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SCEJ Headquarters Program

HQ-11 Actions from industry and academia toward carbon neutral. ~ Commemorating the Publication of "Chemical Engineering for Carbon Neutrality (edited by the Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan)" ~

Sep. 11 (Mon) 13:10-17:00 Hall X (Program)

Organized by
NORINAGA Koyo (Nagoya Univ.)
MACHIDA Hiroshi (Nagoya Univ.)
NOMURA Takahiro (Hokkaido Univ.)
SAITO Yasuhiro (Kyutech)
SHIMOYAMA Yusuke (Tokyo Tech.)
NAGUMO Ryo (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.)
GUAN Guoqing (Hirosaki Univ.)
NAKAMURA Maki (Nagoya Univ.)
HQ-12 Women Engineers Network

Sep. 12 (Tue) 12:00-13:00 Hall U (Program)

Organized by
Gender Equality Committee
MIYAZAKI Akane(Japan Women's Univ.)
Registration is FREE for audiences attending only for the public sessions (SP-1 and HQ-12) as an audience (not as a speaker). See Details
HQ-13 Symposium of Working Committee on CCUS

Sep. 13 (Wed) 9:00-15:20 Hall X (Program)

Organized by
The Working Committee on CCUS, Center for Strategic Planning
Division of Physical Properties
Division of Separation Processes
Division of Systems, Information and Simulation Technologies
Division of Environment
LCA Society of Japan
MACHIDA Hiroshi(Nagoya Univ.)
YAMADA Hidetaka(Kanazawa Univ.)
TAKAHASHI Nobuhide(Shinshu Univ.)
NAKAGAKI Takao(Waseda Univ.)
HQ-14 How Young Researchers Are Thinking about Future Research on Chemical Engineering

Sep. 13 (Wed) 13:20-15:40 Hall P (Program)

SAKURAGI Mina(Sojo Univ.)
SAITO Yasuhiro(Kyutech)
Climate change, epidemics, artificial intelligence... society is changing more rapidly than ever before. There is no doubt that chemical engineering will be needed more than ever in this changing society. In order to create a bright future, we believe that it will be necessary for chemical engineering to incorporate new ways of thinking while cooperating with various fields. In this symposium, we invite young engineers and researchers active in various fields from all over Japan to introduce their research and exchange opinions in a relaxed atmosphere in a poster format. We think that such a place will be useful for making connections between young engineers and researchers.