3rd IARU Graduate Student Conference
The University of Tokyo hosted the third IARU Graduate Student Conference (GSC) from 3-5 November 2016 at the same time as the Aging, Longevity and Health steering committee meeting Tokyo. The conference targets graduate students working on aging, longevity, and health issue-related fields and are interested in multidisciplinary research regarding aging and aged societies.
Society for 2050: What Science and Technology Can Do to Build a Dynamic Aged Society
The Institute of Gerontology of the University of Tokyo (UTokyo) is hosting the third IARU Graduate Student Conference (GSC) on November 3-5, 2016 on the theme "Society for 2050: What Science and Technology Can Do to Build a Dynamic Aged Society".
The conference targets graduate students who are working (or plan to work) in aging, longevity, and health issue-related fields, and who are interested in multidisciplinary research regarding aging and aged societies.
The 2016 Tokyo IARU GSC 2016 is composed of various complementary programs.
(1) November 3: Scientific Symposium including keynote lectures by invited speakers and panel discussions by top researchers.
(2) November 4: Workshop Program including oral/poster presentations, group works, and discussions.
(3) November 5: Site visit in the Tokyo area.
Specific program and registration will be updated soon.
The IARU GSC Scientific Symposium on November 3 is open to the public. Read the conference program here.
Application Procedure and Submission
Participation to the workshop program is limited to IARU students. Each IARU University nominated up to 2 participants; nominees were chosen according to selection criteria for each university.Please contact the IARU coordinator in your home university directly for more information.
Fukutake Hall and Ito International Research Center, The University of Tokyo,
Hongo Campus (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)