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「生存基盤研究の革新に関する国際シンポジウム」(2016年12月16日 開催)

頭脳循環を加速する戦略的国際研究ネットワーク推進プログラム
ー世界の成長と共存を目指す革新的生存基盤研究のための日本・アセアン協働強化ー
「生存基盤研究の革新に関する国際シンポジウム」

日時:2016年12月16日(金)
場所:京都大学稲盛財団記念館大・中会議室
http://www.cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/access/

Program

  • Part I: “Hybrid Growth”
    MC: Prof. Fumiharu Mieno (Kyoto Univ. CSEAS)
  • 09:00-09:30 Registration & Morning coffee
  •     09:30-10:00 Opening
  •     09:30-09:45 Opening remarks & Introduction
        Prof. Yasuyuki Kono, Kyoto Univ. CSEAS Director
  •     09:45-10:00 Photo shooting
  • 10:00-12:00 Part I: “Hybrid Growth”
  •     10:00-10:10 About “Hybrid Growth”
        Prof. Fumiharu Mieno, CSEAS, Kyoto Univ.
  •     10:10-10:30 Presentation 1:
        Welfare regime and Migration in the process of demographic change
        Dr. Asato (Letters)
        “Welfare regime and Migration in the process of demographic change”
        Dr. Wako Asato, Faculty of Letters, Kyoto Univ.
  •     10:30-10:50 Presentation 2:
        Growth Distribution and Health
        Dr. Kono, Dr. Mieno (Economics & CSEAS)
        “Behavioral Economics for Human Health Issue: Case for Non-Communicable Diseases” [tentative]
        Dr. Touchanun Komonpaisarn, Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn Univ.
  •     10:50-11:10 Presentation 3:
        E-health as a tool to foster collaboration in healthcare, medical research and education between
        Thailand and Japan: current context and future pathways
        Dr. Masika (Medicine)
        “E-health as a tool to foster collaboration in healthcare, medical research and education between
        Thailand and Japan: current context and future pathways”
        Dr. Patou Masika Musumari, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto Univ.
  •     11:10-11:30 Presentation 4:
        Outlook of Energy Situation and Policy in ASEAN/Efficient Utilization of Photon Energy -Advanced Technology
        Dr. Ogaki, Dr. Ishihara (Energy)
        “CVD Growth of Group 14 Monochalcogenides for Efficient Solar Energy Utilization”
        Dr. LIM Hong En, Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto Univ.
  •     11:30-12:00 Part I: Comments & Discussion
  • 12:00-13:00 Lunch meeting (lunch-box at the Middle-sized room, Inamori)
  • Part II: “Revitalizing Nature”
    MC: Prof. Yasuyuki Kono (Kyoto Univ. CSEAS)
  • 13:00-15:00 Part II: “Revitalizing Nature”
  •     13:00-13:10 About “Revitalizing Nature”
        Dr. Yasuyuki Kono, CSEAS, Kyoto Univ.
  •     13:10-13:30 Presentation 5:
        Reduced Impact Logging in Southeast Asia and Japan:
       &nbspFor the Sustainable Forest Management and Society’s Development
        Dr. Kanzaki (GSA)
        “About Presentation 5”
        Dr. Mamoru Kanzaki, GSA, Kyoto Univ.
        “Reduced Impact Logging in Thailand” [tentative]
        Dr. Khanchai Prasanai, Faculty of Forestry, Kasetsart Univ.
        “Fire in Tropical Rain Forests: Indonesian Cases” [tentative]
        Ms. Ati Dwi Nuruhayati, Faculty of Forestry, Bogor Agricultural Univ.
  •     13:30-13:50 Presentation 6:
        Life and Environment in Vietnam Dr. Fujii (GSGES)
        “Life and Environment in Vietnam -from research works and experiences in Graduate School of
        Global Environmental Studies-“
        Dr. Shigeo Fujii, GSGES, Kyoto Univ.
  •     13:50-14:10 Presentation 7:
        Satellite-tracking of Migratory Raptors as A Tool for Connecting Environmental Conservation Efforts in
        Southeast Asia: Case study of Oriental Honey-Buzzards
        Dr. Nawata (GSA)
        “Satellite-tracking of Migratory Raptors as A Tool for Connecting Environmental Conservation Efforts in
        Southeast Asia: Case study of Oriental Honey-Buzzards”
        Dr. Syartinilia, Faculty of agriculture, Bogor Agricultural Univ. (TBA)
  •     14:10-14:30 Presentation 8:
        Tropical peatlands and their environmental issues in Southeast Asia
        Dr. Shiodera (CSEAS)
        “Tropical peatlands and their environmental issues in Southeast Asia”
        Dr. Satomi Shiodera, CSEAS, Kyoto Univ.
  •     14:30-15:00 Part II: Comments & Discussion
  • 15:00-15:15 Coffee Break
  • Part III: “Peaceful Society”
    MC: Assoc. Prof. Masaaki Okamoto (Kyoto Univ. CSEAS)
  • 15:15-17:15 Part III: “Peaceful Society”
  •     15:15-15:25 About “Peaceful Society”
        Dr. Masaaki Okamoto, CSEAS, Kyoto Univ.
  •     15:25-15:45 Presentation 9:
        Democratization thwarted in Thailand
        Dr. Tamada (ASAFAS)
        “Politics of Decentralization: Democratic Decentralization versus Bureaucratic Centralized State”
        Ms. Viengrat Netipho, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn Univ.
  •     15:45-16:05 Presentation 10:
        Disaster Risk Reduction in Southeast Asia: Frequent Migration and Rapid urbanization
        Dr. Hara (CIAS)
        “Disaster Risk Reduction in Southeast Asia: Frequent Migration and Rapid urbanization”
        Dr. Hiroyuki Yamamoto, CIAS, Kyoto Univ.
  •     16:05-16:25 Presentation 11:
        A new approach to research on oil palm smallholders’ certification:
        “Suitability regarding stakeholders’ interests” and “sustainability in smallholders’ lives”
        Dr. Terauchi (CSEAS)
        A new approach to research on oil palm smallholders’ certification:
        “Suitability regarding stakeholders’ interests” and “sustainability in smallholders’ lives”
        Dr. Daisuke Terauchi, CSEAS, Kyoto Univ.
  •     16:25-16:45 Presentation 12:
        Exploring challenge and promise for building a sustainable society in post-conflict Cambodia (tentative)
        Dr. Kobayashi (CSEAS)
        “Exploring challenge and promise for building a sustainable society in post-conflict Cambodia” (tentative)
        Dr. Satoru Kobayashi, CSEAS, Kyoto Univ.
        “Prospective and obstacles for building a sense of community in urban area in Cambodia”
        Dr. Nop Sothum, faculty of developmental studies, Royal Univ. of Phnom Penh
        “Cambodia’s Subnational Administrations: Challenges and Solutions”
        Dr. Yin Soriya, faculty of developmental studies, Royal Univ. of Phnom Penh
  •     16:45-17:15 Part III: Comments & Discussion
  • 17:15-17:30 Coffee Break
  • 17:30-17:55 General Discussion
  • Closing
  • 17:55-18:00 Closing remarks
    Prof. Yasuyuki Kono, Kyoto Univ. CSEAS Director
  • 18:00-19:30 Dinner (buffet at the Middle-sized room, a contribution fee 3,000yen a person).


