in Miskolc-Lillafüred, October 8-12, 2018. Hungary



Prof. Limin WU

“Changjiang” Professor
Department of Materials Science Fudan University Shanghai 200433
“Preparation, self assembly and properties of hybrid colloidal spheres”
Limin Wu received his Ph.D. degree from Zhejiang University in 1991. From 1991 to 1994, he worked as a lecturer and then as an associate professor at Zhongshan University. Thereafter, from 1994 to 1999, he worked as a visiting professor at Pennsylvania State University and Eastern Michigan University. He joined Fudan University in 1998, where he is currently a "Changjiang Scholar" Chair Professor awarded by the Ministry of Education of China. He has published more than 300 papers with H-index=53. His current research interests include synthesis, assembly and properties of polymeric-inorganic hybrid colloidal spheres.
Prof. Sergei KULKOV

Head of Ceramic Composites Laboratory in ISPMS RAS
Chair of Department of Deformed Solids at Tomsk State University, Tomsk
“Smart materials based on a high and low temperatures SME-Alloys”
Sergei KULKOV received his Ph.D. degree from Tomsk State University in 1981 and doctoral degree in 1990 from Institute of Strength Physics and Material Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences. From 1981 up today, he worked as firstly as researcher and head of ceramic composites laboratory in ISPMS RAS and from1992 as a professor and from 2000 as head of department in TSU. His current research interests include synthesis and mechanical properties of MMC and CMC with phase transformations and the development of functional materials for different applications.
Prof. Dariusz KATA

Professor at Department of Ceramics and Refractory Materials
AGH University of Science and Technology - Krakow
“Applicability of Rapid Prototyping for shaping of advanced ceramics and composites”
Dariusz Kata received his Ph.D. degree from AGH University of Science and Technology (AGH-UST), Cracow in 1997. From 2002 to 2015, he worked as associate professor and next as full professor engaged at AGH-UST. Participation in 112 International Symposiums, 75 lectures given at conferences and workshops, 16 invited or key note lectures. Two years (1998-2001) postdoctoral position at Ryukoku University, Kyoto, Japan. Series of lectures for students as visiting professors in: Hokkaido University Japan (2010, 2012, 2015); University of Ceretaro, Mexico (2008), University of Miskolsc, Hungary (2013).He has published up to now 135 papers in International and Polish Journals. Current research activities: materials shaping by rapid prototyping,synthesis and sintering of ceramic advanced materials; examination of structure and microstructure polycrystalline ceramic composites; thermal dissociation of nitrides and carbides; measurements of structural and functional properties of advanced ceramic polycrystals; preparation and rheological study of UV-cure ceramic pastes.
Prof. Yasunori TAGA

Director and professor Thin Film Research Centre
Chubu University - Kasugai-shi, Aichi
“Adhesive-free joining and application for flexible devices”
Yasunori Taga graduated from Nagoya Institute of Technology and joined Toyota Central Research and Development Laboratory (TCRDL) in 1970. After taking a PhD degree in Materials Science from Osaka University in 1975. he was promoted a director of TCRDL in 1996 and was appointed as adjunct professor of Tohoku University in Japan and University of Toronto in Canada from 2000 to 2010. After retirement of director, he became advisor of TCRDL for 2 years and moved to Chubu University as a director and professor of Thin Film Research Centre. Specialized research field of Prof. Taga is design of thin films and interface for the purpose of application in industry, including transparent conductive films, organic light emitting diodes and photocatalytic films.Recently, Professor Taga invented an epoch-making method of joining of different material at low temperature without using adhesive which was called Gas Adsorption Joining (GAJ). He is strongly interested in fundamentals of chemical reaction at the interface for joining and the industrial application of GAJ.His R & D activity is complemented by over 370 papers and review articles in International Journals & Conference, and over 10,000 citations by other researchers. Furthermore, he obtained 145 International Patents. In addition, he awrarded International R & D Prize, ASTM Prize. Global 100 Echo-Tech Prize. Fine ceramics Prize, etc.
Prof. Dr. Paula Maria VILARINHO

