- Tokyo Midtown Tower 4F Conference
- 11/23(Thu) 15:30 - 17:00
Global problem cannot be isolated as that of single technology, solution, country or region. In addition to the historical and cultural relationship, India and Japan have many common problems in ICT, Energy, Environment, Transportation, Disaster Management and so on. The importance and spectrum of India-Japan collaboration will grow much larger and wider. In this session, the key players of India-Japan collaboration meet in one place and explore the development of accumulated wisdom and action plan for the future collaboration through Engineering, Science and Technology.
*Updated on (Tue) 14th November 2017:
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Purnima Rupal will newly participate in this session.
U. B. DesaiDirector/Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad
Yukio TakeyariChair, NASSCOM Japan Council
Kotaro KataokaVisiting Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad / The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Expert
Jun MuraiDean, Graduate School of Media and Governance / Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Purnima RupalCounsellor (Science and Technology), Embassy of India, Tokyo, Japan