Nanotechnology International Symposium
Nano-Advanced Materials Design
Nano-Structure to Nano-Functionality —
September 1-3 (2009), Icho-Kanikan,
Osaka University, Japan
Last Updated: Sep. 8, 2009
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PHOTOSSeptember 1: Oral Session 1&2, Poster Session 1, Oral Session 3&4
September 2: Oral Session 5&6, Poster Session 2, Oral Session 7&8, Banquet
September 3: Oral Session 9&10, Oral Session 11&12
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology are important keywords for
developing trans-disciplinary researches. This
symposium aims to provide an opportunity for international discussion
progress in material science, nanobiology, molecular chemistry,
nano-fabrications, and nano scale applications. The emphasis this year
on Nano-Advanced Materials Design, from Nano-Structure to
Date: September 1-3, 2009
Venue: Icho-Kaikan Osaka University, Japan
Registration Fee: Free
Banquet Fee: 5,000 JPY
Poster Awards: Prize-winners receive a specially designed certificate
Abstract submission finished.
Sessions (A-F) and
A. Nano-Electronics and Nano-Spintoronics
- Marc Heyns (IMEC) "Ge and III/V devices on Si for advanced CMOS"
- Roland Kawakami (UC Riverside) "Spin Transport in Graphene Spin Valves"
- Tsuyoshi Kimura (Osaka University)"Magnetoelectric Control in Multiferroics"
- Teruo Ono (Kyoto University)"Current-induced magnetization dynamics - Domain wall motion & Vortex core switching -"
- Michiharu Tabe (Shizuoka University) "Si Multi-dot FET Using Discrete Dopants"
B. Nano/Molecular-Chemistry and Electronics
- Wonyong Choi（
Pohang University of Science and Technology）"Surface Complexes on Titania Nanoparticles and the Visible Light
- Prashant V. Kamat (Notre Dame University, USA) "Nanostructure Architectures for Light Energy Conversion"
- Tetsurou Majima (Osaka University, Japan) "Photochemical Formation of Gold Clusters and Nanoparticles in Polymer Matrix"
- Tatsuya Tsukuda (Hokkaido University, Japan) "Size-specific Catalysis of Gold Clusters"
- Tsukasa Yoshida (Gifu University, Japan) "Electrochemical Self-Assembly
of ZnO/Dye Nano-Hetero Interfaces for Photovoltaic Systems"
C. Nano-Bio and Nano-Medicine
- Yoshinobu Baba (Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate
School of Engineering, Nagoya University) "Nanotechnology for cancer
stem cell diagnosis and in vivo stem cell imaging for tissue
- Slaven Garaj (Department of Physics at Harvard University) "Nanopore DNA sequencing and single-molicule sensig"
- Kazuya Kikuchi (Osaka University) "Chemical Probes with Nano-spectroscopic Switches for Imaging Biological Molecules"
- Nicholas Smith (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University)
"Laser light and local field enhancement: the best way to probe a cell?
- Hiroaki Yokota (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) "Single -molecule imaging of DNA-protein interaction"
- Rainer Hillenbrand (Nanooptics Laboratory, Spain)
"IR and THz nanoscopy for characterizing electronic and photonic
Hirakawa (University of Tokyo) "Physics and Applications of Single
Self-Assembled Quantum Dots Coupled to Nanogap Electrodes"
- Yutaka Kadoya (Hiroshima University) "Plasmonic Yagi-Uda antenna for optical wave"
Nishizawa (Osaka University) "Development of highly functional
ultrashort pulse fiber laser sources using nano-photonic devices"
- K. L. Vodopyanov (Stanford University, USA) "Nanometer-scale
spectroscopy in the 2.5-10 -micron wavelength range using atomic force
E. Nano-Fabrication and Nano-Characterization
- Leo Gross (IBM Research, Zurich Research Laboratory) "Individual Atoms and Molecules on Insulating Films"
- John Hutchison (University of Oxford) "Ultra-high resolution
microscopy of novel nanostructures"
- Jun'ichi Kanasaki (Osaka University) "Formation of sp3-Bonded
Carbon Nanostructures by Femtosecond Laser Excitation of Graphite and
- Yutaka Ohno (Tohoku University) "Optical properties of
semiconductor nanostructures and defects studied by transmission
- Yoshiaki Sugimoto (Osaka University) "Manipulation by AFM at room
F. Nano-Advanced Structural and Functional Materials Design
- Peter H. Dederichs (Institut für Festkörperforschung, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany) "Magnetism on the Nanoscale"
- Hideo Hosono (Tokyo Institute of Technology) "Electro-active
functions realized utilizing 3D-connected nanoporous cages of
- Takayoshi Nakano (Osaka University)"Preferential orientation of
biological apatite crystallite in intact, regenerated and pathological
Ken Ostrikov (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering) "Plasma
nanokinetronics: from higher complexity and non-equilibrium to
Tsuzaki (National Institute for Materials Science) "Stronger and
tougher steels by ultrafine elongated grain structure -potential of
nano structured steels-"
- The posters are divided in two sessions according to the subject.
