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Workshops

AIST has been holding workshops with major collaborating institutes facilitating substantial discussions among the participating researchers. Followings are some examples, and a list of workshops that were held over the last few years.

Concerning AIST’s Participation in the 5th Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders and the STS Forum 13th Annual Meeting

October 1st - 4th, 2016

AIST President Dr. Chubachi, and Vice-Presidents Dr. Tsukuda and Dr. Yasunaga participated in the 5th Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders, as well as the STS (Science and Technology in Society) Forum 13th Annual Meeting, both held at Kyoto International Conference Center from October 1st to October 4th, 2016. 
 
Representatives of 20 research institutes from 11 countries participated in a lively discussion on “collaboration between Research Institutes and Industry for Tackling Societal Problems,” the theme for this year’s Global Summit.  In his speech entitled, “Collaboration between AIST and industry,” Dr. Chubachi introduced new collaboration frameworks such as Open Innovation Laboratory and Cooperative research Laboratory, as well as the role of Innovation Coordinators.  Dr. Chubachi also spoke of the importance of cross-sector collaboration toward realizing a sustainable society.  Introductions by the other participating research institutes on their respective positions and programs for collaborating with industries followed, and all parties agreed that research institutes and industries shall work together to promote further collaboration.  The final conclusions reached during the summit have been summarized in a recommendation statement.
 
Over 1,000 persons from around 100 countries, regions and international organizations attended the STS Forum 13th Annual Meeting, and the Japanese participants included Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Mr. Hiroshige Seko, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, and Mr. Sadayuki Sakakibara, Chairman of KEIDANREN (Japan Business Federation).  As a speaker in the session on“Social Innovation for Sustainability,” Dr. Chubachi introduced the R&D activities at FREA (Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST) toward realizing a hydrogen society, as well as projects related to the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, both as examples of efforts toward cultivating a sustainable society. The session included presentations by representatives of universities, businesses and research institutes, as well as a lively discussion on innovation for a sustainable society.


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Participation in STS Workshops and APMP-Mid Year Symposium

June 6th - 9th, 2016

President Dr. Ryoji Chubachi participated in the STS Forum India-Japan Workshop held at the Taj Palace, New Delhi, India on June 6th, 2016.  Subsequently, on June 8th-9th, Dr. Chubachi attended the APMP(*)-Mid Year Symposium, and the STS Forum ASEAN-Japan Workshop that were severally held at the Dusit Thani Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.  
 
In the STS Forum India-Japan Workshop, which was co-hosted by the STS Forum and the Department of Science and Technology (DST) of India, Dr. Chubachi gave a speech as part of the session on Innovation, Science & Technology Cooperation between India and Japan.  In it, he spoke of AIST’s establishment of a joint medical health research laboratory with India’s Department of Biotechnology (DBT), and further, that with the involvement of a Sri Lankan research institute, the joint researches are developing into a trilateral collaboration.
 
For the STS Workshop hosted by the STS (Science and Technology in Society) forum, Dr. Chubachi gave a speech entitled, “Open Innovation for Sustainable Development,” in which he introduced the activities of AIST’s Artificial Intelligence Research Center and FREA (Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST), where the latest equipment and facilities are maintained, and researchers from various sectors are gathered in one place for integrated research and development and policy design, as examples of AIST’s efforts toward more effective and efficient open innovation.
 
For the APMP-Mid Year Symposium, Dr. Chubachi gave a speech entitled, “Japanese Quality Culture and Its Role in Making "Made in Japan" a Symbol of Quality,” in which he outlined the importance of measurement standards, as technology development, education, measurement technologies, communication, etc. were contributory factors in establishing the worldwide position of products made in Japan.
 
In the STS Forum ASEAN-Japan Workshop, Dr. Chubachi gave a speech during a session entitled, “Innovation and Linkages: Collaboration between SMEs & Global Companies in the era of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC).” In it, he highlighted the need for ASEAN countries to aim for sustainable development, in which each member country achieves environmental integrity and safe, secure and affluent living in addition to industrial development, and that R&D in agricultural reform, food, medical care, environment, and so on, are vital for sustainable development. Dr. Chubachi further spoke of AIST’s desires to promote collaboration with ASEAN through R&D which utilizes AIST’s high research capabilities, technological potential, etc, industrial development that includes attracting businesses, and SME support.


