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Technology Splash / June 21, 2020 (Sun.) 10:00, 13:00 @ Kobe

【関西フォーラム】テクノロジースプラッシュ/2020年6月21日(日)10:00, 13:00@神戸
Pitches by Researchers, Town Factories and Ventures
Technology Splash Part 1 & Part 2

Riverness will sponsor the event.Hyper Interdisciplinary Conference in Kansai Forum 2020(Sunday, June 21, 2020), a short presentation "Technology Splash" by researchers, local factories and ventures will be held within the

The Japan Society for Hyperdifferentiation Kansai Forum 2020 WEB:https://hic.lne.st/conference/osaka2020/

Splash means "to jump or splash (water, etc.), to fall with a zap. In this session, researchers who are presenters will share the most passionate aspects of their research with the participants, transcending the boundaries of their fields and affiliations. The participants (audience), on the other hand, are plunged into the world of different fields, bathed in the knowledge and enthusiasm of the researchers who appear one after the other. In a series of short presentations in very different fields, the enthusiasm of the presenters and the enthusiasm of the participants collide, and new research ideas and friends are born as if by splashing. That is what "Technology Splash" is all about.

In addition to this session, we have prepared a program of discussions among researchers, venture companies, and large corporations from various perspectives. We are currently accepting applications for audience participation. Please visit the conference website (see below).


Technology Splash Part 1 & Part 2

Date: June 21, 2020 (Sun.) Part 1 : 10:00 - 11:00, Part 2 : 13:00 - 14:00
Venue: Kobe International Conference Center (6-9-1 Minatojima-nakamachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe 650-0046, Japan)
Closest Station: Shimin Hiroba Station (Portliner)


Session B1 (10:00-11:00)
Technology Splash Part 1

<Researchers who presented

No. (in one's) possession identity theme Poster No.
1 The University of Tokushima Satoshi Taniguchi Considerations on how to search for diabetic apps P-2
2 The University of Tokyo Yuhei Shimada Legal Issues for Health Tech Products - Online Medical Treatment, Medical AI, Wearable Devices, and Personal Information P-3
3 Chukyo University Jun Kaneko What we have learned from "barefoot" research P-5
4 Osaka University Graduate School Anna Shimafuji Diversity - How to develop innovators P-9
5 Osaka University Graduate School Shohki Kishida Quality control mechanism of the cell's energy factory "mitochondria". P-13
6 Okayama Prefectural University Masato Kanazaki Repair and bonding of carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastics (CFRTP) utilizing resin welding P-15


<Presentation Venture / Town Factory

No. Company Name Theme Overview Booth No.
7 Cuol Corporation We have the technology to create humanized mice, mice with human cells and tissues. By creating humanized mice for various diseases, we are working to support the development of novel therapies. B-3
8 AMI Corporation We are developing a "super stethoscope," a stethoscope that assists in the diagnosis of cardiac diseases. We are also implementing "Cloud Kenshin," a core technology of "remote auscultation video chat system" that realizes high quality telemedicine We will realize rapid medical innovation through AI x telemedicine. B-4
9 Teclico Corporation Provide state-of-the-art rehabilitation to realize a society that extends healthy life expectancy. MR/VR rehabilitation that will also lead to solutions to medical/welfare staffing shortages. We aim to provide fun rehabilitation without forgetting entertainment. B-7
10 Kihata Keiki Seisakusho Co. A specialized manufacturer of pressure gauges. Also manufactures and sells respiratory muscle strength measuring devices for medical equipment. With the support of the Kobe Medical Industry Development Organization for healthcare equipment development, the company plans to conduct joint research with Hyogo University of Medical Science on standard values of respiratory muscle strength for modern Japanese people. B-8
11 Scrier Corporation We provide apps, IOMT, medical devices with visible treatment effects, and rehabilitation devices that benefit both dentists and patients by reducing the burden of visits to the dentist (contact opportunities) and making medical information visible. / We enable stable data collection in the oral region, sleep training, not sleep learning. B-9
12 Galderia Corporation We will utilize the high survival ability of the sulfuric acidic hot spring red alga Galderia under high temperature and strong acidity and its ability to selectively adsorb precious metals to achieve culture and CO2 fixation under extreme conditions, while realizing a precious metal recycling flow with a low environmental impact. B-10
13 Parity Innovations, Inc. By applying the airborne image display technology developed by our company and realizing non-contact UI such as airborne switches and airborne touch displays with excellent cleanliness and antifouling properties, we will contribute to the improvement of public health in the age of with corona, namely, countermeasures against infectious diseases. B-11
14 Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. At Sumitomo Heavy Industries, our goal is to realize a society in which people can work with greater peace of mind. We are taking on the challenge of automating the manufacturing of large structures, which until now required manual labor, through the use of our unique mobile robot technology. B-12


