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The 4th Workshop on Biological Applications of Plasma/Photon Processing

2010-1-26 (Tue) 1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

BAPP-4

In the last few decades, plasma and laser technologies have made remarkable progress in various applications such as material analyses, thin film formation, and nano-scale processing. Recently it has been recognized that these technologies could have also significant impact on biological and medical sciences and technologies. The current level of interaction among plasma/laser scientists and biological/medical scientists, however, may still be insufficient and more close interaction among experts in these fields could open up new opportunities of applications of plasma/laser technologies in biology and medicine.

In view of this, we have organized this Workshop to promote open discussion among scientists interested in these fields. In the 4th Workshop on Biological Applications of Plasma/Photon Processing (BAPP-4), we have planned a variety of invited presentations regarding biological/medical issues on which plasma technologies may possibly have significant impact, as well as other presentations with broader perspectives.

Satoshi Hamaguchi
Chair, BAPP-4
Professor, Center for Atomic and Molecular Technologies
Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University

Lecturers

  • IMADE Shinji, Shimiane University
  • KIUCHI Masato, Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
  • HAZAMA Hisanao, Osaka University
  • HIRATA Takamichi, Tokyo City University
  • FUJITA Katsumasa, Osaka University
  • YASUDA Hachiro, Toyohashi University of Technology

Admission fee: There is NO fee for attending this event.

Sponsored by: Center for Atomic and Molecular Technologies (CAMT), Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University

Date: 2010-1-26 (Tue) 1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Registration: Registration online is necessary. Please go to the URL below to register.
URL: http://www.camt.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp/bapp/
Contact: For additional information, contact: Dr. Satoshi HAMAGUCHI, Center for Atomic and Molecular Technologies (CAMT), Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University
hamaguch@ppl.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp

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