*APMP (Asia Pacific Metrology Programme)

Founded in 1977, APMP aims to improve the level of measurement standards in the Asia Pacific region.  Their activities during the 1980s focused on providing assistance to developing countries.  Since the 1990s, however, activities toward ensuring the global comparability of measurement standards have been an important task for APMP.  26 countries and 43 organizations from within the economic block are APMP members as of June 2016.
 

Photo1: Speech at Workshop and Symposium Photo2: Speech at Workshop and Symposium Photo3: Speech at Workshop and Symposium

Participation in “Invest Japan Symposium in Brussels” and STS Workshop

May 8th, 2016

On May 8th, 2016, AIST President Dr. Ryoji Chubachi participated in the Invest Japan Symposium held at the Egmont Palace in Brussels, as well as in the STS Workshop held on the same day at the European Parliament.
 
Hosted by JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), the Invest Japan Symposium was held to coincide with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Belgium.  Amid the speeches by the Mayors of Kobe and Tsukuba, and the heads of leading Belgian companies, as well as by Prime Minister Abe as guest speaker, Dr. Chubachi gave a presentation entitled, “AIST, Japanese Leading Institute for Open Innovation,” in which he spoke concerning open innovation through collaboration with domestic and international research institutes and companies, with examples of cases wherein AIST is bridging S&T (science and technology) and industrialization.
 
For the STS Workshop hosted by the STS (Science and Technology in Society) forum, Dr. Chubachi gave a speech entitled, “Open Innovation for Sustainable Development,” in which he introduced the activities of AIST’s Artificial Intelligence Research Center and FREA (Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST), where the latest equipment and facilities are maintained, and researchers from various sectors are gathered in one place for integrated research and development and policy design, as examples of AIST’s efforts toward more effective and efficient open innovation.

Photo: Dr. Chubachi at Invest Japan Symposium in Brussels Photo: Dr. Chubachi at STS Workshop in Brussels

Participation in the Japan-India Innovation Seminar

December 11th, 2015

The Japan-India Innovation Seminar, hosted by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), was held at the Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi, India on December 11th, 2015.  Dr. Chubachi (President) and Dr. Matsuoka (Vice-President) of AIST participated in the event, which was organized to coincide with the visit of Mr. Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan to India.

In the session entitled, “Japan-India Industrial Innovation, Changing the Global Picture!,” Dr. Chubachi gave an introductory presentation of AIST, which included an organizational overview, its role in society, and its collaborative activities with India.

There were additional sessions in this seminar on “Japan-India Science and Technology Cooperation,” and “Superior Japanese Infrastructure and Contribution to India,” with presentations by top executives of leading Japanese companies and research institutes.  Moreover, Prime Minister Abe gave a speech as guest of honor during the closing session of the seminar.
 
On the day after the seminar, Dr. Chubachi was invited to a lunch reception hosted by the Prime Minister of India, where he conversed with Prime Ministers Abe and Modi.  This was followed by a visit to—and discussions at—the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).
 
Photo: Dr. Chubachi gave an introductory presentation of AIST,

7th VAST-AIST Workshop

November 12th, 2015

A workshop co-organized by AIST and the Vietnam Academy of Sciences (VAST) took place in Hanoi on November 12th, 2015.

Workshops between VAST and AIST have been held on a regular basis, ever since the two institutes concluded a comprehensive MOU in 2004.  In this—the 7th—workshop, Dr. Masahiro Seto, Vice-President, and 14 researchers participated from AIST, and over 60 researchers and staff took part from VAST.

The water project (technologies for treatment of waist water and drinking water), ICT (imbedded systems, satellite data analysis technology), and geological sciences (sustainable management of the Mekong delta, etc.) were the main topics addressed in this workshop, with discussions centered around the research progress to date, and the direction for future collaborations.  Both sides will continue to promote future collaborative researches by reviewing the challenges and the order of their importance to be addressed within each topic.

