Program of the 4th Element Strategy Symposium: New Developments in Industry-Academia Research Collaboration

February 3 (Monday), 2020

Ito Hall, the University of Tokyo

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Opening Topic number Topic title Presenter
09:30 Reception
Opening address Moderator:Tomoyuki Saeki MEXT
10:00 Greeting MEXT
10:05 Future of the Project: Toward a Material Science Infrastructure in Japan Kohei Tamao Toyota Physical&Chemical Research Institute
10:10 Explanation of symposium’s objectives Hidetoshi Fukuyama Tokyo University of Science
(1)Research Centers for the Element Strategy Initiative Chair:Toshiji Kanaya J-PARC/KEK
10:20 O1 Laying out the basic science for industrial development of permanent magnets Satoshi Hirosawa NIMS
10:40 O2 Tokodai Institute for Element Strategy(TIES) Hideo Hosono Tokyo Institute of Technology
11:00 O3 ESICB :What comes next ? Tsunehiro Tanaka Kyoto University
11:20 O4 Challenges by ESISM – Managing both high strength and large ductility through the new concept of plaston Isao Tanaka Kyoto University
11:40 Lunch
(2)Keynote address Chair:Hidetoshi Fukuyama Tokyo University of Science
12:50 O5 Interaction between innovation and science Shuichi Sakamoto Cabinet Office
(3)Highlights of industry-academia collaboration Chair:Shinji Tsuneyuki The University of Tokyo
13:10 O6 Polymeric Materials for Next Generation Automobile Kohzo Ito The University of Tokyo
13:30 O7 Zn-Si-O (ZSO) Electron Transport Layer for Next-Generation ELs and Demonstration of High-Performance Perovskite LEDs Junghwan Kim Tokyo Institute of Technology
13:50 O8 Magnetization reversal analysis for surface and interior of permanent magnets using synchrotron XMCD technique and its perspective Tetsuya Nakamura Photon Science Innovation Center
14:10 O9 Minimizingthe Use of Precious Metals in Automotive Catalysts Masato Machida Kumamoto University
14:30 Coffee break
(4)Technologies used with large-scale facilities, software, and data Chair:Hideto Imai NISSAN ARC, LTD.
14:45 O10 SPring-8 enabling nano-analysis with high-energy x-rays Makina Yabashi RIKEN SPring-8 Center
15:00 O11 Recent technical in J-PARC: Stroboscopic Measurment Toshiji Kanaya J-PARC/KEK
15:15 O12 Non-destructive analysis by negative muons Yasuhiro Miyake KEK/NIMS
15:30 O13 Development of large -scale DFT code: OpenMX and its applications Taisuke Ozaki The University of Tokyo
15:45 O14 Date-driven development of new materials Satoshi Itoh National Institute for Materials Science
(5)Poster presentation Chair:Tetsuya Nakamura Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute
16:00 P42 Special entry: Dislocation dynamics in steels using femtosecond X-ray diffraction Mitsuharu Yonemura Nippon steel corporation
16:05 Poster previews (One minute for each presentation)
17:15 Poster session (To be held in the multipurpose space in front of the Ito Hall)
18:45 Informal gathering(To be held in the multipurpose space in front of the Ito Hall)

February 4(Tuesday), 2020

Ito Hall, the University of Tokyo

Opening Topic number Topic title Presenter
09:00 Reception
(6)Cases of industry-academia collaboration in each
Electronic materials Chair:Yutaka Majima Tokyo Institute of Technology
09:30 O15 Elucidation of state and role of hydrogen in electronic materials Hideo Hosono Tokyo Institute of Technology
09:50 O16 Development of Dielectric Materials for power device and IoT Applications Hiroshi Funakubo Tokyo Institute of Technology
10:10 O17 Developments of Electronic Materials under Element Strategy Project in NIMS Naoki Ohashi National Institute for Materials Science
Magnetic materials Chair:Ken Ohashi Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.
10:30 O18 Magnetization reversal simulation of Nd-Fe-B sintered magnet by the large-scale micromagnetic calculation Jun Fujisaki FUJITSU LIMITED
10:50 O19 Preparation of high-performance Sm-Fe-N based bulk magnets with low-oxygen content Masashi Matsuura Tohoku University
11:10 O20 Formation mechanism of HRE-rich shell and magnetic property change of Nd-Fe-B sintered magnets by HRE grain boundary diffusion process Tadakatsu Ohkubo National Institute for Materials Science
11:30 Lunch
Catalysts and batteries Chair:Kenji Dohsaka Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
12:40 O21 Development of oxygen storage material using topotactic transition Saburo Hosokawa Kyoto University
13:00 O22 Intercalation Science of Na and K Guest Species for Energy Storage Application Shinichi Komaba Tokyo University of Science
13:20 O23 Variety and superior electrolyte functions of alkali-metal-based hydrate melt Atsuo Yamada The University of Tokyo
13:40 O24 DFT-MD studies on the K computer toward battery electrolyte development Yoshitaka Tateyama National Institute for Materials Science
Structural materials Chair:Takahito Ohmura National Institute for Materials Science
14:00 O25 Effect of Carbon on Plaston in Steel Shusaku Takagi JFE Steel Corporation
14:20 O26 Plastic deformation mechanism of super-long-fatigue-life seismic damping steel Takahiro Sawaguchi National Institute for Materials Science
14:40 O27 Analysis on Thermomechanical Processing through In-Situ Neutron Diffraction at J-PARC Akinobu Shibata Kyoto University
15:00 Coffee break
Data and measurements Chair:Satoshi Itoh National Institute for Materials Science
15:15 O28 Cyber Physical System in a laser processing Hiroharu Tamaru The University of Tokyo
15:35 O29 From ”To see Element” to” To see Chemistry” –Future Perspective of the Role of Next Generation Synchrotron Radiation Facility Masaki Takata Tohoku University
(7)Panel discussion Hidetoshi Fukuyama Tokyo University of Science
15:55 Preparation of the venue
16:00 Suggested topic: From “project” to “system”
16:05 Discussion Masaki Takata Tohoku University/Photon Science Innovation Center
Isamu Takahara Cabinet Office
Yoshinori Hirai AGC
Hideo Hosono Tokyo Institute of Technology
16:55 Closing address Kohei Tamao Toyota Physical&Chemical Research Institute