第6回異分野交流/連携強化国際ワークショップ(2016年6月27日 開催)

頭脳循環を加速する戦略的国際研究ネットワーク推進プログラム
第6回異分野交流/連携強化国際ワークショップ
ー世界の成長と共存を目指す革新的生存基盤研究のための日本・アセアン協働強化ー

日時:2016年6月27日(月)
場所:京都大学稲盛財団記念館 中会議室
http://www.cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/access/

Program

  • 15:00-15:05 Welcome remarks (Dr. Yasuyuki Kono, Director, CSEAS, Kyoto U.)
    MC: Dr. Fumiharu Mieno (CSEAS, Kyoto U.)
  • Presentation 1
    Dr. Stephan Jaenicke
    Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore
    (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto U.)
    Let the sun shine in…. Water treatment with photocatalysts.
  • 15:05-15:20 Presentation
  • 15:20-15:30 Discussion
  • Presentation 2
    Dr. BUDIANTA, Melanita Pranaja
    Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Universitas Indonesia
    (Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto U.)
  • 15:30-15:50 Presentation
  • 15:50-16:00 Discussion
  • 16:00-16:10 coffee break
  • Presentation 3
    Dr. Kanittha Tambunlertchai
    Lecturer, Graduate School of Economics, Chulalongkorn University
    (Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto U.)
    Financial Inclusion in Myanmar: Determinants of Access to Saving and Credit Products For Informal Sector Workers
  • 16:10-16:30 Presentation
  • 16:30-16:40 Discussion
  • 16:40-17:00 General Discussion
  • 17:00-18:00 Small gathering

Dr. Stephan Jaenicke
Abstract: Light from the Sun maintains all life on Earth. In fact, the amount of energy received from the sun exceeds all human energy consumption by a factor of 10,000. We will discuss the nature of light, the interaction of photons with matter, and the various forms how light can be utilized – for photovoltaic (PV) energy generation, energy storage through energetic uphill reactions, and photocatalytic initiation of energetically downhill reactions. The latter is utilized in the photocatalytic degradation of highly refractory contaminants in water and in air. Photocatalytic water treatment will be illustrated with examples from the speaker’s laboratory. The materials developed include metal-organic frameworks and bismuth-based heterojunction composites.