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【事務局から】9月28日-30日 Tsukuba Global Science Week (@つくば国際会議場)に参加します!TGSW International Sessions (September 28 – 30)!

〇TGSW概要 / TGSW Overview
TGSWはあらゆる学術分野の最新の研究成果を共有し、より良い未来を実現するために何ができるかを議論する場です。国境や学問の垣根を越えて英知を集結し、科学が成すべきことを、つくばから発信します。
TGSW offers open opportunities to share innovative research outcomes from every academic field and explore their potential for creating a brighter future.

〇Joint Sessions:“Natural Disasters Prevention and Management” & “Disasters Prevention and Network Resilience”

〇オーガナイザー / Organizers: エネスク ボグダン (生命環境系 准教授); 鬼頭朋見 (システム情報系 助教); 八木勇治 (生命環境系 准教授); 渡辺 俊 (システム情報系 教授); 大澤義明 (システム情報系 教授)
Bogdan Enescu & Yuji Yagi (Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences), Tomomi Kito, Shun Watanabe & Yoshiaki Ohsawa (Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems)

〇日 時 / Date and Time
9月28日(月)、9月29日(火)午前および午後; 9月30日(水)‐ 視察ツアー
September 28, 29 (Morning and Afternoon Presentations); September 30 – Field trip

〇場 所 / Place
つくば国際会議場 (茨城県つくば市竹園2-20-3), 28日: 4階405会議室, 29日: 1階102会議室
※会場はこちら
International Congress Center (Epochal Tsukuba)

〇プログラム / Program
(TGSWウェブサイトのリンク) (TGSW Website link)

28 September – presentations by invited foreign scientists
Morning Session (Conveners: Bogdan Enescu, Gaku Shoji)
10:15~10:30   Yuji Yagi (University of Tsukuba, Representative of “MegaQuake” project)
Welcome Address
10:30~11:30 John Vidale (Depart. Earth & Space Sciences, Univ. of Washington, US)
Anticipating the next great earthquake in the American Pacific Northwest
11:30~11:45 Break
11:45~12:15 David Marsan (Institute of Earth Science, Univ. of Savoy, France)
Earthquakes promoted by aseismic deformation: seismic hazard implications
12:15~12:45 Jeffrey W Berman (Depart. Civil & Environmental Engineering, Univ. of Washington, US)
Characterizing the response of structures to large subduction zone earthquakes
12:45~14:00 Lunch Break
Afternoon Session (Conveners: Hiroaki Kato, Tomomi Kito)
14:00~14:30 Marie Simon-Cornu (Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety, France)
Some insights into post-accidental radioecology
14:30~15:00 Stephanie Chang (School of Community & Regional Planning, Univ. of British Columbia, Canada)
Modeling societal impacts of disasters: Progress and challenges
15:00~15:15 Break
15:15~15:45 Steve New (Saїd Business School, Univ. of Oxford, Great Britain)
Supply network resilience: A review and a critique of recent research
15:45~16:15 Dirk Pieter van Donk (Faculty of Economics & Business, Univ. of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Building resilient supply chains: the role of supply chain integration
29 September – presentations by lecturers from the University of Tsukuba; JICA
Morning Session (Conveners: Bogdan Enescu, Tomomi Kito)
09:15~09:45 Yuji Yagi (Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ. of Tsukuba)
MegaQuake Risk Management Project: A comprehensive approach towards mitigating earthquake-related disasters
09:45~10:15 Hiroaki Kato (Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ. of Tsukuba)
Radiocesium transfer and ambient dose rate in Japanese forest environment following the Fukushima accident
10:15~10:30 Break
10:30~10:35 Kyosuke Nagata (President, University of Tsukuba)
Greetings
10:35~11:05 Noriko Suzuki (Director General, Secretariat of Japan Disaster Relief Team, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA))
JICA’s Emergency Disaster Relief
11:05~11:35 Tomomi Kito (Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, Univ. of Tsukuba)
Supply network resilience: individual-level survivability vs network-level sustainability
11:35~12:05 Gaku Shoji (Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, Univ. of Tsukuba)
Damage assessment of infrastructures subjected to the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku earthquake and tsunami
12:05~13:10 Lunch break
Afternoon Session (Conveners: Shigehiro Fujino, Michitaka Umemoto)
13:10~15:00 Post-doctoral Researchers & Students Poster presentations
15:00~15:20 Discussion among participants; remarks, suggestions for future cooperation
15:20~15:50 Student Poster Awards, Concluding remarks
30 September: field trip
Visit to areas affected by the 2011 M9.0 Tohoku-oki earthquake and tsunami.