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BNERC & IdNS: – Web symposium – The 19th International Symposium on Bioscience and Nanotechnology

“The 19th International Symposium on Bioscience and Nanotechnology” will be held on 2nd December 2022. This will be an online symposium.

The poster presentation will be held with “oVice” and the plenary talks and the International panel discussion with “Zoom”.

Date and time:

2nd December 2022

13:20 – 18:00


Registration closed. Thank you for your participation.

Official language: English

Invitation [PDF]


  13:20 – 13:30 Opening address
  13:30 – 15:10 44 poster presentations in “oVice”
  15:10 – 16:40  3 plenary talks

Ryota Negishi (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
"Anomalous carrier transport properties in multilayer graphene materials with a weak interlayer coupling synthesized by a solid template method"

Jiawei Xu (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
"Application of Metal Nanoparticles in Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization Mass Spectrometry"

Hirokazu Shimoshige
(Post-doc researcher, Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre)
"Fundidesulfovibrio magnetotacticus sp. nov., a sulphate-reducing bacterium capable of forming bullet-shaped Fe3O4 nanoparticles"

  17:00 – 18:00 International panel discussion on "Present situation of the research and educational programmes at overseas universities"
Chris Ewels, University of Nantes, France
Silvia Geordani, Dublin City University, Ireland
Yuri Tanuma, Hokkaido University, Japan
Toru Maekawa, Toyo University

List of Poster Presentations

Abstracts [PDF]

 Poster No.  Presenter's name  Abstract title
P-1 Noriyuki Doukyu
Increase in nano efflux pump and organic solvent-tolerance of E. coli by aromatic compounds
P-2 Masahiro Ito
Improvement of the function of membrane vesicles that uptake cesium ion and establishment of its recovery technology(tentative)
P-3 Ryota Negishi
Surface-enhanced Raman scattering device using the nanogap array structure fabricated by the molecular ruler lithography technique
P-4 Tatsuya Fujino Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry analysis of phthalic acid-2-ethylhexyl eluted from commercial food gloves
P-5 Jiawei Xu Separation and measurement of mirror-image isomer molecules using a mold matrix with silver nanoparticles
P-6 Toru Mizuki
Chemical synthesis and cytotoxicity analysis of rare sugar-glycolipids
P-7 Masashi Suzuki Cluster formation and heat generation of iron nanoparticles subjected to an ac/dc combined magnetic field
P-8   cancelled
P-10 Utah Mashiko Synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles at room temperature
P-11 Hiroshigé Odaka Fractal patterns formed by paramagnetic particles in an ac/dc combined magnetic field
P-12 Miyu Kimura Synthesis of nano fibres composed of carbon nanorings and C60 molecules
P-13 Junta Funada Synthesis of nanoparticles composed of carbon nanobelts, C60 molecules and metallocene
P-14 Sayaca Hata Nanoparticles composed of carbon nanobelts and C60 molecules
P-15 Yuma Kaizuka Synthesis of nanoparticles in near-critical dichlorobenzene
P-16 Yuki Kimura Quick synthesis of carbon nanoparticles by the liquid-liquid interfacial precipitation method
P-17 Yusuké Iwakawa Sythesis of nanoparticles of carbon nanobelt and C70 molecules
P-18 YuLin Wu

Proposal of scaling rules for advanced multi-gate SOI MOSFETs and their verification by 3D device simulation

P-19 Yuki Oyoshi
Polymerase chain reaction using carbon-coated iron nanoparticles
P-20 Kenta Hiratsuka
Magnetic properties and heat generation efficiency of non-spherical magnetic particles synthesized with a supercritical fluid
P-21 Mizuki Tobito
Synthesis of bacterial cellulose hydrogels carrying tumour-associated carbohydrate antigens (GM3 and Gg3) and their self-assembly mediated by GM3-Gg3 interactions
P-22 Keisuke Yoshida Preparation and application of agarose gel beads carrying carbohydrate-appendages
P-23   cancelled
P-24 Ryu Tomioka Detection of surface-adsorbed pesticides with FlexiSERS
P-25 Masaki Tomizawa Detection of volatile sulfur compounds with SERS
P-26   cancelled
P-27 Kosuke Watanabe Evaluation of volatile compounds from beverages with SERS
P-28 Takuya Miyashita Inactivation of skin cancer cells by Ringer's solution irradiated with atmospheric pressure plasma
P-29 Chenhan Zhan
XPS analysis of iron-fullerence complex ions synthesized in the Bio-Nano electron cyclotron resonance ion source
P-30 Yuya Kazamatsuri Guiding of an Ar6+ ion beam with cylindrical glass channels
Zizhuo Ai
Inactivation of lung cancer cells by Ringer's solution irradiated with atmospheric pressure plasma
Tomoki Kizuka TOF-SIMS analysis of iron-fullerene complex ions synthesized in the Bio-Nano electron cyclotron resonance ion source
P-33 Tomoaki Seki Development of a delay line position sensitive detector for ion imaging
Toshiki Horikoshi Quantitative analysis of chemicals in foods by complex formation with monovalent nickel ions using laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry
Tetsuya Morita Detection of organophosphorus pesticides using organic semiconductors as a matrix in laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry
Ryuhei Murata Study on the analysis of sports doping drugs in urine using matrix-assisted laser desorption mass spectrometry
Zining Wang Study on separation and measurement of glucose mirror isomers by laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry with a mold matrix
Daiki Kobayashi
Quantitative analysis of melamine in milk using matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry
Sota Nakamura Cytotoxicity of Boysenberry Leaf Extracts on Colon Cancer Cells
Oxford Instruments KK

Organised by:

Bio-Nano Electronics Research CentreGraduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science

Supported by:

Shimadzu Co. [URL]
Oxford Instruments KK [URL]
Elionix Inc. [URL]
Samco Inc. [URL]
Ulvac-Phi Inc[URL]

Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre

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



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