2023 International Conference on Advanced Nano-Micro Materials

2023.5.15 - 16, Suzuki Lecture Hall,
Frontier Applied Sciences Research Building,
Hokkaido University

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Organizer: Division of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University
Co-organizer: Hokkaido Branch, The Chemical Society of Japan

City of Sapporo

Sapporo City is the largest city in the northern island of Japan, Hokkaido. It's known for its beautiful parks, historic landmarks, and delicious local cuisine, including the famous Sapporo ramen and Sapporo beer. The city also hosts the annual Sapporo Snow Festival, which attracts visitors from around the world to see the incredible ice and snow sculptures. With a population of over 2 million people, Sapporo is a bustling metropolis with plenty to offer for visitors and locals alike.

Hokkaido University

Hokkaido University, also known as Hokudai, is a prestigious national university located in Sapporo, the largest city on the northern island of Japan, Hokkaido. It was founded in 1876 and is considered one of the top universities in Japan. Hokkaido University is known for its strong research programs in a variety of fields, including science, engineering, agriculture, and social sciences. The university has a diverse student body and a wide range of international exchange programs, making it a popular destination for students from around the world. Hokkaido University is committed to contributing to the global community through education and research, and continues to be a leading institution in Japan and beyond.

Suzuki Lecture Hall

In October 2010, Professor Emeritus Akira Suzuki (formerly of the Faculty of Engineering) was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions of organoboron compounds, which led to revolutionary advances in the field of synthetic organic chemistry. In March 2014, the Frontier Applied Sciences Research Building including Suzuki Lecture Hall, a research and education center for further development of materials science that integrates Japan's advanced applied chemistry with applied physics and environmental engineering, was established in the university's engineering complex to carry on this achievement and to foster future generations.

Prof. Ken-ichi Shimizu

Professor, ICAT Hokkaido University

Keynote Lecture

Prof. Nobuyuki Zettsu

Professor, Shinshu University

Keynote Lecture

Prof. Katsuhiro Ohmiya

AIST, Japan

Special Lecture

Prof. Makoto Ogawa

Professor, VISTEC, Thailand

Prof. Martyn McLachlan

Professor, Imperial College London, UK

Prof. Masafumi Unno

Professor, Gunma University

Prof. Atsushi Shimojima

Professor, Waseda University

Prof. Yoshiko Miura

Professor, Kyushu University

Prof. Kiyoshi Kanie

Professor, Tohoku University

Prof. Minoru Osada

Professor, Nagoya University

Prof. Ryo Sasai

Professor, Shimane University

Prof. Yasuhide Inokuma

Professor, Hokkaido University

Prof. Naoyuki Ishida

Professor, Doshisha University

Prof. Norihito Sakaguchi

Assoc. Prof., Hokkaido University

Prof. Tomohiko Okada

Assoc. Prof., Shinshu University

Prof. Yasuaki Tokudome

Assoc. Prof., Osaka Metropolitan University

Dr. Pichaya Pattanasattayavong

Assist. Prof., VISTEC, Thailand

Dr. Takayuki Nonoyama

Assit. Prof., Hokkaido University

Dr. Tetsuo Yamaguchi

Research Prof., Dongguk University, Korea

Dr. Yujia Liu

Assist. Prof., Gunma University

Dr. Shiori Suzuki

Assist. Prof., Hokkaido University

Dr. Yohei Ishida

Assit. Prof., Hokkaido University

Dr. Mai Thanh Nguyen

Assit. Prof., Hokkaido University

Prof. Tetsu Yonezawa

Professor, Hokkaido University

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Monday 15 May
8:00~ Registration (Registration fee: 13,000 JPY for professors)

8:30~ Opening Remark: Prof. Ogawa

Chair: Prof. M. Ogawa (VISTEC)
I101 8:45~9:10 Invited
Dr. Yohei Ishida (Hokkaido U)
From Physi-synthesis of Fluorescent Noble Metal Cluster Aggregates to Chemo-synthesis of Molecular Gold Clusters with Atomic Precision

I102 9:10~9:35 Invited
Dr. Tetsuo Yamaguchi (Dongguk U, KR)
Size and surface charge effect of layered double hydroxide particles upon bold cells and proteins

S103 9:35~10:20
Prof. Katsuhiro Ohmiya (AIST)
Fundamentals and application of bioluminescence

Chair: Prof. T. Yonezawa (Hokkaido U.)
I104 10:20~11:00 Invited
Prof. Makoto Ogawa (VISTEC, TH)
Preparation of layered alkali titanates and their hybrids for photocatalyst’ application

