The 11th
International Conference on Molecular Electronics & Bioelectronics

Jun.19–21, 2024, Matsue-city, Shimane, JAPAN

Conference Schedule

June 18 (Tue) June 19 (Wed) June 20 (Thu) June 21 (Fri)
Morning ---
Invited Talk
Oral session
Plenary Lecture
Invited Talk
Oral session
Plenary Lecture
Poster session II
Afternoon M&BE Division 30th Anniversary Symposium
Plenary Lecture
Invited Talk
Oral session
Free Discussion &

A: Izumo Taisha
B: Miho Jinja
(see below)
Invited Talk
Oral session
Evening ---
Poster session I

(see below)
Closing remarks

Program at a glance (Scrollable)

Academic Program

Plenary Lectures

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Prof. Antonio Facchetti
(Northwestern University)
Prof. Yong-Young Noh
(Pohang University of Science and Technology)
Prof. Chihaya Adachi
(Kyushu University)

Invited Speakers
Session A : Fabrications and Characterization
  • Prof. Sanggil Han (Incheon National University)
  • Prof. Jaegeun Noh (Hanyang University)
  • Prof. Hiroyuki Yoshida (Chiba University)
Session B : Functional Materials (LC, polymer, soft material, photonic material, nanomaterials, QD, carbon materials, etc.)
  • Prof. Jun Harada (Hokkaido University)
  • Prof. Hae Kyung Jeong (Daegu University)
  • Prof. Daigo Miyajima (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen)
Session C : Organic Devices and Applications (FET, EL, memory, sensors and actuators)
  • Prof. Kunio Awaga (Nagoya University)
  • Prof. Naoya Aizawa (Osaka University)
  • Prof. Takafumi Uemura (Osaka University)
Session D : Biotechnology and Biomedical Applications
  • Prof. Jun Ohta (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Prof. Sotaro Uemura (The University of Tokyo)
  • Prof. MinJun Kim (SMU Lyle)
Session E : Organic photovoltaics and Energy Harvesting
  • Prof. Masakazu Nakamura (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Prof. Itaru Osaka (Hiroshima University)
  • Prof. Takashi Nakanishi (Hokkaido University/NIMS)
Session F : Perovskites and Hybrid Materials (Solar Cells and related devices)
  • Prof. Tsutomu Miyasaka (Toin Yokohama University)
  • Prof. Chi-Ching Kuo (National Taipei University of Technology)
  • Prof. Kazushi Enomoto (RIKEN)

Program Download

Abstract Download

(60 MB)
ID and password are required (announced by e-mail and on-site)

Guide Map of Matsue Terrsa

Matsue Terrsa Guide (Scrollable)

Instructions for Presenters

Oral Presentations
The plenary lectures, the invited talks and the general oral presentations are scheduled for 60 minutes, 30 minutes and 15 minutes each, respectively, including discussions. Elapsed time for PC booting or cable connection procedure should be included in your presentation time.
Since the schedule is quite tight, it is strongly recommended to complete your PC connection test before your presentation.
Standard audio-visual equipment available includes an LCD projector with a HDMI connection, a laser pointer, and a microphone.

Poster Presentations
The Poster Sessions will be held in the Room1&2 of the 4th floor. Posters for session I and II should be set up before 17:00 on 19 June and 10:15 on 21 June, respectively. The first half for the odd-number presentation and the second half for the even-number one.
The size of each panel is 120 cm wide x 180 cm height. The poster should be put on the board so that the program number is visible. Pins for fixing the posters on the board will be provided on the venue. The paper title, author(s)' name(s) and affiliation(s) should be prepared by the author(s), and posted on top of the panel.
Don’t forget to take off your poster just after the poster session, otherwise the posters will be disposed.

The organizing committee will present
Student Presentation Awards and M&BE Award at the M&BE11. The award winners will be grant at the closing remark on 21 June. Please exemplify a significant and timely research, since all of you have a chance to get a M&BE Award.
(see more information in
Call for Paper page.)

Social Program


from 18:00 on June 20th at Hotel Ichibata (30 Chidori-cho, Matsue)
30 min. scenic
walk along Lake Shinji from Terrsa
Buses also available to Matsue Shinjiko Onsen Sta.
Banquet fee: 5,000 JPY/person
Reserve from registration form


Guide your route using Google Map.
Turn on the location information in your device.

Excursion (free of charge)

Date: 20th (Wed)
Departure Time:
13:00 from Matsue Station South Exit by bus
Excursion fee:
none (included in registration fee)
Reservations are required using the registration form.
First come first served for each course.

Course Destination Notice
A course Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine up to the first 80 people
Visit Japan's most famous shrine. On the return trip, a chartered train (M&BE train) will take you directly to the banquet venue.
B course Miho Jinja Shrine up to the first 40 70 people
Visit the headquarters of Ebisu shrine, the god of business prosperity. On the way, we will also stop at a seafood direct sales center.
*Matsue Castle, one of only 12 original castles in Japan, is within walking distance. You can also take a boat trip around the moat or stroll through the historic area.