Professor at the University of Aveiro, Department of Materials and Ceramic Engineering (DEMaC)
Senior Researcher of the Associate Laboratory, CICECO – Aveiro Materials Institute - Aveiro
“Nanoferroic based structures for electronics”
Paula Vilarinho graduated in Ceramics and Glass Engineering from the University of Aveiro, in 1983 and got her PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Aveiro, in 1994, in the field of Relaxor Ferroelectric Materials. Paula Vilarinho is currently the leader of the Electroceramics Group, within CICECO. President of the Portuguese Society of Materials (SPM), Coordinator (Portugal) of the Emerging Technologies Program within The University of Texas at Austin – Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) Portugal Program (Collaboratory for Emerging Technologies, CoLab) and Member of the Scientific Committee of the Doctoral Program in Materials Science and Engineering, of the University of Aveiro. She was Visiting Professor at (i) the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of North Carolina State University, USA, in 2001, (ii) at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom in 2008 and (iii) at McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA, in 2015. She was Director of the Undergraduate Course in Ceramics and Glass Engineering of the University of Aveiro (1999 – 2001), and Director of the Undergraduate Course in Materials Engineering of the University of Aveiro (2009 – 2016). She was coordinator of the Scientific Commission of the Department of Materials and Ceramic Engineering of the University of Aveiro (2002 – 2006). She was the former President of the Portuguese Society of Microscopy (2010 - 2011). She was vice-president of the Portuguese Materials Society (SPM) (2009 – 2013). She was distinguished with the prize “Estímulo à Excelência” (Stimulus to Excellence) in February 2007 awarded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). She won two awards in business plan competitions (EMPREENDE+ University of Aveiro, 2011 and Idea to Product (I2P) – COTEC, Portugal, 2011). Her profile and scientific career were recently distinguish in the recent book “Successful Women Ceramic and Glass Scientists and Engineers: 100 Inspirational Profiles” by Lynnette Madsen, Willey, 2016. Paula Vilarinho published over 284 papers, 6 book chapters, with ca. 4964 citations (h-index 37), 9 patent applications and edited 4 books. She has given over one hundred scientific and technical talks at international conferences and 127 invited talks. She has(is) supervised(ing) 20 post-docs, 24 PhD students and 44 Master students. Paula Vilarinho Research Group is engaged in fundamental and applied research in the synthesis, properties and processing of functional materials for electronics, microelectronics and related applications.Electric Field Driven Assembly Involving Ferroics for Biodevices and Biosensors, Electrophoretic Deposition and Constrained Sintering of Functional Materials, Lead Free Ferroelectrics / Piezoelectrics, Low Temperature, Low Cost Fabrication of Functional Materials, Structures and Systems, Nanoporous and Nanostructured Ferroelectrics, Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics and Composite Materials and Cold Sintering and FLASH Sintering of Lead Free Perovskite Oxides, are some of the current R&D topics.
Professor Tomasz SADOWSKI

Professor and head of Department of Solid Mechanics in Lublin University of Technology - city Lublin

“Quasi-static and dynamic degradation process of 2-phase ceramic matrix composites and cermet”
Tomasz Sadowski received his Ph.D. from Institute of Fundamental Technological Research (Polish Academy of Sciences) in 1985. He is permanently employed at Lublin University of Technology (Poland), now in full professor position. He worked as a visiting professor at University of Illinois at Chicago (USA), Technical University of Munich (Germany), Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany), Martin-Luther University Halle-Saale (Germany), University of Wales Swansea (UK), Polytechnic Marche Ancona (Italy) and others. He received in 2005 within 5th Framework Programme of European Union Individual Marie Curie Fellowship for Transfer of Knowledge to University of Wales. He published 185 papers (Scopus) and was organizer or co-organiser of many international conferences and scientific courses in Centre for Mechanical Sciences in Udine (Italy). In 2016 he received Doctor Honoris Causa from Ovidius University of Constanta, Romania. He co-ordinated 4 European Union projects within 5FP, 6FP and 7FP. T. Sadowski current research activities include: continuum damage mechanics of materials and structures; modelling of ceramic polycrystalline materials; modelling of composites: ceramic and polymer matrix, polymer foams, wood and plywood; fracture mechanics of materials under mechanical loading and thermal shock; plates with damage and sandwich structures; experimental testing of materials and structures under: static, cyclic, thermal and impact loading.
Prof. Dr. László A. GÖMZE

chair of Int. Sci. Committee of ic-cmtp5
Institute of Ceramics and Polymer Engineering at the University of Miskolc
"Principles of Development of Self-healing Ceramic Based Composites with Extreme Dynamic Strength"
Prof. Tohru SEKINO

