5. Club-Treffen in Japan / 7. Oktober 2016

Ort: JSPS Headquarters, Kojimachi Business Center Building 3F, 5-3-1 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0083

Veranstaltungsbericht in NvC 04/2016

Programm (113 KB)

14.00   Begrüßung
Prof. Dr. Heinrich Menkhaus
(Meiji University, Faculty and Graduate School of Law, Chair for German Law, Chairman of the JSPS-Club)
Kazunori Higuchi (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Head Overseas Fellowship Division)

14.15   Assoc. Prof. PhD MA MA MEd Ryofu Pussel (Kyōto Bunkyō Junior College (Jōdo-shū), Life Design Department):
Holy Spaces and Hidden Deities: The Spectrum of Sacred in Contemporary Japan

14.45   Prof. Dr. Erik Bründermann (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology):
Exquisite Timing is Everything: ICT meets ART

15.15   Kaffeepause

15.45   Prof. Dr. Olaf Karthaus (Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Applied Chemistry and Bioscience):
Biomimetics: Back to Nature is the Key to Back to the Future

16.15  Dr. MBA Gunnar Abelmann (Intelligence Manager at a world-leading Life Science Enterprise):
How to find a Job in the Japanese Industry

16.45   Farewell and Photo Session
Farewell to Honorary Member Kato Hisashi, former Director, International Program Department, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Laudatio von Heinrich Menkhaus

17.00   Sabine Ganter-Richter (Network for Science / Vorstandsmitglied des JSPS-Clubs):
Introduction to the 5th Science and Technology Basic Plan of Japan

17.30   Dr. Georg Rademacher (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology):
Optical Communication – Backbone of a Globalized World

18.30   Diskussion über verschiedene Themen

19.15   Empfang
Kanpai: Dr. Michael Kirschbaum (Head of Quality IC&D, Performance Materials, Merck)

Neues vom Club 02+03/2022

Symposium „Life Under Extreme Conditions“
Kiel | 12./13. Mai 2023

Die Nikkei Shinbun berichtet am
12.10.2022 über Prof. Dr. Heissigs
Initiative, med. Personal aus der
Ukraine nach Japan einzuladen