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6th International Symposium on Human Survivability: "Bridging the Divide Between Science and Culture: The Role of Human Survivability Studies"

Kyoto University Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS, or "Shishu-Kan"), in collaboration with UNESCO's Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Program, will be holding the 6th International Symposium on Human Survivability Studies with the title "Bridging the Divide Between Science and Culture: The Role of Human Survivability Studies". The symposium will feature presentations by scholars from the humanities as well as the natural and social sciences, who share the belief that bridging the gap between science and culture is indispensable for achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and dealing with threats to human survivability.

All those interested are welcome to attend.
Date(s)
  • Thursday 07 December 2017
Time
9:00-17:40
Place
Symposium Hall, International Science Innovation Building (West Building), 5F, Yoshida Campus, Kyoto University
Intended for
All
Details

For the program and other details, visit:

http://www.gsais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/symposium2017/





The event will be held in English, with no translation to Japanese provided.





Name-tag cases will be available at the registration desk. Attendees are encouraged to insert their business cards into these cases for use as name tags.


Fee
Free of charge
Registration
Please register by 17:00 on Thursday 30 November 2017 via:
http://www.gsais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/symposium2017/reg/
Registration deadline
17:00 on Thursday 30 November 2017
On-site registration may be offered based on availability.
Inquiries
Organizing Committee
symposium2017*gsais.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace * with @)
Remarks
Related link:
Sixth International Symposium on Human Survivability: “Bridging the Divide Between Science and Culture:
The Role of Human Survivability Studies”
http://www.gsais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/symposium2017/