Going Green  EcoDesign2007
5th International Symposium on
Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing
Intergration of social system design, business strategies,
and technologies by the EcoDesign approach under the global energy crisis era
December 10-13, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan
organized by the Union of EcoDesigners, Japan, under the unified subtitle gGoing Greenh

 

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Program (Summary)
Monday, 10 December 2007
  Opening, Plenary Lectures, Technical Sessions

Tuesday, 11 December 2007
  Keynote Speeches, Technical Sessions, EuP Special Project Session, Poster Sessions,Friendship Party (Banquet)

Wednesday, 12 December 2007
  Keynote Speeches, Technical Sessions, Closing, Award Ceremony

Thursday, 13 December 2007
  Technical Tours
Time Table
Program
EcoDesign2007 consists of plenary lectures, plenary session, organized sessions and general sessions including the following session categories.
Session S: Innovation for Sustainable Energy Society [Special Theme]
Proposal of new energy system and concept toward sustainable energy society
Session A: EcoDesign of Social System and Business
Design, evaluation, and management of social systems so as to change them the social system into the sustainable society
Session B: Environmentally Conscious Products and Services
Development, design, and evaluation of environmentally conscious products & services
Session C: Environmentally Conscious Elemental Technologies and Process Technologies
Development of elemental technologies and process technologies for reduction of the environmental load
Plenary speakers
Opening Address (Dec. 10, 10:45 - 11:00)
Ryoichi Yamamoto, Symposium Chair
Plenary I (Dec. 10, 11:00 - 11:30)
Hideki Minamikawa, Director-General of the Global Environment Bureau, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
Plenary II (Dec. 10, 11:30 - 12:10)
Fumio Sameshima, Co-Chairman of Committee on Environment and Safety, Nippon Keidanren (President of Taiheiyo Cement Corporation), Japan
Plenary III (Dec. 10, 13:00 - 14:00)
Yoichi Kaya, Director-General of Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth, Japan
Plenary Session on the EuP Directive (Dec. 11, 13:30-18:00)
Plenary IV (Dec. 12, 15:15 - 16:00)
Global Sustainable Development Needs Advanced Electronics
Hansjorg Griese, Fraunhofer IZM, Germany
Closing lecture (Dec. 12, 16:30 - 17:00)
Patrick D. Eagan, Univ. of Wisconsin, USA (tentative)
Closing remark (Dec. 12, 17:00 - 17:05)
International Advisory Board
Monday, December 10
Room 1
10:45 - 11:00
Opening Address (Ryoichi Yamamoto, Symposium Chair)
11:00 - 11:30
Plenary I
Hideki Minamikawa, Director-General of the Global Environment Bureau, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
11:30 - 12:10
Plenary II
Fumio Sameshima, Co-Chairman of Committee on Environment and Safety, Nippon Keidanren
(President of Taiheiyo Cement Corporation), Japan
13:00 - 14:00
Plenary III
Yoichi Kaya, Director-General of Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth, Japan
Room 2
14:30 - 15:45
S1-1: Design and Evaluation for Sustainable Energy Society (1)
S1-1-1F
Generic Energy Matching Model and Figure of Matching algorithm for Renewable Energy Systems
S. Y. Kan*,J.C. Brezet,Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Design for Sustainability program,The Netherlands
S1-1-2F
Identifying Climate Leader Companies and their Success Factors
Ronald E. Meissen, Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Patrick D. Eagan*,University of Wisconsin-Madison,USA
S1-1-3F
Long-term exergy conversion trends in Japan
Eric Williams*, Arizona State University, Benjamin Warr and Robert Ayres, INSED, USA
16:00 - 17:35
S1-2: Design and Evaluation for Sustainable Energy Society (2)
S1-2-1S
PhotoVoltaic Solar Energy based Product and Service Development: the Fryseps case
Han Brezet, Daphne Geelen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
S1-2-2S
Allocation Planning of Bio-ethanol and Food Balance for Social Utility
Junko Shibata, Kobe Gakuin University, Koji Okuhara, Osaka University, Shogo Shiode, Kobe Gakuin University and Hiroaki Ishii, Osaka University, Japan
S1-2-3S
Development of Design Support System for eco-friendly OTEC (Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion) plant
Shin Okamura, *Norihiko Goto,Tsuyoshi Koga, Kazuhiro Aoyama,The University of Tokyo,Japan
