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【Public Offering Restricted to Campus】Q-PIT AY2020 Support Program for Doctoral Students

【Public Offering Restricted to Campus】Q-PIT AY2020 Support Program for Doctoral Students

The Kyushu University Platform of Inter/Transdisciplinary Energy Research (Q-PIT) was established in accordance with the Kyushu University Action Plan. This platform aims to resolve global energy issues in association with promising researchers from various fields, from humanities and social science to natural sciences. Through the resolution of these issues, Q-PIT also aims to create a one-stop solution for energy research and education, and transdisciplinary projects to realize a future energy society that enables sustainable development. As a gateway to success, this program is targeting identification and support of young researchers and doctoral students who will play major roles in future energy research in society.

[Details of Application]
 Projects will be accepted in the following five research areas:
 Area 1: Energy Technology
 Area 2: Energy Systems and Management
 Area 3: Environmental Energy Issues
 Area 4: Energy Economy, Society, and Policy
 Area 5: Other Energy Issues

    [Eligibility and Requirements]
     * Support is available to Doctoral students, as well as Master’s students expected to join doctoral programs.
     * If you have been previously supported by this Doctoral Support program twice, you are not eligible to apply a third time.
     * First-time applicants will be given priority over previous awardees in the case of tied ranking.

[Number of Awards and Amount of Support]
            Gold Award: ~1 (500,000 yen)
         Silver Award: ~2 (400,000 yen)
         Bronze Award: ~5 (300,000 yen)
 Encouragement Award: ~20 (200,000 yen)

[Expenses for Research and Further Education]
 According to the rank of each award, expenses for research and further education will be offered to the laboratories to which the students who receive the award belong.
 Please note that there are no restrictions on the use of research and education incentives, but from the perspective of preventing the spread of new coronavirus infections, efforts must be made to properly execute the expenses under    the supervision of the affiliated laboratory.

[Support Period]  Until the end of AY 2020

[Application Deadline]   1:00PM Monday, July 6, 2020
*Documents must be submitted through the administrative office of the applicant’s department.

[Application Guidelines and Format]
▼Application Guideline AY2020(PDF)
▼Screening Guidelines AY2020(Summery Version)(PDF)
▼(FORM1)“Application Form” [EXCEL]
  (FORM2)“ Research Proposal” [WORD]
  (FORM3)“Application Form of the Applicant’s Department” [EXCEL]
  (to be completed by the administrative staff of the applicant’s department)

[Contact for Application Documents]
      Administrative Office / Kashiwagi
      Platform of Inter/Transdisciplinary Energy Research (Q-PIT)
      E-mail:eneken@jimu.kyushu-u.ac.jp
      TEL: 092-802-6644 (Internal: 90-7196)

   *Please confirm the details in the Application Guideline.

   *There are no support program for Young Researchers this year.

The Awards Ceremony of Kyushu University Energy Week 2020 Poster Presentation

Kyushu University Energy Week 2020 Poster Presentation

“Kyushu University Energy Week 2020” Poster Presentation was held on January 28th (Tue) 2020.

<Date>         12:50-14:30, 28th January 2020

<Venue>       I2CNER Foyer, I2CNER Bldg. 1, Ito Campus, Kyushu University

Affiliation

Name

Title of Research

Faculty of Engineering

喜多 由拓

滴状凝縮のマルチスケール観察とエネルギー輸送最適化の検討

Graduate School of Engineering

周 子涵

配位子還元体を活性種とするポルフィセンコバルト錯体を用いた水素発生反応の開拓

Graduate School of Engineering

Hwang Byungchan

Development of high durability silicone polymer electrolytes with Nafion-like structure for PEFC application

Graduate School of Engineering

Albert Mufundirwa

Understanding the roles of different iron salts in the formation of oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) active sites in Fe-N-C electrocatalysts

