Exhibition Report - nano tech Japan 2017 International

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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

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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 | IDTechEx 10:45 Khasha Ghaffarzadeh

11:50 production for Composites, Coatings and Functional Fluids | 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 | GRAPHENEA 12:45 IÑIGO CHAROLA

avanzare

12:50 Recent Progress of Graphene and It's Applications in Taiwan | 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 | 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

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Approach all registered visitors and 1,300 exhibitors of 11 concurrent exhibitions

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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

0

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

29

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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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 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)

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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

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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%

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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. 15

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