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The 1st International Symposium Interactive Materials Science Cadet Program

2014-11-16 (Sun) - 2014-11-19 (Wed)

This symposium is hosted by Osaka University Program for Leading Graduate Schools “Interactive Materials Science Cadet Program”. The program aims to educate talented graduate students by cultivating ‘Materials Science Cadets’ with the skills to occupy senior research positions in the materials science and production sectors, with the full support of faculty members of Osaka University from a wide range of materials science fields including physics and chemistry. The program is also designed to apply the synergistic benefits of dialogic and interactive approaches to various facets of materials science education and research. In the context of the program, we discuss broad topics on materials science in this symposium to share a common interest in the field.

Your participation will definitely enrich the symposium and ensure its success. We truly look forward to welcoming you to Osaka this fall.


  • Theoretical and experimental elucidation of Interface reactions
  • Function of Multi-metal Complexes 
  • Controlling Quantum Effects in Solids 
  • Organic Materials Science 
  • Novel Developments in Nanophotonics 
  • Theoretical aspects of functional materials
  • Material Design and Green Energy Realization
  • Interfacial Chemistry for Novel Functions
  • Energy Harvesting and Saving

Please use the link below to register for this symposium.

Date: 2014-11-16 (Sun) - 2014-11-19 (Wed)
Organizer: Program for Leading Graduate Schools, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; Interactive Materials Science Cadet Program, Institute for Academic Initiatives, Osaka University
Venue: Hotel Hankyu Expo Park
Registration: Online registration is required. Go to the link given above to register.
Contact: Office, Interactive Materials Science Cadet Program -- TEL/FAX: 06-6850-6403

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