The 360th Symposium on Sustainable Humanosphere
Humanosphere Science School 2017 (HSS2017)

Update: 2017/12/13

Date 2017-11-01/02
Place Bogor, Indonesia.

Web site: The 7th ISSH/HSS 2017


Day 1: November 1st, 2017

07:30–08:30 Registration
08:30–08:35 Opening ceremony of HSS-ISSH 2017
08:35–08:40 National Anthem “Indonesia Raya”
08:40–08:55 Opening remarks by LIPI
Prof. Enny Sudarmonowati – LIPI
08:55–09:10 Opening remarks by BAPPENAS
Dr. Arifin Rudiyanto, M.Sc – BAPPENAS
09:10–09:25 Opening remarks & Introduction of Asia Research Node (ARN) by RISH, Kyoto University
Prof. Takashi Watanabe
09:25–09:35 Official conferment of ISO Certification 9001:2015 to Research Center for Biomaterials LIPI
09:35–09:45 Photo session
09:45–10:00 Morning tea
Lecture Session I
10:00–10:25 Lecture 1
Prof. Dr. MA Yunita Triwardani W (University of Indonesia)
(The Role of Interdisciplinary Approach in Improving Farmer’s Resilience to Climate Change: Its potentials and challenges)
10:25–10:50 Lecture 2
Dr. Amy Duchelle (CIFOR)
(CIFOR’s Poverty and Environment Network: How global comparative data can challenge conventional wisdom)
10:50–11:15 Lecture 3
Prof. Hiroyuki Yano (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Development of the continuous production process (Kyoto Process) of cellulose nanofibers reinforced plastics)
11:15–11:40 Lecture 4
Dr. Wahyu Dwianto (RC Biomaterials, LIPI)
(Relaxing internal stress, a key factor to physical treatment in wood)
11:40–12:05 Lecture 5
Dr. Chartchai Khanongnuch (FAI, Chiang Mai University)
(Recent Situation and Prospect of Biomass Conversion to Biofuel and Biorefinery in Thailand)
12:05–13:00 Lunch
Lecture Session II
13:00–13:10 Brief Introduction about JASTIP Program
Prof. Takashi Watanabe
13:10–13:35 Lecture 6
Dr. Akihisa Kitamori (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Research Activities on Traditional Wooden Buildings of Indonesia and Japan)
13:35–14:00 Lecture 7
Dr. Aya Yanagawa (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Insects and Human Activities on Microwave Usage)
14:00–14:25 Lecture 8
Prof. Mamoru Kanzaki (GSA, Kyoto University)
(Sustainable Forest Management: Challenges in Japan and Indonesia)
14:25–14:35 Opening remarks and speech by Executive Vice-President of Kyoto University
Prof. Kayo Inaba
14:35–15:35 Poster session I
15:35–15:50 Transferring time and coffee break
15:50–16:50 Parallel Session I
16:50–17:00 Closing Day 1
19:00–21:00 Banquet

Day 2: November 2nd, 2017

08:00–08:30 Registration
Lecture Session III
08:30–08:40 Brief Introduction about SATREPS Program
Prof. Toshiaki Umezawa
08:40–09:05 Lecture 9
Dr. Yuki Tobimatsu (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Plant Cell Wall Structure and Chemistry)
09:05–09:30 Lecture 10
Dr. Masahiro Sakamoto (GSA, Kyoto University)
(Engineering of Carbon Metabolism in Plant Biotechnology)
09:30–09:55 Lecture 11
Dr. Takuji Miyamoto (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Molecular breeding technologies for crop improvement)
09:55–10:10 Coffee break
Lecture Session IV
10:10–10:35 Lecture 12
Dr. Masaru Kobayashi (GSA, Kyoto University)
(Plant mineral nutrition: fertilizer application and nutritional diagnosis)
10:35–11:00 Lecture 13
Dr. Kenji Umemura (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Adhesion and adhesives technology for lignocellulose)
11:00–11:25 Lecture 14
Dr. Chin-Cheng Yang (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Ecology and management of the invasive species: yellow crazy ant as an example)
11:25–12:25 Poster Session II
12:25–13:30 Lunch
13:30–13:55 Lecture 15
Prof. Yoshiharu Omura (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Exploration of Radiation Belts by Space Radio Engineering)
13:55–14:20 Lecture 16
Prof. Mamoru Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto University)
(Study of ionospheric irregularities by using radar and sounding rocket)
14:20–14:30 Transferring time
14:30–15:30 Parallel Session II
15:30–15:45 Coffee break
15:45–16:55 Parallel Session III
16:55–17:10 Announcement of the best presentation
17:10–17:20 Closing remarks by RC Biomaterials, LIPI
Prof. Dr. Sulaeman Yusuf, M.Agr
17:20–17:30 Closing remarks by RISH Kyoto Univ.
Prof. Yoshiharu Omura

13 December, 2017.
3 October, 2017.

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