Session B3 (13:00-14:00)
Technology Splash Part 1

<Researchers who presented

No. (in one's) possession identity theme Poster No.
15 Kanagawa Prefectural Chuo Agricultural High School Jilan Sadjawijit Manirat Investigation of Hypertension Suppression Effect by Manuka Honey P-17
16 Kansai University Ken Ito Investigation of the principle of antibacterial and bactericidal properties expressed by nanostructures and efforts toward their application P-20
17 Momoyama Gakuin Junior High School Naoki Sonoda Effects of MMSE in Robot Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease and its Relationship to Cerebral Blood Flow P-21
18 Momoyama Gakuin Junior High School Naoki Sonoda Hydrogen production from NaCl solution using cation exchange membrane method P-22
19 Kobe University Graduate School Junya Yamamoto Development of a low-cost and highly efficient microbial production system for homo-γ-polyglutamic acid P-24
20 Nagaoka University of Technology Mika Takahi Cardiomyocyte production method using human iPS cells from very low cell density P-25


<Presentation Venture / Town Factory

No. Company Name Theme Overview Booth No.
21 MicroBiophactory, Inc. We are developing technologies to produce chemicals using synthetic biology technology. Synthetic biology technology makes it possible to produce substances that could not be produced biologically before. By utilizing this technology, we will manufacture products that aim to eliminate the use of petroleum. B-13
22 Kawano Lab Based on the results of our research at Osaka University, we have applied particle analysis technology using magnetic and electric fields to quantify the wettability and dispersibility of particles, monitor the activity state of cells, and evaluate how they are incorporated into capsule materials. B-15
23 Beyond Science Ketobiotic powders can only be hydrolyzed by enzymes in gut bacteria. Ketone bodies are produced in the intestinal bacteria, and the new technology of prokaryotic cell activation transforms the microbiome and activates Tregs. We aim to put this technology to practical use in pet therapy diets. B-16
24 Saidin Corporation We aim to create innovative drug development and DDS technology using cyclodextrins, which are cyclic oligosaccharides. B-22
25 Student Independent Research Initiative for the Promotion of Science (SINAPS) By supporting independent research by students who have a high awareness of research, we are expanding the base of research activities. Research presentations: Our main activities are to hold Jamboree and support activities at Science Incarceration, a research presentation event sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). B-23
26 Nariko Seimitsu Co. We specialize in metal cutting and processing of prototypes and palm-sized products, and can be entrusted with everything from CAD/CAM to lathe, MC, each processing, and surface treatment. We are a group of engineers who give shape to the ideas of developers and ventures. B-24
27 MACHICOCO MACHICOCO SCHOOL" is a school where you can learn about manufacturing onsite from engineers at a local factory. We are preparing a serious course for those who want to learn serious techniques, a petit technique course for those who want to experience and learn in a light way, and a factory experience tour. We are also preparing web-based courses and web-based experience tours for those who are too far away to come. B-25
28 Sudix Biotech, Inc. We have proprietary nano-biotechnological technology that utilizes sugar chains. We are using this technology to develop highly sensitive rapid genetic testing methods for viruses and therapeutic methods targeting cancer cells. B-26



Regional Development Division, LIVERNESS Co.
Sho Nakaejima

D., University of the Ryukyus, 2016. D. in Science. D. in Science from the University of the Ryukyus in 2016. He is also involved in the operation of the Regional Tech Planter, which aims to create an ecosystem for industry creation by discovering and fostering local researchers and ventures, and working with government, financial institutions, and local companies.





Conference theme: The Circle of Knowledge for a Sustainable Society - Medicine and Environment in the After Corona
Date and time of the event:June 21 (Sun.) 9:00-17:30
Organized by: Liverness Co.
Venue: Kobe International Conference Center
Participation Fee:

For academics and presenters Free of charge
Corporations, foundations, incorporated associations: ¥56,980 (tax included)

Convention URL:https://hic.lne.st/conference/osaka2020/

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