Graduate School of Engineering

内山 雄貴

水蒸気によるCO酸化触媒反応の著しい促進効果

Graduate School of Engineering

星野 健太

高濃度ドーパント導入による高プロトン伝導性燃料電池電解質の開発

Graduate School of Engineering

松川 祐子

金属チオラートを介する硫化物ナノ粒子の作製

Graduate School of Engineering

宮川 一慶

トンネル効果に起因した液体水素から金属内部への水素侵入過程の解明

Graduate School of Engineering

山下 優

植毛伝熱面の蒸発熱交換に及ぼす液位変化の影響

Graduate School of Engineering

江原 駿太

光水分解反応における律速過程と欠陥濃度の影響

Graduate School of Engineering

黒岩 誠

マグネシウム置換ガリウム酸ランタンの薄膜化が酸化物イオン伝導に及ぼす影響

Graduate School of Engineering

MA Zhongliang

Constructing ultrastable carbon encapsulated nano-nickle to elucidate multistep reaction mechanism of MgH2

Graduate School of Engineering

澁谷 光一郎

複数風車のウェイク干渉に関する研究

Graduate School of Engineering

北林 康喜

高濃度スカンジウム置換ジルコン酸バリウムにおける会合エネルギ-とプロトン濃度の関係

Graduate School of Engineering

村本 幸央

複雑地形における風況予測に関する研究

Graduate School of Engineering

Muhammad Irfan Maulana Kusdhany

High Surface Area MOF-derived Hierarchically Porous Carbon for Energy Storage Applications

Graduate School of Engineering

吉永 健

再生可能エネルギーの有効利用を目的とした水電解・燃料電池ハイブリッド触媒の開発

Graduate School of Engineering

TU HOAN PHUC

Development of paper-structured catalyst for hydrogen production by dry reforming of methane

Graduate School of Engineering

吉積 翼

SnO2ナノ粒子を担体に用いたPEFC電極触媒の研究

Graduate School of Engineering

牛島 怜

SOFCの緩和時間分布と各種依存性に関する研究

Graduate School of Engineering

森 滉稀

固体酸化物形燃料電池の性能評価とシミュレーション手法

Graduate School of Engineering

的場 太一

再エネ有効利用を目的とした高耐久PEFCのカソード触媒層設計―イオノマーの検討―

Graduate School of Engineering

殿迫 徹也

固体高分子型燃料電池用のPt-酸化物ナノコンポジット電極触媒の開発

Graduate School of Engineering

武井 翔太

再エネ有効利用を目的としたPEFCの低Pt化に向けた研究
-濃度過電圧とカーボン担体の相関性の検討-

Graduate School of Engineering

髙田 正太郎

バイオガス直接内部改質SOFCの改質反応に関する研究

Graduate School of Engineering

黄 亭維

再エネ利用を目的としたPEFCの高効率化に向けたメソポーラスカーボンファイバー電極の開発

Faculty of Engineering

Kayoung Park

Improvement of cell performance in catalyst layers with optimal design for polymer electrolyte fuel cells

Graduate School of Engineering

山下 翼

機械学習を用いた固体酸化物燃料電池におけるカソードの開発方法の探索

Graduate School of Engineering

大神 沙姫

ウィンドソーラータワーによる太陽光と風力の同時取得発電

Faculty of Engineering Center for Small Molecule Energy

吉川 光寛

太陽電池と燃料電池を融合した新電池の創成                                    

Graduate School of Integrated Frontier Sciences

Suzuki Shoyo

Fundamental Insights into Platinum-Free Electrocatalysts

Graduate School of Integrated Frontier Sciences

ZHU HUAN

Effect of rapid thermal annealing on fabricating pn-junction device by Si paste

Graduate School of Integrated Frontier Sciences

Enes Muhammet CAN

Superhydrophobic Fluorinated Carbons for Water Management in PEFCs

Graduate School of Integrated Frontier Sciences

Selyanchyn Olena

Nanocellulose Crosslinked with Sulfonic Acid as an Alternative Proton Conductive Membrane for Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Graduate School of Science

