Vol.11 no.3 2019

−i−Highlights of the Papers in SynthesiologySynthesiology is a journal that describes the objectives, specific scenarios, and procedures of research activities that attempt to utilize the results in society, in particular, the process of synthesis and integration of elemental technologies for practical application. To allow the readers to see the value of the papers in a glance, the highlights of the papers that characterize Synthesiology have been extracted.Synthesiology Editorial BoardResearch paper: Challenge towards synthesis of non-silica-based hybrid mesoporous materials—Level of compositional design and control of mesoporous materials achieved so far—Tatsuo KIMURAThis paper describes the course by which non-silica-based hybrid mesoporous materials were synthesized, which was considered difcult until now. The strategies include the selection of new starting materials and the search for synthetic routes that did not exist before. As a result, the extension of composition and structure of the mesoporous material was successfully achieved. It shows the importance of the integration of elemental technologies using sub-nanometer scale chemical species such as organic and metal species as tools.Research paper: High-value materials from incineration residues of burnable garbage—Production of silica with high specic surface area from “molten slag” and direct transformation of silica to basic raw material for silicon chemical industry—Norihisa FUKAYA et al.This paper discusses the technology for producing high-functional materials that are valuable not only in the venous industry, but also in the arterial industry, using molten slag that has negative value of being incineration residues of garbage. Rather than achieving high purity through simple sorting as done conventionally, it is innovative that synthesis is performed based on the chemical equilibrium theory. As the authors indicate, encounters and collaboration with people of different specialties are when research results proceed to the next stage.Research paper: Development and commercialization of laser inspection system to detect surface flaws of machined holesSaburo OKADA et al.This paper discusses the development and commercialization of an automated, high-precision device system for detecting defects on glossy or mirror surfaces that tend to be missed in visual inspections of inner wall surfaces of machined holes with various diameters in industrial products. The points of each development stage are clearly stated, and the scenario for successful product realization is described such as conducting product development that matches the demands of companies in order to overcome crises such as re-organization of the research institute and the Lehman Shock.Commentary: Contributing to the SpaceWire international standard—Successful factors for the development of a de jure standard—Hiroki HIHARA et al.The scenario in which Japanese proposals were adopted is described from the aspects of the technological background and roles of personnel, in the international standardization of SpaceWire that is the communication standard for satellite networks. Applying the Yoshikawa model to the process of development-type standardization work, behavior patterns of the people involved in standardization of Europe, USA, and Japan are analyzed. This may be applied to general international standardization, not limited to the satellite communication standard, and will be useful to people of other elds.Electronic journalURL J-Stagehttp://www.aist.go.jp/aist_e/research_results/publications/synthesiology_e/ https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/syntheng

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