Exhibition Report - nano tech Japan 2017 International

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Exhibition Report - nano tech Japan 2017 International
Exhibition
Report
Date ¦
Venue ¦
1.27 -1.29
2016.
wed.
Fri.
Tokyo Big Sight
East Exhibition Hall 4,5,6 & Conference Tower
Organized by ¦ nano tech executive committee /
ICS Convention Design, Inc.
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nano tech 2016 Overview
Name
nano tech 2016
–The 15th International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference
Date & Time
Jan.27 (Wed.) - Jan.29 (Fri.), 2016
10:00 - 17:00
Venue
East Exhibition Hall 4, 5, 6 & Conference Tower,
Tokyo Big Sight, Japan
Concurrent events
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Exhibitors / Attendees
The world’s largest nanotechnology event transforms
innovative ideas into business chances
Exhibitors
Booths
578
7,9 67.16 m 2
(Domestic: 382 / Foreign: 196)
(Domestic: 6,275.16m2 / Foreign: 1,692m2 )
Attendees
January 27 (Wed.)
January 28 (Thu.)
January 29 (Fri.)
Total
2
14 ,883
16, 251
17, 38 0
4 8, 514
Exhibitors from…
America
Iran
Singapore
Slovakia
Denmark
France
Portugal
Taiwan
United Kingdom
Holland
Switzerland
Thailand
Germany
Bulgaria
Malaysia
China
Italy
Canada
Spain
Czech Republic
Finland
Belgium
Korea
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Organizer Program
nano tech 15th Anniversary Special Symposiums
The symposium consisted of "Nanotech Agenda 2020" and "Graphene Special". More than 95% of all audience were satisfied
with the contents. (All programs provided with English / Japanese translation.)
Nanotech Agenda 2020
Conducted by leading experts, this symposium focused on the future visions and trends of nanotechnology commercialization towards 2020.
Expectations for DDS technologies Future of Mammalian Synthetic
and their future prospects
Biology and Molecular Robotics
from the industrial viewpoint
Hiroshi Kikuchi
Executive Director,
Chief Innovation Officer
Group, Eisai
Hirohide Saito
Professor, Center for
iPS Cell Research and
Application (CiRA),
Kyoto University
Development of Nanomaterial-based
Prospective view of the design of The potential of cellulose nanofibers
Organic Thin-film
soft materials in the
- Future automotive made from
Photovoltaics for Self-Powered System point of view of simulation system
plant -
Hidetoshi Matsumoto
Associate Professor,
Graduate School of
Science and Engineering,
Tokyo Institute of
Technology
Hiroshi Morita
Team Leader, National
Institute of Advanced
Industrial Science and
Technology (AIST)
Hiroyuki Yano
Professor,
Kyoto University
Graphene Special
International experts gave an overview about recent endeavors to create practical uses for the new "wonders material" graphene.
Graphene Technology: Roadmap
to Applications
Andrea Ferrari
Director, University of
Cambridge, Cambridge
Graphene Centre
Graphene for future sensor
applications
Robert Roelver
Corporate Research,
Robert Bosch
2D Materials Growth: Prospects
and Challenges
Introduction of NEDO Project for Development of Graphene towards
Practical Application of
Industrial Utilization
Carbon Nanomaterials
Luigi Colombo
Texas Instruments
Ken Kokubo
Project Manager and Chief Officer,
Electronics, Materials Technology
and Nanotechnology Dept. New
Energy and Industrial Technology
Development Organization (NEDO)
Masataka Hasegawa
•Group Leader, NMRI, AIST
•General Manager,
Graphene Division Project
Headquarters, TASC
Graphene Special 2 Applied Graphene Materials: Scalable graphenenano-platelet
10:30 Graphene- markets, applications and the latest commercialisation progress
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IDTechEx
10:45
Khasha Ghaffarzadeh
11:50 production for Composites, Coatings and Functional Fluids
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Manager, Business Development, Applied Graphene Materials
12:05
Richard Akam
Paving the way for disruptive innovations through world-wide
28
(Thu.)
10:50 knowledge integration
|
INL, The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory
11:05
Lars Montelius
11:10 Establishing a Tailored Graphene Supply Chain
|
11:25
|
11:45
(Thu.)
Haydale
12:30 The Promises and Challenges of Graphene Oxides and CVD Sheets
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GRAPHENEA
12:45
IÑIGO CHAROLA
avanzare
12:50 Recent Progress of Graphene and It's Applications in Taiwan
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Director, Adv. Material Dept., RiteDia
13:05
Lin, I-Chiao
Ray Gibbs
11:30 Preparation of graphene and its use in polymer composites
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12:10 Self-standing synthesis graphene on the carbon fiber surface and it's applications
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CEO, HQ, Incubation Alliance
12:25
Kazuo Muramatsu
Julio Gomez
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Organizer Program
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Global Business Matching System
The system enables exhibitors and visitors to directly approach each other before the event and to setup personal meetings. The
system supports and schedules meetings for a variety of objectives, for example, finding solutions for your company’s technical
challenges, offering your products or technical solutions or attracting partners to take part in joint development.
Benefits of the Matching System
Exhibitor
Visitor
Visitor
Exhibitor
Meetings
400
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Find attendee information before the event
2
Approach all registered visitors and 1,300
exhibitors of 11 concurrent exhibitions
3
Set appointments easily and directly
Attendees
334
1000
868
800
300
600
200
143
400
100
0
376
200
nano tech 2015
nano tech 2016
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nano tech 2015
nano tech 2016
nano tech Awards 2016
Award winners are companies, associations, research institutes and universities, which highly contribute to the industry development.
The aim of the awards is to encourage the advancement of nanotechnologies. Board of review: nano tech executive committee
Awards sponsor: NIKKAN KOGYO SHIMBUN, LTD.
■ Grand Award
Ricoh Co., Ltd
RICOH Corp. exhibited the applications of nano technology in a broad range fields,
including nervous activity testing devices using biomagnetic measuring technology,
3D printers for producing cells and new type secondary batteries capable of quick
charging and discharging.
■ Life Nanotechnology Award
TEIJIN LIMITED
■Business Matching Award
INNOPSYS
Teijin Limited used carbon nanotubes as a long fibers and applied nanofibers to various
healthcare products including face masks and skin sheets.
INNOPSYS obtained a largest number of business meeting appointments with various
exhibitors and visitors by using a business matching system, and strenuously committed to
the open innovation.
■Green Nanotechnology Award
MEIJO NANO CARBON CO.,LTD
Meijo Nano Carbon Co.,Ltd pursued research for realizing sustainable society with
the successful production of inexpensive and high-quality carbon nanotubes and the
development of capacitors using these nanotubes.
■Research Project Award (Life Nanotechnology Award)
AIST Project:Light weight shoes using cellulose nanofiber-reinforced rubber
AIST (Project) reduced the weight of shoes dramatically by applying new nano tech material,
cellulose nano fiber to actual products, Asics-made sneakers.
■Initiative Award
YAMAHA MOTOR Co.,Ltd.
■Research Project Award (Green Nanotechnology Award)
NIMS Project:Rare-earth free high efficiency thermoelectric material
Yamaha Motor Co.,Ltd. developed unique surface treatment technology for improving
corrosion resistance and heat-resistance of motorcycles and endeavored to diffuse the
broad use of the technology suited to their own products.
NIMS (Project) contributed to the broad use of thermoelectric material by developing highperformance thermoelectric material in which expensive rare earth was replaced with
inexpensive material.
■New Exhibitor Award
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute
■Special Award
JEOL Ltd.
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute developed the technology for producing
cellulose nanofiber, next generation material, and contributed to the effective use of timbers
abundantly available in Japan.
JEOL Ltd. developed transmission-type electron microscopes with the world’s highest level
of resolutions using its proprietary technology, and contributed to accelerating research on
nanotechnology.
■Continuous Achievement Award
Taiwan Pavilion
■NIKKAN KOGYO SHIMBUN Award
TDC CORPORATION
Taiwan Pavilion contributed to the nanotechnology around the world by introducing Taiwan’s
wide range of high-quality nanotechnology.
