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Seminars / Conferences

Convertech Stage

Feb.15(Wed.), 2017

Thermal Management Material Session

Booth No.: 2P-16

10:35-11:15 Japanese
Flexible high-performance thermal insulating materials:Recent developments and perspective.

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Research Institute for Chemical Process Technology

Satoshi Yoda

[ Profile ]

Group Leader, Panoscopic Material Processing Group, Research Institute for Chemical Process Technology, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Japan. Ph.D. Professional Engineer (P. E. Jp.).

[ Abstract ]

High performance thermal insulating materials are expected for energy conservation in a variety applications. We have developed porous polymer-silica aerogel composite for flexible and high performance insulating materials without using vacuum. In this talk I would like to introduce our resent research on the materials and perspectives of thermal insulating materials.

Booth No.: 2P-16

11:30-12:00 Japanese
Development of polyimide/organic-modified-boehmite hybrid film
with high thermal conductivity

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Research Institute for Chemical Process Technology

Tatsuya Fujii

[ Profile ]

The presenter studied on solvent effect on reaction in supercritical water at the University of Tokyo. After that the presenter entered AIST as a researcher. The presenter studies mainly on particle synthesis, its shape control and its organic modification. Recently the presenter has also been developing new functional materials including hybrid material which will be presented in the lecture.

[ Abstract ]

As thermal management technologies, the development of high-thermal conductive materials is considered to be one of the important technical issue. We have been developing high-thermal conductive fillers for raising thermal conductivity of organic insulation film such as polyimide film. We synthesized high-aspect ratio inorganic particles modified with organic modifier to prevent aggregation of filler and raise thermal conductivity. The filler, i.e. high aspect ratio boehmite, was synthesized in hot-compressed water with carboxylic acid using low crystalline boehmite powder as a starting material. The hybrid material of the filler and polyimide (filler ratio 60vol%) has high thermal conductivity (about 5 times higher than polyimide), flexibility and insulation property.

Booth No.: 2P-16

12:15-12:45 Japanese

Sumitomo Seika Chemicals Co., Ltd. 

Toshihiko Kato

Booth No.: 2P-16

13:00-13:30 Japanese
Development and Application of Graphite sheet for thermal management

Japan Matex Co., Ltd. 

Yuhi Hosoi

Booth No.: 2P-16

13:45-14:15 Japanese

Aster Co., Ltd. 

Hisashi Konno

Booth No.: 2L-14

14:30-15:00 Japanese
Further development of heat releasing polymer materials - with a focus on our development

Yasuyuki Agari

Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute Research Division of Processing Technology, Collaborative Research Laboratory of NAIST, Fellow

Yasuyuki Agari

[ Abstract ]

Although technology of heat releasing polymer materials has become in large progress since 2000, it is expected to develop further. We have studied those materials by considering how fillers are jointed, then, developed, not only, various types of polymer matrix material with higher thermal conductivity, but also, metal matrix one. Further, we studied translucent coating with high thermal emissivity.
We will explain current development of heat releasing polymer materials.

Booth No.: 2E-23

15:15-15:45 Japanese
Characteristics of carbon based heat dissipation parts and its practical advantages

Incubation Alliance Inc. Manager, Production Technology Group

Kouichi Sutani

Feb.16(Thu.), 2017

NEO Functional Paper Session
10:30-11:10 Japanese
Basics and application development of cellulose nanofibers

Takashi ENDO

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Group Leader, Cellulose Materials Group, Research Institute of Sustainable Chemistry

Takashi ENDO

[ Abstract ]

In recent years, cellulose nanofibers which are attracting much attention have features such as light weight, high strength, high elasticity, ultrafine, large surface area, high thixotropy, and the development of high strength materials and functional materials by combination with resin has been being advanced. We have been focusing on lignocellulose nanofibers directly manufactured from woody biomass and nanofiber composites. In this presentation, I will explain basics and application development of cellulose nanofibers.

