Nano-Micro Conference 2017

Conference Schedule
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Monday, June 19 2017

 
  • 2:00 pm > 6:00 pm
    On-Site Registration

 Tuesday Morning, June 20 2017
 
  • Room A
    Session A1: Terahertz Technology
    Chair: Toshiaki Hattori
  • 8:00 am > 8:25 am
    Naofumi Shimizu
    NTT Device Technology Labs, Japan
    Active imaging with incoherent sub-terahertz radiation in smoky environments
  • 8:25 am > 8:50 am
    Renhao Fan
    Nanjing University, China
    Manipulate the terahertz waves using metallic gratings
  • 8:50 am > 9:10 am
    Hirokazu Yamakura
    Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
    Modeling and Analysis of bow-tie antenna integrated resonant-tunneling-diode relaxation oscillators for wireless radio applications
  • 9:10 am > 9:35 am
    Kazuo Kadowaki
    University of Tsukuba, Japan
    Coherent and Continuous Terahertz Emitters from High-Tc Superconductor Mesa structures
  • 9:35 am > 10:00 am
    Sung-Min Hong
    Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
    Transient Device Simulation Using Deterministic Boltzmann Equation Solvers
  • 10:00 am > 10:20 am
    Coffee Break
  • Room A
    Session A2: Terahertz Technology
    Chair: Kazuo Kadowaki
  • 10:20 am > 10:45 am
    Hua Li
    Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, CAS, China
    Terahertz semiconductor devices for photonic applications
  • 10:45 am > 11:10 am
    Ruwen Peng
    Nanjing University, China
    Making structured metals transparent for broadband electromagnetic waves
  • 11:10 am > 11:35 am
    Shin'ichiro Hayashi
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
    Terahertz-wave parametric wavelength conversion at room temperature
  • 11:35 am > 12:00 pm
    Wenxin Liu
    Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Development of Small Size Terahertz Vacuum Sources in IECAS
  • 12:00 pm > 12:25 pm
    Lin Wang
    Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, CAS, China
    Recent Progress of Terahertz Detection Based on Two-dimensional Materials
  • 12:25 pm > 2:00 pm
    Lunch Break
 
  • Room B
    Session B1: Synthesis and Application of
    Transition-metal Dichalcogenides
    Chair: Yanfeng Zhang
  • 8:00 am > 8:25 am
    Yumeng Shi
    Shenzhen University, China
    Epitaxial Growth of Two-Dimensional Layered Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides and Heterostructures for 2D-Electronics
  • 8:25 am > 8:50 am
    Yoshihiro Shimazu
    Yokohama National University, Japan
    Hysteresis of Transfer Characteristics in Field-Effect Transistors with a Molybdenum Disulfide Channel
  • 8:50 am > 9:15 am
    Katsuhisa Taguchi
    Nagoya University, Japan
    Valley Edelstein Effect in Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
  • 9:15 am > 9:40 am
    Toshihiro Shimada
    Hokkaido University, Japan
    Growth of TMDC Nanostructures by Chemical Vapor Deposition
  • 9:40 am > 10:05 am
    Yanfeng Zhang
    Peking University, China
    Electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution reaction of MX2 and MX2 heterostructures
  • 10:05 am > 10:20 am
    Coffee Break
  • Room B
    Session B2: Silicon for Energy Storage
    Chair: Ho Seok Park
  • 10:20 am > 10:45 am
    Jim P. Zheng
    Florida State University, USA
    Prelithiated Si nanoparticles-carbon nanotubes composite anodes for Li-ion batteries
  • 10:45 am > 11:10 am
    Zhidan Zeng
    Center for High Pressure Science and Technology Advanced Research (HPSTAR), China
    Investigating structure and stress evolution in Si anode using in situ high pressure technique and Raman microscopy
  • 11:10 am > 11:35 am
    Chuanbo Li
    Institute of Semiconductors, CAS, China
    Silicon-based anode materials for high capacity lithium ion batteries
  • 11:35 am > 12:00 pm
    Qiquan Qiao
    South Dakota State University, USA
    Efficient Solar-Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Energy Storage
  • 12:00 pm > 2:00 pm
    Lunch Break
 Tuesday Afternoon, June 20 2017
 
