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1st Osaka University Toyonaka Regional Meeting

2016-12-20 (Tue) 10:00 - 18:30

Osaka University's Toyonaka Campus contains schools in the sciences, which value fundamental scientific research, as well as schools in humanities and social sciences. The quality of education and research activity that makes use of the special characteristics of the Toyonaka campus, such as interdisciplinary research, integrative research in arts and sciences, basic research, and industry-university collaboration, has been questioned in recent years.
The aim of this workshop is for researchers to learn about each others' research and deepen exchange. We would also like to hold discussions and deepen exchange with members of the industrial realm in order to develop new industry-university co-creation activity, so faculty, staff, students, and those individuals related to industry are welcome to attend.

Date and Time:

Tuesday, December 20, 2016 - 10:00 ~ 18:30 (Part 1: 10:00 ~ 13:00, Part 2: 13:00 ~ 18:30)

Venue:

Osaka University Hall (1-13 Machikaneyama-cho, Toyonaka, Osaka)

Intended for:

Faculty, staff, students, members of the industry, and members of the general public

Program:

*The most recent version can be found at the homepage of the Graduate School of Science (http://www.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/news/1264_1/).
•Part 1: Poster Session
10:00 ~ 13:00 - Assembly Hall, 1F, Osaka University Hall
Introduction of research by researchers on Osaka University's Toyonaka Campus

•Part 2: Seminar for integration of arts and sciences “Discovery and history of nuclear radiation” (Talks are given in Japanese.)
13:00 ~ 18:30 - Lecture Hall, 2F, Osaka University Hall
Radiation may seem scary because of topics like nuclear accidents and military use, but radiation plays a big part in the latest scientific research and medicine. In this session, we'll share basic knowledge about radiation, and we'll decipher both sides of radiation, from the historical and political background behind development of its applications to the effects it has on the human body and society, as part of a discussion towards further development.

Lecturers (in order of appearance):

TAKASUGI Eiichi (Professor Emeritus, Osaka University)
YAMADA Yasuhiro (Professor, Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University)
MASUKATA Hisao (Professor, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University)
KAWANO Noriyuki (Professor, Institute for Peace Science)
SHINOHARA Atsushi (Professor, Graduate School of Science)
KAMIKAWA Ryuunoshin (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Law and Politics, Osaka University)
MURAKAMI Yuichi (Associate Professor, Hokkaido University Public Policy School)
HATAZAWA Jun (Professor, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University)
ADACHI Yoshimi (Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Konan University)

Attendance Fee:

Free

How to Apply:

Please fill out the registration form found at the link below. Applications will also be accepted on the day of the event.
http://www-tech.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp/sci_forum/regist.cgi

Hosted by:

Graduate School of Science, Graduate School of Law and Politics,
Graduate School of Letters, Graduate School of Economics, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Language and Culture, Graduate School of Law (Law School), Museum of Osaka University, Cybermedia Center, Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences (CELAS), Center for the study of CO DESIGN

Co-hosted by:

大阪大学 知の共創プログラム「オープンイノベーションプラットフォームの構築」
Office for University-Industry Collaboration

Organizers:

SHINOHARA Atsushi, TOYODA Michisato (Graduate School of Science, Osaka University)
TANAKA Hitoshi, KITAMURA Wataru (Graduate School of Law and Politics, Osaka University)

Date: 2016-12-20 (Tue) 10:00 - 18:30
Venue: Osaka University Hall
Registration: Registration is required for this seminar. (Web)
URL: http://www.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/news/1264_1/
Contact: Office of Research Administration, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University
ri-kikaku@sci.osaka-u.ac.jp

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