S1-2-4F
Design for resource efficiency in local sustainable energy system
Sergio Rizzuti*,Luigi De Napoli, Francesco Lofranco ,University of Calabria, Italy
S1-2-5F
Design Biogas System Suitable for Recycle Agriculture in Viet Nam Rural Area
*Lich Quang Nguyen, Hung Dinh Vuong, Faculty of Engineering and Technology Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry,Vietnam
Room 3
14:30 - 16:15
A1-1: Modeling Ecodesign
A1-1-1F
A Diffusion Model of Environmentally Conscious Products
*Mitsutaka Matsumoto, Shinsuke Kondoh, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Jun Fujimoto, The University of Tokyo, Yasushi Umeda, Osak University, Keijiro Masui, (AIST), Japan
A1-1-2F
Module Design Method considering Market Changes based on Sales Scenario of Product Family
Tsuyoshi Koga *, Gaku Saitou, Kazuhiro Aoyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan
A1-1-3S
An use of conjoint analysis with fuzzy regression for optimization notebook product line design with green technologies
*Kun-Shiang Lin, Li-Hsing Shih, Department of Resources Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
A1-1-4S
New Framework of Software Tools for EcoDesigner
Kazuhiro Sakita*, Tatsuo Mori, Sharp Corporation, Japan
A1-1-5F
Evaluation of Ecodesign for Washing Machine using LCC and FCA (Development of Methodology on LCCBA for Electrical and Electronic Products)
Hiroshi Yamaguchi*,Norihiro Itsubo, Sang-Yong Lee, Masaharu Motoshita, Atsushi Inaba, Research Center for Life Cycle Assessment, Natioal Institute of Advanced Science and Technology (AIST), Masayuki Ichinohe, Noriaki Yamamoto, Hitachi Ltd., Yuzuru Miyano, Hitachi Appliances, Inc., Japan
16:30 - 17:35
A1-2: Supply Chain
A1-2-1F
Construction of Environmental Estimate System in Consideration of Supply Chain Management
*Eri Domoto, Koji Okuhara, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University, Nobuyuki Ueno, Hiroshima Prefectural University, Hiroaki Ishii,Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University, Japan
A1-2-2S
A reusable CFL design to make the industry and the home sustainable
*Masatsugu Kitamura, EcoDesign Promotion Network (NPO), Hidetaka Hayashi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
A1-2-3F
Material Flow Cost Accounting Activity in Canon
*Yumi Nagatoshi, Canon Inc., Japan
Room 4
14:30 - 16:25
A1-3: Life Style
A1-3-1F
On the ecological effect of changing in our services consumption structure: a simulation analysis using the demand function in the AIDS and the environmental input-output table
*Ayu Washizu, Waseda University, Satoshi Nakano, Keio University, Japan
A1-3-2S
Experiment on Monitoring of Daily Life to Reduce Consumption
Koji Kimura*, Hideki Kobayashi, Toshimitsu Kumazawa, Ryohei Orihara, Tomoko Murakami, Corporate Research & Development Center,Toshiba Corporation, Yoichi Motomura, Yoshifumi Nishida, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
A1-3-3S
Emotional values of home-energy-management system
Kazuhiro Fukuyo*, Yoshiyuki Matsuura, Eriko Iwamoto,Yamaguchi University, Japan
A1-3-4S
The Attitude of Students Towards Environmental Concern: A Case Study on the Undergraduate Students of Industrial Design Courses at Chiba University
Edilson S. Ueda, Chiba University, Japan
A1-3-5S
Society Based Design for Urban Housing Livability in Seremban, Malaysia: An Ecological Approach
Shaharudin Idrus*, Abdul Hadi Harman Shah, Abdul Samad Hadi, Ahmad Fariz Mohamed, Institute for Environment and Development, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
A1-3-6S
Productive Thermal Conditions for Office Works: A Case of Thailand
Somying Ngarmpornprasert*, Dhurakij Pundit University, Woranuch Koetsinchai, King Mongkutfs University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand
A1-3-7S
Finishing Additive Granule enabling a more Sustainable Denim Treatment
Francois Bertero*, Jacqueline LfHostis, Alice Devinat, Padmadas Nair, Hayrullah Turgoklu, Michel Delmotte, Rahul Sonawane, Dow Corning Corp., Ganesh Srinivasan, RESIL Chemical Pvt, Belgium
16:45 - 17:50
B1-1: Chemical Substances
B1-1-1F
Status and Impacts of RoHS-like Regulations - The Role of Material Bans in Sustainable Development
Otmar Deubzer*,Hansj org Griese, Fraunhofer IZM, Berlin, Germany, Andres S.G. Andrae, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology, Japan, Stéphanie Zangl, Okoinstitut Freiburg, Germany, H. Reichl, TU Berlin, Germany
B1-1-2S
