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The 150th Anniversary Commemorative Ceremony of the Department of Chemistry, School of Science, the University of Tokyo

Activity by Takeaki Ozawa   |   added on Nov 20, 2010   |   Japan Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): Zasshikai (the Department of Chemistry)

Founded in 1861, our department will become the first Chemical Department in Japan to celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2011.

Schedule : July 30, 2011

Venue : Tokyo Garden Palace, 1-7-5 Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0034 Japan 

 

 Program (tentative):

14:00 Ceremony

Opening remarks 

       Shu Kobayashi    President of Department of Chemistry

 Congratulatory addresses 

          Junichi Hamada  President of the University of Tokyo

          Yoshiaki Takagi    Minister of Education

          Yasuhiro Iwasawa             President of Chemical Society of Japan

   Saburo Nagakura            Emeritus of Institute for Molecular Science

   Kenji Fujiyoshi   President of Japan Chemical Industry Association

 Movie “Advances in Department of Chemistry”

 Keynote lectures

          Eiichi Nakamura 

          Hiroo Hamaguchi

          Roald Hoffmann

 Introduction of activities

          Zasshikai of Department of Chemistry

          Foundation

      Execution (Tokyo University’s Philharmonic orchestra)

16:30 Closing remarks

 17:00 Commemoration

Opening remarks 

Congratulatory address

 Toshio Yamagata              President of School of Science, the Univ. of Tokyo   

  Shizuo Fujiwara  Emeritus of Department of Chemistry, the Univ. of Tokyo

Free talk

19:00 Closing remarks


Topic: celebrating chemistry Audience: professional chemists, industrial chemists, professors, universities, teachers, research scientists, tertiary education

Comments

Dileep Sathe | Dec 06, 2010 08:31AM
I would like to discuss some unique problems in learning circular motion, which also makes difficult topics like the planetary motion and Bohr's theory of hydrogen atom. As Bohr's theory is important to physicists and chemists, I would like to give a lecture / lead a group discussion in your event. Pllease see my "activity" on this site, dated: 19th November 2010, or contact me using dvsathe[at]gmail.com
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