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Prelude

Sunday, May 18, 2014


Time

Activity

Room

10:00-20:00

registration

Lobby of BICC

14:00-17:00

site visit

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

17:30-20:00

reception

Convention Hall No. 1 / Lobby of BICC

Remark

Requiring reservation at the registration desk before 12:00

Plenary
Convention Hall No. 1
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time
08:30-08:50

Activity

No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

opening

Chairs: Mojtaba Ghadiri (Univesity of Leeds) & Chi-Hwa Wang (National University of Singapore)
08:50-09:40

plenary

P1

Jonathan Seville

University of Surrey

Particle-particle contacts and their influence on system behaviour

09:40-10:30

plenary

P2

Liang-Shih Fan

Ohio State University

Chemical looping technology - a particle technology perspective

10:30-10:50

tea break

Chairs: Sotiris Pratsinis (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich) & Jesse Zhu (University of Western Ontario)
10:50-11:40

plenary

P3

Yadong Li

Tsinghua University

Metal nanoparticle catalysis

11:40-12:30

plenary

P4

Ko Higashitani

Kyoto University

Nano-scale surface structures of particles in macroscopic wet processes

12:30-14:00

lunch break

Convention Hall No. 3


Thursday, May 22, 2014
Chairs: Yunfa Chen (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS) & Wolfgang Peukert (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)
08:30-09:20

plenary

P5

David A. Weitz

Harvard University

New routes to particle synthesis

09:20-10:10

plenary

P6

Anton Middelberg

University of Queensland

Particles and biology: opportunities and challenges

10:10-10:30

tea break

Chairs: J. A. M. Kuipers (Eindhoven University of Technology) & Qingshan Zhu (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
10:30-11:20

plenary

11:20-12:00

awards & closing

P7

12:00-14:00

lunch & farewell

Pradip

Tata Research Development and Design Centre

IT enabled platform for the design and optimization of mineral processing circuits

T1 Particle and Particle System Characterization


Room 302
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Time

Activity

T1.1 Particle system monitoring and control


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Mengxi Liu (China University of Petroleum) & Zhibing Zhang (University of Birmingham)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E74

Qinhui Wang

Zhejiang University

Measurements on particle motion characteristics in a circulating fluidized bed riser with high speed
digital imaging system

09:00-09:15

oral

308

Michitaka Suzuki

University of Hyogo

Prevention of dust adhesion on textile using nano particle coating

09:15-09:30

oral

130

Yihua Ren

Tsinghua University

In-situ diagnostics of nano-aerosol volume fraction and composition using phase-selective


laser-induced breakdown

09:30-09:45

oral

259

Heekyu Choi

Changwon National University

Powder characteristics of the carbon nano tubes and metal powders composites during various ball
milling process

09:45-10:00

oral

264

Hong-Xing Shi

State Key Lab of NBC Protection for Civilian

Characteristics control on the particles of water mist by chemicals

10:00-10:15

oral

285

Yanping He

University of Birmingham
Kunming University of Science and Technology

Understanding removal of microcapsules from a glass surface in a flow chamber by measuring their
adhesion using atomic force microscopy (AFM)

10:15-10:30

oral

74

Timothy N. Hunter

University of Leeds

Particle concentration measurement and flow regime identification in multiphase pipe flow using a
generalized dual-frequency inversion method

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

1071

Xiaobo Zou

Jiangsu University

Dye-sensitized Au NPs-TiO2 NTs sensors for biogenic amines detection

11:15-11:30

oral

326

J. Wangler

University of Hohenheim

Dispersion of food powders dependent on rheology of wet particle aggregates

11:30-11:45

oral

330

Xiaowei Fu

Freeman Technology Ltd.

Powder flow characterization the need for an instrumental, multivariate approach

11:45-12:00

oral

360

Q. T. H. Shubhra

University of Pannonia

Surface modification of PLGA nanoparticles co-encapsulating model drug and magnetic


nanoparticles to prolong life time in the bloodstream

12:00-12:15

oral

398

Huinan Yang

University of Shanghai for Science and


Technology

Development of ln-line measurement system for pneumatically conveyed pulverized coal in power
plants

12:30-13:50

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T1.1 Particle system monitoring and control


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Michael Kappl (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research) & Xiaobo Zou (Jiangsu University)
13:50-14:15

invited

E75

Mengxi Liu

China University of Petroleum (Beijing)

Micro-scale two-phase flow structure in a cold model gas-solid air loop reactor

14:15-14:30

oral

407

Xiulan Wu

Guilin University of Technology

Near infrared emission of Ag2S quantum dots and their fluorescence enhancement by gold
nanoparticles

14:30-14:45

oral

419

Wenwei Liu

Tsinghua University

Packing of neutral dust micro-particles in vacuum environments

14:45-15:00

oral

580

Staffan Folestad

AstraZeneca R&D

Monitoring and control of particle processing by electrical capacitance tomography (ECT)

15:00-15:15

oral

235

Xiaowei Fu

Freeman Technology Ltd.

Measurement and quantification of caking in powders

15:15-15:30

oral

757

Alfred Leipertz

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg;

In situ Raman monitoring of the formation and growth of carbon nanotubes via chemical vapor

15:30-16:00

ESYTEC GmbH

deposition

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15
16:15-16:30

oral

886

Yun Kuang

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Density gradient ultracentrifugation of colloidal nanoparticles

16:30-16:45

oral

463

U. Zafar

University of Leeds

Effect of strain rate on powder flow behaviour using ball indentation method

16:45-17:00

oral

509

Nicholas Ku

Rutgers University; University of Leeds

Auto-granulation of fine cohesive powder by mechanical vibration

17:00-17:15

oral

575

Nejat Rahmanian

University of Bradford

Urea finishing process: prilling v.s. granualtion

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T1.2 Particle property and inter-particle force characterization


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Staffan Folestad (AstraZeneca R&D) & Qinhui Wang (Zhejiang University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E76

Vincent Craig

Australian National University

Measuring particle interaction forces

09:00-09:15

oral

991

Qiuyue Zhao

Northeastern University

Characteristics of atomized droplet in a spray pyrolysis reactor for preparations of rare earth oxides

09:15-09:30

oral

160

S. Shaul

Ben-GurionUniversity of the Negev

Investigation into conveying forces of particulate plugs contains stationary layer

09:30-09:45

oral

200

D. Portnikov

Ben-GurionUniversity of the Negev

The effect of temperature on the mechanical properties of particles: experimental results and a
model

09:45-10:00

oral

232

Qi Bian

Kansas State University

Effect of lesser grain borer infested kernels in flow properties of bulk wheat

10:00-10:15

oral

317

J. Fritzsche

Technische Universitt Bergakademie Freiberg

Wetting and adhesive forces on rough surfaces - An experimental and theoretical study

10:15-10:30

oral

325

R. Kohlus

University of Hohenheim

Quantitative granule structure description: methods, measures and physical properties

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

455

Garca-Trianes Pablo

University of Surrey

Enhancing the activation of silicon carbide particles with gas-phase coating of aluminium oxide

11:15-11:30

oral

343

Samir Salameh

Foundation Institute of Material Science

Contact mechanic of metal oxide nanoparticle aggregates and agglomerates

11:30-11:45

oral

393

Horng Yuan Saw

Massey University

Correlation between powder flow properties measured by shear testing and hausner ratio

11:45-12:00

oral

422

S. Romeis

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

In situ deformation and breakage of silica particles inside a SEM

12:00-12:15

oral

479

S. Chauruka

University of Leeds

Effect of mill type on morphology and phase transformation of gamma-alumina

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T1.2 Particle property and inter-particle force characterization


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Pablo Garca-Trianes (University of Surrey) & Yanlin Zhao (China University of Petroleum)
14:00-14:15

oral

499

Johannes Knoll

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Influence of protein loading on adhesion behavior of functionalized particles

14:15-14:30

oral

557

Sandra Mandato

Montpellier SupAgro

Stress distribution inside powder: does Janssens model applicable locally in a granular medium?

14:30-14:45

oral

630

D. Lerche

LUM GmbH

Density determination of dispersed micro- and nano particles by sedimentation methods

14:45-15:00

oral

E77

Xiaowei Fu

Freeman Technology

Understanding the mechanisms of particle interactions and powder flow

15:00-15:15

oral

864

Yuan-yuan Zhu

Xidian University

Optical binding force between two chiral spheres by an incident on-axis gaussian beam

15:15-15:30

oral

E116

George Duo Wang

Imperial College London

Novel approach to measuring adhesion of multi-component pharmaceutical formulations

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

17:00-19:00

Cocktail & poster

632

David Harbottle

University of Alberta

Novel techniques to study particle interactions in multi component systems

Room 301
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T1.3 Instrumentations and methods


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Masahiro Takei (Chiba University) & Wu Zhou (University of Shanghai for Science and Technology)
13:45-14:15

keynote

E78

Xue Wang

University of Leeds
South China University of Technology

Integration of measurement, control and process modelling the path to manufacturing excellence
of pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals

14:15-14:30

oral

33

Xiaoai Guo

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

A new small- and wide-angle X-ray scattering measuring system for characterization of
nanostructured particles synthesized by electrical discharges in the inert gas

14:30-14:45

oral

49

Xiaojiong Ding

Guangzhou Brookfield Viscometers and Texture


Instruments Service Company Ltd.

PFT- new Instrument for powder flow researching

14:45-15:00

oral

88

Alexander Gutsche

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

An empirical approach for the determination of shell thickness distributions of silica-magnetite


composites by means of SAXS

15:00-15:15

oral

113

Brian S. Hoyle

University of Leeds

Process characterization opportunities through spectro-tomography

15:15-15:30

oral

127

Michael Kappl

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research

Measuring adhesion forces in powder collectives by inertial detachment

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

199

Tina Bonakdar

University of Leeds

Determination of strength of placebo enzyme granules by impact testing

16:15-16:30

oral

586

Jin Y. Ooi

University of Edinburgh

Interpretation of particle breakage under compression using X-ray computed tomography and digital
image correlation

16:30-16:45

oral

233

Michael Krumrey

Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

Traceable size determination of nanoparticles using SAXS

16:45-17:00

oral

332

Xiaowei Fu

Freeman Technology

Evaluating the effects flow additives in powders and powder formulations through comprehensive
powder characterization

17:00-17:15

oral

351

Frank Babick

Technische Universitt Dresden

Sizing of particle aggregates with optical techniques

17:15-17:30

oral

423

Long Qian

Southeast University

Developing a high speed fiber-optic endoscopic technique for statistical analysis of particle phase
velocity

17:45-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T1.3 Instrumentations and methods


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Brian S. Hoyle (University of Leeds) & Lifeng Zhang (University of Saskatchewan)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E79

Gerard Grehan

Normandie Universit;
Universit et INSA de Rouen

Some new progress on interferometry techniques applied to particle measurements

09:00-09:15

oral

449

T. Detloff

LUM GmbH

Volume based particle size distribution with no refractive index by multi wavelength sedimentations
techniques

09:15-09:30

oral

506

Zuwei Xu

Huazhong University of Science & Technology

Multi-parameter measurement in nanoparticle flame synthesis based on thermophoretic sampling

09:30-09:45

oral

E227

Hui Ning

Malvern Instruments

Characterisation of nanoparticles using nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA)

09:45-10:00

oral

541

F. Huber

Friedrich-Alexander-Universitt Erlangen-Nrnberg

Online-characterization of nanoparticle aggregates by wide-angle light scattering (WALS)

10:00-10:15

oral

906

Terry Redman

Mettler-Toledo International Inc.

Optimization and control strategies with process software and in-line particle size measurements

10:15-10:30

oral

E228

Thomas Zhang

Verder Retsch Shanghai Trading Co., Ltd.

Particle size and shape analysis technology

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E80

Steve Ward-Smith

Malvern

Combining dynamic light scattering and raman spectroscopy and microscopy to achieve new
Insights into the measurement of protein stability, aggregation and high order structure

11:15-11:30

oral

806

Wolfgang Witt

Sympatec GmbH

Concentration effects in photon correlation spectroscopy (PCS) and photon cross correlation
spectroscopy (PCCS)

11:30-11:45

oral

522

Qing-Chao Shang

Xidian University

Rayleigh model for electromagnetic scattering from a chiral particle

11:45-12:00

oral

851

Vladimir Zivkovic

Newcastle University

Key granular kinetic theory parameters from diffusing wave and speckle visibility spectroscopy

12:00-12:15

oral

874

Qieni L

Tianjin University

Particle sizing and velocity measurement by interferometric particle imaging

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T1.3 Instrumentations and methods


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Brian S. Hoyle (University of Leeds) & Lifeng Zhang (University of Saskatchewan)
13:20-13:35

oral

851

Vladimir Zivkovic

Newcastle University

Key granular kinetic theory parameters from diffusing wave and speckle visibility spectroscopy

13:35-13:50

oral

874

Qieni L

Tianjin University

Particle sizing and velocity measurement by interferometric particle imaging

Chairs: Vincent Craig (Australian National University) & Huinan Yang (University of Shanghai for Science and Technology)
13:50-14:15

invited

381

Wu Zhou

University of Shanghai for Science and


Technology

Characterization of particle size and flow by means of imaging methodologies: from nanometer to
millimeter

14:15-14:30

oral

1047

F. Kaouach

School of Mines of Albi

Dry coating characterization of coverage by image analysis

14:30-14:45

oral

810

Ulrich Khler

Sympatec GmbH

Accuracy and precision of particle size measurements from discretized images

14:45-15:00

oral

E44

Zhengjun Li

Xidian University

Scattering of a uniaxial anisotropic sphere located in dual Gaussian beams with arbitrary
propagation directions

15:00-15:15

oral

812

Markus Schaller

Sympatec GmbH

Current possibilities of in- & on-line size and shape analysis in process applications

15:15-15:30

oral

E16

Graham Rideal

Whitehouse Scientific Ltd.

Calibrating test sieve apertures - comparing glass bead testing and a new optical method with the
traditional ISO and ASTM methods

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

45

Zinaida Kutelova

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

Measurement of the micromechanical material properties of glass particles using atomic force
micrsocopy, nanoindentation and compression tests

16:15-16:30

oral

540

M. Altenhoff

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Two-dimensional soot particle sizing by combination of multi-angle light scattering (2D-MALS) and
laser-induced incandescence (LII)

16:30-16:45

oral

E40

Peter Hghj

Xenocs SA

Nanoparticle measurements with small angle X-Ray scattering

16:45-17:00

oral

811

Ulrich Khler

Sympatec GmbH

Resolution aspects for laser diffraction instruments

17:00-17:15

oral

578

Staffan Folestad

AstraZeneca R&D

Novel microwave sensor systems for 2D and 3D monitoring of particle processing

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T1.3 Instrumentations and methods


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Gerarad Grehan (Universit et INSA de Rouen) & Jun Yao (Xiamen University)
08:45-09:00
09:00-09:15
09:15-09:30

oral
oral
oral

909

Gang Yang

Northeastern University

Feature extraction algorithms based on coal injection image of video in the blast furnace

536

Richard J. Tweedie

Digusonic Ltd.

Enhanced in-situ process characterization of particulate process using digital ultrasound


spectroscopy

561

Stefan Palis

Otto von Guericke University

Auto-tuning control systems for improved operation of continuous fluidized bed spray granulation
processes with external product classification

09:30-09:45

oral

807

Wolfgang Witt

Sympatec GmbH

High speed dynamic Image analysis for particle size and shape analysis, the second generation

09:45-10:00

oral

508

Tan Qu

Xidian University

Scattering of plasma anisotropic spherical particle incident by a high-order Bessel beam

10:00-10:15

oral

E6

X. Wang

University of
Technology

10:15-10:30

oral

526

Linchao Pan

Tianjin University

12:30-13:50

lunch break & poster

Shanghai

for

Science

and

Effects of viscosity of dispersions on particle sizing by ultrasonic attenuation spectroscopy


Abnormal movement of scattered energy distribution by spherical particles

Room 303
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Time

Activity

No.

T1.4 Fundamentals and standards


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Steve Ward-Smith (Malvern) & Renliang Xu (Micromeritics Instrument Corporation)


08:30-09:00

keynote

365

Michael Stintz

Institute of Process Engineering and


Environmental Technology

International standardization in particle characterization for quality and safety assessment in particle
technology

09:00-09:15

oral

E267

Qingyun Dong

Bettersize instruments Ltd

The recent developments in particle size analyzer technology of China

09:15-09:30

oral

55

Lifeng Zhang

University of Saskatchewan

Measurements of electrostatic charging of powder mixtures in a free-fall test device


The characteristics study of sphalerite tailings by using MLA

09:30-09:45

oral

68

Zheng Xu

General Research Institute for Nonferrous


Metals

09:45-10:00

oral

77

Chlo Modugno

AgroSup

Lactose caking: influence of the particle size distribution and the water content

10:00-10:15

oral

78

R. Mercad-Prieto

Soochow University

Understanding rupture of different microcapsules under compression for perfume release

10:15-10:30

oral

82

Juan Zhang

Institute of Chemical Materials, CAS

Influences of ultrasound during the spray recrystalization process on HNS explosive

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E82

Peng Han

South China Normal University

Study on dynamic light scattering from polydisperse particle systems

11:15-11:30

oral

105

Changdong Li

University of Leeds

Dissolution of sodium carbonate particles

11:30-11:45

oral

109

Lizhang Wang

University of Mining and Technology

Anode polarization character of metallic oxides loaded granular actived carbon during phenol
electro-oxidation in a three dimensional electrodes

11:45-12:00

oral

112

M. Hosseini

University of Leeds

Effect of ion vibration potential for 1-2 electrolytes

12:00-12:15

oral

198

Tina Bonakdar

University of Leeds

Attrition of spray-dried burkeite particles

12:15-12:30

oral

1029

Xiaoyu Zhang

Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, CAS

Transformation of sodium during the ashing of zhundong coal

12:30-13:45

lunch break & poster

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

T1.4 Fundamentals and standards

No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Michael Stintz (Institute of Process Engineering and Environmental Technology) & Peng Han (South China Normal University)
13:45-14:15

keynote

E81

Renliang Xu

Micromeritics Instrument Corporation

Particle characterization: a light scattering aspect

14:15-14:30

oral

1059

A. H. J. Paterson

Massey University

Caking development in lemon juice powder

14:30-14:45

oral

1113

Xiaobo Huang

Chongqing University

The size distribution of iron ore granules for optimal permeability of the packed bed

14:45-15:00

oral

430

Qian Zhang

University of Wuppertal

Experimental investigations into the effects of ambient humidity on particle-loaded single filter fibers

15:00-15:15

oral

549

N. Shanmuga Priya

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

Suitability of nanostructured Ce0.6Zr0.4-xAl1.3xO2 and Ce0.6Zr0.4-xMn1.3xO2 solid solution for Catalytic


application

15:15-15:30

oral

515

Noraliza Awang

Uiniversiti Teknologi MARA

Effect of surface modification of silica nanoparticle on physical properties

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

589

S. Zellmer

Technische Universitt Braunschweig

Investigation of the stabilization kinetics of metal oxide nanoparticles

16:15-16:30

oral

600

Graham Calvert

University of Leeds

The influence of environmental conditions on bulk powder caking

16:30-16:45

oral

618

Jun Yao

Xiamen University

Experimental investigation of electrostatic charge generation for long granules

16:45-17:00

oral

866

Z. Xi

Tel-tek

Experimental investigation into effect of various grinding methods on particle shape of product

17:00-17:15

oral

939

Guilin Liu

Beijing University of Aeronautics &Astronautics

Laser-induced fluorescence of Rhodamine B in ethylene glycol solution

17:15-17:30

oral

38

Alan F. Rawle

Malvern Instruments Inc.

Best practice in laser diffraction a robustness study of the optical properties of silica

17:00-19:00

Cocktail & poster

Room 310
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Time

Activity

No.

T1.5 Rheological and dynamical characterization


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Jin Y. Ooi (University of Edinburgh) & Xue Wang (University of Leeds)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E70

Zhibing Zhang

University of Birmingham

Micromanipulation of single microcapsules to measure their mechanical strength and adhesion on


surfaces for development of consumer products

09:00-09:15

oral

14

G. Brambilla

Formulaction

Gel point determination thanks to microrheology

09:15-09:30

oral

172

Andreas Bueck

Otto-von-Guericke University

Morphological characterization of agglomerates and process parameters influences evaluation by


X-Ray tomography

09:30-09:45

oral

15

P. Bru

Formulaction

Rapid stability analyses of concentrated dispersions

09:45-10:00

oral

186

Yanlin Zhao

China University of Petroleum

Characterization of colloidal particles using electrical impedance spectroscopy in two-electrode


system with carbon probe

10:00-10:15

oral

328

O. J. Cayre

University of Leeds

Understanding particle aggregation in colloidal inks via centrifugal sedimentation

10:15-10:30

oral

10:30-10:50

tea break

331

Michael Drmann

University of Paderborn

Simulation of capillary bridges between particles

10:50-11:15

invited

E71

Jin Sun

The University of Edinburgh

Computational granular rheology for dry and suspended dense systems

11:15-11:30

oral

349

Michael J. Adams

University of Birmingham

Frictional sliding of particulate suspensions

11:45-12:00

oral

533

Ling Yang

Tsinghua University

The prediction of release property of controlled release urea with hydrophilic film coated

12:00-12:15

oral

1032

Qian Dong

Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, CAS

Evolution of structural properties during zhundong coal pyrolysis

12:30-13:50

lunch break & poster

11:30-11:45

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

T1.5 Rheological and dynamical characterization

No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: O. J. Cayre (University of Leeds) & Jin Sun (University of Edinburgh)


13:50-14:15

invited

E72

D. Barletta

University of Salerno

The effect of process conditions on powder rheology

14:15-14:30

oral

546

K. F. Ren

Univercit et INSA de Rouen

Airy theory revisited and caustics in Vectorial Complex Ray Model

14:30-14:45

oral

611

A. Quigley

Imperial College London

Predicting protein aggregation using second virial coefficients

14:45-15:00

oral

362

Horng Yuan Saw

Massey University

Identification of bubbling onset using pressure fluctuations

15:00-15:15

oral

E73

Geng Qiao

University of Leeds

Thermal and rheological behaviour of the solar salt based nanofluids

15:15-15:30

oral

E39

Hu Li

Wuhan University of Science and Technology

Study on the external features of particle damping loss factor

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

E9

Mingyang Chen

Tianjin University

Agglomeration and adhesion free energy of maltitol

16:15-16:30

oral

E83

Yan Wang

Imperial College London

Novel gravimetric method for gas sorption measurement at high pressure

16:30-16:45

oral

E2

P. Bru

Formulaction

Physical stability of nanoparticles dispersions

17:00-19:00

Cocktail & poster

Poster
No.

