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SISS-22 will be held in Kanazawa on 15 and 16 June 2023.

 

The Scientific International Symposium on SIMS and Related Techniques Based on Ion-Solid Interactions (SISS)

SISS initially stood for “Seikei University, the International Symposium on SIMS and related techniques based on ion-solid interactions”.

Scope:
SISS covers SIMS and related techniques based on ion-solid interactions: fundamentals, instrumentation, and application in various fields, such as semiconductors, industrial materials, biological, medical, and environmental sciences. We mainly have three sessions: Atom Probe, D-SIMS, and TOF-SIMS.

 

past conferences
 
SISS-21 (2021/12/9–10  University of Yamanashi)
SIMS-22   (2019/10/20-25 Kyoto Miyako Messe)
SISS-20 (2018/6/28-29  Seikei University)
 

 [glad news]
Professor Hisayoshi Yurimoto, the chair of SISS, received the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon in April 2020.

Link
International SIMS Society
Machine Learning, MVA & Chemometrics for TOF-SIMS Users (in Japanese) The Japan Society of Vacuum and Surface Science

Committee:

Chair: Satoka Aoyagi (Seikei University)
Advisor: Masahiro Kudo (Seikei University)
Advisor: Hisayoshi Yurimoto (Hokkaido University)
Advisor: Jiro Matsuo (Kyoto University)
  Akio Takano (TOYAMA)
  Atsushi Sakaki (Nichia)
  Junichiro Sameshima (Toray Research Center)
  Ichiro Mihara (Kuraray)
  Ichiro Nomachi  (Sony)
  Kaori Jogo (Toshiba Nanoanalysis Corporation)
  Kousuke Moritani (University of Hyogo)
  Makishi Ishikawa (Ametek)
  Manabu Hashimoto (IONTF Japan)
  Masahiro Taniguchi (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
  Masashi Nojima (Tokyo University of Science)
  Masataka Ohgaki (Hitachi High-Tech Science)
  Masayuki Okamoto (Kao)​
  Naoya Sakamoto (Hokkaido University)
  Reiko Saito (Toshiba)
  Retsu Oiwa (TOYAMA)
  Satoshi Ninomiya (University of Yamanashi)
  Shinya Otomo (Furukawa Electric)
  Tatsuya Ishikawa (ULVAC-PHI)
  Toshio Seki (Kyoto University)
  Yasuko Kajiwara (Murata Manufacturing )
  Yasuyuki Asahara (Ametek)

[news of death]   Dr. Akiya Karen (Toray Research Center)

We are very sorry to inform that Dr. Akiya Karen (Toray Research Center, Japan) passed away on 11 March 2017. Akiya will be sorely missed, both scientifically and humanly, by his many friends and colleagues.