The 373rd Symposium on Sustainable Humanosphere
The 3rd Asia Research Node Symposium on Humanosphere Science

Update: 2018/10/12

Date 2018-09-25/27
Place National Chung Hsing University (台湾國立中興大學)

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September 25 (Tue)

09:30–10:30 Opening Ceremony
Chair: Hiroyuki Hashiguchi (RISH, Kyoto University)
Opening address
Takashi Watanabe (Director of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere (RISH), Kyoto University, Japan)
Chou Chi-Chung (Dean of Office of Research and Development, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)
Photo Session
10:30–12:10 Session I-a: Atmospheric Observations with MST radars
Chairs: Hiroyuki Hashiguchi (RISH, Kyoto University, Japan),
Jenn-Shyong Chen (China Medical University, Taiwan)

  • Recent Progress of Chung-Li VHF Radar Group in Lower and Upper Atmospheric Researches
    Yen-Hsyang Chu
  • 25 years of Indian MST radar at NARL, Gadanki
    Thota N. Rao and Amit K. Patra
  • An overview of results from ShUREX campaigns (2015–2017) at Shigaraki MU Observatory
    Hubert Luce, Hiroyuki Hashiguchi, and Lakshmi Kantha
  • Status of Equatorial MU Radar project in 2018
    Mamoru Yamamoto, Hiroyuki Hashiguchi, and Toshitaka Tsuda
13:10–14:50 Session II-a: Energy Transfer and Conversion in Geospace
Chairs: Yoshiharu Omura (RISH, Kyoto University, Japan),
Lou-Chuang Lee (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

  • Auroras and precipitating particles above the high-latitude boreal forests
    Jih-Hong Shue
  • Geospace Exploration Project: Arase
    Yoshizumi Miyoshi, Iku Shinohara, Takeshi Takashima, Kazushi Asamura, Shiang-Yu Wang, Yoichi Kazama, Satoshi Kasahara, Syoichiro Yokota, Takefumi Mitani, Nana Higashio, Yoshiya Kasahara, Yasumasa Kasaba, Satoshi Yagitani, Ayako Matsuoka, Hirotsugu Kojima, Yuto Katoh, Kazuo Shiokawa, and Kanako Seki
  • Parameters of magnetospheric locations associated with occurrences of aurora and comparison with their ionospheric counterparts
    Sunny W. Y. Tam, Chih-Yu Chiang, Tzu-Fang Chang, Wun-Jheng Syugu, Shiang-Yu Wang, Yoichi Kazama, Bo-Jhou Wang, Satoshi Kasahara, Shoichiro Yokota, Yoshizumi Miyoshi, and Iku Shinohara
  • Energy flow from the solar wind to the Earth during substorm: Simulation results
    Yusuke Ebihara, and Takashi Tanaka
  • Magnetic explosion in the Sun-Earth system: Magnetic reconnection
    Seiji Zenitani
15:20–17:00 Session I-b: Plants for Sustainable Humanosphere —Biomass and Bioactive Compounds—
Chairs: Yuki Tobimatsu (RISH, Kyoto University, Japan),
Ying-Hsuang Sun (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)

  • Genetics and Genomic Analysis of the Heartwood Traits in Taiwania cryptomerioides
    Ying-Hsuan Sun, Nai-Wen Tsao, Shih-Yin Chen, Shin-Hung Pan, Joy H Ding, Hung Lin, Cheng-De Chung, Fang-Hua Chu, Ting-Feng Yeh, and Sheng-Yang Wang
  • Reciprocal cross-regulation of VND and SND multigene TF families for wood formation in Populus trichocarpa
    Ying-Chung Jimmy Lin
  • Biosynthesis of Heartwood and Antitumor Lignans
    Masaomi Yamamura, Masato Kumatani, Keisuke Kobayashi, and Toshiaki Umezawa
  • Dynamics and functions of plant bioactive compounds in the rhizosphere
    Akifumi Sugiyama
17:00–18:00 Short Poster Presentation — Elevator Speech (Chair: Chin-Cheng Yang)
19:00 Banquet at Park City Hotel Central Taichung

September 26 (Wed)

08:30–10:10 Session II-b: Integrated Vector Management: a Strategy for Sustainable Humanosphere
Chairs: Wu-Chun Tu (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan),
Lee-Jin Bong (National Health Research Institute, Taiwan)