T1 Particle and Particle System Characterization


Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

131

Can Li, Hanqing Wang, Xiujuan Wang, We Yang,


Yuanping Chen, Jin Ming

303

Young-OK Park1, Kang-San Lee1, Piljo Lyoo2

833

Fuweng Zhang1, Li Wang1,2, Chuanping Liu1,2, Ping


Wu1, Shuai Zhan1

University of Science and Technology Beijing


Beijing Engineering Research Center for
Energy Saving and Environmental Protection

Surface stability of granular systems in a vibrated bed

256

Jinzhou Qu, Xiuxiang Tao, Ning Xu, Huan He

China University of Mining and Technology

Flotation characteristics and particle size distribution of micro-fine low rank coal

623

Yang Zhang1, Yunqing Zhang1, Xiange Han1,


Paerhatijiang Tuersun1, Kuan Fang Ren1,2

Hunan University of Technology

Observation on the particle of displacement ventilation workshop of welding and grinding

Korea Institute of Energy Research


Semyung University

Removal and agglomeration of sticky paint particulates by adsorbents

Xidian University
2
Universit et INSA de Rouen

Influence of refractive index in particle sizing by light extinction sprectrum

625

Xiaoyan Yao1 Leping Dang1, Hongsing Tan2


Hongyuan Wei1

Tianjin University, Tianjin, China


Proceter & Gamble Technology (Beijing) Co.,
Ltd.

Characterizations of detergent powder 'Hand Feel'

634

Franziska Sondej, Andreas B ck, Evangelos


Tsotsas, Katja Meyer

Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg

Experimental analysis of the microstructure of single particles and micro droplets

1
1,2

1,2

93

Mengran Yu , Yan Li , Zhiguo Su

166

Xing-yun Sun, Chuan


Zhen-zhong Zhao

202

Hui Ning

Xiao,

1,2

Bao-hui

Yuan,

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS


PLA Key Laboratory of Biopharmaceutical
process and formulation engineering

Gigaporous chromatography: allow large proteins to enter

Xian Modern Chemistry Research Institute

Study on the superfine RDX by LX-1A superfine crushing mill

Malvern Instrument China

Particle characterization using resonant mass technology

652

Junjie1 Liu, Wenge Zhang1, Hongyu Xiu1, Kai Guo2

National Institute of Metrology


2
China University of Petroleum (Beijing)

907

B. Smith, H. Lu, S. Liu, T. Redman

Mettler-Toledo International Inc.

745

Zhixing Sun, Zhigang Shen, Xiaojing Zhang, Shulin


Ma

Beijing University
Astronautics

919

A. Ukkonen, H. Isherwood, V. Niemel, J. Kannosto

Dekati Ltd.

of

Aeronautics

and

Calibration of condensation particle counter


Inline particle size measurements: changing the paradigm for improved product quality and process
performance
Sound absorbing application of loose and consolidated particles from waste printed circuit boards
High bipolar electrical charge levels of lactose particles from DPI inhaler

352

R. Weser1, S. Woeckel2, B. Wessely1, F. Babick1,


U. Steinmann2, M. Stintz1

Dresden University of Technology


Institute of Automation and Communication
(ifak e.V.), Measuring and Analyzer Systems

Characterization of highly concentrated dispersions by ultrasonic backscattering method

E117

Jian Qiu, Kaiqing Luo, Yuchang Li, Peng Han

South China Normal University, China

Study of self-optimizing inversion for particle size distribution of dynamic light scattering

464

Umair Zafar

University of Leeds

Effect of die filling on flow behaviour of cohesive powders

T2 Particle Design: Formulation and Processing


Room 305A
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T2.1 Particle morphology and size control


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Robin Klupp Taylor (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) & Huijun Zhao (Griffith University)
13:45-14:15

keynote

1035

Hua Zhang

Nanyang Technological University

Synthesis and applications of novel two-dimensional nanomaterials

14:15-14:30

oral

106

Yanru Chen

China University of Mining & Technology

Research on superfine grinding process and kinetics of calcined black talc in planetary mill

14:30-14:45

oral

108

T. Hoffmann

Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg

Experimental investigation of continuous fluidized bed spray granulation with internal classification

14:45-15:00

oral

204

Zhangxiong Wu

Monash University

A general spray drying approach toward uniform mesoporous carbon microspheres with
controllable property and functionality

15:00-15:15

oral

146

Zhenguo An

Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, CAS

Multishell particles with hollow core and tunable property

15:15-15:40

invited

E31

Xuchuan Jiang

The University of New South Wales

Engineering nanoparticles for energy and environmental applications

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

175

A. Khoufech

UTC/Escom

Influence of particle-droplet interaction on the wet coating efficiency in a fluidized bed process

16:15-16:30

oral

120

T. Hoffmann

Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg

Influence of granule porosity during fluidized bed spray granulation

16:30-16:45

oral

205

Senbin Ye

Zhejiang University of Technology

Preparation of graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) as an electronic component with the multi-walled


carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs)

16:45-17:00

oral

E62

Yonghui Deng

Fudan University

Core-shell structured porous spheres

17:00-17:15

oral

277

Wei-Syuan Lin

Tatung University

Synthesis and characterization of hybrid AuPd/metal oxide/multiwalled carbon nanotubes


electrocatalysts for fuel cell application

17:15-17:40

invited

E29

David Kisailus

University of California-Riverside

Solvothermal synthesis, growth mechanism, and performance of LiFePO4 nanoparticles

17:40-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T2.1 Particle morphology and size control


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: David Kisailus (University of California-Riverside) & Xiongwen Lou (Nanyang Technological University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

1037

Zhiyong Tang

National Center for Nanosciecne & Technology

Self-assembled core-shell inorganic nanoparticle@metal organic framework nanostructures: A


novel multifunctional platform

09:00-09:15

oral

394

Yun Huang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Synthesis of cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries with lean premixed low swirl stagnation
flames

09:15-09:30

oral

1015

Jianjun Wang

Institute of Chemistry, CAS

Anti-icing surfaces-from fundamentals to applications

09:30-09:45

oral

450

M. Sachs

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Rounding of irregular polymer particles in a downer reactor

09:45-10:00

oral

476

J.Hitchcock

University of Leeds

Controlled adsorption of catalytic nanoparticles onto polymeric thin films

10:00-10:15

oral

477

Xinhua Xu

Nagoya Institute of Technology

A Facile synthesis of tin sulfide microspheres with flower-like structure

10:15-10:30

oral

639

O.J. Cayre

University of Leeds

Complex nanoparticles designed via radical dispersion polymerization in non-polar solvent:


Towards electrophoretic display applications

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E27

Mikio Takano

Kyoto University

Fe-oxides prepared by soft processes

11:15-11:30

oral

483

Wanghui Chen

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Synthesis and optimizing of solid and hollow silica microspheres

11:30-11:45

oral

521

K. Gao

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Thermal stability of oxide supported PT model catalyst

11:45-12:00

oral

525

Junichi Ida

Soka University

Preparation of thermo responsive functional composites by embedding TiO2/Fe3O4 nanoparticles

12:00-12:15

oral

547

Bing Qiao

Tsinghua University

High density grafting of aminopropyltriethoxysilane (aptes) on nano-silica particle surface

563

Robin N. Klupp
Taylor

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Facile synthesis of patchy nanoparticles: colloidal approaches for the production of anisotropic
building blocks for functional materials

12:15-12:40

invited

12:40-14:00

lunch break & poster

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T2.1 Particle morphology and size control


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Nicola Pinna (Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin) & Lianzhou Wang (The University of Queensland)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E28

Huijun Zhao

Griffith University;
Institute of Solid State Physics, CAS

Nanoparticulate metal, metal oxide and graphitic carbon electrocatalysts for solar cell and fuel cell
applications

09:00-09:15

oral

622

D. Lerche

LUM GmbH

Flocculation and colloidal crystallization of aqueous nanosized metal oxide dispersions as function
of ph and electrolyte

09:15-09:30

oral

581

Rachel M. Smith

The University of Sheffield

Introducing the unit cell: An improved method for extracting rate constants for granulation
population balance models from discrete element simulations

09:30-09:45

oral

631

Zinaida I. Kutelova

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

Flowability of surface modified cohesive glass particles

09:45-10:00

oral

245

Yunhong Jiang

University of Leeds

Strategies to reduce nanoparticle batch-to-batch variabilities

10:00-10:15

oral

938

Jianxin Chen

Hebei University of Technology

Thermal and X-ray diffraction analysis of lactose polymorphs

10:15-10:30

oral

1014

Johnny C. Ho

City University of Hong Kong

Metal nanocluster decoration approach for modulating electrical properties of nanodevices

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E30

Xin Wang

Nanyang Technological University

Synthesis of platinum nanostructures with efficient and stable electrocatalytic activities

11:15-11:30

oral

974

Xiangming Na

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Preparation of double emulsion templated macroporous microspheres: A candidate for trapping


proteins

11:30-11:45

oral

11:45-12:00

oral

1013

Zhiyong Fan

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

ZnO nanocomb based high performance gas sensors

12:00-12:25

invited

438

Lianzhou Wang

University of Queensland

Nanoparticle engineering for photoelectrochemical energy conversion

12:40-13:50

lunch break & poster

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T2.1 Particle morphology and size control


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Yongsheng Han (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS) & Marius Sachs (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)
13:50-14:15

invited

E35

Nicola Pinna

Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin

In situ formed carboxylates as morphology and assembly-directing agents in non-aqueous sol-gel


syntheses of metal oxide nanoparticles

14:15-14:30

oral

569

R. N. K. Taylor

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Continuous flow synthesis in a T-mixer of patchy plasmonic nanoparticles

14:30-14:45

oral

E284

Jianxin Wu

Nanopolis Suzhou Co., Ltd.

Nanotech innovation-from laboratory to industry

14:45-15:00

oral

1064

Han Gao

Tsinghua University

The effects of the film structure on the pigment performance

15:00-15:15

oral

736

K. Yamamoto

Doshisha University

Effect of poor solvent on size selective precipitation of Zinc sulfide nanoparticles

15:15-15:40

invited

1031

Tierui Zhang

Technical Institute of Phys. and Chem., CAS

Highly robust nanocatalysts based on mesoporous and hollow micro/nanostructures

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

750

Wanli Jiao

Shandong University of Technology

Preparation of cellular structure nickel hydroxide thin film

16:15-16:30

oral

852

Chunfeng Xue

Taiyuan University of Technology

The Influences of Heteroatoms on Preparing ZSM-39 Crystals in a Fluorine-free System

16:30-16:45

oral

857

Xiaogang Hao

Taiyuan University of Technology

Silicalite-1 nanocrystals prepared from ethylenediamine-assisted immobilization of loaded silica in


mesoporous carbon

16:45-17:00

oral

1128

Wenxiong Lin

Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of


Matter

Development of Novel 3D Printer at the Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter

17:30-19:00

Cocktail & poster

Room 305B
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T2.2 Nano and super fine particles


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Ru-Shi Liu (Taiwan Univeristy) & Beena Rai (Tata Consultancy Services Limited)
keynote

185

Jianfeng Chen

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Design and engineering of nanoparticles for advanced nanocomposites and drug delivery system:
from lab to industrialization

14:30-14:45

oral

48

Lin Zhao

China Academy Engineering Physics

Preparation of TATB basednanocomposite particles

14:45-15:00

oral

83

Weizhong Qian

Tsinghua University

Hollow ZSM-5 fibers prepared by in situ solid-solid transformationmechanism

15:00-15:15

oral

E113

Requena Santiago

NETZSCH-Condux Mahltechnik GmbH

Dry fine grinding with jet mills-potentials of energy optimization

15:15-15:40

invited

482

Masayoshi Fuji

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Shell design of hollow silica nanoparticles using reaction polarity

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

16:05-16:30

invited

E232

Weiguo Song

Institute of Chemistry, CAS

Core-Shell nanostructured mesoporous particles as multifunctional catalysts

16:30-16:45

oral

E10

Anze Shui

South China University of Technology

Sonochemical synthesis of cupric oxides nanoparticles

17:00-17:15

oral

273

Yuh-Jing Chiou

TatungUniversity

Synthesis and characterization of hybrid MWCNTs materials for direct formic acid fuel cells

17:15-17:40

invited

471

Doris Segets

Friedrich-Alexander University of
Erlangen-Nuremberg

From in situ characterization to process control of quantum dot systems

17:40-18:00

take-away

13:50-14:15
14:15-14:30

16:45-17:00

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T2.2 Nano and superfine particles


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Masayoshi Fuji (Nagoya Institute of Technology) & Jun Yang (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
08:30-09:00

keynote

555

Rushi Liu

National Taiwan University

Nano particle sensitized ZnO nanowires-array photoelectrodes for water splitting

09:00-09:15

oral

336

Qiang Zhang

Tsinghua University

Graphene/carbon nanotube hybrids: Novel sp2 carbon for energy storage

09:15-09:30

oral

379

Zhiwei Ge

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Composite materials for thermal energy storage: the roles of microstructures and interfacial
energies

09:30-09:45

oral

453

Aimiao Qin

Guilin University of Technology

Preparation of Fe3O4@C core/shell composites and their electrochemical performance

09:45-10:00

oral

85

M. Heine

Hamburg University of Technology

Simulation of fluidized bed agglomeration of amorphous powders

10:00-10:15

oral

E45

Yangchuan Ke

China University of Petroleum

Preparations of COPNA nanocomposite materials and the nanoeffects on anti-friction and anti-wear
behavior

10:15-10:30

oral

614

Yongming Luo

Kunming University of Science and Technology

A novel rapid method to synthesize ceria-zirconia nanoparticles for CO preferential oxidation


reaction in H2-rich gases

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

1016

Jun Yang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Pt-containing nanocomposites of Ag2S and noble metals for electrocatalytic oxidation of formic acid

11:15-11:30

oral

489

Beena Rai

Tata Research Development and Design Centre

Surface modified nano-titania containing nanofluids for photocatalytic applications

11:30-11:45

oral

689

Qing Sun

China University of Mining and Technology


(Beijing)

Nano-TiO2 immobilized on diatomitecharacterization and photocatalytic reactivity for Cu2+ removal


from aqueous solution

12:00-12:15

oral

E283

Bing Wu

Evonik Specialty Chemicals (Shanghai) Co., Ltd

New and tailor made precipitated silica development for silicone rubber market

12:15-12:30

oral

503

Laner Wu

Beifang University of Nationality

Influence of boric acid on dusting of magnesium slag

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

11:45-12:00

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T2.2 Nano and superfine particles


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Yuh Jing Chiou (Tatung University) & Manuel Heine (Hamburg University of Technology)
08:30-09:00

keynote

66

Yeukuang Hwu

Academia Sinica

Nanoparticle synthesis and applications with X-rays

09:00-09:15

oral

809

Arno Kwade

TU Braunschweig

Effect of grinding media on the resulting aggregate structure during precipitation processes

09:25-09:50

invited

E60

Jian Liu

Curtin University

Nanoporous colloidal carbon spheres for energy applications

09:50-10:05

oral

665

I. Nkurikiyimfura

University of Rwanda

Photothermal characteristics of magnetic nanofluids for solar thermal applications

Universiti Teknologi MARA

Electrospray deposition of titanium dioxide (TiO2) toward nanoparticles production: effect of


temperature

10:05-10:25

oral

516

Noor Fitrah Abu


Bakar

10:25-10:40

oral

1025

Zhitang Song

Shanghai Institute of
Information Technology

10:40-11:00

tea break

11:00-11:15

oral

458

Huan Jiao

Shaanxi Normal University

Synthesis of spherical YAG:Ce3+ yellow phosphor by high temperature solid-state reaction

11:15-11:30

oral

E246

Wei Luo

Donghua University

A resol-assisted co-assembly approach to crystalline mesoporous niobia spheres

11:30-11:45

oral

84

Xianhui Hou

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Preparation of nano PPy/TiO2 composites with enhanced photo-catalysis performances

12:00-14:00

lunch break & poster

Microsystem

and

Investigation of GST slurry for phase change memory

Room 305C
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T2.3 Biological particles


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Guanghui Ma (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS) & Katarina Slettengren (ETH Zurich)
13:45-14:15

keynote

823

Xiaodong Chen

Soochow University

Understanding the meso-scale mechanisms for hierarchical-structure focused particle design and
process development in spray drying by coupling multiscale experimentation with multiscale
modeling

14:15-14:30

oral

779

Weiqing Zhou

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

What conditions are better for immobilized lipase: curvature of the interface, size of space, and
arrangement of enzyme?

14:30-14:45

oral

E111

Fei Yu

Soochow University

Uniform peptide-loaded microparticles prepared via a microfluidic jet spray dryer

14:45-15:00

oral

769

Jie Wu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Chitosan-based microgels as vaccine adjuvants

15:00-15:15

oral

739

W. Hintz

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

Functionalization of different PBCA nanoparticles for overcoming the blood-brain barrier

15:15-15:40

invited

934

Xuehai Yan

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Self-assembly of "smart" biomolecule-based nanoparticles

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

708

Tingyuan Yang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Complex PLGA/SA nano/microspheres as oral protein and peptide delivery system with ability of
efficiently penetrating mucus and goblet cell

16:15-16:30

oral

530

Di An

Tsinghua University

Trace graphite oxide and montmorillonite introduction into polymer film for longer release period of
coated fertilizer

16:30-16:45

oral

703

Lianyan Wang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Strong humoral and cell-mediated immune responses generated by cationic polymer decorated
PLA microspheres adsorbed with HBsAg

16:45-17:00

oral

468

M. S. Manga

University of Leeds

Preparation of concentrated pickering emulsions by stirred cell membrane emulsification

17:00-17:15

oral

643

Weifeng Zhang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Exploration of polymeric microparticles as adjuvant for H5N1 influenza split vaccine: adjuvanticity
evaluation and action mode analysis

17:15-17:40

invited

35

Cordelia Selomulya

Monash University

Spray drying of uniform microparticles for controlled release applications

17:40-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T2.3 Biological particles


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Xiaodong Chen (Soochow University) & Alison Tasker (University of Leeds)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E26

Ruhong Zhou

Columbia University

Modeling nanotoxicity: large scale molecular simulation of nanoparticle-protein interactions and


their implications in nanomedicine

09:00-09:15

oral

69

K. Slettengren

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich

Powder-liquid mixing process for production of food composite structures with low water or fat

09:15-09:30

oral

96

T. Merkel

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Breakup of particle loaded emulsion drops

09:30-09:45

oral

699

Hua Yue

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Exploration of micro-sized graphene oxide as One but All tumor vaccine delivery system

09:45-10:00

oral

507

Max Gnther Mller

Technische Universitt Mnchen

Investigations on the influence of fat and wax mixtures as coating materials on the characteristics of
coated food powders

10:00-10:15

oral

698

Nana Luo

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Surface properties matter: GOs modification alters Macrophages viability

10:15-10:30

oral

431

Jochen Schmidt

Friedrich-Alexander-University

Formation of nanoemulsions by stirred media milling

Erlangen-Nuremberg
10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

945

Quan Yuan

Wuhan University

Near-infrared light mediated imaging of latent fingerprints based on molecular recognition

11:15-11:30

oral

426

S. Romeis

Friedrich-Alexander-University
Erlangen-Nuremberg

Top-down processing of submicron 45S5 Bioglass for enhanced in vitro bioactivity and
biocompatibility

11:30-11:45

oral

36

Fatin Nawwab Al-Deen

Monash University

Delivery of malaria DNA vaccine using magnetic nanoparticles

11:45-12:00

oral

357

Tomas Sverak

Brno University of Technology

Milling and bulk properties of micro-fine ligneous fillers

12:00-12:15

oral

345

S. A. L. de Koster

Delft University of Technology

Geopolymer coating of bacteria-containing granules for use in self-healing concrete

12:15-12:40

invited

717

To Ngai

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Tailor-made microgel particles: new preparation routes and applications

12:40-13:50

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T2.3 Biological particles


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Jochen Schmidt (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) & Quan Yuan (Wuhan University)
13:45-14:15

keynote

964

H. Kawaguchi

Keio University, Kanagawa University

DNA discrimination with SPR sensor employing polymeric particles and its application

14:15-14:30

oral

97

Ya Chen

China Academy of Engineering and Physics

Preparation and characterization of reticular nano-HMX by complexing technique

14:30-14:45

oral

327

A. L. Tasker

University of Leeds

The effect of stabilizer choice on microcapsule morphology

14:45-15:00

oral

315

Yubin Shen

Zhejiang Univerity

Preparation of insulin-loaded N-trimethyl chitosan chloride microparticles for pulmonary delivery


using supercritical fluid assisted atomization with an enhanced mixer

15:00-15:15

oral

287

Man Wu

Qingdao University of Science and Technology

One-step method prepared biomass-based activated carbon catalyst for hydrogen generation

15:15-15:40

invited

684

W. Wei

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Potential pharmaceutical applications of uniform-sized chitosan micro/nanoparticles with


autofluorescent property

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

222

M.L.M. Oostveen

Delft University of Technology, DSM

Elucidation of the rehydration behavior of food powders

16:15-16:30

oral

216

Kyo-Seon Kim

Kangwon National University

One-pot synthesis of magnetic porous/hollow nanoparticles for biomedical applications

16:30-16:45

oral

197

A. Bck

Otto-von-Guericke University

Model-based control of enzyme yield in solid state fermentation

16:45-17:10

invited

143

Hong-Ming Lin

Tatung University

Synthesis and characterization of functionalized iron nanowires

17:00-17:15

oral

994

Xiaoqun Gong

Tianjin University

A facile method of preparing high-performance magnetic and fluorescent bifunctional


nanocomposites and their preliminary application in biomolecule detection

17:15-17:30

oral

102

Yang Wang

Monash University

Systematic drying study on DHA-encapsulated particles

17:30-17:55

invited

610

Erich J. Windhab

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zrich, ETH

Magneto-responsive biomolecular nano-discs for applications in food and life sciences

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Room 305D
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T2.4 Pharmaceutical particles


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Shunai Che (Shanghai Jiaotong University) & Woo Sik Choi (Korea Association of Powder Process Industry and Engineering)
13:45-14:15

keynote

369

Woo Sik Choi

Korea Association of Powder Process Industry


and Engineering

Preclinical efficacy examination on healing practices and experiencesof users for pillows and
mattresses of loess ball bio-products

14:30-14:45

oral

1046

Ying Lu

Second Military Medical University

Mucosal and systemic immuniazation with TMC-DNA nanoparticles against dental caries in young
rats

14:45-15:00

oral

1003

Jin Shi

Zhengzhou University

In vitro and in vivo anti-cancer effects of targeting and near-infrared absorbing nanoparticles

15:00-15:15

oral

1045

Hao Zou

Second Military Medical University

Glutathione-sensitive goldcysteamine/plasmid DNA/poly TAT/ hyaluronic acid nanocomplex for


target-specific intracellular uptake and gene expression

15:15-15:40

invited

702

Karen P. Hapgood

Monash University

Predicting tablet strength from the wet granulation conditions via the unified compaction curve

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

1041

Lin Hou

Zhengzhou University

Hyaluronic acid-functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes as tumor-targeting MRI contrast


agent

16:15-16:30

oral

1021

Xin Pan

Sun Yat-Sen University

Ultra-fine particle process system and its application for the drug-containing micropheres

16:30-16:45

oral

1011

Kai Shi

Shenyang Pharmaceutical University

Protein crystallization based spherical self-assembly technology for controllable delivery of


recombinant human interferon

16:45-17:00

oral

1009

Na Zhang

Shandong University

Novel lipid-based nanosuspension enhanced combination therapy of docetaxel and ceramide

17:00-17:15

oral

E32

Xiaoying Long

Guangdong Pharmaceutical University

Combined use of phospholipid complexes and self-emulsifying microemulsion for improving oral
absorption of a BCS class IV compound, Baicalin

17:15-17:40

invited

1019

Chuanbin Wu

Sun Yat-Sen University

A novel bottom-up process of producing nanoparticles containing protein and peptide for inhalational
aerosol delivery

