FY2019 Annual General Meeting has been cancelled

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We are delighted to announce that our annual general meeting will be held on March 2-5, 2020 in Hotel Mielparque Matsuyama, Ehime, Japan. → Cancelled


As you know, the Japan government has announced that the coronavirus spreading is now in a serious stage in Japan and our actions in the next one or two weeks are the key to reduce its spreading rate and prevent the infection from pandemic. The government additionally says that to do this, events scheduled in this period should be reconsidered as much as possible. The LOC and headquarter of the CMC project have discussed this situation most carefully and placed a conclusion that it is difficult to have our Annual Meeting as scheduled. We are very sorry but we have to announce that all the program of the Annual Meeting has been canceled. This is a really difficult decision but we hope you may understand. In the moment, nothing is determined about an alternate one in the near future, but we will try having something in Matsuyama in the next FY after the infection subsides. We will make announcements again when anything is determined.

If it is too late to cancel your trip for the Annual Meeting, please let us know (seika_loc =at= or shiraishi =at= We are planning to prepare for some places in Ehime Univ. where you can stay and work during March 2-5. Also feel free to contact us if you have any query related to this decision.


FY2019 Annual General Meeting

Date March 2-5, 2020
Venue Hotel Mielparque Matsuyama Annex 3F “Raffine” 
Banquet Date:March, 4th, 19:00-21:00 (Open 18:30)
Venue:Dogo Yamanote Hotel 2F “Victoria Hall”
Invited Speakers Prof. Rajdeep Dasgupta (Rice Univ.)
Dr. Takashi Nakagawa (Hong Kong Univ.)
Dr. Sutthipong Noisagool (Mahidol Univ.)
Registration Registration Form
Abstract Please download and use the template below for your abstract, and send it as an attached file by e-mail.
( Japanese / English Ver.)
E-mail address:
Abstract submission deadline: Jan. 31st
Poster Session All posters are displayed on boards during the symposium.
Posters should be 180 cm high by 90 cm wide at the maximum (vertical)
Core time
Odd-number presentations: 13:30-15:00, March, 3
Even-number presentations: 13:30-15:00, March, 4
Wi-Fi Free wireless LAN is available at the conference place.


March 2, Mon

 9:00-10:00 Reception
10:00-10:10 Opening address
Taku Tsuchiya (Ehime Univ.)
Summary of research divitions 1
10:10-10:40 A01-1 Dynamics group
Takashi Yoshino (Okayama Univ.)
10:40-11:10 A01-2 Structural property group
Akio Suzuki (Tohoku Univ.)
11:10-11:40 A01-3 Technological development group
Tetsuro Irifune (Ehime Univ.)
11:40-14:30 (Lunch)
13:00-14:30 (Put your poster on the board)
Summary of research divitions 2
14:30-15:00 A02-1 Isotope analysis group
Katsuhiko Suzuki(JAMSTEC)
15:00-15:30 A02-2 Element partitioning group
“Light elements and their isotopes as tracers of core-mantle interaction and evolution of lower mantle”
M. Satish-Kumar (Nigata Univ.)
15:30-16:00 A03-1 Seismic-geoelectromagnetic observation group
Satoru Tanaka(JAMSTEC)
16:00-16:40 Group Photo@Main building 1F
Summary of research divitions 3
16:40-17:00 A03-2 Neutrino observation group
Hiroyuki Tanaka (Univ. Tokyo)
17:00-17:30 A04-1 Theoretical calculation group
Taku Tsuchiya (Ehime Univ.)

