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Kobe University Global-Link Forum (KUGL) in Taipei

We are proud to announce that the “Kobe University Global-Link Forum (KUGL) in Taipei” will be held at College of Social Sciences, National Taiwan University on December 3-4 2015.

The forum aims to promote our education and research activities and the Kobe University Brand overseas by forming stronger links with overseas academic associations and the International Alumni Association Network, which provides an invaluable repository of knowledge for the University. We held the first Kobe University Global-Link Forum in Bangkok, Thailand. After the successful launch of KUGL, Kobe University held the second forum in Seoul, South Korea, the third forum in Beijing, China, the fourth forum in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, Vietnam, and the fifth in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.

This year, we will hold a sixth forum, under the theme of “Re-realizing the Relationship with Taiwan and Japan: Cooperation in Science, Technology and Innovation.” Experts from Japan and Taiwan will present their insights on contemporary issues, focusing on humanities on the first day and social sciences on the second day. We look forward to your participation in the forum.

General Information
Date: *Free entry

Day 1: Thursday 3 Dec. 2015, 10:00-17:00
10:00~11:20 Opening Ceremony, Keynote Speech
13:30~17:00 “New Orientations in the Humanities and Social Sciences in East Asia”
13:30~14:30 Humanities *This section will be held in Chinese.
14:50~17:00 Social Sciences

Day 2: Friday 4 Dec. 2015, 9:20-17:00
09:20~12:30 “Advanced Research of Emerging and Reemerging Diseases in Asia”
13:30~17:00 “Advanced Membrane Technology Contributions to Resolving Energy and Environmental Issues”

Venue:
Liang Kuo-Shu International Conference Hall, College of Social Sciences, National Taiwan University

Title:
"Re-realizing the Relationship with Taiwan and Japan: Cooperation in Science, Technology and Innovation"

Official Language:
English
*The “Humanities” section on Day 1 will be held in Chinese.

Contact:
Office of International Affairs
Carol Lin (Ms.)
02 3366 2007 ext.227


 

Update: 2015 / 11 / 25