  • Room A
    Session A3: Terahertz Technology
    Chair: Atsushi Kanno
  • 2:00 pm > 2:25 pm
    Minoru Fujishima
    Hiroshima University, Japan
    300GHz wireless link with a CMOS tranceiver
  • 2:25 pm > 2:50 pm
    Xiaoli Ji
    Nanjing University, China
    Surface plasmon enhanced sub-Thz CMOS detector array
  • 2:50 pm > 3:15 pm
    Yaxin Zhang
    University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
    Fast THz Modulator based on the stagger-netlike GaN HEMT active metamaterial
  • 3:15 pm > 3:40 pm
    Yongjun Huang
    University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
    Photonic crystal cavity optomechanics for the applications of low phase noise frequency source and high-performance sensing
  • 3:40 pm > 4:00 pm
    Coffee Break
  • Room A
    Session A4: Terahertz Technology
    Chair: Minoru Fujishima
  • 4:00 pm > 4:25 pm
    Toshiaki Hattori
    University of Tsukuba, Japan
    Hydration of various solutions observed by terahertz spectroscopy
  • 4:25 pm > 4:50 pm
    Chong Han
    Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Ultra-broadband Wireless Communications in the 0.1-10 Terahertz Band
  • 4:50 pm > 5:15 pm
    Atsushi Kanno
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
    Recent activities in the terahertz technology on communications and imaging
  • 5:15 pm > 5:40 pm
    Xin-Wei Yao
    Zhejiang University of Technology, China
    Fundamentals of Terahertz Communication in Nanonetworks
  • 5:40 pm > 6:05 pm
    Yaxian Fan
    Harbin Engineering University, China
    THz waveguide filters based on the periodic structures
  • 7:00 pm > 10:00 pm
    Conference Banquet
 
  • Room B
    Session B3: Nanotechnology for Solar Energy
    Collection and Conversion
    Chair: Jyh-Chiang Jiang
  • 2:00 pm > 2:25 pm
    Bin Wang
    Institute of Chemical Materials(ICM), CAS, China
    High performances flexible energy storage devices
  • 2:25 pm > 2:50 pm
    Guang Li
    Donghua University, China
    Porous carbon fibers for electromegnetic wave absorption
  • 2:50 pm > 3:15 pm
    Ho Seok Park
    Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
    High Temperature Flexible Supercapacitors Using Graphene Electrodes
  • 3:15 pm > 3:40 pm
    Zhenhai Xia
    University of North Texas, USA
    Rational design of Novel Carbon Catalysts for Clean Energy Conversion and Storage
  • 3:40 pm > 4:00 pm
    Coffee Break
  • Room B
    Session B4: Graphene for Energy Storage
    Chair: Zhenhai Xia
  • 4:00 pm > 4:25 pm
    Zhaoyang Fan
    Texas Tech University, USA
    Kilohertz supercapacitors based on graphene and carbon fiber for AC filtering and energy harvesting
  • 4:25 pm > 4:50 pm
    Guochang Chen
    Anhui University of Technology, China
    Composite AgBr colloidal spheres/g-C3N4 nanosheets: An effective LED-irradiation photocatalyst
  • 4:50 pm > 5:15 pm
    Jinguang Cai
    Institute of Materials, China Academy of Engineering Physics, China
    Laser direct writing of high-performance micro-supercapacitors on graphene oxide and polymer films
  • 5:15 pm > 5:40 pm
    Jyh-Chiang Jiang
    National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
    How to improve the hydrogen storage of graphene based systems?
  • 5:40 pm > 6:05 pm
    Yong Soo Cho
    Yonsei University, Korea
    High Efficiency Double Absorber PbS-Based Heterojunction Solar Cells by Enhanced Charge Collection using a ZnO Nanorod Array
  • 7:00 pm > 10:00 pm
    Conference Banquet
 Wednesday Morning, June 21 2017
 
