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Analytical Electron Microscopy 2018

Organizer The Japanese Society of Microscopy (JSM) Place International Conference Room
Date Sept.4 (Tue.)10:00-16:45 Language Japanese
This conference focus on basic and applied analysical microscoy. The tutorials about basic of EELS and EDS will be held on the first day of the conference in the morning. And in the afternoon, the session about Analysis of secondary battery using EELS will be held by invited speakers. On the second day,This conference focus on basic and applied analysical microscoy. The tutorials about basic of EELS and EDS will be held on the first day of the conference in the morning. And in the afternoon, the session about Analysis of secondary battery using EELS will be held by invited speakers. On the second day, the sample preparation of organic and inorganic material for TEM will be talked. Then, in the afternoon, we asked Prof. Fujiyoshi at Nagoya University to give a special lecture "Dramatic changes on structural biology made by cryoEM".
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 bunseki34@eels.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp
URL https://eels.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp/bunseki2018/
Programs
10:00-10:30 Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy -Basic of X-ray detector and Spectrometer- Ichiro Ohnishi(JEOL)
10:30-11:00 The analysis by Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy (EDS) for TEM and its quantification Hirobumi Morita(Oxford Instruments)
11:00-11:30 EELS analysis for dielectric properties of materials Sato Yohei(Tohoku University)
11:30-12:00 Basics and interpretation of EELS Teruyasu Mizoguchi(University of Tokyo)
12:00-13:30 Lunch  
13:30-14:00 Characterization of secondary battery materials with monochromated STEM-EELS Shunsuke Kobayashi(JFCC)
14:00-14:30 Structure analyses of electrochemical devices by analytical electron microscopy Tomoki Akita(AIST)
14:30-15:00 Electron energy-loss spectroscopy of lithium K edges Jun Kikkawa(NIMS)
15:00-15:10 Break  
15:10-15:40 Systematic characterization of EEL spectra of lithium ion battery materials Motofumi Saitoh(JFCC)
15:40-16:10 Visualization of Li transport by Operando Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy Yoshifumi Oshima(JAIST)
16:10-16:30 Discussion  

Mercury Analyses Adapted to the Minamata Convention on Mercury

Organizer Discussion Group for Plasma Spectrochemistry Place Conference Room 103
Date Sept.4 (Tue.)10:20-16:45 Language Japanese
Plasma spectrometry (ICP-AES and ICP-MS) is a standard method to analyze elemental compositions in various specimens. In 2006, Japan concluded the Minamata Convention on Mercury in accordance with the development of laws and ordinances necessary to implement the convention. In this seminar, six lectures on a wide range of topics concerning of Minamata Convention will be provided. The topics covered from the outline of the convention to the new analytical technique for mercury, investigation of chemodynamics of mercury in the ecosystem by the analysis of precise stable isotope ratios. Target participants are not only environmental scientists and analytical chemists, but also the students who will be obliged to work in conjunction with society in the future.
Admission Member 1,000JPY, non-member 3,000JPY, student member 1,000JPY, student non-menber 2,000JPY Pre-registration Required (mail)
Contact Ozeki
TEL +81-45-924-5688 E-mail office@plasma-dg.jp
URL http://plasma-dg.jp/
Programs
10:20-10:30 Opening Remarks Naoko Nonose(Chair of Discussion Group for Plasma Spectrochemistry)
10:30-11:10 Japan's contribution for the Minamata Convention on Mercury Mitsugu Saito(Environmental Health Department, Ministry of the Environment)
11:10-11:50 Monitoring of Atmospheric Mercury Speciation using Tekran mercury speciation analyzer Takashi Yamamoto(Institute of Environmental Informatics, IDEA Consultants, Inc.)
11:50-13:00 Lunch Break  
13:00-13:50 Development of simple method for determination of methylmercury using chemiluminescence reaction and its application to environmental samples Hitoshi Kodamatani(Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kagoshima University)
13:50-14:40 Real-time measurement of gaseous mercury in ambient air by gas to particle conversion-gas exchange ICPMS Masaki Ohata("Inorganic Standards Group, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement National Metrology Institute of Japan, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology")
14:40-14:55 Coffee Break  
14:55-15:45 Fate and transport of mercury in air, sea and air-sea interface Koji Marumoto(National Institute for Minamata Desese, Ministry of the Environment)
15:45-16:35 Application of mercury stable isotope tracer for marine ecosystems Takaaki Itai(Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo)
16:35-16:45 Closing Remarks  

JAIMA Seminar 1 Instrumental Analysis -Are you confident of your analytical results? -

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Convention Hall B
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)09:50-17:20 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
09:50-10:00 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)

Analytical Electron Microscopy 2018

Organizer The Japanese Society of Microscopy (JSM) Place International Conference Room
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)10:00-16:50 Language Japanese
This conference focus on basic and applied analysical microscoy. The tutorials about basic of EELS and EDS will be held on the first day of the conference in the morning. And in the afternoon, the session about Analysis of secondary battery using EELS will be held by invited speakers. On the second day,This conference focus on basic and applied analysical microscoy. The tutorials about basic of EELS and EDS will be held on the first day of the conference in the morning. And in the afternoon, the session about Analysis of secondary battery using EELS will be held by invited speakers. On the second day, the sample preparation of organic and inorganic material for TEM will be talked. Then, in the afternoon, we asked Prof. Fujiyoshi at Nagoya University to give a special lecture "Dramatic changes on structural biology made by cryoEM".
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 bunseki34@eels.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp
URL https://eels.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp/bunseki2018/
Programs
10:00-10:40 Introduction to specimen thinning  
10:40-11:10 Sample preparation methods of soft material for Cryo-SEM or Cryo-TEM Yoshiko Ito(Leica microsystems)
11:10-11:40 Recent Application Technique on Focused Ion Beam Shoji Sadayama(Thermo Fisher Scientific)
11:40-12:10 Freezing method for sample preparation ? its technique and application ? Masamichi Ashihara (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
12:10-14:00 Coffee Break~Please observe the exhibition booths  
14:00-15:00 Dramatic changes on structural biology made by cryoEM Yoshinori Fujiyoshi(Nagoya University)
15:00-15:10 Break  
15:10 General lecture  

Life Science Innovation Forum 1 "Profiling of Fear ? How to be a witness of life science innovation ?"

Organizer Metabolic Profiling Forum Place Conference Room 304, 3rd Floor of International Conference Hall
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)10:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Recommended
Contact JASIS OfficeMail
TEL E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
10:00-10:05 Opening Remarks  
10:05-10:25 Statistics vs statistical pattern recognition by spectroscopy Dr. Tadashi Nemoto(AIST)
10:25-11:05 Metabolic control dialysis offers better QOL of patients Dr. Masako Fujiwara(Tohoku Univ. /Cosmos Medicare Inc.)
11:05-11:30 Toothbrushing profiling Mr. Nobuharu Matsudomi(Sunstar Inc.)
11:30-12:10 To protect next generation children by DOHad research Prof. Dr. Hideoki Fukuoa(Waseda Univ)
12:10-14:00 Technical Seminars (with lunchbox) Lunch Break  
14:00-14:40 A new KOUDAN:A storytelling on science Ms. Shinku Kanda(Storyteller(Koudan-shi))
14:40-15:20 Microbiota analysis for activities aimed at pregnancy Mr. Takashi Taguchi(Unlog K.K.)
15:20-15:40 Coffee Break  
15:40-16:20 Ambition of Gaia: Toilet bowl - spectrometers Mr. Takahide Usui(RyukyuInteractive Inc.)
16:20-17:00 How to be a witness of life science innovation Ms. Yukiko Motomura( The Mainichi Newspapers Co.,Ltd )
17:00-17:45 Closing & Informal Discussion  

Raman Spectroscopy

Organizer The Spectroscopical Society of Japan Place Conference Room 101
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)10:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Nowadays Rama spectroscopy is one of the important analytical tool for variety of industries such as semiconductors, polymers, pharmaceuticals etc. In this course, specialists of Raman spectroscopy talk on the measurement methods and the basic theory including recent developments in this field. They also provide specific know-how to obtain Raman spectra with high quality and to understand the spectra properly for each characteristic materials.
Admission regular member:8,000 JPY, regular non-member:12,000 JPY, student member:3,000 JPY, student non-member:6,000 JPY Pre-registration requested
Contact The Spectroscopical Society of Japan
TEL +81-3-3291-5221 E-mail office@bunkou.or.jp
URL http://www.bunkou.or.jp/
Programs
10:00-10:05 Opening Yuika Saito(Gakushuin University)
10:05-11:20 What can we see by Raman spectroscopy ? Hiro-o Hamaguchi( Taiwan NCTU)
11:20-12:40 Application of Raman spectroscopy to organic semiconductors Yuikio Furukawa(Waseda University)
12:40-14:30 Coffee Break -Please observe the exhibition booths  
14:30-15:45 Application of Raman spectroscopy to polymer chemistry Harumi Sato(Kobe University)
15:45-16:55 Application of Raman spectroscopy to phamaceuticals Kei Moriyama(Shujitsu University)
16:55-17:00 Closing Yuika Saito(Gakushuin University)

