12 October 2018
Founded on April 1, 1978 in center of Tokyo, the Institute of Applied Energy (IAE) is an autonomous, nonprofit organization conducting technology related research in broad energy areas. To secure stable energy supply and address global environmental issues, strategic planning and implementation from long-term and global perspectives are prerequisites. The IAE’s researchers conduct studies and organize projects with the broad network developed among industry, academia and the government.
The activities of IAE are supported by the contributions from the industry members and research contracts with government agencies, private industries, etc.
Since 1981, IAE has been holding Symposia annually on current technological topics. The main theme of this symposium will be the perspective on energy technology toward 2050.
Date: October 12, 2018
Venue: Chiyoda Hoso Kaikan, 1-1 Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo
10:00-10:20 : Opening remarks
10:20-12:00 : Keynotes
12:00-13:00 : lunch break
13:00-14:20 : speeches from IAE researchers
14:20-15:30 : panel discussion
Last edited: 25 September 2018
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