Suda Keiju

Two dimensional crystallization of bacteriorhodopsin by depletion force of lipid

Graduate School of Science

多伊良 夏樹

ストップトフロー法およびDFT計算に基づくポリオキソメタレート酸素発生触媒の機構的研究

Graduate School of Science

脇山 史彬

白金(II)単核錯体を触媒とした水素生成反応の活性制御因子の解明

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

坂本 遼

全固体塩化物シャトル電池の創製

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

Yousefian Ali

Ion Density Analysis in a Miniature Neutralizer Utilizing PIC Simulation with Respect to Inlet Configuration

*I2CNER, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

TAHMID HASAN RUPAM

Theoretical pedrformance analysis of potential adsorbent/refrigerant pairs for next generation cooling applications                                    

*I2CNER, Graduate School of Engineering

Zhang Nan

Effect of addition of ammonia to hydrogen gas on hydrogen embrittlement in JIC test                               

*I2CNER, Graduate School of Engineering

髙崎 大裕

大規模水素利用技術の安全性確保のための高温水素中のクリープ損傷に関する研究       

*I2CNER, Graduate School of Engineering

山田 和輝

O2およびCOによる水素助長疲労き裂進展の加速に対する抑制効果律速機構の違い    

*I2CNER, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

M L Palash

Functionalization of porous material for developing adsorption-based portable passive water harvester

*I2CNER, Graduate School of Engineering

Tetsuya Miwa

Oxygen evolution reaction on Au/Nickel-Iron layered double hydroxide nanosheet

International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research

Qing Wang

Oxygen-Deficient Silica Quartz: A New Material for Photocatalysis

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

David Carrillo-Canizalez

Power Output Enhancement of Diffuser Augmented Wind Turbines used in a multi rotor system

Graduate School of Engineering

徳永 大悟

人体構造に準じたインテリジェントロボット義手の研究

-表面筋電位による人型指ロボットの制御-

Graduate School of Engineering

澤野 賢太

SOFCの発電電力と排熱を用いたメタン発酵消化液濃縮システムの設計に向けた基礎研究

*I2CNER, Graduate School of Engineering

Rocky Kaiser Ahmed

Synthesis of zeolite based consolidated composite adsorbents for the next generation cooling and heating systems

*I2CNER, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

Sampad Ghosh

Toward Sustainable Energy Harvesting Using Hybrid Nanostructured Cement Composites

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

池谷 智陽子

省エネ建築に資する自然換気・通風現象メカニズム解明に関する研究

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

Lyu Jiajun

Optimal planning and design of a hybrid renewable energy system for a residential region in Osaka, Japan

Graduate School of Engineering

Hwndrik Setiawan

Biochar-Metal Composite Biogas Impurities Adsorbent for Stable Energy Production in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell

Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies

三島 達也

分子生物学的手法(RNA-Seq)を用いたヒメオオクワガタDorcus montivagus幼虫の腸内微生物におけるリグノセルロース分解酵素遺伝子の種類と発現量解析

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

Colombatantirige Uthpala Amoda Perera

Cool, Green and Comfortable: A Sustainable Future for the HVAC&R Industry

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

UelunUjin Purev

Development of a prototype of insulated Ger for urban settlement area of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Faculty of Engineering

津川 修一

Optimal redistributive policy under climate change: individual adaptation and social mitigation

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

Ayas Mahr Abdelrahman Shaqour

Urban Sustainable Development Index for comparative analysis of low emission policies in urban areas

Graduate School of Engineering

古賀 大貴

応力応答性光エネルギー変換材料を指向した機能性色素含有ポリマーの創生

Graduate School of Engineering

澤山 和貴

シェールオイルの原位置燃焼による熱水貯留層の造成:

二酸化炭素地中貯留の可能性と経済性評価

Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering

Ahmed Nasser Ahmed Ahmed Ismail

Energy and Spectrum Efficient Power Allocation in Downlink NOMA HetNets

Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering

景山 知哉

次世代無線通信における無線基地局の低消費電力化のための適応信号処理に関する研究

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

Yemanebirhan Tadesse Abirham

Development of hybrid PV-T solar thermal pumping system

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

Chairunnisa

Development of Low Cost Activated carbon from Biomass for Dehumidification Application

Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

竹下 隼人

加速器駆動核変換システム高度化のための核種生成断面積測定

 