Laser Ablation Workshop 2018-Solution for better spatial resolution and clue for imaging analysis of nanoparticles

Organizer Discussion Group for Laser Ablation Spectrochemistry Place Conference Room 103
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)10:00-18:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free (3,000 JPY for social mixer, 18:30~) 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)
10:05-10:20 Laser ablation workshop -activities in several years and future evolution- Masaki Ohata(NMIJ/AIST)
10:20-11:00 [Special lecture 1] Quantitative analysis by galvano-laser ablation Yoshiki Makino(The University of Tokyo)
11:00-11:30 [Technical presentation 1] Application of Handheld LIBS and Microscope LIBS Yasuyuki Kishi(S.T. Japan Inc. )
11:30-13:30 Lunch and JASIS Exhibition  
13:30-14:10 [Special lecture 2] Applications of LA-ICPMS technique in gemology Ahmadjan Abduriyim(Tokyo Gem Science/GSTV Gemological Laboratory)
14:10-14:40 [Technical presenttaion 2] Developments from Elemental Scientific Lasers in the field of laser ablation solid sampling for ICP-MS Ciaran O'Connor (Electro Scientific Industries, Inc.)
14:40-15:10 [Technical presentation 3]ExciteMENT in Laser Ablation Technology Chris Lay(Teledyne CETAC Technologies )
15:10-15:20 Break  
15:20-15:50 [Special lecture 3]
Compositional analysis of ceramic capacitor with LA-ICPMS
Yoshiki Iwazaki(Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd.)
15:50-16:20 [Technical presentation 4] The advanced compact femto-second laser (IFRIT-Astraea) and its ablation system with Galvano-scanner Hitoshi Sekita, Yasushi Ishii(Cyber Laser inc.)
16:20-16:50 [Technical presentation 5]
Latest Advance in Tandem LA - LIBS Technology and Applications
Jong H. Yoo(Applied Spectra Inc. )
16:50-17:55 Open Discussion:
Solution for better spatial resolution (both the lateral and depth profiling) and clue for imaging analysis of nanoparticles
Takafumi Hirata(The University of Tokyo)
17:55-18:00 Closing remarks Takafumi Hirata(The University of Tokyo)

'The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry' and 'The Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan'

Organizer The Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan (JASIS Project) and The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry (Discussion Group of Screening Analysis) Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)11:00-12:45 Language Japanese
Please see the informations on http://www.mssj.jp/index_en.html
Admission Please see the informations on http://www.mssj.jp/index_en.html Pre-registration Required
Contact Shin Kawabata (Shimadzu Corporation)
TEL E-mail kawabata@shimadzu.co.jp
URL http://www.mssj.jp/index_en.html
Programs
11:00-12:45 [section #1] Let's know each other  
14:00-15:45 [section #2] Case study - 'Screening' as an example  

Recent Topics of Environmental Measurement and Evaluation on Management of Field and Legal Compliance

Organizer Forum on Efficient Measurement and Evaluation Methods for Environmental Management, Organization for Research and Communication on Environmental Risk of Chemicals Place Conference Room 201A
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)13:00-16:15 Language Japanese
Several analytical methods have been developed and utilized corresponding to change of regulations or user needs. By contrast, confirmation of envionmental legal compliance in minor bussiness before these analysises is important for controlng environment. In this seminar, we will introduce recent topics of environmental measurement method and evaluation of legal compliance.
Admission Free Pre-registration Unnecessary
Contact Shin-ya Urano (Institute of Environment and Resource Systems)
TEL +81-45-302-6565 E-mail jasis18@iers.co.jp
URL http://www.ecochemi.jp/index.html
Programs
13:00-13:30 Novel Application of Simplified Measurement Method by Color Identification from Work Environment Investigation to Desease Survey Ai Nakamura(GASTEC Co.)
13:30-14:00 Evaluation of Environmental Legal Compliance and Remediation Support in Bussiness Masataka Haitsuka(OSUMI Co., Ltd.)
14:00-14:30 New Development of PACKTEST Application and Peripheral Technology Takashi Nagai(KYORITSU CHEMICAL-CHECK Lab. Co.)
14:30-14:45 Break  
14:45-15:15 Unforseen Usage of Ammonia Meter by Coulometric Titration Method Hajime Terasawa(Central Kagaku Co.)
15:15-15:45 Application of Small Size Distillation Apparatus for Sevaral Types of Samples Yasunari Sakai(MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL ANALYTEC Co., LTD.)
15:45-16:15 Current State and Future of Polychlorinatied Biphenyls Related Wastes in Japan Shin-ya Urano(Institute of Environment and Resource Systems)

JSCA Seminar 2018 on International Standardization of Surface Chemical Analysis - Recent trend of international standardization in surface analysis and microbeam analysis -

Organizer Japan National Committee for Standardization of Surface Chemical Analysis (JSCA) Place Conference Room 104
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)13:00-17:00 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
13:00-13:05 Opening remark Daisuke fujita (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS))
13:05-13:20 International Standardization Strategy in JAPAN (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(METI))
13:20-13:35 Present status and future development of International Standardization for Surface Chemical Analysis (ISO/TC201) Hidehiko Nonaka (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science (AIST))
13:35-13:50 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)
13:50-14:05 Standardization of Electron Spectroscopy (XPS, AES) ~Estimation of background~ Hideki Yoshikawa(National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS))
14:05-14:20 ISO for SIMS analysis ~Summary on published ISOs and scope on ISOs under development~ Akio Takano(Toyama co. ltd.)
14:20-14:35 Standardization of Glow Discharge Spectroscopy -Progress in Apparatus for GD-MS- Kazuaki Wagatsuma(IMR, Tohoku University)
14:35-14:50 Recent progress of nanoscale standardization of scanning probe technology Hiroshi ITOH(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science (AIST))
14:50-15:05 Standardization of X-ray Reflectometry (XRR) and X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Analysis Yasushi Azuma(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science (AIST))
15:05-15:20 Standardization of Surface Characterizarion of Biomaterials Takashi Ito(Hamamatsu University School of Medicine)
15:20-15:30 Break  
15:30-15:45 International Standardization of Microbeam Analysis - Its significance, current status and challenges - Kenichi Obori(Horiba, Ltd.)
15:45-16:00 International Standardization of Microbeam Analysis "Vocaburary" - State of the Art Vocaburary and Expectations for the Future - Masaaki Sugiyama(Osaka University)
16:00-16:15 Standardization of EPMA - International Standards of Easy Elemental Microanalysis Technique ? Norihisa Mori(JEOL, Ltd.)
16:15-16:30 International Standardization of AEM ~ Standardization activity in EELS and FIB~" Kazuhito Kamei(Nippon Steel & Sumikin Technology)
16:30-16:45 Standardization of SEM ~ Introduction of the image file format TIFF used for the SEM ~ Miyuki Matsuya(JEOL Ltd. )
16:45-16:50 Closing remark Kenichi obori (Horiba, Ltd.)

AIST Dept. Materials and Chemistry seminar " Analytical evaluation technology supporting the development of functional materials "

Organizer National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Department Materials and Chemistry Place Conference Room 105
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)13:30-16:30 Language Japanese
From our discussions with representatives from the polymer and nanocarbon industries it appears that there is a great demand for the characterization of raw materials and final products. We at AIST are developing various cutting-edge methods to evaluate the chemical composition and structure of polymers and nanocarbons and actively support corporate partners solving their analytical issues. In this seminar, we will introduce several technologies and relate the discussion to practical examples of collaborative research projects with companies for the elaboration and/or quality control of new products.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required (Send attendees name, organization by e-mail)
Contact Akihiro Oishi(Research Institute for Sustainable Chemisty AIST)
TEL +81-29-861-4815 E-mail jasis-2018-dmcseminar-ml@aist.go.jp
URL http://www.aist.go.jp/aist_e/dept/en_dmc.html
Programs
13:30-13:35 Opening Address Dai Kitamoto ( Director, Research Institute for sustainable Chemistry AIST )
13:35-13:55 Strategy of Characterization and Evaluation of Polymer Materials at AIST Hiroaki Sato ( Leader, Research Institute for sustainable Chemistry AIST )
13:55-14:15 Characterization of Nanomaterials in CNT Alliance Consortium Toshiya Okazaki ( Deputy Director, CNT-Application Research Center AIST )
14:15-14:35 Characterization of As-Grown Nanomaterials and Their Dispersions Kazufumi Kobashi ( Senior Researcher, CNT-Application Research Center AIST )
14:35-14:55 Novel Characterization Method for conductive nano-material network structures Takahiro Morimoto ( Senior Researcher, CNT-Application Research Center AIST )
14:55-15:05 Break Time ?
15:05-15:25 Chemical analysis on stabilization mechanism of polymeric materials by nanocarbons Shogo Yamane ( Researcher, Research Institute for sustainable Chemistry AIST )
15:25-15:45 2D correlation analysis for polymer characterization Hideyuki Shinzawa ( Senior Researcher, Research Institute for sustainable Chemistry AIST )
15:45-16:05 Study of composite Interface by newly developed spectroscopy Ryota Watanabe ( Researcher, Research Institute for sustainable Chemistry AIST )
16:05-16:25 Evaluation of free volume in polymeric materials by positron annihilation techniques Hideaki Hagihara ( Senior Researcher, Research Institute for sustainable Chemistry AIST )
16:25-16:30 Closing Address Toshiya Okazaki ( Deputy Director, CNT-Application Research Center AIST )