  • Room A
    Session A5: Topological Insulator
    Chair: Kang L. Wang
  • 8:00 am > 8:25 am
    Koji Miyamoto
    Hiroshima University, Japan
    Spin texture of flatten Dirac-cone surface state on W(110)
  • 8:25 am > 8:50 am
    Xiao-Xiao Zhang
    The University of Tokyo, Japan
    Chiral modes of topological semimetals under magnetic field
  • 8:50 am > 9:15 am
    Weimin Chen
    Linköping University, Sweden
    Spin texture and spin injection in a 3D topological insulator
  • 9:15 am > 9:40 am
    Liangzhi Kou
    Queensland University of Technology, Australia
    Two dimensional topological insulators: progress and prospects
  • 9:40 am > 10:05 am
    Fan Yang
    University of Cologne, Germany
    Charge-current induced spin polarization in BiSbTeSe2 topological insulators
  • 10:05 am > 10:20 am
    Coffee Break
  • Room A
    Session A6: Topological Insulator
    Chair: Weimin Chen
  • 10:20 am > 10:45 am
    Feng Liu
    Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
    Novel Topological Phase with a Zero Berry Curvature
  • 10:45 am > 11:10 am
    Bo Guo
    Harbin Engineering University, China
    2D materials-assisted fiber device as a novel nonlinear optical platform for multiwavelength ultrafast photonics
  • 11:10 am > 11:35 am
    Yanchao Li
    University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Quantum phase transitions and order parameters of a topological insulator
  • 11:35 am > 12:00 pm
    Akari Takayama
    University of Tokyo, Japan
    One-dimensional edge states with spin splitting in bismuth
  • 12:00 pm > 12:25 pm
    Kang L. Wang
    University of California Los Angeles, USA
    Magnetic Topological Insulators and Their Heterostructures
  • 12:25 pm > 2:00 pm
    Lunch Break
 
  • Room B
    Session B5: Nanostructured Photocatalysts
    and Their Applications
    Chair: Weining Wang
  • 8:00 am > 8:25 am
    Kimiyasu Shiraki
    University of Toyama, Japan
    Photocatalytic elimination of organic chemicals and aerosol-associated influenza virus infectivity in the air
  • 8:25 am > 8:50 am
    Swee-Yong Pung
    University of Science, Malaysia
    Highly effective ZnO based nanoparticles in organic dyes removal
  • 8:50 am > 9:15 am
    Chiaki Terashima
    Tokyo University of Science, Japan
    Nanostructured TiO2 with oxygen vacancies for the decomposition of organics
  • 9:15 am > 9:40 am
    Rui Zhang
    Shanghai Institute of Technology, China
    TiO2-C hybrid aerogel photocatalysts for methylene blue degradation
  • 9:40 am > 10:05 am
    Qizhao Wang
    Northwest Normal University, China
    Highly efficient visible-light-driven BiVO4-based semiconductor photocatalysts
  • 10:05 am > 10:20 am
    Coffee Break
  • Room B
    Session B6: Nanostructured Photocatalysts
    and Their Applications
    Chair: Kimiyasu Shiraki
  • 10:20 am > 10:45 am
    Kentaro Teramura
    Kyoto Univerisity, Japan
    Highly Concentrated CO Evolution for Photocatalytic Conversion of CO2 by H2O as an Electron Donor
  • 10:45 am > 11:10 am
    Yunxiang Pan
    Hefei University of Technology, China
    Nanostructured photocatalysts for the photocatalytic reduction of CO2
  • 11:10 am > 11:35 am
    Kazuhiko Maeda
    Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    New Heterogeneous Photocatalysts Designed for Water Oxidation and CO2 Reduction
  • 11:35 am > 12:00 pm
    Weining Wang
    Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
    Facile Development of Nanostructured Photocatalysts for CO2 Capture and Conversion
  • 12:00 pm > 2:00 pm
    Lunch Break
 Wednesday Afternoon, June 21 2017
 
