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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
EA, US
(Joint)
2022-12-22
13:30
Hiroshima Satellite Campus Hiroshima [Poster Presentation] Effect of microbubbles under ultrasound irradiation on cultured cells in a vascular phantom
Shun saito, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
US 2022-11-29
14:35
Toyama Consortium of universities in toyama Effect of refractive index change in water induced by 100-megahertz-range high-intensity ultrasound on the incident light
Yuki Harada (Doshisha Univ.), Mutsuo Ishikawa (Toin Univ. of Yokohama), Inamoto Shuto, Mami Matsukawa, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.) US2022-46
 [more] US2022-46
pp.17-20
US 2022-07-29
13:30
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. (Chikushi Campus) Thin ultrasound sensor using flexural vibration.
Natsumi Nakaoka, Eimei Yamamoto, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.) US2022-22
This paper investigates a method to detect the position of an object in front of an ultrasonic vibrator using changes in... [more] US2022-22
pp.12-16
US 2022-07-29
13:55
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. (Chikushi Campus) Relationship between the acoustic field and the rotation speed on noncontact rotation of a small object using ultrasound.
Eimei Yamamoto, Natsumi Nakakoka, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.) US2022-23
Small objects can be trapped and manipulated by an ultrasound standing wave, and this technique is expected to be applie... [more] US2022-23
pp.17-21
US 2022-01-25
11:00
Online Online Effects of ultrasound vibration on differentiation of PC12 cells
Haruki Maruyama, Koji Fujiwara, Ryohei Hashiguchi, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.), Masahiro Kumeta (Kyoto Univ.) US2021-58
Cell culture techniques for the applications in regenerative medicine have been studied, and our group have been also in... [more] US2021-58
pp.1-4
EA, US
(Joint)
2021-12-22
13:30
Kumamoto Sojo University [Poster Presentation] Relationship between the vibration of a bubble and the amount of adsorbed molecules desorbed by ultrasonic irradiation
Reina Kobayashi, Natsumi Nakaoka, Hiraku Tabata, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.), Marie Pierre Krafft (Strasbourg Univ.) US2021-51
Microbubbles have potential for applications as drug and gene carriers, and the drug release can be triggered by ultraso... [more] US2021-51
pp.22-25
EA, US
(Joint)
2021-12-22
15:50
Kumamoto Sojo University [Poster Presentation] Flow velocity distribution in curved artificial blood vessel model with stenosis
Toshikazu Miyawaki, Hiroto Shimizu, Naoki Hashimoto, Mami Matsukawa, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.), Eriko Yamaguchi (NCVC), Kozue Saito (Nara Med. Univ.) US2021-53
The diagnosis of cerebral arterial stenosis is performed by measuring the peak systolic velocity (PSV) using the ultraso... [more] US2021-53
pp.31-34
US 2021-08-27
14:20
Online Online Transportation of powder by two-phase drive of ultrasound transducers.
Natsumi Nakaoka, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.) US2021-29
This paper investigates a method to level a surface profile of powder using the ultrasound vibration on a plate. The sys... [more] US2021-29
pp.9-13
US 2021-07-30
13:50
Online Online Varifocal concave-convex lens using silicone gel and ultrasound vibration
Shunsuke Hashimoto, Takahiro Iwase, Jessica Onaka, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2021-20
 [more] US2021-20
pp.10-13
US 2021-05-17
15:15
Online Online Quantitative evaluation of the amount of molecules desorbed from a bubble surface by ultrasonic irradiation
Reina Kobayashi, Mizuki Ogino, Hiraku Tabata, Daisuke Koyama (Doshisha Univ.), Marie Pierre Krafft (Univ. of Strasbourg) US2021-4
 [more] US2021-4
pp.16-19
US 2021-01-29
15:45
Online Online Expansion of ultrasonically controlled liquid crystal lens aperture using traveling wave
Jessica Onaka, Takahiro Iwase, Marina Fukui, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2020-62
A new type of ultrasonically controlled concave liquid crystal lens based on traveling waves (TWs) with a divided electr... [more] US2020-62
pp.26-31
US 2020-08-26
15:45
Online Online Behavior of powder levitated in ultrasonic waveguide
Hiroyuki Komatsu, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2020-26
In this report, the behavior of powder trapped in an acoustic standing wave generated in an ultrasonic waveguide was inv... [more] US2020-26
pp.33-36
EA, US
(Joint)
2020-01-22
10:30
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Evaluation of particle distribution using resonance flexural vibration modes of a circular disc
Daiko Sakata, Masaya Saeki, Takashi Misaki, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2019-80 EA2019-93
Sand and small stones moving on riverbeds cause topographical changes such as local lowing and scouring. Measurement of ... [more] US2019-80 EA2019-93
pp.57-62
EA, US
(Joint)
2020-01-22
10:30
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Evaluation of light transmission characteristics on ultrasound liquid crystal lenses
Marina Fukui, Daisuke Koyama, Yuki Harada (Doshisha Univ.), Akira Emoto (Tokushima Univ.), Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Tech.), Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2019-81 EA2019-94
Nematic liquid crystals that have high liquidity are widely used in optical devices such as liquid crystal displays beca... [more] US2019-81 EA2019-94
pp.63-66
US 2019-11-11
14:55
Shizuoka   Vibration characteristics and persistence of poloxamer- or phospholipid-coated single microbubbles under ultrasound irradiation.
Hiraku Tabata, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Kenji Yoshida (Chiba univ.), Marie Pierre Krafft (Strasbourg univ.) US2019-61
 [more] US2019-61
pp.23-26
US 2019-11-11
15:20
Shizuoka   Modeling kinetics between target molecules and microbubbles.
Miyuki Tanaka, Yuta Otsuki (Doshisha Univ.), Kenji Yoshida (Chiba Univ.), Daisuke Koyama, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2019-62
 [more] US2019-62
pp.27-30
EA, US
(Joint)
2019-01-22
14:00
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Optical characteristics of liquid crystal devices using ultrasound vibration
Yuki Harada, Marina Fukui, Hirokazu Yasui, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Tech.) US2018-98
Nematic liquid crystals are widely used in optical devices such as liquid crystal displays. We proposed a novel techniqu... [more] US2018-98
pp.95-98
EA, US
(Joint)
2019-01-22
14:00
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Effect of liquid crystal materials on ultrasound optical lenses
Marina Fukui, Yuki Harada, Daisuke Koyama, Akira Emoto (Doshisha Univ.), Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Tech.), Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2018-99
Nematic liquid crystals have high liquidity and are widely used in optical devices such as liquid crystal displays since... [more] US2018-99
pp.99-102
US 2018-12-10
14:20
Tokyo   Control of the surface profile of thixotropic fluid using ultrasound
Kentaro Masuda, Kyohei Horie, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2018-72
 [more] US2018-72
pp.11-14
US, EA
(Joint)
2018-01-23
13:00
Osaka   [Poster Presentation] Focus control of a liquid crystal lens using ultrasound
Yuki Shimizu, Daisuke Koyama, Marina Fukui, Akira Emoto (Doshisha Univ.), Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Tech.), Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2017-85
Nematic liquid crystals are widely used in optical devices such as liquid crystal displays. In this report, we propose a... [more] US2017-85
pp.17-21
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