Advanced measurement technique for unobservable/unmeasurable/invisible things based on AIST research

Organizer Department of Electronics and Manufacturing, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Place Conference Room 201B
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)13:30-16:30 Language Japanese
The Department of Electronics and Manufacturing in AIST is to realize a super-smart society through the development of innovative devices, materials, and manufacturing processes. In this seminar, we introduce the latest research developments about an advanced measurement technique for unobservable / unmeasurable / invisible things. The language in this seminar is Japanese, but in this Q&A session is both Japanese and English.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required (Web)
Contact Department of Electronics and Manufacturing, AIST
TEL E-mail jasis-2018-eleman-ml@aist.go.jp
URL http://www.aist.go.jp/aist_j/dept/delma.html
Programs
13:30-13:35 Opening Remarks Seigo Kanemaru(Director General, Department of Electronics and Manufacturing, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
13:35-14:00 The sensor for virus detection Makoto Fujimaki, Masato Yasuura, Hiroki Ashiba, Yuki Nakaya, Takayuki Shima(Group leader, Optical Sensing Group, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute, AIST)
14:00-14:25 Various Spectrometer made in AIST Hiromitsu Furukawa, Anri Watanabe, Takashi Fukuda, Masashi Kuwahara, Hidenobu Arimoto(Chief Senior Researcher, Optical Sensing Group, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute, AIST)
14:25-14:50 Development of high resolution magneto-optical Kerr microscope Takeshi Ogasawara(Senior Researcher, Correlated Electronics Group, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute, AIST)
14:50-15:15 Nanometer scale elemental analysis by superconducting X-ray detectors Go Fujii、Masahiro Ukibe、Shigetomo Shiki、Masataka Ohkubo(Researcher, Superconducting Spectronics Group, Nanoelectronics Research Institute, AIST)
15:15-15:40 Sensor film for the imaging of wind pressure distribution Shusuke Kanazawa, Hirobumi Ushijima(Researcher, Print Process Team, Flexible Electronics Research Center, AIST)
15:40-16:05 Lead-free piezoelectric sensors Ruiping Wang(Oxide Electronics Group, Senior Research Scientist, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute, AIST)
16:05-16:30 Muscle tweets many information Yusuke Takei(Research Scientist, Socially Implemented Sensor System Research Team, Research Center for Ubiquitous MEMS and Micro Engineering, AIST)
16:30 Closing Remarks Tetsuji Yasuda(Deputy Director General, Department of Electronics and Manufacturing, AIST)

JAIMA Seminar 4 Instrumental Analysis -Flow Analysis

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)13:50-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp/
Programs
13:50-14:00 Opening address Norio Teshima(Aichi Institute of Technology, President of JAFIA)
14:00-14:40 Revision of JIS K 0126 "General Rules for Flow Analysis" Koichi Oguma(Emeritus Prof. of Chiba University)
14:40-15:20 Revision of JIS K 0170 "Testing Methods for Water Quality by Flow Analysis" and Its Introduction into Revised JIS K 0120 "Testing methods for industrial Eiko Nakamura(Emeritus Prof. of Yokohama National University)
15:20-15:30 Break  
15:30-16:00 Sequential Injection Analysis (SIA) Introduced into "General Rules for Flow Analysis", and Activity of FIA Association for Revisions of Official Methods and JIS Keiro Higuchi(Ogawa & Co., Ltd.)
16:00-16:30 Introduction of Flow Analysis into Official Methods, and Activity of CFA Association for Revision of JIS Yorihiro Kumazawa(BL TEC K.K.)
16:30-17:00 Official Methods of Flow Analysis, and Hopes from FIA/CFA Users toward JIS Methods Yuko Iio(AQUA PULSE CO., LTD.)

JAIMA Seminar 2 Fundamental lectures on basic techniques in analytical experiments

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Convention Hall A
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)14:00-16:00 Language Japanese
This seminar is intended for beginners of analytical engineers and is composed with two lectures. The first one focuses how to handle analytical tools such as balances and pipettes properly. The second one focuses how to prepare solutions properly
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
14:00-15:00 How to prepare solutions properly Nobuo Uehara(Utsunomiya University)
15:00-16:00 How to handle balances and pipettes properly Fumihide Miyashita(Shimadzu Corporation)

JAIMA Seminar 3 Instrumental Analysis -Bio-Technology

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 301A
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Many bioanalytical methods have been developed to date, and further advance is expected for the development. In this seminar, a comprehensive explanation would be given to the cutting edge of bioanalytical methods, such as bioimaging, optogenetics and genome editing.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
14:00-14:10 Introductory Remarks Moritoshi Sato(The University of Tokyo)
14:10-15:20 The cutting edge of bioanalytical methods (1) Moritoshi Sato(The University of Tokyo)
15:30-16:50 The cutting edge of bioanalytical methods (2) Moritoshi Sato(The University of Tokyo)
16:50-17:00 Closing Remarks Moritoshi Sato(The University of Tokyo)

JAIMA Seminar 5 Instrumental Analysis -Thermal Analysis

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 303
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
This seminar is a free seminar for analysis working member's introduction for the middle class on the theme Instrumental Analysis -Thermal
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
14:00-14:10 Opening Remarks Takahisa Tsugoshi(AIST)
14:10-14:45 What 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.)

International Conference Session 1 Asia Technical Forum 2018 "Food Safety and Security in Asia"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conferende room 301B
Date Sept.5 (Wed.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Asia Technical Forum entitled "Food Safety and Security in Asia" is organized to present the latest situation of food science and food safety by specialists from Asian countries such as India, Thailand, Vietnam, 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, for the first time, a lecture on food standards and safety regulations in India will be presented.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact JASIS Office Mail
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
14:05-14:45 Food Standards and Safety Regulations: India Perspective Nilesh Amrikar, Managing Director, Envirocare Labs Pvt. Ltd. India
14:45-15:25 Accurate determination of benzo(a)pyrene in edible oils by ID-GC/MS Song-Yee Baek, Division of Chemical and Medical Metrology, Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS), Korea
15:25-15:35 Break  
15:35-16:15 Detection of porcine DNA in gelatin used in food supplements by real time PCR Duangkamol Charoenwong, Industrial Metrology and Testing Service Centre, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research, Thailand
16:15-16:55 Reference Testing and Proficiency Testing - Obstacles and Chances for Cooperation
Tran Dang Ninh (Director, Reference Testing and Agrifood Quality Consultancy Center, Vietnam)
16:55-17:00 Closing Remarks Takeshi Kawamoto, Chairman of International Affairs Committee, JAIMA

Practical surface analysis ? knowledge of surface analysis for beginners

Organizer Surface Analysis Society of Japan Place Conference Room 104
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)09:00-17:00 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 Introduction to Surface Analysis K. Yanagiuchi (TDK CORPORATION)
10:05-11:00 The basis of AES/XPS/SIMS K. Yoshihara (Adviser Emeritus, NIMS)
11:00-13:00 Lunch Break and JASIS 2018  
13:00-13:55 Sample handling and sample pretreatment S. Araki(NISSAN ARC, LTD.)
13:55-14:50 Introduction to TOF-SIMS analysis for beginners H. Itoh(KONICA MINOLTA, INC.)
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 Ltd.)
16:50-17:00 Closing  