K105 Keynote
Prof. Nobuyuki Zettsu (Shinshu U)
Electrochemical interface engineering for advanced lithium-ion batteries with high energy density, fast charging-discharging characteristics, and long-term durability

12:00~13:00 Lunch

Chair: Prof. N. Zettsu (Shinshu U)
K106 13:00~14:00 Keynote
Prof. Ken-ichi Shimizu (Hokkaido U)
Computational, data science, and spectroscopic studies for design of heterogeneous catalysis


14:40~14:50 Break

Chair: Prof. P. Pattanasattayavong (VISTEC)
I107 14:50~15:30 Invited
Prof. Ryo Sasai (Shimane U)
Anion Effect on Luminescence Properties of Tb3+ -Doped Layered Double Hydroxides and Its Anion Sensing Ability

I108 15:30~16:10 Invited
Prof. Norihito Sakaguchi (Hokkaido U)
HAADF-STEM observation of Pt single atom diffusion behavior on substrates and its electron irradiation effect

Chair: Dr. Yohei Ishida (Hokkaido U)
I109 16:10~16:50 Invited
Prof. Minoru Osada (Nagoya U)
Two-dimensional oxides: new flatland beyond Graphene

I110 16:50~17:30 Invited
Prof. Pichaya Pattanasattayavong (VISTEC, TH)
Tunable electronic properties of metal thiocyanate semiconductors

I111 17:30~17:55 Invited
Dr. Yujia Liu (Gunma U)
Functionalized Tricyclic Laddersiloxanes: Potential Precursors for New Materials

Tuesday 16 May
8:30~ Reception

Chair: Prof. Tetsu Yonezawa (Hokkaido U)
I201 9:00~9:25 Invited
Dr. Shiori Suzuki (Hokkaido U)
Chemical Processing of Lignocellulosic Biomass for Sustainable Polymer Materials

I202 9:25~10:05 Invited
Prof. Tomohiko Okada (Shinshu U)
Hydrated Silicate Layers for Adsorbents and Enzyme-like Catalysts in Water

Chair: Prof. Naoyuki Ishida (Okayama U)
I203 10:05~10:45 Invited
Prof. Yoshiko Miura (Kyushu U)
Porous polymer immobilized catalyst for continuous flow ogranic synthesis

I205 10:45~11:10 Invited
Prof. Tetsu Yonezawa (Hokkaido U)
Tuning of copper nanoparticles for strong die-bonding

Chair: Prof. Yoshiko Miura (Kyushu U)
I206 11:10-11:35 Invited
Dr. Mai Thanh Nguyen (Hokkaido U)
Metal and alloy nanoparticles synthesized by sputter

I207 11:35~12:15 Invited
Prof. Atsushi Shimojima (Waseda U)
Controlled Assembly of Building Blocks for the Design of Siloxane-based Nanomaterials

12:15~13:10 Lunch

Chair: Prof. Kiyoshi Kanie (Tohoku U)
I208 13:10~13:50 Invited
Prof. Masafumi Unno (Gunma U)
Quest for the Synthesis of Janus Siloxanes

I209 13:50~14:30 Invited
Prof. Naoyuki Ishida (Doshisha U)
Importance of non-DLVO forces to the stability of colloidal dispersion systems: Evaluation by atomic force microscopy

Chair: Prof. Atsushi Shimojima (Waseda U)
I210 14:30~15:10 Invited
Prof. Yasuhide Inokuma (Hokkaido U)
Polyketones as Rope-like Molecular Components for Development of Functional Molecular Materials

I211 15:10~15:50 Invited
Prof. Martyn McLachian (Imperial College, UK)
Exploring structure, composition and performance relationships in metal halide perovskite photovoltaics

15:50~16:00 Break

Chair: Prof. Tomohiko Okada (Shinshu U)
I212 16:00~16:40 Invited
Prof. Kiyoshi Kanie (Tohoku U)
Dendrinized Nanoparticles: The Self-Organized Structures and Control of the Functions

I213 16:40~17:20 Invited
Dr. Takayuki Nonoyama (Hokkaido U)
Single Hydrogel Showing Multiple Thermal Transition Governed by Kinetics

Chair: Dr.Takayuki Nonoyama (Hokkaido U)
I214 17:20~18:00 Invited
Prof. Yasuaki Tokudome (Osaka Metro. U)
Colloid-Based Sol-Gel System for a Biomedical Application

