|Title||Bioresource engineering-colloid and nano technology toward solution of environmental problems|
|Session organizer||Enomae Toshiharu|
|Date & Time||September 30 9:00 am - 12:00 pm|
|Location||Go to Live stream below:|
|Live stream||Jump to S5-2|
A recent report on the marine microplastic problem mentioned the plastic debris have become even more nano-ordered, and the amount of harmful substances adsorbed on the surface has also become enormous. To cope with it, a technology applying colloid aggregation phenomena is important to recover microplastic debris on one hand. Another technology for utilizing biomaterials to develop marine-degradable packaging alternative to plastics from paper, cellulose nanofiber, and biomass plastics on the other hand. This session provides a place to report and discuss these multifaceted initiatives.
To get the first Call for posters in PDF format, click TGSW2020_S5-2(3)
Invitation for presentation and participation in poster session 5-2
Invited talks● Dr. Yasuyuki Kusaka, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Contents● Novelty is not mandatory because the purpose is to broadly share knowledge and research achievements. Summarized past presentations and trend reports both in academia and industry are also encouraged.
Submission to Journal● Excellent presentations, never submitted to any other journal, will be recommended to submission to a special issue of Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (Elsevier) [IF: 3.99].
Language● English (Japanese available in Q&A）
Fee● Both presentation and registration are free from charge.
Application● Provide your information: e-mail, poster session No. (Choose “Bioresources Engineering…”), name (Given, FAMILY), affiliation (University/Company, School/ Department etc.), supervisor (if student), poster title, with Abstract through Abstract upload form.
Registration● Both presenters and viewers must register for this session through Registration for the audience to receive the link to the sub-session room.
Poster upload● Include presentation title, names and affiliation of all authors. None specified otherwise. Enter the session room and upload a poster in PDF into the File tab.
Video● Upload a recorded video file up to 8 min long through video upload (if you do not give live presentation).
Contact● Toshiharu ENOMAE for more.