Announcement for Presenter

For Oral Session

Your total presentation time is 20 minutes, include presentation and discussion time. In typical sense, please separate your time to 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.

For Poster Session

We will prepare your poster session board 1800 (H) ~ 900 (W) mm.

(24th August 2016)

Online Registration Site is closed.

You didn't register by online, please register at the reception desk of conference venue.

(22nd August 2016)

Registration Site is AVAILABLE!!

Please register from this site. The use of registration system is available.

Bank name: The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ,Ltd.
Office name: Matsudo Branch
Account holder: Conference Service Tokyo Inc.
Account No.: 386-0252901
Bank Address(option): 1307-1 Matsudo, Matsudo-Shi, Chiba Pref, 271-0092,

Account address: Rune Tokiwadaira 111, Makinohara 1-27-1, Matsudo, Chiba,
270-2267, Japan
Account holder's phone number: +81-90-3507-5138
Note: All commission fee (for both your country bank and Japanese bank)
should be paid by authors for wire transfer.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at ACOM.
(26th July 2016)

Intoduction to Excursion

Mt. Haguro (Haguro-san) haguro-san

Mt. Haguro (414 m) is one of the Three Mountains of Dewa, the three sacred mountains located in Yamagata Prefecture. Being the lowest of the three mountains, Mt. Haguro is the only one that is accessible year round. A path of 2,466 stone steps leads to the summit of Mt. Haguro, where the Ideha Shrine stands. Although visitors can reach the summit by car, the recommended (and traditional) approach is to walk the path for about one hour. The stone-step path passes through a five-storied pagoda, surrounded by cedars, and a number of shrines. The steps and the pagoda are listed as National Treasures of Japan. There is a teahouse along the path offering tired hikers drinks, snacks, and souvenirs.

ANNOUNCEMENT for Registration

We apologize that the construction of registration system is late. A website of the ACOM registration opens soon. Please, wait a minute. We are looking forward to welcoming you at ACOM. (20th July 2016)


Mixing technology, as one of the key unit operation, is widely used not only in the production of polymer products, but also in various industrial processes, such as biochemical, pharmaceutical, chemical, petrochemical, metallurgical processes as well as food and water treatment.
The first ACOM conference was held in 2005, Shanghai, China (namely 1st Sino-Japanese Conference) and have been held in Yonezawa, Japan (2008), Jeju Island, Korea (2010) and Beijing, China (2013).
ACOM 2016 will center on bringing together the fluid mixing community across academia, industry, private and governmental research institutions to share and discuss the latest research developments. The aim of the Conference is to provide an opportunity for participants from both the academic and engineering societies of Japan and the other countries in Asia to exchange their view and ideas on engineering developments and designs, process operations, process simulation and scale-up etc. in the field of mixing technology related to the reaction engineering and production for polymers.


  • Solid-Liquid system
  • Liquid-Liquid system
  • Gas-Liquid system
  • Gas-Liquid-Solid system
  • Non-Newtonian or viscous fluid mixing
  • Micro mixing
  • Application of CFD in fluid mixing
  • Experimental technology
  • Other mixing technology



Department of Biochemical Engineering, Yamagata University
4-3-16 Jonan, Yonezawa-shi, Yamagata, 992-8510, Japan
Phone No.: +81-238-26-3132 / FAX No.: +81-238-26-3414
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New Release

y2016/08/05z Access to Venue, Takinoyu

y2016/08/04z Program for 5th ACOM is updated!

y2016/07/26z registration site is opened!

y2016/01/27zThe deadline for the submission of abstracts for 5th ACOM is extended!
New deadline is 12th February 2016

y2016/01/12zTempletes for Abstract and Full Paper are available.

y2016/01/12z1st Circular and Call for Papers [pdf] .

y2016/01/12zThis home page was opened.

Sponsoring by

Sumitomo Heavy Industries Process Equipment Co.,ltd,

Shanghai Morimatsu Pressure Vessel Co., Ltd.

Satake Chemical Equipment Mfg. Ltd.

Supported by

Fluid & Particle Processing Division, SCEJ

Tohoku Branch, SCEJ

Yamagata Forum on Chemical Engineering

Yonezawa Alumni Association of Yamagata University