The authors are responsible for displaying the poster in the correct
session on the allocated boards (see the program).
- The posters should be on display during the morning break and
should be removed after the afternoon break in the same day.
- Poster board dimension is 90 cm (wide) x 210 cm (height).
- Materials for fixing the poster on the board will be provided at
Best Poster Awards
In the 5th Handai Nanoscience and Nanotechnology International
Symposium, we organize “Young researcher best poster awards” to
encourage their Master/Doctor works. All presentations from graduate
students are automatically considered to be candidates for the awards,
and will receive an email until 20 Aug. from the conference secretary
which confirms if you are graduate students. If you do not receive the
confirmation although you are a graduate student (or if you receive the
confirmation although you already have a Doctor or PhD degree), please
contact to the conference secretary. The first 10% of the total
candidates will be awarded. The selection committee will be organized
from the invited speakers and the organizing and program committee
members and will review the posters not only by the content of the
study but also by the presentation point of view. The winners will be
invited to the conference banquet and receive prizes from the selection
Submission (Call for papers)
Abstract Submission is finished.
Registration should be made before
Registration fee is free of charge.
Banquet fee will be collected at registration desk.
Invited speaker: Free
Participant : 5,000 JPY
Student: 5,000 JPY
Registration is finished.
- Organization for the Promotion of Research on Nanoscience and
Nanotechnology, Osaka University
Organizing Committee (**Chair, *Vice Chair)
**Tomoyuki Kakeshita (Grad. Sch. Eng.), *Hiroshi Katayama-Yoshida (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.), Hidekazu Tanaka
(ISIR), Seizo Morita (Grad. Sch. Eng.), Tadashi Itoh (Grad. Sch.
Eng. Sci.), Yasufumi Fujiwara (Grad. Sch. Eng.), Hisazumi Akai (Grad.
Sch. Sci.), Masayuki Abe (Grad. Sch. Eng.), Tomoyuki Terai (Grad. Sch.
Eng.), Takashi Fukuda (Grad. Sch. Eng.)
Program Committee (**Chair, *Vice Chair)
A. Nano-electronics and Nano-spintronics:
**Heiji Watanabe (Grad. Sch. Eng.), *Hiroshi Katayama-Yoshida (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.), Katsuaki Suganuma
(ISIR), Kazuhiko Matsumoto (ISIR), Nobuya Mori (Grad. Sch. Eng.),
Masashi Shiraishi (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.), Shin-ichi Honda (Grad. Sch.
Eng.), Hidekazu Tanaka (ISIR), Yoshishige Suzuki (Grad. Sch. Eng.
Sci.), Hajime Asahi (ISIR)
B. Nano/Molecular-Chemistry and Electronics:
**Hiromi Yamashita (Grad. Sch. Eng.), *Hirokazu Tada (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.), Takuji Ogawa (Grad. Sch. Sci.),
Yoshio Aso (ISIR), Yoshitada Morikawa (ISIR), Masanori Ozaki
(Grad. Sch. Eng.), Miyasaka Hiroshi (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci)
C. Nano-bio and Nano-Medicine:
**Eiichi Tamiya (Grad. Sch. Engn. Sci.), *Toru Ide (Grad. Sch. Frontier Biosciences), Hiroyuki Noji (ISIR),
Keiichi Namba (Grad. Sch. Frontier Biosciences), Tomoji Kawai (ISIR),
Katsuyuki Tanizawa (ISIR), Inoue Yasushi (Grad. Sch. Frontier
Biosciences), Takayoshi Nakano (Grad. Sch. Eng.)
**Masaaki Ashida (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.), *Masayoshi Tonouchi (Inst. Laser Eng.), Tadashi Itoh (Grad. Sch. Eng.
Sci.), Tetsuo Ogawa (Grad. Sch. Sci.), Nobuyuki Imoto (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci)
E. Nano-Fabrication and Nano-Characterization:
**Yasuo Nozue (Grad. Sch. Sci.), *Masayuki Abe (Grad. Sch. Eng.), Youichi Yoshida (ISIR), Akira Sakai
(Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.) Seiji Takeda (Grad. Sch. Sci.), Yoshichika Onuki
(Grad. Sch. Sci.), Seizo Morita (Grad. Sch. Eng.), Hirotaro Mori (Res.
