For Smart and Healthy Society -- common challenges in research and education by Japan and EU collaboration

October 09, 2015

Every year Kobe University Brussels European Centre holds a symposium aiming to introduce the latest research results and applications in natural and social sciences from Japanese universities and partner institutions in Europe. The annual symposia have been an important occasion for researchers and policy makers to envisage future collaboration for the benefit of society at large.

This year the 6th Kobe University Brussels European Centre Symposium is going to be held under the title of 'For Smart and Healthy Society - common challenges in research and education by Japan and EU collaboration'. During this Symposium, the latest collaboration between Japanese and European institutions in the fields of ICT, Nano and Material Science, Human Health, and Law and Economics will be introduced by prominent researchers. Please find the programme attached below.

Interested members of the public are warmly welcome to attend this event. For attendance, please register at the following website: For enquiry, please contact Kobe University Brussels European Centre at: intl-kobe_u_bxl(a)

We look forward to welcoming you at the symposium.

Kobe University

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