PROGRAM2019-04-01T06:02:30+00:00

CONFERENCE PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Friday,  Nov. 23 Saturday, Nov. 24
9:00~9:45 Registration
9:45~10:00 Opening Speech
10:00~10:45 Keynote speech 1 (Mr. Yutaka Tahara) Keynote speech 3 (Dr. Sarah  Abe)
10:45~11:00 Break Break
11:00~13:00 Student presentations Student presentations
13:00~14:00 Lunch Lunch
14:00~14:45 Keynote speech 2 (Dr. Nguyen Duc Quang) Keynote Speech 4 (Mr. Paul M. Lewis)
14:45~16:45 Student presentations Student presentations Award Ceremony
18:00~20:00 Dinner

CONFERENCE PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Friday, Nov. 23
11:00~13:00
(20 mins per speaker)
Difference in Color Sensitivity of Poecilia reticulata based on different light environments
Karin Kase, Ritsumeikan Uji Junior and High School
How do Different Brands of Natto with Various Amounts of Protein and Lipid Affect the Growth of Human Saliva?
Sahana Natarajan, Seisen International School
Effects of Molar Ratio and Hardness of Glyptal, the Value-Added Product of the Production of Biofuels
Momoka Kobayashi, Ritsumeikan Uji Junior and High School
The Comparison of Microwave-Assisted Organic Synthesis and the Conventional Heating Method
Qinrou Zhang, Ritsumeikan Uji Junior and High School
Change in Sleeping Pattern Between Pre-Adults and Adults
Shiho Inagaki, Tokyo Gakugei University International Secondary School
13:00~14:00 Lunch
14:45~16:45
(20 mins per speaker)
SAT Reading Analysis Using Eye-Gaze Tracking Technology and Machine Learning
Andrew Howe, American School in Japan
Tennis Stroke Classification Using Myo Armband
Lisa Baily, American School in Japan
Investigation of sleep quality parameters to improve cognitive performance in class room test
Alisa Fukuda, American School in Japan
A Machine Learning Based Approach for Automated Used-Cars Price Evaluation
Jongpyeong Lee, Hiep Nguyen, Konrad Lykowski, Thien Phan
Tokyo Techies
Flower classification using AI model
Nguyen Kieu Khanh, Le Bao Dan , Nguyen Huu Hoang Minh
Spring Hill Academy
Sensor-Integrated Soccer Ball For Spatiotemporal Performance Analysis Of Soccer Players
Tyler Cross, American School in JP
11:00~13:00
(20 mins per speaker)
Classification of Ballroom Dancing Music Using Machine Learning
Noemie Voss, Sevenoaks School Sevenoaks, UK
An Exploration of the Effects of Alternate Realities on One’s Identity
Stefan Mead, Ritsumeikan Uji Junior and High School
Change in Japanese Economy and How Prime Minister Abe’s Word Choice is Influenced by the Economy
Ryunosuke Saito, St. Mary’s International School
Adidas And The Evolving United States Footwear Market
Andrew Ammar, Ritsumeikan Uji Junior and High School
TPP11 and the economic revitalization of rural Japan: The effect of culture and consumer preferences on demand for domestic food product
Masao Kawasaki, The American School in Japan
The Acquisition of Formal and Informal Political Power in the United States and Japan
Kai Kurosu, The American School in Japan
13:00~14:00 Lunch
14:45~16:45
(20 mins per speaker)
A Study on Muong Language
Nguyen Thanh Tra , Truong Vu Khanh Chi, Spring Hill Academy
The role of moral education in the modernization of Meiji Japan until 1894
Yoshimaro Kamikubo, Ritsumeikan Uji Junior and Senior High School
Investigation on the Time Taken per Cycle and 100m Breaststroke Record
Reika Shimomura, Ritsumeikan Uji Junior and High School
Protective Effect of Genistein as Antioxidant, Included in Natto, on Yeast Cell Viability
Sayaka Nagano, Ritsumeikan Uji Junior and High School
What Is The Relationship Between Keystroke And Timbre In Piano?
Yuki Akizuki, Ritsumeikan Uji High School
Investigation on the Effect of Temperature to the Damping Strength of a Viscously Damped Sphere
So Amano, Ritsumeikan Uji High School
Keynote Speaker Schedule
Yutaka Tahara (10am) Dr. Sarah  Abe (10am)
Dr. Nguyen Duc Quang (2pm) Paul M. Lewis (2pm)
田原豊 Yutaka Tahara
田原豊 Yutaka TaharaOihama High School, Chiba Japan
Yutaka Tahara is a Lecturer of Biology at Oihama High School in Chiba, Japan. He graduated from Kouchi University majoring in Biology and has worked as a high school teacher and lecturer in several Japanese high schools from 1977. For his work on Avian shell-less hatching technology development and implementation for education, Mr Tahara has been the recipient of several awards and medals from the Minister of Science and the Japan Biological Education Association.
Nguyen Duc Quang
Nguyen Duc QuangSpring Hill School Vietnam
Nguyen Duc Quang is the Founder and Owner of Spring Hill School in Vietnam where he mentors students on research projects related to movie making, plant science, environment, psychology and animal science. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from the Vietnam National University of Education Hanoi, specializing in Life Science and Technology Education. He also has a Masters degree in Science, again specializing in Life Science and Technology Education. Dr Quang also has a Masters and PhD from Ehime University, Japan specializing in Population Genetics of forest trees.
Sarah K. Abe
Sarah K. AbeNational Cancer Center Japan
Sarah K. Abe is a Researcher at the National Cancer Center Japan specializing in diet and cancer epidemiology. Previously, she worked as Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health Policy (GHP) at The University of Tokyo where she co-coordinated the Global Health Entrepreneurship Program, a hands-on, workshop-based program for university students. Dr Abe holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Suffolk University, Boston, a Master of Science from the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and a PhD in International Health from The University of Tokyo.
Paul M. Lewis
Paul M. LewisHarvard College VISION
Paul M. Lewis is the Founder of Harvard College VISION: Global Health Society, a group that empowers youth to become civically minded leaders for the future. Each year, VISION hosts a Global Health and Leadership Conference that pairs high school students to Harvard students to create projects that impact their communities. Mr. Lewis holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard College, where he concentrated in Neurobiology with a secondary in Global Health and Health Policy. He received a post-graduation fellowship to travel to Japan and learn about caregiving.