2nd International Technical Forum Inspiring Powder Technology
Poster Session Program

 

Date: November9iThu.j,2006

Session1: 13:00-14:00,
Session2:
17:30-19:30 (Offered with a technology exchange meeting)

Venue: Makuhari Messe International Conference Hall Room 201

 

A (drug design)
17 applications

B (nanotechnology)
12 applications

C (crystallization)
6 applications

D (others)
4 applications

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A (drug design)

 

A01

Design of Rapid disintegrating tablets formulated silica composite particle with drying method

 

 

Yohei Hoashi1), Ayako Ban2), Yuichi Tozuka2),Hirofumi Takeuchi2), Toshiya Kai1), Makoto Sato2)

 

 

1jNIPROCORPORATION, 2jGifuPharmaceutical University

 

A02

Design of submicron sized W/0/W emulsion for pharmaceutical application

 

 

Fujita Naomi1), Tozuka Yuichi1), Takeuchi Hirohumi2), Nagahama Tohru2), AketoTakao1)

 

 

1jGifuPharmaceuticalUniversity, 2jTaishoPharmaceuticalCo.Ltd,

 

A03

Evaluation of adhesive property of pharmaceuticals by surface free energy analysis

 

 

Yonemochi Etsuo

 

 

Toho Univeristy

 

A04

Evaluation of dispersive state of drug in the tablet using NIR chemical imaging and their quantitative precision

 

 

Asuka Ozawa1), Yasuo Yoshihashi1), Etsuo Yonemochi1), Tatsuo Koide2),
Yukio Hiyama2) , Katsuhide Terada1)

 

 

1)Toho University,  2)National Institute of Health Sciences

 

A05

Application of mechano-fusion method for improvement of inhalation characteristic of drug.

 

 

Satoshi Machida

 

 

Toho Univeristy

 

A06

Study on functions of super disintegrant "Kollidon CL grades" and the application to pharmaceutical solid dosage form

 

 

Mitsunori Tanabe

 

 

BASF Japan Ltd.

 

A07

Use of Spouted Bed Binderless Granulation to Design

PLGA Nanocomposite Particles for Dry Powder Inhalation

 

 

K.Hara, H.Tsujimoto, Y.Tsukada, S.Hatano, Y.Kawashima

 

 

Hosokawa Particle Technology Research Institute

 

A08

The developments of NFB Decoy Oligodeoxynucleotides loaded PLGA nanosphere and the applications for atopic dermatitis

 

 

Y.Tsukada, H.Tsujimoto, K.Hara, M.Sakaguchi, M.Aoki, R.Morishita, Y.Kawashima

 

 

HOSOKAWA POWDER TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE

 

A09

Grinding-induced solubilization and nanoparticle formation of poorly-soluble drugs: Clarithromycin and ascorbic acid 2-glucoside binary system

 

 

Yutaka Inoue1), Yuichi Tozuka2), Kunikazu Moribe1), Takuya Kumamoto1),
Tsutomu Ishikawa1), Keiji Yamamoto1)

 

 

1) Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chiba University
2) Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering, Gifu Pharmaceutical University

 

A10

yNew ProductzSuper High Compactible MCC Ceolus® KG|1000

 

 

Kazuhiro Obae

 

 

ASAHI KASEI CHEMICALS CORPORATION

 

A11

galenIQTM , A new definition of a multifunctional excipient

 

 

Teraoka Makoto

 

 

HIGUCHI Inc.

 

A12

Preparation of nanoparticles and application to fine particulate coating by laser ablation method

 

 

Sanshiro Nagare

 

 

Nara Machinery Co., Ltd.

 

A13

Proparation of Sustained Release Fine Particles by the Dry Coating Method with a Mechanochemical Disporsing Device

 

 

Hiroshi Yuasa

 

 

Matsuyama University

 

A14

Powder surface area, pore size distribution and porosity by gas adsorption

 

 

Kouji Miyazawa

 

 

Yuasa-Ionics Co.., Ltd.

 

A15

R&D Spray dryer for fine particle

 

 

Masashi Fujii, Yukie Takeshita

 

 

Ohkawara Kakohki Co., Ltd.

