Plenary Speakers

Prof. Dr. Kurunthachalam Kannan

Wadsworth Center
University at Albany, SUNY
U.S.A

“Biomonitoring of human exposure to environmental chemicals”

Prof. Weiping Liu

Zhejiang University
China

“Enantioselectivity in Environmental Processing and Ecotoxicology of Chiral Contaminates”

Dr. Daniel Schlenk

UC Riverside
U.S.A

“Use of transcriptomic and informatic tools to predict adverse outcome pathways of oil to embryonic and larval fish from the Gulf of Mexico”

Dr. Jianwen She

California Department of Public Health
U.S.A

"Technical Advances in chemical contaminants analysis in biological sample and their impact on biomonitoring and exposome studies"

Dr. Benny Chefetze

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Israel

“From wastewater treatment plants to our plate: Human exposure to wastewater-derived pharmaceuticals in fresh produce”

Prof. Takeshi Komai

Tohoku University
Japan

"Health Risk Assessment Model of 1,4-Dioxane Based on Physical and Chemical Properties of Soils"

Prof. Dr. Philippe Francois-Xavier Corvini

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
Switzerland

“Ipso-substitution: the hidden gate to the central metabolism”

Dr. Seiji Hayashi

National Institute for Environmental Studies
Japan

“Current status of radioactive environmental pollution in Fukushima”

Invited Speakers

Prof. Yong Cai

Florida InternationalUniversity
U.S.A.

“Long-term Variation of Mercury in Fish a Wetland Ecosystem”

Prof. Matthias Kaestner

Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research UFZ, Leipzig
Germany

“Classification and modelling of non-extractable residues (NER) formation from pesticides in soil”

Prof. Toshihiro Kitada

Toyohashi University of Technology
Japan

“Decadal trend of dioxins and dioxin-like compounds in environmental multi-media in Aichi Prefecture, Japan : as revealed by data of the local government”

Prof. Tatsuya Kunisue

Ehime University
Japan

“Emerging contamination issue of persistent toxic substances in e-waste recycling sites”

Prof. Liang-Hong Guo

Research Center for Eco-environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
China

“Hydroxylated Polybrominated Biphenyl Ethers Exert Estrogenic Effects via Non-genomic G Protein Coupled Estrogen Receptor Pathways”

Prof. Hisato Iwata

Ehime University
Japan

“Effects on Hepatic Transcriptome and Metabolome in Beagle Dogs Treated with PCBs”

Dr. Rumiko Hayashi

Nagoya University
Japan

“Analytical Study of Organic Compounds in Cigarette Smoke by Soft Ionization Mass Spectrometry”

Prof. Xueyuan Gu

Nanjing University
China

“Application of multi-surface speciation model in prediction of metal partition and bioavailability in soils”

Prof. Teppei Nunoura

The University of Tokyo
Japan

"Treatment of osmium wastewater using supercritical fluids"

Prof. Andreas Schaeffer

RWTH Aachen University
Germany

“Non-Extractable Residues of Environmental Pollutants in Soil: Who Cares?”

Prof. Guijin Su

Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
China

“Thermal degradation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers over Li-Ti-O composite oxide micro/nano material”

Prof. Xuezhu Zhu

Nanjing Agricultural University
China

“Potential of endophytic bacteria on reducing PAH contamination of plants”

Prof. Masaki Takaoka

Kyoto University
Japan

“Current and Future Mercury Waste Management in Japan”

Prof. Chisato Takenaka

Nagoya University
Japan

“Dynamics of radiocesium in forest ecosystems in Fukushima after the accident of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant”

Program
ISPTS2017(International Symposium Persistent Toxic Substances 2017)
PROGRAM (tentative)

 Program Details
 Presentation Instractions

September 24 (Sunday)

* Public Lectures are carried out in Japanese for general people.

September 25 (Monday)
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Plenary Sessions
  • Oral & Poster Sessions
September 26 (Tuesday)
  • Plenary Sessions
  • Oral & Poster Sessions
  • Banquet
September 27 (Wednesday)
  • Plenary Sessions
  • Oral & Poster Sessions
  • Closing Ceremony
September 28 (Thursday)
  • Field Trip
Field Trip
We provide two types of field trip as blow.

Technical tour

We will visit the facility of Japan Environmental Storage & Safety Corporation (JESCO) at Toyota city, where old transformers and capacitors containing polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) oil are disassembled, and PCB is decomposed. After the lunch, short visit of a sightseeing place in Nagoya city.

Sightseeing tour

We will visit sightseeing places in Takayama city. You can see the historical buildings which were built in Edo period. The district was designated an area of important traditional building by the Japanese Government. Walking in Takayama city, you can feel the rich atmosphere of Japanese tradition.