Program

The technical program will include plenary, keynote lectures, invited and contributed oral presentations as well as contributed poster presentations.

The official language of the symposium is English.

The poster board size is approximately 0.9 m wide by 1.8 m height.

Time Table

June 2 (Sun), 2019
Registration, Get together
June 3 (Mon), 2019
Opening Ceremony, Plenary Lecture, Oral Session, Welcome reception at Botanical museum
June 4 (Tue), 2019
Oral Session, Poster Session, Banquet & Awaji Joruri Puppetry
June 5 (Wed), 2019
Oral Session, Closing Ceremony, Excursion to Naruto Whirlpools and Hokudan Earthquake Memorial Park

Invited Speakers

Plenary Lecture:

  • Hideki Masuda (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
    Fabrication of Highly Ordered Anodic Porous Alumina and Its Functional Applications
  • Herman Terryn (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
    Anodized oxide films as an important interface in different aluminum applications

Keynote:

  • Patrik Schmuki (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)
    Anodic growth and functional applications of TiO2 nanotube layers
  • Achim W. Hassel (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria)
    Combinatorial Anodisation study on Aluminium-Lanthanoid Alloys containing Cerium, Dysprosium, Erbium, Samarium and Terbium
  • Kurt R. Hebert (Iowa State University, USA)
    Recent Insights into the Growth Mechanisms of Self-Ordered Porous Anodic Alumina Films and Titanium Dioxide Nanotube Layers
  • Kemal Nisancioglu (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
    High Temperature AC Anodizing of Aluminium Alloys
  • Monica Santamaria (Palermo University, Italy)
    Anodizing: an effective process to prepare oxides for advanced technological applications
  • Kenichi Shimizu (Keio University, i-SEM laboratory, Japan)
    What is Electron Microscopy - Art or Science -
  • Michio Niwano (Tohoku Fukushi University, Japan)
    Emerging Device Applications for Titania Nanotubes
  • Michael Sailor (University of California, San Diego, USA)
    Anodization of Silicon to Form Mesoporous Optical Nanostructures

Invited:

  • Laurent Arulaurt (Universite Toulouse, France)
    Innovative sealings of tortuous anodic films prepared on aeronautical aluminum alloys
  • Sungmo Moon (Korea Institute of Materials Science, Korea)
    Discussion on the mechanism of anodic film growth on metals in liquid electrolytes
  • Francesco di Quarto (Palermo University, Italy)
    New insights for possible improvements in anodizing and fabrication process of metal foils for electrolytic capacitors
  • Xiaorong Zhou (The University of Manchester, UK)
    The Combined Effect of Intermetallic Phases and Anodizing Parameters on the Integrity of Anodic Films on Aluminium Alloys
  • Rajan Ambat (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
    Anodized aluminium and changing visual appearance: Glossy to white
  • Mario G. S. Ferreira (The University of Aveiro, Portugal)
    Electrochemical synthesis of thin oxide films on titanium and aluminium using powerful pulsed discharge oxidation technique
  • Petra Granitzer (Karl-Franzens-University Graz, Austria)
    Metal filled anodized porous silicon and its optical and magnetic features
  • Yun Chen (Guangdong University of Technology, China)
    Alternately Etched Ladderlike Tapered Pillars Enabling Spontaneous and Consecutive Liquid Transport
  • Thierry Djenizian (MINES Saint-Etienne, France)
    Functionalized titania nanotubes for Li-ion microbatteries
  • Kurt W. Kolasinski (West Chester University, USA)
    Changing the Nature of Electroless Etching with a Syringe Pump: ReEtching, MACE and Low Load MACE
  • Giovanni Zangari (University of Virginia, USA)
    Modification of Anodic TiO2 Nanotube Arrays and their Application in (Photo) Electrochemical Water Oxidation
  • Bunsho Ohtani (Hokkaido University, Japan)
    Energy-resolved density of electron traps in metal-oxide materials as a comprehensive macroscopic measure for identification and characterization
  • Masanori Hayase (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
    Catalyst Layer Formation in A Miniature Fuel Cell Using Anodized Porous Si
  • Kazuyuki Nishio (Tokyo University of Technology, Japan)
    Anodization of Au thin film on Al to form nanoporous gold film
  • Tatsuya Kikuchi (Hokkaido University, Japan)
    Fabrication of Self-Ordered Porous Alumina by Etidronic Acid Anodizing
  • Hidetaka Asoh (Kogakuin University, Japan)
    Formation of Porous Alumina under AC Electric Field without Direct Electrical Connection
  • Takashi Yanagishita (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
    High Throughput Preparation of Through-Hole Membranes with Ordered Hole Arrangements
  • Hiroaki Tsuchiya (Osaka University, Japan)
    Growth of TiO2 nanotubes on heat-treated Ti substrates

Time Table (as of March 4, 2019)