JAIMA Seminar 8 Instrumental Analysis -LC

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 303
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)09:30-17:30 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
09:30-09:45 Organizer's guidance Hiroshi Nakamura (Tokyo University of Science)
09:45-10:25 The art of HPLC: Its quintessence Hiroshi Nakamura (Tokyo University of Science)
10:30-11:10 The art of selecting solvents and reagents Ryosuke Kon(FUJIFILM Wako Pure Chemical Corporation)
11:15-11:55 The art of pretreatment Hisashi Kato (Biotage Japan Ltd.)
11:55-14:00 Coffee Break~Please observe the exhibition booths  
14:00-14:40 The art of separation Hiroki Kumagai(Agilent Technologies Japan,Ltd.)
14:45-15:25 The art of detection Hirohisa Mikami(Shimadzu General Services, Inc. )
15:30-16:10 The art of LC/MS Masaaki Takezawa(Toray Research Center, Inc.)
16:15-16:55 The art of troubleshooting Kazuo Watanabe (Restek Japan)
17:00-17:30 General discussion  

International Conference Session 2 RSC Tokyo International Conference 2018 Future of Single Cell Analysis (1/2)

Organizer The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Convention Hall B
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)09:30-17:40 Language Japanese
The RSC Tokyo International Conference 2018 will be held by The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA). Latest research will be introduced by the distinguished lecturers in the world, and young researchers will discuss analytical chemistry/instruments at Flash Presentation and Poster Session.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact Kyoichi Komori (JAIMA)
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp/
Programs
09:30-09:40 Opening Remark  
09:40-10:20 [Plenary Lecture 1] Tools for Single Cell and Single Molecule Analyses in Biological Samples Ulf Landegren(Uppsala University, Sweden )
10:20-11:05 Flash Presentation 1  
11:05-11:20 Break  
11:20-11:40 TBA Hiromitsu Urakami(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  
15:25-15:55 [Invited Lecture 1] Single Cell and Single Protein Analysis by Nanofluidic Technologies Kazuma Mawatari(The University of Tokyo, Japan )
15:55-16:10 Break  
16:10-16:40 [Invited Lecture 2] Optical Control of Living Systems Moritoshi Sato(The University of Tokyo, Japan )
16:40-17:40 Poster Session 2  

D2K Science that links baseline and clinical studies

Organizer Institute for Cyber Associates (ICA) Place Conference Room 304
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)09:55-16:40 Language Japanese
In the next generation health care led by digital and genome sequencing technologies how to link personal-based daily health records and medical records accumulated at clinical institutions will become important. The former relates to the so called baseline studies while the latter relates to clinical studies. For linking these two different modes of health records it is necessary to build some open collaborative platform that manages heterogeneous healthcare and clinical data.
Admission Free Pre-registration CCRecommended (from ICA website;)
Contact Komiyama, Ozawa
TEL E-mail mail@join-ica.org
URL http://join-ica.org/ica/
Programs
09:50-10:05 Opening Remarks  
10:05-11:00 What is baseline studies?  
11:00-12:00 Sensors for Point of Care  
12:00-14:00 Luch break - Exhibition both tour Sponsered Session: Dificulty for obtaining evidences  
14:00-16:00 Emerging needs for D2K Scientists  
16:00-16:30 Discussion: Action plans and obstacles  
16:30-16:40 Closing Remarks and name cards exchanges  

JAIMA Seminar 7 Fundamental lectures on analyzing data

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)10:00-12:00 Language Japanese
This seminar is intended for beginners of analytical technicians and composed of two lectures. The first one focuses on how to deal with measured values to obtain analytical results for reports. The second one focuses on how to understand "measurement uncertainty", which sometimes annoys beginners when analyzing measurement results.
Admission Free Pre-registration Requred
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
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" Hideyuki Tanaka(National institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

SPring-8/SACLA

Organizer RIKEN SPring-8 Center Place Conference Room 301B
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)10:00-12:00 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)

JAIMA Seminar 6 Instrumental Analysis -X-Ray Florescence (XRF)-

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 103
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)10:00-12:30 Language Japanese
X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry has been routinely employed for simple and convenient determination of major and minor elements in solid and powder samples because the analytical method does not require liquefaction of the samples. This seminar reviews principle, characteristics, and know-how of XRF analysis. First speaker, Ichikawa, explains sample thickness and particle size effect based on escape depth of X-ray and sample preparation techniques for reliable quantitative analysis. Second speaker, Shibata, describes qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis using fundamental parameter method and calibration curve method for various liquid and solid samples. Third speaker, Nakano, explains types and usages of reference materials for apparatus calibration and evaluation of analytical values.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
10:00-10:50 Sample preparation technique based on escape depth of X-ray Shintaro Ichikawa(Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Fukuoka University)
10:50-11:40 Comparison and quantitative performance in sample preparation for powder and liquid Yasuhiro Shibata(Application Department, X-ray Division, Bruker Japan K.K. )
11:40-12:30 Reference materials and their use for XRF analysis Kazuhiko Nakano(Department of Environmental Science, School of Life and Environmental Science, Azabu University)

Terahertz Spectroscopy and Low-Frequency Raman Spectroscopy

Organizer The Spectroscopical Society of Japan Place Conference Room 101
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)10:00-17:10 Language Japanese
This seminar targets biginners and intermediate level of terahertz (THz) users. Basis of THz spectroscopy such as spectroscopic system, imaging, multivariate analysis, and broadband spectroscopy will be lectured. Also, the latest topics of metamaterials, pharmaceutical inspection, low frequency Rama spectroscopy will be reviewed.
Admission regular member:8,000 JPY, regular non-member:12,000 JPY, student member:3,000 JPY, student non-member:6,000 JPY Pre-registration requested
Contact The Spectroscopical Society of Japan
TEL +81-3-3291-5221 E-mail office@bunkou.or.jp
URL http://www.bunkou.or.jp/
Programs
10:00-10:05 Opening Hiromichi Hoshina(RIKEN)
10:05-11:10 Basic of THz spectroscopy Hiromichi Hoshina(RIKEN)
11:10-12:05 THz spectroscopy of metamaterials Fumiaki Miyamaru(Shinsyu University)
12:05-14:00 Coffee Break〜Please observe the exhibition booths  
14:00-15:05 THz spectroscopy of aqueous solution Keiichiro Shiraga(RIKEN)
15:05-16:10 THz and low-frequency Raman spectroscopuy of polymers Harumi Sato(Kobe University)
16:10-17:05 Terahertz-Raman spectroscopy and its applications James Carriere(ONDAX, INC.)
17:05-17:10 Closing Harumi Sato(Kobe University)

NMIJ Reference Material Seminar 2018: Roles of Reference Materials in Regulations and Standards

Organizer National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ) / National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Place International Conference Room
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)10:30-16:15 Language Japanese
NMIJ is taking various actions to assure reliability in reference materials and proficiency testing. NMIJ opens NMIJ Reference Material Seminar 2018 relating quality assurance of reference materials and proficiency testing in regulations and standards. We warmly welcome all of you concerning quality assurance in chemical analysis including reference material users to this seminar.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required (E-mail: mail, Title: Participation to NMIJ RM seminar, Body: Name, Affilation, E-mail address)
Contact Yoshitaka Shimizu (NMIJ)
TEL +81-29-861-4118 E-mail nmij-rmseminar2018-ml@aist.go.jp
URL https://www.nmij.jp/english/
Programs
10:30-10:35 Greetings and Opening Remarks Toshiyuki Fujimoto(Deputy Director General, Research Promotion Division, NMIJ)
10:35-11:05 Basic Knowledge of Reference Materials Nobuyasu Hanari(Leader, Organic Analytical Standards Group, Research Institute for Mateiral and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)
11:05-11:35 Reference Materials and Metrological Traceability Yuko Kitamaki(Senior Researcher, Organic Primary Standards Group, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)
11:35-11:55 Recent Activities of NMIJ Yoshitaka Shimizu(Associate Manager, NMIJ Public Relations Office, Center for Quality Management of Metrology, NMIJ)
11:55-14:00 Break - Please visit the exhibition booths  
14:00-14:45 Topic Redefinition of the Kilogram and the Mole Based on Fundamental Physical Constants Kenichi Fujii(Prime Senior Researcher, Research Institute for Engineering Measurement, NMIJ)
14:45-15:10 Metrological Quality of Standard Solutions for Quality Inspection of Tap Water Toshihide Ihara(Principal Research Manager, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)
15:10-15:40 Needs of Reference Materials in the Soil Contamination Countermeasures Act Yoshihiko Suzuki(Technical Adviser, Geo-Environmental Protection Center (Kurita Water Industries Ltd.))
15:40-16:10 Activities of Proficiency Testing Program Provided by Japan Environmental Measurement and Chemical Analysis Association Satoko Umino(Japan Environmental Measurement and Chemical Analysis Association)
16:10-16:15 Closing Remarks Akiko Takatsu(Director, Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement, NMIJ)

