Energy Transition in Japan and Germany - Policies, Perceptions, and Practices

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Event Information

February 17, 2020, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Conference Room Saturn (7th floor)
Organiser: Heidelberg University Office, Kyoto (HUOK); DWIH Tokyo

The mini-symposium addresses societal questions and in addition showcases technological approaches of energy transition in Japan and Germany. Invited speakers are renowned researchers from leading universities in Japan, and representatives of the  Heidelberg Centers for the Environment (HCE) at Heidelberg University.
Organiser of the event is the Heidelberg University Office, Kyoto (HUOK) in cooperation with the German Centre for Research and Innovation Tokyo (DWIH Tokyo) and with the cooperation of the Miraikan..

For a tentative program  (subject to change) please see here (PDF).
Language: Japanese and English (with simultaneous interpretation)

Please register via email by February 10, 2020: info@huok.uni-heidelberg.de

The mini-symposium is organized in connection with the exhibition “energie.wenden (energy transitions)” at the Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in close collaboration with the German Centre for Research and Innovation Tokyo (DWIH Tokyo), and with the cooperation of the Miraikan. The event is supported by the German-Japanese Universities Alliance (HeKKSaGOn), and the Heidelberg Center for the Environment (HCE).

Organizers: Heidelberg University Office, Kyoto (HUOK)
Co-organizer:
German Centre for Research and Innovation Tokyo (DWIH Tokyo)
Supported by:
German-Japanese Universities Alliance (HeKKSaGOn), Heidelberg Center of the Environment (HCE)
Participation:
free of charge * Admission fee for permanent exhibition is required.
Language: English and Japanese (Simultaneous interpretation provided.)
Registration: On-site registration from 12:30
Inquiries: info@huok.uni-heidelberg.de

Link to Report: International Symposium on Energy Transitions in Germany and Japan