March 3, Tue

Oral Session
 9:00- 9:20 “Inversion of Longer-Period OBS Waveforms for P Structures in the Oceanic Lithosphere and Asthenosphere”
Nozomu Takeuchi (Univ. Tokyo)
 9:20- 9:40 “核―マントルの相互作用における水の影響”
Masayuki Nishi (Ehime Univ.)
 9:40-10:00  “TBA”
Hiroko Watanabe (Tohoku Univ.)
10:00-10:20  ”Highly siderophile element geochemistry of the Earth’s oldest rocks: implications for Hadean-Eoarchean mantle”
Akira Ishikawa (Tokyo Tech.)
10:20-10:40 Break
Oral Session
 10:40-11:10 Invited
“Towards the next step of the evolution of the deep planetary interior – Interior-exterior interactions”
Takashi Nakagawa (Univ. HongKong)
11:10-11:30 “核-マントル領域圧力における地球深部レオロジーの実験的研究”
Ryuichi Nomura (Kyoto Univ.)
11:30-11:50 ”ブリッジマナイトのクリープ強度”
Noriyoshi Tsujino (Okayama Univ.)
11:50-12:10  “Ab initio lattice thermal conductivity of (Mg,Fe)O ferropericlase at the deepest mantle”
Haruhiko Dekura (Ehime Univ.)
12:10-13:30 (Lunch)
13:30-15:00 Poster Session (Coretime I :Odd-number)
Oral Session
15:00-15:20 “Snow Above the Inner Core Boundary and Alloy Composition”
John Hernlund (Tokyo Tech.)
15:20-15:40 “Advances in a high pressure-temperature experiment for understanding thermal transport properties of the Earth’s mantle and core”
Kenji Ohta (Tokyo Tech.)
15:40-16:00 “地球型惑星の核の熱伝導度と成層”
Hitoshi Gomi (Tokyo Tech.)
16:00-16:20 “Effects of core electrical conductivity on core surface flow models”
Masaki Matsushima (Tokyo Tech.)
16:20-16:40 “Effects of light-elements on structural and transport properties of liquid iron mixtures under high pressure”
Satoshi Ohmura (Hiroshima Tech.)
16:40-17:00 Break
Special Lecture 17:00-17:50 “Groundwater Oxygen Anomaly Related to Earthquake in Japan”
Yuji Sano (Univ. Tokyo)

March, 4, Wed

Oral Session
9:00-9:30 Invited
“Toward deep Earth study in Thailand: an important step through TSAR”
Sutthipong Noisagool (Mahidol Univ.)
 9:30- 9:50 “3D anisotropic structure in D” revealed by waveform inversion”
Kenji Kawai (Univ. Tokyo)
 9:50-10:10  “TBA”
Tsuyoshi Iizuka (Univ. Tokyo)
10:10-10:30 “Bridgmaniteへの窒素取り込み量と温度の関係: マグマオーシャンの固化過程による超深部窒素貯蔵庫形成への考察”
Ko Fukuyama (Univ. Tokyo)
10:30-10:50 “NPDアンビルを用いた高圧下X線吸収測定の最近の展開”
Naoki Ishimatsu (Hiroshima Univ.)
10:50-11:10 Break
Special Lecture 11:10-12:00 “ナノ多結晶ダイヤモンド(ヒメダイヤ)の超高圧実験への応用”
Tetsuro Irifune (Ehime Univ.)
12:00-13:30 (Lunch)
13:30-15:00 Poster Session (Coretime II :Even-number)
Special Session
(Emcee: Kagi)
13:30-15:00 Panel discussion
“The future of deep Earth science: The next 10 years”
Panelist: Yoshino, Shinmyo, Kono, T.Iizuka, Enomoto, J. Tsuchiya, Nakagawa
(18:30 Open)
Banquet@Dogo Yamanote Hotel 2F “Victoria Hall”

March 5, Thu

Oral Session
 9:00- 9:30 Invited
“Is Core-Mantle Fractionation a Key Step in Establishing Budgets of Life-Essential Elements on Earth’s Surface Reservoirs?”
Rajdeep Dasgupta (Rice Univ.)
 9:30- 9:50 “Behaviors of hydrogen and sulfur in iron-hydrous silicate system: In-situ neutron and X-ray observations under high pressure and high temperature”
Riko Iizuka (Univ. Tokyo)
9:50-10:10  ”Noble gas partition between metal and silicate melts under high-pressure and high-temperature conditions”
Hirochika Sumino (Univ. Tokyo)
10:10-10:30  “Lower mantle viscosity estimated from the common diffusivity of creep and grain growth”
Atsuro Okamoto (Univ. Tokyo)
10:30-11:00 Break
Oral Session
11:00-11:20 “Light elements in the deep Earth: Insights from experiments and natural diamonds”
Hiroyuki Kagi (Univ. Tokyo)
11:20-11:40 ”H/D partitioning between forsterite, wadsleyite and ringwoodite : ab initio free energy calculation”
Jun Tsuchiya (Ehime Univ.)
11:40-12:00  “Stable Ca, S and radiogenic Sr isotopic compositions of carbonatites: implications on recycling of crustal components and evolution of upper mantle ”
Anupam Banerjee (Nigata Univ.)
12:00-13:30 (Lunch / Take off your poster from the board)
Oral Session
13:30-13:50 “マグマオーシャンにおける金属液滴沈降の時間スケールと核マントル分離時の金属元素分別の可能性”
Tetsu Kogiso (Kyoto Univ.)
13:50-14:10 “深部マントル起源岩のタングステン同位体:マントルの初期化学進化と核-マントル相互作用への制約”
Katsuhiko Suzuki (JAMSTEC)
14:10-14:30 “外核最上部の構造”
Satoshi Kaneshima (Kyusyu Univ.)
14:30-14:50 Comments from the advisory board
14:50-15:00 Closing address
Taku Tsuhiya (Ehime Univ.)