Moreover, Dr. Yoshiki Saito, Prime Senior Researcher, Research Institute of Geology and Geoinformation, Geological Survey of Japan, was awarded VAST’s campaign medal in the opening stages of the workshop, in recognition of his contribution to the development of science and technology as well as the cultivation of human resources in Vietnam.

Photo: Dr. Chubachi making the opening speech Photo: AIST exhibition booth

Concerning the 4th Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders And AIST’s Participation in the 12th Annual Meeting of the STS Forum 2015

October 3rd - 6th, 2015

The 4th Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders, and the 12th annual meeting of the STS (Science and Technology in Society) forum was held at Kyoto International Conference Center from October 3rd through 6th, 2015.  Dr. Chubachi (President), Dr. Seto (Vice-President), and Dr. Yasunaga(Vice-President) participated from AIST.

18 research institute leaders from 13 countries took part in this year’s Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders, the 4th of its kind, for active discussions on “Collaboration between Research Institutes and Universities for Tackling Societal Problems.”  In his opening remarks, Dr. Chubachi spoke at length concerning the purpose of collaboration between research institutes and universities, part of the theme for this year’s summit, as well as on the importance of collaboration with universities for the creation of new industries and the resolution of societal challenges.  Subsequently, each of the research institute leaders introduced the efforts by his/her respective institute to promote collaboration with universities.  There were also active discussions on concrete policies toward finding solutions for collaboration with universities.  Conclusions reached during the summit were compiled in a Joint Declaration.

In the days following the summit, over 1000 persons from 100 countries, regions and international organizations worldwide participated in the 12th annual meeting of the STS Forum.  Participants from Japan included Mr. Abe, Prime Minister,Mr. Shimomura, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and Mr. Ueda, Vice-Minister for International Affairs, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.  Dr. Chubachi chaired the session on New Manufacturing Technologies, where he questioned the speakers on the importance of, and challenges associated with manufacturers pursuing the needs of the users, and at the same time strive to cultivate a sustainable society.  During this session, representatives from companies based in Japan and the U.S., as well as professors from universities in the UK and Hong Kong gave presentations on activities by their respective countries.  There were also active discussions on new manufacturing technologies.

Photo: Dr. Chubachi making the opening speech Photo: AIST exhibition booth
4th Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders
Dr. Chubachi chairing the session on New Manufacturing Technologies during the 12th Annual STS Forum Meeting.

AIST-ITRI Joint Symposium 2015

June 15th, 2015

The 5th AIST-ITRI Joint Symposium was held at AIST Tsukuba Center on June 15th, 2015. 20 researchers from ITRI lead by its Executive Vice President, Dr. Shuo-Hung Chang, and 20 participants from AIST including its president, Dr. Ryoji Chubachi, attended the symposium.

There were keynote presentations on advanced manufacturing from a Japanese company in addition to those given by both co-organizing institutions. A greater part of the afternoon was given over to parallel sessions on advanced manufacturing, batteries, thermoelectric materials, and photovoltaics.

Following the symposium, lab tours on intelligent systems, thermoelectric materials, photovoltaics, and battery technologies were given over a two-day period.

Photo:AIST-TISTR-NSTDA JOINT CONFERENCE


AIST-TISTR-NSTDA JOINT CONFERENCE

April 28th, 2015

The AIST-TISTR-NSTDA Joint Conference was held at AIST Tokyo Waterfront. 57 researchers and personnel from TISTR and NSTDA lead by Mr. Yongvut Sauvapruk, Governor of TISTR, participated from Thailand, while Dr. Ryoji Chubachi (President), Dr. Masahiro Seto (Vice-President), Dr. Tetsuhiko Kobayashi (Vice-President), and around 40 researchers and personnel represented AIST. In addition to introducing each institute’s latest technologies, there were research presentations and discussions aimed not only at strengthening existing collaborations, but also establishing collaborative relations in new areas including biotechnology and environmental risk assessment. Opinions were also exchanged concerning specific methods and frameworks for collaboration in research management and technology transfer between the three institutes .