A Modified Toxic Potential Indicator for Taiwan
Jahau Lewis Chen*, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Sheng-Bou Yen, Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science, Taiwan
B1-1-3F
Global Markets & gRoHSh regulations worldwide
Jutta Mueller*,Hansjoerg Griese, Herbert Reichl,Fraunhofer IZM,Germany
Room 5
14:30 - 16:10
B1-2: Early stage of design
B1-2-1F
Customer-Oriented Design Method Based on Extended Eco-VA
*Kouji Kimita,Yoshiki Shimomura, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tomohiko Sakao, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc., JAPAN
B1-2-2F
Simplified Environmental QFD for Product Analysis
Jan Grossmann (*),Dirk Hanusch, Herbert Birkhofer, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
B1-2-3F
Optimization of Products at Concept Design Stage by Eco-Efficiency Point of View
* Kazuya Oizumi, Naochika Tokuoka, Keio University, Japan
B1-2-4F
Integration of reliability and environmental aspects in the early design stages of mechatronics
Kayoko Tsunezawa, Andreas Middendorf*, Technical University of Berlin, Nils F. Nissen, Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM, Herbert Reichl, Technical University of Berlin, Frank Walachowicz, Siemens AG, Germany
16:30 - 18:10
B1-3: Eco-design methodology & tool (1)
B1-3-1F
Development of a New Model to Integrate Disassembly for Recycling in Conceptual Design
Haoues Nizar*,Froelich Daniel ,ENSAM, FRANCE
B1-3-2F
An LCA-Based Product Design Approach for Sustainable Manufacturing
Wenyuan Wang*, Jianfeng Li, Fangyi Li, Shandong University,P. R. China, Mitchell M Tseng, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
B1-3-3F
Influence of Change Propagation on Environmental Impact of Modular Products using Simplified LCA
Marco Recchioni, Ferruccio Mandorli, University Politecnica delle Marche, Italy, Harald E. Otto*, The University of Tokyo, Japan
B1-3-4F
Current status and challenges on environmentally conscious design in Japanese manufacturers
*Keijiro Masui, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tomoyuki Hata, Technology Seed Incubation Co.,Ltd, Yasushi Umeda, Osaka University, Japan
Room 6
14:30 - 15:20
B1-4: Service engineering
B1-4-1F
Service Life Design; a Response to Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
*Ali Vakili-Ardebili, The University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
B1-4-2F
Creation of Service Life; a Consensus Stakeholder-Focused Approach
*Ali Vakili-Ardebili, The University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
15:45 - 16:30
B1-5: ICT
B1-5-1S
Estimation of reducing CO2emissions through introduction of ICT in manufacturing and distribution sectors
*Takeshi Origuchi, Shiro Nishi, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Jun Fujimoto, University of Tokyo, Japan
B1-5-2S
Environmental Burden Assessment of ICT Solution Using FRAM Cards
*Katsuhito Nakazawa, Takafumi Hashitani, Kouta Nishii, Kenji Maruyama, Yoshikazu Kato, Kazutaka Miura, Ritsuko Nakano, Amane Inoue, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. , Japan
B1-5-3S
Energy Efficiency Simulation Model of Data Center
Kifumi Numata * ,Hideyuki Okamura, Hideki Sasaki, Taichiroh Nomura, Yoko Kimura, IBM Japan, Ltd, Japan
16:45 - 18:05
B1-6:Evaluation Method of Environmental Aspect
B1-6-1S
Study of Product Category Rule of Type III Environmental Declaration
Masayuki Kanzaki, Yasuo Koseki, Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry, Japan
B1-6-2S
Evaluation Method of Green House Gasesf Emission Focusing on Adaptability to Executing Kyoto Protocol
*Hiroki Masaki, Oizumi Kazuya, Naochika Tokuoka, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Keio University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Japan
B1-6-3F
Application of Eco-Indicators for Ecodesign of Milk Packaging
Dace Cuncule, Gatis Bazbauers*, Riga Technical University, Latvia
B1-6-4F
The Potential for Domestic Energy Savings through Assessing User Behaviour and Changes in Design
E. W. A Elias*,  E. A. Dekoninck,  S. J. Culley, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Tuesday, December 11
Room 1
Plenary Session on the EuP Directive
13:30 - 13:40
Welcome Note of EU Representative in Japan
Dr. Wolfgang Pape
Paolo Caridi
Philippe DE TAXIS DU POET
13:40 - 14:15
EuP Directive - Current status and steps towards implementation
Dr. Nils F. Nissen
14:15 - 14:45
Japanese EUP item
Takeshi Miki
14:45 - 15:30