  • Establishment of an early warning system for malaria in Southern Africa, incorporating climate predictions-the iDEWS project
    Noboru Minakawa, Neville Sweijd, Swadhin Behera, Masahiro Hashizume, Takeshi Ikeda, Yoonhee Kim, Peter Witbooi, Gbenga Abiodun, Eric Mabunda, Francois Engelbrecht, Willem Landman, Philip Kruger, Raj Maharaj Yushi Morioka, Masami Nonaka, and Ataru Tsuzuki
  • Plant-based repellents to control mosquitoes
    Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap
    Mosquito reproduction control and the effects of mosquito host factors to dengue virus replication
    Shin-Hong Shiao
  • Dengue Prevention: Alternative Approaches in Managing Aedes Mosquitoes
    Wan Fatma Zuharah, Ahbi Rami Rattanam, Thiagaletchumi Maniam, and Rohaiyu Rodzay
  • Dengue Vector Control and Aedes aegypti resistance to insecticides from Indonesia
    Intan Ahmad
10:10–12:00 Poster Session
12:00 Excursion (Muh Sheng Museum of Entomology and Sun Moon Lake)

September 27 (Thu)

08:30–10:10 Session I-d: Our Footprints on Global Environment: Threats to Ecosystem Sustainability
Chairs: Chin-Cheng Yang (RISH, Kyoto University, Japan),
Shaw-Yhi Hwang (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)

  • Globalization and invasive ants: polydomy as an enigmatic characteristics
    Kazuki Tsuji, and Aye Thanda Win
  • The importance of urban pest management on the sustainable future of urban ecosystem
    Chow-Yang Lee
  • How sublethal neonicotinoid insecticides weaken honey bee colonies?
    En-Cheng Yang, Ming-Cheng Wu, Kuang-Hui Lu, and Yun-Ru Chen
  • How will climate change affect a crop system that includes soybeans (crop), aphids (pest), and ladybugs (biocontrol agent)?
    Hsin-Yi Lee, Ying-Jie Wang, and Chuan-Kai Ho
10:30–12:10 Session II-c: Wireless Power Transfer for Sustainable Electronics
Chairs: Naoki Shinohara (RISH, Kyoto University, Japan),
Heng-Ming Hsu (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)

  • Wirelessly-Powered CMOS Electrochemical Sensing Interface Design
    Yu-Te Liao, Shao-Yung Lu, Yi-Chia Cheng
  • Some preliminary theoretical and experimental research results of WPT system between two points using Microwave power beam at 2.45 GHz
    Dao Khac An, Nguyen Chung Dong, and Nguyen Tien Thanh
  • Design of a 13.56-MHz Active Rectifier with Digital Offset Compensation for Implantable Medical Devices
    Fu-Bin Yang and Po-Hung Chen
  • Signal Communication in Wireless Power Transfer For Internet of Things
    Heng-Ming Hsu
  • Recent Research of Wireless Power Transfer at RISH for a Smart, Happy, and Resilient Society
    Naoki Shinohara
13:10–14:50 Session I-c: Water, carbon, and nutrient cycling in forest under climate change
Chairs: Guo-Zhang Song (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan),
Masayuki Itoh (Hyogo Prefecture University, Japan)

  • Are the evapotranspiration and canopy photosynthesis of Asian tropical rainforests affected by climate change?
    Yoshiko Kosugi, Satoru Takanashi, Shoji Novughi, Tatsuro Nakaji, Mai Kamakura, Wakana Azuma, Siti Aisha Shumsuddin, and Marryanna Lion
  • Effects of inter-annual climate difference on hydrologic and biogeochemical controls on methane dynamics in forest ecosystems
    Masayuki Itoh, Ayaka Sakabe, Yoshiko Kosugi, and Takashi Hirano
  • Multiple dimensions of fog and ecosystem function in a subtropical montane cloud forest
    Shih-Chieh Chang
  • The linkage between fine root dynamics and community structure in subtropical evergreen forest
    Jyh-Min Chiang, Pui-Wai Leung, Li-Wan Chang, and Cho-Ying Huang
15:20–17:00 Session II-d: Atmospheric and ionospheric studies with new instruments and technology
Chairs: Mamoru Yamamoto (RISH, Kyoto University, Japan),
Charles Lin (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)

  • Lessons Learned from the Ongoing Development of the Ionospheric Dynamics Explorer and Attitude Subsystem Satellite (IDEASSat)
    Loren Chang, Chi-Kuang Chao, Amal Chandran, Cheng-Ling Kuo, and Jann-Yenq Liu
  • Convective-scale assimilation with the GPS-zenith total delay and radar data and its impact on heavy rainfall prediction in Taiwan
    Shu-Chih Yang, Zih-Mao Huang, Ching-Yuan Huang, and Chih-Chieh Tsai
  • Equatorial Plasma Bubble for Space Weather Monitoring in Malaysia
    Suhaila M Buhari
  • The development of data assimilation in the ionospheric space weather
    Chia-Hung Chen, Charles Lin, Tomoko Matsuo, and J. Y. Liu
17:00 Closing Remarks
Presentation of Student Poster Award
Closing Address
Hwang Shaw-Yhi (Associate Dean of College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)
Poster PDF file (11 830 536 bytes)
Poster2 PDF file (552 414 bytes)

12 October, 2018

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