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Award for Encouragement of Research in the 27th Annual Meeting of MRS-J

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A A-I5-009 Kentaro TOMITA Kyushu University Diagnostics of extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) light source plasmas for next generation semiconductor lithography
A A-P6-006 Takumi YAMAZAKI Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology Hydrogen enrichment of biogas by nonthermal plasma-mediated catalysis
B B-O6-003 Tsuyoshi TAKAMI Kyoto University Crystal structure, transport properties, and their relationship to spin-state crossover for cobalt oxides
C C-P7-009 Rina KUMAZAWA Graduate School of Chemical Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science Creation of Highly Activity Water-Splitting Photocatalyst by Cr2O3 Coating on Fine Gold-Cluster Cocatalyst Using SMSI Effect
C C-P7-008 Takanori TAKAHASHI National Institute of Technology, Tsuruoka College Effects of Sputtered Tantalum Oxide-Based Gate Insulators on Amorphous InGaZnO Thin-Film Transistor
D D-O6-012 Ken WATANABE Graduate School of Engineering,
Osaka University
Temperature Dependence of Carrier Mobility in Non-peripherally Octahexyl-substituted Phthalocyanine-copper(II) Complex
E E-P6-004 Tatsuki MIURA Graduate School of Tokyo University of Science The quenching effects for depolarization temperature and crystal structure of Li-substituted (Bi0.5Na0.5)TiO3 ceramics
E E-P6-020 Tomoki KAMBE Tokyo Univ. of Sci Study on slow light in tunable 2-D Ferroelectric Photonic Crystals consisting of PLZT
F F-O6-006 Yumito AOYAGI Faculty of Science,University of Okayama Formation of Nano-Carbon Structure with Gas Plasma in Micro-Wave Oven
G G-I7-001 Younsoo KIM Department of Materials Engineering School of Engineering The University of Tokyo The helical shaped self-oscillating gel showing large and uniaxial deformation
H H-O7-008 Ryota TAMATE Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology Yokohama National University Self-healing ion gels based on hydrogen bonding of jammed block copolymer micelles
H H-O7-006 Jinta NANPO Graduate School of Science and Technology, Niigata University/ ALCA-JST Magnetic-Field Sensitivity for Magnetic Elastomers Containing ZnO Nonmagnetic Particles 
H H-O7-009 Takuma KUREHA Graduate School of Textile Science & Technology, Shinshu University Polymeric Microspheres for the Separation of Halogen Compounds from Aqueous Solution
H H-O7-005 Ayumu TSUCHIYA National Institute of Technology, Numazu College  Macroscopic Single Arrangement of Perpendicular Cylinder Structure using Orientation Transition of Liquid Crystal
H H-P6-025 Daichi MUROTA Graduate School of Engineering, Utsunomiya University Extraction of Antibacterial Prodigiosin from Gram-negative Serratia marcescens Using Span Niosome  
I I-O5-022 Takumi WATANABE Graduate school of Textile Science & Technology, Shinshu University Surfactant-Free Seeded Emulsion Polymerization of Styrene in the Presence of Water-Swollen Microgels
I I-O6-008 Ryo ISHIHARA Tokyo University of Science, Department Materials Science and Technology Sensitive Extracellular Vesicle Detection on a
Power-Free Microchip Functionalized by Utilizing
UV Graft Polymerization
I I-O5-017 Seina HIROSHIGE Graduate School of Textile Science & Technology, Shinshu University Formation of Tough Films by Evaporation of Water from Dispersions of Elastomer microspheres Crosslinked with Rotaxane Structure
I I-P6-018 Yuka FUKAYA School of Materials and Chemical Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology Hydrogel Formation based on Kinetic Control of Enzymatically Synthesized Cellulose Oligomers
I I-P6-012 Shoko INOMATA Department of Materials Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science Fabrication of a Surface-functionalized Power-free Microchip Utilizing UV graft polymerization for MicroRNA Detection
I I-P6-022 Tatsunori SAKAMAKI Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University Specific Ion Effects on Hydration States and Oil Repellency in Poly(sulfobetaine) Brushes
J J-O7-002 Kyohei OKUBO The University of Tokyo Nano-designed interface toward single exosome analysis
J J-P6-012 Hiroki NAKAMURA Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Keio  Hybrid surface of hydrophobic nanoparticles and hygroscopic polymers for effective anti-icing applications
K K-P6-004 Keiji KOMATSUs Nagaoka University of Technology Adsorption and separation behaviors of CO2 and CH4 gases on nanoporous carbon fabricated from rice husk
K K-P6-011 Soichiro MATSUBARA Graduate School of Chukyo University Preparation of Interlocking Block Containing Chaff Charcoal for Environmental Preservation and Evaluation of Metal Ion Adsorption Capacity in Aqueous Solution
L L-O6-008 Tomohito TSURU Japan Atomic Energy Agency First-principles and experimental study on interfacial fracture in Mg alloys
L L-O5-008 Hiroki FUJIWARA Department of Adaptive Machine Systems, Osaka University Computational Experiments of δ-γphase nucleation upon δ-γ Massive like Transformation in Carbon Steel by Phase Field Modeling: A Possible Explanation for Experimental Evidences
L L-P5-013 Takumi HAYASHI Nagoya Institute of Technology First-principles investigation of migration of clustering noble gas atoms in bcc W
M M-P5-043 Daisuke SHIMA Graduate School of Chemical sciences and Technology, Tokyo University of Science High Resolution Separation of Hydrophilic Gold Clusters with Ion pair or Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography.
M M-P5-036 Rui HAYASHI Graduate School of Science, Tokyo University of Science Improvement of water-splitting photocatalytic activity of BaLa4Ti4O15 photocatalyst by precise loading of bimetallic cluster
M M-O6-015 Shota YAMADA Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainabilty, Nagoya University Preparation of Red Blood Cell-like Particles with Ability to Avoid Accumulation in the Lung and Spleen for the Treatment of Liver Fibrosis
M M-O5-007 Mitsuhiro OKUBO Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University Helical Polyisocyanides for Use as Circularly Polarized Luminescence Materials
S S-P6-005 Mikiya KOTAKA Nagaoka University of Technology Control of Self-Powdering Phenomena in Ferroelastic β'-Gd2(MoO4)3 crystallization in Boro-Tellurite Glasses
S S-O5-015 Shigeharu ITO National Insitute of Technology,Tsuruoka College/National Institute for Materials Science(NIMS) Formation of the anode reaction active site by addition of mixed conducting brownmillerite promoter