It should also be noted that, on April 27th, the date preceding that on which the conference was held, lab tours were conducted at AIST Tsukuba in four research fields, namely, life science, energy, metrology and measurement standards, and environment.

AIST-TISTR-NSTDA JOINT CONFERENCE


Concerning the 3rd Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders and Participation in the 11th STS Forum

October 4th – 7th, 2014

Dr. Ryoji Chubachi (President) and Dr. Masahiro Seto (Vice-President) of AIST were participants in the 3rd Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders, as well as the 11th Science and Technology in Society (STS) forum, both held at Kyoto International Conference Center from October 4th to the 7th, 2014.

In the 3rd Global Summit, with 15 research institute leaders from 12 countries taking part, there were active discussions concerning the cultivation of researchers and inter-organizational collaboration. Dr. Chubachi gave a speech on the methods of cultivating highly competent researchers, in which he highlighted the need for researchers to gain a wealth of experience, as well as for research institutes to collaborate closely with universities, and stressed the importance for cross-border collaboration among research institutes.

Over 1000 persons from 100 countries, regions and international organizations participated in the 11th STS forum, in which the Japanese representatives included such dignitaries as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Hakubun Shimomura. In the session entitled, “Science and Technology in Developing Countries”, Dr. Chubachi introduced AIST’s collaborations with developing countries with a focus on Green Innovation and Life Innovation. In his presentation, Dr. Chubachi also expressed certain opinions to the effect that the science and technology development in developing countries must not be limited solely too industrial development, but must contribute towards the realization of a sustainable society in harmony with nature and mankind.
 

The 3rd Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders The 3rd Global Summit of Research Institute Leaders
Dr. Chubachi’ giving a speech during the 11th STS forum
Dr. Chubachi’ giving a speech during the 11th STS forum
 


Visit to Fraunhofer Institute, Germany, and Participation in the High Level Forum in France

September 2014

On the occasion of the visit by Dr. Ryoji Chubachi (President) and Dr. Masahiro Seto (Vice-President) of AIST to Germany, they met with Prof. Dr.-ing. Reimund Neugebauer, President of Fraunhofer Institute, visited 14 research institutes belonging to Fraunhofer, and engaged in an exchange of opinions with representatives from companies and regional governments.

Dr. Chubachi then traveled to France in order to take part in the High Level Forum held in Grenoble, along with Mr. Kenichi Ichihara, Mayor of Tsukuba City, Dr. Sukekatsu Ushioda, President of the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Dr. Michiharu Nakamura, Chairman of the Tsukuba Global Innovation Promotion Agency, Dr. Akira Yoshikawa, Vice President of the University of Tsukuba, and Dr. Masaharu Nomura, Trustee of the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization. The forum included a panel discussion on New strategies of organization and Impact of ICT transition.

 

Photo:Prof. Dr.-ing. Reimund Neugebauer, President of Fraunhofer Institute (left), and Dr. Ryoji Chubachi, President of AIST (right). Prof. Dr.-ing. Reimund Neugebauer, President of Fraunhofer Institute (left), and Dr. Ryoji Chubachi, President of AIST (right).
Photo:Visiting Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics (IAF) Visiting Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics (IAF)
Photo:High Level Forum; Panel Discussion High Level Forum; Panel Discussion


Innovation Promotion Workshop with ITRI

June 30th - July 5th, 2014

An interactive workshop was conducted as part of a project whose purpose is to send young administrative staff members from AIST to overseas research institutes for them to personally exchange information and cultivate networks with their foreign counterparts with a view to strengthening AIST’s research support operations, improving the skills of staff members, and increasing employee motivation. Subsequent to the workshop conducted at CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) of Australia in FY2013, 9 young administrative staff members from the Innovation Promotion Headquarters and the Public Relations Department of AIST, respectively, visited ITRI (Industrial Technology Research Institute) of Taiwan.