The EuP Workplan Study - New product groups and topics
Constantin Herrmann
- break -
15:45 - 16:25
EuP Preparatory Studies - Experiences and exemplary results
Dr. Lutz Stobbe
16:25 - 16:50
EuP and ISO 62430 Environmentally Conscious Design for electrical and electronic products and systems
Dr. Yoshiaki Ichikawa
16:50 - 17:20
International Harmonization of EuP - Example Korea
Prof. Kun-Mo Lee
17:20 - 18:00
Outlook for the EuP-Directive
Nobuyuki Hiratsuka
Room 2
10:00 - 11:55
S2-1: Energy Efficient Technology for Devices and Products
S2-1-1F
Selection of Metallic Bipolar Plates of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells for Corrosion Resistance
Chi Tat Kwok*, University of Macau, China
S2-1-2F
Development of hydrogen storage materials for fuel cell vehicles
*Atsushi Uemura, Hideki Wakana, Kaori Kuga, Yoshitake Nishi , Haru-Hisa Uchida, Tokai University, Japan
S2-1-3F
Some Potential Applications of Organic UV Coating for EcoDesign
S. Y. Kan *, W.N.J. Ursem, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
S2-1-4F
Electroactive Polymer Artificial Muscles (Energy Harvesting Mode and High-Efficiency Actuation  Mode)
Seiki Chiba*, Roy Kornbluh, Ron Pelrine, SRI International, Mikio Waki, Takashi Yanagisawa, Shuji Yonemura, Hyper Drive Corp., Japan
S2-1-5S
Cooling Performance of a Hybrid Solar Collector Producing Cold Water and Air Utilizing Radiation Cooling
Hidetoshi Aoki*, Keita Hara, Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan
Room 3
10:00 - 11:30
A2-1: End-of-life Management
A2-1-1F
Location Problem of Recycling Center by Considering Material Flow in Fuzzy Random Environment
Koji Okuhara, Osaka University, Yek Kuang Yeh, Hao-Ching Hsia, National Cheng Kung University, Hiroaki Ishii, Osaka University, Japan
A2-1-2F
Present State and Prospects of Resource Circulation Business in Japan
* Shin'ya Nagasawa, Waseda Business School, Waseda University, Japan
A2-1-3F
End of Life Management in Equipments Used for Electricity Transmission and Distribution.
J. Hernandez, D. Froelich, ENSAM Chambery.  W. Daoud, M. Hassanzadeh, D. Tipper, I. Huet, J-L. Bessède*,  AREVA T&D-ARC, France
A2-1-4S
Ecosystem Model for Sustainable Industrial Waste Management in Malaysia
Ahmad Fariz Mohamed*, Abdul Samad Hadi, Shaharudin Idrus,  Abdul Hadi Harman Shah, Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Room 4
10:00 - 11:40
OS1: Design of Sustainable Society driven by eco industrial technologies (in cooperation with RISS, Osaka University)
OS3-1
Transition management model with backcasting approach: Case studies of the development of a low carbon society
Yohei Yamaguchi*, Yasuo Takahashi, Keishiro Hara, Helmut Yabar,  Osam Saito, Tohru Morioka, Osaka University, Japan
OS1-2
Research on a product environmental impact reduction through industrial cooperation on green procurement
*Yasufumi Ueda, Daikin Industries, Ltd, Toru Morioka, Osaka University, Japan
OS1-3
Strategies towards a resource-circulating Asia: design of a sustainability assessment framework
Helmut Yabar*, Keishiro Hara, Michinori Uwasu, Yohei Yamaguchi, Toru Murayama,  Haiyan Zhang, Osaka University Research Institute for Sustainability Science, Tohru Morioka, Osaka University, Japan
OS1-4
Scenario Analysis toward Sustainable Resource Circulation in Asian Countries
Yusuke Kishita*, Tatsuro Shinohara, Shinichi Fukushige, Yasushi Umeda, Osaka University, Jun Fujimoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Room 5
9:15 - 10:35
B2-1: Eco-design case studies (1)
B2-1-1F
Typical Electricity Consumption (TEC) method and Canonfs approach
Shizuo Hasegawa, Canon Inc., Japan
B2-1-2F
ECODESIGN Toolbox for the Development of Green Product Concepts - Case study injection moulding machine
* Rainer Pamminger, Wolfgang Wimmer, Maria Huber, Vienna University of Technology, Michael Bauer, ENGEL AUSTRIA GmbH, Austria
B2-1-3S
The Application of EuP Software-Modulation of Eco-design Qualitative Check and Eco-profile Quantitative Inventory
Tzu-Yar Liu, Mei-Hwa Chung, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan
B2-1-4S
Design of Environmental Energy System Using Stirling Engine
Shin'ya Obara, Itaru Tanno, Tomakomai National College of Technology, Syunsuke Kito, Toyota National College of Technology, Akira Hoshi, Seizi Sasaki, Ichinoseki National College of Technology, Japan
10:45 - 11:50
B2-2: Eco-design case studies (2)
B2-2-1S
Design and Development of a Self-powered Street Light with Wind Power Generator and Solar Cell
