Live Locally, Grow Globally

What's NEW

Seminars & Symposiums

Seminar Series: In Search of Technology integral to Society

2012-1-12 (Thu) - 2012-1-26 (Thu)

Interest in and concern over the "Energy Problem" is at the forefront in our world today. Consequently, Osaka University's Global Collaboration Center (GLOCOL) has invited three prominent "appraisers" to examine, to appraise, this issue, take a look with us at technology and society's needs, and think with us in a series of 3 seminars over a 3 week period beginning from Thursday, January 12.

Seminar Schedule

  • Seminar #1 -- Thursday, January 12 -- 5:00 ~ 7:00 p.m.

"Thinking about the Energy and Environment Problem: Energy Production and Cleanup of the Environment with Microalgae," MIYAMOTO Kazuhisa, Specially Appointed Professor, Professor Emeritus, Osaka University

  • Seminar #2 -- Thursday, January 19 -- 5:00 ~ 7:00 p.m.

"Life, Energy, and the Environment," ANEZAKI Shoji, Student of Doctoral Course, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University; former Chief Research Editor, Integrated Institute of Technology, Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd.

  • Seminar #3 -- Thursday, January 26 -- 5:00 ~ 7:00 p.m.

"The Energy Problem and Nuclear Power Plants," TSUJI Kiichiro, Professor Emeritus, Osaka University

Making application: If you would like to attend one or more seminars, you must apply for such by email. To do so, please send your (1) name, (2) department name or the name of the insitution where you work, and (3) the name(s) of the seminars you'd like to attend to Space permitting, admission at the door may be possible.

Venue for all 3 seminars: Room 211, U2 Building, Graduate School of Engineering, Suita Campus (The U2 Building is in the vicinity of #20 on the map here.)


Date: 2012-1-12 (Thu) - 2012-1-26 (Thu)
Organizer: Global Collaboration Center (GLOCOL), Osaka University
Venue: Room 211, U2 Bldg., School of Engineering, Suita Campus
Registration: Registration by email is required. See instructions above.
Contact: Global Collaboration Center (GLOCOL), Osaka University

Back to top