TDC Corporation contributed to the improved performance of Smartphone and automobiles
by developing ultra precision nano-meter level mirror-like finishing technology
■Academic-industrial Alliance Award
Organization for Promotion Academic City by Kyushu University
OPACK made strenuous commitments to promoting the collaborative relationship among industry,
government and revitalizing local economy by linking the use of intellectual resources, research
product of Kyushu University and the demand for commercialization by industries.
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Robotics Zone
The Robotics zone, firstly held with 33 exhibitors and a special robotics seminar, created new value through technology
integration.
Molecular
Robotics
Micro
Robots
Service
Robots
Quantum
Computer
Nano Biz Networking Reception
Nano Biz Networking Reception was held on the second day of the exhibition and co-hosted by the Nanotechnology Business
Creation Initiative (NBCI). Foreign exhibitors sponsored for the 2016 Reception and contributed to the international exchange
about technologies. Around 700 participants, including exhibitors, seminar speakers and nanotech experts from around the
world enjoyed this special evening.
Voice of exhibitors
Exhibitors regard nano tech as the must-be event of the year. They value not only its sheer size but also the opportunity to
meet a quality business focused audience from Asia and all over the world.
“Nanotech Japan, with 50'000 visitors every year, is the largest fair worldwide in Micro&Nanotechnologies. It's an
excellent opportunity for Swiss companies and institutes to present their activities to such a top Asian and international
audience."
Swiss Pavilion, Danick Bionda, Secretary General, Micronarc
"NIL Technology has exhibited every year since 2007 at nano tech Japan, and it is our number one choice for accessing
the Japanese nanotechnology market.”
NIL TECHNOLOGY, Theodor Nielsen, Chief Executive Officer
“This is one of the important exhibitions which we participated annually to showcase our technology from Singapore.
We are happy to receive an award which recognises our contribution in the area of nanotechnology.
Potential clients visited our booth to explore how we can collaborate to help them be more successful in their business.”
NanoMaterials Technology, Ryan Cheng, International Business Director
"The recent nano 2016 was Thailand's 6th participation as an exhibitor. We consider nano tech event as our main
exhibition investment each year because of the impact that this event can achieve such as global visibility, client
relationship, and awareness of research trends. The event is a valuable activity for us to partake and Thailand will be
there in 2017."
NANOTEC Thailand, Prof. Sirirurg Songsivilai, Executive Director
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Promotion
Free Admission Tickets
Over
1,000,000 distributed
Directly posted to previous participants and
distributed in many nanotechnology-related
companies, public institutes, foreign
embassies, and related exhibitions.
At Foreign Exhibitions
Promotion in over
E-mail News Letter
10 countries
Over
Korea, USA, China, Spain, France,
Italy, India, Taiwan, United Kingdom,
Czech Republic, Canada, and more
500,000
Close up on exhibits attracted
subscribers interest
Advertisement / TV
FUJI TELEVISION NETWORK
NAFIGATE
nanotechweb.org
nanopro
The chemical Daily
Nikkei Sangyo Shinbun
Laser Focus World Japan
Industrial Card
January 27, 2016, The Nikkei Sangyo Shinbun
Press Release
Cooperating with Business Wire,
the organizer sent press releases
to major media worldwide in 11
different languages.
NHK
physicsworld
nano magazine
THE NIKKAN KOGYO SHIMBUN
The Science News
Global Information
OPTRONICS
Medister
and more
Press Registration
Over
40 0 participants
Cooperation with Global Partners
Through partnerships with the below international organizers of nanotech exhibitions and conferences, we kept on promoting via newsletters,
banner ads and brochure displays on-site throughout the year. Check the global partners from: http://www.nanotechexpo.jp/index.html
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Conferences and Seminars
nano week 2016
14th International Symposium on Nanotechnology (JAPAN NANO 2016)
-Next Generation Electronics Driven by Nanotechnology
1st Japan-China-Korea Trilateral Nanotechnology Joint Forum
January 27 (Wed.)
Room 609, 6F, Conference Tower
Organized by nano tech executive committee /
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China /
Korea Nano Technology Research Society, Korea
Date & Time January 29 (Fri.) 10:00-17:30
Date
Venue
Venue
Reception Hall AB, 1F, Conference Tower
Organized by Nanotechnology Platform Center, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Seeds & Needs Seminar
Industrial cooperation opportunities and perspectives between Italian and
Japanese companies on nanotechnologies
*en/jp interpreting
Embassy of Italy - Trade Promotion Office
FBK-CMM, Where innovation is led by R&D
The nextnano software for the simulation of semiconductor
nanodevices
nextnano
Picosun - The ALD company
Program manager, FBK-CMM
14:10
Dr. Vittorio Guarnieri
|
(Wed.) 14:55 LFoundry: an open silicon foundry to serve the Japanese market
Country Manager LFoundry Japan
PICOSUN
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Carbon Nanohorns (CNH) - Overview & Update on Application
Developments
Mr. Kenichi Katsumoto
PLEJADES
An Introduction to 18 excellent European Nanotech Companies and Clusters
*en/jp interpreting
EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation
Atomic-scale simulation software for nano-science professionals
13:15
The activity of AINIA in Nano Technologies
|
15:50
AINIA CENTRO TECNOLÓGICO
CALCULATED PROCESSES, MEASURABLE SUCCESSES: Portfolio of Aqcomputare
AQCOMPUTARE
SIMBEYOND
(Thu.)
SIMUNE - SIESTA MANAGER AND EXPERTS IN ATOMISTIC
SIMULATIONS
DELFT IMP INTENSIFIED MATERIALS PRODUCTION
SIMUNE
Nano and Macro Porous Membranes for Innovative Applications
EXAKT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
28
(Thu.)
Novel nanobased polymer materials and technologies for
advanced technical applications
Research Institute for Man-Made Fibres, JSC
28
Dispersing & Analyzing - Processing of CNT/Epoxy Composite
with EXAKT Three Roll Mill
13:15
QUANTUMWISE
SMARTMEMBRANES
Magnetic field assisted micro contact printing: a new concept for nanopatterning
INNOPSYS
Company profile - Silicon Valley CzechoSlovakia
|
SVCS PROCESS INNOVATION
15:50 Ionic Liquids and Nanomaterials A Cross Section Technology
IOLITEC IONIC LIQUIDS TECHNOLOGIES
High Performance Lithium-ion Hybrid Electric Double Layer Capacitor
*en/jp interpreting
(EDLC) using Graphene(graphelyte®)
Doped Tin Oxides
KEELING & WALKER
16:00
3D Biohybrid printing and world’s first hybrid nanocomposite
coatings for medical devices and industry
|
16:45
NANOTECHPLASMA
nanobay - NB GmbH
The nextnano software for the simulation of semiconductor nanodevices
nextnano
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MICC TEC
Professor, Shibaura Institute of Technology
Satoshi Matsumoto
High productivity process for synthesis of Boron Nitride Nanotube (BNNT)
and Spherical metallic powders for additive manufacturing
(Fri.) 14:10
|
14:55
Vice President, Business Development, Tekna Plasma Systems
Eric Bouchard
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Visitor Categories
Attendees from various industries watching out for tomorrow's technology
Fishery / Agriculture / Mining:0.2%
Other:10.3%
∙ Education
∙ Licence
∙ Aerospace etc.
(
Think Tank:0.5%
Press / Media / Publishing:0.7%
Organic Material:
16.4%
Electric Utility / Gas / Oil / Other energy:0.9%
Foreign Representative /
International Organization:1.0%
Medical Device:1.2%
Cosmetics / Toiletry:1.3%
Food & Beverage:1.4%
Construction / Real estate:1.4%
Electron / Magnetic /
Metal / Inorganic Material:
10.0%
Medical Care & Pharmaceutical:1.7%
Iron and Steel / Non-ferrous Metal:1.7%
Field of
work
Finance / Investment / Consulting:1.9%
Information & Communication
Technology:2.6%
Precision Equipment /
Industrial Machinery:
9.9%
Analytical and Measurement
Instrument:2.9%
Japanese Public Agency:3.6%
Trading / Distributor /
Retailing:
8.3%
Automobile / Logistics / Transporting:4.5%
Fabric / Ceramic / Paper and Pulp:4.6%
Semiconductor /
Electrical Equipment & Component:5.5%
Electronics / Home
Appliance:
7.5%
About 50% of the attendees are working in R&D and Business Development
Others (Press / Service etc.):6.7%
Researcher at University and
National Institute:6.1%
Student:2.4%
Fundamental Research &
Development:8.5%
Sales / Marketing / Purchase:23.4%
Job
description
Applied Research &
Development:20.2%
Planning and New Business Development:7.8%
CEO / CFO / CTO / President / Executive:7.2%
Quality Control / Technology Management:4.5%
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R&D
Designing, Producing,
Manufacturing Dept.