Food Analysis topics〜Advanced tecnology for target and nontarget analysis

Organizer Japanese Society for Food Hygiene and Safety Place Conference Room 105
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)13:00-16:30 Language Japanese
Sometimes, chemical substances used in production and processing are unavoidably left in our food. In order to deal with these substances, rapid and effective analysis is required.
In this seminar, we provide analytical information so that we are able to properly manage the problem. Comprehensive Analysis is the main theme for food analysis. We will use some examples to explain the methodology.
Admission Advance ticket (jpy): Member 3,000, Nonmember 6,000, Student free Day ticket (jpy): Member 4,000, Nonmember 8,000, Student free Pre-registration Required WEB from the middle of July, Deadline August 31)
Contact office (charge: Kato)
TEL +81-3-3470-2933 E-mail koenkai@foodhyg.or.jp
URL http://shokuhineisei.or.jp/
Programs
13:00-13:05 Introductory Remarks Bon Kimura(President of JSFHS)
13:05-13:50 A Guide to the “Fitness for purpose” for analytical procedure Yoshizumi Takigawa, Takashi Yamagami(Agilent Co.,Ltd.
Nishikawa Keisoku Co.,Ltd.)
13:50-14:35 A Guide to MALDI-TOFMS (Application to different field) Takashi Miyashita(Kewpie Co.,Ltd.)
14:35-14:50 Coffee Break~Please observe the exhibition booths
14:50-15:35 A Guide to Orbitrap-LCMS screening for Mycotoxin glycosides(provisionally) Hiroyuki Nakagawa(Food Research Institute, NARO)
15:35-16:25 A Guide to the Omics analysis (Qualitative food evaluation based on Metabolomics) Yoko Iijima(Kanagawa Institute of Technology)
16:25-16:30 Closing Remarks Yoshiko Konishi(Vice president of JSFHS)

Creation of analytical service business in foreign markets

Organizer PAI-NET Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)13:00-16:30 Language Japanese
Admission Charged (2,000) Pre-registration Required (Web)
Contact Shoko Uemura
TEL +81-3-5294-3115 E-mail headoffice@pai-net.or.jp
URL http://pai-net.or.jp/seminar/list/
Programs

The technical seminar for drinking water analysis in 2018

Organizer Association Examination and lnspection for Supplied Water Place Conference Room 103
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)13:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission 5,000( Members of Association ) Pre-registration Required (Web)
Contact Izumi Oowada
TEL +81-44-270-4375 E-mail oowada@kyueikyo.jp
URL http://www.kyueikyo.jp/
Programs
12:30-13:00 Reception time  
13:00-13:10 Opening Remarks Akio Okumura(Association Examination and lnspection for Supplied Water chairman)
13:10-14:40 The latest information about the revision of tap water inspection method Norihiro Kobayashi(National Institute of Health Sciences Division of Environmental Chemistry)
14:40-14:50 Break time  
14:50-15:50 The performance evaluation of the full-automatic sample pre-treatment equipment and application to the tap water examination Noriko Tada(Kyoto Prefectural Institute of Public Health and Environment Division of Water Quality)
15:50-16:50 Difference of a state and the detection reply of the background at the time of the electric conductivity detection (Thermo Fisher Scientific K.K.)
17:20-19:20 Exchange of information (Hotel Green Tower TEL:043-296-1122 (5 min. walk from the meeting place))

Project for Promoting Public Utilization of Advanced Research Infrastructure Symposium 2018

Organizer Ministry of Education, Cluture,Sports,Science and Technology-Japan (MEXT) Place Conference Room 201
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)13:10-17:00 Language Japanese
In MEXT, we promote effective utilization and utilization of common and fundamental facilities and facilities used for a wide range of research and development areas related to science and technology and various research institutes of industry, academia and government. Project for Promoting Public Utilization of Advanced Research Infrastructure is implemented for the purpose of constructing a mutual networking of facilities and to improve convenience, mutual complementarity, etc.In this symposium, we will introduce the contents and achievements of this project.
Admission Free Pre-registration Not Required
Contact Mizuta
TEL +81-3-6734-4098 E-mail mizuta-g@mext.go.jp
URL https://www.jst.go.jp/shincho/program/pfkeisei.html
Programs
13:10-13:30 Introduction "The Project for promoting public utilization" and "this symposium" (MEXT)
13:30-13:35 NMR platform: The largest network of NMR infrastructures in Japan Takanori Kigawa (Team Leader, Laboratory for Cellular Structural Biology, RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research (BDR))
13:35-13:40 Efforts and achievements of Atomic and Molecular microscopic imaging platform Kotaro Abe(Project Assistant, CRIS, Hokkaido University)
13:40-13:45 Clinical mass spectrometer platform Hisashi Hirano, Hiroyuki Kagawa(Advanced Medical Reserch Center,Yokohama City University)
13:45-13:50 The Current Progress of the Photon-beam Platform Project Hiroshi Ban(Research Fellow, Institute of Materials Structure Science, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization)
13:50-13:55 Overview and Results of Experimental and Computational Fluid Dynamics Sharing Platform Hiroaki Nishikawa(Research Scientist, Center for Earth Information Science and Technology, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
13:55-14:00 Efforts and achievements: the Platform of shared Facilities for Atomic Resolution Electromagnetic Field Analysis Hiroyuki Shinada(Senior Chief Researcher, Center for Exploratory Research, Research & Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.)
14:00-14:10 Break  
14:10-14:20 Advanced Research Infrastructure Strategy at Hokkaido University Ryuta Sasaki (Assistant Professor・Vice Director, Global Facility Center, Creative Research Institution, Hokkaido University)
14:20-14:30 Institute of Innovative Research Laboratory for Future Interdisciplinary Research of Science and Technology Kazuo Tsutsui(Professor, Institute of Innovative Research? Laboratory for Future Interdisciplinary Research of Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
14:30-14:40 Activities at Nanotechnology Research Center, TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY(TCU) Takuya Maruizumi(Director,Nanotechnology Research Center, Vice-President,TOKYO CITY UNIVERSITY)
14:40-14:50 The innovation ecosystem can be realized by open facilities Osamu Eryu(Vice President, Head of Organization for Co-Creation Research and Social Contributions, Nagoya Institute of Technology)
14:50-15:10 Renovation of 20-year-old clean room and formation of shared nanofab Masahiro Yoshimoto(Trustee, Vice-President, Kyoto Institute of Technology)
15:10-15:20 Coordination between life science and natural science fields via whole-college communal system development Jitsuya Uemura(Chief, Research Support Promotion Office, Kumamoto University)
15:20-15:30 Break  
15:30-17:00 Panel discussion ((coordinator)TBD (Panelist)Hokkaido University, Nagoya City University,Tokyo City University, Tokyo Unstitute og Technology, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kumamoto University)

International Conference Session 3 China Forum 2018 "Latest Trends and Development of Analytical Instruments, Environmental Protection, Health Care, and Food Safety in China"

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers’ Association (JAIMA) Place Conferende room 301B
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)13:30-17:00 Language Japanese
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 analytical instruments and detection market in China, latest developments of on-site analysis by mass spectrometry, national biomonitoring project of China and its application in Shanghai, challenges and perspectives of the monitoring of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in China, and quality and safety of feed in China will be delivered.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact JASIS Office Mail
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
13:30-13:35 Introductory Remarks Gon-emon Kurihara(President of JAIMA)
13:35-14:15 Analytical Instruments and Detection Market in China Wang Zhengfan(China Association of Instrumental Analysis)
14:15-14:55 On-site analysis by mass spectrometry and its application Zhang X?nron(Tsinghua University and China Association of Instrumental Analysis)
14:55-15:00 Break  
15:00 National Biomonitoring Projects of China and Its Current Application in Shanghai Wang Guoquan(Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control &Prevention)
15:40-16:20 The Monitoring of Persistent Organic Pollutants: Challenge and Perspectives Zheng Minghui(Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
16:20-17:00 Feed supervise and technology research of quality & safety in China Fan Xia(Institute of Quality Standard and Testing Technology for Agro-Products, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences [China National Feed Quality Control Center)
17:00 Closing Remarks Takeshi Kawamoto(Chairman of International Affairs Committee, JAIMA)

JAIMA Seminar 9 Instrumental Analysis -GC

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
14:00-14:10 Opening address Tsuneaki Maeda(PAI Net)
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 eyesKazutoshi Sugita( Azabu Univ.)
16:50-17:00 Question / Discussion  

Construction of Measurement and Characterization Platforms for Innovation: Past Actions and Future Prospects

