The largest annual event in
the field of advanced materials
and energy solutions
What is NAUM all about?

The Nanoaugmented Materials Industry Summit is an annual event in the nanoaugmented materials industry. The Summit was born as a result of advanced materials manufacturers and experts wanting to get together to share their specialist knowledge to develop the technology.

Another essential NAUM’19 topic is the auto industry, which is currently undergoing a technology revolution in terms of power sources and materials that is driving dramatic changes in other related industries.

Join us in Kyoto and find out what the future will be made of!

40+
Speakers
150+
Nanoaugmented
materials & products
78%
Senior
Management
500+
Attendees
Preliminary PROGRAM
Program

KYOTO INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE CENTER

422 Iwakura Osagicho, Sakyo
Ward, Kyoto, Japan

Tuesday,
5 November
08:00–09:00

Participant registration, welcome coffee

09.00–09.15

Summit opening ceremony

09.15–12.00
Plenary sessions and panel discussions:
  • Power Sources
  • High-end Materials
  • Transportation
  • CARS 4.0
12.00–13.00

Nanoaugmented products exhibition, CARS 4.0

13.00–14.00

Lunch, networking

14.00–18.00

Plenary sessions and panel discussions:

  • Construction and Infrastructure
  • Nanomaterials: Diversity and Common perspective

  • Sensors and Textiles

  • CNT: Global Perspective


18.00–21.00

Open-air event in a traditional Japanese garden

Wednesday,
6 November
09.00–10.00

Participant registration, welcome coffee

10.00–13.00
Round table discussions:
  • Batteries
  • Elastomers
  • Thermoplastics, Thermosets & Coatings

13.00–14.00

Lunch, networking

14.00–15.30

Plenary session

15.30–16.00

Coffee break, networking

16.00–17.30

Plenary session

17.30–18.00

Industry Awards

Summit closing ceremony

18.00

Gala dinner

Thursday,
7 November
09.00–18.00

Meeting rooms are available all day. Advance reservation is required.

Our speakers
Dr Jian Lin
Vice President
Shenzhen BAK Power Battery Co, Ltd.
Anton Shaporin
Director of Innovation
BT SVAP
Bruna Calza
Global Product Manager
LANXESS Deutschland GmbH, BU Rhein Chemie
Choi Choon-Gi
Principal Researcher/ Professor
ETRI
Dr Alexander Bezrodny
Vice President. Research & Development
OCSiAl Group
Dr DeChun Fu
Managing Director, BYK Greater China
BYK Additives (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Dr Diego A. Santamaría Razo
Director of Innovation Centre
CRH
Dr Martin Wildemann
Research Scientist
Lehmann & Voss & Co
Dr Mikhail Predtechenskiy
Head of R&D
OCSiAl Group
Dr Morinobu Endo
Distinguished Professor
Shinshu University, Institute of Carbon Science and Technology
Dr Naum Naveh
Faculty Member
Shenkar Engineering College
Dr Noa Lachman-Senesh
Professor
Tel Aviv University
Ekaterina Gorbunova
Vice President. Elastomers
OCSiAl Group
Evelien Frijns
Researcher and Coordinator, Nanosafety Testing of Products
VITO
Guoping Meng
Lab Head
BYK Additives (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Hansang Kwon
CEO
Next Generation Materials Co., Ltd.
Ivica Kolaric
Head of Department
Fraunhofer IPA
Jim Chin I Lin
General Manager
Zhongshan A&E Machinery Industry Co. Ltd.
Jonathan Antebi
Business Development Manager
NEMO NANO-MATERIALS Ltd.
Kaisheng Duan
Senior Marketing Manager
Elkem Silicone
Lisheng Zhang
CEO
DT New Materials
Loyes Zhi
Managing Director of Commercial
OCSiAl China
Luca De Rai
R&D Energy Director
Prysmian Group
Masanori Hasegawa
Sales Manager
Nagase ChemteX Corporation
Matteo Pasquali
Professor and Chair of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Rice University
Nobuhiro Shinka
Department Manager
DAIKIN Industries, Ltd.
Ping Cai Lu
President
Jiangsu Bi-gold New Materials Stock
Scott Donne
Professor of Chemistry
University of Newcastle
Stefan Fenske
Head of Business Development & Technology Management
Shanghai KraussMaffei Machinery Co., Ltd.
Takeyuki Inohiza
Manager
Kusumoto Chemicals Ltd.
Tatiana Nurmukhametova
Deputy Director for Quality
Unikom-Service, LLC
Vladamir Kravchenko
Project Manager
OCSiAl Group
Zhihuai Hu
Rubber Engineer
Orient Energy & Technology Co., Ltd.
Location
Kyoto International Conference Center

The Kyoto ICC is a place of historical significance. It was here that the task of reducing global CO2 emissions was first outlined and formalized in the Kyoto Protocol on December 11, 1997.

The choice of this venue for NAUM’19 is symbolic: today the use of graphene nanotube-based materials and products is one of the most effective ways to reduce global energy consumption.

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