:13.2%
More than 50% of the participants are decision makers
Executive:10.1%
Project Planning & Development,
Ordinary employee, Student, Others:9.8%
Job
title
General manager:
20.8%
Professional staff, Engineer:38.1%
Office manager,
Deputy general manager:
21.2%
The survey found that 97% of the visitors are satisfied with the exhibition
Higher than expected:10.8%
Poor:3.0%
Result
of Visit
1,667 responses
It was helpful for
my work:43.2%
As expected:43.0%
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Floor Layout
East Hall 4
4W-04
ASTEC /
SURTECH
Seminar
4W-09 4X-10
Concept Zone
Japan Aluminium Products Association Testing and Research Center
ALUMI-SURFACE TECHNOLOGIES / HARDCOAT
4U-04 4T-05
4T-07 4T-08
SANYO
TRADING
Kawaguchi YUKEN
MELTEC
Support INDUSTRY
Japan Coating Center /
KOBE STEEL /
SHUTECH
4R-01
Ota City Industrial
Promotion Organization
4T-09 4T-10
GIKEN
PROCESS
4R-04 4R-05
4R-07
Saitama Industrial
NAKAGAWA Development
CHEMICAL NIHON DENTO KOUGYO /
Nishina Industrial /
EQUIPMENT TOHSEI industries /
KYORITSU CHEMICAL-CHECK Lab /
NIKKO CHEMICAL INSTITUTE /
TECH.TAIYO KOGYO
4R-09
OKUNO
CHEMICAL
INDUSTRIES
YOSHINO DENKA KOGYO
4Y-16
4W-18
DAIWA FINE Shinohara
Electric
CHEMICALS
TMPOWER
4W-16
Nanofilm
TOHOKAKEN
Technologies
Japan
Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Institute
Epicrew / Duralar Technologies
4N-01 4Q-02
4Q-04 4P-05
4N-07 4N-08
Osaka
University Toko
The Japan Suppliers 4P-02
Chemical
Laboratories
Association of MechanicalTech
Plating Materials
YAMAMOTO-MS
4N-02
4L-04
4L-01 4L-02
4P-12 4P-13
NANOTEC
4W-19
Scienta
Omicron
4X-21
4W-21
HORIBA
STEC
Seeds & Needs
Seminar A
MACOHO RICOH
ELEMEX
4N-12
ITATSU
ASTEC SURTECH
4P-15 4N-16
C. Uyemura NIPPON
HYOMEN
KAGAKU
4N-15
Kurashiki
Boring Kiko
4W-26
NAGASE
ZEON /
Zeon Nano
Technology
5U-01 5U-02
City of
Kawasaki
5R-02
5R-10
Embassy of Italy Trade Promotion Office
CHUETSU PULP & PAPER / Hokuriku Engineer Plastic /
NIPPON CARBIDE INDUSTRIES / NISSAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES /
Richell / SANKOGOSEI / Takagi Seiko / Tateyama Machine
Okinawa Prefectural Government
5P-01 5Q-02
4P-24 4P-25
4P-21 4P-22
Anton YP SYSTEM
Paar
Japan
TOYO JX Nippon LEYBOLD RHESKA DENSOKU
Oil & Energy
INSTRUMENTS
4N-21 4N-22
5P-04 5Q-05
Paru 5N-04
Nano Technology
Commercializations Research Association
Promotion Agency (NTRA)
for R&D Outcomes
NCC KMGIKEN
4J-12
YAMAMOTO
TRADING
4J-15
4J-21
4J-18
Toray Industries
HORIBA /
Hitachi Koki
Ricoh /
Ricoh Industrial
Solutions /
Ricoh Industry
5L-04 5J-05
NURIVISTA
4J-24
5J-01
Ashizawa
Finetech
DON /
DAREE OPTIC
National Institute for
Nanomaterials Technology
5P-07 5Q-08
Nano, Nano National
Future Nanofab Center
and 5P-08
Life
5P-10
WPM
SMART MEMBRANE
BUSINESS
GROUP
5N-07 5N-08
CNT
Solution
5N-10 5N-11
J.Chem
5J-04
5L-07 5L-08
LABCO DAE Wha
Tech
5J-07 5J-08
CEKO
JEIO
Amogreentech Sukgyung
AT
Nano Systems Institute,
Seoul National University
Nanocarbon
5L-10 5L-11
Poongsan Daewha
Holdings Alloytech
5J-10
KUMHO
PETROCHEMICAL
Cheorwon Plasma Research Institute
SHENZHEN SUSN SINOTECH NEW MATERIALS / SHIMA TRADING
4E-09
4G-12
FUJIFILM
4G-15
4F-18
AIMEX
TEIJIN
4E-12
Biomassplastic
KOTOBUKI
INDUSTRIES
NEDO
4G-21
SUGINO
MACHINE
Manufacturing
4E-15
Bruker AXS
4E-18
Shin-Etsu Chemical
Hitachi Chemical
4F-21 4F-22
YAMAHA
MOTOR
4E-21
4B-09
4B-12
OTSUKA
ELECTRONICS
OCSiAL
4D-18
4B-15
NISSAN CHEMICAL
INDUSTRIES
NANOFA KATO
ENTERPRISE TECH
5E-01 5E-02
4E-24 4F-25
THINKY
4E-25
5G-04 5G-05
KYODO INTERNATIONAL
ZEON
SIJTechnology
JASCO INTERNATIONAL
4B-18 4C-19
4B-21 4B-22
4B-24
NAGASE
Crestec SCREEN
PRINTING
RESEARCH
Fuso
Chemical
5G-07 5G-08
Marubeni
Information SINTERLAND MITSUI Fujikin
ELECTRIC
Systems
5E-04 5F-05
Tokyo TDC
NanoMaterials INCRENO
Instruments / Zoz Group Technology / 5E-05
/ UNISOKU
Nagase & Co.