Organizer Science Council of Japan (SCJ) / Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS); University-Industry Cooperative Research Committees-The 193rd Committee / Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) / The Japan Society of Analytical Place Conference Room 301A
Date Sept.6 (Thu.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
We are rapidly entering the era of big-data and AI utilization in the industrial field of "monodukuri (manufacturing)". Therefore, we must consider a breakthrough approach to measurement/characterization technologies which form useful basis for manufacturing. In this symposium, recent trials for the construction of measurement/characterization platform suitable for use with big-data and AI technology. We look forward to discussing future innovation by measurement and characterization technologies with you.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required (Web)
Contact Takae Takeuchi (Science Council of Japan, Nara Women's University,)
TEL +81-742-20-3966 E-mail takeuchi_t@cc.nara-wu.ac.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp/en/
Programs
14:00-14:05 Opening remarks Yukari Sato(National Institute od Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
14:05-14:25 Establishment of analytical platform: backgroud and future prospect for the activities of JSPS 193 committee Shingo Ichimura(Waseda University)
14:25-14:45 Introducing "Developments and Innovations in Joint-Use Platform Design, Advanced Analysis Techniques and Metering Equipment Centers" Takae Takeuchi(Nara Women's Univeristy)
14:45-15:05 AI and Its Prospect for Nano-Technology and Advanced Measurement Takashi Washio(Osaka University)
15:05-15:20 Break  
  【Special Session on the research and development of innovative analysis and evaluation technology with adaptability to big data (NEDO Advanced Research Program for Energy and Environmental Technologies) 】 Yoshiteru Yasuda(Moderator)(HORIBA Ltd.)
15:20-15:30 Introduction of research and development of innovative analysis/evaluation technology with adaptability to big data Toshihisa Nakagawa(SHIMADZU Corporation)
15:30-15:50 Toward the formation of analytical platform for CPS-type multiple analysis 1 -R & D of data converters using a standard data format - Takuo Yasunaga(Kyushu Institute of Technology)
15:50-16:10 Toward the formation of analytical platform for CPS-type multiple analysis 2 -Trial of precise position adjustment using common sample holder- Hidemi Ohashi and Hisashi Sugisawa(JEOL Ltd.)
16:10-16:30 Toward integrated analysis/evaluation technology for nano materials 1 -Development of the prototype of an integrated data viewer- Satoshi Yamamoto(SHIMADZU Corporation)
16:30-16:50 Toward integrated analysis/evaluation technology for nano materials 1 -Development of analytical platoform with metrological traceability and reliability Toshiyuki Fujimoto(National Institute od Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
16:50-17:00 Discussion and Summary Ryuichiro Tamochi(Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation)

International Conference Session 2 RSC Tokyo International Conference 2018 Future of Single Cell Analysis (1/2)

Organizer The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Convention Hall B
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)09:30-16:50 Language Japanese
The RSC Tokyo International Conference 2018 will be held by The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA). Latest research will be introduced by the distinguished lecturers in the world, and young researchers will discuss analytical chemistry/instruments at Flash Presentation and Poster Session.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact Kyoichi Komori (JAIMA)
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp/
Programs
09:30-10:15 Flash Presentation 3  
10:15-10:55 [Plenary Lecture 2] TBA Amy E. Herr(University of California at Berkeley, USA)
10:55-11:10 Break  
11:10-11:40 [Invited Lecture 3] TBA Xingyu Jiang(University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
11:40-12:10 [Invited Lecture 4] Microfluidic Elongated DNA Molecules Visualize their Sequence Information Kyubong Jo(Sogang University, Korea )
12:10-14:10 Lunch Break & Exhibition  
14:10-15:10 Poster Session 3  
15:10-15:40 [Invited Lecture 5] An Assessment of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Aging by Microfluidic Devices Single-cell deformability measurements on a chip Noritada Kaji(Kyushu university, Japan )
15:40-15:55 Break  
15:55-16:30 [Keynote Lecture 1] The Power of Raman Spectroscopy for Protein and Nucleic Acid Determination Lorna Ashton(Lancaster University, UK )
16:30-16:50 Award Ceremony & Closing  

High Pressure Gas and Analytical Instruments

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments manufacturers' Association/The High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan Place Conferende room 301B
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)10:00-11:50 Language Japanese
Supercritical Fluid Extraction/Chromatoguraphy System that meets the specified requirements had became the exemption of application to High Pressure Gas Safety Act by the related law ammendment on November 1st in 2016. JAIMA established the joint regulation with The High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan (KHK) to keep the proper manufacturering and providing of the system. Outline of the regulation and application that is expected to apread will be introduced in this session.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact Kyoichi Komori (JAIMA)
TEL E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL
Programs
10:00-10:10 JAIMA Activities for SFE/SFC and High Pressure Gas Safety Act Kyoichi Komori(Japan Analytical Instruments manufacturers' Association)
10:10-10:30 Publication of Joint Standard (KHK/JAIMA S 0901) and Establishment of Certification System Kenji Oyamada(The High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan)
10:30-10:50 Outline of Joint Standard KHK/JAIMA S 0901"Standard for Supercritical Extractoin/Chromatography System" Kyoichi Komori(Japan Analytical Instruments manufacturers' Association)
10:50-11:10 Introduction of the Guideline Yosuke Iwata(Joint Standard WG (Japan Analytical Instruments manufacturers' Association))
11:10-11:30 Application of SFE/SFC Takashi Ando(Food Research Organization)
11:30-11:50 Columns for SFC Ichiro Okamoto(Daicel Corporation)

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

Organizer Japan Scientific Instruments Association Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)10:00-12:00 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 2,000, Non-members 4,000 Pre-registration Required (Web)
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 10 Instrumental Analysis -MS

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)10:00-13:00 Language Japanese
Basic knowledge of an analytical instrument is key essential for getting a great performance of the instrument. In this seminar, knowledge of ionization and interpretation of mass spectra for organic mass spectrometry, and practical guides to quantitative LC/MS and ICP-MS will be presented.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
10:00-10:30 Introduction of Mass Spectrometry: Ionization and Interpretation of Mass Spectra Tomoya Kinumi(National Metrology Institute of Japan/AIST )
10:30-12:00 Basics of LC/MS Akira Motoyama (Shiseido Global Innovation Center)
12:00-13:00 Practical Guide to ICP-MS -How to use collision/reaction cell method Naoko Nonose(National Metrology Institute of Japan/AIST)

The 4th Symposium of Research Institute for Measurement and Analytical Instrumentation (RIMA) ? Extreme measurement and analysis for accelerating R&D innovation -

Organizer Research Institute for Measurement and Analytical Instrumentation (RIMA), National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Place International Conference Room
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)10:00-15:30 Language Japanese
We, RIMA, do R&D aiming at materials evaluation and defects characterization that can provide useful measurement data for the development of new materials or industrial products, and also aiming at leading-edge and fundamental measurement technologies of microscopy and spectroscopy using probes such as scanning tip, ion beam, ultrashort pulsed-laser beam and others. In this symposium, we introduce technologies for the measurement standards and advanced analyses realizing the next-generation materials, devices and applications with the use of those technologies.
Admission Free Pre-registration Registration required from the URL below, 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-sympo-ml@aist.go.jp
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/rima/ja/event/index.html
Programs
10:00 Opening remarks  
10:00-10:15 Introduction talk Hidehiko NONAKA(Director, Reserch Institute of Measurement and Analytical Instrumentation (RIMA))
10:15-11:00 [Invited Talk]Dynamics observation of matter under extreme environments using power laser and X-ray free electron laser
Norimasa OZAKI (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University)
11:00-11:30 Power measurement of ultra-high intensity X-ray pulse laser supporting advanced research Takahiro TANAKA (Ionizing Radiation Standard Group, RIMA)
11:30-12:00 Positron-based evaluation technology of ultrafine defect Brian O'ROURKE ( X-ray and Positron Measurement Group, RIMA )
12:00-12:45 Lunch & Poster presentation  
12:45-13:15 [Posters (Core time)]Recent research results of RIMA  
13:15-14:00 [Invited Talk]Development of "photon microscope" to observe extremely weak light with single photon level Daiji FUKUDA(Group Leader, Quantum Optical Measurement Group, Reserch Institute for Physical Measurement, NMIJ, AIST)
14:00-14:30 Optical interferometric cross-sectional imaging based on quantum-mimetics Tomohiro SHIRAI(Nanoscale Spectroscopic Measurement Group, RIMA)
14:30-15:00 Quantitative measurement of ultrafine surface properties Hiroshi ITO(Nanoscopic Measurement Group, RIMA)
15:00-15:30 Measurement of properties of carbon-based materials under ultra high-temperature and analysis of the results Tetsuo IWASHITA(Non-destructive Measurement Group , RIMA)
15:30 Closing remarks  

JASIS2018 JEMCA seminar -JIS K 0102, ISO/IEC 17025, the points of a revision-

Organizer Japan Environmental Measurement and Chemical Analysis Association (JEMCA) Place Conference Room 201
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)10:00-16:00 Language Japanese
AM:To save labor, reduce cost and reduce environmental impact for analysis, trend of revision for JIS K 0102 ( Testing methods for industrial wastewater) is introduced.
PM:ISO / IEC 17025 was revised in Nov. 2017. We will explain the laboratory accreditation system by ISO/IEC 17025 and the points of assessments to laboratories considering new application or transition to the ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required (Web)
Contact Murota
TEL +81-3-8782-811 E-mail jemcaeducation@jemca.or.jp
URL https://www.jemca.or.jp/
Programs
09:55-10:00 Introductory Remarks
10:00-12:00 The latest trend of revised JIS K 0102 testing method for industrial wastewater Kayo Ohno(Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI) )
12:00-14:00 Coffee Break
14:00-16:00 The laboratory accreditation system by ISO/IEC 17025 and the points of assessments Yosuke Tajima(Japan Accrediatation Board)