【Overseas】

Affiliation

Name

Title of Research

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

Milton Utwolo Alwanga

Regulatory Reforms and access to Electrification in Rural Kenya

Reiner Lemoine Institut gGmbH

Paul Bertheau

Exploratory study of Japanese, Korean and Chinese development assistance to the Energy Sector of Southeast Asian countries

University of Malaya

Mahdi Tousizadeh

EV adoption in Malaysia: Potential and Impacts Considering Large Scale Solar and Energy Storage

University of Technology Sydney

Joseph Wyndham

Stochastic modelling for risk assessment in electricity generation portfolios

Université Catholique de Louvain

Jian Wang

High Yield Selective Synthesis of Na2B12H12with Autoclave Method

The University of Sheffield

Peng Luo

Comparison of 4H-SiC IGBT and CIGBT devices for Ultra-High Power Applications

Kyushu University Energy Week 2020 Poster Presentations

Kyushu University Platform of Inter/Transdisciplinary Energy Research Energy Week is engaged in various activities aiming at realizing a one-stop solution for interdisciplinary integration and energy research education to realize a sustainable future energy society.
“Kyushu University Energy Week” is being held every academic year from 2017 as an opportunity to widely inform the local and society about the efforts of this organization. Even in this academic year, “Kyushu University Energy Week 2020” will be held from January 27th (Mon) to 31st (Fri)2020. “Kyushu University Energy Week” is a major event of energy related research which summarizes energy related events at Kyushu University as an international symposium sponsored by this organization and invites many prominent researchers from home and abroad. As one of the related programs, on January 28th (Tue) 2020, Poster Presentations for young researchers, graduate students, and the fourth year undergraduate students who are responsible for the energy research in the future will be held. We are hoping that the poster presentation will become an active deliberation opportunity for discovering and encouraging innovative research. We look forward to your entries from the bottom of our hearts.

 

Application Guide (Japanese) (English)

Poster Abstract

[Eligibility and Requirements]
(1) It is available to Young Researchers under 35 years old of age as of April 1, 2019.
Young Researchers can include Faculty Members and Post-doctoral Fellows.
(2) Graduate students, Fourth year Undergraduate Students.

 

Application Deadline: 17: 00, 20th(Fri) December 2019, (Electronic Data Required)
Electronic Data (to be sent by the administrative staff of the applicant’s department.)

1.Application Registration [Excel file] (to be completed by the administrative staff of the applicant’s department.)

2.Abstract[Excel file] (The outline of the contents of the presentation is explained in 1000 characters or less)

Contact for Application Documents;
Administrative Office Platform of Inter/Transdisciplinary Energy Research(Q-PIT)
(E-mail: eneken@jimu.kyushu-u.ac.jp)
(TEL: Extension 90-7196 Kashiwagi)

【Public Offering Restricted to Campus】Q-PIT AY2019 Support Program for Young Researchers and Doctoral Students

AY2019

Kyushu University Platform of Inter-/Transdisciplinary Energy Research

Support Program for Young Researchers and Doctoral Students

 The Kyushu University Platform of Inter-/Transdisciplinary Energy Research (Q-PIT) was established in accordance with the Kyushu University Action Plan. This platform aims to resolve global energy issues in association with promising researchers from various fields, from humanities and social science to natural sciences. Through the resolution of these issues, Q-PIT also aims to create a one-stop solution for energy research and education, and transdisciplinary projects to realize a future energy society that enables sustainable development. As a gateway to success, this program is targeting identification and support of young researchers and doctoral students who will play major roles in future energy research in society.
 

 

Details of each quota

Ⅰ. Quota for Young Researchers

[Details of application]

Research projects regarding the following four areas

Area 1: Research regarding renewable energy use systems

Area 2: Research regarding future energy management, and integrating energy

management with energy-based technologies

Area 3: Research regarding a future energy society, including bio-energy, energy

economy, and sociology

Area 4: Various fields related to other energy issues
 

* This program is aimed at the research projects of all fields, from humanities and social

sciences to natural sciences, related to energy. We recommend that you keep an open

mind when deciding whether you will apply for this program, referring to the “List of

academic fields and keywords of specialized fields pertinent to the research areas (1-4),”

on the last pages of these application guidelines.
 

