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Yasunao Okamoto and Yusuke Yagita of Science and Engineering simultaneously received Poster Awards at the 13th Korea-Japan Symposium on Materials and Interfaces.

Updated Nov. 30, 2018
At the 13th Korea-Japan Symposium on Materials and Interfaces (13th KJSMI) held from November 21 to 23, 2018, Yasunao Okamoto and Yusuke Yagi of Applied Chemistry, Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering simultaneously received Poster Awards.
Okamoto reviewed the relationship between chemical waves generated by BZ reactions and mixed states by conducting experiments and numerical calculations, and announced that it is possible to estimate mixed states from chemical wave patterns in various mixed states.
Yagita reviewed the effects of particle diameters on a porous structure of a thin film formed by depositing titanium oxide nano particles on a flat plate using the electrophoretic deposition method, found that the smaller the diameters, the smaller the porosity of the porous thin film, but the weaker, the adhesion between particles, and announce that this tendency can be estimated using the DLVO theory.


Title of the Presentation 
Quantification of mixing state in solutions with chemical waves induced by Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction

Presenter
Yasunao Okamoto (Second year student of Applied Chemistry, Doctoral Program, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)

Co-presenters
Erina Nawa(Assistant Professor of the Administrative Director, Organization for Research Initiatives and Development and Faculty of Science Engineering)
Daigo Yamamoto(Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Science Engineering)
Akihisa Shioi(Professor of the Faculty of Science Engineering)



Title of the Presentation 
Effect of Particle Size on Porosity of Film Prepared by Electrophoretic Deposition from Titania Particle Suspension

Presenter
Yusuke Yagita (First year student of Applied Chemistry, Master's Programs, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)

Co-presenters
Katsumi Tsuchiya(Professor of the Faculty of Science Engineering)
Yasushige Mori(Professor of the Faculty of Science Engineering)

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Left side:Yasunao Okamoto  Right side:Yusuke Yagita

At the 13th Korea-Japan Symposium on Materials and Interfaces (13th KJSMI) held from November 21 to 23, 2018, Yasunao Okamoto and Yusuke Yagi of Applied Chemistry, Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering simultaneously received Poster Awards.
Okamoto reviewed the relationship between chemical waves generated by BZ reactions and mixed states by conducting experiments and numerical calculations, and announced that it is possible to estimate mixed states from chemical wave patterns in various mixed states.
Yagita reviewed the effects of particle diameters on a porous structure of a thin film formed by depositing titanium oxide nano particles on a flat plate using the electrophoretic deposition method, found that the smaller the diameters, the smaller the porosity of the porous thin film, but the weaker, the adhesion between particles, and announce that this tendency can be estimated using the DLVO theory.


Title of the Presentation 
Quantification of mixing state in solutions with chemical waves induced by Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction

Presenter
Yasunao Okamoto (Second year student of Applied Chemistry, Doctoral Program, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)

Co-presenters
Erina Nawa(Assistant Professor of the Administrative Director, Organization for Research Initiatives and Development and Faculty of Science Engineering)
Daigo Yamamoto(Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Science Engineering)
Akihisa Shioi(Professor of the Faculty of Science Engineering)



Title of the Presentation 
Effect of Particle Size on Porosity of Film Prepared by Electrophoretic Deposition from Titania Particle Suspension

Presenter
Yusuke Yagita (First year student of Applied Chemistry, Master's Programs, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)

Co-presenters
Katsumi Tsuchiya(Professor of the Faculty of Science Engineering)
Yasushige Mori(Professor of the Faculty of Science Engineering)

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