ARIOS
4D-24
5F-07 5F-08
FUKUSHIN
KOUGYO
5E-07
HAYDALE
Taguchi Plating Industry
5G-10
Shinmaru
Enterprises
5E-10
TOYOCOLOR
Applied Graphene Materials / Inabata
5D-01
5D-04 5D-05
5D-07 5D-08
5D-10 5B-11
MICROTEC TOKYO
JASCO
AET
DYLEC
5C-02
5C-04 5C-05
5C-07 5C-08
5C-10
Shimadzu
Japan Metal IKEGAMI MECC
Picosun Nakayama
Corporation
Construction
Plating
SEIKI
5B-02
5B-04
5B-07 5B-08
5B-10
Mitsubishi
MEISYO
DENSHIKAKO
TECHNOVEL ULVAC
KIKO
TECHNO
Kakoki
Oxford Instruments
4B-01 New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)
Entrance
Entrance
Aisle
Registration
East Hall 1
NETZSCH
Japan
4D-21
Rigaku
NISSHIN
ENGINEERING 4B-19
Nihon
Rufuto
Electronics
5G-01 5G-02
4G-24
FRITSCH JAPAN
Dassault Systems Biovia
10
Lounge
Taiwan Pavilion
CHEMICAL
AZ Science
Ecology&
Health Care
Kyushu Synchrotron
Light Research Center
5R-04
5R-01 Toyama New
Industry
ISHIHARA Organization
Structural
Materials
Printed
Electronics
5W-10 5W-11
SETCOR
EVENTS
Korea Pavilion
4J-09
KEYENCE
Kansai Electronics
5X-10 5X-11
Nanocellulose-backboned, water-insoluble Prussion blue : a novel high-performance
adsorbent for radioactive cesium - NanoAgri Project, UTokyo Team -
4P-18 4P-19
4N-18 4N-19
PHOTOTECHNICA Metrohm
Japan
Tokyo
Metropolitan
Government
Seeds & Needs
Seminar B
5W-02
4L-07
JEOL
LINTEC
Fuji Keizai / Fuji Chimera
Research Institute
(Fuji Keizai Group)
4N-09
4X-19
SHIN-EI CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
D&C COMMERCIAL / KURETAKE / DENKAHIMAKUKOUGYOU
4U-12 4T-13
4U-15 4U-16
4T-18
4U-21 4U-22
4U-24 4U-25
KETT ELECTRIC
Hakuto
U-TEC ICS
SERVI-SURE
LABORATORY RIKO PUBLISH
Nippon
COTEC /
4T-12 MacDermid
4R-15 4T-16
4T-21 4T-22
4T-24
TAIKO ENGINEERING /
Keystone
Iwasaki Tokyo Institute KANEKITA
TRINITY-LAB
Scientific
Electric of Technology
4S-18
4R-12
4R-21 4R-22
4R-24 4R-25
Kyowa 4R-16
NIHON PARKERIZING Interface Tatsuta International Promoting Council
of Industrial Coating (IPCO)
Science
GROUP
FISCHER
Electric
TAIHO Hamamatsu DIPSOL
4R-18
NIHON PARKERIZING /
INSTRUMENTS
Wire &
Photonics CHEMICALS
Coating Equipment
JAPAN KANIGEN /
Cable Manufacturers Association (CEMA)
PARKER NETSUSHORI KOGYO
Instrument and Research Technology Center
Nagoya Institute of Technology (NITech)
Plasma Forum in Chiba Institute of Technology /
Kanto Gakuin University Material & Surface Engineering Institute
Gicho business
communications
4X-12
TAI CHYANG
ELECTRICENG
4W-12 4W-13
Shinjusha
SANSHIN
MFG 4W-10
Metek
4T-01
Dry Process
Area
4W-15
SANKO ELECTRONIC
LABORATORY
Public Foundation of
Kansai Research Institute
Maniwa city Biomass
Refinery promotion
Committee
TORYO HOCHI
SHINBUNSHA
4A-18
Science News
Entrance
East Hall 5
East Hall 6
Tohoku University, Institute of Fluid Science, Innovative Energy Research Center
Material and Industrial Technology Research Institute Beijing
San Diego Regional
Economic Development Corp.
TSUYAMA National College of Technology
5W-12
5W-24 5Y-25
5Y-16
Nanotechnology
Platform
5W-16
CHInano - China
International
Nanotech
Innovation Cluster
Main Theater
Asia Nano
Forum
Tohoku
Techno 6Y-03
Arch
5X-26
6X-03
5W-26
6W-02
NAGANO TECHNO
Waseda
FOUNDATION
University
Yamaguchi
Nagoya Industrial
Institute of Promotion
Technology Foundation
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth
Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
6R-02
5R-24
6R-05
6U-08
Nagoya University
5R-18
National Institute for
Materials Science (NIMS)
6R-08
Tsukuba Innovation Arena for
Nanotechnology (TIA-nano) /
Nanotechnology Business
Creation Initiative (NBCI) /
University of Tsukuba
National Institute of Advanced
Industrial Science and
Technology (AIST)
Spanish
Pavilion
Japan Science and
Technology Agency
(JST)
Organic Electronics Saxony
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden
DTF Technology
VON ARDENNE
5Q-11 5Q-12 5Q-13 5Q-14 5Q-15
5P-18
6N-01
5N-21
5P-25
Creaphys
Insight
National Institute of Swiss Pavilion
5P-12 5M-13 Saxony Pavilion
interAsia 5P-19
Information and
Czech Republic
SIOD
Saxony Economic
Communications
Pavilion
Development
5N-12
Corporation
Technology
(NICT)
5N-25
CENTER FOR APPLIED
5M-12
Contronix
NANOTECHNOLOGY (CAN)
INFO
GERMAN
Fraunhofer
Research Organization for Information Science and Technology
AREA
Division of Computational Science and Technology
ISC
nano tech
5L-16 5L-17
5K-12
5L-19
5L-21
SENTECH NIGATA MACHINE
IVAM
TECHNO
Instruments
5J-16 Microtechnology 5K-19
5J-21 5J-22
Network
FORUM
5J-24 5L-25
6N-05
5G-12
5G-15
TOSHIBA MACHINE
5E-12
Nihon
Thermal
Consulting
MEIJO NANO CARBON
5B-12 5D-13
5D-15
GSI Creos
5B-13
PMT
FANUC
INOUE MFG
5C-15
Senka
5B-15
SCIVAX
5G-21 5G-22
5G-24 5G-25
NITTA SMT
SUMITOMO Shenzhen
OSAKA Nanotech
CEMENT Port
5G-26 5G-27
Verder
Scientific
Shinshu University, Faculty of Shizuoka University / SofftWorks
Bridging Project for National Program on Nano Technology
Textile Science and Technology
6U-22 6U-23
6U-25 6N-25-10
Japan Atomic Nanosion
Meijo
Innovation Research
Energy Agency 6N-25-11
University
6T-25 Fuji Pigment
6T-22 6T-23
Taiwan
6N-25-12
Nano
6R-11
6S-22 6N-25-01 University of 6N-25-04 6N-25-13
Lounge
Yamanashi
6N-25-02
6N-25-05 6N-25-14
NanoCanada
6R-22 Microb
Nano MC Dreams
Optical Solutions
6N-25-03
6N-25-06 6N-25-15
Plasma Ion Assist
Venture Pavilion
Shimane University Nanotechnology Project Center
Fuchita Nanotechnology
College of Science
and Technology,
TOYOHASHI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
ROBOT REVOLUTION INITIATIVE
Nihon University
Venture Pavilion (Robotics)
Service Robot Pavilion
6N-25-07 6N-25-16
6N-22
6Q-19 6Q-20
6P-16 6P-17
6P-13
6N-11
Cluster Technology SnG
RTC BRULE
Organization
Biomimetics
MOLECULAR
6N-25-08 6N-25-17
for Promotion
VYTEK
NTN ROBOTICS 6P-19 6P-20
Network
Microphase
Korea
Japan
6N-25-09 6N-25-18
KYOEI
Academic City
Pavilion
FUJI SOFT
NANO
CONTROL
ITEC
PRINT
GIKEN
by Kyushu
6N-19
6N-16
6N-25-19 6N-25-20 6N-25-21
6N-13
University
santec Real Vision Systems
Okinawa Institute of
Robotic Increase
NIHON BINARY
(OPACK)
Center
Science and Technology
6T-16 6T-17
6T-19 6U-20
6T-13 6T-14