Professor at Osaka University and author of more than 290 peer-reviewed publications in the worldwide journals
“Development of ceramic-metal nanocomposites and their multifunctionalities”
Tohru Sekino graduated from Tohoku University and recruited into the Institute of Scientific and Industrials Research (ISIR) Osaka University as a Research Associate in 1990. He obtained his doctorate from Osaka University in 1997. Dr. Sekino was appointed as an Associate Professor of Tohoku University in 2007 and as a Professor at Osaka University in 2014. He is involved in various cutting edge investigations in design, development, and functionalization for a wide variety of ceramics including nanocomposites, nanostructured materials, and nanohybrid materials. He has over 290 peer-reviewed publications in the worldwide journals.



Professor of materials science and engineering
at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Troy, NY
“Thermal conduction in glasses and disordered materials”
Pawel Keblinski received MS degree form Warsaw University in 1990 and PhD degree from Pennsylvania State University in 1995. After a postdoctoral appointments at Argonne National Laboratory and Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe he joined the faculty of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His research relies mainly on the use of classical molecular dynamics simulations to study structure-property relationships in interfacial materials, with a focus on thermal transport modeling. His work to date resulted in over 180 publications in peer-reviewed journals and associated H-index of 60. He is a recipient of a National Science Foundation Career Award and a Humboldt Fellowship. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, and an Associated Editor of the Journal of Applied Physics.
Prof. Tadachika NAKAYAMA

Professor in Nagaoka University of Technology - Nagaoka.
Richard M. Fulrath Award from American Ceramic Society
“Development of ceramics process using nanosecond pulsed electric field”
Tadachika NAKAYAMA received his Ph.D. degree from Osaka University in 2000 under the supervision of professor Koichi Niihara. From 2000 to 2005, he worked as an assistant professor at Osaka University. From 2005 to 2016, he worked as anassistant professor and then as an associate professor at Nagaoka University of Technology. Thereafter, on 2010, he worked as a JSPS Fellow at University of York. From 2017, he worked as a professor and as an advisor to the president at Nagaoka University of Technology.He has published more than 200 papers. On 2016, he received the Commendation for Science and Technology by the MEXT, Japan. Late 2016 he received the Richard M. Fulrath Award, American Ceramics Society. His current work focuses on linking the nanosecond technology to the nanotechnology.
Prof. Takaomi KOBAYASHI

Professor at Department of Materials Science and Technology in Nagaoka University of Technology (NUT).
Since 2014 he is professor also at Department of Science and Technology Innovarion in NUT – Nagaoka
“Polymer inorganic composite fibers for water treatment adsorbents: Practical examples for decontamination of radioactive cesium in Fukushima and their advantageous characteristics of fibrous” and an INVITED talk on „Cellulosic hydrogels for application of biomedical and nano-medicine”
Takaomi Kobayashi received his PhD from Osaka University, Faculty of Science in 1988. He worked in Nagaoka University of Technology (NUT) as research associate from 1991 to 1995. In 1995-1996, he was visiting researcher in Emory University, USA and then associate professor in 1997-2006. From 2006-present, he has worked in full time professor in NUT at Department of Materials Science and Technology. Currently in 2014-present he has responsible another post as Professor in Department of Science and Technology Innovation (Master-doctor continuous School) . He received the 65th Niigata Nippo Cultural Prize Niigata News Paper company in 2013 and in 2014 April, he awarded the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Prize of Science and Technology. Now, he is also the president of Japan Sonochemistry society in 2015-2017. His interests in current researches include development of new functional materials related with water treatment, biomass re-generation and waste materials for the regeneration to functional advanced materials. More recent topics are focused on researches to environmental materials relating with waste water and soil treatment like decontamination of radioactive cesium in Fukushima area, ultrasonic treatment technology of arsenic soils, fly ash or other organic-inorganic wastes for geopolymers and then reuses of cellulosic biomass for functional materials having regenerative medicine.
Prof. Takeshi TOYAMA