17:40-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T2.4 Pharmaceutical particles


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Daryl Williams (Imperial College London) & Mingshi Yang (University of Copenhagen)
08:30-09:00

keynote

818

Jukka Rantanen

University of Copenhagen

Innovative manufacturing of future pharmaceuticals

09:00-09:15

oral

193

M. W. Woo

Monash University

Spherical crystalline amino acid particles from spray drying

09:15-09:30

oral

210

Wenjing Liu

University of Leeds
South China University of Technology

Novel impinging jet and continuous reactor design for rapid reactive crystallization of
pharmaceuticals

09:30-09:45

oral

968

Huile Gao

Sichuan University

A simple one-step method for preparation of fluorescent carbon nanospheres and the potential
application in tumor imaging and drug delivery

09:45-10:00

oral

978

Y Zheng

University of Macau

Particle size effect of curcumin nanosuspensions on the in-vitro anticancer activity, cellular uptake
and in-vivo exposure

10:00-10:15

oral

976

Zhiping Zhang

Huazhong University of Science & Technology

Docetaxel-loaded polymeric nanoparticles fabricated by SPG membrane emulsification technique


and the antitumor activity

948

Zongning Yin

Sichuan University

Unrevealed effects of cryoprotectants on proteins: influence of colloidal and tertiary conformational


stabilities

invited

958

Chunmeng Shi

Third Military Medical University

Development of multifunctional agents for cancer targeted theranosis through a top-down strategy
without chemical conjugation

11:15-11:30

oral

960

Sujun Wang

Third Military Medical University

Dol-PLA-PEG-FOL nanoparticles: Evaluation of cell cytotoxicity and selecting capability in vitro

11:30-11:45

oral

571

M. S. Manga

University of Leeds

Preparation of wax walled micro encapsulates via the double emulsion route

11:45-12:00

oral

953

Xinrui Ma

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Nanoemulsions stabilized by organic-inorganic nanocomposite

12:00-12:25

invited

954

Yuhong Xu

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Synthesis and characterizations of ionizable lipid nanoparticles for siRNA delivery

12:30-13:50

lunch break & poster

10:15-10:30

oral

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T2.4 Pharmaceutical particles


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Wan-Liang Lu (Peking University) & Jukka Rantanen (University of Copenhagen)


13:50-14:15

invited

687

Lilia Ahrn

SIK- The Swedish Institute for Food and


Biotechnology

Integrating research training in particle & powder technology to deliver efficient food products and
medicines with high functionality

14:15-14:30

oral

928

Serena Schiano

University of Surrey

The impact of roll compaction on mechanical properties of pharmaceutical powders

14:30-14:45

oral

880

Mingshi Yang

University of Copenhagen

Microencapsulation of protein drugs via the spray drying process equipped with a 3-fluid nozzle

14:45-15:00

oral

749

Guihong Chai

Zhejiang University

Molecular mechanisms of solid lipid nanoparticles across MDCK epithelial cell monolayer

15:00-15:15

oral

E229

Rui Yang

National Institutes for Food and Drug Control

Pharmaceutical excipient management and quality control

15:15-15:30

oral

747

Yingwen Hu

Zhejiang University

A GSH-responsive chitosan based micelle for triggered drug release

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

1122

Bin Tian

Shenyang Pharmaceutical University

Prediction of the physical stability of solid dispersions based on the phase diagram

16:15-16:30

oral

459

J. Yang

University of Birmingham
University of Surrey

DEM analysis of the effects of electrostatics on particle mixing for carrier based dry powder inhaler
formulations

16:30-16:45

oral

E41

Xing Tang

Shenyang Pharmaceutical University

Design and in vitro evaluation of a floating-type and bioadhesive drug delivery system based on
hollow pellets

16:45-17:00

oral

601

S. McCartney

Imperial College

Morphological and compressional mechanical properties of freeze-dried mannitol, sucrose and


trehalose cakes

17:00-17:15

oral

535

N. F. A. Bakar

Universiti Teknologi Mara

Production of mefenamic acid nanoparticle via electrospray

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T2.4 Pharmaceutical particles


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Karen Hapgood (Monash University) & Chuanbin Wu (Sun Yat-sen University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

940

Shunai Che

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Inorganic chiral mesoporous materials

09:00-09:25

invited

1043

Yanqiang Zhong

Second Military Medical University

Docetaxel and sulforaphane loaded nanoparticles of poly (D, L- lactide-co-glycolide)/hyaluronic acid


for eradication of breast cancer

09:25-09:50

invited

971

Yongda Sun

Tianjin Pharmaceutical Research Institute

Supercritical fluid particle design of inhaled dry powders

09:50-10:15

invited

10:30-10:50

tea break

963

Wei Wu

Fudan University

Ligand-mediated active targeting for enhanced oral absorption

10:50-11:15

invited

989

Jin Chang

Tianjin University

Immunochromatography test strip for quantitative, sensitive and rapid point-of-care diagnosis of
prostate specific antigen

11:15-11:40

invited

1001

Wan-Liang Lu

Peking University

Construction and characterization of brain tumor targeting drug-loaded liposomes

11:30-11:55

invited

234

Xiaowei Fu

Freeman Technology Ltd

A QbD approach to continuous tablet manufacture

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Room 305E
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T2.5 New approaches for particle preparation


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Chunzhong Li (East China University Of Science And Technology) & Wolfgang Peukert (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)
13:45-14:15

keynote

E23

Guangsheng Luo

Tsinghua University

Controllable preparation of monodispersed microcapsules and nanoparticles with microstructured


chemical systems

14:15-14:30

oral

1055

Biao Kong

Fudan University

Interface-driven ultralight mesoporous nanocube particle frameworks

14:30-14:45

oral

992

Wuled Lenggoro

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Enhancement of ion doping efficiency by apost-heat treatment for synthesis of metal oxide particles

14:45-15:00

oral

941

James D Litster

Purdue University

Optimization of twin screw granulation using mechanistic approaches

15:00-15:15

oral

931

Yundong Wang

East China University of Science & Technology

Excellent performance tailored construction of york-shell structured LiMn2O4 spheresby ultrasonic


spray pyrolysis route with an assist of PEG molecules

15:15-15:40

invited

E59

Yongsheng Han

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Control on material structures via diffusion and reaction

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15
16:15-16:30

oral

925

Yifan Yao

East China University of Science & Technology

Synthesis of carbon doped TiO2(B) by electrospinning and their application to lithium-ion batteries

16:30-16:45

oral

894

J. R. van Ommen

Delft University of Technology

Atmospheric-pressure atomic layer deposition of noble metal nanoclusters on support particles

16:45-17:00

oral

921

Mengting Chen

East China University of Science & Technology

Highly conductive and flexible polymer composites with improved mechanical and electromagnetic
interference shielding performances

17:00-17:15

oral

830

T. Thongyen

Kanazawa University

Development and application of a personal sampler for evaluation of personal exposure to PM0.1

17:15-17:40

invited

E34

Liangyin Chu

Sichuan University

Microfluidic preparation of functional polymeric microparticles

17:40-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T2.5 New approaches for particle preparation


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Hao Jiang (East China University of Science and Technology) & Philipp Rudolf von Rohr (ETH Zurich)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E24

Saha Petr

Tomas Bata University in Zlin

Preparation of magnetic nanoparticles for hyperthermia of tumor

09:00-09:15

oral

920

Dayong Ren

East China University of Science & Technology

Growth few-layers MoS2 nanoflakeson CNTs Backbone for high rate Li-ion battery anode materials

09:15-09:30

oral

674

Jianhong Xu

Tsinghua University

Microfluidic production of porous chitosan/silica hybrid microspheres

09:30-09:45

oral

923

Weina Chen

East China University of Science & Technology

Growth of mesoporous Li4Ti5O12 nanocrystals on rGO for Li-ion batteries


Application of the experimental design to optimize the mechanosynthesis process for the
Co/alumina catalyst

09:45-10:00

oral

814

N. Fatah

Unit de Catalyse et de Chimie de Solide


Villeneuve dAscq Cedex

10:00-10:15

oral

927

Jie Zhao

East China University of Science & Technology

Controllable synthesis of MnO2 / C core-shell nanofibers and their applications in supercapacitors

10:15-10:30

oral

738

Winston Duo Wu

Soochow University

Functional uniform microparticles tailored by a novel microfluidic jet spray dryer

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E69

Haihui Wang

South China Unveristy of Technology

Dense ceramic oxygen permeable membranes and catalytic membrane reactors

11:15-11:30

oral

1121

Xing Tang

Shenyang Pharmaceutical University

Design and in vitro evaluation of a floating-type and bioadhesive drug delivery system based on
hollow pellets

11:30-11:45

oral

705

Xuchu Ye

Nanjing University of Technology

Operating state of pilot-scale horizontal planetary ball mill

11:45-12:00

oral

Haibao Zhang

Tsinghua University

Synthesis of MgO nanoparticles by pyrohydrolysis of bischofite from brine: process intensification


using RF thermal plasma

12:00-12:15

oral

891

Andrew E. Bayly

University of Leeds

Spray dried particles predicting and engineering structure

12:15-12:40

invited

951

Chang-jun Liu

Tianjin University

Size and structure control via room temperature electron reduction

12:30-13:50

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T2.5 New approaches for particle preparation


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Saha Petr (Tomas Bata University in Zlin) & Duo Wu (Soochow University)
13:50-14:15

invited

223

Philipp Rudolf von


Rohr

ETH Zurich

Nanoscale plasma surface modification of powders: tailoring flowability and wettability of


fine-grained and temperature-sensitive products within 0.1 s

14:15-14:30

oral

177

Kim van Netten

The University of Newcastle University Drive

A kinetic study of a modified fine coal agglomeration process

14:30-14:45

oral

183

Zhiwei Liu

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Preparation of ultrafine materials by micro-impinging stream reactors

14:45-15:00

oral

587

Georg
Garnweitner

Technische
Braunschweig

Tailored synthesis of metal oxide nanoparticles through rational nonaqueous chemistry

15:00-15:15

oral

572

Jennifer Lu

Purdue University

Nucleation studies of active pharmaceutical ingredients in an air-segmented microfluidic drop-based


crystallizer

15:15-15:40

invited

E54

Jianjun Du

Dalian Univeristy of Technology

Colorimetric detection of mercury ion based on plasmonic nanoparticles

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

16:05-16:30

invited

144

Hongyong Xie

ShanghaiSecondPolytechnic University

Bulk photocatalyst synthesized by foaming method

16:30-16:45

oral

472

Siwarote Siriluck

University of Leeds

Influence of relative humidity on milling of Quartz

16:45-17:00

oral

514

Karsten Wegner

ETH Zrich

Process design for gas-phase manufacture of nanoparticles

17:00-17:15

oral

461

Akinola Falola

University of Leeds

Nano-milling of -Alumina in stirred media mills: effects of grinding media size, circuit rate and mill
speed on evolution of particle size distribution and steady state PSD

Universitt

Braunschweig,

17:15-17:40

invited

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

E52

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

Hao Jiang

East China University of Science & Technology

Interfacial synthesis of oxides-based nanostructures for advanced energy storage devices

T2.5 New approaches for particle preparation


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Karsten Wegner (ETH Zurich) & Hongyong Xie (Shanghai Second Polytechnic University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E58

Wolfgang Peukert

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Synthesis, characterization and formulation of functional particle systems: From early stages of
particle formation towards hierarchical structure design

09:00-09:15

oral

429

Jochen Schmidt

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

A novel process chain for the production of spherical SLS polymer powders with good flowability

09:15-09:30

oral

621

Jun Jiang

Tianjin University

Drying of detergent powder by microwave assisted fluidized bed method

09:30-09:45

oral

46

S. Heinrich

Hamburg University of Technology

Hierarchical assembly of ceramic-polymer composites using the spouted bed spray granulation
process

09:45-10:00

oral

226

S. O. Schopf

University of Bremen

A new method for the fabrication of highly porous nanoparticle layers withstanding liquid
environments

10:00-10:15

oral

704

Liming Che

Xiamen University

Convective drying of single droplets of colloidal silica

10:15-10:30

oral

707

Kexin Xu

East China Universityof Science & Technology

Hollow 3D Hierarchical Li4Ti5O12-TiO2 hybrids as long cycle life anode material for Lithium-ion
batteries

10:30-10:50

tea break

11:00-11:15

oral

490

Xinhua Huang

Beifang University of Nationalities

CCTO giant dielectric ceramic prepared by reaction sintering

11:15-11:30

oral

539

Noor Fitrah Abu


Bakar

Universiti Teknologi MARA

Binderless granulation of mefenamic acid by pressure swing granulation (PSG) technique

11:30-11:45

oral

461

Akinola Falola

University of Leeds

Nano-milling of -Alumina in stirred media mills: effects of grinding media size, circuit rate and mill
speed on evolution of particle size distribution and steady state PSD

11:45-12:10

invited

144

Hongyong Xie

ShanghaiSecondPolytechnic University

Bulk photocatalyst synthesized by foaming method

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Poster

T2.1 Particle morphology and size control

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

1112

Yang Yu

Institute of Process and Engineering, CAS

Quadruple layered photo-anode based on double inverse-opal and TiO2-graphene composite layers for high
efficiency dye sensitized solar cells

1109

Jiangyan Wang

Institute of Process and Engineering, CAS

Accurate synthesis of multi-shelled Co3O4 hollow microspheres as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries with
excellent performance

1108

Hongjie Tang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Molecular architecture of cobalt porphyrin multilayers on reduced graphene oxide sheets for high performance

1107

Hao Ren

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Synthesis of TiO2 hollow spheres with multi-shells and their application for Lithium-ion batteries

1065

Fubo Gu

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Synthesis of Au@CeO2 yolk-shell nanoparticles and their catalytic activity for CO oxidation

848

Wanxi Li

Institute of Coal Chemistry, CAS

Facile synthesis of monodisperse hollow CoFe2O4 nanospheres

849

Hai Zhou

Institute of Coal Chemistry, CAS

Synthesis of Co3O4 nanowires with excellent ammonium perchlorate catalytic decomposition property

635

Vinicius Henriques

Brazilian Aerospace Institute

Production of titanium alloys from titanium hydrided particles

585

Seiji Yamashita

Nagoya University

The synthesis of layered zinc hydroxide chloride and its photoluminescence property

413

Junmei Fan

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Study on preparation and property of phenolic aldehyde-SiO2 core-shell composite hollow microsphere

320

Talita Hirata

University of Campinas

The influence of the binder agent properties on agglomerated pectin growth

306

Shu-Hua Chien

Taiwan University

Surface modification of mesoporous SBA-15 for efficient hydrogen storage

101

Xiaohong Yuan

Shanghai Research Institute of Petrochemical Technology

Formation and properties of 1-D alumina nanostructures prepared via a template-free thermal reaction

56

Shengfu Ji

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Preparation and characterization of core-shell structure Fe3O4@C magnetic nanoparticles

E51

Hong Wang

Sichuan University of Science & Engineering

Synthesis and characterization of Flower-like ZnO nanostructures

E68

Xiong Wen Lou

Nanyang Technological University

Iron oxide-based advanced anode materials for lithium-ion batteries

Poster

T2.2 Nano and superfine particles

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

1054

Biao Kong

Monash University

Porous bio-antenna from nanocube particles interfacial assembly

1050

Song Xu

Sichuan University

Rifampicin loaded mannosylated cationic nanostructured lipid carriers for double-targeting to alveolar
macrophages

898

Xiaole Wu

University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

Experimental study on experiments on superfine grind process of calcium carbonate by vibrated mill

397

Lei Liu

Beihang University

Graphene nanosheets/carbon nanotube/ cellulose acetate composite films with high atomic oxygen erosion
resistance and mechanical performances

268

Min Yi

Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Preparing graphene analogues of metal dichalcogenides by fluid dynamics

266

Shuaishuai Liang

Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

A jet cavitation method for mass production of graphene by adjusting critical processing parameters

E115

WU Xiang

Guizhou Space Administration


Guizhou Zunyi Flaming Electric Co., Ltd.

Applied Research on Nano-graphite Carbon in Zinc-air Battery Electrode

E42

Guoliang Zhang

China University of Petroleum

The study progress on plugging performances of nanocomposite microspheres in the micrometer-sized core
channels

E282

Han Wang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Control on morphology of materials via chemical diffusion and reaction

733

Guanghua Ai

Jiangxi University of Science and Technology

Study on combined depressants for Cu-S separation in low-alkaline medium and their depressing mechanism

Poster

T2.3 Biological particles

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

1105

Jun Ge

Tsinghua University

Engineering enzymes with nanostructures

1026

Chao Chen

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Characterization of nanopaticles by low-field nuclear magnetic resonance

997

Zhongyun Liu

Tianjin University

The preparation and self-assembly of amphiphilic BSA-PDMAEMA conjugates

985

Yanli Yang

University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Conformational changes of Hepatitis B virus-like particle at ion exchange chromatography media surface
detected by dual polarization interferometry

975

Mengran Yu

Institute of Process and Engineering, CAS

Improving stability of virus-like particles by ion-exchange chromatographic supports with large pore size:
advantages of gigaporous media beyond enhanced binding capacity

729

Jilei Jia

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Preparation of antigen entrapped calcium carbonate microparticles with different sizes and morphologies

661

Qi Liu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

The study of pH-sensitive PLGA microparticles as vaccine adjuvant and delivery system

624

Yunling Liu

Tianjin University

Particle technique of Alkyl Ethoxylate Sulphate (AE1S)

E55

Alexander Reznichenko

Borealis Polymers Oy, Porvoo

Controlled synthesis of olefin polymerization catalysts via emulsion-templated route

Poster

T2.4 Pharmaceutical particles

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

1004

Sujuan Yan

Zhengzhou University

Studies on the preparation, characterization and intracellular kinetics of JD27-loaded human serum albumin
nanoparticles

1090

Ting Zhang

Shenyang Pharmaceutical University

Preparation, characterization and pharmacokinetics evaluation in rats of liposomes modified with polysialic acid
derivative

Jingbin Huang

Second Military Medical University

Biodegradable self-assembled nanoparticles of poly (D, L-lactide- co-glycolide)/hyaluronic acid block copolymers
for target delivery of docetaxel to breast cancer

1039

Xiaosong Song

National Institute for Food and Drug Control

Hepatoma cells targeted cationic liposomes for pulmonary delivery

1036

Bianmei Cao

National Institutes for Food and Drug Control

The safety evaluation of the use for silicon dioxide power with different granularity

1020

Chuanbin Wu

Sun Yat-sen University

Asialoglycoprotein receptor-targeted mesoporous silica nanoparticles as a delivery system for hydrophobic


anticancer drugs

1018

Yi Lu

Fudan University

Understanding of the relationship between wettability and dissolution of solid dispersion

1017

Yi Lu

Fudan University

An in situ crosslinked compression coat comprised of pectin and calcium chloride for colon-specific delivery of
indomethacin

998

Zhongyun Liu

Tianjin University

A facile strategy for phase transfer and functionalization of hydrophobic SPIOs based on amphiphilic polymers

987

Hongyu Piao

Shenyang Pharmaceutical University

Studies on a solid-in-oil nanosuspension to improve the oral absorption of risedronate sodium

986

Sheng Wang

Tianjin University

Development of an efficient transdermal drug delivery system with TAT-conjugated cationic polymeric lipid
vesicles

982

Zhenghong Wu

China Pharmaceutical University

Topotecan hydrochloride liposomes incorporated into thermosensitive hydrogel for sustained and efficient in situ
therapy of H22 tumor in Kunming mice

981

Xiuying Li

Peking University

Chemotherapy of invasive brain cancer by system targeting drug-loaded liposomes

980

Jinghao Cui

Soochow University

Effect of tetrandrine dry powder inhaler on the chemosensitivity of cisplatin in lung cancer

979

Jinghao Cui

Soochow University

Enhancing effect of lipidoids on the lung cancer therapy of siRNAs loaded liposome

977

Zhiping Zhang

Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Lipid coated hollow mesoporous silica nanoparticles for hydrophilic and hydrophobic immunogenic peptide
co-delivery

972

Sun Yongda

Tianjin Unioversity

Supercritical fluid particle design of novel drug delivery system

969

Huile Gao

Sichuan University

Liposomes decorated with a specific ligand-CPP multi-functioned tandem peptide for blood-brain barrier
penetrating and glioma targeting

872

Xin Pan

Sun Yat-Sen University

A novel technology using transscleral ultrasound for nanoparticles delivery

858

Xin Pan

Sun Yat-Sen University

Metoprolol tartrate sustained-release microspheres for oral administration

1042

748

Jialin Zhou

Zhejiang University

Doxorubicin inserted gold nanospheres for synergistic effect of photothermal therapy and chemotherapy

691

Yang Li

Shenyang Pharmaceutical University

Influence of transmembrane ammonium salts gradient on the loading efficiency and pharmacokinetics of
liposomal irinotecan hydrochloride

E19

Yuan Yu

Second Military Medical University

Enhanced endosomal escape of pDNA from dual peptide-conjugated polyplex over the blood-brain barrier

E20

Yan Chen

Second Military Medical University

Study of BMP-2 loaded chitosan microspheres/PLGA porous microspheres for bone tissue regeneration

E21

Hao Zou

Second Military Medical University

The research of glutathione-triggered release of anticancer drugs from ss-PAA encapsulated gold-doxorubicin
nanoconjugates in cancer cells.

E22

Yanqiang Zhong

Second Military Medical University

Self-assembly polymersomes enhanced a neuroprotective peptide crossed the blood-brain barrier and protected
against learning and memory impairments

988

Junqing Liu

Tianjin University

The preparation of ultrastable quantum dots nanoprobe and the preliminary application in quantitative
immunochromatography test strip

E33

Qiang Xiao

Shanghai Hufa Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.