Cent. Ultra-High Electron Microscopy)
F. Nano-Advanced Structural and Functional Materials Design
**Yasufumi Fujiwara (Grad. Sch. Eng.), *Tsuyoshi Kimura (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.), Yuichi Setsuhara (Joining and
Welding Res. Inst.) Yoshio Kitaoka (Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.), Setsuko
Tajima (Grad. Sch. Sci.)
Program (Time Table)
|9:00-9:15 Opening Address
Oral Session 1
Nano-Advanced Structural and Functional Materials Design (F1)
*Hideo Hosono (40min)
*Peter H. Dederichs (30min)
Oral Session 5
Nano/Molecular Chemistry and Electronics (B1)
*Prashant V. Kamat (45min)
*Tsukasa Yoshida (25min)
Oral Session 9
Nano-Electronics and Nano-Spintronics (A1)
*Marc Heyns (40 min)
*Roland Kawakami (40 min)
|10:25-10:40 Coffee Break
|10:25-10:40 Coffee Break
||10:35-10:50 Coffee Break
Oral Session 2
Nano-Advanced Structural and Functional Materials Design (F2)
*Kostya Ken Ostrikov (30 min)
*Kaneaki Tsuzaki (30 min)
*Takayoshi Nakano (30 min)
Oral Session 6
Nano/Molecular Chemistry and Electronics (B2)
*Tetsurou Majima (45min)
*Tatsuya Tsukuda (25min)
*Wonyong Choi (25min)
|10:50-12:20Oral Session 10
Nano-Electronics and Nano-Spintronics (A2)
*Michiharu Tabe (30 min)
*Teruo Ono (30 min)
*Tsuyoshi Kimura (30 min)
Poster Session 1
Poster Session 2
Oral Session 11
*K. L. Vodopyanov (40min)
*R. Hillenbrand (40min)
Oral Session 3
Nano-Fabrication and Nano-Characterization (E1)
*John Hutchison (40min)
*Yutaka Ohno (30min)
Oral Session 7
Nano-Bio and Nano-Medicine (C1)
* Slaven Garaj (40min)
* Kazuya Kikuchi (35 min)
|14:50-15:10 Coffee Break
|15:40-15:55 Coffee Break
|15:45-16:00 Coffee Break
Oral Session 12
*Y. Kadoya (30min)
*K. Hirakawa (30min)
*N. Nishizawa (30min)
Oral Session 4
Nano-Fabrication and Nano-Characterization (E2)
*Leo Gross (40min)
*Jun'ichi Kanasaki (30min)
*Yoshiaki Sugimoto (20min)
Oral Session 8
Nano-Bio and Nano-Medicine (C2)
*Hiroaki Yokota (35 min)
*Yoshinobu Baba (35 min)
* Nicholas I Smith (35 min)
Restaurant "Minerva" in Icho-Kaikan
Program is available form here.
Icho-Kaikan is located in Suita Campus of Osaka University. You can
see location of Suita campus and the campus map from here.
From Kansai International Airport
- Route 1: Take
"Nankai Express train Rapi:t" or "Nankai Airport Express" to
"Namba"(approx. 40 min). At Namba, transfer to subway "Mido-suji Line"
bound for "Senri-chuo". At Senri-chuo, transfer to "Osaka monorail"
bound for "Kadoma-shi". Change at "Banpaku-Kinen-Koen" for
"Saito-nishi" and get off at "Handai-Byoin-Mae".
- Route 2: Take "JR Airport Express Haruka" to
"Shin-Osaka" (approx. 50 min). At Shin-Osaka, transfer to subway
"Mido-suji Line" bound for "Senri-chuo". At Senri-chuo, transfer to
"Osaka monorail" bound for "Kadoma-shi". "Change at
"Banpaku-Kinen-Koen" for "Saito-nishi" and get off at
From Itami Airport
- Take Osaka Monorail bound for "Kadoma-shi" and change at
"Banpaku-Kinen-Koen" for "Saito-nishi", and get off at
- 40 min. walk east from Kita-Senri
Station on the Hankyu Senri Line
- 5 min. walk from
Handai-Byoin-Mae Station on the Osaka Monorail
- Get on the bus bound for "Handai Honbu Mae" from Hankyu Ibarakishi Station (via JR Ibaraki Station) Get off at
Handai-Honbu-Mae, walk 5 min. from the bus stop.
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