Keynote SeminarSeminar

* All Seminars held in Japanese.

Venue:Seminar Room P, East Hall 1 / Capacity:200 Seats
19 April, 2017
P-1
09:30
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10:30
Materials Revolution by Shinayaka Polymers
Prof. Dr. Kohzo Ito,
Program Manager,
ImPACT (Impulsing Paradigm Change through Disruptive Technologies) Program, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan
Professor, The University of Tokyo
My presentation introduces ImPACT (Impulsing Paradigm Change through Disruptive Technologies) program, which is creating Shinayaka (flexible and tough) polymers to drastically reduce the thickness of tire and separators in FCB and LIB, and to strengthen the structural resins for automobiles by integrating cutting-edge facilities and advanced chemistry. As a final goal, we will produce a concept car using Shinayaka polymers developed to realize ultimate safe and energy-saving vehicles.
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20 April, 2017
P-6
09:30
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10:30
Changes to come in the automotive industry
Mr. Koichi Oyama,
Senior Manager, Deloitte Exponential,
Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting LLC
External environment surrounding the automotive industry is about to undergo major changes, including full-fledged efforts against global warming, rise of the sharing economy and advances in AI/IoT. What kind of impact will these changes have on the automotive industry? What kind of opportunities/risks will be brought to the relevant companies? In this seminar, I would like to provide insights into the changes to come in the automotive industry.
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21 April, 2017
P-11
09:30
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10:30
A Message to the brand-new materials innovation
Mr. Satoshi Inoue,
Director,  Materials Innovation Office Material Industrial Division,
Manufacturing Industries Bureau,
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
This presentation contains the current situation of material industries in Japan, challenges to make innovation through new materials and the direction of policy to encourage it.
 
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