Advanced
Life-Science, Aichi Science
Science,
Products
and Technology
Okayama Technology &
Development Foundation Aichi 6T-20
University Management
Project in
Synchrotron
Research Institute
Kagawa
Radiation Center
of KYOTO
6R-19 6R-20
6R-13
6R-16
Osaka University,
DM
Nanoscience Nanotechnology Alliance / SoftBank
Rozetta CARD
Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research Robotics
JAPAN
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Center /
Institute for Nanoscience Design
6T-11
EU-JAPAN CENTRE
FOR INDUSTRIAL
COOPERATION
RIKEN
Functional Microstructured Surfaces Research Center (FMS), Kogakuin University
6L-08 6L-09
YOSHIDA
KIKAI
6J-08 6J-09
Malvern
Instruments
A division
of Spectris
ELIONIX
Kishu Tokyo
Giken Ohka
kogyo Kogyo
KUNIMINE INDUSTRIES
6J-13
6J-11
MUTOH INDUSTRIES
XYZ printing
Japan
Advanced Nano Technology
SAKIGAKE - Semiconductor
6G-02 6F-03
6G-05 6G-06
TOYO
HITEC OKAWARA
MFG
Sonic
Kaier Technology
6L-19
TECHNO
solutions
6J-19
6F-08 6G-09
Nanocyl
3D Printing
6E-13
6G-11
MicrotracBEL
Beckman
Coulter
Stratasys
6E-16
Technology
Research
Association for
Future Additive
Manufacturing
6L-22
Carima
6J-22
HANGZHOU
SHINING 3D TECH /
Fusion Technology
INTER BUSINESS BRIDGE
6L-25 6J-26
3DPmax
Asia 2016
6J-25
Altech
6J-28
iWing
Microjet / 3D-PRINTER RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Filament KOBO KYORAKU
6G-19 6G-20
Polymaker
6G-22 6G-23
IK Works Printus
6G-25 6H-26
Digital PyRogenesis
Metal / Canada
Höganäs 6G-26
Japan
6F-22 6F-23
6F-02
6F-11 6E-12
5F-21 5F-22
5F-24 5F-25
5F-26 5E-27
6F-05 6F-06
6E-09
6F-19 6F-20
6E-25 6E-26
Japan
Kunming Natai
Nippon 3D
Hamamatsu TAGA
PHB Sensofar
Global MICRONICS Nyacol Nano
HAKUDO
SHIMIZU
printer
Japan
Carbonics ELECTRIC Information JAPAN Technologies Hitachi Technology
Technology Japan
TAIYO
NORITAKE 5E-19
NIPPON
6E-22 6E-23
6E-11
5E-21
5E-24 5E-25
5E-26 High-Tech 6E-02 6E-03
6E-05 6E-06
6E-08 Laser
6E-19 6E-20
Institute for Photon Science and Technology,
Palace
Aisan NTT
JAPAN
Science Filmetrics Park
SANSO
NEW METALS AND
BeAM JEOL
The University of Tokyo
Carbodeon M.D.COM
nanoscribe Altair
Chemical
Engineering
Industry Advanced
HIGH TECH
Japan Systems
CHEMICALS
Japan
Technology
CORPORATION
NANOMAKERS / NAWATECHNOLOGIES / GENES'INK
Nanotechnology Business Creation Initiative
3D Printer sub-committee
ASSIST-NAVI
J.A.Woollam Japan
Ion Technology Center
6D-05
6D-03
6D-08 6B-09
6D-13 6D-14
6D-16 6D-17
6D-11 6B-12
6D-22 6D-23
5B-16
5D-18 5D-19
5D-21 5D-22
5D-24 5D-25
5D-26 5D-27
6D-19 6D-20
SANYU Tekna Plasma
Smile
SPI
FT Finetec
MURATA
FINETEC
KANAMEX
modelanger PRISMADD
JBM
QMAIL NANO-MIR Shinka
Rhombus J・3D
Ninjabot
ELECTRON Systems
Link
Engineering
Industry
Product
MACHINERY
JAPAN
6B-03
5B-18 5B-19
6B-22
5C-21 5C-22
5C-24 5C-25
5B-26
6B-19 6B-20
6B-16 6B-17
6B-05 6C-06
6B-08 AR
6B-13
6C-11
Casley
BROWN
IRC2016 OPTRONICS
Soken Chemical
FASTGATE
The Nippon
MORI
THE NIKKAN
Laminar /
Consulting MUSASHI
Kitakyushu
& Engineering MSR Springer
3D Printing
Keienu Synthetic
Roland DG
Nippon 6B-06 MACHINERY
KOGYO
Inabata
6B-11 ENGINEERING
5B-21
5B-24 5B-25
Consortium-Japan
Chemical
Trading
Busch
SHIMBUN
Quantum Design
Fujimi ASAHI
SAKATA INX
Industry
Japan
Incorporated SUNAC
5E-15 5E-16
M Technique
KRI
5G-18
6N-08
IRAN NANO
6K-02
5J-26
5J-25
SHASHIN
Coms-nano
APPEX
KAGAKU ADVANTEST (Consortium for
RIX
5J-13 5J-14
5J-17 5J-18 5J-19 DKSH Japan Techscience
measurement solutions 6J-02
INM
5J-12 Fraunhofer
for industrial use of
temicon
Loser IWS
Leibniz
nano materials)
Chemie
Institute
ImPACT Program Promotion Office,
Fraunhofer ENAS /
for New
Ministry for Economics,
Tohoku University
Materials HNP Mikrosysteme Labour and Transport
Cabinet Office, Miyata Program
Wolfram Design /
NIL Technology /
Engineering
of Niedersachsen
micro resist technology / HTL
Cluster Nanotechnology / Nanoinitiative Bayern
Fraunfofer
IKTS
NANOTEC
Thailand
Business Matching Area [B]
Robotics
6L-05 6L-06
IOM Beams
SINGAPORE
6J-05 6J-06
TCK
6Y-19 6Y-20
6W-13 6X-14
6W-16 6W-17
6W-19 6X-20
American
Kanagawa Kwansei Gakuin
University
Embassy
Academy
New Polymeric
of Science 6W-14
Materials Based
and Japan Fine
on Element-Blocks
Technology Ceramics Center
6W-11 6W-12
Jacobs School of Engineering, UC San Diego
5R-12
American State Offices Association (ASOA)
City Of Chitose Hokkaido /
Chitose Institute of Science and Technology /
Photonics World Consortium
6Y-11 6Y-12
Seeds & Needs
Seminar C
Micro Nano Innovation Consortium, Shibaura Institute of Technology
Forestry and Forest Products
Research Institute
Kyushu Semiconductor & Electronics
Technology Innovation Association
5Y-26
Miyazaki Prefectural Industrial Technology Center /
Miyazaki Prefectural Food Research & Development Center
5E-18
Seeds & Needs
Seminar D
THE CHEMICAL DAILY
Entrance
Particle Sizing Systems Japan
6A-04
Laser Focus World Japan
Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial
Technology Research Institute
MICC TEC /
Shibaura Institute of Technology
MITSUBISHI GAS CHEMICAL
Entrance
NTT DATA ENGINEERING SYSTEMS
Entrance
Aisle
Registration
East Hall 2
Registration
East Hall 3
11
8
Exhibitor List
Domestic Exhibitors
A 6E-12
Advanced Nano Technology
FT Associates
6T-14
Advanced Science, Technology & Management
Research Institute of KYOTO
5J-25
ADVANTEST
5D-08
AET
6T-19
Aichi Science and Technology Foundation Aichi
Synchrotron Radiation Center
4G-15
AIMEX
5E-24
Aisan Industry
6Y-20
American State Offices Association (ASOA)
6K-02
APPEX
6B-09
AR BROWN
5E-05
ARIOS
5B-25
ASAHI SUNAC
4J-24
Ashizawa Finetech
5D-21
ASSIST-NAVI
4F-25
AZ Science
DAI NIPPON TORYO
B 6L-06
Beams
6F-08
Beckman Coulter
6P-13
Biomimetics Network Japan
Ask Nature Japan
Biomimetics Initiative Japan
Chitose Institute of Science and Technology,
Photonics Laboratories
Innovative Materials Engineering based on
Biological Diversity
Nanotechnology Business Creation Initiative
Nature Technology Association
Niigata
Shimadzu Corporation
The Hokkaido University Museum
The Society of Polymer Science, Japan Research
Group on Biomimetics
