Technical Program

November 17 (Thu), 2011

17AM: Session Chairs: A. Sandhu/ M. Inoue

10:00 Opening Address
Yoshiyuki Sakaki (President, Toyohashi University of Technology)
10:10 17AM1-1 <Invited> “Mobilizing academic R&D in a rapidly changing marketplace: Experiences gained and lessons learned in the medical technology sector,”
Q. Pankhurst (The Royal Institution of Great Britain, UK)
10:40 17AM1-2 “Detecting ferrite nanobeads for sentinel lymph node mapping with a highly sensitive Hall differential magnetic field sensor,”
M. Abe (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
10:55 17AM1-3 <Invited> “Creation of nanostructures via self-assembly and their application to bio-medical study,”
T. Maekawa (Toyo University, Japan)
11:25 17AM1-4“Circular dichroism in optical second harmonic generation in reflection from chiral G-shaped metamaterials,”
E. A. Mamonov (Moscow State University, Russia)
11:40 17AM1-5 “Luminescent magneto-optical photonic crystals,”
S. I. Khartsev (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
11:55 Lunch

17PP: Session Chairs: D. Tsetserukou/ K. Koida

12:55 Poster Session 1/ Life Science and Green Innovation

17PM: Session Chairs: A. Wakahara/ I. Shibasaki

14:55 17PM-1 <Invited> “High-performance GaN-based light-emitting diodes and lighting applications using convergence technologies,”
J.-S. Jang (LED-IT Fusion Technology Research Center, Yeungnam University, Korea)
15:25 17PM-2 “UV protection film using SU-8 polymer for organic solar cell device,”
Y.-S. Seo (Kyungpook National University, Korea)
15:40 17PM-3 “Preparation and characterization of polymer solar cells with P3HT:PCBM active layer,”
H.-J. Chang (Dankook University, Korea)
15:55 17PM-4 <Invited> NdFeB magnet, from invention to the necessity of the sustainable society,”
M. Sagawa (Intermetallics Co. Ltd., Japan)
16:25 17PM-5 “MEMS-in-TEM assisted atomic point contact formation and manipulation: a route toward fundamental nanoscience,”
Y. Takayam (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
16:40 17PM-6 “The “Ouzo effect”, recent developments and application to drug carrying”
R. Botet (Université Paris-Sud, France)
16:55 17PM-7 “Material solution of global climate change by chemical technology,”
H. Koinuma (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
17:30 Banquet/ HIBARI Lounge


November 18 (Fri), 2011

18AM-1: Session Chairs: Y. Kikuchi/ A. Hiraishi

9:00 18AM-1-1 <Invited> “A biological enigma: The inborn numerical competence of humans and animals,”
H. J. Gross (Würzburg University, Germany)
9:30 18AM-1-2 “Color discrimination performance of dichromatic macaque monkey,”
K. Koida (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan)
9:45 18AM-1-3 “The obligate symbiosis in aphids: A promising target for highly selective pest control,”
A. Nakabachi (Toyohashi Universityof Technology, Japan)
10:00 18AM-1-4 <Invited> “Cell-free translation system: A tool for functional proteomics of solute transporters and ion channels,”
Y. Tozawa (Ehime University, Japan)
10:30 18AM-1-5 “Fabrication of a platform for vesicle formation from the unfolded 2-D pattern composed of supported lipid bilayers”
N. Misawa (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan)
10:45 18AM-1-6 “Electrochemical properties and microbial community structure of lactate-fed microbial fuel cells under different external resistances,”
O. Rubaba (Shizuoka University, Japan)
11:00 Coffee Break

18AM-2: Session Chair: K. Terashima

11:15 18AM-2-1 <Invited> “Towards cognition-enabled technical systems,”
S. Hirche (Technische Universität München, Germany)
11:45 18AM-2-1 <Invited> “Firsthand experience of the Tohoku earthquake on 11 March 2011,”
M. Esashi (Tohoku University, Japan)
12:15 Lunch and Excursions

18PP: Session Chairs: T. Mashimo/ A. Baryshev

13:15 Poster Session 2/ Innovative Mechano-Magneto-Electronic Systems

18PM: Session Chairs: S. Nakauchi/ T. Eki

15:15 18PM-1 “Low temperature fabrication of CuxO/ZnO heterojunction solar cells,”    
S. Noda (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)
15:30 18PM-2 “Optical sensing by magnetophotonic crystals with noble metal surface,”
A. V. Baryshev (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan)
15:45 18PM-3 “Optical manipulation of symbiotic chlorella in paramecium bursaria using a fiber axicon microlens,”
K. Taguchi (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
16:00 18PM-4 “Gene delivery system using polyethylenimine-coated magnetic nano- particles and external magnetic field,”
Y. Takahashi (Yokohama National University, Japan)
16:15 18PM-5 “Development of a cell microarray chip for detection of circulating tumor cells” S. Yamamura (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology AIST, Japan)
16:30 Closing remarks
M. Ishida (Vice-President, Director of EIIRIS, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan)