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International Symposium on Research Frontiers of Physics, Earth and Space Science"

2013-12-17 (Tue) - 2013-12-18 (Wed)

The International Symposium on Research Frontiers of Physics, Earth and Space Science is to be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 17 and 18, on the Toyonaka campus of Osaka University, Japan. This symposium is being held under the auspice of Research Center for Science Systems, Japan Society for Promotion of Science.

The conference covers a wide area of physics-based natural science such as elementary particle physics, nuclear physics, condensed-matter physics, space science and earth science, etc. The goal of the symposium is to give a general overview of the recent research status of physics, earth and space science from a wider perspective, with emphasis on its interdisciplinary aspects and the inter-relationship between different areas, eventually giving a prospect for future development in a broad context.

Scientific sessions consist of about ten invited talks given by distinguished scientists from various fields, plus a poster session for general participants. During the two days of the symposium, we wish to consider with the audience where we are now and where we are going in a broad context of natural science.

The symposium is open to everyone. While there is no registration fee, participants are requested to make an on-line registration at this WEB page. For more information, go here. Registration closes on Wednesday, December 10.

Date: 2013-12-17 (Tue) - 2013-12-18 (Wed)
Organizer: Research Center for Science Systems, Japan Society for Promotion of Science
Sponsored: Department of Earth and Space Science, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University
Venue: Sigma ( ∑ ) Hall, Engineering Science International Bldg., Toyonaka campus
Registration: Online registration is required. Go to the URL noted above to register.
URL: http://thmat8.ess.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp/Meeting2013/index.html
Contact: Kawamura Research Lab, Department of Earth and Space Science, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University
ISRF2013@spin.ess.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp

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