Professor in Department of Materials and Applied Chemistry
College of Science and Technology in Nihon University – Tokyo
“Morphological control of alkaline earth metal phosphates by microwave heating”
Takeshi Toyama is a professor of the College of Science and Technology, Nihon University. He is graduated at Nihon University in 1994 and earned his Ph. D degree in Industrial Chemistry at Nihon University in 1999. In 1999, he worked to Nihon University as research assistant. From 2006 to 2015, he was an assistant professor and an associate professor. Since 2016, he has been a professor at Nihon University. His recent research is focused on functionalization of calcium salts by morphologically controlling the size, shape, particle size distribution, and so on. At present, he is a director of Japanese Association of Inorganic Phosphorus Chemistry.
Prof. Takao MORI

Professor, group leader and principal investigator in the International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA)
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) - Tsukuba
“Development of ceramic thermoelectric materials suitable for the topping cycle application in power plants”
Takao Mori received his PhD in 1996 at the University of Tokyo, Dept. of Physics. He is a MANA Principal Investigator and Group Leader at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Japan. He is also a Board Member of the International Thermoelectric Society (ITS). He is an Editorial Board Member of JSSC, AAC, Materials Today Physics, J. Materiom., and President of the Asian Association of Thermoelectrics (AAT), and a Research Director of JST CREST. He has been recipient of a Minister of Science and Technology Agency Award in 2000 and nano tech 2016 Grand Award: Research Project Award (Green Nanotechnology Award).His current research interests include synthesisand properties development of thermoelectric materials, discovery of thermoelectric enhancement principles and also phonon engineering methods to control thermal energy in general.
Dr. Uwe BECK

The chief of the “Surface modification and surface metrology” division at the
Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) -Berlin
“State-of-the-Art in Multiple-Sample Evaluation of Adhesive and Bonding Strength”
Uwe Beck received his diploma degree in physics from the Technical University Dresden in 1980 for a diploma thesis on surface analytical characterization (LEED/AES) in the field of corrosion research. In 1991, he obtained a Ph.D. degree in experimental physics from the Humboldt university Berlin for a thesis on the characterization (reflectometry, ellipsometry, mode spectroscopy) of dielectric layer stacks for ELD devices. From 1980 to 1991, he was working as project and group leader at the research center Teltowof the electronic industry. In 1991, he became member of staff at BAM, the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing in Berlin. There, he has been project leader of more than 30 projects and group leader for more than one decade. In 2012, he was appointed as division chief of the division “Surface modification and surface metrology”. In the field of surface technology, Dr. Beck is member of several German, European and international standardization committees, was granted more than 10 patents, is author/co-author of more than 300 publications, and organizer of workshops and sessions dedicated to surface technology at various conferences. Together with Prof. Lunk from the university of Stuttgart, he founded in 2000 the German working group ellipsometry which has been organizing the German and later the European workshops ellipsometry. He belonged to the organizers of the International Conference on Spectroscopic Ellipsometry ICSE-4 2007 in Stockholm and ICSE-7 2016 in Berlin
Prof. Erwan RAUWEL

Professor at Estonian University of Life Science
Institute of Technology
“Recent advances on nanoparticles applied to water remediation and biomedical applications”
Erwan Rauwel received his PhD degree from University of Caen in Materials science in 2003. He continued with postdoctoral studies at Minatec, Grenoble, France and at the University of Aveiro, Portugal as a Marie Curie fellow. He has been a Senior Researcher at University of Oslo where he has patented a method for metal nanoparticles synthesis. Since, 2013, he is Professor at Tallinn University of Technology, Tartu College where his team is investigating the properties of these metal nanoparticles for water purification and biomedical applications. His team also investigates on carbon-based hybrid nanocomposite for photocurrent generation and energy harvesting. He has more than 57 peer-reviewed publications with H-index=17, 4 book chapters and 5 patents (4 personally authored and 3 still active). He is also presently consulting editor for International Journal of Nanomedicine and chief scientist and board member in a Start-up Company (PRO-1 NANOSolutions).
Prof. Olga KOTOVA

