Workshop and Seminar
International workshops and seminars in the Asia-Pacific region to discover potential space experiments
Space Environment and Kibo Utilization Workshop
Space Environment and Kibo Utilization Workshop (SEKUW) is an international workshop conferred by space agencies in the Asia-Pacific region in order to provide the latest information from various fields of space research, especially microgravity experiments. The main objective of the workshop is finding potential space experiments to be conducted in the “Kibo” module on the International Space Station
Here are the list of references for each seminar.
3rd Workshop (2017)
February 9-10, 2017, Bangkok, Thailand
2nd Workshop (2016)
April 18-19 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Japan-Korea Joint Seminar on Space
Environment Utilization Research
United States, Canada and European countries have developed the space environment utilization researches since early 1980s by the Space Shuttle flights. Japan also joined the Space Shuttle utilization in 1990s, and carried out space experiments, facilitating the short term capabilities such as sounding rockets, airplanes and drop tubes. Now a number of nations; US, Canada, Europeans, Russia and Japan are carrying out the construction of International Space Station on Low Earth orbit. Thus, the advancement of space environment utilization sciences is highly anticipated these days.
Governmental collaboration memorandum of science and technology between Japan and Korea was singed in 1985, and cooperation in basic sciences and technology development are supposed to have been pushed forward. The forum of the specialists: the third one, in Seoul 2001, yielded the recommendations on the guideline for furthering collaborations in policy, life science, nano-technology, information technology, oceanography and geo-science. The fourth forum was held last year in Tokyo. Yet, the topics on space environment utilization researches were not touched upon.
Considering the circumstance as mentioned above, the joint seminar under the framework of JSPS bilateral channel by Japanese and Korean scientists on the relevant disciplines seems very timely, serving to the creation of new ideas and scopes on the future of sciences in space. Obviously the topics that had better be tried in space will be identified, the methodologies to carry the mission to space will be also examined and evaluated in the discussion. In addition, the insight to the betterment of ground researches will develop due to the new dimension of reduced gravity on the principles involved.
The history of microgravity researches in Japan has more than 15 years. Korea has corps of world- class researchers in basic and application sciences who, to our understanding, are currently being organized into a group of specialists working for space environment utilization researches.
The objectives of the seminar are; to establish the collaborative ties between the Japanese and Korean scientists in space environment utilization researches, to create the scheme handling technical problems for implementation, and work out the possible joint missions in space.
=Professor Inho CHOI of Yonsei University, co-chair of this Joint Seminar, made the videos in coordination with Dr. Yoshinori Fujimori to show the report of the 15th seminar and the great long history of the seminar.
The first Korea-Japan joint seminar was held on Sep. 4, 2004 at JAXA Tsukuba Space Center. Here are the list of references for each seminar.
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