Vidya Chandrabose, Jae Min-Oh (Dongguk U, KR)
Development of target-specific radio-theranostic nanomaterial through surface modification and lattice incorporation of radioisotope

Zubair Khalid, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Jae-Min Oh (Dongguk U, KR)
Synthesis of core-shell particles of 2D MXene (Ti3C2Tx (Tx = F, OH)) wrapped hematite nanorods for photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutant

Shunsuke Narumi, Yu Muraki, Omar Gomez-Rojar, Masayuki Nagamine, Nobuyuki Zettsu (Shinshu U)
The effect of multiple transition metal substitution on local cation ordering and electrochemical properties of spinel-LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4

Yuto Nishimura, Shun Imai, Masayuki Nagamine, Nobuyuki Zettsu (Shinshu U)
The Effects of Multiple Elemental Substitutions at Zr site on the Grain Boundary Resistance for Garnet-Li7La3Zr2O12 Solid Eelectrolyte

Shiori Wakimoto, Yu Muraki, Masayuki Nagamine, Nobuyuki Zettsu (Shinshu U)
Synthesis and Electrochemical Analysis of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4-xFx with Different Local Symmetries

Yoshiaki Miyamoto, Atsushi Shimojima (Waseda U)
Self-healing Lamellar Organosiloxane–Block Copolymer Thin Films

Daichi Oka, Kohei Takaoka, Takamichi Matsuno, Atsushi Shimojima  (Waseda U)
Hydrothermal Synthesis of Iron-containing Mesoporous Zeolites Using Ordered Nanoporous Iron Oxides as a Template

Yuki Saito, Yoshiaki Miyamoto, Rika Uchida, Takamichi Matsuno, Atsushi Shimojima (Waseda U)
Preparation of Siloxane-Based Elastomers Using Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles as Cross-Linkers

Alisa Phuekphong and Makoto Ogawa (VISTEC, TH)
An iron-containing layered clay mineral for photocatalytic H2 evolution from water

Navarut (Kan) Paengjun and Makoto Ogawa (VISTEC, TH)
Infiltration of well-defined BiOX (X=Cl, Br and I) nanoparticles in the nanopores of the mesoporous silicas

Hayato Shirakura, Taichi Sano, Yuki Ide, Sheng Hu, Ichigaku Takigawa, Yasuhide Inokuma (Hokkaido U)
Mixing Ratio Prediction of Solid Chemical Compounds Using Image-Based Machine Learning

Yuma Takagi, Yohei Ishida, Tetsu Yonezawa (Hokkaido U)
Surface Modification of Molecular Au25 Clusters for Application to Visible-Light Responsive Photocatalysis

Wei Jian Sim, Mai Thanh Nguyen, Tetsu Yonezawa (Hokkaido U)
High Charge Current Density FeCo/rGO electrocatalysts in Zinc-Air Batteries

Rina Sato, Takehiro Yachi , Masaki Matsubara , Megumi Suyama, Hideyuki Mitomo, Atsushi Muramatsu, Kiyoshi Kanie (Tohoku U)
Formation of multilayer superlattice comprising liquid-crystalline dendron-modified Au nanoparticles and CdS quantum dots

Akari Yoshida , Ryosuke Nozawa, Yuma Sakagami, Masaki Matsubara, Megumi Suyama, Atsunori Mori, Atsushi Muramatsu, Kiyoshi Kanie (Tohoku U)
Oligothiophene dendron-modified CdS quantum dots showing dendron-derived unique optical property

William Rodriguez-Kazeem, John G. Labram, Martyn A. McLachlan (Imperial College London)
Probing defects and doping in metal oxide semiconductors

Mengwen Huang, Shunsaku Yasumura, Zen Maeno, Takashi Toyao, Ken-ichi Shimizu (Hokkaido U)
Isolated Ga hydrides in zeolites as selective and coke-resistant active sites for ethane dehydrogenation

Shinta Miyazaki, Lingcong Li, Takashi Toyao, Zen Maeno, Ken-ichi Shimizu (Hokkaido U)
CO2 capture and selective hydrogenation to CO over Na-modified Pt nanoparticles on Al2O3

Yucheng Qian, Shunsaku Yasumura, Takashi Toyao, Zen Maeno, Ken-ichi Shimizu (Hokkaido U)
A low temperature deNOx system: O3 assisted NH3-SCR over Cu-CHA

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Registration fee: 13,000 JPY (For professors) Chair: Tetsu Yonezawa, Prof., Hokkaido Univ. Co-Chair: Makoto Ogawa, Prof., VISTEC