Date and time: (Thursday) 2 June 2016 from 09:30 to 16:30
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Capacity: 300 seats
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Please note that this event will be in Japanese. English interpretation will not be provided.
The Public Lecture Series aims to foster audience participation and you are encouraged to engage with the speakers during the question-and-answer sessions.
|9:30 – 9:35||Welcome Remarks||Prof. Kaoru Takara, Director, Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI)|
|9:35 – 10:05||2016 Kumamoto Earthquake – foreshock – main shock – aftershock – induced earthquakes||Prof. Yoshihisa Iio|
|10:10 – 11: 10||What is a Large-scale Eruption: Case Study of Sakurajima and Indonesian Volcanoes||Dr. Haruhisa Nakamichi|
|11:15 – 12:15||Measures for Serious Water-related Disasters||Prof. Shigenobu Tanaka|
|12:15 – 13:15||Lunch Break|
|13:15 – 14:15||Approaching the mystery of compound ground disaster at the time of a major earthquake||Prof. Susumu Iai|
|14:20 – 15:20||Using the martime sector to prepare logistics for catastrophe Emergency assistance||Prof. Kenji Ono|
|15:20 – 15:35||Break|
|15:35 – 16:25||General Discussion Session||Prof. Akira Igarashi, Moderator|
|16:25 – 16:30||Closing Remarks||Prof. Norio Maki|
The DPRI Public Lecture Series is certified as a CPD Program of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers.
Access to the Event Venue:
Schönbach Sabō Conference Hall -シェーンバッハ・サボー – 1st Floor, Japan Sabo Association
2-7-5 Hirakawacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
(Subways: Yurakucho Line, Hanzomon Line, Namboku Line – Exit no. 4)