In this workshop, as well as obtaining information concerning relevant research management topics, including the research promotion strategies of ITRI, public relations activities, and management and utilization of IP, there were fruitful exchanges of opinions between corresponding departments of both institutes on mutual challenges being faced by ITRI and AIST.

(CAPTION:Dr. Masahiro Seto (Vice-President, AIST), Dr. Natsuko Sakai (Director, International Affairs Division, AIST), 陳聯泰 (Director, ITRI International Center), 邱華樑 (Director, ITRI Tokyo Office)、and Exchange Participants.

Innovation Promotion Workshop with ITRI Photo

 

Participation in Innovation, Science and Technology Cooperation between ASEAN-Japan Workshop

May 16th, –2014

The Innovation, Science and Technology Cooperation between ASEAN-Japan Workshop, co organized by the STS (Science and Technology in Society) Forum, A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and Research) of Singapore, and JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), was held at the Fusionopolis in Singapore.

Dr. Ryoji Chubachi, President of AIST, participated in the workshop, giving a speech on “The Regional Status and World Vision on Innovation”, in which he introduced examples of AIST’s world class innovation created through collaboration with ASEAN from the point of view of Green and Life innovations. In terms of Green Innovation, networks with overseas institutions with FREA (Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST) at its heart, as well as collaborations with Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Singapore aimed at the standardization and wide-spread utilization of biomass energy were introduced. For Life Innovation, collaboration with Indonesia on the development of natural rubber production technologies was introduced as an example of the development of new materials utilizing biotechnology.

Furthermore, in his speech, Dr. Chubachi commented on the importance of promoting human resource development and brain circulation among Asian research institutes in order to make the establishment of AEC (ASEAN Economic Community) a multi-layered undertaking, and that AIST is striving more than ever to accelerate human resource mobility.

The workshop in progress Photo
The workshop in progress.

AIST Innovation Workshop in Indonesia

December 20th, 2013

The AIST Innovation Workshop in Indonesia was held in Jakarta, Indonesia. There were around 200 participants in total, including 20 AIST researchers lead by Dr. Ryoji Chubachi (President, AIST), Dr. Masahiro Seto (Vice-President), and Dr. Eikichi Tsukuda (Vice-President, AIST), as well as representatives from locally based Japanese companies and Indonesian research institutes and companies.

Beginning with the AIST Innovation Workshop in Thailand held the previous year, AIST has been conducting similar workshops abroad in order to strengthen collaborative relations with the world's leading public research institutes, and further, to include companies in said collaborative relations. The theme for this second Innovation Workshop was renewable energy.

Photo: Dr. Chubachi making the opening speech Photo: AIST exhibition booth
Dr. Chubachi making the opening speech AIST exhibition booth

Japan-U.S. Clean Energy Technology Collaboration Workshop

December 13th, 2013

The Japan-U.S. Clean Energy Technology Collaboration Workshop was held at the California Campus of the Sandia National Laboratories.

Following the opening remarks by representatives of Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Dr. Akira Yabe (Vice-President, AIST) gave an overview presentation concerning the key research themes of the new Japan-U.S. Clean Energy Technology Collaboration Program which began in 2013, namely ‘Renewable Energy’ (Fukushima Renewable Energy Research Institute, AIST (FREA)), Photovoltaics, geothermal, hydrogen utilization systems, among others. Dr. Yabe's presentation also included an overview of the existing Japan-U.S. collaboration programs.

Photo: The workshop participants
The workshop participants.