4E-15
Bruker AXS
C 6C-11
Casley Consulting
6W-16
City Of Chitose Hokkaido / Chitose Institute of Science
and Technology / Photonics World Consortium
5U-01
City of Kawasaki
5J-26
Coms-nano (Consortium for measurement
solutions for industrial use of nano materials)
4B-21
Crestec
D 4F-21
Dassault Systems Biovia
5B-02
DENSHIKAKO
5J-21
DKSH Japan
6R-20
DM CARD JAPAN
E 6J-11
ELIONIX
F 5G-18
FANUC
5C-21
FASTGATE
6E-02
Filmetrics Japan
5D-27
FINETEC
6Y-12
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute
4E-21
FRITSCH JAPAN
4L-01
Fuji Keizai / Fuji Chimera Research Institute (Fuji
Keizai Group)
4G-12
FUJIFILM
5G-08
Fujikin
5B-24
Fujimi Incorporated
5F-07
FUKUSHIN KOUGYO
4B-24
Fuso Chemical
G 5F-24
Global Information
5D-15
GSI Creos
H 5F-21
Hamamatsu Carbonics
4G-21
Hitachi Chemical
5E-27
Hitachi High-Tech Science
4J-18
Hitachi Koki
4J-18
HORIBA
I 5C-04
IKEGAMI SEIKI
6J-02
ImPACT Program Promotion Office, Cabinet
Office, Miyata Program
5G-15
INOUE MFG
6D-08
Ion Technology Center
5C-24
IRC2016 Kitakyushu
J 5E-26
J.A.Woollam Japan
6T-16
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and
Technology (JAMSTEC)
AKICO
6U-25
Japan Atomic Energy Agency
6W-14
Japan Fine Ceramics Center
5E-19
JAPAN HIGH TECH
6E-09
Japan Laser
5C-02
Japan Metal Plating
6R-05
Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
5D-01
JASCO
4D-24
JASCO INTERNATIONAL
4L-04
JEOL
K 6W-13
Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology
6D-03
KANAMEX
4N-02
Kansai Electronics
5G-02
KATO TECH
4J-09
KEYENCE
6J-08
Kishu Giken Kogyo
4E-12
KOTOBUKI INDUSTRIES
5B-12
KRI
6L-08
KUNIMINE INDUSTRIES
6X-14
Kwansei Gakuin University
12
4E-25
6Y-11
5W-11
L 6A-04
6T-17
4L-02
M 5E-12
6E-06
6J-06
5W-02
5G-04
5C-05
5D-13
6U-22
5B-10
6D-05
6D-05
6Y-19
5F-25
5D-04
6G-11
6C-06
5B-04
5G-07
6W-19
6B-08
5B-18
5D-22
6B-12
N 5W-26
4B-22
6W-11
6U-08
5C-08
5U-02
5G-01
5D-25
5R-18
5W-12
5R-12
5R-24
5N-21
4G-24
4B-01
5E-21
6W-17
4B-19
5E-15
5L-21
6B-05
4B-15
4B-18
5G-21
5E-18
5E-25
O 6F-03
6T-13
6N-13
5Q-02
5C-25
6N-11
6R-13
4B-09
5C-10
P 6E-11
6E-03
6B-06
6F-05
5B-13
5X-10
Q 5D-24
5B-21
KYODO INTERNATIONAL
Kyushu Semiconductor&Electronics Technology
Innovation Association
OGIC Technologies
Oita Device Technology
Soft Service
Kyushu Synchrotron Light Research Center
Laser Focus World Japan
Life-Science Products Development Project in Kagawa
LINTEC
M Technique
M.D.COM
Malvern Instruments A division of Spectris
Maniwa city Biomass Refinery promotion Committee
Marubeni Information Systems
MECC
MEIJO NANO CARBON
Meijo University
MEISYO KIKO
MICC TEC
Shibaura Institute of Technology
Micro Nano Innovation Consortium,Shibaura
Institute of Technology
MICRONICS JAPAN
MICROTEC
MicrotracBEL
MITSUBISHI GAS CHEMICAL
TOHOKU UNIVERSITY
Mitsubishi Kakoki
MITSUI ELECTRIC
Miyazaki Prefectural Industrial Technology Center /
Miyazaki Prefectural Food Reserch & Development Center
MORI MACHINERY
MSR
MURATA MACHINERY
MUSASHI ENGINEERING
NAGANO TECHNO FOUNDATION
NAGASE SCREEN PRINTING RESEARCH
Nagoya Institute of Technology
Nagoya University
Nakayama Construction
Nanocellulose-backboned, water-insoluble Prussian blue:
a novel high-performance adsorbent for radioactive
cesium - NanoAgri Project, UTokyo Team NANOFA ENTERPRISE
NANO-MIR
Nanotechnology Business Creation Initiative (NBCI)
Nanotechnology Platform
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
and Technology (AIST)
National Institute of Information and
Communications Technology (NICT)
NETZSCH Japan
New Energy and Industrial Technology
Development Organization (NEDO)
NEW METALS AND CHEMICALS CORPORATION
New Polymeric Materials Based on Element-Blocks
Nihon Rufuto
Nihon Thermal Consulting
NIIGATA MACHINE TECHNO
Nippon Busch
NISSAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES
NISSHIN ENGINEERING
NITTA
NORITAKE
NTT Advanced Technology
OKAWARA MFG
MATSUBO
Okayama University
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
Okinawa Prefectural Government
OPTRONICS
Organization for Promotion Academic City by
Kyushu University (OPACK)
Academic Research and Industrial Collaboration
Management office of Kyushu University (AiRIMaQ)
Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics
Research (OPERA)
Fukuoka i3 Center for Organic Photonics and
Electronics Research (i3-opera)
Institute of Systems, Information Technologies
and Nanotechnologies (ISIT)
KYULUX
Osaka University, Nanoscience Nanotechnology
Alliance / Institute of Scientific and Industrial
Research Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Center / Institute for Nanoscience Design
OTSUKA ELECTRONICS
Oxford Instruments
Palace Chemical
Park Systems Japan
Particle Sizing Systems Japan
PHB Technology
PMT
Public Foundation of Kansai Research Institute
QMAIL
Quantum Design Japan
R 5N-25
S
T
U
V
W
Y
Z
F
M
Research Organization for Information Science
and Technology Division of Computational
Science and Technology
4J-21
RICOH / Ricoh Industrial Solutions / Ricoh Industry
4C-19
Rigaku
6N-08
RIKEN
6J-05
RIX
6B-11
SAKATA INX
6F-11
SAKIGAKE-Semiconductor
5D-18
SANYU ELECTRON
4A-18
Science News
5B-15
SCIVAX
5C-15
Senka
6F-06
Sensofar Japan
5J-24
SHASHIN KAGAKU
5B-11
Shimadzu Corporation
6T-20
Shimane University Nanotechnology Project Center
4E-18
Shin-Etsu Chemical
5D-26
Shinka Industry
5G-10
Shinmaru Enterprises
6U-20
Shinshu University, Faculty of Textile Science and Technology
6U-23
Shizuoka University / SoftWorks
4D-21
SIJTechnology
5G-05
SINTERLAND
5G-22
SMT
5B-16
Soken Chemical & Engineering
6G-06
Sonic Technology
6D-11
SPI Engineering
5B-19
Springer
4F-18
SUGINO MACHINE
5G-24
SUMITOMO OSAKA CEMENT
5F-22
TAGA ELECTRIC
5D-07
Taguchi Plating Industry
5E-16
TAIYO NIPPON SANSO
5L-25
TCK
5E-02
TDC
Zoz Group (Germany)
5B-07
TECHNOVEL
5J-22
Techscience
4E-09
TEIJIN
5C-22
THE CHEMICAL DAILY
6B-03
THE NIKKAN KOGYO SHIMBUN
4E-24
THINKY
6X-03
Tohoku Techno Arch
6Y-03
Tohoku University, Institute of Fluid Science,
Innovative Energy Research Center
5D-05
TOKYO DYLEC
5E-01
Tokyo Instruments / UNISOKU
5X-11
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