Poster presentation

Poster previews(one minute each)
Poster session (To be held in the multipurpose space in front of the Ito Hall)

Click here for the floor plan of the poster presentation venue

No Topic title Presenter
P1 Local electronic structure of impurity hydrogen in transparent semi-conductor IGZO simulated by muogen Masatoshi Hiraishi High Energy Accelerator Research Organization
P2 Ultra-high-speed Single Molecule Resonant Tunneling Transistor Yutaka Majima Tokyo Institute of Technology
P3 Development of hydrogen-sensitive thermal desorption spectroscopy system Hidenori Hiramatsu Tokyo Institute of Technology
P4 New two-dimensional materials: Hydrogen boride(BH) sheets Takahiro Kondo University of Tsukuba
P5 Fast hydride ion conduction in LaH3-2xOx at intermediate temperature Soshi Iimura Tokyo Institute of Technology
P6 Hydrogen doping on amorphous gallium oxide semiconductor Keisuke Ide Tokyo Institute of Technology
P7 Polar nano-region structure in lead free oxynitride LaTiO2N Jun-ichi Yamaura Tokyo Institute of Technology
P8 “Near net shape” iron-based superconductors made from common materials Akiyasu Yamamoto Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
P9 Photo-dielectrics Hiroki Taniguchi Nagoya University
P10 Preparation of thick HfO2 film through considering phase stability Takao Shimizu Tokyo Institute of Technology
P11 Ferroelectrics properties of Bi2SiO5 epitaxial thin film Masanori Kodera Tokyo Institute of Technology
P12 Ambipolar Thin-Film Transistors and High-Gain CMOS-like Inverters Using Copper Nitride Kosuke Matsuzaki Tokyo Institute of Technology
P13 Preparation of Novel Insulator/Ti Metal Composites for Energy-storage Capacitor Satoshi Wada University of Yamanashi
P14 Development of Accurate and Efficient Defect Calculation Methods toward Electronic Materials Exploration Fumiyasu Oba Tokyo Institute of Technology
P15 Accelerated chargeability of Li-ion battery by ferroelectric assist Shintaro Yasui Tokyo Institute of Technology
P16 Synthesis and Evaluation of Novel Ternary Nitrides of II-Sn-N2 Semiconductors Fumio Kawamura National Institute for Materials Science
P17 Synthesis of high purity hexagonal boron nitride single crystals and their properties Taniguchi Takashi National Institute for Materials Science
P18 Growth and characteristics of piezoelectric/semiconductor bulk single crystals Kiyoshi Shimamura National Institute for Materials Science
P19 Surface, interface, and bulk electronic stages probed by X-ray phptoemission Shigenori Ueda National Institute for Materials Science
P20 Development of electride-based catalysts for ammonia synthesis and initiatives for practical use Masaaki Kitano Tokyo Institute of Technology
No Topic title Presenter
P21 Development and application of three-dimensional imaging of magnetic domains Motohiro Suzuki Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute
P22 Development of high coercivity Iron-based rare-earth permanent magnets by multi-scale structural characterization Tadakatsu Ohkubo National Institute for Materials Science
P23 Analysis of the influence of the microstructure on the coercive force- Yoshinori Kobayashi Hitachi Metals, Ltd.
P24 Detection and analysis of elemental magnetization reversals of a permanent magnet Satoshi Okamoto Tohoku University
No Topic title Presenter
P25 Role of La on three-way catalysis of Pd/La/Al2O3 Shimizu Kenichi Hokkaido University
P26 Redox mechanism of Ni-Cu catalysts analyzed by operando XAFS Hiroyuki Asakura Kyoto University
P27 Observation of ethylene hydrogenation by in-situ inelastic neutron scattering Seiji Yamazoe Tokyo Metropolitan University
P28 XAFS processing software “xTunes” Seiji Yamazoe Tokyo Metropolitan University
P29 Possibility of aqueous Na-and K-ion batteries with concentrated electrolyte Shigeto Okada Kyushu University
P30 Intermediate-temperature sodium secondary batteries using ionic liquids Rika Hagiwara Kyoto University
P31 “Super” zeolite catalyst preparation through unique collaboration with academia-automobile companies Masaru Ogura The University of Tokyo
P32 Development of automotive catalyst with a small amount of precious group metal by Mn-YbFeO3 catalyst support Saburo Hosokawa Kyoto University
No Topic title Presenter
P33 Clarification of microstructure and plastic deformation mechanism of structural metal materials by synchrotron radiation measurement Hiroki Adachi University of Hyogo
P34 Mechanical properties based on defect structures and alloying in metals: Atomistic and electronic structure calculations Tomohito Tsuru Japan Atomic Energy Agency
