Short Course

Sunday, September 9, 2018, 10:10-15:30
(Yayoi Auditorium, Annex and Ichijo Hall)

A separate fee is required to attend the Short Course.

A Li-ion battery and Fuel cell technology: Fundamentals and Beyond

Organizer: Masashi Ikegami Toin Univ. of Yokohama

Driven by the recent large-scale trend of electric vehicle (EV) and expansion of other portable electronic devices, lithium-ion battery and fuel-cell technologies have received increasing attention, with their rising importance. In this short course, we will focus on such battery technologies in terms of their historical perspective as well as future prospects. Globally renowned experts on the field will give lectures as a part of this short course, presenting the fundamental theory, historical developments in research, and current status of R&D, in addition to their application to EV technologies.

September 9, 2018
  • 11:00 - 11:10
    Introduction
    Masashi Ikegami
    (Organizer / Toin Univ. of Yokohama)
  • Akira Yoshino (Meijo University / Fellow of Asahi Kasei Corporation)
    11:10 - 12:00
    “Lithium Ion Battery -Current, Past, and Future”
    Akira Yoshino
    (Meijo University / Fellow of Asahi Kasei Corporation)
  • sZempachi Ogumi (Kyoto University)
    12:00 - 12:50
    “Solid Phase Reactions of Active Materials of Lithium Ion Battery”
    Zempachi Ogumi
    (Kyoto University)
  • --- Lunch Break (60 min) ---
  • Ken-ichiro Ota (Yokohama National University)
    13:50 - 14:40
    “Green Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for the Future Sustainable Growth”
    Ken-ichiro Ota
    (Yokohama National University)
  • Shinji Nakanishi (Toyota Motor Corporation)
    14:40 - 15:30
    “Study of the next-generation battery”
    Shinji Nakanishi
    (Toyota Motor Corporation)

B Breaking technology in thin film electronics

Organizer: Seiichiro Higashi Hiroshima Univ.

Innovative developments in Thin Film Electronics will be brought by technological breakthroughs represented by “Ultra-high resolution” and “Heterogeneous integration”. Device integration for future VR/AR is targeting 10,000ppi, and process technologies on the basis of low temperature polycrystalline silicon (LTPS) and ULSI have been investigated intensively. Not only for display applications, but heterogeneous CMOS integration is the key to highly functional flexible and advanced electronics. Various materials such as oxide, organic, group IV, low dimensional structures, and more are integrated on non-crystal and crystal platforms. In this short course, we have arranged four lectures given by distinguished experts working in the field and who are leading the technology.

September 9, 2018
  • 10:10 - 10:20
    Introduction
    Seiichiro Higashi
    (Organizer / Hiroshima Univ.)
  • 10:20 - 11:10
    Yoshiro Aoki (Japan Display Inc.)
    “Recent progress for ultra-high resolution LCDs based on LTPS technologies”
    Yoshiro Aoki
    (Japan Display Inc., Japan)
  • 11:10 - 12:00
    Amal Ghosh (eMagin Corp / Society for Information Display)
    “OLED Microdisplays - An Overview”
    Amal Ghosh
    (eMagin Corp., USA)
  • --- Lunch Break (60 min) ---
  • 13:00 - 13:50
    “Heterogeneous TFTs integration of IGZO and LTPS
    for a display backplane technology”
    Jia-Hong Ye
    (AU Optronics Corp., Taiwan)
  • 13:50 - 14:40
    Paul Heremans (imec)
    “Flexible circuits with organic and oxide thin-film transistors”
    Paul Heremans
    (imec, Belgium)
  • 14:40 - 15:30
    Eric Pop (Stanford University)
    “Benefits of Heterogeneous Integration: The N3XT 1000x”
    Eric Pop
    (Stanford University, USA)
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