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Symposium D-1
Innovative Material Technologies Utilizing Ion Beams

Partly supported by the Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) Kyushu Chapter



Koumei BABA
Industrial Technology Center of Nagasaki


Hisayoshi ITOH
Japan Atomic Energy Agency
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Hiroshi TSUJI
Kyoto University
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Yoshiaki SUZUKI
Advanced Development and Supporting Center (RIKEN)
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Daryush ILA
Fayetteville State University
Won-Kook CHOI
Korea Insitute of Science and Technology (KIST)
Paul CHU
City University of Hong Kong
Hiroyuki Nishikawa
Shibaura Institute of Technology


Takaaki AOKI
Kyoto University(
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)(


Ion beam technology has, for half a century, made a significant contribution to the progress of science and industry such as electronics, photonics, machine industry, etc., through the synthesis of advanced materials, the modification of surface properties of materials, the modification of surface morphology and texture. Recently, it has been required to develop the energy saving system, processes and devices, high efficient energy utilization ones and the low environmental load ones, from the view point of the global environmental problems, and therefore to develop advanced materials which underlie these systems, processes and devices. It is expected that ion beam technology plays an important role for the production of advanced materials. This session will address the challenges associated with innovative material technologies that utilize ion beam. Specifically, papers that focus on the ion-beam synthesis of advanced materials as well as new utilization techniques of ion beam are encouraged. We are looking forward to having broad, interdisciplinary discussions that will lead to breakthrough in materials science.


  1. Fundamentals of Ion-solid Interaction
  2. Nanostructure Synthesis and Modification
  3. Focused Ion Beams, Ion Lithography
  4. Cluster Ions, Single Ion, Swift Heavy Ions, Highly Charged Ions
  5. Plasma Immersion, Plasma-Induced Modification
  6. Modification of Polymers and Biomaterials

Invited Speakers

Kazuhiro YASUDA
Kyushu University, Department of Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Department of Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee
Hiroaki ABE
Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
Tetsuya YAMAKI
Quantum Beam Science Directorate, Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Masakazu WASHIO
Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering
Feng REN
Wuhan University