P35 Development of high-performance steels- a real time observation of microstructure evolution during thermo-mechanical controlled process in steels- Wu GONG Kyoto University
Synchrotron Radiation(SPring-8/SACLA)
No Topic title Presenter
P36 Nondestructive identification of aging in 18650-type cells with Compton scattering imageing Kosuke Suzuki Gunma University
P37 Bayesian Hamiltonian Selection in X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Masaichiro Mizumaki Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute
P38 Development of Scanning Three-dimensional X-ray Diffraction Microscopy Yujiro Hayashi Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.
P39 Elucidation of 3D structure and physical properties of active sites Tomohiro Matsushita Nara Institute of Science and Technology
P40 Feature of magnetic domain structure of newly developed high performance permanent magnet Teruhiko Fujiwara TOKIN Corporation
P41 Time-resolved in-situ observation of solidification phenomena in Fe-based alloys by synchrotron radiation X-rays Hideyuki Yasuda Kyoto University
P42 Dislocation dynamics in steels using femto-second X-ray diffraction Mitsuharu Yonemura Nippon steel corporation
No Topic title Presenter
P43 Colossal Barocaloric Effect of Plastic Crystal –Perspective toward a New Solid Coolant– Yukinobu Kawakita Japan Atomic Energy Agency
P44 Analysis of Lithium Ion Battery using Muonic X-ray Izumi Umegaki Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.
P45 Study of piezoelectric material using stroboscopic neutron diffraction Takuro Kawasaki Japan Atomic Energy Agency
P46 Visualization of magnetic field from rotating electric motor using stroboscopic neutron imaging technique Takenao Shinohara J-PARC/JAEA
P47 Observation of creation and annihilation processes of magnetic skyrmions by stroboscopic neutron small-angle scattering Taro Nakajima The institute for solid state physics, the university of Tokyo
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P48 MateriApps-Portal of Materials Science Simulation Synge Todo The University of Tokyo
P49 User Support Services in the HPCI System Kanako Yoshizawa RIST
P50 Device and Process Simulations based on first principles of quantum theory Atsushi Oshiyama Nagoya University
P51 Development of permanent magnets by simulation and machine learning Takashi Miyake AIST
P52 Automation of the first-principles calculation to search functional materials in high entropy alloys Hiori Kino National Institute for Materials Science
P53 Topological analyses on the structure of glass Shinji Kohara National Institute for Materials Science
P54 Materials Data Platform and its future vision Mikiko Tanifuji National Institute for Materials Science
P55 Innovative adhesion technology based on 4-dimensional multi-scale analysis Keiji Tanaka Kyushu University
P56 XenonPy:a machine learning platform for accelerating materials design Liu Chang The Institute of Statistical Mathematics
P57 Data-driven approach in industrial applications of synchrotron analyses at Hyogo-prefectural beamlines in SPring-8 Yuki Takayama Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Hyogo Science and Technology Association
P58 Thermoelectric materials development by explainable AI Yuma Iwasaki NEC Corporation
P59 Olfactory Sensor “MSS” Genki Yoshikawa National Institute for Materials Science
P60 High-throughput quantum beam experiments with machine learning Kanta Ono KEK
Advanced Observation/Experiment(IMS・ISSP・IMR)
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P61 Diffusion behavior of Li+ and Mg2+ in Li-Mg dual-cation battery system Tetsu Ichitsubo Tohoku University
P62 Battery Application of Lithium Super-Ionic Conducting Hydrides Shin-ichi Orimo Tohoku University
P63 Observation and evaluation of vacancy in silicon wafers using ultrasound method Yuichi Nemoto Niigata University
P64 Liquefaction enterprise in a university for a helium recycling society Shigeo Ohara Nagoya Institute of Technology
P65 Low energy optics for a scanning transmission X-ray microscope at UVSOR-III Takuji Ohhigashi Institute for Molecular Science
P66 Chemical reactions in microfluidics probed by operando spatially-resolved soft Xray absorption spectroscopy Masanari Nagasaka Institute for Molecular Science
P67 Observation of Solid-Liquid Interfaces with Ambient Pressure Hard X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Toshihiko Yokoyama Institute for Molecular Science