Electrical measurement technique with scanning probe microscope

Organizer SPM division of Japanese Microscopy Society Place Conference Room 105
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)10:00-16:30 Language Japanese
Advanced technology of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) for practical materials and devices are the main topics of the seminar. Fundamental analytical technology for nanoscale electronic- and material- properties will be discussed. New products will also be introduced from SPM manufacturer.
Admission 3500 JPY (Free for Student) Pre-registration Deadline : 8/30(Thursday) (Send E-mail to mail) (Title should be "SPM Seminar JASIS")
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
10:00-10:05 Opening Remark H. ITOH(AIST)
10:05-11:00 Operand measurement of batteries with scaninng probe microscope D. FUJITA(NIMS)
11:00-11:25 Calibration of KPFM for carrier concentration in Si A. HONDA(AIST)
11:25-12:00 Inbtorduction of new protducts (SPM VENDORS)
12:00-14:00 Lunch time  
14:00-14:05 Announcement from organizer H. ITOH(AIST)
14:05-14:55 Kelvin-Probe Force Microscopy (Lecture) K. KOBAYASHI(Kyoto University)
14:55-15:50 Scattering-type scanning near-field optical microscopy as a versatile tool for optical imaging and spectroscopy with nanoscale resolution A. Reich(Neaspec GmbH)
15:50-16:20 Local magnetic imaging with diamond probe T. An
16:20-16:30 Closing Remark  

Multiple Regression Analysis using PLS

Organizer The Spectroscopical Society of Japan Place Conference Room 101
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)10:00-17:00 Language Japanese
This seminar overviews tips about multiple regression analysis of a spectral data set using partial least squares (PLS) regression.
Admission regular member:8,000 JPY, regular non-member:12,000 JPY, student member:3,000 JPY, student non-member:6,000 JPY Pre-registration requested
Contact The Spectroscopical Society of Japan
TEL +81-3-3291-5221 E-mail office@bunkou.or.jp
URL http://www.bunkou.or.jp/
Programs
10:00-10:05 Opniong Address Shigeaki Morita(Osaka Electro-Communication University)
10:05-11:25 Basic Concepts in PLS Tetsuya Inagaki(Nagoya University)
11:25-14:00 Coffee Break~Please observe the exhibition booths  
14:00-14:40 Numerical Computation of PLS Takuma Genkawa(University of Tsukuba)
14:40-15:35 Spectral Pretreatment Takuma Genkawa(University of Tsukuba)
15:35-16:55 Practical Data Analysis using PLS Eizo Taira(University of the Ryukyus)
16:55-17:00 Closing Remarks Shigeaki Morita(Osaka Electro-Communication University)

Strategic Bio-banking and Innovation in Medicine

Organizer Japan Multiplex bio-Analysis Consortium (JMAC) Place Conference Room 304
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)12:30-17:00 Language Japanese
Installation of biobanking facilities is on progress especially in the major medical research centers, and the accumulation of bio specimen and associated data has been started. From now on, there will be a high expectation for the access to the samples and data, and their utilization by the researchers including industrial developers. In this forum, new ideas of activating biobanking business models will be introduced and shared by the speakers. Biobanking will not be successful without the cooperation between academia, government, and industries. Participation of stakeholders are greatly welcome.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required (Web)(deadline:Sept.1)
Contact Naoko SHOBAYASHI
TEL +81-3-6261-1947 E-mail jasis2018@jmac.or.jp
URL https://www.jmac.or.jp/en/
Programs
12:00 Door Open  
12:30-12:35 Opening Address  
12:35-12:50 Strategic biobanking at the global standard level Dr. Hiroki Nakae (Chair)(JMAC/CIBER)
12:50-13:20 Ultra low-cost cell-preservation method created by using antifreeze protein Prof. Sakae Tsuda(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)/ Faculty of Life Science, Hokkaido University(HU) )
13:20-13:50 Utilization of unmanned aerial vehicles Dr. Takuma Sadamori(Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Hiroshima University)
13:50-14:20 Japanese genome reference standards for better biobanking Dr. Yasunari Yamanaka(RIKEN/CIBER)
14:20-14:40 Break -(-)
14:40-15:10 How to use Biobanks in In-vitro Diagnostic R&D Mr. Hiroyuki Uchiyama(JACRI/Nissui Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd./CIBER)
15:10-15:40 Pre-competitive collaborations for acceleration of industrial application of Human Microbiome Research Dr. Jun Terauchi(Japan Microbiome Consortium/Ono Pharmaceutical Co.,Ltd.)
15:40-16:10 Establishment of plasma metabolome and proteome database in human for the promising drug development Dr. Tomohiro Andou(Axcelead Drug Discovery Partners Inc., Research Division, Integrated Biology, Platform Technology)
16:10-16:25 Introduction of CIBER Dr. Koh Furuta(Kanagawa Cancer Center/CIBER)
16:25-16:55 Panel Discussion  
16:55-17:00 Closing Remarks Dr. Hiroyuki Kobayashi (Chair)(Axcelead Drug Discovery Partners Inc./CIBER)

JAIMA Seminar 11 Instrumental Analysis -IC

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 303, 3rd Floor of International Conference Hal
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)13:00-10:30 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs

Analysis and Evaluation Techniques for Biomimetics

Organizer Reaearch Group on Biomimetics, The Society of Polymer Science, Japan (SPSJ) Place Conference Room 104
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)13:00-16:50 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; 2160JPY, Academic and Public Office; 1080JPY, Student; 1080JPY Pre-registration Required. Please visit the URL (Web).
Contact Takashi Mihara (The Society of Polymer Science, Japan)
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, The Society of Polymer Science, Japan)
13:05-13:35 The Measurement Evaluation Technology for Natural History by Latest Micro X-ray CT System. Satoshi Iguchi, Masami Edahiro(Shimadzu Corporation)
13:35-14:05 Nanoscale Structural Analyses by Synchrotron Radiation and Biomimetics Akira Saito(Osaka University)
14:05-14:35 The Electron Microscopic Analysis for Subcellular Structures of Living Biological Specimens by the NanoSuit Yasuharu Takaku(Hamamatsu University School of Medicine)
14:35-15:05 Novel Antifouling Surfaces by Analysis of the Pre-settlement Behavior of Barnacles Takayuki Murosaki(Asahikawa Medical University)
15:05-15:15 Break  
15:15-15:45 The Study of Bile Duct Stent Having Antifouling Properties Using Biomimetics Technique Atsushi Sekiguchi (Litho Tech Japan Corporation)
15:45-16:15 Recent Progress in Self-Healable Superhydrophobic/Superhydrophilic Surfaces Atsushi Hozumi(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
16:15-16:45 Biomimetics Database and Knowledge Infrastructure Masao Hirasaka(The Society of Polymer Science, Japan)
16:45-16:50 Closing Remarks Masatsugu Shimomura(Chairperson of the Research Group on Biomimetics, The Society of Polymer Science, Japan)

The latest information on analysis and evaluation methods of environmental microorganisms, From real-time measurement to DNA analysis

Organizer Society of Indoor Environment, Japan (SIEJ) Place Conference Room 105
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)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(mail)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 Past, present, future of analysis method of environmental microorganisms Sumiyo Ishimatsu(Associate Professor, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan, School of Health Sciences, Department of Environmental Management and Control )
13:55-14:20 The principle of Illumina Next-Generation Sequencer and its application for environmental study/research Takafumi Kobayashi(Technical Sales Specialist, APJ Sales Specialist Team, Illumina K.K.)
14:20-14:45 Microbial identification method and bacterial flora analysis with DNA sequencing Naoki Umeda(Deputy Manager, Sales Department, TAKARA BIO INC. )
14:45-15:00 Break time  
15:00-15:25 Real time floating bacteria measurement in grade A environment Takayuki Yuhki ("Chief Engineer, Project Management Department, Sharp Life Science Corp.)
15:25-15:50 Real-time airborne viable particle counting by laser induced fluorescence sensing and it's applications Nobuyuki Kawagoe(Clean Engineering Div., Nitta Corporation)
15:50-16:15 Simple and rapid microbiological identification by MALDI-TOF MS Sachie Sekiguchi(Manager, Marketing Department, BioMerieux Japan Ltd.)
16:15-16:40 Development of monitoring system of atmospheric virus using gas phase flow cytometer Akitake Tamura(Expert, Innovative Technology Planning Dept., TOKYO ELECTRON LIMITED)
16:40-16:55 Discussion  
16:55-17:00 General overview Sumiyo Ishimatsu(University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan,)

