Symposium : D-6 : Resource Efficiency and Material Technology
Oral Session
  *Award marks are B:Bachelor, M:Master, D:Doctor, G:General
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Aug. 3013:30 - 17:15Oral Session
WEST BF #03 
Chair : Makoto KANO Tokyo University of Science 
Chair : Boxue SUN Beijin University of Technology 
3057   Keynote   D6-K30-001 Aug. 30   13:30 14:00 Kohmei HALADA National Institute for Material Science Resource Efficiency, Circular Economy and Material Technology
2154   Keynote   D6-K30-002 Aug. 30   14:00 14:30 Arnold TUKKER 1) Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML), Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands, 2) Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, den Haag, Netherlands The circular economy – challenges and opportunities for Asia
break Aug. 30  14:30 14:40
Chair : S HARJANTO University Indonesia 
Chair : Arnold TUKKER CML 
2603   Invited   D6-I30-003 Aug. 30   14:40 15:00 Makoto KANO Tokyo University of Science The relations between Circular Economy and Satoyama Capitalism from the View Point of Environmental Physics (Invited Paper)
2505     D6-O30-004 Aug. 30   15:00 15:15 Boxue SUN Beijing University of Technology The research and application of life cycle assessment in Chinese materials industry
3756     D6-O30-005 Aug. 30   15:15 15:30 Siaw ONWONA-AGYEMAN Institute of Agriculture Eco-Mulch Production and Their Beneficial Roles in Sustainable Agriculture
3064     D6-O30-006 Aug. 30   15:30 15:45 *G Dachao MA School of Environment, Guangxi University,Key Laboratory of Environment Protection, College of Guangxi Region The Processing Characteristic and Chlorine Behavior of Medical Waste in Hydrothermal Treatment
break Aug. 30  15:45 16:00
Chair : Sherif El.SAFTY NIMS 
Chair : Wataru NAKAO Yokohama Ntional University 
3115     D6-O30-007 Aug. 30   16:00 16:15 *M Mei NAGASE School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan Prediction formula for determination of the best condition to remove printed circuit boards from home appliances using DEM simulation
2532     D6-O30-008 Aug. 30   16:15 16:30 *M Tomohiro SHINOZAKI National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology,Waseda University Selective recovery of rare earth elements by porous polymeric adsorbents modified with diglycolamic acid ligands
3531     D6-O30-009 Aug. 30   16:30 16:45 Mohamed A. SHENASHEN National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Research Center for Functional Materials, 1-2-1 Sengen, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki-ken, 305-0047 Green Refining & Recovery of Rare Metals from Electronic wastes using Hierarchical Monolith Adsorbents
2877     D6-O30-010 Aug. 30   16:45 17:00 S HARJANTO Universitas Indonesia Environmental Benign Approach on Platinum Extraction of Indonesian Artisan Ore by Using Chlorides Leaching Solution
3589     D6-O30-011 Aug. 30   17:00 17:15 Kohmei HALADA Sustainability Desigh Instityte Urban Mined Olympic Medal as a Legacy for Sustainable Society
Aug. 3113:30 - 17:30Oral Session
WEST BF #03 
Chair : Christian ELSSAESER Fraunhofer Institute 
Chair : Yoshikazu SHINOHARA National Institute for Material Science 
3530   Keynote   D6-K31-001 Aug. 31   13:30 14:00 *G James R.J. GODDIN Granta Design Industry approaches to critical materials, substitution and eco-design.
3720     D6-O31-002 Aug. 31   14:00 14:15 *G Shoichi NAMBU Department of Materials Engineering, The University of Tokyo Material selection in multilayered metal composites for improved mechanical properties
3496     D6-O31-003 Aug. 31   14:15 14:30 YOSHIKAZU SHINOHARA National Institute for Materials Science Which is useful for thermoelectric power generation, Z or ZT?
3333     D6-O31-004 Aug. 31   14:30 14:45 *D Momir TABAKOVIC University of Applied Sciences Technikum Vienna Analysis and optimization of a Thermoelectric generator as an electrical renewable power source for biomass boilers
break Aug. 31  14:45 15:00
Chair : James GODDIN Granta Design 
Chair : Shoichi NAMBU Tokyo University 
2136     D6-O31-005 Aug. 31   15:00 15:15 Christian ELSAESSER Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Freiburg,University of Freiburg, FMF Search for substitutes of hard-magnetic materials containing less critical
2297     D6-O31-006 Aug. 31   15:15 15:30 *M Jaeyeong LEE Department of Energy Systems Research, Ajou University Environmental friendly and cost effective bubble-transfer method for graphene from Cu foil and Cu thin film on sapphire
3438     D6-O31-007 Aug. 31   15:30 15:45 *D Naoki MIYAZAWA Kyoto University First-principles calculations of high-stretch formability of Mg-Zn alloys containing no rare metals
2508     D6-O31-008 Aug. 31   15:45 16:00 *M Ryota KASAMA Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Yokohama National University Improvement of elastic moduli and elucidation of the mechanism for thermally aged Al-Zn-Cu alloy
break Aug. 31  16:00 16:15
Chair : Kohmei HALADA National Institute for Material Science 
Chair : Shigeto YAMASAKI Kyushu University 
2542     D6-O31-009 Aug. 31   16:15 16:30 *M Koji GOTO Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Yokohama National University Elimination of the effect of friction and derivation of constitutive equations for hot-compressed aluminum alloys
3119     D6-O31-010 Aug. 31   16:30 16:45 *M Yuki KAWAMURA Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Yokohama National University Development of heat-resistant Al-Fe alloy by means of mechanical alloying and spark plasma sintering
2950     D6-O31-011 Aug. 31   16:45 17:00 *D Yen-Ling KUO Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University Microstructure and mechanical properties of Alloy718 built up by additive manufacturing processes: a comparison between EBM and SLM
2525     D6-O31-012 Aug. 31   17:00 17:15 Shigeto YAMASAKI Kyushu university Development of new ferritic heat-resistant steel with high nitrogen and tungsten addition
3534     D6-O31-013 Aug. 31   17:15 17:30 *D Juan Antonio VEGA FARJE Kyoto University (Graduate Student) Development of MoSi2-Mo5Si3 eutectic composites for gas turbine combustion systems