June 2 (Sun) June 3 (Mon) June 4 (Tue) June 5 (Wed)
8:00
Registration (Main Hall Foyer)
8:00
Registration (Main Hall Foyer)
8:00
Registration (Main Hall Foyer)
8:50
Opening (Main Hall)
Session 5:
(Main Hall)
Chairs:
Session 8:
(Main Hall)
Chairs:
  Session 1:
(Main Hall)
Chairs:
8:20 8:20
PL2: Herman Terryn K7: Kenichi Shimizu
9:00 9:00 8:50
PL1: Hideki Masuda I8: Laurent Arurault I15: Kurt W. Kolasinski
9:40 9:20 9:10
K1: Kurt R. Hebert I9: Rajan Ambat I16: Yun Chen
10:10 9:40 9:30
Short Interval
I1: Francesco Di Quarto I10: Mario G. S. Ferreira
10:00 9:40
K5: Patrik Schmuki K8: Michael J. Sailor
10:30
Coffee Break (Main- and B-Hall Foyers)
10:30
Poster Session (Coffee Break)
(Reception Hall B Foyer)
10:10
I17: Petra Granitzer
Session 2:
(Main Hall)
Chairs:
10:30
I18: Masanori Hayase
10:50
10:50 Closing (Main Hall)
K2: Kemal Nisancioglu 11:10
Interval
11:20
I2: Sungmo Moon
11:40
I3: Xiaorong Zhou
12:00
Lunch (B1F Event Hall)
12:00
Lunch (B1F Event Hall)
12:00
Excursion
(Ticket Required)
Meeting Place:
12:00
Lunch (Box)
Session 3:
(Main Hall)
Chairs:
Session 6:
(Main Hall)
Chairs:
13:10 13:00 12:15
Departure

Lunch (Box)

Naruto Whirlpools
(Sightseeing Boat)

Nojima Fault Preservation Museum
(Memorial of The Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake)
K3: Monica Santamaria K6: Michio Niwano
13:40 13:30
K4: Achim W. Hassel I11: Thierry Djenizian
13:50
I12: Giovanni  Zangari
14:10
Short Interval
14:10
I13: Bunsho Ohtani
Session 4A:
(Main Hall)
Chairs:
Session 4B:
(Reception Hall B)
Chairs:
14:30
Short Interval
Session 7A:
(Main Hall)
Chairs:
Session 7B:
(Reception Hall B)
Chairs:
14:20 14:20
I4: Tatsuya Kikuchi O8: Takamitsu Tsujimoto
14:40 14:40 14:40 14:40
I5: Hidetaka Asoh O9: Makoto Chiba I14: Hiroaki Tsuchiya O25: Hiroki Habazaki
15:00 15:00 15:00 15:00
16:00
Registration
(Main Hall Foyer)
O1: Katarzyna Skibinska O10: Emmanuel Rocca O17: Jan Macak O26: Kenji Sakamaki
15:20 15:20 15:20 15:20
O2: Piotr Zabinski O11: Sachiko Ono O18: Hanna Sopha O27: Etsushi Tsuji
15:40
Coffee Break
15:40
Coffee Break
15:40
Coffee Break
15:40
Coffee Break
16:00 16:00 16:00 16:00
I6: Takashi Yanagishita O12: Junji Nunomura O19: MariaPia Pedeferri O28: Masachika Toguchi
16:20 16:20 16:20 16:20
O3: Weronica Linpé O13: Teruo Hashimoto O20: Jinsub Choi O29: Bernard Gelloz
16:40 16:40 16:40 16:40
O4: Gary S. Harlow O14: Delphine Veys-Renaux O21: Song-Zhu Kure-Chu O30: Klemens Rumpf
17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00
O5: Giuseppe Abbondanza O15: Vijay Chouhan O22: Damian Kowalski O31: Ayumu Matsumoto
17:20 17:20 17:20 17:20
O6: Toshiaki Kondo O16: Xiaopei Li O23: Naofumi Ohtsu O32: Kazuhiro Fukami
17:40 17:40 17:40 17:45
JR Maiko Station
O7: Masatoshi Sakairi I7: Kazuyuki Nishio O24: Mikito Suto
18:00
Interval
18:00
Interval
18:00
Dinner
19:00-21:30
Get Together
(Reception Hall B Foyer)
18:45
Group Photo
(Kiseki No Hoshi Botanical Museum)
19:00
Awaji Joruri Puppetry
(The Westin Awaji Island)
19:00-21:00
Welcom Reception
(Kiseki No Hoshi BOTANICAL MUSEUM)
19:30
Group Photo with Puppets
(Kiseki No Hoshi Botanical Museum)

19:45
JR Maiko Station
19:45-21:45
Banquet (Ticket Required)
(The Westin Awaji Island)

20:30
The Westin Awaji Island