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Asada and Manabe (Graduate School of Science and Engineering) Both Receive Outstanding Presentation Award at SCEJ Chugoku-Shikoku Branch Meeting

Updated Dec. 22, 2016
On December 10, 2016, the Chugoku-Shikoku Branch Meeting of the Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan (SCEJ) was held in Yamaguchi, where Takahiro Asada and Yuki Manabe of the Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Major of Applied Chemistry) received the Outstanding Presentation Award.

1.Asada discovered that, when dropping a droplet with silica particles dispersed around a glass bead and making it dry, silica particles accumulate in a periodic circular pattern. He directly observed its formation process and made a presentation about the formation mechanism at the meeting.

Title of Presentation:
‘Clarification of the formation mechanism of a periodic circular pattern by an advection accumulation method’

Presenter:
Takahiro Asada
Second year, Master’s Program in Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (graduated from the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science)

Co-authors:
Daigo Yamamoto (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Akihisa Shioi (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering).

2.Manabe, whose work regarded the periodic motion mode in the contact line of oil/water interface and the glass wall surface induced by the switching between surfactant absorption and desorption, developed a mathematical model on the autonomous periodic motion and succeeded in regenerating the motion mechanism.

Title of Presentation:
‘Clarification of the mechanism of the periodic motion mode of the contact line of oil/water interface induced by chemical reaction’

Presenter:
Yuki Manabe
Second year, Master’s Program in Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (graduated from the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science)

Co-authors:
Daigo Yamamoto (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Akihisa Shioi (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Website of SCEJ Chugoku-Shikoku Branch (in Japanese)
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Asada (left) Manabe (right)

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