Preparation and evaluation of sirolimus solid microemulsion particles formulation

Poster

T2.5 New approaches for particle preparation

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

1118

Alexander Reznichenko

Borealis Polymers Oy

Controlled synthesis of olefin polymerization catalysts via emulsion-templated route

929

Shuangshuang Du

East China University of Science and Technology

Construction and electrochemical properties of graphene based free-standing composite film electrode

924

Wenjian zou

East China University of Science and Technology

Actived Nitrogen-doped carbon nanofibers with hierarchical pore structure as catalyst for efficient oxygen
reduction reaction catalyst

922

Xiaofang Han

East China University of Science and Technology

Synthesis of polydopamine-functionalized graphene-Fe3O4 hybrid composite as a high adsorbent of organic dyes

789

Duyang Zang

Northwestern Polytechnical University

Acid-responsive liquid marbles stabilized with hydrophobic copper carboxylate particles

518

Mohammad Rehan
Xiaojun Lai

University of Leeds

Hydrothermal synthesis of zinc carbonate hydroxide nanoparticles

517

Mohammad Rehan
Xiaojun Lai

University of Leeds

Synthesis of zinc carbonate hydroxide nanoparticles via the microemulsion route

310

Peng Wu

China Academy of Engineering Physics

Preparation and characterization of ultrafine CL-20 by planetary ball milling technology

272

Bor Amgalan

Changwon University

The powder properties of Cu/CNTs nano composites during mechanical alloy process using a planetary ball mill

271

Sakuragi Shiori

Changwon University

The comparative study on different mill type for the fabrication of Cu/CNTs nano composites by dry grinding
process using a various ball mill

140

Wen-Chieh Yeh

Taiwan Ocean University

Formation and corrosion behavior of mechanically alloyed Cu-Zr-Ti bulk metallic glasses

132

Wen-Chieh Yeh

Taiwan Ocean University

The evolution of structure induced by mechanical alloying

115

Lu Chen

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Production of hollow ceramic microspheres by thermal plasma

475

Tae-Hee Kim, Sooseok


Choi, Dong-Wha Park

Inha university

Synthesis of MgCaO nanoparticles by using DC non-transferred thermal plasma

T3 Particulate System and Bulk Solids Technology


Room 306
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T3.1 Micro-macro characterization and relationships


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Stefan Luding (University of Twente) & Mao Ye (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS)
13:45-14:15

keynote

E247

Benjamin J. Glasser

Rutgers University

Wet and dry granular flows: Mixing, segregation and scale-up

14:15-14:30

oral

531

Yi Liu

East China University of Science & Technology

An investigation of the effect of particle size on the flow behavior of pulverized coal

14:30-14:45

oral

577

Sandip H. Gharat

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

Dynamics of granular segregation in quasi-2D rectangular bin

14:45-15:00

oral

612

D. R. Williams

Imperial College London

Cohesiveness of fine pharmaceutical powders and their surface energy

15:00-15:15

oral

626

A. Bouhafid

Bd Prince My Abdellah

Competition between erosion due to particle rotation and chemical decomposition in granular
medium: oil shale particle case

15:15-15:30

oral

903

Xia Li

The University of Nottingham

On the dilatancy of granular materials

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

700

S. D. Liu

The University of New South Wales

Wall stress analysis in a hopper flow of ellipsoidal particles

16:15-16:30

oral

712

Tom A.H. Simons

TU Braunschweig

Calibration and validation procedure for granular mixing simulations in agitated mixers

16:30-16:45

oral

815

D. Turki

Universit Ibn-Khaldoun de Tiaret

Relation of interparticle forces involved in cement powder

16:45-17:00

oral

81

Sandip Mandal

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

An experimental study of dense granular surface flow of non-spherical grains in a rotating cylinder

17:00-17:15

oral

A. Russell

Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg

Investigation of the strength of binderless elastic-plastic granules

17:40-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T3.1 Micro-macro characterization and relationships


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Xiaoxing Liu (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS) & Alberto Di Renzo (University of Calabria)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E248

Stefan Luding

University of Twente

From particle simulations to applications

09:00-09:15

oral

E259

Xizhong Chen

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Hybrid discrete-continuum model for granular flow

09:15-09:30

oral

410

M. Yoshida

Okayama University

Effects of cohesiveness and coverage states for admixed particles on packing fractions

09:30-09:45

oral

342

P. Shenoy

University College Cork

Evaluation of mixture quality of binary food powder mixtures using digital colour imaging system

09:45-10:00

oral

182

Haifeng Lu

East China University of Science & Technology

Experimental Study on flow characteristics of gas-coal mixture through venturi under high pressure
and concentration

10:00-10:15

oral

457

L. Malafronte

Chalmers University of Technology

Influence of particle morphology and process conditions on drying kinetics of single drop during
spray drying

10:15-10:30

oral

133

X. Z. An

Northeastern University

Physical study on the particle packing densification of spherical and non-spherical binary mixtures
subjected to 3d mechanical vibrations

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E110

M. Hou

Institute of Physics, CAS

Nonlinear dynamics and bifurcation behavior in dispersed granular gas systems

11:15-11:30

oral

270

Y. Wang

Dalian University of Technology

A study of dynamic pressure and flow in a conical hopper discharge using discrete and continuum
approach

11:30-11:45

oral

209

S. S. Shirsath

Eindhoven University of Technology

Dynamics of granular flows down rotating semi-cylindrical chutes

11:45-12:00

oral

212

M. Kobayakawa

Kyoto University

Saltation of fine particles on obliquely oscillating plate

12:00-12:15

oral

220

Chris Hewitt

University of Birmingham

An experimental investigation of the build-up of detergent powders in auger fillers

12:15-12:30

oral

448

M. Ahouansou

University of Leeds

Influence of particle shape and concentration on the pattern of dried colloidal droplets

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T3.1 Micro-macro characterization and relationships


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Rui Shen (Procter & Gamble Technical Center) & Guangzheng Zhou (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
14:00-14:15

oral

504

Massih Pasha

University of Leeds

Quantification and prediction of segregation tendency of mixtures

14:15-14:30

oral

341

P. Shenoy

University College Cork

Study of effect of composition and water content on mixture quality of binary food powder mixtures

14:30-14:45

oral

358

D. Barletta

University of Salerno

A model on the stability of a pipe in an aerated silo

14:45-15:00

oral

353

D. Valdesueiro

Delft University of Technology

Elucidating the effect of electrostatics and hydrogen bonding on the fluidization of fine cohesive
powder

15:00-15:15

oral

356

G. K. Auernhammer

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research

Experiments in deformed granular matter: tracking the motion of single particles

15:15-15:30

oral

496

S. Kanagaraj

Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati

Epoxy/MWCNTs nanocomposites for trans-femoral socket system

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

Room 310
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T3.2 Industrial and engineering applications


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: M. Poletto (University of Salerno) & Dongsheng Wen (University of Leeds)


14:00-14:15

oral

80

Sandip Mandal

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

DEM simulation of two-dimensional flow of dumbbells on a rough inclined surface

14:15-14:30

oral

913

Yoichi Tsuchida

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Development of a triple-product centrifugal classifier using almost rigidly rotating flow

14:30-14:45

oral

1033

Jifeng Zhang

Harbin Engineering University

Effect of nano-filler on thermal performance of pCBT resin and its composites

14:45-15:00

oral

817

V. Francia

University of Birmingham;
Procter & Gamble

Particle aggregation in large counter-current spray drying towers: Nozzle configuration, vortex
kinetic energy and air drying temperature

15:00-15:15

oral

915

Yoichi Tsuchida

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Development of a new double-product centrifugal classifier using almost rigidly rotating flow

15:15-15:30

oral

228

John W. Carson

Jenike & Johanson Inc.

Andrew W. Jenike A true visionary in particle technology

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

1007

R. Ben Moussa

Universit de Picardie Jules Verne

Thermal radiation contribution to metal dust explosions

16:15-16:30

oral

E17

Yu Fang

Northeastern University

Study of gas holdup of carbonization processes in the modeling system of gas-water-solid

16:30-16:45

oral

1079

M. A. Budihadjo

Curtin University

Investigation of strength of carbon-sand mixture

16:45-17:00

oral

201

Qingshan Zhu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Mineral upgrading through roasting by fluidized bed reactors

17:00-17:15

oral

257

Chengyou Wu

Jiangxi University of Science and Technology

Effects of multi-stage grinding process and grinding fineness on desulfurization separation of


high-sulfurous iron ore

17:15-17:30

oral

579

S. Schmelzle

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Studies of three-dimensional particle motions in a discontinuous solid mixer

17:30-17:45

oral

280

Ali Ahmadi

Ferdowsi University of Mashhad

Experimental investigation on the dimensions of a stable arch formed in granular materials using a
new developed trapdoor apparatus

17:45-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T3.2 Industrial and engineering applications


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Haigang Wang (Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, CAS) & Jesse Zhu (The University of Western Ontario)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E255

Mao Ye

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS

The attrition of DMTO catalyst in fluidized bed reactor

09:00-09:15

oral

640

Johannes Hrtl

BASF SE

Caking of amorphous bulk solids


Open source DEM and CFD-DEM: A variety of applications across industries and fields of science

09:15-09:30

oral

236

Christoph Kloss

CD Laboratory on Particulate Flow Modelling,


DCS Computing GmbH

09:30-09:45

oral

E4

Rui Shen

Procter & Gamble Technical Center

Optimization and Innovation in the Processing of Particulate Materials

09:45-10:00

oral

1080

M. A. Budihadjo

Curtin University

Application of wood to sand-slag and its effect on soil strength

10:00-10:15

oral

118

Yuemin Zhao

China University of Mining & Technology

Application of density segregation of Geldart D particles in vibrated fluidized beds to fine coal
beneficiation

10:15-10:30

oral

227

John W. Carson

Jenike & Johanson, Inc

Silo design codes: Their limits and inconsistencies

10:30-10:50

tea break

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T3.2 Industrial and engineering applications


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Christoph Kloss (DCS Computing GmbH) & Xinhua Liu (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
13:50-14:15

invited

Yongmin Zhang

China University of Petroleum (Beijing)

Particle segregation in a binaty baffled fluidized bed

14:15-14:30

oral

14:30-14:45

oral

338

Heather N. Emady

Rutgers University

Design and operation of continuous rotary calciners

350

Frank Kleine Jger

BASF SE

design in the chemical industry

14:45-15:00
15:00-15:15

oral

359

M. Poletto

University of Salerno

Laser sintering of titanium dioxide and hydroxyapatite bimodal distributed powders

oral

390

Wei Tian

MESNAC CO., LTD

Material conveying and dosing testing center in MESNAC

15:15-15:30

oral

414

Jingai Hao

Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS

Comparison of the attrition behavior of MTO and FCC catalyst in gas-solid fluidized bed

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

1058

M. Balashanmugam

The University of Sheffield

Semi-solid binder dispersion in detergent agglomeration

16:15-16:30

oral

728

D. Y. Zang

Northwestern Polytechnical University

Tunable drying patterns of colloidal droplets: Effect of particle hydrophobicity and surfactant additive

16:30-16:45

oral

1116

Jifeng Zhang

Harbin Engineering University

Effect of nano-fillers on the thermal performance of pCBT resin

16:45-17:00

oral

E43

Yongming Luo

Kunming University of Science and Technology

One-step synthesis of methanethiol with mixture gases (CO/H2S/H2) over sulfided Mo-based
catalysts supported on SBA-15

17:15-17:30

oral

1095

Balraju Vadlakonda

IIT Hyderabad

Measuring the gas hold-up & Bubble size distribution of column flotation using ERT and high speed
camera

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Poster

T3 System and Bulk Solids Technology

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

892

J. Klapp1, C. A. Vargas2, G. J. Gutierrez3, A.


Medina2,3

CINVESTAV
UAM Azcapotzalco
3
National Polytechnic Institute

Mass flow rates of cohesionless granular materials from holes on side walls

524

Ming Li, Khashayar Saleh

Gnie des Procds Industriels et


dveloppement durable

Comparison between the Peschl shear cell test and the new powder rheometer FT4

134

S. C. Yang, T. F. Mau, G. F. Liu

Chienkuo Technology University

Studies of particle mixing and segregation in a vibrated fluidized bed

52

Abayomi T. Ogunjimi Gbenga Alebiowu

Obafemi Awolowo University

Material, flow and consolidation properties of Neem gum coprocessed with two native excipients

10

A. Russell, P. Mller, J. Tomas

Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg

Energetic coefficient of restitution of binderless elastic-plastic granules

Qingdao University of Science and technology


MESNAC CO., LTD

392

Xiaotai Du1, Yong Li1, Wei Tian2

391

Yong Li1, Wei Tian2, Kaizhong Jiang1

389

Long Wang1, Yong Li2

370

Woo Sik Choi1, Shigeki Toyama1, Yeon Jin Choi2,


Byung Sik Woo2

Korea Association of Powder Process Industry


and Engineering
2
Living In Hwangto Co., Ltd

Preclinical efficacy examination on healing practices and experiences of users for pillows and
mattresses of loess ball bio-products

302

Young-OK Park , Kang-San Lee, Naim Hasolli

Korea Institute of Energy Research

Filtration performance characteristics of ceramic candle filter based on inertial and direct inlet of
high-temperature and high-pressure dust collectors

E252

Sandip H. Gharat and D. V. Khakhar*

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

Experimental Investigation of Coke Collapse in quasi-2D system for a Blast Furnace

942

M. Halidan

The University of New South Wales

Particle mixing behaviour in a Ribbon mixer

The research on the influencing factors of Carbon black individual pellets strength and distribution

Qingdao University of Science and technology


MESNAC CO., LTD

The experimental study on the carbon black weighing and discharging process of screw feeder

MESNAC CO., LTD


Qingdao University of Science and technology

Analysis of the influence factors for carbon black dust collector

E259

Xizhong Chen1,2 and Junwu Wang1*

E285

Shengbin Di1,2, Wei Ge1

Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese


University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Hybrid discrete-continuum model for granular flow

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS


University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Direct numerical simulation of fluid flow and heat transfer in complex moving geometries

T4 Particle-Fluid System
Room 203A
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T4.1 Conveying and separation of fluid-particle system


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Yee-Kwong Leong (The University of Western Australia) & Fei Li (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
14:00-14:15

oral

322

A. Soleimani

Johannes Kepler University

CFD study of the gas-particle flow in a horizontal duct: the impact of the solids wall boundary
conditions

14:15-14:30

oral

114

Hui-Qing Lan

Beijing Jiaotong University

Coupling effect between solid particles and gas velocities on erosion of elbows in natural gas pipeline

14:30-14:45

oral

123

Timothy Hunter

University of Leeds

Characterization of suspension separation in thickeners, by novel application of an acoustic


backscatter system

14:45-15:00

oral

231

R. Silva

University of Coimbra

Particle distribution studies in highly concentrated solid-liquid flows in pipes using the mixture model
An experimental study on a horizontal energy-saving pneumatic conveying system

15:00-15:15

oral

711

Fei Yan

Jiangsu University of Science and


Technology

15:15-15:30

oral

354

C. Nied

Technische Universitt Mnchen

Void fraction gradients in pneumatic dense phase conveying

15:30-15:45

oral

104

A. Rinoshika

Yamagata University

High-speed PIV measurement of particle velocity near the minimum pressure drop in a pneumatic
conveying with a curved 90bend

15:45-16:00

tea break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T4.1 Conveying and separation of fluid-particle system+T4.2 Applications of fluid-particle system


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Olivier Bonnefoy (Saint-Etienne School of Mines) & Yongmin Zhang (China University of Petroleum-Beijing)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E249

Massimo Poletto

University of Salerno

The role of aggregation in fluidization and flow of cohesive powders

09:00-09:15

oral

590

M. Materazzi

University College London

The fate of ashes and inorganics in a two-stage fluid particle system for waste valorization

09:15-09:30

oral

09:30-09:45

oral

513

Koichiro Ogata

Oita National College of Technology

Effect of particle properties on fluidized powder conveying in a horizontal channel

09:45-10:00

oral

566

S. Miskovic

University of Utah

Mechanisms of particle movement through tilted pillar array separator under various fluid flow
conditions numerical and experimental study

10:00-10:15

oral

520

Huinan Yang

University of Shanghai for Science and


Technology

Online measurement of blood parameter by laser spectroscopy

10:15-10:30

oral

615

N. F. A. Bakar

Universiti Teknologi MARA

Electrophoretic deposition of nano and sub-micrometer iron oxide particles in tap water

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E112

Guogang Sun

China University of Petroleum-Beijing

Recent advances in improving cyclone separator performance

11:15-11:30

oral

619

Jun Yao

Xiamen University

Investigation of erosion-corrosion of stainless steel by two-phase jet impingement

11:30-11:45

oral

454

P. Garca-Trianes

University of Surrey

Determination of hydrodynamic flow and particle motion in dense particle suspensions : Application in
solar receivers

11:45-12:00

oral

501

Dongsheng Wen

University of Leeds

Direct absorption plasmonic nanoparticles for solar thermal applications

12:00-12:15

oral

401

Juan Wang

China University of Petroleum

Simulation of the separation and particle flow performance in a new spray granulation tower at high

inlet air flow


12:15-12:30

oral

22

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

Yongliang Li

University of Leeds

A cryogen based CO2 capture process using a monolith bed

T4.1 Conveying and separation of fluid-particle system+T4.2 Applications of fluid-particle system


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Jia Wei Chew (Nanyang Technological University) & Guogang Sun (China University of Petroleum-Beijing)
13:50-14:15

invited

1034

S. B. Kuang

The University of New South Wales

Discrete particle simulation of complex pneumatic conveying systems

14:15-14:30

oral

620

Lili Liu

University of Shanghai for Science &


Technology

Particle sizing for flowing nanofluids in a micro-channel with image dynamic light scattering method

14:30-14:45

oral

666

Y. K. Leong

The University of Western Australia

Polymer-mediated interparticle forces: structure properties and surface forces relationship

14:45-15:00

oral

17

Y. L. Ding

University of Leeds
University of Birmingham

Investigation of charging and


discharging behavior of a phase change material (PCM) capsule for cold storage applications

15:00-15:15

oral

15:15-15:30

oral

153

Yi-Ting Chi

Chung Yuan Christian University

The effect of nitrogen contained compounds structure on NOx emission in a bubbling fluidized bed
combustor

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

1053

Jianxin Chen

Hebei University of Technology

Adsorption of Ca (II) ions from seawater enriched potassium solution using alginate-chitosan-alginat

16:15-16:30

oral

95

O. Bonnefoy

Ecole des Mines

Synthesis and fluidization of wood powders application to biofuel production

16:30-16:45

oral

110

Fabrizio Scala

Istituto di Ricerche sulla Combustione, CNR

Set-up of an experimental protocol for the lab-scale characterization of sorbents under realistic calcium
looping conditions

16:45-17:00

oral

152

Siang-Fong Yin

Chung Yuan Christian University

Study of agglomeration during fluidized bed combustion of rice straw

17:00-17:15

oral

670

Y. K. Leong

The University of Western Australia

Stability and ageing behavior of laponite and bentonite gels

17:15-17:30

oral

1120

Y. Faraj

University of Leeds

Visualisation and metering of two phase counter-gravity slurry flow using ERT

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T4.2 Applications of fluid-particle system


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Yi Cheng (Tsinghua University) & Yutaka Tsuji (Osaka University)


08:30-09:00

keynote

E250

Jamal Chaouki

Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal

Mixing index and restitution coefficient: new definitions and new measurement methods

09:00-09:15

oral

184

Yuemin Zhao

China University of Mining and Technology

Fine coal dry cleaning using an air dense medium fluidized bed with improved magnetite medium

09:15-09:30

oral

1072

Chaoli SU

Tsinghua University

Nano-adsorbent granulation through extrusion using inorganic sol as binder for defluoridation from
drinking water

09:30-09:45

oral

1074

HaiXia Zhang

Institute of Engineering Thermophysics,


CAS

Structural properties and gasification reactivity of shenmu fly ash obtained from a 5t/d circulating
fluidized bed gasifier

09:45-10:00

oral

282

Hongjing Tian

Qingdao University of Science and


Technology

Evaluation of CaSO4 compound oxygen carrier particles for coal chemical looping combustion

10:00-10:15

oral

808

A. Kwade

TU Braunschweig

Effect of surface modification and colloidal structure on the micromechanical properties

10:15-10:30

oral

371

Yi Jin

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS;

Tribological properties of a lubricant oil containing boron nitride nanoparticles

University of Birmingham
10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E119

Guangwen Xu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Innovative two-stage gasification technologies for fuel gas production from smart use of fluidized bed

11:15-11:30

oral

1119

Y. Faraj

University of Leeds

Automated horizontal slurry flow regime recognition using statistical analysis of the ERT signal

11:30-11:45

oral

372

Hiroyuki Mizuno

The University of Tokyo

Thermal seawater desalination process using fluidized bed evaporator

11:45-12:00

oral

403

M. W. Woo

Monash University

Counter-current versus co-current spray drying system in food particle production

12:00-12:15

oral

424

A. van Kampen

University of Hohenheim

Coating of food powders: quality parameters and their quantification

12:15-12:30

oral

1068

Chang Zhang

Tsinghua University

Rapid defluoridation using magnetic adsorbent in a slurry bed for drinking water

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Room 308
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T4.3 Fluidization and fluid beds


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Xiaotao Bi (The University of British Columbia) & Limin Wang (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
14:00-14:15

oral

695

Haigang Wang

Institute of Engineering Thermophysics,


CAS

Investigation the large scale fluidized bed process in pharmaceutical industry by experiment and
CFD simulation

14:15-14:30

oral

949

Tong Zhao

Xi`an University of Technology


Chiba University

Evaluation of heat transfer coefficient in rolling fluidized beds based on cluster renewal method

14:30-14:45

oral

181

Jia Wei Chew

Nanyang Technological University

Review of transport disengaging height (TDH) correlations

14:45-15:00

oral

583

Shuiqing Li

Tsinghua University

The studies on adhesion efficiency of fine particle on flat plate during the inertial deposition at
elevated temperatures

15:00-15:15

oral

885

N. Iqbal

Friedrich-Alexander University
Erlangen-Nuremberg

Numerical simulations of particle-laden jet flows along with heat transfer using Eulerian-Lagrangian
approach

15:15-15:30

oral

905

Jiankun Liu

Fushun Research Institute of Petroleum &


Petrochemicals

Mixing and cycling characteristics in fluidized bed reactor

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

Hengzhi Chen

Chongqing University

Studying bubble behavior in a 2-D fluidized bed with binary particles system
Deposition and wear of wall deposits in swirl spray dryers: the equilibrium exchange rate and the
wall-borne residence time

34

16:15-16:30

oral

816

V. Francia

University of Birmingham
Procter & Gamble

16:30-16:45

oral

785

Hara Mohan Jena

National Institute of Technology Rourkela

CFD analysis of bed voidage characteristic of three phase fluidized bed with distributor

17:00-17:15

oral

1101

David Lawlor

University of Leeds

Thermal and rheological behaviour of the solar salt based nanofluids

17:30-18:00

take-away

16:45-17:00

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T4.3 Fluidization and fluid beds


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Jamal Chaouki (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal) & Shibo Kuang (The University of New South Wales)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E268

J. A. M. Kuipers

Eindhoven University of Technology

Multi-scale modelling of mass, momentum and heat transfer in dense gas-particle flows

09:00-09:15

oral

39

H.L. Zhang

KU Leuven

Operation diagram of circulating fluidized beds (CFBs)

09:15-09:30

oral

47

J. Neuwirth

Hamburg University of Technology

A novel non-intrusive particle tracking method: analysis of the particle

09:30-09:45

oral

50

I. Julin

University of Zaragoza

Effect of the tube bundle configuration on the experimental two-section two-zone fluidized bed
reactor hydrodynamics

09:45-10:00

oral

763

Kaiwei Chu

The University of New South Wales

CFD-DEM Study of the gas-solids flow and heat transfer in a novel riser

10:00-10:15

oral

59

P. Gupta

University of Edinburgh

Micro-structural analysis of homogeneous fluidization regimes of Geldart A particles using


DEM-CFD

10:15-10:30

oral

709

Yanpeng Li

Changan University

Effect of particle material and surfactant presence on particle-bubble interaction in plastic flotation

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

76

Vikrant Verma

Eindhoven University of Technology

Numerical investigation on the effect of pressure on fluidization in a 3-D fluidized bed

11:15-11:30

oral

87

P. Bachmann

Otto-von-Guericke University

Analysis of RTD data of a horizontal fluidized bed

11:30-11:45

oral

124

Vinayak Sutkar

Eindhoven University of Technology

Flow characteristics in a spout fluidized contactor with draft plates and liquid injection

11:45-12:00

oral

94

Hiroshi Nagashima

Fukuoka University

Effects of operating parameters on hydrodynamic behavior of spout-fluid beds without and with a
draft tube