Haruo Sakamoto*, Shinya Nishikawa, Yoshiya Takemura, Kochi University of Technology, Koichi Hirobayashi, Sky Electric Co., Japan
B2-2-2F
Design and Evaluation for Light Weight Spline by Photomechanics
Tetsuo Noguchi*,Tsutomu Ezumi, Photomechanics Lab. in Shibaura Institute Technology, Japan
B2-2-3F
Practical Methodology for Redesign Eco Hermetic Compressor
Prin Boonkanit, Athakorn Kengpol, King Mongkutfs Institute of Technology North Bangkok, Akajate Apikajornsin* , Eco Design consultant Co., Ltd., Thailand
Room 6
9:15 - 10:40
C2-1: Long life design
C2-1-1S
Development of Economical and Efficient Fatigue Testing Machines for Multiple Specimens in Axial Loading and Rotating Bending
Tatsuo Sakai*, Ritsumeikan University, Tatsuya Furusawa, Tokyo Koki Seizosho, Ltd., Ryohei Takizawa, Toyota Motor Corp., Noriyasu Oguma, University of Toyama, Yasuo Ochi, Univ. of Electro-Communications, Kazuaki Shiozawa, University of Toyama, Masaki Nakajima, Toyota National College of Tech., Takashi Nakamura, Hokkaido University, Japan
C2-1-2S
Ultra-long Life Fatigue Properties of SUJ2 and SNCM439 Steels in Axial Loading
Tatsuo Sakai, Takashi Kinoshita*, Ritsumeikan University, Tatsuya Furusawa, Tokyo Koki Seizosho, Ltd., Noriyasu Oguma, University of Toyama,  Ryohei Takizawa, Toyota Motor Corp., Japan
C2-1-3S
Statistical Fatigue Property of SCM435 Steels in Ultra-long Life Regime in Rotating Bending
Tatsuo Sakai*, Ayako Uchiyama, Takayasu Sakai, Ritsumeikan University, Takuro Murase, Daido Steel Co., Ltd., Japan
C2-1-4F
Recovery of Phosphorus from Steelmaking Slag
*Hironari Kubo, Kazuyo Yokoyama, Tetsuya Nagasaka, Tohoku university, Japan
C2-1-5S
Distribution of Stress Intensity Factor in Twist Load of Double Column by Experiment Analysis
*Keiichi Hagiwara, Tsutomu Ezumi, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
10:45 - 12:00
C2-2: Process evaluation
C2-2-1F
VECAP: Controlling Emissions, Protecting The Environment By Continuous Improvement
*Yoshito Hirayama, Bromoken ICL-IP, Japan, Lein Tange, Eurobrom B.V. ICL-IP, The Netherlands, Veronique Steukers, Albemarle Europe, Paul Adriaenssens, Qualipa BvBA, Belgium
C2-2-2F
Proposal of Total Performance Analysis on Manufacturing Processes
Shinsuke Kondoh, *Nozomu Mishima, Keijiro Masui, Tsuneo Kurita, Mistutaka Matsumoto, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
C2-2-3F
Relationship between machining quality and environmental impact in EDM and EDM/ECM-lapping combined process
*Tsuneo Kurita, Nozomu Mishima, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
Room 7
Poster session
Display: 14:00, December 10 - 13:00, December 12
Discussion:12:00-13:30, December 11
Wednesday, December 12
Room 1
15:15 - 16:00
Plenary IV
Global Sustainable Development Needs Advanced Electronics
Hansj org Griese(Fraunhofer IZM, Germany)
16:00 - 16:30
Award
16:30 - 17:00
Closing lecture
Patrick D. Eagan (Univ. of Wisconsin, USA) (tentative)
17:00 - 17:05
Closing address
International Advisory Board
Room 2
9:45 - 10:25
A3-1: Ecological Industrial Park
A3-1-1F
EcoDesign of an industrial community in a 100 year perspective
Silje H. Aschehoug*, Kristian Martinsen, Raufoss Technology and Industrial Management, Norway
A3-1-2S
Comparative Study on Development of Eco-industrial Parks in Asian Countries
*Juan Liu, Toru Matsumoto, The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
10:45 - 11:50
A3-2: Social assessment method
A3-2-1F
Proposal of a Structural Description Method of Scenarios for Sustainable Society Scenario Simulation
Takeshi Nishiyama*, Yasuhiro Yamasaki, Shinichi Fukushige, Yasushi Umeda, Osaka University, Japan
A3-2-2S
Analysis and Comparison of Long-Term Nitrogen Flow Change in Households Sector of Asian Mega-Cities
Yonghai Xue*, Toru Matsumoto, Graduated School of Environmental Engineering, The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
A3-2-3F
Research on the circular economy: based on the point of industry chain
Liu Yifang, Tong Renchen, School of Management of Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R.China
13:00 - 14:30
A3-3: Environmental communication
A3-3-1F
Evaluation of the Eco-oriented Graphic Advertisement for Corporate Eco-products
Chenfu Chen*, Chung-Hsing Yeh, Monash University, Australia, Jamine Lin, Ming Chuan University, Taiwan
A3-3-2F
Adapted Information Visualization Supporting Transparent Communication of LCI Data between Engineering and Management
