3-5 November 2017, Lecture Hall of Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan
Local Organizing Committee
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In recent years, international environmental problems occur due to the Asian dust, which is potentially affected by different air pollutants and microorganisms, to be transported long distances. A new approach to investigate the Asian dust as bioaerosols is a necessary step to assess health risk and some other environmental problems.
The International Workshop on Asian Dust, Bioaerosols and Environmental Regime Shift will take place at the Lecture Hall of Graduate School Environmental Studies (GSES) of Nagoya University on 3-5 November 2017. The purpose of the workshop is to discuss recent progress in the fields of bioaerosols and environmental regime shift as well as Asian Dust. The workshop is hosted by the KAKENHI research group (16H02703) and supported by Nagoya University and GSES of Nagoya University.
Reception desk open: 9:30- on 3 November 2017 at Lecture Hall of GSES
Workshop: 3-4 November 2017 at Lecture Hall of GSES
Business meeting: 5 November 2017 at Lecture Room of GSES
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- Proceedings: Click here
-Time table: Click here
One-page abstract (size: A4, format: MS-word), written in English, will be submitted for publication in the Workshop proceedings.
Please follow the style of the abstract.
Before the deadline of
The length of each oral presenter is 20 minutes and 30 minutes for invited speakers, including questions.
The conference room will be equipped with screen and projector, PC with USB connection, monitor, keyboard and mouse, and a VGA cable.
The registration fee is as follows:
Standard registration fee: JPY3000
Student registration fee: JPY1000
Before the deadline of
Please send a registration sheet to the Local Organizing Committee (email@example.com).
# Please pay the fee at the reception by cash.
Registration Sheet Submission Due:
Abstract Submission Due:
Please send a registration sheet and an abstract to the Local Organizing Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Scientific Committee (to be approved)
Dr. J. Batbayar (NAMEM, Mongolia)
Dr. J. Bi (Lanzhou University, China)
Mr. E. Davaanyam (IRIMHE, Mongolia)
Dr. D. Jugder (IRIMHE, Mongolia)
Prof. K. Kai (Nagoya University, Japan)
Mr. S. Khudulmur (IRIMHE, Mongolia)
Prof. B. Hoshino (Rakuno-Gakuen University, Japan)
Prof. J. Huang (Lanzhou University, China)
Dr. S. Chen (Lanzhou University, China)
Dr. T. Maki (Kanazawa University, Japan)
Dr. B. Nandintsetseg (Nagoya University, Japan / IRIMHE, Mongolia)
Dr. A. Omar (Langley Research Center, NASA, USA)
Dr. N. Sugimoto (NIES, Japan)
Dr. G. Sarantuya (IRIMHE, Mongolia)
Prof. Y. Shao (University of Cologne, Germany)
Dr. T. Takemi (Kyoto University, Japan)
Prof. H. Zhou (Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, CAS, China)
Local Organizing Committee
Prof. K. Kai (Nagoya University)
Prof. M. Shinoda (Nagoya University)
Dr. B. Nandintsetseg (Nagoya University, IRIMHE)
Mr. K. Kawai (Nagoya University)
Dr. M. Wang (Nagoya University)
Ms. A. Nakashima (Nagoya University): Secretariat email@example.com
Nagoya is a metropolitan area with 2.3 million at the center of the main island (Honshu) of Japan. Nagoya Castle built in 1612 symbolizes a long history of Nagoya. The modern manufacturers such as in automobiles (Toyota) and airplanes (Mitsubishi) have been well developed around its metropolitan area. Nagoya is a historical city with modernization. In November, the highest, average and lowest temperatures are 17.0, 12.2 and 8.1 °C, respectively.
Nagoya University has 9 schools of Letters, Education, Law, Economics, Science, Medicine, Engineering, Agricultural Science, Informatics and Sciences and 14 graduate schools. Research is especially active in natural sciences. Six professors and doctors related to Nagoya University were awarded the Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry.
Conference location: Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan
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Local Organizing Committee of International Workshop on Asian Dust, Bioaerosols and Environmental Regime Shift,
Graduate School of Environmental Studies,
Nagoya University, Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-8601, Japan
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Nagoya University, Japan
Graduate school of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University
Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) Overseas Academic Research (16H02703)