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CIF’7 Program

November 27, 2006

International Conference Hall (B101), Chitose Institute of Science and Technology

Plenary Session 10:00-11:25

10:05-10:45
Evolution of photonic networks and its applications
Tomonori Aoyama
Research Institute of Digital Media and Content, Keio University, Japan
10:45-11:25
Study of the CCD spectrometer with densely-folded spectral images to work in the full
200-1000nm wavelength range with high resolution and high speed
Lian -Yao Chen
State Key Laboratory of Advanced Photonic Material and Devices
Fudan University, China
11:30-12:00 Planting Tree Ceremony (Courtyard) Poster Session - 1 12:00-14:00 (CIST Atrium)
P-1 Synthesize and optical properties of SrO phosphor

Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-2 Luminescence of Tb-Sc2O3 phosphor

Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-3 Optical properties of organic-inorganic lead chloride-based layered perovskites containing a
proton-transfer laser dye
Takuya Kawasaki, Ken-ichi Sakai and Hiroyuki Sasabe Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-4 Multistep coherent anti-stokes raman scattering from crystals

Jun Kato1, Kuon Inoue1,2 and Eiichi Hanamura1 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 2Toyota Physical and Chemical research Institute, Japan P-5 High-performance organic photorefractive device using PEDOT and Coumarin 6
Akiyoshi Tanaka, Jun-ichi Nishide, Yoshiaki Hirama and Hiroharu Sasabe Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-6 Development of hole transport materials capable of thick film formation in organic light
emitting diodes
Masaaki Aonuma1, Takahito Oyamada1, Tetsuzou Miki2, Hiroyuki Sasabe1 and Chihaya Adachi1,3 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-7 Estimation of carrier traps in organic light-emitting diodes by thermally stimulated current
(TSC) measurement and the change of TSC spectra depending on continuous DC operation
Makoto Nakahara1, Masahiro Minagawa2 , Takahito Oyamada1, Toyoyasu Tadokoro2, Hiroyuki
Sasabe1,2, and Chihaya Adachi,3
1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
2Nippon Seiki Co. Ltd., Japan
3Kyushu University, Japan
P-8 Controlled emission by OPC-EL multilayer devices using vanadyl phthalocyanine

Junya Suzuki1, Kohtaro Kudo2 and Atsushi Kakuta1 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 2Optosystem Co. Ltd., Japan P-9 High mobility OFET using vacuum deposited polydiacetylene film
Jun-ichi Nishide1, Takahito Oyamada1, Seiji Akiyama2, Hiroyuki Sasabe1 and Chihaya Adachi3 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 2Mitsubushi Chemical Group, Science and Technology Research Center, Inc., Japan 3Kyushu University, Japan P-10 Analysis and fabrication of microwave filter with periodic structure

Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-11 Fabrication of gratings with moir fringe

Kazunori Miura and Makoto Fukuda Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-12 Fabrication of elastic grating by the etchless process

Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-13 Application of etchless process
Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-14 High-powered solid-state dye laser

Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-15 Observation of raman scattering in GaAs photonic crystal optical waveguide
Hisaya Oda1, Kuon Inoue1, Naoki Ikeda2, Yoshimasa Sugimoto2 and Kiyoshi Asakawa3 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 2Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
P-16 Spot-size conversion effect on polysilane optical waveguide 1x N splitters

Daiki Motoyoshi1, Toshihiro Suda2, Kohei Ogura3, Hiroshi Tsushima3 and Soichi Kobayashi1 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 2Photonic Science Technology Inc., Japan
P-17 High sensitivity optical fiber vibration sensor in low frequencies region
Yuhei Matsubara1, Ken Okada1, Soichi Kobayashi1, Yusuke Fujii2 and Toshihiro Suda2 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 2Photonic Science Technology Inc., Japan
P-18 Smectic liquid crystal VOA devices
Kohsuke Hasuda1, Daisuke Sato2, Shingo Nooka3, Soichi Kobayashi1 and Atsushi Kakuta1 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 3Photonic Science Technology Inc., Japan
P-19 Self-maintaining VOA module characteristics using smectic liquid crystal s
Shingo Nooka1, Kohsuke Hasuda2, Atsushi Kakuta2 and Soichi Kobayashi2 1Photonic Science Technology Inc., Japan 2Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-20 Photonic switching characteristics of the photochromism material-doped DNA-lipid complex
Hideaki Takano, Saki Narisawa, Junichi Yoshida, Amane Watanuki, Hiroharu Ikeda and Naoya Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-21 An experimental study on changes of speckle patterns caused by vibration application onto an
optical fiber
Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-22 The effect of chirp on the generation of a fundamental soliton pulse in a photonic crystal fiber
Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-23 Characteristics of CWDM passive optical network
Kaihei Endo, Minoru Tajima and Masaaki Kawase Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-24 OTDR technologies for WDM passive optical network
Kunisato Ebie, Minoru Tajima and Masaaki Kawase Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-25 Effective bandwidth control scheme in the optical home network