Harald E. Otto*, Fumihiko Kimura, The University of Tokyo, Japan, Karl G. Mueller, Siemens VDO Automotive, System Development Germany
A3-3-3S
Discussion on Factor X indicator for Eco-Products Comparison
Jahau Lewis Chen*,  National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan,  Shinsuke Kondoh, Keijiro Masui,  Nozomu Mishima, Mitsutaka Matsumoto, Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute (AIST), Japan
A3-3-4F
Green Marketing of Consumer Electronics: Applying Kanofs Theory of Attractive Quality on EcoDesign
Renee Wever*, Sophie Lotgering, Freya Ruijs, Delft University of technology, The Netherlands
Room 3
9:30 - 12:00
OS2: Circular Distribution Manufacturing of EEE as a part of Circular Economic System in China (in cooperation with JST-RISTEX)
OS2-1
Investigation on value increase in inverse distribution process Part ll
Hidetaka Hayashi, EcoDesign Promotion Network, Japan
OS2-2
Market research on used Electric and Electronic Equipment in Eastern part of China
Ma Xiuqin, Hebei University of Technology, China
OS2-3
A Feasibility Study on Establishing Demonstration Base for Recycling Modes of Used or Waste Electrical and Electronic Appliances in Dalian
Wang Jie, Dalian University of Technology, China
OS2-4
Study on Establishing new WEEE Recycling System in China
Tian Hui, China Home Appliances Research Institute, China
OS2-5
Systems to utilize recycled material in China
HuanZheng Du, Jiaxing University, China
OS2-6
Global Impacts of the e-waste Problem
Otmar Deubzer, Fraunhofer IZM, Germany
13:00 - 14:00
OS2: Panel Discussion
Global UEEE Distribution projected by China Model
14:10 - 15:00
B3-1: Life cycle design
B3-1-1F
Total performance design of product life cycle considering the uncertainties in product-use stage
* Shinsuke Kondoh, Keijiro Masui, Nozomu Mishima, Mitsutaka Matsumoto, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
B3-1-2F
Productivity Analysis for Closed-loop Manufacturing System Considering of Maintenance Activity
Yoshichika Tanaka*, Hirohisa Narita, Lian-yi Chen, Hideo Fujimoto, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Room 4
9:00 - 10:20
B3-2: Eco-design methodology & tool (2)
B3-2-1F
Eco-Innovation of Products by Biomimetic Concepts
Jahau Lewis Chen *,Lin-Chin Huang, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
B3-2-2F
The Research on Introducing Eco-Design Ideas into Product Development of Breaking through a Group of Patent
Hsiang-Tang Chang*, Tunghai University, Ming-Hsien Lin, Shu-Te University, Taiwan
B3-2-3S
Environmental problem solving with LCCBA and TRIZ in Ecodesign
In-Tae JEONG*, Sang-Yong LEE, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan, Kun-Mo LEE, Ajou University, Korea, Norihiro ITSUBO, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology,
B3-2-4S
Multidisciplinary Design Optimization of LCD Monitor Including Structural and Environmental Factors
Jahau Lewis Chen, Cheng Jung Yang*, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
10:30 - 11:50
B3-3: Eco-design methodology & tool (3)
B3-3-1F
Interdisciplinary Design Method for EcoDesign Introducing Kansei research for design to EcoDesign
* LEVY Pierre, YAMANAKA Toshimasa, University of Tsukuba, Japan
B3-3-2F
Research on Design Methodology for Modularity that Considers Geometric Information
*Shinichi Fukushige, Keita Tonoike, Yasushi Umeda, Osaka University, Japan
B3-3-3S
Environmental Impacts of Diet Changes due to Refrigerators- Scenario Analysis using WIO tables-
* Sayaka Ita, Waseda University, Japan
B3-3-4S
Environmental Efficient Solutions by means Product Innovation and Stakeholder Involvement
Sergio Rizzuti *, Univeristy of Calabria, Francescantonio Giampa, Teknalsystem s.r.l., Italy
13:00 - 13:55
B3-4: Eco-design for SME
B3-4-1S
Implementation of Eco-Design Tools for SME
*Katsuyuki Nakano, University of Tokyo, Tadao Iguchi, Ryosuke Aoki, Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI), Masahiko Hirao, University of Tokyo, Japan
B3-4-2S
Development of Ecodesign Product in Korean Small Enterprise : The case of Medical Appliance Ecodesign
*Sunyoung Kim, Jiyeon Song Jaesoo Jung, Ecoeye Co.,Ltd., South Korea
B3-4-3F
Adoption of Eco-design Methods for SMEs in India and Thailand - Experiences from the Electric and Electronics Industry
Fredrik Jonsson, Sofia Lind, Mattias Lindahl, Linkoping University, Sweden
14:00 - 14:50
B3-5: Packaging
B3-5-1F
