The Japan Geoscience Union Meeting brings together researchers in differing specialties from many institutions throughout the world.
So many oral presenttions, poster presentions, invited lectures and special lectures are held.
In 2016, JpGU Meeting is to be held from 22nd May (Sun) through 26th May (Thu), at Makuhari Messe International Conference Hall.
(click HERE to Meeting Information)
Presentations and Sessions
All presentations are held in each groups called "sessions" which consist of some or dozens of presentations.
About 189 sessions were held in JpGU Meeting 2015.
Presentations include oral presentations and poster presentations.
Oral presentations refer to scientific presentations which are held orally at each session rooms.
Poster presentations refer to scientific presentations which is held in the form of posters at the poster presentations room.
Some sessions contain invited lectures, and some are international sessions.
(click HERE to session lists)
Sessions for public
JpGU Meeting also invites general people , mainly to public sessions, which aims to announce outcome of Geoscience.
Public sessions are open to everyone and free of charge.
(click HERE to Public Sessions)
How to participate
You need to make registration to attend any sessions or lectures (except for public sessions).
Early birdregistration or Normal Registration are available.
Public sessions are free of charge, and you need to just come to reception for public sessions at the site.
And following are free of charge.(Please come to the reception.)
Please come to reception with your name cards or certificate.
For people coming to business meetings at the site
Please come to reception. Reception will start 30 minutes before your business meeting.
For undergraduate students, high school students
Please come to reception with your student ID.
For participants aged 70 or over
Please come to reception.
JpGU Meeting 2015
Term : 24th May, Sunday – 28th May, Thursday, 2015 5 days
Venue : Makuhari Messe / Chiba
Organized by Japan Geoscience Union
Supported by 44 organizations
Co-organized by The Japan Society of High Pressure Science and Technology, Japanese Coral Reef Society, Japana Association for Earthquake Engineering, The Astronomical Society of Japan, JAPAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, The Japanese Geotechnical Society, The Japan Landslide Society, Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering