Okayama University Participated in “nano tech 2016” – World’s Largest Comprehensive Exhibition of nano technology
February 09, 2016
Okayama University participated in “nano tech 2016 – the 15th International Nanotechnology Exhibition and Conference,” the world’s largest exhibition on nanotechnology held at Tokyo Big Sight from January 27 to 29.
The university displayed four posters and made the following four oral presentations on technologies:
1. Yuta Nishina, Associate Professor, Research Core for Interdisciplinary Sciences
Title: Preparation and application of wood-derived nanocarbons (WNCs )
2. Takashi Teranishi, Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Title: Secondary battery with nano-ferroelectrics polarization assisted ultrahigh rate capability
3. Jun Kano, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Title: Catalyst designed by ferroelectric compounds
4. Toshihiko Kiwa, Associate Professor, Department of Medical Bioengineering, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Title: Imaging of chemical reactions using a terahertz chemical microscopy
The researchers proactively exchanged opinions with representatives of materials manufacturers, measurement instrument manufacturers and research institutes interested in their research achievements with a view to transferring these technologies and conducting joint research.
The university’s Organization for Research Promotion & Collaboration (ORPC) is proactively supporting researchers’ participation in various exhibitions in order to spread research achievements and technological transfers.
Organization for Research Promotion & Collaboration (ORPC)
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