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Symposium (Berlin): Ahead of G20 — Artificial Intelligence and Innovation

The Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB), the German Economic Institute (IW Köln), and the Fujitsu Research Institute (FRI) would like to invite you to the symposium

Ahead of G20 — Artificial Intelligence and Innovation

on June 25 and 26, 2019

at the Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB), Saargemünder Str. 2, Berlin.

During the symposium, the implications of AI for our industries, economies, societies and politics will be discussed from German and Japanese perspectives and its impact for new technologies will be assessed. The program will ...

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Conference in Berlin on “Labor Market Policy and Political Participation in France, Germany and Japan”

The German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ), L’Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris, and the Japanese-German Center Berlin (JDZB) jointly organized two workshops in Paris (October 2017) and Tokyo (December 2018) on labor market liberalization in France, Germany and Japan and the social and political consequences, also for our democratic systems.

To wrap-up the findings from these workshops, I cordially invite you to a final conference in Berlin on

Labor Market Policy and Political Participation in France, Germany and ...

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Extended deadline: CfP for 3rd EAJS Conference in Japan a the University of Tsukuba, 14-15 Sep 2019

Call for Papers

The 3rd EAJS Conference in Japan
Venue: University of Tsukuba, Japan
Dates: September 14-15 (Sat-Sun), 2019
Language: English (for submissions), English and Japanese (during the conference)
Project director: Prof. em. Andrej Bekeš (University of Ljubljana), President EAJS
EAJS contact: office@eajs.eu
Extended deadline for submissions: May 31, 2019
Notification of acceptance: the end of June

Please use our online submission system to submit all necessary documents.

Since the 1970s, the European Association for Japanese Studies ...

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CfA: Toshiba International Foundation Fellowships 2019

Within the framework of the Toshiba International Foundation Fellowship programme conducted jointly by EAJS and the Toshiba International Foundation, the European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS) selects candidates for a fellowship to undertake research in Japan.

The next application deadline is 5 May 2019.

To apply please use our online application system.

Applications are invited for Toshiba International Foundation scholarships for a three-month stay in Japan to be completed by the end of March 2020. Grantees can expect a fellowship ...

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CfA: 15th EAJS Workshop for Doctoral Students

Venue: University College Cork, Republic of Ireland
Date: 20–23 August 2019
Project director: Dr Till Weingärtner (University College Cork)
Language for applications and during the workshop: English
Application deadline: 7 April 2019

To apply please use our online application system.

The European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS) invites doctoral students in all humanities and social sciences to apply for the 15th EAJS Workshop for Doctoral Students (20–23 August 2019). The workshop will take place at the University College Cork. ...

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CfP: Workshop: City of Tomorrow’: Urban Innovations and the Tokyo 2020 Games

The IN-EAST School of Advanced Studies of the University of Duisburg-Essen is inviting submissions for participants of a workshop on various perspectives dealing with the urban aspects of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games (see below) in Duisburg on the 27th of February. Travel costs for speakers from within Europe will be covered. Abstracts (max 400 words) together with a short (max 200 words) biographic note should be sent to deirdre.sneep@uni-due.de by the 4th of February. For more information ...

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Germany – India – Japan and a Free and Open Indo-Pacific, Monday, March 12, 2018, Berlin

In Asia-Pacific a new political situation is developing as reflected in various political and security policy initiatives in the area. Japan declared a “Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy” in August 2016 in order to enhance “connectivity” between Asia and Africa through a free and open Indo-Pacific to promote the stability and prosperity of the regions as a whole. In 2017 Prime Minister Abe and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India also agreed to align Japan’s “Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy” ...

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Toshiba International Foundation Fellowships 2018

Within the framework of the Toshiba International Foundation Fellowship programme conducted jointly by EAJS and the Toshiba International Foundation, the European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS) selects candidates for a fellowship to undertake research in Japan.

The next application deadline is 7 May 2018.

To apply please use our online application system.

Applications are invited for Toshiba International Foundation scholarships for a three-month stay in Japan to be completed by the end of March 2019. Grantees can expect a fellowship of not ...

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Stellenausschreibung: Generalsekretär/Generalsekretärin des JDZB (Berlin)

Im JAPANISCH-DEUTSCHEN ZENTRUM BERLIN (JDZB), einer durch Übereinkommen der Regierungen Japans und der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 1985 errichteten Stiftung mit Sitz in Berlin, ist die Position des/ der

Generalsekretärs/ Generalsekretärin

zum 1. August 2018 neu zu besetzen.

Aufgabe des JDZB ist es, die japanisch-deutsche und internationale Zusammenarbeit auf den Gebieten der Wissenschaft und Kultur zu fördern und zu vertiefen. Der Satzungszweck wird insbesondere verwirklicht durch die Unterstützung der japanisch-deutschen Verständigung auf allen Ebenen des Wirtschaftslebens zur Verbesserung der Zusammenarbeit in Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur. ...

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FU Berlin: EVF Roundtable: Historical and Contemporary Impact of Generational Change on Japanese Politics and Institutions, Nov. 27, 2017

The Graduate School East Asian Studies of FU Berlin invites to a

EVF Roundtable:Historical and Contemporary Impact of Generational Change on Japanese Politics and Institutions

November 27, 2017.

To what degree have generationally-differentiated experiences of domestic and international events impacted Japanese society and its politics in the past? How should the study of past generational transitions inform current social research into generational divergences in Japanese society? This event is comprised of a panel of individual presentations on the Meiji, Taisho, early Showa, and ...

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