  • Room A
    Session A7: Nanotechnology for
    Solar Energy Collection and Conversion
    Chair: Yutaka Takaguchi
  • 2:00 pm > 2:25 pm
    Bao-Ping Zhang
    Xiamen University, China
    Green semiconductor vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers based on quantum dots
  • 2:25 pm > 2:50 pm
    Chaoyang Li
    Kochi University of Technology, Japan
    Titanium Dioxide Films with Pure Anatase Phase Synthesized by Mist Chemical Vapour Deposition
  • 2:50 pm > 3:15 pm
    Feng Cao
    Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School, China
    Tuning solar absortance and reflection of high-temperatue solar spectrally selective surfaces
  • 3:15 pm > 3:40 pm
    Qiang Li
    Zhejiang University, China
    Broadband Optical Absorption Based on Plasmonic Nanostructures
  • 3:40 pm > 4:00 pm
    Coffee Break
  • Room A
    Session A8: General
    Chair: Chaoyang Li
  • 4:00 pm > 4:25 pm
    Yan Zhang
    Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, China
    Unsteady flow and heat transfer of MHD nano-liquid thin film over a stretching sheet under thermocapillarity effect
  • 4:25 pm > 4:50 pm
    Cheng Wang
    Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA
    Focusing and Separating Diamagnetic Microparticles with Multiphase Ferrofluids
  • 4:50 pm > 5:15 pm
    Changlong Chen
    Jinan University, China
    Semiconductor materials with open nanostructures for solar light-driven water splitting
  • 5:15 pm > 5:40 pm
    Yutaka Takaguchi
    Okayama University, Japan
    H2-evolving SWCNT Photocatalysts for Effective Use of Solar Energy
  • 5:40 pm > 6:05 pm
    Liqiang Mai
    Wuhan University of Technology, China
    One-Dimensional Nanomaterials for Energy Storage
    THz radiation based on fiber-integrated photo-conductive antennas and mode-locked Yb-doped fiber laser
  • 6:30 pm > 10:00 pm
    Get-together Dinner
 
  • Room B
    Session B7: Nanostructured Photocatalysts
    and Their Applications
    Chair: Giuseppina CERRATO
  • 2:00 pm > 2:25 pm
    Meicheng Li
    North China Electric Power University, China
    Low Dimensional Materials Used for Lithium / Sodium ion Battery Anode
  • 2:25 pm > 2:50 pm
    Ying Zhou
    Southwest Petroleum University, China
    Noble-metal free Metal sulphides as highly efficient visible light driven photocatalysts for H2 production from H2S
  • 2:50 pm > 3:15 pm
    Hyunwoong Park
    Kyungpook National University, Korea
    Photoelectrocatalytic Production of Solar Fuels from Water and CO2
  • 3:15 pm > 3:40 pm
    Yi Dan
    Sichuan University, China
    Significant photocatalytic enhancement via strengthening interface with TiO2 by carboxyl-functionalized conjugated polymers
  • 3:40 pm > 4:00 pm
    Coffee Break
  • Room B
    Session B8: Nanostructured Photocatalysts
    and Their Applications
    Chair: Dan Yi
  • 4:00 pm > 4:25 pm
    Giuseppina Cerrato
    University of Torino, Italy
    Ag nano-doping onto microsized TiO2: a challange for enhancing the photocatalytic abatement of air pollution under visible light
  • 4:25 pm > 4:50 pm
    Jinzhang Liu
    Beihang University, China
    Functionalized graphene with both physical and chemical adsorptions of charges for high-performance supercapacitors
  • 4:50 pm > 5:15 pm
    Donald K. Roper
    University of Arkansas, USA
    Enhanced Catalysis by Optical Nanoantenna Reduced on Transition Metal Dichalcogenide
  • 5:15 pm > 5:40 pm
    Junguang Tao
    Hebei University of Technology, China
    Synergistic effect of MoS2/TiO2 heterostructures with enhanced photo- and electro-catalytic performance
  • 6:30 pm > 10:00 pm
    Get-together Dinner
Thursday Morning, June 22 2017
 