Booth No.: 3P-21

11:25-11:45 Japanese
Application development of modified cellulose nanofibers

Daisuke Kuroki

SEIKO PMC CORPORATION assistant manager

Daisuke Kuroki

[ Abstract ]

Cellulose nanofibers (CNF) are obtained from renewable plant biomass such as wood, herbaceous and agricultural waste, and have excellent characteristics such as light weight, high elasticity, high strength and low thermal expansion, so in recent years research and development It has been actively carried out, and already in practical use for some applications.
In this presentation, we will introduce the efforts of our company to basic situation such as the type, characteristics, manufacturing method etc. of CNF, up to domestic and overseas development situation and practical case examples.

[ URL ]
http://www.seikopmc.co.jp/

Booth No.: 2M-19

12:00-12:20 Japanese
Development of hybrid materials from minerals and cellulose fiber

Shisei Goto

Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. NPi Research Laboratory, Nippon Paper Industries Co.,Ltd., Senior research manager

Shisei Goto

[ Abstract ]

Novel technology for hybrid materials from minerals and cellulose fiber, which are known as resources of paper, was developed. This technology made it possible for mineral fine particles to densely accumulate the surface of fiber. Those mineral hybrid fibers (MHF)s have unique features based on the nature of various minerals and it can easily make paper-like sheet that has good printability, processing suitability and recyclability. Using MHF achieves extremely high filler content in the sheet, this results in the higher functional sheets than conventional functional papers. In this presentation, a series of MHFs having the functions of deodorizing and antimicrobial, flame retardant and radiation shielding are introduced. Their applications and effects are explained as well.

Booth No.: 2B-19

12:35-12:55 Japanese
Design for para-Aramid fiber reinforced material

Hideo Yamada

TEIJIN LIMITED High Performance Fibers Business Unit

Hideo Yamada

[ Abstract ]

Para-aramid fiber is one of the high performance fibers that show high tenacity, modulus, and thermal resistence. This fiber can be used in the applications as the tension member in rope, cable, garment etc.. Composites reinforced by this fiber can also be found in rubber, plastics, concrete matrix application. Aramid fiber has different properties to Carbon fiber and Glass fiber those seem superior at strength, modulus, and economical performance. Speaker introduces the advantage of aramid fiber in particular applications utilizing aramid fiber's features, flexibility, toughness, light weight, low abrasiveness, and especially the characteristics of fibrillated pulp shape can be used in paper sheet making process.

13:10-13:30 Japanese
Challenge to technical establishment to crystallize zeolite in the fiber inside

Sugiyama Koju

Rengo Co., Ltd.  Central laboratory New Mataerial Development Group

Sugiyama Koju

[ Profile ]

In 1990, It is entered the company by Rengo Co., Ltd. He engaged in development of inorganic antibacterial agent in the central laboratory. In 1995, He completed Yamanashi University graduate school engineering graduate course material engineering specialty, a doctoral course. The present, the general manager of new material development group in the central laboratory.

[ Abstract ]

In 1995, we started a challenge to crystallize the zeolite which is a functional materials having ion-exchange and gas adsorption functions in the inside of the cellulosic fiber. Because it was difficult to dissolve the cellulosic fiber in a solvent, it was very difficult to incorporate zeolite in that. We let the pulp which was a representative cellulosic fiber swell in alkali solution, and the fiber inside was able to finally crystallize zeolite for the first time in the world by impregnating sodium silicate and sodium aluminate which were raw materials of the zeolite in that. We raise the function more by letting silver, copper and zinc ion have held to this zeolite, and various nonwoven fabrics are born using a paper making technology and are used in various uses now.

Booth No.: 2P-16

14:20-15:00 Japanese

Tatsuhiko Yamada

Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute 

Tatsuhiko Yamada

Feb.16(Thu.), 2017

Functional Material SessionⅠ

Booth No.: 2F-10

15:15-15:45 Japanese
New organosilicon compounds for the development of advanced materials. (ExSil: Ultra-high elongation silicone elastomers, Biosafe: an antimicrobial polymeric silane, Sivate: activated aminosilanes.)