Information Networking Laboratory, Graduate School of Engineering, Seikei University, Japan
Session I: Photonic Devices 14:00-15:15

14:00-14:25
Photonic devices for next generation networks
Yoshio Itaya
NTT Photonics Laboratories, Japan
14:25-14:50
Fundamentals of silicon photonic devices
B. Thomas Smith, Dazeng Feng, Hongbing Lei, Dawei Zheng, Joan Fong and Mehdi Asghari
Kotura Inc., USA

14:50-15:15
Micromechanically tunable long wavelength VCSELs
Peter meissner1, Benjamin K gel1, Hubert Halbritter1, Sandro Jatta1, Klaus Haberle1, Markus Maute2,
Gerhard B hm2, Markus-Christian Amann2, Maximilian Lackner3, Michael Schwarzott3 and Franz
Winter3
1Institut für Hochfrequenztechnik, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
2Walter Schottky Institut Technische Universität München, Germany
3Institute of Chemical Engineering, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

15:15-15:30 Coffee Break
Session II: Photonic Systems and Networks 15:30-17:10

15:30-15:55
Innovative technologies with FTTH upgrade
Makoto Tsubokawa
NTT Access Network Service System Laboratories, Japan
15:55-16:20
Multi-wavelength Ethernet passive optical network
Thomas C.-J Chae1, Thisara Jayasinghe1 and Rodney S. Tucker2
1National ICT Australia (NICTA), The University of Melbourne, Australia
2ARC Special research Center of Ultra-Broadband Information Networks, department of Electrical and
Electronic Engineering, The University of Melbourne, Australia
16:20-16:45
Next generation convergence home network
Kimio Oguchi
Information Networking laboratory, Seikei University, Japan
16:45-17:10
Optical spectrum analyzer and wavelength swept light source utilizing MEMS scanning mirrors
Takanori Saito
Anritsu Corporation , Japan

Conference Reception at Hotel Nikko Chitose 19:00-21:00
Student Award Presentation


November 28, 2006

International Conference Hall (B101), Chitose Institute of Science and Technology


Session III-a: Biophotonic(1) 9:00-10:30

9:00-9:30
Novel monochromatic x-ray generators and their applications
Eiichi Sato1, Toshiyuki Enomoto2, Akihiro Osawa2, Yoshinobu Sumiyama2, Katsuo Aizawa3, Etsuo
Tanaka4, Hidezo Mori5, Toshiaki Kawai6, Takashi Inoue7, Akira Ogawa7 and Shigehiro Sato8
1Department of Physics, Iwate Medical University, Japan
2The 3rd department of Surgery, Toho University School of Medicine, Japan
3Tokyo Medical University, Japan
4Department of Nutritional Science, Faculty of Applied Bio-science, Tokyo University of Agriculture,
Japan
5Department of Cardiac Physiology, National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute, Japan
6Hamamatsu Photonics, K.K., Japan
7Department of Neurosurgery, School of Medicine, Iwate Medical University, Japan
8Deparment of Microbiology, School of Medicine, Iwate Medical University, Japan
9:30-10:00
Fluorescence guided resection (FGR) and photodynamic therapy (PDT) for the glioma patients
in the eloquent brain areas and spinal cord using HPE and ALA
Sadao Kaneko and Takeshi Kashiwaba
Department of Neurosurgery, Kashiwaba Neurosurgical Hospital, Japan
10:00-10:30
Photodynamic effect on degeneration of vascular endothelial cells inducing platelet and leukocyte
adhesion
Haruyuki Minamitani, Hiroki Ota and Mariko Odawara
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Keio University
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break

Session III-b: Biophotonic(2) 10:45-12:15

10:30-11:00
ECG mobile monitoring and localization system
Zuxiang Fang and Dakun Lai
Department of E.E., Fudan University, China

11:00-11:30
Applications of marine DNA as Bio-materials - Environmental improvements by DNA hybrid
materials
Naoya Ogata
Ogata Research Laboratory, Ltd., Japan
11:30-12:15
Ultrafast dynamics and coherent control of DNA-azobenzene molecules - Application of latest
ultrafast laser technology
Atsushi Iwasaki1, Naoya Nakagawa1, Taro Sekikawa1, Hiroyuki Asanuma2 and Mikio Yamashita1
1Department of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan
2Department of Molecular Design and Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya
University and JST, CREST, Japan

12:15-14:00 Lunch Break

Poster Session - 2 12:15-14:00 (CIST Atrium)
Joint Session with Chitose International GP Forum

P-26 Flexible confocal nonlinear optical laser microscope system using diode-pumped Nd:YAG laser
Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-27 Optical properties of DNS-lipid complexes doped with water-soluble dyes
Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-28 Study on the laser beam penetration into living tissues

R. shirogane, H. Kajikawa, H. Sasabe and L. Li Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-29 Application of femtosecond laser for photodynamic diagnosis and therapy

H. Kajikawa, R. Shirogane, H. Sasabe and L. Li Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-30 Phototoxity effect of talaporfin in the cancer cells

