PLASTIC EXPO Keynote Session

PLA-K Forefront of Development in Diversifying Highly-functional Plastics
Dec. 7 (Fri) 10:30 - 12:00
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R&D and Innovation of Functional Materials

By developing and industrializing new materials, we could expand their application in 20th century. As plastics, we can exemplify PET, PP etc. However the environment surrounding the raw materials changed greatly in 21st century. We need new R&D challenges not restricted by old way of thinking.
Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. Managing Executive Officer, R&D Center Executive, Shin Fukuda Shin Fukuda R&D Center Executive, Managing Executive Officer, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.
講演者プロフィールSpeaker Profile
Shin Fukuda leads R&D and New Business Development for Mitsui Chemicals. He joined Mitsui Chemicals in 1992 where he began his career working in the area of functionalization of surfaces of polymeric materials through plasma processes to develop new products such as display and electric materials. He has twice received the Mitsui Chemicals President Award for his work in the field of display materials.
Dr. Fukuda is a member of the Japan Society of Applied Physics, the American Vacuum Society and the Chemical Society of Japan where he presently serves as Vice President.

Sumitomo Chemical's Development of High Performance Polymers for the Future Mobility

Sumitomo Chemical is one of the top global manufactures of Liquid Crystal Polymers.
We propose our various polymers including unique LCPs as a solution for the paradigm shift that is taking place in mobility. Several examples from the point of view of our polymers' characteristics will be introduced.
Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. Energy & Functional Materials Research Lab., Associate Officer, Research Director, Isao Kurimoto Isao Kurimoto Associate Officer, Research Director, Energy & Functional Materials Research Lab., Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.

Honorifics omitted. Please note that recording and photography are strictly prohibited.
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