The French Research Day in Japan takes place on Friday, December 02nd 2016, at the French-Japanese House in Tokyo (Maison Franco-Japonaise).
JFR'16 is gathering french-speaking researchers and students in Japan, from all disciplines and citizenships, and is organized jointly by Sciencescope, the Department of Science and Technology and
The main objective of this one-day event is to allow researchers, students, engineers, institutional, corporate representatives or just curious people discussing about their activities in Japan.
The attendance is free and open to all, but registration is mandatory for planning purposes.
The main objectives of JFR 2016 are to create a social event about Research in any fields (Sciences, Applied Sciences, SHS, etc) and Technologies, and to enforce discussions among the audience.
This is an opportunity for all actors in research and development in Japan (companies, researchers, students, institutional, etc.), to meet community of French-speaking scientist in order to initiate discussions, future projects or collaborations.
Two kinds of contributions are proposed:
(1) presentations (about 20min of talk including questions)
(2) posters (A0 size, portrait)
When submitting a contribution, it is possible to choose a type of contributions (presentation or poster).
The Organizing Committee will therefore select the contributions to be presented as presentations or posters according to research topics.
An initial choice could therefore be changed from a presentation to a poster (not the opposite).
The main language at JFR'16 is French. However, text contributions (e.g.: posters or slides) can be written in French or English.
Researchers not fluent in French but interested by this event can also present their work in english.