2016 G-SPASE Program Guidance

2016.04.06 14:00 - 20:00


Space infrastructures such as earth monitoring, navigation and information transmission using satellite have been providing rich information for human society. The internet and cell phone services are expanding at an unprecedented rate. Free satellite imageries and open source digital maps have also been released on the internet. Using global scale information, we can access many events and happenings, what is really going on, when, and where. Global scale information has huge potential to change social infrastructures such as disaster management, transportation control, logistics, optimal farming, forest management, public health and maritime activities.

1st Guidance

14:00-15:30 Dw601, Building D, Komaba Research Campus, The University of Tokyo
1. Greeting(Tokyo University Professor Shibasaki)
2. Introduction of G-SPASE2(Tokyo University Professor Shibasaki)
Participants、、Curriculum、Annual Schedule
3. G-SPASE2 Experience(Tokyo University PhD Candidate Satoshi Miyazawa)
4. Panel Disscusion
・Attraction of G-SPASE2、Difficulty、Experience、Future Work
5. Q&A

2nd Guidance

18:00-19:30 C3S10, Collaboration Complex, Hiyoshi Campus, Keio University
1. Greeting(Keio University Associate Professor Kohtake)
2. Introduction of G-SPASE2(Keio University Associate Professor Kohtake)
Participants、Curriculum、Annual Schedule
3. G-SPASE Experience(Tokyo University PhD Candidate Akihiko Nishino)
4. Panel Disscusion
・Attraction of G-SPASE2、Difficulty、Experience、Future Work
5. Q&A

※ Basically, the content of the 1st and 2nd guidance are the same.

Open to all members including anyone from the above universities.


G-SPASE2 Representative:
Associate Professor Naohiko Kohtake, Keio University

Researcher Aria Iwasawa, Keio University