Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC), with the notion that dissemination of its achievements to the public is one of its crucial obligations, holds the SFC Open Research Forum (ORF) as the occasion to announce broadly its research outcomes. In this forum, future prospects and results of many ongoing research projects at the Institute are introduced to industries, national and local governments through exhibitions and sessions.
Pre-registration NOT required
- Booth Exhibition
- Poster Exhibition
- Sponsor Session
- High School/University Cooperative Working Group: For the Power to Create the Future - Aiming Towards a Recipe for Practical Education and Network Building
- Final round and award ceremony of Fab 3D Contest 2017
Satellite EventThis satellite event was cancelled due to the circumstances of the lecturer.
Date(Wed) 22nd November 2017
Time14:30 Open / 15:00 - 16:30
VenueThe National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (Roppongi)
Participation FeeFree / Pre-registration is REQUIRED.
LaguageEnglish (Simultaneous interpretation to Japanese will be available.)
This time, in collaboration with Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the lecture “The Vision of the Netherlands: Open Economies, Inclusive Societies”, which lecturer will be Mr. Marten Cornelis van den Berg (Vice Minister for Foreign Trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands), will be held as a satellite event of ORF2017. The moderator will be Norichika Kanie, Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance.
Chair of Planning Committee
Fumitoshi KatoProfessor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Fumitoshi Kato (Ph.D., Communication) is a Professor at the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University, Japan. His research interests include: communication theory, media studies, socio-cultural impacts of new technologies, qualitative research methods. He is especially interested in the use of mobile media technologies in the context of place-making and community development. For the past fifteen years, he has been conducting field research in various local communities in Japan, with a primary focus on the notion of "mobile learning."http://fklab.today/