11 August 2014 Front Matter: Volume 9232
Proceedings Volume 9232, International Conference on Optical Particle Characterization (OPC 2014); 923201 (2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2077312
Event: International Conference on Optical Particle Characterization (OPC 2014), 2014, Tokyo, Japan
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Aya, Iki, Shimura, and Shirai: Front Matter: Volume 9232

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Conference Committee

Conference Chair

  • Nobuhiro Aya, AIST (Japan)

Steering Committee

  • Nobuhiro Aya, AIST (Japan)

  • Kensei Ehara, AIST (Japan)

  • Shigehisa Endoh, Technology Research Association for Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes (Japan)

  • Hirohide Furutani, AIST (Japan)

  • Naoya Hama, Tokyo Dylec Corporation (Japan)

  • Tatsuo Igushi, HORIBA, Ltd. (Japan)

  • Norihiko Iki, AIST (Japan)

  • Katsuhiro Ishii, Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries (Japan)

  • Wuled Lenggoro, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (Japan)

  • Tatsushi Matsuyama, Soka University (Japan)

  • Atsushi Nukanobu, Nikkiso Company, Ltd. (Japan)

  • Norikazu Namiki, Kogakuin University (Japan)

  • Tsutomu Shimura, The University of Tokyo (Japan)

  • Tomohiro Shirai, AIST (Japan)

  • Kayori Takahashi, AIST (Japan)

  • Jack Yamada, Galileo, Inc. (Japan)

Program Committee

  • Toshimitsu Asakura, Hokkaido University (Japan)

  • Nobuhiro Aya, AIST (Japan)

  • William D. Bachalo, Atrium Technologies Inc. (United States)

  • Hirotsugu Fujita, Kobe University (Japan)

  • Otto Glatter, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz (Austria)

  • Leon Gradon, Warsaw University of Technology (Poland)

  • Nohiriko Iki, AIST (Japan)

  • Toshiaki Iwai, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (Japan)

  • Isao Kataoka, Osaka University (Japan)

  • Tatsuya Kawaguchi, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)

  • Masanobu Maeda, Keio University (Japan)

  • Hirokata Oku, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Japan)

  • Kikuo Okuyama, Hiroshima University (Japan)

  • Tsutomu Shimura, The University of Tokyo (Japan)

  • Tomoriho Shirai, AIST (Japan)

  • Susumu Tohno, Kyoto University (Japan)

  • Kuniko Urashima, NISTEP, Ministry of Education (Japan)

  • Paul E. Wagner, Universität Wien (Austria)

  • Toyohiko Yatagai, Utsunomiya University (Japan)

International Advisory Committee

  • Choongsik Bae, KAIST (Korea, Republic of)

  • Meng-Dawn Cheng, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (United States)

  • Toshiaki Iwai, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (Japan)

  • Alfred Leipertz, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany)

  • Fabrice Lemoine, Université de Lorraine (France)

  • Ta-Hui Lin, National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan)

  • James A. Lock, Cleveland State University (United States)

  • Xandra Margot, Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain)

  • Yoshio Otani, Kanazawa University (Japan)

  • Greg Smallwood, National Research Council Canada (Canada)

  • Alex M. K. P. Taylor, Imperial College (United Kingdom)

  • Cameron Tropea, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)

  • Ken-ichi Ueda, University of Electro-Communications (Japan)

  • Bianca Maria Vaglieco, Istituto Motori, CNR (Italy)

  • Satoshi Wada, RIKEN (Japan)

  • Paul E. Wagner, Universität Wien (Austria)

  • Masanobu Watanabe, AIST (Japan)

  • Yuyin Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Spray/Droplet

    Choongsik Bae, KAIST (Korea, Republic of)

  • 2 Droplet/Combustion

    Ta-Hui Lin, National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan)

    Takashi Suzuki, Toyohashi University of Technology (Japan)

  • 3 Droplet

    Yuyin Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China)

    Takashi Suzuki, Toyohashi University of Technology (Japan)

  • 4 Bubble

    Denis Koltsov, BREC Solutions Ltd. (United Kingdom)

    Nobuhiro Aya, AIST (Japan)

  • 5 Simulation

    Fabrice Onofri, CNRS, Aix-Marseille Université (France)

    Katsuhiro Ishii, Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries (Japan)

  • 6 Droplet II

    Norihiko Iki, AIST (Japan)

  • 7 Diffraction Method

    Tatsushi Matsuyama, Soka University (Japan)

    Makoto Umezawa, HORIBA Ltd. (Japan)

  • 8 Flow/Environment Monitoring

    William D. Bachalo, Atrium Technologies Inc. (United States)

    Shigehisa Endoh, Technology Research Association for Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes (Japan)

  • 9 Nucleation and Growth

    Paul E. Wagner, Universität Wien (Austria)

    Masayuki Itoh Doshisha University (Japan)

  • 10 Contemporary Issues

    Tsutomu Shimura, The University of Tokyo (Japan)

  • 11 Low-coherence DLS

    Frank Scheffold, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)

    Toshiaki Iwai, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (Japan)

  • 12 Aerosols

    Norikazu Namiki, Kogakuin University (Japan)

  • 13 Surface

    Kayori Takahashi, AIST (Japan)

  • 14 Trapping

    Tsutomu Shimura, The University of Tokyo (Japan)

  • 15 Nanoparticle

    Wuled Lenggoro, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (Japan)

    Katsuhiro Ishii, Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries (Japan)

Introduction

There are continuing and growing needs for techniques to determine the behaviors and characteristics of particles and the developments of nano-materials in science, engineering, medicine, human-environment, and leading industries. Optical methods are the most powerful tools, and they are capable of rapid on-line and in-situ measurement of various sizes of particles and their behaviors from molecular clusters to raindrops.

The International Conference on Optical Particle Characterization (OPC 2014) was held 10–14 March 2014 at the AIST Tokyo Waterfront, Tokyo, Japan, in order to discuss not only the optical measurement of particle concentration, size, shape, structure, and composition in various phases, but also the optical handling of particulate matter with the traditional and novel methods. It was the 10th international scientific conference which aims to contribute to development of the whole science and technology on the particle characterization with light, succeeding the basic principle of the previous successful series of conferences on OPC (and OPS = Optical Particle Sizing—the former name of the conference series) since 1987.

Forty-six oral presentations were accepted and made in 15 sessions at OPC 2014. Five invited lectures were given by the following leading scientists who were recommended by the international advisory committee and the program committee of OPC2014, viz., Dr. W. Bachalo, Atrium Technologies Inc. (United States), Prof. F. Scheffold, University of Fribourg (Switzerland), Prof. M. Shibayama, The University of Tokyo (Japan), Prof. P. Wagner, University of Vienna (Austria), and Prof. Y. Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China). Also, Dr. D. Koltsov, BREC Solutions Ltd. (United Kingdom), gave a special lecture titled “Nanomaterials and fine bubbles standardisation and regulation” at the joint workshop of OPC2014, AIST, and FBIA (Fine Bubble Industry Association) held on the opening day of OPC2014.

Very fruitful discussions were made at OPC 2014. The conference program covered theoretical and experimental works, pertaining to the fundamentals of optical particle sizing and characterization, as well as its scientific, technological, and industrial applications.

In this proceeding volume, 36 original papers are published from among the studies presented at OPC 2014 after a post-conference peer reviewing process coordinated by the scientists on each field including the chairs of the sessions and the committee members. Two of the invited papers are also included.

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