12:00-12:15

oral

98

Ray Cocco

Particulate Solid Research Inc

Liquid injection into fluidized beds

12:15-12:30

oral

754

Abanti Sahoo

National Institute of Technology

Studies on parameter optimization for particle growth in a fluidized bed granulator: Interval halving
method

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T4.3 Fluidization and fluid beds


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Stefan Heinrich (Hamburg University of Technology) & Aibing Yu (Monash University)
14:00-14:15

oral

593

Daniel J. Holland

University of Cambridge

Validation of MRI measurements and DEM-CFD simulations of fluidization

14:15-14:30

oral

126

Tobias Oschmann

Ruhr-University Bochum

Numerical investigation of the mixing of non-spherical particles in a fluidized bed and during
pneumatic conveying

14:30-14:45

oral

158

Andreas Bck

Otto-von-Guericke University

Estimation of particle rotation in fluidized beds by means of PTV

14:45-15:00

oral

170

Jingfeng He

China University of Mining and Technology

Recent progress of dry beneficiation coal using air dense medium fluidized bed

15:00-15:15

oral

173

C. Knoop

University of Bremen

Deagglomeration and breakage of solid particle agglomerates in ultrasound agitated gaseous


atmosphere

15:15-15:30

oral

627

X. Li

University of Nottingham

Segregation in a gas-solid fluidized bed

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

678

T. Hensler

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Particle tracking in fluidized beds with secondary gas injection

16:15-16:30

oral

650

Tao Zhou

Central South University

Agglomerating vibro-fluidization behavior of binary nanoparticle mixtures

16:30-16:45

oral

211

Amit Patil

TU Eindhoven

Heat transfer study from a hot gas jet to particle bed in a continuous bubble injection regime

16:45-17:00

oral

215

M.A. Izquierdo-Barrientos

Carlos III University of Madrid

Modeling and experiments of energy storage in a fluidized bed with PCM

17:00-17:15

oral

191

Ahmmad Shukrie

Universiti Malaysia Pahang

Effect of temperature on bed voidage in the laminar and turbulent flow regime of bubbling fluidized bed

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T4.3 Fluidization and fluid beds


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: J. A. M. Kuipers (Eindhoven University of Technology) & Tao Zhou (Central South University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E251

Xiaotao Bi

The University of British Columbia

Electrostatics in gas-solids fluidized beds: Quantification and mitigation

09:00-09:15

oral

265

Yunfei Xia

Zhejiang University

Gas-solid hydrodynamics around a novel suspension surface in a CFB

09:15-09:30

oral

323

Man Wu

Qingdao University of Science & Technology

Determining critical factors for the minimum spouting velocity in draft tube spout-fluid bed at
elevated temperature

09:30-09:45

oral

347

Jamal Chaouki

Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal

Application of temperature and pressure signals for early detection of defluidization condition

09:45-10:00

oral

701

Z. Y. Zhou

The University of New South Wales

Numerical analysis of particle-wall stress in an ironmaking blast furnace

10:00-10:15

oral

544

Teppei Yamada

Osaka University

A numerical model for the motion of large non-spherical object in Geldart-A fluidized bed

10:15-10:30

oral

376

Q. F. Hou

The University of New South Wales

Force chain evolution in different flow regimes of cohesive particle fluidization

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E269

Wei Wang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Structure-dependent modeling of gas-solid fluidized beds

11:15-11:30

oral

382

Ma Yue

Tianjin University

Experimental investigations on the vibration behavior of tube with internal vapor-liquid-solid boiling
flow

11:30-11:45

oral

446

Xiuhan Chen

Delft University of Technology

Numerical modeling of excavation process in dredging engineering

11:45-12:00

oral

495

Alberto Di Renzo

University of Calabria

Segregation direction in fluidized binary beds

12:00-12:15

oral

512

Koichiro Ogata

Oita National College of Technology

Effect of void fraction and interstitial air pressure for flow properties of cohesive fine powder

12:15-12:30

oral

364

Chengxiu Wang

Western University

Reactor performance in high density gas-solids circulating fluidized bed riser and downer reactors

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T4.3 Fluidization and fluid beds


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Ray Cocco (Particulate Solid Research, Inc) & Wei Wang (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
14:00-14:15

oral

582

Mohammad Afkhami

University of Leeds

Particle agglomeration and dispersion in fully-coupled turbulent channel flow using large eddy
simulation and discrete element method

14:15-14:30

oral

176

Guichao Wang

The University of Newcastle

Bubble detachment from a stationary spherical particle in a turbulent field: Application to mineral
flotation systems

14:30-14:45

oral

613

Wei Shen

Monash University

Understanding the driving forces of particle spreading over liquid surface

14:45-15:00

oral

686

Jesse Zhu

The University of Western Ontario

An alternative method to quantify solids phase separation in a rectangular CFB riser

15:00-15:15

oral

649

Tao Zhou

Central South University

Fluidization of mixed nano SIO2 and TiO2 particles with coarse FCC particles

15:15-15:30

oral

644

Xinhua Liu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Steady-state modeling of complex gas-solid reactors based on the EMMS theory

15:30-15:45

oral

119

Mubashir Hussain

Otto-von-Guericke-University

Stochastic modelling of particle coating in fluidized beds

15:45-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

637

Xiangfeng Fan

The University of Edinburgh

Prediction of flow patterns in bubbling fluidization based on operational condition and bed design

16:15-16:30

oral

636

Liguo Chen

GCL Technology Research Center

Optimization of bead cooler design by using CFD simulations

17:30-19:00

Poster

Cocktail & poster

T4 Particle-Fluid System

No.
943

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Liang Yang , Zhongli Ji , Xiaolin Wu, Weiwei Ma

China University of Petroleum

Assessment performance of high temperature sintered metal fiber filters

Xinglong Zheng, Li Wang, Shaowu Yin, Wangyang


Tang

University of Science & Technology Beijing

Effects of gas velocity and temperature on the transport properties of ultrafine powder

411

Xiaolei Guo, Haifeng Lu , Shunlong Tao, Xin Gong

East China University of Science and


Technology

Experimental investigation on the pressure drop of dense-phase pneumatic conveying of pulverized


coal in the industrial-scale vertical pipeline

75

Zhen Liu, Zhongli Ji, Jinfeng Zhang, Cheng Chang

China University of Petroleum

Influence of processing parameters on gas-liquid filtration performance of fibrous filter element

Xinglon
741

229

Qi Li1, Delong Xu1, Guoxian Xiao2, S Ding1, 3, Yanxin


Chen1

University of Architecture and Technology


2
Nanjing Zhong Cai
3
University of Agder

904

Yoshihide Mawatari, Yasumasa Hamada, Masato


Yamamura, Hiroyuki Kage

Kyushu Institute of Technology

Flow pattern transition of fine cohesive powders in a gas-solid fluidized bed under mechanical
vibrating conditions

E253

Kaiwei Chu, Li Ji, Jiang Chen, Aibing Yu

The University of New South Wales

Coarse-grained CFD-DEM modelling of the multiphase flow in a dense medium cyclone: Model
validation

A novel approach to process Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) by integrating pyrolysis technology with
cement industry

Beijing Institute of Petrochemical


Technology
2
China University of Petroleum

Influences of particle shape and packing method on hydrodynamics of trickling beds

I. Julin, J. Herguido, M. Menndez

University of Zaragoza

An approach to the two-zone fluidized bed reactor hydrodynamics: CFD simulations, bubble size
modeling and experimental validation

40

1 KU Le
H. L. Zhang1, J. Degrve1, J.Baeyens2, R. Dewil1

E254

Jiang Chen1, Kaiwei Chu1,, Ruiping Zou1, Aibing Yu1,


Andrew Vince2, G.D. Barnett3, P.J. Barnett3

The University of New South Wales


Elsa Consulting Group Pty Ltd
3
Minco Tech Australia Pty Ltd

CFD-DEM modelling of the multiphase flow in a dense medium cyclone: Effect of particle size
distribution

E260

D. Lepek, C. Loo

The Cooper Union

The Effect of Agitated Mechanical Stirring on the Fluidization Behavior of Nanoparticle


Agglomerates

434

Zhenxiong Wu, Qingshan Zhu, Jun Li

Institute

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Fluidization behavior of ultrafine iron particles in an agitation fluidized bed

218

Guanglin Zhang

SINOPE

SINOPEC luoyang engineering Co.

The establishment and application of industrial FCC catalyst particles photomicrographic technique

697

Guangxiang He , Xiaoyan Guo , Bo Chen , Wei Du

241

KU Leuven
University of Warwick

The voidage in a CFB riser as function of solids flux and gas velocity

E85

Liqiang Lu1,2, Wei Ge1

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS


2
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

E286

Quan Zhou, Junwu Wang, Jinghai Li

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

EMMS based DPM simulation of gas-solid flows with coarse-graining


EMMS-based two-fluid model for heterogeneous gas-solid flow in CFB risers

853

Syu-ruei Jhang

National Sun Yat-Sen University

Effect of regulated harmful matters from a diesel engines fueled with butanol/biodiesel/diesel blends

T5 Aerosol
Room 201B-D
Monday, May 19, 2014

Keynote

Chairs: Junji Cao (Institute of Earth Environment, CAS) & Renjian Zhang (Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS)
Time

Activity

No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

13:45-14:15

keynote

E120

John Watson

Desert Research Institute

Validation of source apportionment results

14:15-14:45

keynote

E121

Judith Chow

Desert Research Institute

Improved optical and chemical characterization methods for PM2.5 source appointment

14:45-15:15

keynote

E122

Guangyu Shi

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS

Vertical observation of atmospheric aerosol

15:15-15:45

keynote

1130

Daizhou Zhang

Prefectural University of Kumamoto

Bacterial concentration and viability associated with dust in Asian continent outflow at southwestern
Japan

15:45-16:00

tea break & poster

Room 201B-C
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T5.2 Health effects of aerosol and indoor Air quality


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Rongbiao Xiang (Hua Zhong Agricultural University) & Wang-Kun Chen (Jinwen Unversity of Science and Technology)
16:00-16:15

oral

653

Rongbiao Xiang

Hua Zhong Agricultural University

Air quality in several kitchens in rural Hubei Province, China

16:15-16:30

oral

716

Yanpeng Li

Chang'an University

Assessment of airborne bacteria and fungi in different indoor environments of university: A case
study in Changan University, China

16:30-16:45

oral

933

Soleil Feng

Shanghai University of Sport

Did PM2.5 decrease performance of runners in 2013 Shanghai international marathon?

16:45-17:00

oral

760

Jungang Dong

Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology

Horizontal distribution characteristics of indoor PM2.5 and VOCs in a furniture market

17:00-17:15

oral

E127

Chang-Fu Wu

Taiwan University

Investigating the effects of PM2.5 number concentration from different sources on lung function

17:15-17:30

oral

E128

Wang-Kun Chen

Jinwen Unversity of Science and Technology

A Framework for the systematic analysis of air quality and energy conservation inside a building

Room 201D
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T5.1 Characteristics and source of fine particle


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: James J. Lee (Yunlin University of Science and Technology) & Chung-Shin Yuan (Sun Yat-sen University)
16:00-16:15

oral

828

Chung-Shin Yuan

Sun Yat-sen University

Chemical composition and tempospatial distribution of atmospheric fine particles over the coastal
and offshore regions in the Taiwan Strait

16:15-16:30

oral

E146

James J. Lee

Yunlin University of Science and Technology

Seasonal characteristics of chemical compositions on atmospheric PM2.5 in Douliou, Taiwan

16:30-16:45

oral

E148

Chi-feng Chen

Chinese Culture University Department of


Natural Resource

Correlation analysis of PM2.5 and other air pollutants and climatic factors at 8 Taiwanese long-term
monitoring stations

16:45-17:00

oral

E189

Xiaoying Li

Peking University

Characteristics and sources of fine particulate matter over the Yellow Sea and the Bohai Sea

17:00-17:15

oral

645

Kang-Shin Chen

Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung

Characteristics of aerosols at semiconductor plants in central Taiwan and at coastal area in


Southern Taiwan

17:15-17:30

oral

E158

Yuan-Chung Lin

Sun Yat-sen University

Emission characteristics of diesel engines fueled with butanol/biodiesel/diesel blends

17:30-17:45

oral

E143

Kai Hsien Chi

Yang-ming University

Evaluation of Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins and Dibenzofurans distributed in TSPs and PM2.5


in urban and industrial area in Taiwan

Room 203B
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Time

Activity

T5.5 Carbon measurement and analysis


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Judith Chow (Desert Research Institute) & John Waston (Desert Research Institute)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E133

Tzung-May Fu

Peking University

Carbonaceous aerosols in China constraints on primary emissions and secondary formation


pathways

09:00-09:20

oral

E123

Kochy Fung

AtmAA Inc.

History of the development of particulate carbon measurement methods

09:20-09:40

oral

E124

A. D.A. Hansen

Magee Scientific

Aerosol black carbon: origins, effects, and measurements

09:40-10:00

oral

E125

Xiaoliang Wang

Desert Research Institute

Enhanced thermal/optical analysis for aerosol elemental, molecular, and optical properties

10:00-10:20

oral

762

L.-W. Antony Chen

Desert Research Institute

Volatility and molecular fingerprint of atmospheric brown carbon aerosol

10:20-10:40

tea break

10:40-11:00

oral

1104

Gria Monik

Aerosol d.o.o.

Characterization of black carbon concentration, sources and age using an Aethalometer AE33
Water soluble organic carbon (WSOC) of aerosols in continental urban pollution atmosphere
derived from the OC/EC measurements by IMPROVE A method
The solution of source apportionment applied in PM2.5

11:00-11:15

oral

E195

Xiong Tang

Research Center for Eco-Environmental


Sciences, CAS

11:15-11:30

oral

E126

Suxia Yang

Beijing Saak-Mar Environmental Instrument Ltd.

11:30-12:30

Question & Discussion

12:30-13:50

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T5.6 Urban and regional air pollution


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Chang-Tang Chang (Ilan University) & Jun Tao (South China Institute of Environmental Sciences)
13:50-14:15

invited

E180

Chang-Tang Chang

Ilan University

Assessment upon characteristics of PM2.5 in Taiwans industrial zone

14:15-14:30

oral

E144

Jie Wang

Wuxi CAS Photonics Co., Ltd.

The applications of aerosol lidar in the stereo-monitoring of complex atmospheric pollution (Haze)
Elemental composition and morphology of individual aerosol particles in the northeastern urban
area of Beijing in the early summer time

14:30-14:45

oral

532

Pengli Duan

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental


Science

14:45-15:00

oral

829

Cheng-Chih Chang

Sun Yat-sen University

Tempospatial variation and chemical composition of PM2.5 at Matsu islands

15:00-15:15

oral

E142

Ming-tung Chuang

Central University

The long range transport and chemical evolution of biomass burning aerosol originating from
Southeast Asia

15:15-15:30

oral

669

Zhaoyang Meng

Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences

Ambient Ammonia and Ammonium aerosol at a rural site in the North China plain

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

E196

Jun Tao

South China Institute of Environmental


Sciences, Ministry of Environmental Protection

Control of PM2.5 in Guangzhou during 16th Asian Games period: implication for the hazy weather
prevention

16:15-16:30

oral

E149

Yanlun Su

Sun Yat-sen University

Field monitoring and chemical analysis of fine particles (PM2.5) in the atmosphere of Kaohsiung City

16:30-16:45

oral

E84

Binyu Kuang

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

Size distribution characteristics of organosulfates in humic-like substances in the Pearl River Delta
Region

16:45-17:00

oral

E197

Ye Yu

Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and


Engineering Research Institute

Characterization of aerosol number size distribution and formation events in an urban environment
of Northwestern China

17:00-17:15

oral

E38

Jing Duan

Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences

Characteristics and relationship of PM, PM10, PM2.5 concentration in a polluted city in northern China

17:15-17:30

oral

E200

Ting Qiao

East China University of Science & Technology

Characterization of PM and Microclimate in a Shanghai Subway Tunnel, China

17:30-17:45

oral

72

Atar Singh Pipal

University of Pune

Day and night variability of carbonaceous aerosols during winter season of 2011-12 over World
heritage site at Agra, India

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T5.9 Aerosol impact on environment and climate change


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Gehui Wang (Institute of Earth Environment) & Jianzhen Yu (Hong Kong University of Science & Technology)
08:30-09:00

keynote

950

Jianzhen Yu

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

Recent advances in organic speciation of PM2.5: analytical methods and source apportionment

09:00-09:15

oral

E163

Jun He

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China

The impact of biomass burning emissions on the regional air quality in Southeast Asia

09:15-09:30

oral

838

Hong Li

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental


Science

Characterization of surface organic active substances of atmospheric aerosol fine particles in the
northeastern urban area of Beijing in the early summer time

09:30-09:45

oral

873

Z. L. Zheng

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental


Sciences

Analysis on the characteristics of visibility in Jiaxing Zhejiang Province, China

09:45-10:00

oral

10:00-10:15

oral

932

Mitsuhiko Hata

Kanazawa University

Environmental loads from biomass combustion related to agriculture and agro-industries in Thailand

10:15-10:30

oral

E8

Wenhui Yang

Beijing Institute of Microbiology & Epidemiology

Establishment of an oral-nasal exposure model on guinea pig for Mycobacteriophage D29 aerosol
delivering

10:30-11:00

tea break

11:00-11:15

oral

E211

Gehui Wang

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Envolution of aerosol chemistry in Xi'an, inland China in the presence of dust

oral

788

Hilkka Timonen

Finnish Meteorological Institute

Using aerosol mass spectrometer for the identification of fine particle sources in Helsinki, Finland
The researches on the characteristics of photochemical processes and their modelling verification in
Guangzhou, China

11:15-11:30
11:30-11:45
11:45-12:00

oral

E199

Xuejiao Deng

Institute of Tropical and Marine Meteorology,


China Meteorological Administration

12:00-12:15

oral

1023

Mitsuhiko Hata

Kanazawa University

Measurement of nano-particle size distribution generated from wood biomass combustion

Tian Li

Nanjing University of Information Science and


Technology

Characteristics of inter-annual variations in the seasonality of haze days over Shandong Province in
recent 53 years

12:15-12:30

oral

E201

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T5.10 Aerosol Optical Properties & Aerosl and meteorological conditions


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chair: Xiangao Xia (Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS) & Xiaoling Zhang (Chinese Meteorology Administration)
14:00-14:15

oral

E202

Xiangao Xia

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS

Spatio-temporal variation of aerosol optical properties and direct radiative forcing in China

14:15-14:30

oral

128

Zhengqiang Li

Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth of


CAS

Influence of mixing states of particulate components on aerosol optical properties

14:30-14:45

oral

946

Weiwei Wang

China Meteorological Administration

Analysis of aerosol optical properties and the impact of air parcel transport in Namco region

14:45-15:00

oral

E166

Chao Xu

Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS

Similarities and differences of aerosol optical properties between southern and northern sides of the
Himalayas

15:00-15:15

oral

E13

Weixiong Zhao

Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics,


CAS

Aerosol absorption and single scattering Albedo measurement with the newly developed aerosol
single scattering Albedometer

15:15-15:30

oral

E204

Peipei Tao

Nanjing University of Science & Technology

Experimental and theoretical investigation of aerosol optical properties

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

E67

Xiaoling Zhang

Chinese Meteorology Administration

Aerosol optical properties and radiative forcing during the regional pollution episodes in North China

16:15-16:30

oral

E168

Ping Tian

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS

Characterization of the physicochemical compositions, optical properties and hygroscopic growth of


scattering coefficients of aerosols in Beijing during summertime

16:30-16:45

oral

E205

Suping Zhao

Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and


Engineering Research Institute, CAS

Effects of meteorological conditions on submicron particle number size distributions in urban


Lanzhou, Northwestern China

17:00-17:15

oral

E203

Caiqing Yan

Peking University

Factors Leading to Low Visibility in Beijing

17:15-19:00

Cocktail & poster

16:45-17:00

Room 203C
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Time

Activity

T5.3 Aerosol Instrument and measurement


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chair: David Pui (University of Minnesota) & Zhenxing Shen (Xian Jiaotong University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E129

David Pui

University of Minnesota

Measurement of air/liquid/surface-borne nanoparticles in support of sustainable nanotechnology

09:00-09:15

oral

E130

Markus Pesch

Grimm Co.

Semi volatile compounds (SVC) in PM values

09:15-09:30

oral

E131

Bo Huang

Hexin Analytical Instrument Co., Ltd.

The application of the on-line mass spectrometry technique on the PM2.5 source apportionment

09:30-09:45

oral

E132

Jianguo Deng

Tsinghua University

Development of a two stage virtual impactor for stationary source PM10 and PM2.5 sampling

09:45-10:00

oral

E210

Robert Zhou

TSI

Validation of new fast scanning mobility particle sizing system

10:00-10:15

oral

494

J. Spielvogel

Palas GmbH

New certified optical system for continuous PM-2.5 monitoring

10:15-10:30

oral

597

H.-J. Schmid

University of Paderborn

Application of a soft X-ray charger for SMPS measurements

10:30-11:00

tea break

11:00-11:15

oral

E135

A D.A. Hansen

Magee Scientific

Measurements of black carbon emission factors: individual vehicles, highway traffic, entire cities

11:15-11:30

oral

908

Chia Chen Wang

Sun Yat-sen University

Probing the intrinsic electronic and vibrational characteristics of aerosols via a multi-functional
aerosol instrument

11:45-12:00

ora

E134

Chun-Nan Liu

Chiao Tung University

A 10-stage NMCI (NCTU micro-orifice cascade impactor) for measuring mass distribution of
particles from 56 nm to 10 m

12:00-12:15

oral

E136

Yi-ling Liu

Jusun Instruments Co., Ltd.

