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BNERC & IdNS: – Web symposium – The 18th International Symposium on Bioscience and Nanotechnology


“The 18th International Symposium on Bioscience and Nanotechnology” will be held on 3rd December 2021. This will be an online symposium.

Date and time:

3rd December 2021

13:00 – 18:00


 https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcud-6ppzIjGNH71yrXKA4y0CDWc1fnyPf3 Thank you for your participation.


Official language: English


13:20 – 13:30 Opening address
13:30 – 15:00 Plenary talks by three Associate Professors of the Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science
  Tianzhuo Zhan
Modification of thermal boundary resistance for thermal management of interconnect system in advanced VLSI circuits

  Sujun Guan
Modification strategies of TiO2 photocatalyst coatings
  Taira Kajisa
Creation of bio nano-interface platform for highly sensitive biosensors
15:20 – 16:40 35 poster presentations in “Breakout rooms”
17:00 – 18:00 International panel discussion on “Education under the pandemic situation”

Chris Ewels, University of Nantes, France
Mark Baxendale, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Silvia Geordani, Dublin City University, Ireland
Sharon Strawbridge, University of Exeter, UK
Toru Maekawa, Toyo University

Schedule [PDF]

Abstracts(all) and company advertisements

List of Poster Presentations

 Poster No.  Name  Abstract title
P-1 Noriyuki Doukyu
Involvement of nano efflux pump in organic solvent- and vanillin-tolerance in E. coli
P-2 Jiawei Xu Chiral and Structure selective MALDI using mold matrix
P-3 Tatsuya Fujino Detection of drug and its metabolite in fingerprint by SALDI mass spectrometry using zeolite and study of time-dependent changes in detected ion amount
P-4 Tomofumi Ukai Structures in a paramagnetic colloidal suspension subjected to a dc magnetic field
P-5 Shunji Kurosu Formation of periodic patterns composed of fullerene (C60) molecules via the coffee-ring effect.
P-6 Masashi Suzuki Chain-like structures composed of ferromagnetic nanoparticles cross-linked with enzyme molecules and their enzymatic activity under external magnetic fields
P-7 Hirokazu Shimoshige Fundidesulfovibrio magnetotacticus sp. nov., a novel sulfate-reducing magnetotactic bacterium isolated from a pond in Saitama, Japan
P-8 Vimal Kumar Glucose Oxidase/Aminoferrocene immobilized on a Gold Electrode using Self Assembled Monolayers for Glucose sensing
P-10 Yuki Nagai Nano/micro structures formed by [6]cycloparaphenylene via the coffee ring effect
P-11 Marie Nagatomo Synthesis of nonspherical magnetic particles in supercritical fluids
P-12 Yusuké Handa Patterns formed by C60 and magnetic nanoparticles via the coffee ring effect
P-13 Mingyuan Liao Patterns formed by magnetic particles in a fluctuating magnetic field
P-14 Utah Mashiko Secondary structures formed by [6]cycloparaphenylene
P-15 Takanobu Minakawa Fibres composed of [10]cycloparaphenylene and C60
P-16 Hiroki Yoshihara Proposal of a novel microchannel structure for more accurate measurements
of zeta potential by Electrophoretic Coulter Method systems
P-17 Yudai Mori Synthesis of carbon nanotubes using self-organized catalytic particles
P-18 Yuya Kawatsu Percolation analysis of nonequilibrium cluster structures formed by paramagnetic particles
P-19 Yuki Oyoshi Development of a high-efficiency PCR method utilizing the photothermal effect of nanoparticles
P-20 Mizuki Tobito Bacteria cellulose hydrogels carrying GM3- and Gg3-trisaccharides to probe carbohydrate-carbohydrate interactions between GM3 and Gg3
P-21 Tomohiro Fuse Drug response assessment of vascular endothelial cells by a SERS method
P-22 Yuya Kusaba Establishing an enzyme assay system based on a surface-enhanced fluorescence method
P-23 Nobuaki Saito SERS screening method for substances adsorbed on solid surfaces: examples with pesticide residues
P-24 Momoka Yamazaki Fabrication of biomimetic SERS substrates based on the nanostructures of lepidoptera
P-25 Riku Nakamura Improving the performance of SERS substrates by controlling the nano-silver dendrite formation process
P-26 Ryohei Takahashi Guiding a 15 keV Ar6+ ion beam by a cylindrical glass channel
P-27 Takuya Miyashita Inactivation of skin cancer cells by atmospheric pressure He-O2 plasma irradiated liquids
P-28 Rikako Saito Investigating the RSLs Cytotoxicity; Possible Dependence on Micelle Size
P-29 Hiroaki Sato Effect of caffeine on the stress resistance of Lactobacillus paracasei
P-30 Yuri Tanuma Investigation of several methodologies for simulating the fullerene growth in the presence of hydrogen
P-31 Oxford Instruments KK
P-32 Horiba Ltd.
P-33  Ulvac-Phi Inc. 
P-35  Hitachi High-Tech Corp.

Organised by:

Bio-Nano Electronics Research CentreGraduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science

Supported by:

Shimadzu Co. [URL]
Horiba Ltd.[URL]
Oxford Instruments KK [URL]
Elionix Inc. [URL]
Samco Inc. [URL]
Nissan ARC Ltd. [URL]
Ulvac-Phi Inc. [URL]
Hitachi High-Tech Corp. [URL]

Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre

Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science
Brochure for Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science



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