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  Japan Geoscience Union Mail News No.79 June. 10 2010
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<< Contents >>

 1.Flash
report of JpGU Meeting 2010

 2.From
Committees

   
NPO Japan Earth Science Olympiad Committee

 3.What’s
new!

   
Recruitments

         

 





1
. Flash Report of JpGU Meeting 2010


 Thank you for
participating in JpGU Meeting 2010.
Thanks to your cooperation, we could successfully end up this annual
meeting.
Brief report is shown below.

 

* List of items left
behind at the venue is shown here.

Please contact
office@jpgu.org if necessary.



http://www.jpgu.org/meeting/lost&found_e.html

 

(1)
Brief summery
Date: From May 23, Sunday to May 28, Friday, 2010  6 days
Venue: International Conference Hall and International Exhibition Hall 7
in Makuhari Messe
Hosted by apan Geoscience Union

Co-hosted
by Astronomical Society of Japan, Japanese Coral Reef Society, Society
of Atmospheric Electricity of Japan and

          
The
Japan Society of High Pressure Science and Technology
Sponsored by 47 organizations

 

(2)Sessions

Tota l: 167 sessions (
134 in 2009, 135 in 2008 and 134 in 2007 and 109 in 2006 )
   U: Union Session 4 (*1)

   O: Public
Session 3 (*0)

   P: Space
and Planetary Sciences Session 27 (*5)

   A:
Atmospheric, Ocean, and Environmental Sciences Session 22 (*5)

   H: Human
Geosciences Session 17 (*4)

   S: Solid
Earth Sciences Session 58 (*11)

   B:
Biogeosciences Session 9 (*2)

   G:
General Geoscience Session 4 (*0)

   M:
Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Session 23 (*4)

* means the number of
International Sessions

The Number of international sessions is 32 (9 sessions in
2009), that of abstracts is 598.

 

Number of abstracts is
3686 ( 3088 in 2009, 3218 in 2008, 3121 in 2007 )

 Number of oral
presentations : 2090. ( 1732 in 2009, 1766 in 2008, 1687 in 2007 )

 Number of poster
presentations : 1596 ( 1356 in 2009 , 1452 in 2008, 1434 in 2007 )

 

(3)Participants

Total : 5746 ( 4807 in
2009, 4862 in 2008, 4561 in 2007 )

 Number of
pre-registered participants : 2741

  Full conference
: 2190 / One 24-hours ticket : 476 / Two 24-hours ticket : 75

  Regular : 1934
/ Teachers : 28 / Graduate students : 745 / Aged 70 or over : 14

 Number of
on-site registered participants : 2022

  Full conference
: 804 / One 24-hours ticket : 784 / Two 24-hours ticket : 80 / □ : 354

  Regular : 1142
/ Teachers : 16 / Graduate students : 457 / Aged 70 or over : 47 /
University students : 360

 Number of
participants to Outreach Programs : 451 ( Participants : 286 / High
school students ( presenters ) : 165

 Number of others 
Press : 38 / Exhibitors : 494

 

(4)Exhibition

Special Exhibition
Booth : 48 booths ( 40 organizations ) / 43 booths in 2009

University Information
Panels : 10 universities ( including one from abroad ) / 5 universities
in 2009

Publishers’ Booth : 26
( Publishers : 20 / Related materials : 5 / Others : 1 ) 28 in 2009

Society Area :
Individual desk : 9 ( 9 in 2009 )

Society Area : General
Information Desk : 28 ( 18 in 2009 )

Pamphlet Desk : 9 ( 11
in 2009 )

 

(5)Others

Meetings during the
meeting : 91 ( Society rekated : 29 / JpGU related : 21 / General : 41

Part-timers and
volunteer staff : 242

 

2.
From Committees

(1)Japan
Earth Science Olympiad Committee

The 6th
International Earth Science Olympiad is going to be held at
Tsukuba Academic City from August 26 to September 2 in 2012.

100 high
school students from 25 countries are expected to
participate in this Olympiad.


International Earth Science Olympiad Organizing Committee
has decided to request donations of thirty million yen.

Your
support is highly appreciated.  For further details,
see the following URL.

http://ieso2012.jp/

 

 

3.
What’s New!


Recruitments

(1)
JAMSTEC


Postdoctoral Researcher Position for Recruitment at
Environmental Biogeochemical Cycle Research Program,

 Research
Institute for Global Change

( by June 30, 2010 )



http://www.jamstec.go.jp/e/about/recruit/rigc_20100630.html

(2)The
Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo

Visiting
Professor / Post-doctoral Fellow

( by
July 9, 2010 )

http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/kokusai/english/vr/recruit2011.pdf

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