On 3 March, Aarhus University and Japan Alumni and Research Assembly organized a conference on maritime research collaboration between Denmark and Japan.
On Thursday the 3rd of March, Aarhus University and Japan Alumni and Research Assembly organized a conference on maritime research collaboration between Denmark and Japan. The conference included presentations on current trends in maritime research in Japan, information on scholarships and grant programs, and a roundtable discussion on opportunities for maritime research collaboration and funding.
Welcome by Ambassador Manabu Miyagawa
|11:00-11:10||Welcome by Ambassador Manabu Miyagawa (Embassy of Japan in Denmark) and Annette Skovsted Hansen (Associate Professor at Japan Studies, Aarhus University.|
|11:10-12:45||Keynote: Mapping Trends in Current Maritime Research in Japan|
|Maritime Research and Climate Change – Introduction of Related Research in Japan (Associate Professor Enna Hirata, Center for Mathematical and Data Sciences, Kobe University)|
|Maritime Research using AIS Data: Towards Future Shipping Environment (Associate Professor Ryuichi Shibasaki, Resilience Engineering Research Center, University of Tokyo)|
|Containerization ad the transformation of labor: Dockworkers in Kobe 1950-1970s (Associate Professor Takeshi Haraguchi, Kobe University)|
|13:45-14:20||Scholarship and grant program information|
|Ms. Shima Hasegawa Møller (Embassy of Japan in Denmark)|
|Dr. Tadaharu Tsumoto (Director of Stockholm Office, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)|
|Mr Jakob Skyt Jensen (Tokai University European Center/Tokai Alumni Association Denmark)|
|14.30-16.00||Roundtable: Transdisciplinary perspectives on maritime research: Opportunities for collaboration and Funding|