NANOTECHNOLOGIES FOR 21st CENTURY

COOPERATION EVENT BETWEEN ALBANIA, JAPAN AND SPAIN

January 29, 2020 Tokyo (Japan)
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TENTATIVE PROGRAM
08:30-09:00Registration
09:00-09:45 Session I: Objectives of the workshop and welcome addresses
Toshiki Nagano, Program officer of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) and Fellow of JST, Japan
Jorge Toledo, Ambassador of Spain in Tokyo, Japan
Gjergj Teneqexhiu, Ambassador of Albania in Tokyo, Japan
Lluis Rovira, Director of CERCA Institute (Research Centers of Catalonia), Spain
Pablo Ordejon, Director of the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), Barcelona, Spain
Arben Merkoçi, ICN2, CSIC, BIST, CERCA, Spain
Antonio Correia, Phantoms Foundation, Spain
09:45-10:30  Session II: Research centres strategies and collaboration opportunities
Lluis Rovira, Director of CERCA in Catalonia, Spain
CERCA – Research Centres of Catalonia
Pablo Ordejon, Director of ICN2, Barcelona, Spain
Fabrizio Mura, EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, Japan
How EEN could help to open doors in Japan
10:30-11:00  Plenary talk
Akira Fujishima, Distinguished Professor and Director of Tokyo University of Science, Japan
TiO2 Photocatalysis and Diamond Electrode
11:00-11:30 Coffee-break / Networking
11:30-12:45  Session III: Nanotech research and applications
Yoshinobu Baba, Nagoya University, Japan
Nanobiodevices, Quantum Technology, and AI for Future Healthcare
Yasuaki Einaga, Keio University, Japan
Electrochemical application of boron-doped diamond electrodes
Amy Shen, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Nano/microfluidic platforms for biosensing applications
Arben Merkoçi, ICN2, CSIC, BIST, CERCA, Spain
Nanobiosensors for diagnostics applications; paper-based platforms
12:45-13:45 Break/Lunch
13:45-15:15  Session IV: Nanotech research and applications
Pedro Gomez, ICN2, CSIC, BIST, CERCA, Spain
Hybrid nanomaterials for energy storage
Majlinda Vasjari, University of Tirana, Albania
Carbon-based sensors for industrial applications
Shinji Koh, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
Device applications of graphene prepared by chemical vapor deposition transparent antennas and chemical sensors
Kledi Xhaxhiu, University of Tirana, Albania
Salient gas and photosensorial properties of new ternary and quaternary nano and micro mixed valence crystalline compounds
Marcos Penedo Garcia, WPI-NanoLSI - Kanazawa University, Japan
Nanoendoscopy AFM: a window into the cell
Yuta Nishina, Okayama University, Japan
Mass production of 2D nanocarbons
15:15-15:50 Coffee-break / Networking
15:50-16:10  Session V: Nanotech industry & Tech transfer
Javier Maira, CSIC (Area of Commercial Strategy and Internationalization), Spain
CSIC nanotechnologies for market applications
Juan Antonio Ruiz Fuentes, Nadetech Innovations, Spain
Bridging in cascade Science and Industry
16:10-17:55  Session VI: Nanotech research and applications
Partizan Malkaj, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania
The use of conducting composite polymers of PANI and PPY in different electrochemical devices
Chiaki Terashima, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Highly active photocatalyst based on TiO2 nanomaterials
Cesar Moreno, ICN2, CSIC, BIST, CERCA, Spain
From atomically-precise graphene nanoarchitectonics to applications
Gjergj Dodbiba, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Magneterehological Properties of a Mixture of Carbonyl Iron Powders Suspended in Ionic Liquid
Daniel Citterio, Keio University, Japan
Sample-in-answer-out paper platforms for diagnostic applications
Kazuya Nakata, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Utilization of photocatalytic reactions for biological applications
Bujar Dida, University Polytechnic of Tirana, Albania
Preparation and Characterization of Hydroxide of Alkaline Earth Metals Nanoparticle Dispersions for Cultural Heritage Application
17:55-18:00 Final conclusions / Closure
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