Sustainable Packaging Design for Consumer Electronics Products; Balancing Marketing, Logistics and Environmental Requirements
Renee Wever*, Delft University of technology, Casper Boks, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Irwan Pratama, Ab Stevels , Delft University of technology, The Netherlands
B3-5-2F
Development in Recyclable Packaging - The PET Bottle Rack
Moku Naruishi, RICOH COMPANY,LTD, Japan
Room 5
9:00 - 9:45
C3-1: Recycle Technologies for Plastics
C3-1-1S
Development of Electrostatic Separation System for Mixtures of Residual Plastics from Waste Household Appliances
Yasuhiro Endo*, Mitsuie Matsumura, Yuichi Matsuo, Shinobu Ogasawara, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Yasuto Iseki, Hyper Cycle Systems Corporation, Japan
C3-1-2S
Improvement of Mechanical Properties of Recycled Plastics Sorted from Mixture of Residual Plastics of Waste Household Appliances
Yuichi Matsuo*,Yasuhiro Endo, Akihiro Fujita, Shinobu Ogasawara, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Yasuto Iseki, Hyper Cycle Systems Corporation, Japan
C3-1-3S
A Study on Impact Load Characteristic of the Macromolecule Laminated Materials
Kensuke Yoshimura*,Tsutomu Ezumi ,Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
10:00 - 12:00
OS3: Design from Nature for the Next-Generation Sustainable Society (Biomimetics) (1)
OS3-1 (invited speaker)
Bionic Competence network in Germany, Rudolf Bannasch, Forschungsgemeinschaft Bionik-Kompetenz-Netz e.V. BIOKON, Germany
OS3-2 (invited speaker)
Biomimetic Materials Processing, Osamu Takai, Nagoya University, Japan
OS3-3 (invited speaker)
Circulation-oriented, Sustainable Urban Revitalization & Nature Recovery for Coastal Zone of Osaka Bay Area, Toshiroh Ikegami, Kyoto City University of Arts, Japan
OS3-4
Water striders: biomechanics of water locomotion and functional morphology of the hydrophobic cover (Insecta: Heteroptera), Pablo Goodwyn, University of Kyoto, Japan
13:00 - 15:00
OS3: Design from Nature for the Next-Generation Sustainable Society (Biomimetics) (2)
OS3-5
Replicating naturefs ways in developing novel materials, Chelo S. Pascua, Kenji Tamura, Hirohisa Yamada, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
OS3-6
Synthesis of bone-like nanostructured composite of hydroxyapatite and collagen using a biomimetic method, Kikuchi Masanori, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
OS3-7
Biomimetic design of color tunable smart material: Soft opal films assembled with closely packed polystyrene nano-particles and infilled polydimethylsiloxane elastomer, Hiroshi Fudouzi and Tsutomu Sawada, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
OS3-8
Biomimetic Interconnection, Naoe Hosoda, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Room 6
9:00 - 10:40
C3-2: Reuse and recovery management
C3-2-1F
Multi agent algorithm for matching demand and supply of recovered components considering the fluctuations in user preference and conditions of components
* Shinsuke Kondoh, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Toshitake Tateno,Tokyo Metropolitan University, Mitsutaka Matsumoto, (AIST), Japan
C3-2-2F
Product Data Modelling & Architecture Design for Product Recovery Management System
Jumyung Um*, Joo-Sung Yoon, e-Manufacturing Laboratory, Suk-Hwan Suh, Center for Ubiqitous Manufacturing, POSTECH, South Korea
C3-2-3F
Handling the Variety for Reuse of Mechanical Parts
*Hiroyuki Hiraoka, Naoto Fukuda, Tomohiro Hanatani, Chuo University, Japan
C3-2-4F
Design Support Technology for Global Environment Conscious Product
Takaaki Kumazawa*, Yuzo Hiroshige, Otmar Deubzer, Hitachi Ltd., Germany
11:00 - 11:55
C3-3: Remanufacturing systems
C3-3-1S
Optimizing Material Ordering and Inventory Control of Manufacturing and Remanufacturing Process by using Differential Evolution Method
Nelfa, Desmira*, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Shimizu Yoshiaki, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
C3-3-2S
Production Policies in Recycling Systems with Stock Capacity Constraints
Yasuhiro Doi, Hiroshima University, Akihiko Mizuno*, Imasen Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., Daisuke Hirotani, Katsumi Morikawa, Katsuhiko Takahashi, Hiroshima University, Japan
C3-3-3F
Modeling Product Generations for Parts Reuse based on the Polychromatic Sets
Yongming Wu*, Fumihiko Kimura, Department of Precision Machinery Engineering, the University of Tokyo, Japan
13:00 - 14:25
