NOV.29 (Mon.) to NOV.30 (Tue.) 2021
Kyoto University International ONLINE Symposium 2021 on Education and Research in Global Environmental Studies in Asia Restarting International Cooperation After Covid-19 Pandemic
Registration starts from October 4

Common ID / PW required.
Participation is Free of Charge.

For Poster Presenters:
Day 1 (November 29, Monday)
14:00 - 14:10 (JPT) Opening Speech
Prof. Takeshi Katsumi, Dean of GSGES, Kyoto University
14:10 - 14:50 (JPT) Keynote Speech
“International exchange activities of universities in the post COVID-19 era and the role of the overseas office”
Prof. Eiji Nawata, Director of Kyoto University ASEAN Center
14:50 - 16:30 (JPT) Presentation: Restarting International Cooperation after the Covid-19 Pandemic
Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, Vietnam Tran Thanh Duc
Mahidol University, Thailand Yodchanan Wongsawat
Tsinghua University, China Guan Yuntao
(presented by Huan Li)
IPB University, Indonesia Dodik Ridho Nurrohmat
16:30 - 17:00 (JPT) Panel Discussion
Representatives from Kyoto University and Partner Universities
Day 2 (November 30, Tuesday)
14:00 – 15:00 (JPT) Poster Q&A
Japan time Study Field 1
Study Field 2
Study Field 3
Rural & Urban Development
Study Field 4
14:00 ‒ 14:15 Poster number
E01 ‒ E10,
except E02, E08
Poster number
A01 ‒ A05
Poster number
R01 ‒ R05
Poster number
P01 ‒ P03
14:15 ‒ 14:30 Poster number
E11 ‒ E20, except E17
Poster number
A06 ‒ A10
Poster number
R06 ‒ R10
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P04 ‒ P06
14:30 ‒ 14:45 Poster number
E21 ‒ E30,
Poster number
A11 ‒ A15
Poster number
R11 ‒ R15
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P07 ‒ P09
14:45 ‒ 15:00 Poster number
E31 ‒ E40, except E39
Poster number
A16 ‒ A20
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R16, E02, E08, E17, E39
Poster number
P10 ‒ P12
15:00 – 16:30 (JPT) Oral research Presentations <click here for details>
Study Field 1: Engineering・Technology・Science
  1. “Treatment Train Approach for the Removal of Per- and Poly-fluoroalkyl substances from contaminated water”. Sukeesan Suratsawadee, Mahidol University
  2. “Effects of Dissolved Organic Matters Originated from Fresh Water Raphidophytes on the Formation of Haloacetic Acids in Water Chlorination”. Yuto Tada, Kyoto University
  3. “Spatiotemporal features of health effects of crude PM in Japan and key components of PM contributing to health effects”. Zaoshi Wang, Kyoto University
Study Field 2: Agriculture・Forestry・Biology
  1. Kabuyutan sacred natural sites in Indonesia: The current condition and future challenges towards a sustainable landscape planning and management”. Mohammad Zaini Dahlan, Institut Teknologi Bandung
  2. “Contribution of nature herbs in Aquaculture Sustainable Development in Vietnam. A key role of Stemonaceae in preventing Seabass’ haemorrhage disease”. Tran Nam Ha, Hue University
  3. “Food security strategy of small holders on cassava cultivation in a hilly village of Kilwa District, Tanzania”. Nichika Hirata, Kyoto University
Study Field 3: Rural & Urban Development
  1. “Incremental city and resilience: Study of disaster-induced resettled communities in the Philippines”. Sandra Carrasco, The university of Newcastle
  2. “Towards Sustainable Urban Transport—Bus Rapid Transit System—“. Lincoln W. Gathuka, Kyoto University
  3. “Aligning SDG Implementation Efforts and COVID-19 Recovery Measures – Lessons from Subnational Governments in Southeast Asia”. Richa Kandpal, United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, Tokyo, Japan
Study Field 4: Policy・Economics・Culture
  1. “Psychological Distance and Affective Framing of Climate Change”. Roger Baars, Kyoto University
  2. “Country uncertainty, power distance, and payment methods in acquisitions”. Man Dang, The University of Danang
  3. “Public Private Partnership in Adaptation: A case of Adaptation for Smallholders to Climate Change (AdapCC)”. Yumiko Takemae, Kyoto University
16:30 – 17:00 (JPT) Ceremony for Best Poster
Closing Remarks

Prof. Funakawa, GSGES, Kyoto University
Call for Posters Presentations:

All students and young researchers welcome to participate in online poster presentation. Please find the details on this website.

Themes: Global Environmental Studies in 4 study fields:

  • - Engineering・Technology・Science
  • - Agriculture・Forestry・Biology
  • - Rural & Urban Development
  • - Policy・Economics・Culture

Registration for poster presenters (Title and abstract): November 1 (Extended to November 8)
Confirmation of registration: November 9
Poster Submission deadline: November 19

[Poster Display period]
November 22- December 3

Best poster presentation will be selected by the committee, and awarded in the Closing Session.

1) Posters will be published on Kyoto University Research Information Repository, KURENAI with the permission of the presenter.
2) The committee may check all posters for consistency with the purpose of this symposium.