(Sep. 19) Taoyaka Program Seminar in Tokyo

(Sep. 19) Taoyaka Program Seminar in Tokyo


Taoyaka Program will hold a seminar titled ‘Toward a flexible, enduring, peaceful society’ in Tokyo. This seminar will be held jointly with IDEC Seminar for Degree Acquisition. This event is open to all. If you have interest in International cooperation or Taoyaka Program, please join the seminar. We’re all looking forward to seeing you there.

Date:Thursday, September 19th, 2019 14:00-16:30
Venue:Campus Innovation Center Tokyo, Multipurpose room 1 (Directions)※
Language:Japanese (Simultaneous translation provided in English)
Admission:Free (Please register online from here

Program

  Opening Remarks
Guest’s Speech by Atushi Uchida, Deputy Director General for Planning and Coordination, Infrastructure and Peacebuilding Department, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
14:00 Introduction of International Cooperation
– International Peace Cooperation
  Prof. Mari KATAYANAGI, IDEC
– International Cooperation in Education
  Prof. Kinya SHIMIZU, IDEC
14:35 Introduction of TAOYAKA Program for creating a flexible, enduring, peaceful society and Admission Information
15:10 Research in Progress
– How will international tourism influence less-favored area in Japan?
    Prof. Carolin FUNCK, Cultural Creation Course, Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
– Physical assistive system using robotics, VR, and AI technology
    Prof. Yuichi KURITA, Technical Creation Course, Graduate School of Engineering
– Can self-driving technology save disadvantaged areas?
    Prof. Akimasa FUJIWARA, Program Coordinator, Social Implementation Course, IDEC
15:55 TAOYAKA Graduate’s Presentation
  Guest’s Speech by Akira SUDO, TOSHIBA Corporation
16:15 Networking Session
Closing Remarks from the organizer at 16:30

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