S. Kimura, T. Sakaguchi, H. Sasabe and L. Li Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-31 Imaging of cellular damage by photodynamic therapy using talaporfin as a photosensitizer

Naoto Kubota, Rei Shirogane, Hiroyuki Sasabe and Liming Li Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-32 Development of NIME-glad video retrieval system

National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan
P-33 Improvement of classes in Kanazawa University by use of information communication
technology
Masahide Sato1, Tsuneo Suzuki1, Toyoji Matsumoto1, Yoshihiro Mori1 and Yusuke Horii2 1Information Media Center of Kanazawa University, Japan 2Research Center for Higher Education, Kanazawa University, Japan P-34 E-learning contents of conceptual science for undergraduates

Minoru Sato, Toshiya Minezaki and Yoshimichi Oikawa Tokai University, School of Science, Japan
P-35 Development of learning management system for blended learning

Hidenori Sugiyama1, Hiroto Yamakawa2, Yasutaka Shimizu1 and Hiroshi Komatsugawa3 1National Institute of Multimedia Education , Japan 2Information Center, Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 3Department of Photonics, Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-36 Various collaborations in a English class on e-Learning system

Kosuke Matsubara1, Miki Hanazaki2, Shihori Takano2, Naomi Usui3 and Yasushi Fuwa1 1Graduate School of Science and Technology, Shinshu University, Japan 2Faculty of Arts, Shinshu University, Japan 3Faculty of Economics, Shinshu University, Japan
P-37 A collaborative approach to ESP teaching on CEAS

Kiyomi Okamoto1, Hiroshige Dan2, Eiichi Yamamoto3 and Masahiko Fuyuki2 1Graduate School of Foreign language Education and research, Kansai University, Japan 2Faculty of Engineering, Kansai University, Japan 3Institute of foreign language education and research, Kansai University, Japan
P-38 A case study of blended learning for specialized course science and technology

Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-39 A design of educational system using an "Anoto-style" digital pen
Yukiya Kawanishi and Hiroshi Komatsugawa Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-40 The experimental development of community-based learning system for integrated study

Masakazu Kobayashi1, Hiroshi Komatsugawa1 and Yasuhiko Sugiyama2 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan 2Business Incubation Division, Hitachi Ltd., Japan
P-41 Experimented development of collaborative learning support system

Yasuhisa Noboriguchi1, Teruaki Nakajima2 and Hiroshi Komatsugawa1 1Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-42 Ontology-based learning system for science and technology

Satoru Sunahara, Masanori Tomcod and Hiroshi Komatsugawa Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-43 Experimental development of adaptive agent-based learning system

Haruki Ueno, Keiichi Shoji and Hiroshi Komatsugawa Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-44 The correlation between student's grades and access to e-learning contents for Java
programming
Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
P-45 Java editor: An effective integrated environment for Java novices

Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan P-46 Development of WWW search system for building the participatory database

1Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan 2Faculty of Environmental Information, Keio University, Japan
Session IV-a: Information Systems and Media Technologies (1) 14:00-15:30
Joint Session with Chitose International GP Forum

14:00-14:30
Standards, services, models, & frameworks: Trends in ICT infrastructure for education &
research
Jon Mason
education.au limited, Australia

14:30-15:00
The organizational knowledge management system for e-learning practice in universities
Toshio Okamoto
the Graduate School of Information Systems, University of Electro-Communications Tokyo, Japan
Sharing and reuse of learning objects through NIME-gateway of learning for ability
development
Yasutaka Shimizu
National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan
15:30-15:40 Coffee Break

Session IV-b: Information Systems and Media Technologies (2) 15:40-17:20

Joint Session with Chitose International GP Forum
Development of an interaction support system for e-Learning
Takashi Yukawa and Yoshimi Fukumura
Nagoya University of Technology, Japan
16:00-16:20
Web-based coordinated education activation system (CEAS) and education quality improvement
Masahiko Fuyuki1, Yasuhiko Arai1, Michiyuki Hirokane2, Ryoichi Tsuchihasi3 and Hitoshi Sugimoto3
1Fuculty of Engineering, Kansai University, Japan 2Faculty of Informatics, kunai University, Japan 3Center for Academic Affairs, Kansai University, Japan 16:20-16:40 Development of authoring support system of contents for reusing
Kiyoshi Yonemitsu, Takuya Umezaki, Toshihiko Fujii and Shigeru Hoyashita
Saga University, Japan
16:40-17:00
The production of e-Learning programs focusing on the features of a community
Yoshihiro Ehara, Kiyoshi Yonemitsu, Toshio Fujii, Takuya Umezaki, Mitchell Zonia and Shigeru
Hoyashita
Saga University, Japan
17:00-17:20
Research of multimedia teaching materials and a multilingual knowledge management system
Nobuyuki Ogawa
Department of Fundamental Science, Gifu University, Japan
17:20-17:30 Student Award Presentation

Closing Remarks

Source: http://www.chitose.ac.jp/forum/cif7/pdf/cif7_program.pdf

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