Head of Laboratory of Mineral Row Technology of Institute of Geology
Komi Science Center of Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Science – Syktyvkar
“New adsorbent materials on the base of minerals and industrial waste”
She is graduated a prize in Science by Komi Republic Government in 2004. She is laureate of the Komi Republic competition Golden Mercury in the nomination Innovation of the Year-2005. From 2015 she is a lecturer and a professor of Syktyvkar State University. Olga Kotova gives a course of lectures in Basics of Mineral Processing Technologies (Master`s program, profile: Geology and Geochemistry of Solid Minerals) at the Department of Geology (the basic department of the Institute of Geology of the Komi Science Center, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences), Syktyvkar State University. She had worked in the area of phase transformation in natural minerals and waste. Her recent study is directed on development of low cost adsorbents based on minerals/waste and creativenew materials for industry (water purification, medicine, ceramics, etc.)
Professor Jun YANG

Professor in Department of Chemical Engineering,
Shanghai Jiao Tong University– Shanghai
“Nanostructured Electrode Materials for High Energy Secondary Batteries”
Professor Jun Yang received his Ph.D. degree from Muenster University, Germany in 1995 and completed his postdoctoral work in Graz University of Technology, Austria in 1997. Then, he worked in Mie University, Japan, as a research fellow and in Shanghai Institute of Microsystems and Information Technology, CAS as a senior fellow. Since 2003 he has been professor in Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His research interests are in rechargeable lithium (or magnesium, sodium) batteries and electroactive materials. In particular, he focuses his researches on Li-alloy anode materials for Li-ion batteries, rechargeable Li-S battery and key materials for rechargeable Mg battery. More than 170 papers have been published with a total SCI citation of 10000 and H-index 54.
Prof. Aleksandr URAKOV

Professor and head of Department of General and Clinical Pharmacology
the Izhevsk State Medical Academy - Izhevsk
“The change in the quality and properties of new materials by changing the content of gas in them”
Aleksandr Urakov received his Ph.D. degree from Kazan State Medical University in 1992. From 1988 to date, he worked as head of the Department of General and Clinical Pharmacology at Izhevsk State Medical Academy in Russia. Concurrently since 2007, he works first as a research officer, then senior research fellow in the Department of Material Science and Thermal Deformation Processes at the Institute of Mechanics of Ural branch of RAS (Izhevsk). From 2014 he is a member of the expert Council of the Higher Attestation Commission (HAC) of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. From 2017 he is a member of the European Association of Thermology (EAT). He is the author and/or coauthor of 200 inventions and patents. Не is recognized as the honored inventor of the Russian Federation and was awarded the order "Badge of Honor". He has published more than 200 papers. His current scientific interests include the development of new methods of diagnosis, treatment, drugs and other medical products by controlling and securing the "right" of the local temperature, osmotic and acid (alkaline) activity.
Prof. Dr. László A. GÖMZE

