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Keio University SFC Open Research Forum 2015 Preliminary Session

Biblio Battle & Toru Iwatake + Cyber Sound Project Live Music Performance

Preliminary Session brings together graduates, students and faculty members to present their recent publications as well as live music performance by Toru Iwatake Lab, Cyber Sound Project. Please sit back and enjoy the performance of the coming age, not to mention the graduates from Keio SFC!

Time & Date
(Thu) 19th November 2015

Open 16:30

Start 17:30

SuperDeluxe (Roppongi)
B1F 3-1-25 Nishi Azabu, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 106-0031, Japan
Participation Fee
1,000 Yen (including 1 drink)

The participation fee is applied to the management funding of this session. In addition, if the surplus is occurred, it will be used for the management funding of the Keio SFC Open Research Forum.

17:30~20:10 Bibliobattle

Biblio Battle is a game consisting of 4-5 presenters with books that are worth spreading.
Each Presenter -whether it is student, graduates, faculty members- is given 5mins to introduce the book to make audience want to read it, and after the voting by audience, we decide the champion book at the spot.
To represent the diversity of the campus, we introduce diverse presenters to generate interesting discussions. Anyone is welcome to listen to the presentation and vote for the favorite book.
Get to know the works by graduates and faculty members, not to mention the experimental ones by students!
(Please note: Presentation will be given in Japanese only)

20:25~21:45 Toru Iwatake + Cyber Sound Project Live

Last year’s idea for the concert was “Proto Music,” whereas this year it’s “Sprout of the Next Century Music.” The first looks back to the origin of music, whereas the second looks out to the future. They appear to be opposite activities with each other, but in reality they are very similar because they both make an objection to the current music scene. The passion to create something which doesn’t exist today is the source of moving force for us.

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