Past Workshops

Date Country/Economy Title
2012/6 China MOU concluded with Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and Jiao Tong University (SJTU) [ PDF: 427KB ]
2012/7 Germany/France AIST Concludes MOU with Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and Participates in High Level Forum in Grenoble [ PDF: 412KB ]
2012/3 Australia Re-extension of Memorandum of Understanding on Comprehensive Research Cooperation with CSIRO of Australia and Workshop [ PDF: 427KB ]
2011/12 APMP APMP 2011 Symposium [ PDF:373KB ]
2011/11 Germany Report of "Electro-active polymer and Its Application", the Memorial Symposium for Collaboration between Fraunhofer IPA-AIST Kansai [ PDF:373KB ]
2011/11 Biomass-Asia The 8th Biomass Asia Workshop [ PDF:373KB ]
2011/2 Indonesia MOU concluded with BPPT of Indonesia [ PDF: 599KB ]
2011/2 Advisory Board Meeting The 6th AIST Advisory Board Meeting [ PDF:637KB ]
2010/11 Biomass-Asia Seventh Biomass-Asia Workshop [ PDF: 513KB ]
2010/9 Germany Workshop with Karlsruhe Institute of Technology of Germany [ PDF:875KB ]
2010/6 USA U.S.-Japan Workshop on Basic Science Project Development [ PDF:728KB ]
2010/5 France MOU Concluded with CEA-DRT, France at INC6 in Grenoble [ PDF:728KB ]
2010/5 Korea President Nomakuchi talks at IASP 2010 Daedeok [ PDF:728KB ]
2009/10 India Third Workshop between AIST and Department of Biotechnology of India [ PDF: 848KB ]
2009/09 South Africa President Nomakuchi's Visit to the Republic of South Africa
- Workshop Held by four Research Organizations - [ PDF: 848KB ]
2009/02 Thailand Sixth Japan-Thailand Collaboration Workshop [ PDF:1.7MB ]
2009/02 (Multi Country) Sixth Biomass-Asia Workshop [ PDF:683KB ]
2008/12 France CNRS-AIST Symposium in Celebration of 150 Years of Japan-France Relations [ PDF:1.7MB ]
2008/11 India Second Workshop of AIST and DBT of India [ PDF:1.7MB ]
2008/11 Vietnam 5th Workshop with VAST, Vietnam [ PDF:668KB ]
2008/09 Russia Japan-Russia Investment Forum [ PDF:668KB ]
2008/06 China CAS-AIST-NEDO Workshop on Biomass Gasification [ PDF:486KB ]
2008/03 Thailand Thailand NSTDA International Advisory Board and NSTDA Annual Conference [ PDF:585KB ]
2008/02 ISTC The 41st Science Advisory Committee of International Science and Technology Center [ PDF:585KB ]
2008/01 India MOU Follow-up Workshop between Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology of India and AIST [ PDF: 692KB ]
2007/11 China CAS-AIST-NEDO Workshop on Fuel Cells and Hydrogen [ PDF: 692KB ]
2007/11 Taiwan Keynote Lecture at the 6th Taiwan National Industrial Development Conference [ PDF:551KB ]
2007/11 (Multi Country) Fourth Biomass-Asia Workshop [ PDF: 692KB ]
2007/11 (Multi Country) Presentation of GEO Grid at Fourth Earth Observation Summit [ PDF: 692KB ]
2007/10 Thailand Report of Workshop with NSTDA and TISTR (Thailand) and VAST (Vietnam) [ PDF:551KB ]
2007/10 Vietnam Report of Workshop with NSTDA and TISTR (Thailand) and VAST (Vietnam) [ PDF:551KB ]
2007/05 Taiwan A Joint Symposium between AIST and Taiwan Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) [ PDF:461KB ]
2007/04 France Japanese - French (AIST - CNRS) Robotics Laboratory Management/Assessment Committee Meeting [ PDF: 696KB ]
2007/03 Australia Conclusion of Comprehensive Research Agreement with Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization (CSIRO) and Holding of Research Workshop [ PDF: 696KB ]
2007/03 (Multi Country) GEO Grid Workshop (Several-Country Cross-Discipline International Meeting) held in Thailand [ PDF: 696KB ]
2007/02 France Best Management Practice Seminar held with French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and Environmental Catalysis (ECSAW) Cooperative Research Agreement Signed [ PDF: 696KB ]
2006/12 China Workshop with Chinese Academy of Sciences
- CAS-AIST-NEDO Workshop 2006 on Energy and Environment-Related Nanotechnology - [ PDF:450KB ]
2006/11 Thailand Japan-Thailand Collaboration Workshop 2006 [ PDF: 479KB ]

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