On behalf of the organizing committee of Supergreen 2009, we invite scientists and students from all over the world to participate in this symposium. This symposium will provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and latest information.
The main theme of the sixth Supergreen symposium is the fusion of the SCF technology with the material science technology, device technology, environmental technology, and other technologies, which will aid in expanding the applications of the SCF technology. Many distinguished researchers from various fields have been invited to deliver keynote lectures. In these lectures, new applications of supercritical fluids and the development of a green sustainable society will be discussed.
We would like to cordially invite you to attend the conference and submit papers to Supergreen2009 to report on your work and experiences in SCF sciences and technologies. The meeting will be configured to maximally disseminate useful information to materials and device users, manufacturers, academics, and students.
The conference will be held at the Sakura Hall in Katahira Campus, Tohoku Universityl in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. On the first afternoon, there will be a plenary session with speakers covering subjects of broad interest. This will be followed by one and a half days of invited lectures and technical presentations, both oral and poster. The special Supergreen Poster Award for Excellence will be granted at the conference. A banquet will be held during the conference to provide a unique opportunity to renew friendships with colleagues and friends, and meet students.
We are eagerly looking forward to your participation in the symposium, which you will find to be an enjoyable experience.
We are looking forward to seeing you at Sendai.
Dr. Tadafumi Adschiri
Professor, Tohoku Univ., Japan
Dr. Motonobu Goto
Professor, Kumamoto Univ., Japan
Sponsored by the Tohoku University Advanced Institute for Materials Research- World Premier International Research Center Initiative(WPI-AIMR)
Supported by the Division of Supercritical Fluids, the Society
of Chemical Engineers, Japan and the Chemical Society of Japan.