KEIO TECHNO-MALL 2005 (The 6th Keio Science and Technology Exhibition) was held
Updated December 14, 2005
To send out research achievements to society of the Graduate School and the Faculty of Science and Technology of Keio University, KEIO TECHNO-MALL 2005 (The 6th Keio Science and Technology Exhibition) was organized by Keio Leading-edge Laboratory of Science and Technology and held on December 2, 2005 at Tokyo International Forum in Yurakucho, Tokyo. With the main theme “Advanced technologies for building sustainable society” and the promo word “build and sustain,” research achievements of eight academic fields such as “Urban systems and buildings”and “Medical and Health Care Engineering”were introduced through total 71 exhibition booths. At each booth, not only faculties but students described their research work enthusiastically, enjoying meaningful exchanges with industrial fields.
There were two times of lecture sessions in the morning and in the afternoon. In the morning, Ms. Misuzu Tamaru, Anchorperson of a TV program, hosted a lecture session by Prof. Hoshi and Prof. Kuma and a panel discussion among them. In the afternoon, there were lectures by Prof. Shuzo Murakami, Dr. Toshiaki Ikoma, Director-General of Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Center for Research and Development Strategy (CRDS).
Both morning and afternoon sessions received a favorable reception among audience. The 6th KEIO TECHNO-MALL finished so successfully, having about 1,300 guests, although it was held in year-end busy time.
The exhibition hall which was very well attended
Not only faculties but students described their research activities enthusiastically
The lecture session was well attended and received favorable reviews
Prof. HOSHI, Motonori Department of Biosciences and Informatics, Science and Technology, KeioUnivers
Guest Prof. KUMA, Kengo Department of System Design Engineering, Science and Technology, Keio Univer
Ms. TAMARU, Misuzu Anchorperson of Tokyo Broadcasting System "News Special"
Prof. MURAKAMI, Shuzo Department of System Design Engineering, Science and Technology, Keio Universi
Director-General IKOMA, Toshiaki Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Center for Research and D