Poster Presentation Awards, 9th Japanese-Russian WS 2015

Four graduate students were awarded the Poster Presentation Awards at the 9th Japanese-Russian Internation Workshop, Awaji Island, November 8-11, 2015. In addition, a special award from International Committee went to Ms. Asuka Endo, Kindai University.

Poster Awards
Mr. Naoko Amaya, Osaka Prefecture University
Mr. Satoshi Nishino, Kyushu University
Mr. Takuma Tahara, Osaka City University
Mr. Satoru Yamamoto, Osaka City University

Special Award
Ms. Asuka Endo, Kindai University

A conference photo uploaded





Nov. 8 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 11
Morning Session Morning Session Checkout and Conference
Excursion to Himeji Castle
(a World Heritage site)
and Japanese Gardens
Lunch & Photo Session Lunch
Registration Afternoon Session Afternoon Session
EVE Welcome Reception
Flash Presentations
Invited Talks
Poster Session
Conference Banquet


Scientific program released

A scientific program was released.

Domestic speakers

Daishi Fujita, The University of Tokyo
Yuko Hosokoshi, Osaka Prefecture University
Elham Hosseini, Osaka City University
Tadaaki Ikoma, Niigata University
Katsuya Inoue, Hiroshima University Canceled
Katsuichi Kanemoto, Osaka City University
Yasutaka Kitagawa, Osaka University
Yasuhiro Kobori, Kobe University
Masatoshi Kozaki, Osaka City University
Kseniya Maryunina, Hiroshima University
Youhei Miura, Keio University
Keiji Okada, Osaka City University
Osamu Sato, Kyushu University
Kenji Sugisaki, Osaka City University
Yusa Takemoto, Kyoto University
Daisuke Tanaka, Kwansei Gakuin University
Masahiro Yamashita, Tohoku University
Yasuhiko Yukawa, Niigata University
Tomonari Wakabayashi, Kindai University

Speakers from overseas except Russia

Lahcene Ouahab, CNRS-Universite de Rennes1, France
Martin T. Lemaire, Brock University, Canada
Pritam Mukhopadhyay, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
Floriana Tuna, The University of Manchester, UK
Hideto Matsuoka, University of Bonn, Germany


The online room reservations are now available.

Please make room reservations from the following website of the JTB Western Japan.

Western-style, single- or twin-use (or triple-use) bedroom accommodations at a conference rate, with breakfast included, have been reserved in the Westin Awaji Island Hotel, adjoined and connected to the conference center. The Westin Awaji Island Hotel is a full-service facility at the seaside.
Tel: +81-(0)799-74-1111
Fax: +81-(0)799-74-1100

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Speakers from Russia

Natalia Artiukhova, ITC SB RAS
Mikhail Bubnov, IOMC RAS
Nikolay Efimov, IGIC RAS
Matvey Fedin, ITC SB RAS
Natalya V. Gogoleva, IGIC RAS
Konstantin L. Ivanov, ITC SB RAS
Mikhail Kiskin, IGIC RAS
Viacheslav Kuropatov, IOMC RAS
Dmitriy Mazhukin, NIOCh RAS
Stanislav Nikolaevskii, IGIC RAS
Valentin Novikov, INEOS RAS
Vladimir Novotortsev, IGIC RAS
Victor Ovcharenko, ITC SB RAS
Marina Petrova, ITC SB RAS
Alexander V. Piskunov, IOMC RAS
Andrei I. Poddelskii, IOMC RAS
Natalia A. Protasenko, IOMC RAS
Galina Romanenko, ITC SB RAS
Alena Sheveleva, ITC SB RAS
Alyona Starikova, IPOC SFU RAS
Sergey L. Veber, ITC SB RAS
Hans-Martin Vieth, ITC SB RAS and FU Berlin
Alexandra V. Yurkovskaya, ITC SB RAS

Aim and Scope

The aim of the Workshop is to provide a basically bilateral but international/global forum for discussions of interdisciplinary issues on open shell compounds and molecular spin science/technology among chemists, physicists, biologists and materials scientists. Particularly, the Workshop will focus on syntheses of novel open shell compounds, recent/exotic applications, and quests for novel functionalities of open shell systems as diverse as possible; organic and inorganic chemistry, physics, biological science, materials and polymer science/engineering. Theoretical approaches to spin science/technology and spin-based quantum cybernetics also will be encouraged.

A preliminary announcement

You are cordially invited to the 9th Japanese-Russian Workshop on “Open Shell Compounds and Molecular Spin Devices,” November 8-11, 2015, Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center, Awaji Island, Japan.