A semi-continuous monitoring system (PPWD-WEP) for water soluble ionic species in PM2.5 and
precursor gases

12:15-12:30

oral

889

G. Biskos

TU Delft

Highly resistive WO3-based nanostructured materials for solid-state NOx gas sensors

11:30-11:45

12:30-13:50

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20,2014


Time

Activity

T5.4 Fundamentals of aerosol physics and chemistry


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chair: Chih-Chieh Chen (Taiwan University ) & Weijun Li (Shandong University)


13:50-14:15

invited

E153

Chih-Chieh Chen

Taiwan University

Evaluation of PM2.5 sampling and measurement techniques

14:15-14:30

oral

151

Q. He

Huazhong University of Science & Technology

The asymptotic analysis and analytical solution of TEMOM model for particle population balance
equation due to Brownian coagulation

14:30-14:45

oral

497

Karsten Wegner

ETH Zurich

On-line monitoring of primary and agglomerate particle dynamics

14:45-15:00

oral

794

D. Markauskas

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Simulation of acoustic particle agglomeration under different frequencies

15:00-15:15

oral

E191

Manli Yang

Shanghai University

Simulating the compositional distribution evolution of drop with the flux model

15:15-15:30

oral

E140

Deqin Zhang

Fudan University

Interannual variation of cloud and precipitation and their relationship with aerosols

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15
16:15-16:30

oral

648

Weijun Li

Shandong University

Mixing state and hygroscopicity of dust and haze particles before leaving the Chinese continent in
the East Asian outflow

16:30-16:45

oral

770

Hao Jian

Nanjing University of Information Science and


Technology

The Growth of nucleation mode particles at Mount Huang

16:45-17:00

oral

936

Lili Tang

Jiangsu Environmental Monitoring Center

Aging of atmospheric organic aerosol during summertime in Nanjing: insights from on-line
measurement

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T5.7 Aerosol Technology and control (I)


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chair: Hsiu-Po Kuo (Chang Gung University) & Chuen-Jinn Tsai (Chiao Tung University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

675

Chuen-Jinn Tsai

Chiao Tung University

The mass measurement accuracy of fine particles and nanoparticles by using the aerosol particle
mass analyzer

09:00-09:15

oral

180

Sheng Chen

Tsinghua University

Experimental Investigation on initial deposition of ne charged particles on a single ber

09:15-09:30

oral

E159

Chi-ru Yang

Chia nan University of Pharmacy & Science

Development of less-polluting incense: addition citrus wastes in incense material

09:30-09:45

oral

765

Xing Li

Xi'an Jiaotong University

Motion of submicron particles in a supersonic laminar boundary layer under hypergravity

09:45-10:00

oral

E193

Mingliang Wu

China Institute for Radiation Protection

Experimental study on encapsulating the aerosol by atomization

10:00-10:15

oral

451

Hsiu-Po Kuo

Chang Gung University

Effect of massing time on properties of granules prepared from a high shear granulator

10:15-10:30

oral

E160

Syu-Ruei Jhang

Sun Yat-sen University

Effects of traditional pollutant and Carbonyl compounds emission from Hydrogen-gasoline bifuel
engine system

10:30-11:00

tea break

11:00-11:15

oral

519

J. Haapanen

Tampere University of Technology

TiO2/SiO2 binary nanoparticle coating for paperboard on roll-to-roll process

11:15-11:30

oral

802

Topi Rnkk

Tampere University of Technology

Physical characteristics of fine particles emitted from an oil-fired heating plant

11:30-11:45

oral

335

Wei Peng

Tsinghua University

Preliminary analysis of graphite dust resuspension in the steam generator

11:45-12:00

oral

696

Ke Shen

Tsinghua University

The study of graphite dust generation in pebble bed high temperature gas cooled reactor

12:00-12:15

oral

491

Shang-Wen Yao

Chang Gung University

Preparation of TiO2 coated silica gels and their applications to toluene degradation in a fluidized bed
photoreactor

12:15-12:30

oral

388

Wen-Yu Chen

Chang Gung University

Surface coating of group B iron powders in a spouted bed

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

T5.8 Aerosol Technology and control (II)

No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chair: Duoxing Yang (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, Chinese Earthquake Administration) & Mingzhou Yu (China Jiliang University )
14:00-14:15

oral

E162

Shang-Ru Wu

Yunlin University of Science and Technology

A study of synthesizing antibacterial material from fly ash to remove bioaerosols in indoor air

14:15-14:30

oral

441

Chen-Pei Hsu

Chang Gung University

Analysis of the rice husk pyrolysis products from a fluidized bed reactor

14:30-14:45

oral

E155

Duoxing Yang

Chinese Earthquake Administration

An Updated CE/SE Method for incompressible multiphase flows in porous media and its
applications

14:45-15:00

oral

E156

Chun-Nan Liu

Chiao Tung University

Theoretical analysis of evaporation loss of PM2.5 particles during filter sampling

15:00-15:15

oral

E157

Xingcai Li

Ningxia University

The effect of non-uniform charged particle on the propagation of electromagnetic wave

15:15-15:30

oral

E161

Jia-Twu Lee

Pingtung University of Science & Technology

Three-dimensional simulation of the spunlace head tube

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

E118

Longfei Chen

Beihang University

The modeling and experimental study of a continuous-flow condensation particle counters operating
at high temperatures

16:15-16:30

oral

440

Wei-Ting Tseng

Chang Gung University

Effects of the end wall shearing on the segregation band evolution in a rotating drum

16:30-16:45

oral

E194

Mingzhou Yu

China Jiliang University

Characteristics of nanoparticle size distribution with a constant injection in a test chamber

16:45-17:00

oral

E154

An-Ni Huang

Chang Gung University

Reactivation of CFBC bottom ashes using steam hydration

17:00-19:00

Cocktail & poster

Poster

T5 Aerosol

No.

Authors

E207

R. J. Zhang, J. Jing, J. Tao, S. C. Hsu, G. H. Wang,


J. J. Cao, C. S. Lee, L. H. Zhu, Z. M. Chen, Y. Zhao,
Z. X. Shen

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS

Chemical characterization and source apportionment of PM2.5 in Beijing: Seasonal perspective

719

Junji Cao, Zhenxing Shen, Shuncheng Lee, Suixin


Liu, Chongshu Zhu, Qian Zhang, Jiao Mu

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Reconstruct the historical ambient PM2.5 levels through visibility over Xian in Northwest China

60

Chih-Wei Lin, Yu-Mei Kuo, Chia-Wei Hsu,


Sheng-Hsiu Huang, Chih-Chieh Chen

Taiwan University

Experimental study of a louvered electrostatic precipitator

70

Xuanyu Wang

Institute of NBC Defense

Granular characteristics and infrared extinction coefficients of graphite aerosol

217

Jin-Rui Ding, Pil-Jo Lyoo, Kyo-Seon Kim

Kangwon University

Aerosol flame synthesis of WO3 thin films with controlled morphologies for solar energy harvest

274

Baosheng LI, Jun Ma, Limei Xu, Qian Deng, Junling


Huang, Zhengqiang Li

Heifei University of Technology

Method of aerosol absorption detection with photothermal interferometry

366

L. Hillemann, F. Babick, M. Stintz

TU Dresden

Measurement of the dynamic shape factor of gold nanorods

481

Yu-Mei Kuo, Ting-Ho Kuo, Sheng-Hsiu Huang,


Chih-Chieh Chen

Taiwan University

Yeast particle in an electrodynamic balance

523

X. Z. Zhen, Z. Wei, H. -J. Schmid

University of Paderborn

Measurement of binary aerosol droplet formation

562

Pengfei Yin, Xiaoshu Cai, Dean S. Venables, Jun


Chen

University of Shanghai for Science and


Technology

A novel, broadband spectroscopic method to measure the extinction coefficient of secondary


organic aerosols in the near-ultraviolet

664

Ho-Tang Liao, Cheng-Pin Kuo, Charles C.-K. Chou,


Judith C. Chow, Chang-Fu Wu

Taiwan University

Improved receptor modeling of air pollutants using a composite data set with multiple time
resolutions

681

P. Tian, R.J. Zhang, P. Yan, G.F. Wang, Y. Wu

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS

Impacts of aerosol chemical compositions on optical properties in urban Beijing, China

688

Junshan Jing, Yunfei Wu, Renjian Zhang, Huizheng


Che, ,Xiangao Xia, Peng Yan1, Deming Zhao, Jun
Tao, Leiming Zhang

China Meteorological Administration

Observation and analysis of optical properties of atmospheric aerosols in Beijing urban area

710

Qiyuan Wang, Junji Cao, Yongming Han, Gehui


Wang, Guohui Li, Yichen Wang, Wenting Dai,
Renjian Zhang

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Mixing state of black carbon aerosol in a heavily polluted urban area of China: Implications for light
absorption enhancement

723

Yicheng Wang, Junji Cao, Ningning Zhang

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Coal combustion and cause of frequent aerosol pollution in Xian, China

726

Wenting Jia, Tafeng Hu, Junji Cao

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Investigations of indoor air quality of five site museums in Southern China

732

Chunlei Cheng, Gehui Wang, Bianhong Zhou,


Jingjing Meng, Jianjun Li, Junji Cao, Shun Xiao

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Comparison of dicarboxylic acids and related compounds in aerosol samples collected in Xian,
China during haze and clean periods

735

C. G. Lee, C. S. Yuan,S. W. Liao, W. L. Lai

Tajen University

Titration effect of ozone formed in fireworks display during a lantern festival in Taiwan

740

Ping Wang, JunJi Cao, Zhenxing Shen,


Yongming Han, Chongshu Zhu, Qiyuan Wang

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Spatial and seasonal variations of PM2.5 mass and species during 2010 in Xian, China

753

Ji Chen, Junji Cao, Weiyu Shi

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Effects of grazing on Reco, NEE, and GEE in the meadow grassland on the Tibetan Plateau during
the growing season

764

Zhenxing Shen, Qian Zhang, Li Liu, Junji Cao,


Suixin Liu

Xi'an Jiaotong University

The chemical characteristic of PM2.5 in Xian: contribution of biomass burning source

771

Shuyu Zhao, Xuexi Tie, and Junji Cao

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Effects of meteorological conditions on high BC concentration at Xian from 2003 to 2007

780

Danping Pan, Jinpei Yan, Yanpeng Guo, Jingjing


Bao, Linjun Yang

Southeast University

On-line measurement of aerosol from desulfurization flue gas based on aerosol mass spectrometry

782

Yaqing Zhou, Junji Cao, Qiyuan Wang

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Aerosol optical properties in winter Xian, China

795

Chidong Xu, Yufeng Ji, Weikai Fang, Zhanying


Zhang, Dongsheng Yu

Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, CAS

Inversion methods of concentration of particulate matter pollution by lidar

796

Yong Zhang, Changlin Zhan, Jiaquan Zhang, Jingru


Zheng, Ruizhen Yao, Wensheng Xiao, Junji Cao

Hubei Polytechnic University

Risk assessment and sources apportionment of atmospheric dustfall along the national highway
316 in southeast Hubei Province, China

798

Xin Long, Xuexi Tie, Junji Cao

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Regional air quality evaluating by RS and GIS

821

C. Wei, Y. Han, B. Bandow, J. Cao, W. Wilcke

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Seasonal variation of selected polycyclic aromatic compounds and its relationship with carbon
fractions in Xian, China

822

Pengfei Tian, Lei Zhang, Xianjie Cao

Lanzhou University

EMD-CIIT lidar signal denoising for aerosol detection

840

Nana Yi, Lei Zhang, Xianjie Cao, Jiening Liang,


Pengfei Tian, Yanjun Li

Lanzhou University

Comparative analysis on radiative forcing of black carbon and dust aerosol over SACOL

850

Jiandong Li, Xuexi Tie, Junji Cao

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Variation of planetary boundary layer and its impact on aerosol concentration

856

Xiaobo Zheng, Yongxiang Han, Xiaojuan Zhang

Guizhou Province Climate Center

Variation characteristics and influencing factors of visibility over Sichuan province in recent 50 Years

861

Pengshan Tian, Yongming Han, Yichen Wang, Junji


Cao

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Aerosol composition and its effect on visibility in Xian, China

865

Z. L. Zheng, K. Zhang, F. H. Chai, J. S. Li, Q. Yang,


X. C. Zhong, Y. N. Liu

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental


Sciences

Characteristic of TSP, PM10 and PM2.5 in industrial zone of a typical industrial cityin the case of
Zhuzhou

867

X. S. Ke, K. Zhang, L. F. Sheng

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental


Sciences

Research progress of atmospheric dustfall and heavy metal pollution

901

Chu-Fang Wang , Yi-Kong Hsieh

Tsing Hua University

The determination of ultrafine, fine and coarse airborne particles by ELPI collection at Taichung,
Taiwan using LA-ICP-MS and SEM/EDX

944

Zhang Tong, Thunyapat Thongyen, Akira Toriba,


Mitsuhiko Hata, Linfa Bao, Yoshio Otani, Masami
Furuuchi,Takuji Ikeda, Hiromi Koyama

Kanazawa University

Development of a high volume particle size classifier for collecting nanoparticles

1056

Lina Gao, Haihe Liang, Renjian Zhang

China Meteorological Administration

Some statistical feathers distinguishing fog from haze in China during 2013

E170

Shih-Yu Chang

Chung Shan Medical University

The hourly measurements of secondary inorganic ions and precursor gases during the summer
monsoon in a sub-urban area

E171

Chih-Ming Ma

St. Mary's Junior College of Medicine, Nursing


and Management

The particulate characteristics and emission control at Yilan river coast

E172

Bor-Yann Chen

Ilan University

Comparative analysis on characteristics of suspended particles in South Asia

E173

Chia-Wei Lee

Kaohsiung First University of Science and


Technology

A smog chamber study on the SOA formation from photochemical oxidation of local anthropogenic
and biogenic VOC precursors

E174

Chiu-Yang Chen

Ming Chi University of Technology

PM2.5 concentrations variation and control strategies assessment in Northern Taiwan

E175

Kae-Long Lin

Ilan University

Effects on characteristics of the SiO2-to-Na2O-ratio on nano-SiO2 metakaolin-based geopolymers

E176

Chung-Hsuang Hung

Kaohsiung First University of Science and


Technology

Causing high-concentrated fine particulate matters by continental highs in the atmosphere of Taiwan
Strait and Taiwan

E177

Ming-Jui Hung

Ming Chi University of Technology

Discussion of the effectiveness of airborne particles and bioaerosols by UVGI system combines
efficient bag filters for hospitals to improve air quality

E178

Hsiao-Hsuan Mi

Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science

VOCs characteristics and its control in the inflow station of petro-industrial wastewater plant

E179

Yu-Chieh Chen

Chung Shan Medical University

The influence of urban air pollution on atmospheric visibility degradation: comparing the
contributions of aerosol inorganic ions on light extinction among different seasons

E182

Jun Guo, Yan Yin

Nanjing University of Information Science &


Technology

Potential of Mineral Dust in Changing the Sea Surface Temperature and Precipitation over East Asia

E183

Zheng Zong, Yin Fang, Chongguo Tian, Yingjun


Chen

Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, CAS

The Characteristics of Carbonaceous Fractions in PM2.5 at the Yellow River Delta in Summer

E184

Yanchun Gao, Jian Wu, Deming Zhao

Yunnan University

Land cover variation impact on BVOCs' emission and climate change in east Asia

E185

Jianguo Luo, Jian Wu

Yunnan University

The aerosols impacts on light rain over eastern China

E187

Zhaolin Gu

Xian Jiaotong University

Development of physical mechanism of the aerosol condensation in urban canopy layer

E188

Gang Li, Wu Zhang, Hongyu Li, Zuqin Deng

Institute of Arid Meteorology

Property of carbonaceous aerosols during spring over outskirts of LanZhou

E56

Dong Zhou, Zhongyang Luo, Mengxiang Fang,


Hong Xu, Yaqian Ning, Zhenglun Shi

Zhejiang University

Preliminary experimental study of acoustic agglomeration of coal-fired fine particles

E147

Yu-chun Wang

Chung Yuan Christian University

Time series analysis for fine particulate matters in Taiwan metropolitans

E152

Yu-chun Wang

Chung Yuan Christian University

Concentrations and composition of fine particulate matter in metropolitans Taipei and Kaohsiung.

E150

Huei-jhong Ye

Chinese Culture University

Study on the spatial estimation of PM2.5 using ordinary kriging

E208

Yongcheng Jiang

Nanjing University of Information Science and


Technology

Characteristics of atmospheric boundary layer and regional transport for haze episodes in Fuzhou
during January 2013

E167

L. H. Ren

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental


Sciences

Chemical composition and mass reconstruction of PM2.5 measured by aircraft along Yangtze River
area in China

734

Chongshu Zhu

Institute of earth environment, CAS

Black carbon aerosol at a high altitude location in western Tibetan Plateau

773

Tafeng Hu

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Inter-comparison of mass and number concentrations of major constituents in PM 2.5 in Xian

720

Nan Li

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Top-down estimate of carbonaceous aerosol emissions in the Pearl River Delta region using
community multiscale air quality model

E165

Yunwei Zhang

Fudan University

Evolution of aerosol vertical distribution over particulate pollution events in Shanghai

1008

Jiang Ma

Beijing Centre for Physical and Chemical


Analysis

A laser trapping-spectroscopy study on mass transfer processes across a single micro-droplet/air


interface

E209

Yu Lei

Environmental Meteorology Forecast Center of


Beijing-Tianjin-Heibei, CMA

Study of weekend effect of PM2.5 and reactive gases in Beijing

E213

Tianliang Zhao, Jie Xiong, Yu Liu, Yongxiang Han,


Feng Liu

Nanjing University of Information Science and


Technology

Sensitivity simulation on contribution of desertification on the Tibetan Plateau to dust aerosols over
East Asia

E214

Cheng-Chih Chang

Sun Yat-sen University

Seasonal variation and source apportionment of atmospheric fine particles at the Matsu islands

T6 Modeling and Simulation


Room 311A
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T6.1 Discrete element methods


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Guodong Jin (Institute of Mechanics, CAS) & Runyu Yang (The University of New South Wales)
14:00-14:15

oral

307

Frederik Elskamp

Ruhr-Universitt Bochum

A comparative study of phenomenological screening process models based on discrete element


simulations

14:15-14:30

oral

E90

Xinxin Ren

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

GPU-based discrete element simulation on a tote blender for performance improvement

University of Leeds

Analysis of effect of particle size and shape on the particle motion and internal stresses in a paddle
mixer

14:30-14:45

oral

361

Ali
Hassanpour
Rudbari

14:45-15:00

oral

248

Kejun Dong

University of New South Wales

A novel method to model non-spherical particles for discrete particle simulation

15:00-15:15

oral

219

Liang Li

Chalmers University of Technology

Particle motion in a wurster coater studied using the discrete element method

15:15-15:30

oral

283

Yuxi Zhang

Northeastern University

2D MPFEM modeling on the compaction of composite particles

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

556

Robert Wilson

Imperial College London

A study of adhesion models in DEM simulations

16:15-16:30

oral

486

Colin Hare

University of Leeds

Analysis of the influence of particle shape on flowability by the Distinct Element Method

16:30-16:45

oral

340

Vincent Brger

Technische Universitt Mnchen

Particle contact model parameter estimation for a colloidal silica system using confocal laser
scanning microscopy

16:45-17:00

oral

888

Stefan Luding

University of Twente

Micro-macro correlations for frictional granular assemblies under uniaxial and shear deformation.

17:00-17:15

oral

116

Fuping Qian

Anhui University of Technology

CFD-DEM simulation of the filtration characteristic of the fibrous media based on microstructure

17:15-17:30

oral

493

Alberto Di Renzo

University of Calabria

A drag force repartition model for fluid-particle polydisperse systems

17:30-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T6.1 Discrete element methods


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Shunying Ji (Dalian University of Technology) & Maxim Puchkov (Center for Innovations in Computer-Aided Pharmaceutics)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E270

Toshitsugu Tanaka

Osaka University

Recent developments in the DEM-CFD modeling of dense gas-solid flows

Johannes Kepler University Linz

Coarse graining for large-scale DEM simulations of particle flow an investigation on contact and
cohesion models

09:00-09:15

oral

355

Daniel Schiochet
Nasato

09:15-09:30

oral

281

Yuanyun Wen

Tsinghua University

Comparative study on the characterization method of particle mixing index using DEM method

09:30-09:45

oral

86

Maksym Dosta

Hamburg University of Technology

Component-based architecture of the DEM modeling framework

09:45-10:00

oral

244

Chunlei Pei

University of Birmingham; University of Surrey

Contact electrification of particles with arbitrary shapes in a rotating drum

10:00-10:15

oral

592

John P. Morrissey

The University of Edinburgh

Measurement and prediction of compression and shear behavior of wet iron ore fines

10:15-10:30

oral

61

A. A. Mirghasemi

University of Tehran

Numerical simulation of tortuosity effect on the montmorillonite permeability

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

178

Runyu Yang

The University of New South Wales

Numerical modelling of die and unconfined compactions of wet particles

oral

162

Marek Molenda

Institute of Agrophysics, Polish Academy of


Sciences

Influence of mode of representation of shape of oblong particle on results of DEM simulations of


uniaxial compression of granular assembly

11:45-12:00

oral

505

R. Kaianauskas

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Critical assessment of visco-elastic damping models used in DEM simulations

12:00-12:15

oral

912

Simone Loreti

University of Surrey

DEM modeling of fragmentation of pharmaceutical ribbons during impact

12:15-12:30

oral

500

Raimondas
Jaseviius

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University;


Vilnius University

Numerical modeling of bacterium-surface interaction by applying DEM

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

11:15-11:30
11:30-11:45

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T6.1 Discrete element methods


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Yuanqiang Tan (Xiangtan University) & Zongyan Zhou (The University of New South Wales)
14:00-14:15

oral

145

Kingsly Ambrose

Kansas State University

DEM modeling of wheat milling using single sphere approach

14:15-14:30

oral

333

Rafal Kobylka

Institute of Agrophysics, Polish Academy of


Sciences

DEM modelling of loads on obstructions buried in grain in a storage silo

14:30-14:45

oral

766

Shun Okada

Tohoku University

DEM simulation of collapse phenomena caused by adhesion force between particles

15:00-15:15

oral

334

Rafal Kobylka

Institute of Agrophysics, Polish Academy of


Sciences

Development of rarefaction wave at discharge initiation of storage silo DEM simulation

15:15-15:30

oral

324

Duy Nguyen

Chalmers University of Technology

Numerical modeling of breakage and adhesion of loose fine-particle agglomerates

15:30-16:00

tea break

16:00-16:15

oral

263

Christopher
M. Wensrich

The University of Newcastle

Die compaction of an iron powder: numerical simulations and comparisons to bulk stress
measurements using neutron diffraction

16:30-16:45

oral

240

Mengmeng Yang

Tsinghua University

Discrete element simulation of particle clogging between two isolated fibers

16:45-17:00

oral

30

Christopher Ness

University of Edinburgh

Discrete element simulations of dense granular material in confined channel flow a mechanism for
shear band formation

17:00-17:15

oral

510

Mehrdad Pasha

University of Leeds

Effect of particle shape on bulk particle motion in discrete element simulations

14:45-15:00

16:15-16:30

17:15-17:30
18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T6.1 Discrete element methods


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Wei Ge (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS) & Toshitsugu Tanaka (Osaka University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E223

Antonio Munjiza

Queen Mary University of London

Towards virtual experimentation based biological nanoscience

09:00-09:15

oral

591

John P. Morrissey

The University of Edinburgh

effect of solid cohesion and friction on silo discharge

09:15-09:30

oral

90

Nan Gui

China University of Petroleum

Effect of wavy configuration on particle mixing and heat conduction in a rotating tumbler

09:30-09:45

oral

73

R. Ramachandran

The State University of New Jersey

Multi-scale PBM-DEM development and efficient simulation of a wet granulation process

09:45-10:00

oral

261

C. M. Wensrich

The University of Newcastle

Homogenization of stress in discrete element modeling: the illusion of stress asymmetry

10:00-10:15

oral

868

Yong Xu

China Agricultural University

Numerical and experimental study of interlocking arch in silo discharge with spherical particles

10:15-10:30

oral

57

Sergiy Antonyuk

Hamburg University of Technology

Numerical and experimental study of micrometer-sized titanium dioxide agglomerates

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

375

Jin Y. Ooi

The University of Edinburgh

Simulation of cemented granular materials using the discrete element method

11:15-11:30

oral

899

Subhash C. Thakur

Procter and Gamble Technical Centers LTD.

Micromechanical study of effects of DEM model parameters on bulk behaviour of cohesive solids in
uniaxial test simulation

11:30-11:45

oral

E66

Yuanqiang Tan

Xiangtan University

On the yield strength and thixotrophy of fresh concrete by DEM simulation

11:45-12:00

oral

560

Robert Wilson

Imperial College London

Using a novel elastic-plastic force-displacement model for discrete element simulations of bulk
compaction

12:00-12:15

oral

781

Martin Schilling

BASF SE

Calibration and validation of the properties of bulk solids for numerical/DEM simulations of industrial
processes

12:15-12:30

oral

149

Guichao Wang

The University of Newcastle

Modeling the motion of a collected particle over the surface of a bubble

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Room 311B
Monday afternoon, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

No.

