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Special Symposium

SP-1 Action Plan 2050 Toward Carbon Neutrality Based on Chemical Engineering

Sep. 10 (Sun) 13:00-17:40 Hall X (Program)

Organized by
Committee for Carbon Neutral Innovation by Regional Collaboration
The Working Committee on CCUS,
Center for Strategic Planning
SDGs Committee, Center for Strategic Planning
ONO Tsutomu(Okayama Univ.)
KAWAMURA Kimito(Asahi Quality and Innovations)
KANSHA Yasuki(UTokyo)
KUBOTA Nobuhiko(IHI)
KOYAMA Michihisa(Shinshu Univ.)
TSUJI Yoshiko(UTokyo)
NAKAGAKI Takao(Waseda Univ.)
FUKUSHIMA Yasuhiro(Tohoku Univ.)
YAMADA Hidetaka(Kanazawa Univ.)
It is necessary to design the future society, envision the necessary processes, and seek the appropriate elemental technologies to achieve carbon neutrality. The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan (SCEJ) is working to develop and deepen specific case studies, technologies and academic systems by strengthening cooperation with local industries and communities.
Following symposiums held at every annual meeting and fall meeting since March 2020, we will hold a symposium with invited lectures, requested lectures, and a panel discussion on energy and environmental innovation and its social implementation in the afternoon on September 10, the day before the 54th Autumn Meeting. In this symposium, we would like to focus our discussion on unused resources, such as waste and biomass, that could support a carbon-neutral society.
Interactive comments on each lecture will be available during the symposium through GOING VIRTUAL. The symposium will be open to the public with free of charge to all participants, and we hope that many of you will join us in discussing the future society that chemical engineering will innovate, and that these activities will contribute to the promotion of interdisciplinary research and academic development of the society.
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
Opening remarks
(Asahi Quality and Innovations) KAWAMURA Kimito
The Basic Policy states for decarbonized society in Kyushu
(METI Kyushu) NITA Junichi
Consideration of systems for carbon-negative biomass conversion
(Kyushu U.) HAYASHI Jun-ichiro
Perspectives on the development of conditions for the implementation of carbon-neutral systems in the society ~Issues and discussions from the aspect of governance~
(Nat. Inst. Env. Stu. (NIES)) AOAYAGI Midori
Resource recycling city involving citizens "MIYAMA"
(Miyama City) YAMASHITA Ryohei
CO2 capture and utilization project at Saga city incineration plant/dt>
(Saga City) MAEDA Shuji, (Saga U.) DEMURA Mikihide
Panel discussion
Facilitator: (UTokyo) KOYAMA Michihira
Panelists:     Speakers
Closing remark
(UTokyo/Director, CCNI) TSUJI Yoshiko
SP-2 Potential of Startups based in Chemical Engineering

Sep. 12 (Tue) 10:40-16:20 Hall A (Program)

NISHIYAMA Norikazu (Osaka Univ.)
TOKORO Chiharu (Waseda Univ.)
GOTO Masahiro (Kyushu Univ.)
KITAKAWA Naomi (Tohoku Univ.)
MATSUDA Keigo (Nagoya Univ.)
KOYAMA Michihisa (X-Scientia/Verne Crystal/
Materials Innovation Tsukuba/Shinshu Univ.)
As a driving force for sustainable economic growth, there is great expectation for startups, particularly deep tech startups that use cutting-edge technology to address deep-seated social issues. The Society of Chemical Engineering is expected to serve as a center of academic talents with deep tech expertise. This symposium is intended to discuss the potential of creating startups and changing society.
[Invited lecture] Fukuoka Growth Next - Startup Support by Fukuoka City
(Fukuoka City) IWASAKI Shintaro
[Requested talk] Strengthening Science Techno Park in Indonesian Universities to Support Innovation and Start Up
(University of Indonesia) Heri Hermansyah, Sahlan Muhamad
[Invited lecture] University Startups and Investment: QB Capital's Initiatives
(QB Capital) KAWATA Noriyuki
[Invited lecture] The Importance of Talent Mobility in the Deep Tech Ecosystem
(Plug and Play Japan) OKUBO Hayata
[Invited lecture] Activities of CXO Bank of Fukuoka Prefecture
(Fukuoka Pref.) YAENO Mitsutoshi
[Invited lecture] Change the world with silkworms ~The challenge of developing innovative oral vaccines~
[Requested talk] Development of CO2 capture and utilization process in JCCL, Inc.
[Requested talk] Reasons for receiving gap fund support, its development
(Kyushu U.) INOUE Gen
General discussion and Networking