Gelest Inc. / AZmax, Co. Ltd. Marketing

Kazuyuki Ouchi

Booth No.: 3P-04

16:00-16:30 Japanese

Nihon S & H 

Feb.17(Fri.), 2017

Functional Material SessionⅡ

Booth No.: 2P-14

10:25-11:10 Japanese

ERATO Iyoda Supra-integrated Material Project (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 

Tomokazu Iyoda

Booth No.: 2L-14

11:25-11:55 Japanese
Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute ~Advanced nanotechnology for industry~

Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute planning division

Takumi Mizuno / Masaya Chigane / Kiyoshi Mizuuchi / Kohei Takada

Booth No.: 2P-13

12:10-12:40 Japanese
A new "light" on electrostatic removal for all people in need.

Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. Electron Tube Division

[ URL ]
http://www.hamamatsu.com

Feb.17(Fri.), 2017

3D Surface Decoration Technology SessionⅡ

Booth No.: 2R-01

12:55-13:25 Japanese
Introduce forming machine for sheet decoration that requires precise positioning of printed film.

KAZUNORI TERAMOTO

ASANO LABORATORIES CO., LTD PROJECT PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT DEPT

KAZUNORI TERAMOTO

[ Abstract ]

Several methods for applying designed sheet into 3D design are well-known, and ASANO LAB provides line-up, such as Vacuum Forming Machine for pre-forming in insert forming, and 3D Surface Decorative Forming Machine for coated molding.



In the seminar this time, in addition to specifications and forming methods of the machines mentioned above, we also introduce how new TFH type (3D Surface Decorative Forming Machine) realized high precision in sheet design positioning, and the forming machine dedicated to thick material forming.

[ URL ]
http://www.asano-lab.co.jp

Booth No.: 2V-05

13:40-14:10 Japanese
Further Developed "Neo-TOM", Based on "TOM"

Takayuki Miura

Fu-se Vacuum Forming Ltd. President

Takayuki Miura

[ URL ]
http://www.fvf.co.jp

Booth No.: 2P-04

14:25-14:55
Antiglare Surfaces for Automotive Cockpit Interiors
How to Make Display Surfaces More Readable within Vehicle Interiors

Bernie Banks

Alent Japan Company (MacDermid Autotype) FIM - Asia, Sales Manager

Bernie Banks

[ Abstract ]

The presentation will discuss the difference between antiglare and antireflection characteristics as well as qualification of antiglare performance and its relationship with other optical properties.
The delivery of antiglare surfaces via film insert moulding technology will be highlighted and illustrated with examples.

[ URL ]
http://autotype.macdermid.com/

15:10-15:40 Japanese
The way to "hybrid decorations" from conventional technologies.
~ Is it possible for us to utilize "NATS(Navitas Air-heat Transfer System)" for matured conventional technologies ? ~

Naohiro Shibata

NAVITAS CO., LTD. NATS Sales Dept. General Manager

Naohiro Shibata

[ Abstract ]

Navitas developed "NATS" technology as a prolongation of conventional technologies.
We would like to introduce our technological know-how which is the backbone of "hybrid decorations" to all the people.
It depends on you to use and develop such kinds of decorative technologies.
Navitas always supports all of you to do so.

[ URL ]
http://www.navitas.co.jp/

Booth No.: 2V-08

15:55-16:25 Japanese
Introduction of High-Quality/High-Definition Ink System

Teikoku Printing Inks Mfg. Co., Ltd T3C Technical Center Section Manager of Laboratory

Kenji Kinoshita

Material & Energy Open Stage

Feb.16(Thu.), 2017

3D Surface Decoration Technology SessionⅠ
10:30-11:10 Japanese

Shohei Masui

MTO Technology Office 

Shohei Masui

11:25-11:55 Japanese

Keishi Arakawa

Asahi Kasei Homes Corporation 

Keishi Arakawa

12:10-12:40 Japanese

Seki Kouichirou

DAIKIN INDUSTRIES,LTD. 

Seki Kouichirou

12:55-13:25 Japanese

Yoshimasa Yamamoto

K's DESIGN LAB, Inc 

Yoshimasa Yamamoto

13:40-14:10 Japanese

Chiharu Matsuhara

BASF Japan Ltd. 

Chiharu Matsuhara

14:25-14:55 Japanese

Kiyoshiba Mase

TOYOTA MOTER CORPORATION 

Kiyoshiba Mase