Japan-Korea Technology Information Exchange Seminar

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers’ Association (JAIMA) Place Conferende room 301B
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)13:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Japan-Korea Technology Information Exchange Seminar had been held evry year in Japan or in Korea alternatively. The seminar this year in Japan will be hald based on the collaboration of Korean Chemical Society (KCS), Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS), and Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association (JAIMA). Part1 is KCS session focusing on the anaysis of Single Element, and Part2 is KRISS session focusing on Particle Analysis.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact Japan Analytical Instruments Manufactureres' Association
TEL +81-3-3292-0642 E-mail webmaster@jaima.or.jp
URL https://www.jaima.or.jp/
Programs
13:00-13:05 Introductry Remarks TBA(Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers' Association)
13:05-13:10 Part1 (KCS session):Analysis and application of single elements Opening Remarks TBA(Korean Chemical Society)
13:10-13:40 Application of Elemental Analysis by Mass Spectrometry to Environmental Sample Analysis for Nuclear Safeguards Jong-Ho PARK(Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
13:40-14:10 Ultra-trace Measurement of Radioactive Isotopes using Mass Spectrometry Jian Zheng(National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)
14:10-14:40 Analysis of Single Molecule Nanoparticle Catalysis with Super-resolution Fluorescence Microscopy Ji Won HA(University of Ulsan, Department of Chemistry)
14:40-15:10 Live Cell Analysis using Fluorescence Single-molecule Imaging Naoki Watanabe(Laboratory of Single-Molecule Cell Biology, Kyoto University Graduate School of Biostudies)
15:10-15:25 Recess  
15:25-15:30 Part2 (KRISS session): Instruments on the particle measurements Openig Remarks Jin Seog Kim(Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science)
15:30-16:00 Development of PM2.5 organic and elemental carbon analyzer Sangil Lee(Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science)
16:00-16:30 Gas adsorption analysis and its standardization for nanomaterial characterization Kohei Mizuno(Advanced Industrial Science and technology)
16:30-17:00 Development of ambient air quality instruments (visibility) Jinsang Jung(Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science)

AOAC Seminar:ISO/IEC 17025:2017 & its application to food testing - Points of Revision/Application to laboratory management /How to decide testing methods based on international & domestic trend-

Organizer AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION Place Conference Room 301A
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)13:30-16:30 Language Japanese
AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION has been releasing information with policy for our activities, "Promoting quality measurements and methods validation in the analytical sciences". Practical information with examples will be presented at this seminar regarding key points on ISO/IEC 17025 revision in 2017, its application to lab. management and selection of testing methods.
Admission 3000 JPY Pre-registration Required (E-mail (Web) Limit: Sep. 5th.)
Contact AOAC INTERNATIONAL JAPAN SECTION
TEL E-mail aoacijs-jasis2018@aoacijs.org
URL https://aoacijs.org/
Programs
13:30-13:50 Activities of AOAC International and Japan Section Hiromi SUZUKI(Japan Food research Laboratories Vice-Executive Director, Division of Quality Assurance)
13:50-14:40 What has changed in the new ISO/IEC 17025? Yoko MORI(Japan Food Hygiene Association Technical Advisor)
14:40-14:50 Coffee Break  
14:50-15:40 Possibility of the application of the simple quick microbiological test methods for voluntary inspection Shizunobu IGIMI(Professor, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Faculty of Applied Biosciences)
15:40-16:30 The utilization of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 on the implementation of the HACCP system. Emiko ARAKI(Guest Professor, Department of Fisheries, School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University)

JAIMA Seminar 12 Instrumental Analysis -Separation Science

Organizer Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers’ Association (JAIMA) Place Conference Room 303, 3rd Floor of International Conference Hal
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Admission Free Pre-registration Required
Contact kato(Seed Planning, Inc. )
TEL +81-3-6821-5037 E-mail JASIS@seedplanning.co.jp
URL https://www.jasis.jp
Programs
14:00-14:05 Tsuneaki Maeda  
14:05-14:55 Development of metabolomics for analysis of chronic diseases Masahiro Furuno(Osaka Univ.)
15:00-15:05 Chair: Kazuaki Ito (Institute for Seawater Assesement Technology)
15:05-15:55 Development of novel stationary phases in ion chromatography Toyohide Takeuchi(Gifu Univ. Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science, Faculty of Engineering,)
16:00-16:05 Chair: Hiroshi Nakamura(Science University of Tokyo)
16:05-16:55 Surprising understanding for a beheavior of reversed phase not written in the textbook Norikazu Nagae(Chromanic Technologies Inc.)

Characterization & analysis platform seminar

Organizer All Japan characterization & analysis platform council Place Conference Room 102
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)14:00-17:00 Language Japanese
Characterization & analysis instruments and methods have increadingly become a indispensable R&D platform technology in the fields of not only materials science but also biology/life science. In this seminar, MEXT advanced characterization nanotechnology platform and analysis companies will jointly introduce advanced characterization & analysis technologies and hot topics.
Admission Free Pre-registration Requied
Contact Kazue Inoue (NIMS)
TEL +81-29-859-2888 E-mail INOUE.Kazue@nims.go.jp
URL http://ajcp.biz
Programs
14:00-14:10 Introduction of all Japan characterization & analysis platform council Kazue Inoue(National Institute for Materials Science)
14:10-14:30 Introduction of MEXT advanced characterization nanotechnology platform Masaki Takeguchi(National Institute for Materials Science)
14:30-14:50 Utilization of materials analysis services to concentrate your own core technology Takashi Matsumoto(Nissan ARC, Ltd.)
14:50-15:10 Application of advanced transmission electron microscope technique for material development Tomohiro Saito(Sumika Chemical Analysis Service, Ltd.)
15:10-15:30 Complementary analysis using STEM and APT Kei Watanabe(TOSHIBA NANOANALYSIS CORPORATION)
00:15-15:40 break  
15:40-16:00 TEM investigation of defect structure in epitaxial GaN Tohoru Matsubara(UBE Scientific Analysis Laboratory, Inc. )
16:00-16:20 Material analysis by electron microscopy : polymer and ceramic Kazuto Nakamura(TOSOH Analysis and Research Center Co.,Ltd.)
16:20-16:40 Introduction of JEOL analytical instruments - battery analyses using various tools - Yoshikazu Sasaki(JEOL Ltd.)
16:40-17:00 Nano Scale Characterization of Surface and Interface for Various Material using Latest Electron Microscopy Masayasu Nagoshi, Satoshi Hashimoto, Susumu Tsukimoto, Takaya Nakamura(JFE-Techno Research Cooperation)

Development of Combined Measurement System and Standardization for Appropriate Management of Nanomaterials : Current Stage of COMS-NANO

Organizer Consortium for Measurement Solutions for Industrial Use of Nanomaterials (COMS-NANO) Place Conference Room 302
Date Sept.7 (Fri.)14:30-16:40 Language Japanese
COMS-NANO was established in 2013 for the development of novel combined system to complement the weak points of each measurement methods/instruments in nanomaterials characterization. In this seminar, the various activities of COMS-NANO such as the establishment of novel nano-characterization systems will be introduced. Furthermore, trends in global nanotechnology standardization will be presented.
Admission Free Pre-registration Required (Send e-mail with the follows personal information; name, e-mail address, tel. num., and institution).
Contact Hisako Koyari (AIST)
TEL +81-29-860-5573 E-mail coms-nano-office-ml@aist.go.jp
URL http://coms-nano.jp/coms-nano/
Programs
14:30-14:35 Introductory Remarks T. Fujimoto(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
14:35-14:45   T. Nakagawa(Shimadzu Corporation)
14:45-15:45 [Development of combined characterization systems for nanomaterials] Core module: fractionation systems N. Nishimoto(Shimadzu Corporation)
14:45-15:45 [Development of combined characterization systems for nanomaterials] Scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy H. Sugisawa(JEOL, Ltd.)
14:45-15:45 [Development of combined characterization systems for nanomaterials] Dynamic light scattering T. Mori(HORIBA, Ltd.)
14:45-15:45 [Development of combined characterization systems for nanomaterials] Atomic force microscopy Y. Shirakawabe(Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation.)
15:45-15:55 Break  
15:55-16:15 Characterization of nano calcium carbonate Y. Kezuka(SHIRAISHI CENTRAL LABORATORIES CO.,LTD)
16:15-16:35 Trend of regulation/standarization of nanomaterials H. Kato(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
16:35-16:40 Closing Remarks M. Kitaoka(Shimadzu Corporation)
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