3rd Powder Technology Forum in Indonesia, 2-3 Sept. 2015 日本の粉体技術を紹介する(第3回フォーラム in インドネシア)

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3rd JAPAN POWDER TECHNOLOGY FORUM in INDONESIA //powdertech.wordpress.com/
(Bandung, 2 September 2015)

The 3rd Forum will be held by aligning with PIPS2015 (2nd Padjadjaran International Physics Symposium 2015 (organized by Department of Physics, Universitas Padjadjaran) 最新プログラム:PIPS 2015 Program,Final

2 September 2015 14:00-16:00 (including Tea-break, Free/talk time)
PLACE: BALE SAWALA, Kampus Universitas Padjadjaran, Jl. Raya Bandung-Sumedang km. 21, Sumedang, Jawa Barat Indonesia
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(on 3 September, all Japanese participants will visit pharmaceutical company etc. around Bandung)

PRESENTATIONS
* Spray Drying (by M. Ohkawara, CEO, Ohkawara Kakohki Co. Ltd.)
* Grinding/Crushing System (by T. Makino, CEO, Makino Mfg Co.,Ltd.)
* Classifier, Mixer, Granulator (by T. Tanimoto, President, Tokuju Corporation)
* Various Japanese Machinery for Food, Pharmaceutical, Chemical etc. (by T. Shibao, MATSUBO Corp./KOBELCO Trading)
* Particle research networks at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (by W. Lenggoro, Prof.)
* Atomizer Mill (by H. Ebihara, CEO, Tokyo Atomizer M.F.G., Co.,Ltd.)
* Electrostatic charging of particulate materials (by T. Matsuyama, Prof., Soka University, Tokyo) As Invited talk at PIPS.
* Fine bubble technology (by N. Aya, Dr., National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology – AIST) As Invited talk at PIPS.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
W. Lenggoro, T. Matsuyama, T. Makino
LOCAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE:
I Made Joni, Camellia Panatarani (Universitas Padjadjaran)

The objectives of this forum is to introduce the field of Powder-Technology and technologies developed by Japanese companies/societies. The 1st Forum was held in Jakarta (2012) and 2nd Forum was in Surabaya (2013)
Large room at NNSin 2013, thamrin2012ain 2012.

“Powder Technology” dealing with the production, handling, modification, and use of a wide variety of powder/particle (dry or wet) materials, in sizes ranging from nanometers to centimeters; its scope spans a range of industries to include chemical, petrochemical, agricultural, food, pharmaceuticals, mineral processing, advanced materials, energy, and the environment.