Plenary Speakers

Opening remarks and plenary session will be held on Oct 28, 9:00 - 12:00.

Prof. Jiang Chang

Prof. Jiang Chang

Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Title: Bioceramics for human health in future

Professor Jiang Chang, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Fellow of International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering (FBSE), Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC), and Fellow of American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). His research focuses on bioactive materials for tissue regeneration and tissue engineering and the interaction between biomaterials and cells. Professor Chang has over 380 scientific papers published in international peer-reviewed scientific journals and 70 patents in the field of biomedical materials. Professor Chang is an associate editor of the Journal of Materials Chemistry B, and International Editorial Advisory Board member of Biomaterials.

Prof. Akira Fujishima

Prof. Akira Fujishima

Tokyo University of Science

Title: Photocatalysis, present situation and future direction

Akira Fujishima was born in 1942 in Tokyo. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry at the University of Tokyo in 1971. He taught at Kanagawa University for four years and then moved to the University of Tokyo, where he became a Professor in 1986. In 2003, he retired from this position and took on the position of Chairman at the Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology. From 1st of January 2010, he became President of Tokyo University of Science(TUS). Now he is Distinguished Professor, Director of Photocatalysis International Research Center, TUS. His main interests are photocatalysis, photoelectrochemistry and diamond electrochemistry.

Dr. Masato Sagawa

Dr. Masato Sagawa

Daido Steel Co. Ltd.

Development of R-Fe-X permanent magnets (R=Rare Earth, X=B,C,N)

Masato Sagawa received his BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering from Kobe University in 1966 and 1968, respectively, and his doctoral degree in Materials Science from Tohoku University in 1972. He joined Fujitsu Ltd. in 1972 as a research engineer, where he began working on magnetic materials for electric relays. He started research on Fe-based rare earth permanent magnets as a private research item and reached to a prototype of Nd-Fe-B in early 1980s. He left Fujitsu in 1982 and joined Sumitomo Special Metals Co. in 1982 and there he filed the first patent on the Nd-Fe-B permanent magnets on August 21, 1982. His awards include: Osaka Science Prize (1984), American Physical Society International Prize for New Materials (1990), Asahi Prize (1990), Japan Magnetics Society Prize (1991), Acta Metallurgica J. Hollomon Award(1998), Honda Kinen Prize (2003), Japan Prize (2012) and NIMS Award(2018). He is working for Daido Steel Co. Ltd. as adviser since October 2016.

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