chair of Int. Sci. Committee of ic-cmtp5
Institute of Ceramics and Polymer Engineering at the University of Miskolc
“Conventional brick clays a challenge of materials science – new explanation of drying sensitivities,“
László A. GÖMZE is Professor in the Institute of Ceramics and Polymer Engineering at the University of Miskolc (UM), Hungary. Qualifications include Bachelor (1971) and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (1973) from Moscow State University of Civil Engineering and Master of Science in Chemistry (1979) from Mendeleev State University of Chemical Engineering. He successfully completed PhD dissertation and obtained his PhD from the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering in 1984, as well as from Scientific Qualification Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Science in 1985. Working in Hungary he successfully completed his dissertation thesis in Doctor of Technical Sciences in 1986 and the thesis of Dr. of Dr-Habil in Technical and Natural Sciences in 2011. Prior to joining University of Miskolc in 1993, László A. GÖMZE has spent 20 years in industry. In 1973 he has started as shift engineer and continued as head of Department of Special Machines and Equipment in a design institute and finally as managing director of company (1986-1993). In 1977 he was honored with award of “Best young Engineer of Hungary” and in 1989 with award of “World Selection Trophy for Quality and Export Merit” in the United States. In 1991 he was awarded with “Gold Medal for Silicate Industry” and in 2006 with “Merit of Medal for Hungarian Industry and Economy” Since 1993 when he has joined to University of Miskolc he is responsible for BSC, MSC and PhD educational program of ceramic materials and silicate engineering. In 1999 he was establisher of the Department of Ceramics and Silicate Engineering at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering in University of Miskolc and was thr first chair of this department from 1999 until 2014. In 2002 he was the organizer and one of the establishers of the Association of Hungarian Ceramic Industry and its first president from 2002 to 2004. He was also one of the establishers and professors of the Institute of Ceramics and Polymer Engineering in 2012. He is member of several Hungarian and European Scientific Societies and Industrial Associations. At present L. A. GÖMZE is professor of the Institute of Ceramics and Polymers Engineering in the University of Miskolc and parallel to this he is the chair of Materials Research and Development division of IGREX Engineering Service Ltd. He is author or coauthor of several patents, 5 books and more than 250 scientific papers. Most of these papers (before 2008) are written in Hungarian or Russian languages.
A./Prof. Nicky ESHTIAGHI

Associate Professor in the chemical Engineering discipline of RMIT University and owner of AAUT (in 2017)
“Rheological behavior of aerated sludge”
She is the leader of sludge rheology research and published more than100peer-reviewed papers since 2009 with h-index of 18 and a total of 1200 citations as of Feb. 2018. She investigates the flow behavior of solid residue (sludge) from wastewater treatment plants with the aim of optimizing energy efficiency of process in the sludge treatment lines. She is recipients of several prestigious awards including 2015 Engineers Australia’s Victorian Professional Engineer of the Year in recognition of engineering competence, leadership skills, creativity, innovation and conspicuous service to industry, the profession and society and the 2017 Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) for outstanding contribution to students learning. Before moving to Australia, she completed her Master’s degrees and worked for six years in industry before commencing a PhD at Monash University. She received her PhD degree in 2010 and started her academic life at the same year at RMIT University as a lecturer.
Prof. Jean-Marie DREZET

Professor at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne and author of more than 100 papers with H-index 23
“Tube fixed plug drawing: determination of the friction coefficients and drawability of 316 LVM stainless steel”
Jean-Marie Drezet received his Ph.D. degree from EcolePolytechniqueFederale de Lausanne in 1996. From 1996 to 2004, he worked as a project leader in two European Research Projects (Empact and Vircast) dedicated to aluminum continuous casting and product quality. Thereafter, he started to use to use neutron diffraction to measure internal stresses in as-cast industrial aluminum billets and large ingots. In 2011, he used in situ neutron diffraction during casting to determine the rigidity temperature of solidifying aluminum alloys. His research now focuses on stress related defects in production processes. Prof. Drezet teaches Continuum Mechanics, Metals and Alloys and Metals for Civil Engineering at EPF-Lausanne. He has published more than 100 papers with H-index=23
Prof. Hidehiro YASUDA

Osaka University
”Characterization of dynamic nanoprocess in nanoparticles by high time-resolved ultra-high voltage electron microscopy”
Hidehiro Yasuda received his Ph.D. degree from Osaka University in 1991. From 1985 to 1988, he worked as a researcher at Nippon Steel Corporation, Japan. From 1988 to 2000, he worked as an assistant professor and associate professor at Osaka University, Japan. He joined National Research Institute for Metals, Japan, as a research unit leader in 2000. Thereafter, from 2001 to 2010, he worked as a full professor at Kobe University, Japan, and from 2010 he moved to Osaka University as a full professor. He has published more than 280 papers. His current research interests include materials science under dynamic non-equilibrium states and nanoparticle science by in-situ transmission electron microscopy.
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