Important Deadline:

• September 7, 2018 : Abstract Due

• September 28, 2018 : Full manuscript due

• October 20, 2018: Venue registration time


The final schedule:


2018-10-20 (Saturday)

Registration (Jiulonghu Hotel, the first floor, lobby)

·   16:00 - 20:00

Data (poster & PPT file) receiving desk

·   16:00 - 20:00 Paste Posters (Jiulonghu Hotel, the second floor)

2018-10-21 (Sunday)

Meeting (8:30-18:00)

(Jiulonghu Hotel, the second floor, Nine Dragons Hall)


Opening Ceremony

Chaired by Prof. Guohua Zhou

8:45 - 10:05

Session 1: New technologies for site specific capturing of single cells and micro dissections from tissues

Chaired by Prof. Zuhong Lu


KEYNOTE LECTURE-Hideki Kambara (President of Frontier Biosystems Inc, the Honorary Fellow of Hitachi Ltd., the Distinguished Guest professor of Waseda University, Japan)

" Development of technologies related to DNA analysis ---from DNA sequencer to single cell and site specific tissue analysis system "


KEYNOTE LECTURE-Qingming Luo (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
Whole brain surveying and mapping system for cell typing based on morphological and spatial omics information "


Kazuma Mawatari (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
" Detection technologies of nonfluorescent molecules for extended-nano single cell analytical device "


Taking Photo and Coffee Break

(At the front door of Jiulonghu Hotel)

10:20 - 11:50

Session 2: NGS and bioinformatics in single-cell analysis

Chaired by Prof. Kazuma Mawatari


KEYNOTE LECTURE- Xuegong Zhang (Department of Automation, Tsinghua University, China)
"A quick view on single-cell bioinformatics"


Shinichi Hashimoto (Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kanazawa University)
Single-cell gene expression analysis in tumor microenvironment"


Jian Han (Hudson Alpha Institute for Biotechnology, USA)
“NGS of immune repertoire: how to apply it to solve clinical challenges”


Sumio Sugano (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Single cell project in Japan: CREST and Presto


Buffet lunch (the first floor, Dragon Song Hall)


Poster Presentation

14:00 - 15:50

Session 3: Comprehensive technologies for analyzing mRNA, genomes, methylation, proteins, and metabolites in single-cells as well as small biopsy sample

Chaired by Prof. Jian Han


KEYNOTE LECTURE- Takehiko Kitamori (Department of Applied Chemistry, The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Micro and nanofluidic system for single cell protein analysis"


Peggy Myung (Yale School of Medicine, USA)
Single-cell analysis reveals hair follicle dermal niche specification begins prior to morphogenesis"


Eiichi Tamiya (Osaka University, Japan)
“Single cell array for functional analyzing cell-surface markers and cytokines secretion of human immune cells”


Dechen Jiang (Nanjing University, China.)
"Nanokit for the quantification of protein activity in single living cells"


Zhen Liu (Nanjing University, China)
“Probing Subcellular Proteins and microRNAs in Single Living Cells”


Coffee Break

16:00 - 18:10

Session 4: Fundamental Technologies in single cell

Chaired by Prof. Masahito Hosokawa


KEYNOTE LECTURE- Zuhong Lu (Southeast University, China)

" Whole genome amplification of multiple bacterial-groups for Metagenomics "


Jinming Lin (Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, China)
“A Human Papillomavirus Identification Method for Cervical Cancer Screening and Prognosis on Microchip Electrophoresis System”


Mian Long (Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

" Mapping the binding kinetics and force spectrum for 2-integrins in PMN recruitment "


Katsuyuki Shiroguchi (RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research (BDR))
"A novel quantification method for bacterial microbiota analysis"


Xiangwei Zhao (Southeast University, China)
“Multiplex biomarker analysis based on plasmonic nanomaterials”


Fan Sun (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
" Marine sponge-derived smenospongine preferentially eliminates breast cancer stem-like cells via p38/AMPKα pathways "



2018-10-22 (Monday)

Meeting (8:30-17:30)

(Jiulonghu Hotel, the second floor, Nine Dragons Hall)

8:30 - 10:10

Session 5: Imaging technologies

Chaired by Prof. Huangxian JU


Takeaki Ozawa (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
“Imaging and Manipulating Intracellular signals in Single Live Cells with External Light”


Michael Natan (President & CEO, Ultivue, USA)
Achieving Simultaneous Improvements in Workflow and Multiplexing in Whole-Slide Tissue Imaging"


Sadao Ota (The University of Tokyo, ThinkCyte Inc.)
“Ghost Cytometry -machine learning-driven imaging-activated cell sorters”


Qiangbin Wang (Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

"Advanced Fluorescence Imaging in the Second Near-Infrared Window"


Hailong Hu (WITec Inc. USA)
Single cell Raman imaging for chemical visualizationdiagonasis and drug delivery"


Coffee Break

10:20 - 12:00

Session 6: Technologies for analyzing single molecules

Chaired by Prof. Takeaki Ozawa


Hiroyuki Takei (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
How plasmon-based spectroscopic techniques can help advance life sciences? "


Chunhai Fan (Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
"Framework nucleic acids guided biosensing and imaging"


Hiroyuki Noji (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
“Intrinsic diversities of catalytic activity among single enzyme molecules and virus particles revealed with femtoliter reactor array”


Masahito Hosokawa (Center for Advanced Biomedical Sciences (TWIns)

ASMeW, Waseda University, Japan)
Single-cell genome sequencing with droplet microfluidics "


Quanjun Liu (Southeast University, China)
" A new tool for single molecule dynamic research- Nanopore confined space"


Buffet lunch (the first floor, Dragon Song Hall)


Poster Presentation

14:00 - 16:00

Session 7: Clinical application of single-cell analysis

Chaired by Prof. Xiangwei Zhao


KEYNOTE LECTURE- Huangxian Ju (Nanjing University, China.)
Real-time monitoring of cellular functional molecules for precise cancer therapy "


Guohua Zhou (Nanjing University, China.)
" Analysis of single living CTCs from breast cancer patients"


Hong Liu (Southeast University, China)
Wearable nonenzymatic electrochemical sensor for perspiration glucose analysis"


Jiankui He (South University of Science and Technology of China, China)
" The third generation sequencing and clinical application "


Xunbin Wei (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
" Non-invasive in vivo monitoring of circulating cells bi in vivo flow cytometry "

15:50 - 17:00

Oral Poster Presentation Part-I (3-min each)

17:10 - 17:30

Closing Remark

Chaired by Prof. Zuhong Lu

Keynotes: (30min, 27 min plus 3 min questions)

Lectures: (20min, 18 min plus 2 min questions).

Shot-gun presentation for young scientists: 3 min oral presentations (no questions).

Poster: regular Posters (A0) must fit onto a 841 mm (wide) by 1189 mm (long) space.

Presentation should be prepared in PowerPoint or PDF