  • Room A
    Session A9: Terahertz Technology
    Chair: Genquan Han
  • 8:00 am > 8:25 am
    Hongjun Liu
    Xi’an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, CAS, China
    Terahertz filter and demultiplexer with photonic crystal waveguide
  • 8:25 am > 8:50 am
    Min Yong Jeon
    Chungnam National University, Korea
    THz radiation based on fiber-integrated photo-conductive antennas and mode-locked Yb-doped fiber laser
  • 8:50 am > 9:15 am
    XiaoYu Peng
    Chongqing Institute of Green and Intelligent Technology, CAS, China
    Generation and Detection of Terahertz Radiation from Laser-Plasmas
  • 9:15 am > 9:40 am
    Mei Zhu
    Taishan University, China
    The fascinating split-ring-resonators: progress in design, fabrication and applications of terahertz metamaterials
  • 9:40 am > 10:05 am
    Longfang Ye
    Xiamen University, China
    Broadband terahertz absorber based on sinusoidally-patterned graphene
  • 10:05 am > 10:20 am
    Coffee Break
  • Room A
    Session A10: Terahertz Technology
    Chair: Xiaoyu Peng
  • 10:20 am > 10:45 am
    Genquan Han
    Xidian University, China
    Engineering rainbow trapping and releasing in ultrathin THz plasmonic graded metallic grating strip with thermo-optic material
  • 10:45 am > 11:10 am
    Jun Zhou
    University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
    Micro-fabricated L-shape metasurface terahertz biosensor
  • 11:10 am > 11:35 am
    Yohei Sakasegawa
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
    Intensity and spectral changes in terahertz quantum cascade lasers induced by the injection of near-infrared optical pulses
  • 11:35 am > 12:00 pm
    Xinlong Xu
    Northwest University, China
    THz surface/Interface Emission spectroscopy and applications
  • 12:00 pm > 2:00 pm
    Lunch Break
 
  • Room B
    Session B9: Nanostructured Photocatalysts
    and Their Applications
    Chair: Yongchun Zhao
  • 8:00 am > 8:25 am
    Zhiguo Yi
    Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Nano Photocatalytic Materials Design Toward Small Molecular Hydrocarbons Oxidation
  • 8:25 am > 8:50 am
    Meng Nan Chong
    Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia
    Ternary Nanostructured Photocatalysts for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting
  • 8:50 am > 9:15 am
    Heqing Tang
    South-Central University for Nationalities, China
    Photocatalytic Degradation of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers on TiO2-based composites
  • 9:15 am > 9:40 am
    Hao Wang
    Hubei University, China
    One-dimensional nanoarrays for solar cells
  • 9:40 am > 10:05 am
    Wenxia Liu
    Qilu University of Technology, China
    Full-spectrum photocatalysts with Near-infrared activity
  • 10:05 am > 10:20 am
    Coffee Break
  • Room B
    Session B10: Nanostructured Photocatalysts
    and Their Applications
    Chair: Heqing Tang
  • 10:20 am > 10:45 am
    Thang Duy Dao
    National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
    Nanowire-plasmonic photocatalysts and thermal emitters
  • 10:45 am > 11:10 am
    Ying-Hao Eddie Chu
    National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
    Van der Waals Oxide Heteroepitaxy for Transparent and Flexible Electronics
  • 11:10 am > 11:35 am
    Peng Zhai
    Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
    N-doped graphene as highly-catalytic counter electrode in Dye-sensitized Solar Cells (DSSCs)
  • 11:35 am > 12:00 pm
    Yongchun Zhao
    Huazhong university of Science and Technology, China
    CO2 photocatalytic reduction using TiO2 nanocrystals with coexposed {001} and {101} facets
  • 12:00 pm > 2:00 pm
    Lunch Break
Thursday Afternoon, June 22 2017
 
