Program    ( Room: CMF - Spektrum )

  Day1 Program (Tuesday, 12 JUNE) Day2 Program (Wednesday, 13 JUNE)

Session 1: Simulation and modeling

Chair: Mikio Sakai

Session 3: Pharmaceutical Science and Technology

Chair: Hirofumi Yamamoto


Immersed Boundary Methods for Particle-Laden Flows and Fluid-Structure Interactions with Heat and Mass Transfer

Prof. Dr. Takeo Kajishima | Osaka University | Japan
Shintaro Takeuchi | Osaka University | Japan

Preparation process and particle design suitable for pharmaceutical tablets having special functions

Hirofumi Takeuchi | Gifu Pharmaceutical University | Japan


Upscaling from particles to continuum theory

Prof. Stefan Luding | University of Twente | Netherlands

Polyvinyl alcohol Revival of a polymer: Drug Solubility Enhancement & Modified Release

Dieter Lubda | Merck KGaA, Darmstadt | Germany
Finn Bauer | Merck KGaA, Darmstadt | Germany
Günter Moddelmog | Merck KGaA, Darmstadt | Germany
Thomas Kipping | Merck KGaA, Darmstadt | Germany


Application of DEM simulation to Grinding Process in Mineral Processing and Recycling

Prof. Dr. Chiharu Tokoro | Waseda University | Japan

Mitophagy-mediated Tumor Cell Death Caused by Folate-appended Methyl-β-cyclodextrin

Keiichi Motoyama | Kumamoto University | Japan
Yuki Yamashita | Kumamoto University | Japan
Taishi Higashi | Kumamoto University | Japan
Hidetoshi Arima | Kumamoto University | Japan


Challenges in numerical modelling of solid-fluid and multi-physics problems from granular flows to large particles/structures using unstructured meshes

Prof Christopher C. Pain | Imperial College London | United Kingdom

Particle engineering for protein delivery

Alf Lamprecht | University of Bonn | Germany


Recent progress on numerical simulations for industrial powder processes

Prof. Dr. Mikio Sakai | The University of Tokyo | Japan

Efforts on "Drug Fostering" in Japan

Junichiro Kishi | BASF Japan Ltd. | Japan


Poster session

Poster session

Session 2: Nanotechnology / Biotechnology

Chair : Minoru Miyahara, Sanjay Mathur

Session 4: Chystallization

Chair : Dirk Zahn, Yoshiyuki Shirakawa


Chemical Engineering Approach for Nano Materials -Supercritical Process for Nano catalyst, Hybrid Materials and Nano Ink-

Prof. Dr. Tadafumi Adschiri | Tohoku University | Japan

Control of Crystal Size Distribution Using a mL-Scale Continuous Crystallizer Equipped with a High Speed Agitator

Prof. Dr. Koichi Igarashi | Osaka City University | Japan
Hiroshi Ooshima | Kansai Chemical Engineering | Japan


Tailoring Nanoparticle Functionalization by Molecular Simulations

Prof. Dr. Dirk Zahn | Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) | Germany


Carbon nanotube thin films for transparent, flexible and stretchable electronics applications

Prof. Dr. Esko Kauppinen | Aalto University | Finland

Vortex Flow Crystallizer

Hiroya Tsuzaki | Tsukishima kikai Co., Ltd. | Japan
Akihiro Mori | Tsukishima kikai Co., Ltd. | Japan


Atomic Layer and Plasma-enhanced Deposition of Metal and Metal Chalcogenide Materials for Energy Applications

Prof. Dr. Sanjay Mathur | University of Cologne | Germany

Microstructure of GMP Gels Studied by Simultaneous Small and Wide Angle X-ray Scattering

Dr. Masaya Kaneko | Ajinomoto Co., Inc. | Japan
Kazushige Ohmori | Ajinomoto Co., Inc. | Japan
Mitsuhiro Kishino | Ajinomoto Co., Inc. | Japan
Keiichi Yanase | Shinshu University | Japan
Takuya Sengoku | Shinshu University | Japan
Takaaki Sato | Shinshu University | Japan


Novel Application of Microporous Type Ion-exchange Resin

Assistant Prof. Kousuke Hiromori | Tohoku University | Japan

Syntheses of composite and hollow particles in pico-liter droplets

Prof. Dr. Yoshiyuki Shirakawa | Doshisha University | Japan

The schedule is subject to change without notice.