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TCT Conference Stage[East hall 3]

Jan. 27, 2022 (Thu.)

TCT Japan Conference Day 2 ADOPTION - APPLICATIONS

【Organizer】JTB Communication Design / Rapid News Publications
【Time】10:30-13:30 Pre-Registration required Free

Cooperation:Japan 3D Printing industrial Technology Association

The TCT Conference delivers deep technical know-how and inspirational application studies across the spectrum of Additive Manufacturing and 3D technologies.
Speakers from JAPAN, Europe and USA will deliver a truly global perspective ensuring your time out of the workplace will be of maximum value.

Day 1:【10:30-15:30, 26th Jan.】
             EVALUATION - AM:GLOBAL INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND BUSINESS CONSIDERATIONS
Day 2:【10:30-13:00, 27th Jan.】
             ADOPTION -  APPLICATIONS

Day 3:【10:30-16:00, 28th Jan.】 OPTIMIZATION - BREAKTHROUGHS AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES
 
Construction of a decentralized medical device development platform utilizing AM technology
12:00-12:30
Venue: TCT Conference Stage[East hall 3]

Dr. Tomohiko Kisaka

Hiroshima University

Division of Biodesign, Department of Academia-Government-Industry Collaboration

Associate Professor / Division Chair

Dr. Tomohiko Kisaka

【Profile】

Social Activities:
Fellowship Director, Hiroshima Biodesign
Adjunct Faculty, Center for Biomedical Eng. (CBME), Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD)
Adjunct Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo

Major Professional Backgrounds:
2017-18 All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, School of International Biodesign (SiB), iFellow

Educational Backgrounds:
1995-2002 Hiroshima University, Faculty of Medicine, Japan
2009-13 Hiroshima University Graduate School of Biomedical & Health Sciences, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine
2013-16 Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Respiratory & Critical Care Physiology & Medicine, UCLA


【Abstract】

Hiroshima University has developed Biodesign program in collaboration with Government of India as part of Prefectural medical-related industry cluster formation. In US and India, they have raised the solutions of "Silicon Valley type value chain" and "emerging country type innovation driven by lean startup", respectively. Based on learning from India Biodesign, we aim to realize frugal innovation by taking technological advantage and reliability of Japan in developing medical devices at affordable price. COVID-19 pandemic required medical resource optimization. In order to promote medical technology (MedTech) development even under stagnant logistic situation, we proposed "Decentralized Platform among Local Core Institutions" with Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED) support and Hiroshima Prefectural Government. We report our experience from the viewpoint of biomedical engineering as an optimal solution promoting MedTech demonstrating resilience.

Development of heat exchanger for Inter Proto Series Engine
We are developing a heat exchanger with additive manufacturing. We will ask Mr. Masanori Sekiya to provide opportunities for testing of the Interproto, aiming to improve the oil cooling capacity.
12:30-13:00
Venue: TCT Conference Stage[East hall 3]

Mr. Kiyoshi Yonai

TAMACHI INDUSTRIES Co.,Ltd

Mr. Kiyoshi Yonai


【Abstract】

Interproto's oil cooler was originally set to be equipped only with a water-cooled heat exchanger. It was close to the limit when the outside temperature was high in the summer.
After that, due to the model change of the machine, both the water temperature and the oil temperature became higher than the old model, so the engineer added an air-cooled oil cooler to all cars.
The new model aims for a water temperature of 85 ° C and an oil temperature of 110 ° C while driving at an outside air temperature of 30 ° C.

A novel design framework for therm-fluids devices by combining additive manufacturing and optimization technologies
13:00-13:30
Venue: TCT Conference Stage[East hall 3]

Prof. Yosuke Hasegawa

institute of industrial Science, The university of Tokyo

Interfacial Transport Engineering Lab

Prof. Yosuke Hasegawa