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The 25th Annual Meeting of MRS-J Program List: Poster

D-2 : Nano-biotechnologies on Interfaces

Entry No Presentation Date Award Presenter Name Affiliation Paper Title
Dec. 9
15:00 - 17:00
産業貿易センタービル Hall/ INDUSTRY & TRADE CENTER Hall
Core time : 15:00-17:00
Chair : 松田直樹(産総研)  
2185   D2-P9-001 Dec. 9  Hirotaka TSUCHIYA Graduate school of Science and Technology, Keio University Electrospun polytetrafluoroethylene thin films which promote dropwise condensation
2427   D2-P9-002 Dec. 9  Jun-yong PARK Graduate School of Science and Technology, Keio University Functional nanofiber with hemostatic effect using calcium composite and biocompatible materials
2435   D2-P9-003 Dec. 9  *M Rina HASHIMOTO Department of Electronic Chemistry, Tokyo Institute of Technology Porous fluorine-doped tin oxide electrodes prepared by anodic treatment for electrochemical biosensors
2443   D2-P9-004 Dec. 9  Takeo MORIYA Graduate school of Science and Technology, Keio University Fabrication of superhydrophobic nanoporous glass (SNAG) with anti-reflectivity and anti-frosting property
2555   D2-P9-005 Dec. 9  *M Aimi SUZUKI Division of Materials Science, Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba Influence of ion in Accordance with Hofmeister Series to Redox Hydrogel Electrode
2587   D2-P9-006 Dec. 9  Kazuhiro HIBINO Cancer Institute, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research Sub-classification of exosomes based on their surface markers by the programmed bio-surface.
2593   D2-P9-007 Dec. 9  Julia ROGOWSKA-TYLMAN Laboratory of Nanostructures for Photonics and Nanomedicine,Institute of High Pressure Physics, Polish Academy of Science New generation of sonochemically deposited biodegradable nano-coatings on bone implants
2698   D2-P9-008 Dec. 9  *M Koji OKUJIMA Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Electro-Communication University Water Structures in Poly(ω-methoxyalkyl acrylate) Investigated by In Situ ATR-IR Spectroscopy
2733   D2-P9-009 Dec. 9  Hidenobu AIZAWA National Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Development of Immunosensor using Plasma-Polumerized Film coated Quartz Crystal Microbalance