* For details on relations between the areas above and the research areas of the units in

our platform, refer to the following:

http://q-pit.kyushu-u.ac.jp/en/about/vision.php

[Application eligibility and requirements]

Young researchers under 35 years of age as of April 1, 2018. (Faculty members and

post-doctoral fellows and research fellows)

If a researcher has been adopted under this quota (quota for young researchers) before,
he/she can apply for this support up to twice.

* If the applicant who has been adopted as the principal investigator in the past has the same ranking as the first applicant, the first applicant will be given priority.

[Number of projects for adoption]

Approximately nine research projects

[Maximum amount of request]

Up to 1 million yen

[Expenses that can be supported]

0.5 – 1 million yen per research project

(1) Expenses to be covered

Research expenses that can be applied include facilities/equipment, supplies, travel
expenses, honorariums and other expenses required to carry out research.

* If facilities and equipment expenses for the research plan exceed 50 percent of the

total expenses, the applicant must account for the necessity of such expenses in implementation of the research by specifying it in the research plan. A research plan
aiming to simply purchase facilities and equipment, etc. will not qualify for application.

(2) Expenses not covered

The following expenses will not be covered, even though the expenses may be required

for research.

a. Expenses related to buildings and other facilities.

b. Purchases of facilities/equipment such as desks, chairs, and copying machines that

would be normally purchased by each department.

c. Personnel expenses used to employ staff such as administrative assistants

[Other requirements regarding the application]

When applying for the program, the faculty member (special project) or the
post-doctoral fellow or research fellow are required to obtain the approval of the project leader.
A researcher cannot apply as the principal investigator for several categories at the
same time during the same academic year. However, he/she can participate in a research project as a co-researcher.

[Support period]

Until the end of AY 2018

Ⅱ. Quota for Doctoral Students

[Details of proposals]

Research projects regarding the following four areas

Area 1: Research regarding renewable energy use systems

Area 2: Research regarding future energy management, and integrating energy

management with energy-based technologies

Area-3: Research regarding a future energy society, including bio-energy, energy

economy, and sociology

Area 4: Various fields related to other energy issues

* This program is aimed at the research projects of all fields, from humanities and social

sciences to natural sciences, related to energy.

We recommend that you keep an open mind when deciding whether you will apply for this program, referring to the “List of academic fields and keywords of specialized fields pertinent to the research areas (1-4),” on the last pages of these application guidelines.

* For details on relations between the areas above and the research areas of the units in our platform, refer to the following:

http://q-pit.kyushu-u.ac.jp/en/about/vision.php

Regardless of whether it can be realized or not, this research is aimed at developing the concept of a future society energy system configuration to come into existence around the year 2100, one of our platform’s visions. The proposals are expected to be original and ambitious, with an aim to realize a futuristic energy society that enables sustainable development.

[Qualifications for application]

Doctoral students and master’s course students who are expected to proceed to doctoral

programs.

If a doctoral student has been adopted under this quota (quota for doctoral students)

before, he/she can apply for this support up to twice.

* If the applicant who has been adopted as the principal investigator in the past has the same ranking as the first applicant, the first applicant will be given priority.

[Number of awards (approximate)]

Gold awards: 1, Silver awards: 2, Bronze awards: 5

[Expenses for further research and education]

According to the rank of each award, expenses for further research and education are offered to the laboratories to which the students who receive the award belong. (These may include expenses such as travel expenses for corresponding students to participate in a conference of academic society to which they belong.)
(Gold awards: 500,000 yen, Silver awards: 400,000 yen, Bronze awards: 300,000 yen)
* Please note that there is a limit to external support funds for research fellowships for young scientists at the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. Any amount of support in this area will be within that limit.

[Support period]

Until the end of AY 2018

Application deadline

The application must be submitted by August 9 (Thu), 2018

The application documents must be submitted through the administrative office of the department.