  • Room A
    Session A11: Porous Carbon Materials
    Chair: Zhangxiong Wu
  • 2:00 pm > 2:25 pm
    Yingke Zhou
    Wuhan University of Science and Technology, China
    Design and electrochemical performance of nano-micro structured porous materials
  • 2:25 pm > 2:50 pm
    Guang Feng
    Huazhong university of Science and Technology, China
    Molecular Insights into Electrical Double Layers in Graphene-Based Supercapacitors
  • 2:50 pm > 3:15 pm
    Teng Ben
    Jilin University, China
    Micropore Engineering of Porous Carbon
  • 3:15 pm > 3:40 pm
    Yunfeng Zhao
    Tianjin University of Technology, China
    Porous Carbons and Polymers for Gas Mixture
  • 3:40 pm > 4:00 pm
    Coffee Break
  • Room A
    Session 12: General
    Chair: Teng Ben
  • 4:00 pm > 4:25 pm
    Zhangxiong Wu
    Soochow University, China
    Controllable Synthesis of N-Doped and Dually Doped Mesoporous Carbons for Adsorption and Catalysis Applications
  • 4:25 pm > 4:50 pm
    Yujie Feng
    Harbin Institute of Technology, China
    Accelerating the extracellular electron transfer of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 by decorating cytochromes with carbon quantum dots and MWNTs
  • 4:50 pm > 5:15 pm
    Yijin Zhang
    Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research, Germany
    Application of transition-metal dichalcogenides beyond general electronics
  • 5:15 pm > 6:00 pm
    Poster Session
  • 6:30 pm > 9:00 pm
    Get-together Dinner
 
  • Room B
    Session B11: Nanotechnology for
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Chair: Renhua Wu
  • 2:00 pm > 2:25 pm
    Nengqin Jia
    Shanghai Normal University, China
    Albumin-mediated Gold/Platinum Nanocomposites for Dual Mode CT/MR Imaging Applications
  • 2:25 pm > 2:50 pm
    Chichong Lu
    Beijing Technology and Business University, China
    Manganese oxide-embedded iron oxide nanoparticles: An enhanced T1-T2 dual-modal contrast agent
  • 2:50 pm > 3:15 pm
    Qun Zhao
    The University of Georgia, USA
    Tracking of stem cells with Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • 3:15 pm > 3:40 pm
    Rong Chen
    Huazhong university of Science and Technology, China
    Surface passivation of magnetic nanoparticles via atomic layer deposition
  • 3:40 pm > 4:00 pm
    Coffee Break
  • Room B
    Session B12: Nanotechnology for
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Chair: Qun Zhao
  • 4:00 pm > 4:25 pm
    Bingbo Zhang
    Tongji University, China
    Proteins promote cancer nanotheranostics
  • 4:25 pm > 4:50 pm
    Renhua Wu
    Shantou University Medical College, China
    Nanoparticles in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • 4:50 pm > 6:00 pm
    Poster Session
  • 6:30 pm > 9:00 pm
    Get-together Dinner

 
  • 8:00 am > 9:00 am
    Poster Session
  • Xiangfei Wei
    West Anhui University, China
    Two color optical absorption in InAs/AlSb/GaSb quantum well
  • Yi Zhao
    Beihang University, China
    Enhanced electrochemical energy storage of N-doped graphene by adsorbing molecules of hydrolysized polyimide
  • Lu Sun
    Beihang University, China
    Gram-scale production of nanoporous graphene by Mg-thermoreduction of CS2 for electrochemical energy storage
  • Lin Sun
    Donghua University, China
    Novel Self-powered UV-Visible Photodetector with Fast Response and High Photosensitivity Employing Fe:TiO2/n-Si Heterojunction
  • Min Hong
    Peking University, China
    Quasi-Freestanding Monolayer Striped WS2 with an Invariable Band Gap on Au(001)
  • Xiaoshan Zhang
    Guangxi University, China
    Continuous and high-efficient synthesis of graphene oxide based on modified hummers method
  • Tianjiao Huang
    Guangxi University, China
    TBD
  • Tielin Lu
    Instrumentation Technology
    Recent research in the continuous terahertz wave on nondestructive detection of carbon fibre composite

Friday, June 23 2017

 
  • 9:00 am > 10:00 am
    Award Winners Announcement
  • 10:00 am > 12:00 pm
    Shanghai Natural History Museum tourism
  • 12:00 pm > 1:30 pm
    Lunch Break
  • 1:30 pm > 5:00 pm
    Shanghai Excursion(Chinese Culture, City God Temple of Shanghai)

*Invited Speakers are listed in Time, Talk Title, Name, Affiliation and Country/Region