4N-07
Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Institute
6J-09
Tokyo Ohka Kogyo
4J-15
Toray Industries
5G-12
TOSHIBA MACHINE
5R-02
Toyama New Industry Organization
CHUETSU PULP & PAPER
Hokuriku Engineer Plastic
NIPPON CARBIDE INDUSTRIES
NISSAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES
Richell
SANKOGOSEI
Takagi Seiko
Tateyama Machine
6G-02
TOYO HITEC
5E-10
TOYOCOLOR
5R-18
Tsukuba Innovation Arena for Nanotechnology (TIA-nano)
5Y-16
TSUYAMA National College of Technology
5B-08
ULVAC TECHNO
5R-18
University of Tsukuba
6N-25
Venture Pavilion
6N-25-07 Cluster Technology
6N-25-06 Fuchita Nanotechnology
6N-25-11 Fuji Pigment
6N-25-12 Innovation Research
6N-25-09 ITEC
6N-25-14 MC Dreams
6N-25-08 Microphase
6N-25-05 Nano
6N-25-18 NANO CONTROL
6N-25-10 Nanosion
6N-25-13 Optical Solutions
6N-25-15 Plasma Ion Assist
6N-25-16 SnG
6N-25-04 TOYOHASHI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
6N-25-17 VYTEK
Czech Business Park
5G-27
Verder Scientific
6W-02
Waseda University
6W-12
Yamaguchi Industrial Promotion Foundation
4F-22
YAMAHA MOTOR
SAKURA KOGYO
4J-12
YAMAMOTO TRADING
6L-09
YOSHIDA KIKAI
4D-18
ZEON
4L-07
ZEON / Zeon Nano Technology
Robotics Zone
6R-22
Functional Microstructured Surfaces Research
Center (FMS), Kogakuin University
6P-17
MOLECULAR ROBOTICS
N
R
S
V
A
B
C
E
Fukuoka Institute of Technology
Hokkaido University
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and
Technology
Kansai University
Kyoto University
Kyushu University
Nagoya University
Nanosystem Research Institute
Tohoku Gakuin University
Tohoku University
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Tokyo Institute of Technology Department of
Computational Intelligence and Systems Science
Tottori University
University of Electro-Communications
6N-16
NIHON BINARY
6P-16
NTN
6S-22
ROBOT REVOLUTION INITIATIVE
6R-19
Rozetta
6N-19
Service Robot Pavilion
6Q-20
BRULE
6P-20
FUJI SOFT
6P-19
KYOEI PRINT GIKEN
6N-19
Robotic Increase Center
6Q-19
RTC
6R-16
SoftBank Robotics
6N-25
Venture Pavilion (Robotics)
6N-25-03 College of Science and Technology , Nihon
University
6N-25-02 Microb
6N-25-01 University of Yamanashi
Overseas Exhibitors
6X-20
American Embassy (USA)
5D-10
Applied Graphene Materials (UK) / Inabata
(Japan)
5W-16
Asia Nano Forum (Singapore)
Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology (Hong Kong)
NanoMalaysia (Malaysia)
National Institute of Advanced Industrial
Science and Technology (AIST) (Japan)
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
(Japan)
6T-23 /
Bridging Project for National Program on Nano
6T-25
Technology (Taiwan)
6T-25
3D Global Biotech
6T-23
Strømlinet nano
6E-05
Carbodeon (Finland)
5P-19
CENTER FOR APPLIED NANOTECHNOLOGY (CAN)
(Germany)
5W-24
CHInano - China International Nanotech
Innovation Cluster (China)
JINDA NANO TECH (XIAMEN)
Lumi Laser
Nano HZS
Polynova Technology
Superimaging Technology (USA)
Suzhou Sicreat Nanotech
Suzhou Siruide New Material
Suzhou Verybond New Materials
Suzhou XIMO
Suzhou Xingshuo Nanotech
Wuxi Xinguang Powder Technology
Zhejiang Huiqian Gaofei New Material
6N-01
Czech Republic Pavilion (Czech Republic)
Advanced Materials JTJ
CLUTEX - cluster technical textile
CONTIPRO
Crytur
CzechInvest
Elmarco (Japan)
Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech
Republic
Nanomembrane
OPTAGLIO
Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and
Materials
SVCS Process Innovation
Svitap J.H.J.
Technology Centre ASCR
5R-10
Embassy of Italy-Trade Promotion Office (Italy)
Crossing
FBK Fondazione Bruno Kessler
LFoundry
MAS
NEST - Scuola Normale Superiore
6T-11
EU-JAPAN CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL
COOPERATION (EU)
AINIA CENTRO TECNOLÓGICO (Spain)
AQcomputare (Germany)
DELFT IMP INTENSIFIED MATERIALS
PRODUCTION (Netherlands)
EXAKT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES (Germany)
INNOPSYS (France)
IoLiTec IONIC LIQUIDS TECHNOLOGIES
(Germany)
KEELING & WALKER (UK)
G 5M-13 /
5L-17
5J-16
5J-16
5L-16
5J-16
5J-18
5J-17
5L-17
5K-19
5J-16
5J-16
5J-16
5M-13
5M-12
5Q-12
5Q-14
5K-12
5J-14
5J-13
5J-14
5Q-13
5J-12
5J-13
5Q-11
5M-13
5P-12
5J-14
5Q-15
5N-12
5J-19
5J-19
H 5E-07
I 5F-05
5P-18
6L-05
6N-05
J 5X-26
K 6G-05
5J-01
5J-07
5J-05
5N-10
5N-08
5Q-05
5L-08
5L-11
5J-01
5J-01
5N-11
5J-04
5J-10
5L-07
5Q-08
5N-07
5N-04
5P-07
5P-08
5L-04
5P-04
5L-10
5J-08
5P-10
6F-02
nanobay - NB GmbH (Germany)
NANOTECHPLASMA (Bulgaria)
NEXTNANO (Germany)
PICOSUN (Finland)
PLEJADES INDEPENDENT EXPERTS (Germany)
QUANTUMWISE (Denmark)
Research Institute for Man-Made Fibres, JSC
(Slovakia)
SIMBEYOND (Netherlands)
SIMUNE (Spain)
SMARTMEMBRANES (Germany)
SVCS PROCESS INNOVATION (Czech Republic)
L 5B-26
M 5Y-25
N 6R-11
German Area (Germany)
Cluster Nanotechnology / Nanoinitiative Bayern
European Centre for Dispersion Technologies
(EZD)
Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
Gbneuhaus
HNP Mikrosysteme
INM - Leibniz Institute for New Materials
IVAM Microtechnology Network
Ministry for Economics, Labour and Transport
of Niedersachsen
Multiphoton Optics
Network NanoCarbon / Nanoinitiative Bayern
Network nanoInk / Nanoinitiative Bayern
Saxony Pavilion
Contronix
Creaphys
DTF Technology
Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic
Technologies and Systems IKTS
Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano
Systems ENAS
Fraunhofer IWS
Fraunhofer Project Center for MEMS/NEMS
devices and manufacturing technologies at
Tohoku University (Japan)
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung
Dresden
Loser Chemie
Nanotechnology Center of Competence c/o
Fraunhofer IWS
Organic Electronics Saxony
Saxony Economic Development Corporation
SIOD
Tohoku University (Japan)
VON ARDENNE
Wolfram Design / Engineering
SENTECH Instruments
temicon
HAYDALE (UK)
INCRENO (Korea)
Insight interAsia (USA)
ATIP (Japan)
BNNT
MANCEF
NNCO (National Nanotechnology Coordination
Office)
IOM SINGAPORE (Singapore)
IRAN NANO (Iran)
Danesh pajohane Sanate Nano (DSN)
Khala Pushan Felez
NAMAD Tech. Dev.
