPS and SIMS K. Yoshihara (Scienta Omicron)
11:00-13:00 Lunch Break and JASIS 2017
13:00-13:55 Sample handling and sample pretreatment S. Araki (Nissan ARC)
13:55-14:50 Introduction to TOF-SIMS analysis for beginners H. Itoh (Konica Minolta)
14:50-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-15:55 Introduction to AES analysis for beginners T. Ogiwara (NIMS)
15:55-16:50 Introduction to XPS analysis for beginners M. Shima (JEOL)
16:50-17:00 Closing

Nano- material and device characterization using Atomic Force Microscopy

Organizer Scanning Probe Microscopy Division of The Japanese Society of Microscopy Place Conference Room 105
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)9:30-16:15 Language Japanese
Advanced technology of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) for practical materials and devices is the main topics of the meeting. Fundamental analytical technology for nanoscale electronic- and material- properties will be discussed. New products will also be introduced from SPM manufacturer.
Admission JPY3,500 (Free for Student) Pre-registration Deadline: Sept.1(Friday) (Send E-mail to h.itoh@aist.go.jp)
Contact Hiroshi Itoh (AIST)
TEL +81-29-861-5752 E-mail h.itoh@aist.go.jp
URL http://www.nims.go.jp/project/amcp/spm/
Programs
9:30-9:35 Opening Remark H. Itoh (AIST)
9:35-10:25 Nanoscale Young Modulus Maping with Scanning Probe Microscope K. Nakajima (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
10:25-11:15 Nanoscale Friction Analysis by nano-probe techinique K. Miyake (AIST)
11:15-11:50 Introduction of New SPM Products
14:00-14:50 Surface Potential Measurement with nano-probe technology K. Kobayashi (Kyoto University)
14:50-15:40 Advanced Scanning tuneling microsopy
15:50-16:10
16:10-16:15 Closing Remark H. Itoh (AIST)

ICS5 RSC Tokyo International Conference 2017 "Analytical Science and Technology for Global Sustainability"(2/2)

Organizer The Royal Society of Chemistry, UK (RSC) (Co-orgnizer: Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association) Place Convention Hall B
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)9:30-17:25 Language English
The RSC Tokyo International Conference 2017 will be held by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) as a part of JASIS international conference sessions for the sixth time. It consists of flash presentations & poster sessions as well as plenary and invited lectures on the theme of "Analytical Science & Technology for Global Sustainability".
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL[Deadline: Sept.1]
Contact Tabayashi
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
9:30-10:15 Flash Presentation 3 Presenters
10:15-10:55 Plenary Lecture 2 “Electrochemical Sensors: from screen-printed electrodes to graphene” Craig E. Banks (Manchester Metropolitan University), UK
10:55-11:10 Break
11:10-11:40 Invited Lecture 4 “Earth Metallomics : new analytical techniques to decode origin and evolution of the life” Takafumi Hirata (The University of Tokyo), Japan
11:40-13:40 Lunch Break & Exhibition
13:40-14:40 Poster Session 3
14:40-15:10 Invited Lecture 5 “In-vivo extraction-based single cell analysis of low-copy-number proteins and microRNA” Zhen Liu (Nanjing University), China
15:10-15:50 Plenary Lecture 3 “Lab-on-a-disc for Liquid Biopsy of Cancer” Yoon-Kyoung Cho (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), Korea
15:50-16:05 Break
16:05-16:35 Invited Lecture 6 “Photothermal Spectroscopy in Applied Chemistry and Beyond: Coupling Optical and Thermal Techniques” Mikhail A. Proskurnin (Moscow State University), Russia
16:35-16:55 Award ceremony & Closing

JASIS2017 JEMCA Seminar

Organizer Japan Environmental Measurement and Chemical Analysis Association Place Conference Room 201
Date Sept. 8 (Fri.)9:55-16:00 Language Japanese
Revision progress of JIS K 0170 flow analysis method
The members that engaged in the rivision of JIS K 0170 will present reagent preperation methods or analysis methods, based on the background of the consideration.
"Revision progress of ISO/IEC 17025" Progress on revision of ISO/IEC 17025 ""General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories"" will be presented, through the report on the activities of ISO/CASCO WG44, the working group for the revision, and on anticipated revised points.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required URL
Contact Murota
TEL +81-3-8782-811 E-mail jemcaeducation@jemca.or.jp
URL https://www.jemca.or.jp/
Programs
9:55-10:00 Introductory Remarks
10:00-12:00 Revision progress of JIS K 0170 flow analysis method (1)Akira Miyazaki (ex National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) (2)Keiro Higuchi (Ogawa Syokai Inc., Research Professor, Kochi University) (3)Koichi Nomura (NS Environment Corporation)
12:00-14:00 Coffee Break
14:00-16:00 Revision progress of ISO/IEC 17025 Hiroaki Otaka (National Institute of Technology and Evaluation)
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