Poster Session

1. Toshiki Ohtaki  (AIST) “Seismic structure near the inner core boundary in the north polar region”
2. Toshiki Ohtaki  (AIST) “地球の外核最下部(F層)の水平方向速度不均質”
3. Masayuki Nishi (Ehime Univ.) “核―マントルの相互作用における水の影響”
4. Lim Kang Wei (Tokyo Tech.) “Soft Core-Mantle Boundary: Chemical Interactions Between the Core and Mantle”
5. Hisayoshi Shimizu (Univ. Tokyo) “Possible influence of high electrical conductivity heterogeneity at the bottom of the mantle on generation of 2007 geomagnetic jerk”
6. Norikatsu Akizawa (Univ. Tokyo) “A peridotite xenolith from garnet-stability field beneath Aitutaki: an implication for sublithospheric small-scale convection”
7. Akiko Tanaka (AIST) “Thermal data around KamLAND”
8. Tomoaki Kubo(Kyusyu Univ.) “深部スラブの変形と相転移”
9. Akihiro Yamada (Univ. Shiga Pref.) “アルミノケイ酸塩ガラスの圧縮および流動挙動”
10. Yu Nishihara (Ehime Univ.) “六方最密構造(hcp)鉄のレオロジー”
11. Kenichi Funakoshi (CROSS)”ケイ酸塩メルトの高圧構造に及ぼす水の影響”
12. Nahyeon Kim (Univ. Tokyo) “Olivine fabric development by channel angular pressing test during diffusion creep”
13. Seiji Kamada (Tohoku Univ.) “Density measurements of crystalline Fe under high pressure based on X-ray absorption method”
14. Akihiro Ando (Univ. Tokyo) “カンラン石多結晶体の純粋せん断変形実験:拡散クリープ下での粒子形と結晶軸選択配向の関係”
15. Gang Hao (Kyusyu Univ.) “Using ‘S660P’ investigate the depth of mantle “660”km discontinuity beneath Kuril-Okhotsk subduction slab”
16. Shoichi Ito (Kyoto Univ.) “二次イオン質量分析法によるケイ酸塩ガラスの水の定量分析手法の開発”
17. Makoto Yamano (Univ. Tokyo) “地殻熱流量データの充実へ向けた孔井内温度データの解析”
18. Sho Kakizawa (Univ. Tokyo) “含水ブリッジマナイトの状態方程式:下部マントル上部の含水量の制約”
19. Yuji Higo (JASRI) “下部マントル条件下での弾性波速度測定技術の開発”
20. Shigehiko Tateno (Tokyo Tech.) “Fe2S: The Most Fe‐Rich Iron Sulfide at the Earth’s Inner Core Pressure”s
21. Kenta Ueki (JAMSTEC) “高密度サンプリングによる単一花崗岩体内化学組成バリエーションの空間スケール依存性の評価 -地球ニュートリノ観測の高度化に向けて-”
22. Asami Sano (JAEA) ”Hydrogen isotope partitioning experiments between olivine and wadsleyite”
23. Ryosuke Shinmyo (Meiji Univ.) “Technical development toward understanding the melting temperature of the materials at high pressure using ultra-fast spectroradiometry”
24. Shintaro Azuma (Tokyo Tech.) “Deformation experiments of bridgmanite and ferropericlase; Implication for the strength of the subducted slab in the lower mantle”
25. Takeshi Sakai (Ehime Univ.) “極高圧発生技術の開発と圧力スケール比較”
26. Masayuki Obayashi(JAMSTEC)
27. Hidenori Terasaki(Osaka Univ.) “Density and thermal expansivity of solid and liquid metals at ambient pressure”
28. Shun Mihira (Nigata Univ.) “Multiple sulfur isotopic composition of mesosiderite meteorites: Implications for formation processes”
29. Tomohiro Ohuchi (Ehime Univ.) “High pressure generation using a D-DIA apparatus combined with jacketed anvils and its application to in-situ deformation experiments”
30. Hideharu Kuwahara (Ehime Univ.) “The effects of silicate melt structure and carbon concentration on metal-silicate partitioning of carbon at 2 GPa and 1923 K”
31. Yuji Sano (Univ. Tokyo) “Hf-W dating of zircon from mesosiderite with sintered standard”
32. Norimasa Ozaki (Ehime Univ.)
33. Haruhiko Dekura (Ehime Univ.) “Ab initio lattice thermal conductivity of (Mg,Fe)O ferropericlase at the deepest mantle”
34. Nozomi Kondo  (Ehime Univ.) “セリウムを添加した含水流紋岩質メルトの飽和含水量とメルト構造”



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