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3rd Tokyo Tech Liberal Arts Mini Symposium: BEYOND PREVENTION OF TOKYO DISASTER - Sustainability of Society and Economy -

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The third ILA mini-symposium will be held with students of Independent Studies and Path-Breaking Liberal Arts courses as follows.

Details

Date and time
Saturday,January 21, 2017
9 a.m. -
Venue
Ookayama Campus West 9 Building
Poster Session: Collaboration Room & Media Hall
Special Lecture Session: Multi-Purpose Digital Hall
Reception Party: Collaboration Room
Participation Fee
Poster Session and Special Lecture Session: Free
Reception Party: 500yen(Students),1,000yen(others)
Registration
Registration on the day

Poster Session* Open to faculty and students only

  • 9:00 - 10:30
    Presented by Path Breaking Liberal Arts Class

Special Lectures

  • 10:40

    Opening Remarks

    Assoc. Prof. Hironao Kaneko (Tokyo Tech)

  • 10:45 -

    Special Lecture 1

    "What we could do at Evacuation Center in our university: Lessons learned from Kumamoto Earthquake 2016"
    Dr. Miwa Abe (Organization for Community Development, Kumamoto Univ.)

  • 11:05 -

    Special Lecture 2

    "Effect of Evacuation from nuclear disaster to local society"
    Prof. Hiroyasu Yuhashi (Shizuoka Univ. )

  • 11:25 -

    Special Lecture 3

    "The role of medical institutions in the event of a disaster"
    Dr. Hiroshi Okazaki, M. D. (Japan Organization of Occupational Health and Safety, Kanto Rosai Hospital)

  • 11:45 -

    General Remarks

    Vice President Tetsuya Mizumoto (Tokyo Tech)

  • 11:50 -

    Poster Awards & Closing Ceremony

    Guest Speakers, Vice President Mizumoto (Tokyo Tech) and, Dean of School of Materials and Chemical Technology, Yuji Wada (Tokyo Tech)

Reception Party

  • 12:30 -

3rd Tokyo Tech Liberal Arts Mini Symposium: BEYOND PREVENTION OF TOKYO DISASTER Sustainability of Society and Economy poster

Contact

Preparation Committee of Tokyo Tech Liberal Arts Mini-Symposium

Email kaneko.h.ad-cnt170121@ml.m.titech.ac.jp
Tel +81-3-5734-3776 (Liberal Arts Office)

Update : January 12, 2017

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