This year's Q-AOS Symposium will present a look at “resource recycling” across a two-day online/hybrid program that brings together speakers from Japan and abroad to present exciting topics across science and technology, biology, humanities and social sciences, and other multidisciplinary fields. This symposium is part of our efforts toward realizing a decarbonized society and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to protect the future of our planet. Through discussions and insights that transcend disciplinary boundaries, we expect to understand better the characteristics of how resources circulate throughout Asia and Oceania, share an awareness of the issues, and identify new areas of academic inquiry.
|Target||General, High school students, Elementary and junior high school students, Current students and staff, Others|
|Language||Simultaneous interpretation will be provided for the keynote speeches.|
|Dates||2022.12.15 [Thu] 13:00 – 2022.12.16 [Fri] 17:40|
|Venue||Ito Campus, Off Campus|
|Venue name||Online & INAMORI Hall|
|Seating capacity||500 people, in order of arrival|
|Participation fee||Free of charge|
|Event details||The first day will feature two keynote speeches aimed at carbon negativity—one on metal recycling and the other on biomass circulation—followed by a general discussion on short presentations facilitated by five experts in different fields.
On the second day, guest speakers will deliver lectures that address both pressing issues that include plastic and lithium-ion battery recycling as well as visionary themes like exploring extraterrestrial resources.
We have also planned three parallel group sessions to allow attendees to learn about the latest activities at Q-AOS. These hybrid sessions will feature lectures from new members of each cluster and look at topics that include the historical role of iron as a metal resource in the growth of modern nations.
1st day 13:00-16:40 Thursday, December 15 Venue: Online
2nd day 10:00-17:40 Friday, December 16 Venue: Online & INAMORI Hall
*Times are shown in Japan Standard Time
Advanced registration required|
*Please register from the symposium webpage;
2022.11.17 [Thu] –
*Until 12 pm on Tuesday, December 13th
Name: IQ office
|Publishing period||2022.11.18 [Fri] –|