European Research Nights Japan 2022, December 15

Date: December 15, 2022
Venue: Waseda University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Shinjuku-ku, Okubo 3-4-1, Tokyo 169-8555 | Map (PDF)
Topic: Society 5.0
Organizer: EURAXESS Japan
in collaboration with

The European Researchers' Night Japan 2022 (ERN) is a flagship event of EURAXESS Japan and its partners. It is designed as a platform for researchers, innovators, practitioners, and professionals from across Japan to showcase their latest research achievements, and explore collaboration and networking opportunities with other participants. At this event, you will have the opportunity to hear presentations by European academics and professionals about "Society 5.0", each talk featuring different perspectives and disciplines. After the talks, join us for a lively roundtable discussion and participate in the networking session. 

MORE ABOUT SOCIETY 5.0:
Japan has its particular challenges and Society 5.0 aims to tackle several of these by going far beyond the digitalization of the economy and aims to permeate all levels of Japanese society. Society 5.0 is also depicted as an evolution in five societal stages: hunting, agrarian, industrial, information and super-smart, aka Society 5.0. 


PROGRAMME ERN 2022

TIME (JST)

PROGRAMME

18:00-18:05

INTRODUCTION

Judit Erika Magyar, Country Representative, EURAXESS Japan

18:05-18:20

Fiona Louis, Specially Appointed Assistant Professor Joint Research Laboratory (TOPPAN) for Advanced Cell Regulatory Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University:
“Recreating Wagyu Meat Steak Structure in the Lab using Bovine Cell Bioprinting Technology”

18:20-18:35

Jorge Calvo, Professor-researcher, Globis University:
“Society 5.0: Artificial Intelligence and Business Implications”

18:35-18:50

Irene Petraroli, Researcher, Kyoto University:
“Society 5.0: Aiming at the Stars While Looking Down”

18:50-19:05

Lorenz Granrath, Japan Representative, Institute of Experimental Psychophysiology:
“Society 5.0: e-VITA, Virtual Coach for Smart Ageing”

19:05-19:30

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

  • Laura Barbieri, Researcher, Osaka Metropolitan University
  • Fiona Louis, Specially Appointed Assistant Professor Joint Research Laboratory (TOPPAN) for Advanced Cell Regulatory Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University
  • Jorge Calvo, Professor-researcher, Globis University
  • Irene Petraroli, Researcher, Kyoto University
  • Lorenz Granrath, Japan Representative, Institute of Experimental Psychophysiology
 

19:30-20:30

NETWORKING
Snacks and drinks available

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