C3-4: Maintenance and repair
C3-4-1S
Repair as an Ecological Design Strategy 
Rudi Meyer, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD University), Canada
C3-4-2F
Environmental Implications of the Substitution of Silver-based Interconnection Materials as evaluated by Life Cycle Assessment
Anders S.G Andrae, National Institute of Advance Industrial Science and Technology, Norihiro Itsubo, Musashi University of Technology, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Atsushi Inaba, National Institute of Advance Industrial Science and Technolog, Japan
C3-4-3S
Adaptive Maintenance Planning According to Maintenance Data Accumulation
* Shuhei Ito, Shozo Takata, Waseda University, Japan
C3-4-4S
Easy Disassembly of Joined Interface Using Ga
Yuta Sonoda, Naoe Hosoda, National institute for Materials Science, Hachiro Imai, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tadatomo Suga, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
C3-4-5S
The Basic Study of Safety Evaluation for Cylinder wall of Small output 2 Cycle Engine
Syuutei Sasaki*, Tsutomu Ezumi, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Poster Session
Display: 14:00, December 10 - 13:00, December 12
Discussion: 12:00-13:30, December 11
P-1
Capacity building of ship recycling which complementary relation with gship recycle conventionh
*Motoyuki Matsubara , Tsuyoshi Koga, Kazuhiro Aoyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P-2
Intranet-based Providing of Environmental Knowledge and Tools for Product Development|two Case-studies for implementing EcoDesign
Jan Grossmann, Dirk Hanusch, Herbert Birkhofer, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
P-3
White Birch Bark Craftwork Culture as an Environmentally Friendly Living Culture -through the field survey of the Oroqen people in Da Xing An Ling of China
Haidong Wang *, Graduate School of Chiba University, Akira Ueda, Kiyoshi Miyazaki, Chiba University, Japan
P-4
Evaluation Impact on the Combined Heat and Power System in New Heat Supply District of Kitakyushu
Xindong Wei, Jilin Architectural and Civil Engineering Institute, Toru Matsumoto, Faculty of Environment Engineering, The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
P-5
Electrochemical activity of methanol oxidation reaction on Pt-CeO2-SnO2 composite electrode for direct methanol fuel cells
*Motoi Takahashi, Toshiyuki Mori, Hirotaka Togasaki, National Institute for Materials Science, Akio Tada, Kitami Institute of Technology, Vladimir Matolin, Charles University, John Drennan, The University of Queensland
P-6
Optimization of Citric Acid Passivation for Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steel 440C
Chi Tat Kwok*, Wen He Ding, University of Macau, China
P-7
Estimation Method for Material-inputs Using Input-output Table
*Naohiko Oyasato, Hideki Kobayashi, Kiyoshi Sanehira, Yoshitane Hirata, Toshiba Corporation, Japan
P-8
A study of reliability prediction parameter for Lead-free thermal fatigue life
* Tsuyoshi Yamamoto, FUJITSU LIMITED, Seiki Sakuyama, Kozo Shimizu , FUJITSU LABORATORIES LIMITED, Japan
P-9
Green Machining of Titanium Alloy Ti6Al4V by combining Minimal Quantity Lubrication and Cooled Air
JIANG Feng, Shandong University, LI Jianfeng (Shandong University), SUN Jie (Shandong University), ZHANG Song(Shandong University), LI Fangyi (Shandong University)
P-10
Research into Functional Evaluation of Universal and Ecological Floor Material for Buses
Toshiki Nishiyama *, Keio University, Fuyuo Takiuchi, The Institute of Areal Studies, Shinji Mogi, Yukihito Kobayashi, Tadashi Hyakkan, Akiko Inagaki, Mitsuike Corporation, Japan
P-11
A Study of System and Assessment for Sustainable Product Design and Development With Concurrent Engineering- Consumed Electronic Product As Example
* Jui-Che Tu, Da-Yeh University, Taiwan
P-12
Information Architecture for Environment-Conscious and Enduser-Oriented PLM
*K. Yura, M. Inoue, University of Electro-Communications, M. Ishii, Daito Bunka University, H. Ishikawa, K. Morishige, M. Takata, S. Umetani, University of Electro-Communications, T. Yamada, Musashi Institute of Technology, Japan
P-13
Innovation Ontology of Machinery in Plastics Recycling for Energy Engineering
Jozef B. FLIZIKOWSKI, Department of Special Purpose Machinery and Environment Protection, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of University of Technology and Life Sciences in Bydgoszcz, Poland