Public (O)
Session Sub-category
Session IDO-02
Title Everyday Life of JpGU's Doctors. How to become a scientist?
Short Title Everyday Life of JpGU's Doctors.
Date & Time
PM2 Sun, 21 MAY
PM3 Sun, 21 MAY
AM2 Sunday, 21 MAY
Main ConvenerName Sachi Wakasa
Affiliation Institute of Regional Innovation, Hirosaki University
Co-Convener 1Name Erika Tanaka
Affiliation Japan Agency for Marine-earth Science and Technology
Co-Convener 2Name Takahisa Furuichi
Affiliation Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute
Co-Convener 3Name Natsue Abe
Affiliation Mantle Drilling Promotion Office, MarE3, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Session Language J
Scope How do the doctors who participate in JpGU spend their days? At JpGU, there are many Ph. D.s who are continuing their research on areas surrounding the planet Earth, such as the earth, space, and the ocean. Where do they usually do their research and experiments? What time do you wake up and what do you eat? What does fieldwork look like? Can I do it myself? It's always fun to go anywhere! In this session, for middle and high school students, the JpGU's doctors will introduce their daily lives, their research lives, and how they got there! In addition, we will introduce how to become a doctor and what kind of university you should enter to conduct research and studies related to JpGU, based on the list currently being prepared by the Diversity Promotion Committee. We also accept questions such as how the skills you have learned and the skills you have acquired by going on to university and graduate school can be used in society! We accept joining our session from junior and senior high school students, faculty, staff, parents, and people who want to develop doctoral human resources and increase the number of research and work colleagues.
Presentation Format Oral and Poster (invited only)
Collaboration Joint with -
The Association of Japanese Geographers, The Tohoku Geographical Association