Prospects of Japanese-German Scientific Cooperation

10th Anniversary of the German JSPS-Club

jointly organized by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and Deutsche Gesellschaft der JSPS-Stipendiaten e.V.

Date: April 22–23, 2005
Venue: Günnewig Hotel Bristol, Bonn

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Die Vorträge dieses Symposiums sind erschienen als Tagungsband Nr. 7.


Veranstaltungsbericht in NvC 02/2005


Program

Friday April 22, 2005

13.30   Welcoming Remarks
Moderation: Prof. Dr. Heinrich Menkhaus (Deutsche Gesellschaft der JSPS-Stipendiaten e.V., Chairman)

14.00   Prof. Dr. Heinrich Menkhaus:
The History of the German JSPS-Club

14.30   Prof. Dr. Matthias Rögner (Universität Bochum) and Prof. Dr. Masato Miyake (Research Institute for Cell Engineering):
Biotechnology / Biohydrogen Production
Abstract Rögner/Miyake (84 KB)

15.30   Coffee break

16.00   Dr. Achim Walter Hassel (MPI für Eisenforschung) and Prof. Dr. Masahiro Seo (Hokkaido University):
Physical Chemistry / Corrosion Engineering
Abstract Hassel/Seo (200 KB)

17.00   Prof. Dr. Werner Meyer (Universität Bochum) and Prof. Dr. Naoaki Horikawa (Chubu University):
Elementary Particle Physics
Abstract Meyer/Horikawa (132 KB)

19.00   Dinner and Dancing


Saturday April 23, 2005

08.30   Information on new JSPS Programs, Presentation by JSPS Bonn Office

09.00   Dr. Botho von Kopp (Dt. Inst. für Internat. Pädagogische Forschung) and Prof. Dr. Takekazu Ehara (Kyoto University):
Comparative and International Education
Abstract von Kopp/Ehara (100 KB)

10.00   Prof. Dr. Gerhard Ries (Universität Münche) and Dr. Mariko Igimi-Yasutake (University of Kyushu):
Legal Science
Abstract Ries/Igimi-Yasutake (92 KB)

11.00   Coffee Break

11.30   Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hellbrück (Katholische Universität Eichstätt) and Prof. Dr. Sonoko Kuwano (Osaka University):
Psychological Acoustics
Abstract Hellbrück/Kuwano (80 KB)

12.30   Lunch

14.00   1. Bus transfer to Tutankhamun-Exhibition
14.00   Annual Assembly, Deutsche Gesellschaft der JSPS-Stipendiaten e.V.
16.00   2. Bus transfer to Tutankhamun-Exhibition