T6.2 Euler-Lagrange approaches + T6.4 Population balance and molecular models


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Jonathan Seville (University of Surrey) & Hui Zhao (China University of Petroleum)
14:00-14:15

oral

378

Yuqing Feng

CSIRO Computational Informatics

A numerical assessment of the effect of particle size distribution on sand retention over sand
screens

14:15-14:30

oral

553

Henrik Strm

Chalmers University of Technology

Detailed simulations of the effect of particle deformation and particle-fluid heat transfer on
particle-particle interactions in liquids

14:30-14:45

oral

551

Liuchao Qiu

China Agriculture University

A coupling model of DEM and LBM for fluid flow through porous media

14:45-15:00

oral

470

Jumpei Fujimoto

Osaka University

A heat and mass transfer model for DEM-CFD particle-drying simulations

15:00-15:15

oral

558

R. Guadarrama-Lara

University of Leeds

A meso-scale model for fluid-microstructure interactions

15:15-15:30

oral

377

Qinfu Hou

The University of New South Wales

Heat flux by averaging method of particle-fluid flow

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

284

Mubashir Hussain

Otto von Guericke University

A new approach in population balance modeling of spray fluidized bed agglomeration

16:15-16:30

oral

776

Hiroyuki Kan

Osaka Prefecture University

Particle-to-particle adhesion by dynamic liquid bridge

16:30-16:45

oral

565

Stelios Rigopoulos

Imperial College London

Population balance modelling in turbulent flows: closure problem and a methodolagy for its solution

16:45-17:00

oral

321

A. Haarmann

University of Wuppertal

Simulation of a particle wall contact at an atomic scale concerning the van der Waals-interaction

17:00-17:15

oral

117

Uyen Tu Lieu

Hokkaido University

Stability of restructured non-fractal aggregates in simple shear flow

17:15-17:30

oral

237

Navin Venugopal

Corning Incorporated

Validation of Rosin-Rammler particle size metrics via Monte Carlo simulations

17:30-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T6.2 Euler-Lagrange approaches


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Liang-Shih Fan (Ohio State University) & Yuqing Feng (CSIRO Computational Informatics)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E271

Aibing Yu

The University of New South Wales

Recent developments in the CFD-DEM modelling of particle-fluid flows

09:00-09:15

oral

787

Hamid Tavassoli

Eindhoven University of Technology

Direct numerical simulation of non-isothermal flows through stationary arrays of bidisperse spheres

09:15-09:30

oral

628

Xinyu Zhang

University of Nottingham Ningbo

Effects of particle density variation on gas-liquid-solid Flow characteristics


Efficient modeling of nanoparticle synthesis in a modular micoreaction technology setup
precondition for a dynamic flowsheet simulation

09:30-09:45

oral

473

Doris Segets

Friedrich-Alexander University of
Erlangen-Nuremberg

09:45-10:00

oral

344

Allan I. J. Love

University of Nottingham

Gas-particle flow modeling: beyond the dilute limit

10:00-10:15

oral

89

Yali Tang

Eindhoven University of Technology

Study on drag force in particle suspensions using immersed boundary method simulations

10:15-10:30

oral

E89

Limin Wang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Discrete particle simulation of gas-solid fluidization using a combined LBM-DEM model

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

428

Stefan Pirker

Johannes Kepler University Linz

Numerical study of a bi-disperse gas-solid fluidized bed using an Eulerian and Lagrangian hybrid
model

11:15-11:30

oral

53

Stefan Heinrich

Hamburg University of Technology

Investigations on the particle flow stability in a novel prismatic spouted bed

11:30-11:45

oral

254

Huiqing Tang

University of Science and Technology

Modeling of coal/coke combustion behavior in tuyere-raceway-drop zone in blast furnace

11:45-12:00

oral

433

Ali Abbas Zaidi

Osaka University

Hindered settling velocity & structure formation during particle settling by direct numerical simulation

12:00-12:15

oral

633

Kimiaki Washino

Osaka University

Direct numerical simulation of liquid penetration into a packed particle column

12:15-12:30

oral

629

Shiliang Yang

Zhejiang University

Towards high-fidelity simulations of circulating fluidized beds

12:30-13:45

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T6.4 Population balance and molecular models


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Stefan Pirker (Johannes Kepler University Linz) & Haibo Zhao (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
13:45-14:15

keynote

606

Maxim Puchkov

Center for Innovations in Computer-Aided


Pharmaceutics

Use of three-dimensional cellular automata as models for heterogeneous systems such as


pharmaceutical compacts

14:15-14:30

oral

730

Jiajia Tu

Chongqing University

Simulating the rheology of suspensions of SiO2-CaO-TiC using dissipative particle dynamics

14:30-14:45

oral

462

Christopher Ness

University of Edinburgh

Crystallisation in simple shear flow of monodisperse, soft, non-Brownian spherical particles

14:45-15:00

oral

111

Katja Meyer

Otto-von-Guericke University

Dynamic multi-zone population balance model of particle formulation in fluidized beds

15:00-15:15

oral

777

Yuhei Koizumi

Osaka Prefecture University

Effect of nanoparticle size on its cellular uptake: insights from MD simulation

15:15-15:30

oral

E5

Mingxu Su

University of Shanghai for Science and


Technology

Monte-Carlo simulation of multiple scattering of ultrasound by particles in liquid-solid two-phase flow

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

339

Xinze Zhen

University of Paderborn

Highly efficient Monte Carlo simulation of binary aerosol droplet formation

16:15-16:30

oral

775

Hideya Nakamura

Osaka Prefecture University

MD simulation of nanoparticle translocation through model cell membranes

16:30-16:45

oral

537

Petros Akridis

Imperial College London

Modelling of soot formation in a laminar coflow non-premixed flame with a detailed CFD-population
balance model

16:45-17:00

oral

502

Dongsheng Wen

Queen Mary University of London;


University of Leeds

Molecular dynamics simulation of interfacial heat transport from a gold nanoparticle

17:00-17:15

oral

460

Akinola Falola

University of Leeds

Novel population balance modelling of stirred media nanomilling of -Alumina

17:15-17:30

oral

559

Stefan Palis

Otto von Guericke University

Online parameter identification of facet growth kinetics in crystal morphology population balance
models

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

T6.2 Euler-Lagrange approaches

No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Yuntian Feng (Swansea University) & Kun Luo (Zhejiang University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E224

Yuntian Feng

Swansea University

Coupled lattice Boltzmann and discrete element modelling of multi-physics problems in fluid-particle
systems

09:00-09:15

oral

425

Tariq Mahmud

University of Leeds

CFD simulation of a counter-current spray drying tower with stochastic treatment of particle-wall
collision

09:15-09:30

oral

474

Srdjan Sasic

Chalmers University of Technology

A combined tracking technique for investigating fuel mixing in gas-solid fluidized beds how
important is the particulate phase stress tensor?

09:30-09:45

oral

79

Takuya Tsuji

Osaka University

Behavior of flow including dense solid particles near a wall

09:45-10:00

oral

171

Yupeng Xu

Eindhoven University of Technology

Numerical simulation of gas effects during granular cratering

10:00-10:15

oral

23

Hui Cao

University of Leeds

A numerical study on the dissolution behavior of sodium carbonate tablets using lattice Boltzmann
method

10:15-10:30

oral

594

Xuesong Lu

University of Cambridge

Two-fluid and discrete element simulations of fluidization

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

1027

Guodong Jin

Institute of Mechanics, CAS

A particle subgrid scale model for large-eddy simulation of particle-laden turbulence

11:15-11:30

oral

617

Darryel Boucher

McGill University

PEPT validation of CFD and DEM modeling of fine quartz particles in a mixing vessel

11:30-11:45

oral

253

Huiqing Tang

University of Science and Technology

Simulation study on performance of novel oxygen-coal lance for pulverized coal combustion inside
blast furnace tuyere

11:45-12:00

oral

363

Selasi Dogbe

University of Leeds

Simulation of a spiral jet mill

12:00-12:15

oral

573

Johan Remmelgas

AstraZeneca R&D

Simulation of the flow of cohesive particles in a model inhaler using a CFD/DEM model

12:15-12:30

oral

761

Prashant Gupta

University of Edinburgh

Validation and verification of an open source DEM-CFD code: LammpsFOAM

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Room 311C
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

T6.5 Fundamentals of modeling and simulation + T6.6 Applications of modeling and simulation
No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Srdjan Sasic (Chalmers University of Technology) & Ning Yang (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
14:00-14:15

oral

884

Stefan Luding

University of Twente

Application of discrete particle method towards cohesive powder simulation

14:15-14:30

oral

E225

Yun Zhang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Numerical verification of the hydrodynamic equations in the EMMS model

14:30-14:45

oral

841

Jiandong Wang

Tsinghua University

Interactions between particulate matter and meteorology during Chinas severe winter haze episode
in Jan 2013

14:45-15:00

oral

442

Wei Li

University of Leeds

Vacuum contact drying of pharmaceutical powders in an agitated filter dryer

15:00-15:15

oral

387

Guorong Wu

Gansu Normal University for Nationalities

Three-dimensional porosity model based on volume solver of curved top cylinder

15:15-15:30

oral

737

Yansong Shen

The University of New South Wales

Characterization of pulverized coal combustion in ironmaking blast furnace

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

E86

Shengbin Di

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Direct numerical simulation of fluid flow and heat transfer in particle laden flows

16:15-16:30

oral

608

Tian Hao

Nutrition R&D Nutrilite

Novel tap density equations of granular powders based on the rate process theory and the free
volume concept

16:30-16:45

oral

568

Fabian Blow

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Numerical simulation of destabilizing heterogeneous colloidal suspensions

16:45-17:00

oral

122

Rui Wang

Xian Jiaotong University

Numerical simulation of free falling particles by three-dimensional Vortex-In-Cell method

17:00-17:15

oral

791

Martin Tupy

Friedrich-Alexander-Universitt

On the influence of initial conditions on the drying behavior of colloidal films

17:15-17:30

oral

319

D. O. Njobuenwu

University of Leeds

Quadrant and conditional analyses of non-spherical particle segregation in a turbulent channel flow

17:30-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

T6.3 Euler-Euler approaches


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Zhenghong Luo (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) & Harry E. A. Van den Akker (The University of Limerick; Delft University of Technology)
08:30-09:00

keynote

1082

Lixing Zhou

Tsinghua University

Two-phase turbulence models in Eulerian-Eulerian simulation of gas-particle flows and coal


combustion

09:00-09:15

oral

54

Oyebanjo Oke

University College London

CFD simulations of lateral solid mixing in fluidized beds

09:15-09:30

oral

243

C. J. Wareing

University of Leeds

Numerical modelling of turbulent particle-laden sonic CO2 jets with experimental validation

09:30-09:45

oral

67

Baolin Hou

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS

The influence of meso-scale flow structure on transport phenomena in a circulating fluidized bed

09:45-10:00

oral

225

A.S.Berrouk

United Arab Emirates

Numerical simulation of a real scale FCC regenerator using computational particle-fluid dynamics

10:00-10:15

oral

395

Xiaoping Xu

Tianjin University

Vibration models of heating pipe conveying vapor-liquid-solid boiling flow

10:15-10:30

oral

832

Hui Zhao

China University of Petroleum

Numerical simulation of the fluidized catalytic cracking riser reactor

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

890

Chuan-Yu Wu

University of Surrey

A theoretical model for the impact of a particle with a powder bed

11:15-11:30

oral

881

Yu Jiang

Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, CAS

Investigation gas-solid flows in a circulating fluidized bed with multi-cyclone separators by CPFD
and TFM-CFD simulation and validated by experiment

11:30-11:45

oral

554

Henrik Strm

Chalmers University of Technology

Challenges and opportunities in the Eulerian approach to numerical simulations of fixed-bed


combustion of biomass

11:45-12:00

oral

1094

Dan Sun

Loughborough University

Simulation of particle-wall collisions in horizontal pipes using an Eulerian moment method

12:00-12:15

oral

Jolius Gimbun

Universiti Malaysia Pahang

Assessment of unsteady RANS and detached eddy simulation in predicting the gas-solid flow in a
co-current spray drying

12:15-12:30

oral

843

Yawen Zhang

Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, CAS

CFD simulation of riser hydrodynamics under dense suspension upflow regime

12:30-13:45

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

T6.5 Fundamentals of modeling and simulation

Time

Activity

No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Chi-Hwa Wang (National University of Singapore) & Wei Ge (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
13:45-14:15

keynote

E221

Harry E. A. Van den


Akker

The University of Limerick;


Delft University of Technology

The equation of motion for single and multiple particles

14:15-14:30

oral

668

Guoqiang Chen

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

New insights into intraparticle transfer, particle kinetics and gas-solid two-phase flow in polydisperse
FCC riser reactors under reaction conditions

14:30-14:45

oral

742

Sylvain Martin

CEA-Cadarache;
Universit de Technologie de Compigne

A grain growth model for the simulation of sintering

15:00-15:15

oral

415

Po-Kai Chang

National Central University

Virtual impactor as aerosol particle concentrator design, numerical simulation and performance
evaluation

15:15-15:30

oral

487

Tianqi Zhang

Tsinghua University

Deposition and resuspension of graphite dust in hot gas duct of HTR-10

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

427

Karaoglan Emre

ONIRIS, GPA, UMR CNRS 6144 GEPEA

Determination of inlet airflow boundary condition in a fluid bed reactor

16:15-16:30

oral

318

Chenlong Duan

China University of Mining and Technology

Establishment and evaluation of a dynamic pressure measuring and analysis system for the air
dense medium fluidized bed

16:30-16:45

oral

207

Ceyda Oksel

University of Leeds

Quantitative structure activity relationships for hazard assessment and risk management of
manufactured nanomaterials (NanoSar)

16:45-17:00

oral

436

Masanori Ishizuka

The University of Tokyo

Modeling of fluidized bed flow behavior using electric equivalent circuit

17:00-17:15

oral

467

Jie Xiao

Soochow University

Surface composition prediction for spray-dried powders: a multiscale modeling approach

416

Paerhatijiang
Tuersun

Xidian University

Backscattering properties of gold nanoshells: quantitative analysis and optimization for biological
imaging

14:45-15:00

17:15-17:30

oral

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

T6.6 Applications of modeling and simulation


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Qicheng Sun (Tsinghua University) & Chuan-Yu Wu (University of Surrey)


08:30-09:00

keynote

E222

William Rogers

National Energy Technology Laboratory

Quantifying the uncertainty in multiphase CFD predictions

09:00-09:15

oral

31

Niansheng Cheng

Nanyang Technological University

Application of pseudo-fluid approximation to evaluation of flow velocity through gravel beds

09:15-09:30

oral

E88

Hui Ci

China University of Petroleum

Effects of wall roughness on the flow field and vortex length of cyclone

09:30-09:45

oral

673

Arnas
Kaeniauskas

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Extraction of crack surfaces from particle data

09:45-10:00

oral

837

Guohui Li

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

Wintertime secondary organic aerosol formation in the Guanzhong plain of China

10:00-10:15

oral

786

Venkataramana
Runkana

Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.

Modeling and simulation of nanoparticle synthesis in an electrically heated furnace reactor

10:15-10:30

oral

683

Johannes Hrtl

BASF SE

Influence of particle friction and wall friction on flow pattern in a silo

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E87

Ning Yang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Residence time distribution of particles in liquid-solid and gas-liquid-solid fluidized beds: a

CFD-EMMS-DEM study
11:15-11:30

oral

902

Miikka Dal Maso

Tampere University of Technology

Simulating particle formation in cooling exhaust with very high size resolution

11:30-11:45

oral

E85

Liqiang Lu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

EMMS-based DPM simulation of gas-solid flows with coarse-graining

11:45-12:00

oral

230

Rui Silva

University of Coimbra

Application of different low-Reynolds k- turbulence models to model the flow of concentrated pulp
suspensions in pipes

12:00-12:15

oral

443

Kun Wang

Huazhong University of Science and


Technology

Lattice-Boltzmann simulation of deposition pattern and growth of dendritic structure formed on


elliptical fibers

12:15-12:30

oral

727

Sudeshna Roy

University of Twente

Towards hydrodynamic simulations of wet particle systems

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Poster

T6 Modeling and Simulation

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

221

Liang Li1, Ander Rasmuson1, Berend van Wachem2,


Johan Remmelgas3, Christian von Corswant3,
Staffan Folestad3

Chalmers University of Technology


2
Imperial College London
3
AstraZeneca R&D

Cycle time and residence time distributions in a Wurster coater studied using PEPT

396

G. Basinskas, Y. Shigeto, M. Sakai

The University of Tokyo

Numerical simulation of a twin screw kneader by the discrete element method

The University of New South Wales


Fujian Longking Co., Ltd.

Numerical modelling of ESP for design optimization

The University of New South Wales


The University of Sydney

Numerical modelling of particle deposition in an anderson cascade impactor

37

Baoyu Guo1, Aibing Yu1, Jun Guo2


S.J. Flynn1, Z.B. Tong1, R.Y. Yang1, A.B. Yu1 , H.K.
Chan2

179
194

Xiaosong Sun, Mikio Sakai, Yoshinori Yamada

The University of Tokyo

Three-dimensional numerical simulation of solid-liquid flows involving free surfaces using the
DEM-MPS method

71

Fangyang Yuan, Zhongli Chen , Xiaojun Pan

Zhejiang University

Simulation of particle coagulation and breakage in a planar jet via the DEMM method

542

Huiman Yu1, Leping Dang1, Cheong Yuensin2,


Hongsing Tan2, Hongyuan Wei1

667

Guoqiang Chen2, Zhenghong Luo1

Tianjin University
2
Proceter & Gamble Technology (Beijing)
Co.,Lid.
1
2

Shanghai Jiao Tong University


Xiamen University, Xiamen

A new modelling method for agglomeration processes in high shear mixers

A systematic study of the electrostatic effect on the hydrodynamic behavior in FCC risers

1
1

1,2

National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico


UAM Azcapotzalco, Mexico
3
ETSI Aeronuticos, Universidad Politcnica de
Madrid

Forces in bins with different geometries

893

G. J. Gutierrez , A. Medina , C. A. Vargas , F. J.


Higuera3

876

Viktor N. Dolgunin, Andrew N. Kudy, Pavel A.


Ivanov, Andrew A. Ukolov, Anatoliy M. Klimov, Oleg
O. Ivanov

Tambov State Technical University

To forecasting the hydrodynamics and segregation effects during rapid gravity flow of granular
materials on a vibrated rough chute

800

Viktor N. Dolgunin, Pavel A. Ivanov, Andrey N. Kudy,

Tambov State Technical University

To understanding the structure of granular temperature during rapid gravity flow of particulate solids

Anatoliy M. Klimov, Vasiliy A. Pronin


862

Johnstone Mehrnoosh, Baoyu Guo, Aibing Yu

The University of New South Wales

Investigation of operating parameters on flow pattern and mixing in oscillatory baffled columns

859

Johnstone Mehrnoosh, Baoyu Guo, Aibing Yu

The University of New South Wales

Investigation of tween boundary versus single boundary in oscillatory baffled columns

The typical synoptic meteorological conditions and their impacts on the air pollution during
wintertime in the Guanzhong plain of China

Xian Jiaotong University


Institute of Earth Environment, CAS

831

Naifang Bei1, Guohui Li2, Ning Meng1

E64

C. C Wang, Kejun Dong, Aibing Yu

The University of New South Wales

Structural characterization of the packing of 2D uniform non-spherical particles

E65

Jieqing Gan, Zongyan Zhou, Aibing Yu

The University of New South Wales

Numerical analysis on effective thermal conductivity of packed beds of ellipsoidal particles

384

Zhansheng Shi1,2, Zhuowu Men1, Li Weng1, Yi


Cheng1, Ke Liu2

511

Mehrdad Pasha1, Colin Hare1, Mojtaba Ghadiri1,


Alfeno Gunadi2, Patrick M. Piccione2

E226

Mengzhi Han1,2, Ji Xu1, Ying Ren1, Jinghai Li1

820
567

National Institute of Clean and Low-carbon


energy
2
Tsinghua University
1

Modeling of gas-solid fluidized beds with internals

University of Leeds, Leeds


Jealotts Hill International Centre

Analysis of seed breakage in a seed coater by the distinct element method

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS


University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

Multi-scale simulations of the structural changes of proteins

Xiuying Yao, Yongmin Zhang, Xiao Han, Chunxi Lu

China University of Petroleum

CFD simulation on the hydrodynamics of a novel annular catalyst cooler

Massih Pasha, Vincenzino Vivacqua, Colin Hare, Ali


Hassanpour, Mojtaba Ghadiri

University of Leeds

Bulk compression of elasto-plastic and adhesive particles

2
1

Special Topics
Room 203D
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

S1 Mooson Kwauk Memorial Session


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Liang-Shih Fan (The Ohio State University) & Hongzhong Li (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
14:00-14:20

opening

E272

Jinghai Li
Lothar Reh
Liang-Shih Fan

Insitute Process Engineering, CAS;


Swiss Federal Institute of Technology;
The Ohio State University

Memorial presentation

14:20-14:40

invited

E273

Aibing Yu

Monash University

Particle scale modelling and analysis of the coupled flow and heat transfer in fluidized beds

14:40-15:00

invited

E274

Ray Cocco

Particulate Solid Research, Inc

Particle clustering role in fluidized bed and circulating fluidized bed hydrodynamics

15:00-15:20

invited

E275

Zhaolin Wang

Chia-tai Tianqing Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd

Particle technology and inhalation drug delivery

15:20-15:40

invited

E276

Jesse Zhu

The University of Western Ontario

The four quadrat fluidization regime map, a reflection on Prof. Kwauks Generalized Fluidization

15:40-16:00

tea break

16:00-16:20

invited

E277

J. A. M. Kuipers

Eindhoven University of Technology

Multi-scale approaches in multiphase flow

16:20-16:40

invited

E278

Ruoyu Hong

Soochow University

Magnetorheological fluid of soft magnetic microparticles and permanent magnetic nanoparticles

16:40-17:00

invited

E279

Yutaka Tsuji

Osaka University

Expectation: Number of particles in DEM-CFD simulation

Tsinghua University

Recent development of coal pyrolysis in thermal plasma

Hamburg University of Technology

Multiscale simulation of particle formulation with fluidized bed spray granulation

17:00-17:20

invited

E280

Yi Cheng and
Yong Jin

17:20-17:40

invited

E281

Stefan Heinrich

17:40-18:00

take-away

Room 203D
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Time

Activity

S2 Brian Scarlett Memorial Session


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: T. Matsuyama (Soka University)


B. Moudgil,
M. Ghadiri,
T. Matsuyama

University of Florida
University of Leeds
Soka University

238

Sotiris E. Pratsinis

ETH Zurich

Characterization of agglomerates and aggregates

386

Alan F Rawle

Malvern Instruments Inc.

Sampling another cinderella of particle size analysis

invited

527

Andrei Dukhin

Dispersion Technology Inc.

Characterization of concentrated nano- and micro- particulates using Ultrasound

9:50-10:10

invited

528

Richard J. Tweedie

Digusonic Ltd.