Nano Maad Pars
Parsa Polymer Sharif
Roshd Nanofanavaran
Sevin Plasma Surface Engineering
Jacobs School of Engineering, UC San Diego (USA)
Kaier (China)
JIANGSU RONGAO NEW MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY
Korea Pavilion (Korea)
Amogreentech
CEKO
Cheorwon Plasma Research Institute
CNT Solution
Commercializations Promotion Agency for R&D
Outcomes
DAE Wha Tech
Daewha Alloytech
DAREE OPTIC
DON
J.Chem
JEIO
KUMHO PETROCHEMICAL
LABCO
Nano National Nanofab Center
Nano Systems Institute, Seoul National University
Nano Technology Research Association (NTRA)
Nano, Future and Life
National Institute for Nanomaterials Technology
NURIVISTA
Paru
Poongsan Holdings
Sukgyung AT
WPM SMART MEMBRANE BUSINESS GROUP
Kunming Natai Technology (China)
6G-09
6E-08
5E-04
6R-08
5G-26
5F-26
O 4B-12
P 5C-07
S 5Y-26
5W-10
5G-25
5F-08
6R-02
5P-25
T 6T-22
5R-04
5D-19
4B-01
Laminar (Korea) / Inabata (Japan)
Material and Industrial Technology Research
Institute Beijing (China)
NanoCanada (Canada)
AITF
AlPac (Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries)
Centre Québécois sur les matériaux
fonctionnels
Innotime Technologies
Nanalysis
NanoBC
NanoCanada / National Institute for
Nanotechnology
Nanodevice Solutions
NanoIntegris / Raymor Nanotech
National Institute for Nanotechnology
SmileSonica
Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology
Western University
Nanocyl (Belgium)
NANOMAKERS (France)
GENES'INK
NAWATECHNOLOGIES
NanoMaterials Technology (Singapore) / Nagase
& Co. (Japan)
NANOTEC Thailand (Thailand)
BSG Glass
KEEEN
Klean Greentech
Qualitech Laboratory Service
TBRI
TKS Siampress Management
NIL Technology (Denmark)
micro resist technology (Germany)
HTL (Japan)
Nyacol Nano Technologies (USA)
OCSiAL (Korea)
Picosun (Finland)
San Diego Regional Economic Development
Corp. (USA)
SETCOR EVENTS (France)
Shenzhen Nanotech Port (China)
SHENZHEN SUSN SINOTECH NEW MATERIALS
(China)
Shima Trading (Japan)
Spanish Pavilion (Spain)
Avanzare
GRAPHENEA
ICEX - Invest in Spain
International Iberian Nanotechnology
Laboratory- INL (Portugal)
Phantoms Foundation
Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
Swiss Pavilion (Switzerland)
MICRONARC
NANO-TERA
Swiss Nanoscience Institute University of Basel
TRIMOS (Switzerland) / DAI-ICHI SOKUHAN
WORKS (Japan)
Taiwan Nano (Taiwan)
Taiwan Pavilion (Taiwan)
Academia Sinica
AKALI Technology
Asiatic Fiber
Datawise Technology
Energy Resources International
GOLDRED NANOBIOTECH
Hung Fong Micro-Fabrication Technologies
Industrial Technology Research Institute
iPrinting Media Technology
JM Material Technology
Just Nanotech
Luxor Thermal
N kung Industrial
National Cheng Kung University
National Cheng Kung University/Institute of
Oral Medicine
National Chung Hsing University
National Health Research Institutes (NHRI)
National Sun Yat-sen University
Procachem
REGA BIOTECHNOLOGY
Ritedia
SIWARD Crystal Technology
STRONG NANO TECH.
Vida Biotechnology
WinMEMS Technologies
Tekna Plasma Systems (Canada)
NEDO (New Energy and Industrial Technology
Development Organization) Project
Nanocarbon
Printed Electronics
Biomassplastic
Structural Materials
Manufacturing
Electronics
Ecology & Health Care
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Exhibitor Survey
600 exhibitors' impressions about nano tech Japan
Lower than expected:6%
Higher than expected:12%
somewhat lower than expected
:25%
Visitor
Quality
As expected:57%
During the show, about 80% pre-reserved for the next show
Will not exhibit:1%
Not decided yet:25%
Plans to
exhibit at
nano tech
2017
Will exhibit:74%
Voice of Exhibitors
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Surprisingly, we got many offers from industries we never thought our technology would match.
We never thought our service matched with larger companies, but it was wrong. We had many business leads with them.
Our world's first technology had quite good impressions on participants. After the exhibition, we had more than 10 promising
leads and continue to receive requotes.
nano tech made us more confident to continue developing our new technology. It gave us some tips to find possible markets
and applications.
We could find partners for our university's tech-transfer and joint research.
We could meet a partner again who had stopped business deals once and resume business deals.
Thanks to nan tech, we had many offers for sampling and testing.
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Organization of nano tech 2016
nano tech executive committee
Chairman
Tomoji Kawai, Specially Appointed Professor, The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University / Executive Director,
Technology Strategy Center, NEDO
Vice-chairman
Yoshinobu Baba, Director, Synchrotron radiation Research Center, Nagoya University / Director, FIRST Research Center for Innovative
Nanobiodevices, Nagoya University / Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering , Nagoya University
Members
Yasuhiko Arakawa, Director, Institute for Nano Quantum Information Electronics, The University of Tokyo
Noboru Fukushima, Chief Fellow, Corporate Research & Development Center, Toshiba Corporation
Kazuo Furuya, Deputy Director-General, International Center for Nanotechnology Network, National Institute for Material Science (NIMS)
Masahiko Hara, Professor, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology / Senior Visiting
Scientist, Global Research Cluster, RIKEN
Takashi Hiraga, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST)
Keijiro Hirahara, Executive Coordinator, Nanotechnology Platform, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Tadashi Ito, General Manager, Highly Functional Materials Research Laboratories, Research & Development Management Headquarters,
FUJIFILM Corporation
Shinichi Kamei, General Manager, Research Center for Policy and Economy, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.
Fumika Kaneko, Manager, New Product Marketing, Bayer MaterialScience Ltd.
Naoto Kobayashi, Associate Director, Professor, Center for Research Strategy, Waseda University
Ryutaro Maeda, Supervisory Innovation Coordinator, Department of Electronics and Manufacturing, National Institute of Advanced Industrial
Science & Technology (AIST)
Organized by
Shinro Mashiko, Vice president, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Yoshio Matsuda, General Manager on Special Assignment, Technology Center Planning Dept. / General Manager on Special Assignment, Investor
Relations Dept., Toray Industries, Inc.
Shinji Matsui, Professor, Laboratory of Advanced Science and Technology for Industry, University of Hyogo,
Hidezo Mori, Professor, Department of Physiology, Tokai University, School of Medicine
Kazumi Nishijima, Fellow, Clinical Development Planning and Management, Mochida Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. , Project Professor (Tokyo
University), Visiting Professor (Tohoku University), Project Professor (Yokohama City University)
Hirotoshi Sato, Director, Development Dept. Optical Film Development & Marketing Center, GUNZE LIMITED
Tatsuro Fuse, Deputy Secretary General, Nanotechnology Business Creation Initiative
Noboru Terata, President, Park Systems Japan Inc.
Hashizume Tomihiro, Chief Research Scientist, Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd.
Kiyoshi Yase, Director, Nanosystem Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology(AIST)
Tomomi Yamazaki, Director General of Electronics, Materials Technology and Nanotechnology Dept, New Energy and Industrial Technology
Development Organization (NEDO)
Noboru Yumoto, Fellow, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Supported by
Advisor
Eiichi Maruyama, Special Advisor, former Center for Intellectual Property Strategies, RIKEN / Director, RIKEN Innovation Capital co., Ltd
Secretary General
Takahiro Matsui, Director, ICS Convention Design, Inc.
Cabinet Office Government of Japan / Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications / Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology / Ministry of
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries / Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry / American Embassy / Embassy of Italy - Trade Promotion Office/ Cultural Center of the
Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Tokyo / British Embassy Tokyo, UK Trade & Investment Dept. / Embassy of Canada / Science & Technology Office Tokyo,
Embassy of Switzerland / Economic and Commercial Office, Embassy of Spain / Royal Thai Embassy / Embassy of the Czech Republic / Embassy of the Republic of
Korea / The Royal Danish Embassy / Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Tokyo / Business France, Embassy of France in Japan / Embassy of the Kingdom
of Belgium / National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) / National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) / RIKEN / Japan Science and
Technology Agency (JST) / National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) / New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
(NEDO) / Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) / Organization for Small & Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation / Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) /
Nanotechnology Business Creation Initiative (NBCI) *no particular order
In cooperation The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) / The Society of Polymer Science, Japan / The Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ) / The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry
with
/ Society of Nano Science and Technology / The Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Graphene Research Society *no particular order
UFI is the global association of trade show organizers, fairground owners, national and
international associations of the exhibition industry, and its partners and counts 650
members from 83 countries. nano tech is receiving certification as "UFI-approved event"
according to the international standard since 2014.
The certification organization, JECC consists of three organizations, Japan External
Trade Organization (JETRO),International Convention & Exhibition Centers of
Japan, and Japan Exhibition Association, with the support of Ministry of Economy,
Trade Industry of Japan (METI). This certification has been started in 2012 in order
to bring up and develop exhibitions in Japan as an economic infrastructure and
reinforce international competitiveness of the industry. nano tech participates in this
Authorization System since 2013 and has received certification as an international
exhibition.
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