The Carbon Society of Japan, cordially invites you to participate in CARBON2020. It is the ﬁrst time in 12 years in Japan after CARBON2008 in Nagano. The purpose of this innovative and comprehensive forum is to introduce the latest research and development on carbon science as well as their applications.
THE FASCINATING CITY
Kyoto has a worldwide reputation of being a traditional, old-fashioned city and is a former capital of Japan. Many tourists come to Kyoto to enjoy the attractions, including numerous shrines and temples and traditional Japanese cuisine.
Kyoto is also a center of research and development known for many state-of-the-art technologies, such as semiconductors and electronic components.
In addition to the rich regional culture of Kyoto, you can experience Japan' s culture of “hospitality.”
Please come to the Japanese oldest city and talk newest stories on carbons.
- Session 1:
- Nanocarbon; Graphene, Nanotube, Fullerene
- Session 2:
- Electrochemistry and Applications
- Session 3:
- Adsorption, Reactivity and Catalysis
- Session 4:
- Physical Properties and Characterization
- Session 5:
- Carbonization and Graphitization
- Session 6:
- Environmental Applications
- Session 7:
- Biological and Medical Applications
- Session 8:
- Carbon Fibers and Composites
- Session 9:
- Cokes, Coals and Carbon Blacks
CARBON2020 HIGHLIGHTS 28th, June – 3rd, July
- Oral Presentations
- Poster Presentations (Snacks & Sake will be served)
- Welcome Reception (28th, June: @Miyako Messe)
- Free Tourism (2nd, July : 1day free bus and subway ticket in Kyoto city, award ceremony and banquet at TOEI Kyoto Studio Park (EIGAMURA) http://www.toei-eigamura.com/en/
Nagoya University, JAPAN
Honorary Fellow, Asahi Kasei Corporation, JAPAN
Winner of The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2019 “for the development of lithium-ion batteries”
The City College of New York, U.S.A.
University of Granada, Spain
Peking University, P. R. China
Imperial College, London, U.K.
|PROFESSIONAL AWARDS||Japan Carbon Award for Eminent Contributor (innovative researcher)
Japan Carbon Award for Young Researchers
|STUDENTS AWARDS||Japan Carbon Award for Students; excellent posters|
|CARBON2020 Chair||Prof. Takashi Kyotani
|CARBON2020 Co-Chair||Prof. Jun-ichi Ozaki
|Secretary general||Prof. Masahiro Toyoda
|Treasurer||Dr. Yasushi Soneda
Miyako Messe is one of the largest convention centers in Kyoto. It is located in the culturally rich Okazaki area. From Kyoto station, the conference venue takes 30 minutes by subway and walk.
The travel time from Kansai International Airport to the Kyoto station is approximately 90 minutes by Limousine bus or Kansai Airport Limited Express (Haruka). The journey from Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) to Kyoto is three hours on the Shinkansen.