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The Venue of poster sessions are either Oasis, Building 8 or 7F A-building.
Symposium : D-2 : Frontier of Nano-Materials Based on Advanced Plasma Technologies
Entry No Presentation Date Award Presenter Name Affiliation Paper Title
Aug. 2518:00 - 20:00Building 8, 1F Oasis
Aug. 2518:00 - 20:00Core time: 18:00-19:30
Chair : Hyunwoong SEO, Kyushu University  
2254   D2-P25-001 Aug. 25  *B Takahiko NAKANISHI Kyushu University RF Magnetron sputtering of low-resistive ZnO:Ga films with buffer layers fabricated via nitrogen mediated crystallization
2553   D2-P25-002 Aug. 25  Akihisa OGINO Graduate School of Engineering, Shizuoka University Effect of Photo Irradiation on Electron Emission of Cesiated Semiconductor Surface for Thermionic Energy Converter
2670   D2-P25-003 Aug. 25  *M Ryota SHIMIZU Kyushu University Epitaxial growth of a novel widegap semiconductor ZnGaON by magnetron sputtering
2675   D2-P25-004 Aug. 25  *B Tomoaki IDE Kyushu University Epitaxial growth of sputter-deposited ZnO films via nitrogen mediated crystallization: effects of nitrogen flow rate
2699   D2-P25-005 Aug. 25  *D Koichi MATSUSHIMA Kyushu University Epitaxial growth of In-rich ZnInON films by RF magnetron sputtering
3044   D2-P25-006 Aug. 25  Syota KANEZASHI Department of Electronics and Materials Science, Shizuoka University SnO2 thin films prepared by coplanar type surface discharge technique
3324   D2-P25-007 Aug. 25  Hanki KIM Kyung Hee university Transparent and flexible TIO/Ag NW/TIO hybrid electrode grown on PET for flexible organic solar cell
3423   D2-P25-008 Aug. 25  *M Yeong Min PARK Dept. of Nanofusion technology, Pusan National University The Effect of Graphite Holder on Boron Doped Diamond Synthesis on Tungsten Carbide Tool using Microwave Plasma CVD System
3815   D2-P25-009 Aug. 25  *D Yutaka FUJIWARA University of Tsukuba,National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Profile Measurements Using Electrostatic Probe at a Spontaneous-Focusing State in High-Current-Density and Low-Energy Ion Beam
2080   D2-P25-010 Aug. 25  Hiroharu KAWASAKI Sasebo National College of Technology Effect of UV light for breakdown voltage in the atmospheric pressure
Aug. 2618:00 - 20:00Building 8, 1F Oasis
Aug. 2618:00 - 20:00Core time: 18:00-19:30
Chair : Hyunwoong SEO, Kyushu University  
2450   D2-P26-001 Aug. 26  *B Daiki ICHIDA Graduate school of information science and electrical engineering, Kyushu University Effects of Substrate Temperature on Defect Density of Ge Nanoparticle Films
2458   D2-P26-002 Aug. 26  *B Mizuki TATEISHI School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering, Graduate School of University of Kyushu Real Time Deposition Measurement of Dust Particles Generated by Plasma-Wall Interaction
2730   D2-P26-003 Aug. 26  *B Shinji HASHIMOTO Graduate school of information science and electrical engineering, Kyushu University Si QD/PEDOT:PSS Hybrid Solar Cells Using Si Nanoparticles Fabricated by Multi-Hollow Plasma CVD
2912   D2-P26-004 Aug. 26  *M Naoya KIHARA Department of Electronic Science and Engineering, Kyoto University Optical Response Characterization of Aggregated Silver Particles Generated by Reducing Atmospheric Plasma Process
2963   D2-P26-005 Aug. 26  *M Ah-Rong CHO Center for Surface Technology and Applications, Korea Aerospace University, Korea The electrocatalytic activity of N-doped carbon nanotubes synthesized by arc discharge in aqueous solution
2969   D2-P26-006 Aug. 26  *M Yoshihiro TORIGOE Kyushu University Hydrogen Concentration Associated with Si-H2 Bonds in Films Deposited by High Frequency Multi-Hollow Discharge Plasma CVD Method
3065   D2-P26-007 Aug. 26  *B Takaaki AMANO Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan Synthesis of In nanoparticles using RF sputtering for evaluating nanoparticle kinetics in living body
3375   D2-P26-008 Aug. 26  *M Takashige MASUKAWA Chiba Institute of Technology Adsorption-induced Electrochromism of Isolated Nanocolumnar InN Films in Nonaqueous Solution
3553   D2-P26-009 Aug. 26  *G Kosuke TAKENAKA Joining and Welding Research Institute, Osaka University Plasma Interactions with Biological Molecules in Atmospheric-Pressure Plasma Irradiation through Gas/Liquid Interface