Application guidelines and forms

▶ Application Guidelines AY2018 Support Program for Young Researchers and Doctoral Students Application Guidelines (PDF)
▶ Screening Guidelines Support Program for Young Researchers and Doctoral Students Screening Guidelines (simplified version) (PDF)
▶ Forms AY2018 Support Program for Young Researchers and Doctoral Students Research Plan (Quota for Young Researchers) (EXCEL)

AY2018 Support Program for Young Researchers and Doctoral Students Research Proposal (Quota for Doctoral Students) (EXCEL)

▶ Form1-1 Support Program for Young Researchers and Doctoral Students Statement of Reasons for Change (WORD)
▶ Form1-2 Support Program for Young Researchers and Doctoral Students (Quota for Young Researchers)Application for Approval for Change of Breakdown of Research Expenses (WORD)

Requirements after adoption

(1) Public relations

During the announcement/publication of interim results and for the final outcome of research inside and outside the University, recipient researchers must be active in providing publicity for this program, for instance by openly specifying that the research has received support under this program.

Moreover, recipient researchers and students must actively cooperate with University efforts (such as participating in exhibitions held alongside seminars and symposiums of our platform) to make the research findings publicly available.

When the project is adopted, the recipients must give poster presentations in various events hosted by our platform, such as Energy Week. (Expenses for creating posters can be paid using the support of this program)

(2) Application for competitive funding programs, etc.

The researcher whose program is adopted for the quota of young researchers must apply for Grants-in Aid for Scientific Research (Kakenhi) or other competitive funding programs in the academic year of adoption or in the following academic year.

(This rule does not apply to those researchers who have already acquired funding, such as a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research and will be limited by restrictions on duplicate funds if they newly apply for the program. The rule also does not apply to researchers who have been employed via funding resources and are not allowed to apply for other competitive funding programs.)

The student whose program is adopted for the quota of doctoral students must apply for the research fellowship for young scientists of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. (This rule does not apply to students who have already been adopted for a research fellowship for young scientists.)

(3) Changes in the research plan

Complete the “Statement of reasons for change” and submit it to the Kyushu University Platform of Inter-/Transdisciplinary Energy Research Administrative Office, if any of the following apply.

Ⅰ. If the principal investigator must abandon his/her application for the program due to transfer to another institute, resignation, or other reason, or when the implementation of the research plan has proven too difficult.

Ⅱ. Other than above, when the description in the research plan documentation has been broadly modified.

(4) Reallocation of expenses (quota for young researchers)

When reallocating over 50% of the total allocated expenses from one category to another, submit the “Application for Approval for Change of Breakdown of Research Expenses” to the Kyushu University Platform of Inter-/Transdisciplinary Energy Research Administrative Office in advance.

◇In this program, we welcome applications from various fields.

References

List of academic fields and keywords of specialized fields pertinent to research areas (1-4)

Area 1: Research regarding renewable energy use systems

– Pertinent academic fields: interdisciplinary science and engineering, engineering

– Keywords of specialized fields: advanced research on renewables, water electrolysis hydrogen production, fuel cells, hydrogen storage, hybrid renewable energy system

Area 2: Research regarding future energy management, and integrating energy management with energy-based technologies

– Pertinent academic fields: information technology, systems engineering, control engineering, management engineering, applied mathematics, process system engineering, life cycle engineering, energy system engineering, chemical system engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering

– Keywords of specialized fields: data analysis, modeling, game theory, system integration, energy storage systems, local energy systems, low-carbon society, techno-economic assessment

Area 3: Research regarding a future energy society, including bio-energy, energy economy, and sociology

– Pertinent academic fields: agricultural sciences, environmental science, energy economics, resource economics, environmental economics, sociology, energy policy

– Keywords of specialized fields: smart firm, generation of bio-derived energy, energy issues in developing countries, measures against global warming, energy-saving, energy creation, and energy storage technologies, distributed energy society

Area 4: Various fields related to other energy issues

Performance for Support and Training for Young Researchers #2

We intoroduce our performance to support and training for young researchers.

Performance for Support and Training for Young Researchers #1

We intoroduce our performance to support and training for young researchers.

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