 

A16

Percolation Theory and the Role of Maize Starch as a Disintegrant for a Low Water Soluble Drug

 

 

Go Kimura1,2), Maxim Puchkov1), Gabriele Betz1), Hans Leuenberger1,3)

 

 

1) University of Basel 2) Shionogi & Co., LTD. 3) Ifiip llc

 

A17

New turret exchangeable application uAQUARIUS GLOBALv

 

 

Katsuhito Fujisaki

 

 

KIKUSUI SEISAKUSYO LTD.

 

 

B (nanotechnology)

B01

Ceramic Powder Spheroidization by Induction Thermal Plasma

 

 

Yubuta Kazuhiro

 

 

Nisshin Seifun Group Inc.

 

B02

Gas-phase dispersion of liquid-phase nanoparticles to measurement of particle size distribution

 

 

Wuled Lenggoro

 

 

Hiroshima University

 

B03

Micrometer-Scale Patterning of SnO2 Nano Powders by the Micromolding in Capillaries (MIMIC) Method

 

 

Imasu Junko, Sakka Yoshio, Fudouzi Hiroshi

 

 

National Institute for Materials Science

 

B04

Synthesis of hollow calcium carbonate particles in a non-equilibrium processing

 

 

Watanabe Hideo

 

 

Nagoya Institute of Technology

 

B05

An Introduction of Bubble Template Method For Synthesis of Hollow Particles

 

 

Han Yong Sheng

 

 

Nagoya Institute of Technology

 

B06

Arrangement of particles using capillary electro osmotic flow.

 

 

Endo, Takeshi

 

 

Nagoya Institute of Technology

 

B07

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Nukanobu Atsushi

 

 

NIKKISO CO.,LTD.

 

B08

Evaluation of alumina slurry using capillary electrophoresis.

 

 

Yamakawa, Tomohiro

 

 

Nagoya Institute of Technology

 

B09

Preparation of Zinc Sulfide Nanoparticles by Colloidal Method and Their Engineering Application

 

 

Yasuyuki Arao, Yasushige Mori

 

 

Doshisha University

 

B10

Raman Spectroscopy and the PAT Initiative

 

 

Keijiro Terashita1),  Tsuyoshi Furukawa2),  Hiroshi Hisada2),  Shukichi Ochiai2)

 

 

1) Osaka Lifie Science Labo, 2) S.T. Japan Inc.

 

B11

Properties Control of Cosmetic Fine Spherical Silica Particles by Surface Modification

 

 

Tamonoki Maki, Tsukada Mayumi, Kani Toshiyuki, Suzuki Takahiro and Kamiya Hidehiro

 

 

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

 

B12

Emission Behavior of Condensible Suspended Particulate Matter from Stationary Combustion Sources

 

 

Nishikawa Nakaha, Liu Yuyu, Tsukada Mayumi, Kamiya Hidehiro

 

 

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

 

 

C (crystallization)

 

C01

A New Crystallization Method Using Liquid/Liquid Interface for Fabrication of Asymmetric Particles

 

 

Kadota Kazunori

 

 

Doshisha University

 

C02

Application of Microwave Irradiation to Crystallization of Carbonate Nano-Particles

 

 

Masakazu Matsumoto, Souichiro Hirose, Tomohiro Fukunaga, Kaoru Onoe

 

 

Chiba Institute of Technology

 

C03

Growth Rate Changes of Gypsum Crystal Arisen from Some Additives

 

 

Shigehiro Kagaya AAkihiro Shiroishi

 

 

Engineering Department, University of Toyama

 

C04

Fuzzy Logic Control of a Batch Crystallizer

 

 

Sohrab Rohani

 

 

The University of Western Ontario

 

C05

Increase in crystal growth rate for production of sodium chloride

 

 

Koji Masaoka

 

 

The Salt Industry Center of Japan

 

C06

IN SITU OBSERVATION OF NUCLEATION AND CRYSTAL GROWTH OF NANOSIZED LTA

 

 

Tatsuya Okubo

 

 

The University of Tokyo

 

 

D (others)

D01

Simulation tool for process engineers and researchers

 

Gad Amir

 

VixiMix

D02

Desktop crystallization

 

Hamp Turner

 

Turner Technology