A discussion on how Australian and Japanese joint research help make cities liveable and societies resilient. Influential researchers and advisors to government reflect on research responsibility in development and application of new technologies. Participants will also see examples of successful research collaborations in a range of research fields.
The Australian National University Centre for the Public Awareness of Science and the University of Osaka Centre for the Study of Co*Design have joined together to lead a forum on responsible research in Science and Technology with a focus on Liveability and Resilience on November 2 2018.
This event is hosted by The Australian National University, the Centre for the Study of Co*Design at Osaka University, Osaka Innovation Hub, the Australia-Japan Foundation, and Australia now sponsors.
Early career researchers are particularly encouraged to attend and build their networks.
An access map is available at https://www.innovation-osaka.jp/access/
12.30 – 1pm Venue open and registration
1 – 1.15pm Welcome remarks
1.15 – 2.45pm Panel discussion 1: Responsible research and innovation
2.45 – 3.15pm Tea break with refreshments
3.15 – 4.45pm Panel discussion 2: Liveability and resilience
The forum is free and open to the public, but registration is essential. Please visit https://bit.ly/2QICd6r
Image: Australian and Japanese researchers have been jointly reading the evidence from the 2011 tsunami to improve disaster management