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Our Life in an Ageing Society – How the young generation solves various problems associated with ageing

Date and Time : 3rd August 2018, 13:00 – 17:45 (symposium),18:00 – 20:00 (reception)


Venue: University College London (UCL),Christopher Ingold Building, XLG2 Auditorium (symposium) and Wilkins Building, South Cloister (reception)


The society of ageing populations presents various challenges globally and to all generations. Japan’s experience as a such society with the world’s highest life expectancy, and its great need for solutions, exemplifies the urgency of the problem. As UK organizations including the government also recognize challenges and opportunities of the ageing society, Japan and UK are actively cooperating and having discussions on this subject. As a part of such UK-Japan interaction, UCL-Japan Youth Challenge (UJYC) organizes this symposium in collaboration with Osaka University.


More details and to register from here.


This event is supported by JSPS London.




Japanese Artists in London part 1, part 2 and part 3

This event is hosted by UCL-Japan Youth Challenge

Date:  Thursday, 2nd August 2018

This will include a shodo (Japanese calligraphy) performance and an award-winning film screening with an opportunity to listen to a panel discussion by some of the globally recognised, top-notch Japanese artists in London. This is sure to become an afternoon that is hard to forget.

Please follow the URL provided below for more details and to register. (Please register separately to part 1, 2 and 3 of the event.)


Part 1, Shodo Performance by Kamari Maeda :  Register 

Time : 14:00-14:30

Venue : Jeffery Hall (IOE, 20 Bedford Way WC1H 0AL)

 

Part 2, Panel Discussion with Kamari Maeda, Junichi Kajioka, Lisa Ueda, and Yoshinori Ishii :  Register

Time : 15:00-17:00

Venue : Logan Hall (IOE, 20 Bedford Way WC1H 0AL)

 

Part 3, Award winning film screening : Register

Time : 17:10-17:55

Venue : Logan Hall (IOE, 20 Bedford Way WC1H 0AL)




UKRI - JSPS joint call 2018 (JRPs-LEAD with UKRI)

UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) are pleased to invite applications to the first UKRI-JSPS joint call.

Deadline for Expression of Interests/ Full applications: mid July to mid August 2018

This initiative will provide funding for high-quality collaborative research projects between UK and Japanese researchers which contribute to advancing impacts for the benefit of both countries. UKRI and JSPS are keen to support collaboration between leading researchers and teams in areas of mutual strength through sharing resources including research facilities. The UKRI has allocated £5 million and JSPS has allocated 300,000,000 yen (approximately £2 million) to this activity to support 10 bilateral projects in total. Successful projects should start from 14th February 2019. The UKRI component of this call will be funded through the Fund for International Collaboration and the JSPS component of this call will receive financial support from within the framework of its International Joint Research Programme.

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UK-Japan Symposium on High Speed Rail

Time and Date: 9:30 to 17:00, Friday 21st September 2018

Venue: Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education, School of Engineering, University of Birmingham

Attendance is free

For more information and to register, please take a look at the event announcement below:

Event Announcement 

Register from Eventbrite

This event is supported by the JSPS London Symposium and Seminar Scheme.




UK-Japan Symposium: SHITSUKAN approach to digital colour sensing: human colour vision for material quality

Date: 8th August 2018

Venue: School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Manchester

Attendance is free

For more information and to register, please take a look at the event announcement below:

Event Announcement and Programme 

The website of the University of Manchester

This event is supported by the JSPS London Symposium and Seminar Scheme.