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Europa Light House in Science Agora 2015 (14-15 November)

Date: 14.11.2015 15.11.2015
Date:
Participation:
All sessions are free to public
Language:
English with Simultaneous/consecutive Interpretation
Agenda:
Tokyo, Japan

The delegation of EU to Japan is exhibiting in Europa Light House booth (Booth#Aa-048) in Europe in Science Agora 2015, Miraikan Tokyo, Japan. 

The European Union has worked with its Member States and Japanese partners to put on a number of truly exciting events at this year's Science Agora.
Our booth, the Europe Light House, introduces research on light, accompanied by a stage session on the subject. Our Agora Keynote Session tackles the topic of Cyber Societies of the Future. Our third session will look at how public research may shape future societies.

14 November 10:00-12:00 (1F AGORA STAGE C)
INAUGURATION: EUROPEAN PARTICIPATION IN SCIENCE AGORA 2015
An opening ceremony to kick off the EU's participation in Science Agora with EU and Member States Ambassadors, representatives of European and Japanese research agencies and participants from our exhibitions and sessions.

14 November 11:00-17:00 & 15 November 10:00-17:00 (1F BOOTH Aa-048)
EUROPE LIGHT HOUSE
Welcome to the world of light! This booth will provide fascinating insights on the latest European research on light.

14 November 13:30-15:00 (7F MIRAIKAN HALL)
AGORA KEYNOTE SESSION: CYBER-SOCIETIES OF THE FUTURE - VIEWS FROM EUROPE AND JAPAN
This Keynote Session will consider our personal online identity, the roles of robots and our relationships with them, and how the internet of things will change the world around us.

14 November 15:30-17:00 (7F MIRAIKAN HALL)
SESSION: THE ROLE OF PUBLIC RESEARCH FOR SHAPING FUTURE SOCIETIES IN EUROPE AND JAPAN
Both Europe and Japan give the highest priority to supporting research to advance knowledge, promote innovation and address crucial societal challenges.

15 November 10:00-17:00 (1F AGORA STAGE C)
EUROPE LIGHT STAGE
Leading scientists from Europe and Japan will talk about their research and facilities on light.

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