Process analytical Instrumentation, the challenges for in-situ characterization of complex particulate
materials

10:10-10:30

invited

550

Yasushige Mori

Doshisha University

Round Robin test of spherical silica particles with submicrometer size using particle size analysis
instruments for liquid phase

08:30-08:50

opening

8:50-9:10

invited

9:10-9:30

invited

9:30-9:50

10:30-10:50

tea break

Chair: Y. Mori (Doshisha University) & W. Peukert (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)


10:50-11:10

invited

125

Colin Hare

University of Leeds

Evaluation of stress and strain fields of the FT4 powder rheometer

11:10-11:30

invited

103

Jun Oshitani

Okayama University

Dry separation using a gas-solid fluidized bed for iron ore upgrading

11:30-11:50

invited

439

T. Detloff

LUM GmbH

Particle Surface Characterization of Complex Dispersions Composed of Submicron and Nano


Particles by Advanced Classical Sedimentation Technique

11:50-12:10

invited

420

Gary Liu

DuPont Company

A New Granulation Method in Supercritical CO2

12:30-14:00

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

S2 Brian Scarlett Memorial Session


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: M. Ghadiri (University of Leeds) & S. E. Pratsinis (ETH Zurich)


14:20-14:40

invited

402

T. Matsuyama

Soka University

Modeling of electrostatic charging of particles

14:40-15:00

invited

743

W. Peukert

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Towards multidimensional particle characterization

15:00-15:20

invited

41

Maria G. Rasteiro

Coimbra University

Correlating aggregates structure with PEL characteristics using an experimental design


methodology

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

Room 303
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

S3 Micro Fluidized Bed Workshop


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Mark J. Biggs (University of Adelaide) & Zhancheng Guo (University of Science and Technology Beijing)
Guangwen Xu
Mark J. Biggs

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS


University of Adelaide

E93

Elham Doroodchi

The University of Newcastle

Hydrodynamics and dispersion in solid-liquid micro-fluidized beds

187

Xiaoxing Liu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

CFD modeling of gas-solid micro fluidized bed of Geldart A particles

oral

154

Yaning Liu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Numerical and experimental study on the mixing characteristics between sample and bed material
in a Micro Fluidized Bed

oral

604

Daniel J. Holland

University of Cambridge

Measurements in fluidized beds using MRI

15:15-15:40

invited

910

Vladimir Zivkovic

Newcastle University

Fundamentals of liquid-solid micro-fluidized bed

15:40-16:00

tea break

13:35-13:45

opening

13:45-14:15

keynote

14:15-14:30

oral

14:30-14:45
14:45-15:00
15:00-15:15

Chair: Geoff Evans (The University of Newcastle) & Guangwen Xu (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS)
16:00-16:15
16:15-16:30

oral
oral

157
163

Jian Yu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Experimental and numerical investigation of gas back-mixing in micro fluidized beds

Jiangning Ma

AVIC Beijing Aeronautical


Technology Research Institute

Monitoring and control system for micro fluidized bed chemical vapor deposition

Manufacturing

16:30-16:55

invited

16:55-17:30

session discussion: comments, questions and proposals

432

17:30-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

Stefan Puttinger

Johannes Kepler University

Inhomogeneous segregation of binary mixtures in fluidized beds

S3 Micro Fluidized Bed Workshop


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Zhanguo Zhang (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) & Vladimir Zivkovic (Newcastle University)
08:30-09:00

keynote

E94

Guangsheng Luo

Tsinghua University

Multiphase microflows and their performances

09:00-09:15

oral

305

Shaozeng Sun

Harbin Institute of Technology

Comparative studies on oxidation reactivity of char particles undergo varied thermal treatment
procedures in thermogravimetric analyzer

09:15-09:30

oral

642

Xuepeng Liu

Hunan University of Science and Technology

Study on the pyrolysis kinetics of blended coal in the fluidized-bed reactor

09:30-09:45

oral

150

Yuming Zhang

China University of Petroleum, Beijing

Characteristics and kinetics of coked catalyst regeneration via steam gasification in a micro-fluidized
bed

09:45-10:00

oral

314

Yuan Fang

Huazhong University of Science and


Technology

Comparison of combustion kinetics between in-situ char and quenching char in micro-fluidized bed
reactor

10:00-10:15

oral

249

Fei Pang

University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

On-Line sampling of catalyst particle using micro fluidized bed system for the study of methanol
vapor phase carbonylation

10:30-10:50

tea break

Chair: Daniel J. Holland (University of Cambridge) & Guangsheng Luo (Tsinghua University)
10:50-11:15

invited

E91

Zhancheng Guo

University of Science and Technology Beijing

Mechanism and kinetic characteristics of pulverized coal combustion in the two phase flow

11:15-11:30

oral

706

Hongsheng Chen

Chongqing University

Intrinsic kinetics of iron ore fines reduction in micro-fluidized Bed

11:30-11:45

oral

260

Jun Li

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Kinetics of NiO reduction by H2 for ultrafine Ni particle production in a micro-fluidized bed

11:45-12:10

invited

E92

Zhanguo Zhang

National Institute of Advanced Industrial


Science and Technology

Development of a dual circulating fluidized bed reactor system for direct conversion of methane to
benzene at non-oxidative conditions

12:30-13:45

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

S3 Micro Fluidized Bed Workshop

13:45-14:15

introduction

E233

Guangwen Xu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Micro fluidized bed reaction analysis: from concept to analyzer and applications

14:15-14:30

oral

155

Xiangzhong Cui

AVIC Beijing Aeronautical Manufacturing


Technology Research Institute

Investigation of carbon nanotubes grown in a micro fluidized bed

14:30-14:45

oral

385

Fang Wang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Gasification of in-situ and ex-situ coal chars with CO2 in micro fluidized reaction analyzer

14:45-15:00

oral

189

Meiqin Yao

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Mechanism and kinetics of iron oxide reduction by graphite in a micro-fluidized bed

15:00-15:15

oral

E234

Changbin Yao

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Characterization of NO reduction by biomass tar in micro fluidized bed

15:15-15:30

oral

E235

Jian Yu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Kinetics and mechanism of direct reaction between CO2 and Ca(OH)2 in micro fluidized bed

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

Junrong Yue

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Video: highlight of R&D and applications micro fluidized bed reaction analysis and instrument

16:15-17:00

session discussion: comments, questions and proposals

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

E261

Poster

S3 Micro Fluidized Bed Workshop

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

911

Vladimir Zivkovic

Newcastle University

Experimental study of efficient mixing in micro-fluidized bed

380

Ying Ji

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Steam gasification characteristics of coal char in micro fluidized reaction analyzer

156

Jian Yu

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Micro fluidized bed reaction analysis and its applications

Room 306
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Time

Activity

No.

S4 Particles in Geology, Soil and Rocks


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Shihai Li (Institute of Mechanics, CAS) & Shunying Ji (Dalian University of Technology)
08:30-09:00

keynote

1024

Shihai Li

Institute of Mechanics, CAS

Geological disaster and continuum-discontinuum mechanical model based on particle material

09:00-09:15

oral

65

Maria Graa B. V.
Rasteiro

University of Coimbra

Applying multiwall carbon nanotubes for soil stabilization

09:15-09:30

oral

671

Qiwu Zhang

Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for


Advanced Materials

Immobilization of alkali metals adhered to biomass by grinding with clay minerals and subsequent
heating

09:30-9:45

oral

724

Chun Feng

Institute of Mechanics, CAS

Numerical simulation on rock cutting process based on CDEM

9:45-10:00

oral

768

Qiang Wu

Institute of Mechanics, CAS

SPH-based simulations for slope failure considering soil-rock interaction

10:00-10:15

oral

E95

Shengqiang Jiang

Xiangtan University

A DEM methodology for simulating the grinding process of ceramics

10:30-10:50

tea break

10:50-11:15

invited

E100

Wei Zhou

Wuhan University

Micro-deformation mechanism and FEM/DEM simulation of rockfill behavior

11:15-11:30

oral

E101

Guodong Cao

Xiangtan University

Study on the effect of coarse aggregate volume fraction on the flow behaviour of fresh concrete via
DEM

11:30-11:45

oral

970

Shunying Ji

Dalian University of Technology

Discrete element modeling of rock materials with dilated polyhedral elements

12:00-13:50

lunch break & poster

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Time

Activity

No.

S4 Particles in Geology, Soil and Rocks


Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Yuanqiang Tan (Xiangtan University) & Chun Feng (Institute of Mechanics, CAS)
13:50-14:15

invited

E102

Yang Ju

China University of Mining and Technology

Study of the influence of porous structure on the permeability of rock using Lattice Boltzmann
method

14:15-14:30

oral

E231

Jianfeng Wang

City University of Hong Kong

Probability-based DEM prediction of particle crushing in Oedometer test


Movement of overburden stratum and damage evolution of floor stratum in the process of coal
mining above aquifer
Numerical simulation of the emergency brake process in granular material transportation using

14:30-14:45

oral

E256

Ruifu Yuan

Henan Polytechnic University;


Institute of Mechanics, CAS

14:45-15:00

oral

E262

Chunhai Ke

Xiangtan University

DEM: Effect of the liquid bridge


15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

16:00-16:15

oral

E98

Jian Gong

Dalian University of Technology

Analysis on the mechanical behaviors of the soil-rock mixtures using Discrete Element Method

16:15-16:30

oral

E257

Yuanqiang Tan

Xiangtan University

Study on the thixotropy of fresh concrete by DEM simulation

16:30-16:45

oral

883

Xiaoliang Wang

Institute of Mechanics, CAS

Influence of particle gradation curve on granular packing characteristics

16:45-17:00

oral

E96

Xiangwu Xiao

Xiangtan University

Numerical investigation on the effect of the particle feeding order on the degree of mixing using
DEM

17:00-17:15

oral

E258

Wenjie Duan

Institute of Mechanics, CAS

Joint reconstruction method for the computational mesh using particles

17:30-19:00

Cocktail & poster

Poster

S4 Particles in Geology, Soil and Rocks

No.

Authors

Affiliation

1136

L.C Huang, B.B Dai, Y Cheng

Sun Yat-sen University


1

772

R. Zhang1, J.J. Cao1,2, Y.R. Tang1, R. Arimoto1,


Z.X. Shen2, F. Wu1, Y.M. Han1, G.H. Wang1, J.Q.,
Zhang3, G.H. Li1

Institute of Earth Environment, CAS


2
Xian Jiaotong University
3
Hubei Polytechnic University

Title of the presentation


Deformation behaviour on the simulation of liquefaction in particle geomaterials
Elemental profiles and signatures of fugitive dusts from Chinese deserts

Room 307
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

S5 EnerParticle: Advanced Particles for Energy Conversion and Storage


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Xiaodong Chen (Suzhou University) & Fei Wei (Tsinghua University)
13:45-14:15

keynote

1077

Hong Li

Institute of Physics, CAS

Walnut structured high capacity nano-Si/C composite particles as anode materials for next
generation Li-ion batteries

14:15-14:30

oral

1060

Shouwu Guo

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Boron-doped carbon nanosheets and the composites with iron oxide nanoneedles: Fabrication and
lithium ion storage performance

14:30-14:45

oral

871

Xilai Jia

China University of Petroleum

Aerosol synthesis of nanostructured composites for energy sorage

14:45-15:00

oral

1069

Jia-Qi Huang

Tsinghua University

Ionic shield for polysulfides toward high-stable lithium sulfur battery

15:00-15:15

oral

1073

Hong-Jie Peng

Tsinghua University

Hierarchical nanostructured carbon/sulfur hybrid cathode for high-performance lithium-sulfur battery

15:15-15:40

invited

973

Xiaoming Sun

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Design and fabrication of nano-array architecture for supercapacitor and electro-catalytic reaction

15:40-16:00

tea break & poster

Chairs: Hong Li (Institute of Physics, CAS) & Jian Zhang (Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology & Engineering, CAS)
16:00-16:15

oral

437

Yukun Yang

Zhejiang University

Experimental study on the influence of Fe2O3 on coal pyrolysis in a tubular reactor

16:15-16:30

oral

E263

Hao Yu

South China University of Technology

Shape effect of nanocatalyst at 650 oC: steam reforming of glycerol enhanced by Ir/La2O2CO3
nanorods with selectively exposed (1-10) facets

16:30-16:45

oral

1092

Jin Yi

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

PCMs heat transfer performance enhancement with expanded graphite and its thermal stability

16:45-17:00

oral

18

Chuan Li

University of Birmingham

A numerical investigation into the charge behavior of an encapsulated spherical phase change
material (PCM) particle for high emperature thermal energy storage applications

17:00-17:15

oral

1125

Gang-Qin Shao

Wuhan University of Technology

Synthesis & properties of new multifunctional hexaferrite powder

17:15-17:40

invited

778

L.-W. Antony Chen

Desert Research Institute

Renewable hydrogen production from bio-oil in an aerosol pyrolysis system

17:40-18:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

S5 EnerParticle: Advanced Particles for Energy Conversion and Storage


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Yulong Ding (University of Birmingham) & Tierui Zhang (Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, CAS)
08:30-09:00

keynote

693

Chi-Hwa Wang

National University of Singapore

Numerical and experimental studies on biomass/sewage sludge co-gasification in downdraft gasifier

09:00-09:15

oral

1083

Bingsen Zhang

Institute of Metal Research, CAS

Microstructural investigation of carbon supported metal catalysts


Revealing the enhanced catalytic activity of nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes for oxidative
dehydrogenation of propane

09:15-09:30

oral

E104

Chunlin Chen

Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology &


Engineering, CAS

09:30-09:45

oral

1091

Tianchi Chen

Tsinghua University

Sustainable mass production of single-walled carbon nanotubes: The recycling and regeneration of
Fe/MgO catalysts

09:45-10:00

oral

1076

Cheng-Meng Chen

Institute of Coal Chemistry, CAS

Chemically derived graphene: scale-up production and applications in thermal management and
supercapacitor

10:00-10:15

oral

1067

Rufan Zhang

Tsinghua University

Half-meter long carbon nanotubes: Fabrication, optical visualization, macroscopical manipulation


and storage of mechanical energy

10:15-10:30

oral

E107

Yexin Zhang

Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology &


Engineering, CAS

Functional group effect on the electrochemical oxygen reduction reaction activity of multi-walled
carbon nanotubes

10:30-10:50

tea break

Chairs: Dangsheng Su (Institute of Metal Research, CAS) & Chi-Hwa Wang (National University of Singapore)
10:50-11:15

invited

1089

Linjie Zhi

National Center for Nanoscience & Technology

Graphenal polymers for energy storage

11:15-11:30

oral

744

Jianjun Wang

Institute of Chemistry, CAS

Anti-icing coatings

11:30-11:45

oral

1022

Malin Liu

Tsinghua University

Preparation of the nuclear fuel coated particle using the fluidized bed-chemical vapor deposition
(FB-CVD) method

11:45-12:00

oral

895

Songgu Wu

Tianjin University

Understanding the agglomeration of azithromycin dihydrate in crystallization from solutions

12:00-12:15

oral

1063

Buchun Si

China Aagricultural University

Carbon nanotubes as a novel microbial carrier for biological hydrogen and methane production
through UASB

12:15-12:30

oral

196

C. Rokopf

German Aerospace Center

Improving powder flowability by adding nanoparticles for thermochemical heat storage with moving
reaction bed

12:30-13:50

lunch break & poster

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

S5 EnerParticle: Advanced Particles for Energy Conversion and Storage


No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: Guo Gao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) & Jiaqi Huang (Tsinghua University)
13:50-14:15

invited

1062

Tierui Zhang

Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry,

Visible-light-driven semiconductor photocatalysts for hydrogen evolution

CAS
14:15-14:30

oral

1081

Xiaoming Li

Institute of Coal Chemistry, CAS

Preparation of soft carbon/hard carbon microcapsules composite electrode material of


supercapacitor

14:30-14:45

oral

1078

Chaojie Cui

Tsinghua University

Highly electroconductive mesoporous graphene nanofibers and their capacitance performance at


4V

14:45-15:00

oral

1048

Zhuangjun Fan

Harbin Engineering University

Fabrication of graphene/CNT/polyaniline composite with enhanced cycling stability for flexible


supercapacitors

15:00-15:15

oral

1075

Haiyan Liu

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Synthesis and high electrochemical performance of polyaniline-based mesoporous carbon


nanotubes

15:15-15:30

oral

1085

Cheng Fan

Tsinghua University

Heavy oil oxidation: Experimental investigation and overall reaction path analysis on the oxidation
process of surrogate fuels

15:30-16:00

tea break & poster

Chairs: Zhuangjun Fan (Harbin Engineering University) & Shouwu Guo (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
16:00-16:15

oral

1087

Long Hao

National Center for Nanoscience & Technology

Porous organic networks, sister materials of graphene for the study of supercapacitors

16:15-16:30

oral

1052

Tao Liu

China University of Petroleum

Oil adsorption and reuse performance of multi-wall carbon nanotube

16:30-16:45

oral

1049

Qun Li

Northwestern Polytechnical University

Electromagnetic properties of nanostructured polymer derived ceramics

16:45-17:00

oral

E106

Huaihe Song

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Towards Si@SiO2 core-shell, yolk-shell, and SiO2 hollow structures from Si nanoparticles through a
self-templated etching-deposition process

17:00-17:15

oral

E264

Guo Gao

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Iron oxides/CNTs hybrids nano-materials for lithium ion batteries

18:00-21:00

gala banquet

Poster

S5 EnerParticle: Advanced Particles for Energy Coversion and Storage

No.

Authors

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

1097

Xin-Bing Cheng

Tsinghua University

The ultra-high volumetric energy density lithium-sulfur battery with 90 wt% sulfur content cathode

1086

MengQing Guo

Tsinghua University

Phosphorous-functionalized carbon nanotubes (PCNTs): a facile and simple strategy for enhanced
lithium-storage and oxygen reduction performance

1084

Cheng Fan

Tsinghua University

Catalytic effect of alized carbon nanotubes (PCNTs): a facile and simple strategy for enhanced
lithium-sto

1070

Jia-Qi Huang

Tsinghua Unviersity

Nanocarbon/sulfur composite as energy particles for Li-S batteries

1040

Ray Lee

China University of Petroleum,Beijing

Synthesis of graphene powder by supercritical CO2 shear stress exfoliation

337

Qiang Zhang

Tsinghua University

Hierarchical nanocarbon/sulfur composite particles for advanced lithium/sulfur batteries

1098

Xin-Bing Cheng

Tsinghua University

Robust growth of herringbone carbon nanofibers on layered double hydroxide derived catalysts and
their applications as anodes for Li-ion batteries

984

Zhenzhong zhang

Zhengzhou University

pH - sensitive lentinan preliminary study as a nonviral vector for gene delivery

826

Yanhong Wang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Growth of silicon/carbon microrods on graphite microspheres as improved anodes for lithium-ion


batteries

825

Yanhong Wang

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Growth of linked silicon/carbon nanospheres on copper substrate as integrated electrodes for Li-ion
batteries

E105

Qiang Zhang

Tsinghua University

The ultra-high volumetric energy density lithium-sulfur battery with 90 wt% sulfur content cathode

E108

Guo Gao

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Encapsulating ZnO nano-particles by carbon layer and multi-wall carbon nano-tubes in


hydrothermal system

E109

Jun Li

Institute of Process Engineering, CAS

Synthesis and thermal properties of nano-particles iron by fluidized bed

E265

Wancheng Zhu

Qufu Normal University

Hydrothermal-thermal conversion synthesis of hierarchical porous MgO microrods as efficient


adsorbents for lead (II) and chromium (VI) removal

E266

Wancheng Zhu

Qufu Normal University

1D Metal Borates nanostructures: from thermodynamics understanding to hydrothermal-thermal


conversion synthesis and green engineering

Room 203E
Monday, May 19, 2014
Time

Activity

S6 3D Printing
No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chair: Yanlin Song (Institute of Chemistry, CAS)


14:00-14:15

opening

14:15-14:45

keynote

14:45-15:10

invited

15:10-15:35

invited

15:35-16:00

tea break

Yanlin Song

Institute of Chemistry, CAS

E236

L. Jay Guo

University of Michigan

Structural color pigments and size-selective trapping of particles via electrostatic interactions

E237

Yusheng Shi

Huazhong University of Science & Technology

Particle materials for additive manufacturing

1051

Yimin Chao

University of East Anglia

Bridging silicon nanoparticles and thermoelectrics: phenylacetylene functionalization

Chairs: L. Jay Guo (University of Michigan ) & Niel Tas (University of Twente)
16:00-16:25

invited

E238

Dongling Ma

Institut national de la recherche scientifique


(INRS)

Nanostructures: rational design and their applications in green energy

16:25-16:50

invited

E239

Yonglin Xie

Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech & Nano-Bionics

Inkjet 3D printing technology and applications

Universitat de Barcelona

Laser transfer methods for the printing of complex materials from liquid suspensions

16:50-17:15

invited

1044

J. Marcos
Fernndez-Pradas

17:15-17:40

invited

E240

Xuanming Duan

Chongqing Institute of Green and Intelligent


Technology

Laser 3D printing with high precision from polymers to metals

17:40-18:05

invited

E241

Ilkwon Oh

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and


Technology

New routes to 3D carbon nanostructures for multi-purpose engineering applications

18:05-19:00

take-away

Tuesday, May 20, 2014


Time

Activity

S6 3D Printing
No.

Presenter

Affiliation

Title of the presentation

Chairs: J.Marcos Fernndez-Pradas (Universitat de Barcelona ) & Jianjun Wang (Institute of Chemistry, CAS)
08:30-08:55

invited

E242

R. C. Roberts

The University of Hong Kong

Inkjet-based additive microfabrication via sintered gold nanoparticle films

08:55-09:10

invited

E243

Niels Tas

University of Twente

Electrically assisted deposition of aqueous solutions in AFM

09:10-09:35

invited

E37

Satoshi Kihimoto

National Institute for Materials Science

Fabrication of substrate with micro-pattern by pulse electric current sintering method

09:35-10:00

invited

1111

Moon Kyu Kwak

Kyungpook National University Korea

Continuous lithography process for large area patterning

10:00-10:25

invited

E103

Jun Yang

Western University

i3DP, an enabling approach adds a new dimension to 3D printing

10:35-10:50

tea break

Chairs: Satoshi Kihimoto (National Institute for Materials Science) & Dongling Ma (Institut national de la recherche scientifique)
10:50-11:05

oral

E244

Qian Liu

National Center for Nanoscience & Technology

Bottom-up nanofabrication large-scale, ordered self-assembly of gold nanorods


Density of laser molten parts as a function of powder bulk properties and coating process

11:05-11:20

oral

751

Maximilian Drexler

Friedrich-Alexander-University
Erlangen-Nuremberg

11:20-11:35

oral

1124

Jian Yang

Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of


Matter

Development of Novel 3D Printer at the Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter

11:35-11:50

oral

793

Martha
Medina-Hernandez

Friedrich-Alexander-University
Erlangen-Nuremberg

Polymer powder for laser melting through immiscible blends

11:50-12:05

oral

E245

S. Q. Wu

Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of


Matter

Titanium 3D printing for dental and bone implants/prostheses

12:05-12:20

Closing
remarks

Yonglin Xie

Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech & Nano-Bionics

12:30-14:00

lunch break