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2013 ISAJ Symposium

By admin - Posted on 23 July 2013

India-Japan Symposium on Frontiers in Science & Technology: Emerging Materials for Health, Environment and Safety

Venue: Indian Embassy Auditorium, Tokyo

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Date:  October 11 2013


Honorary Patron: H.E. Ms. Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa, The Ambassador of India

Honorary AdvisorDr. Chadaram Sivaji, S & T Counsellor, Embassy of India 





The Indian Scientists Association in Japan (ISAJ) organized  4th India-Japan Symposium on October 11, 2013, at the Indian Embassy Auditorium, Tokyo. The main theme of this year’s symposium was “Emerging Materials for Health, Environment and Safety.” 

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Dr. Alok Singh


Dr. Baiju G. Nair


Organizing Committee:

Dr. Sunil Kaul

Prof. Swadhin Behera

Dr. Kedar Mahapatra

Prof. D. Sakthi Kumar

Dr. Manish Biyani

Prof. Ruby Pawankar

Dr. Anila Mathew

Dr. Samik Ghosh

Dr. Vijay Kumar

Mr. Saurabh Sharma

Dr. R. Arockia Kumar

Dr. K.S. Suresh

Dr. Sachin Shah

Dr. Jyotheeswara Reddy Edula

Dr. Aniruddha Adhikari

Ms Tuba Zahra

Mr Mahendra Kumar Pal

Mr Shanthanu R. Menon

Dr.Manoj Eradath

Dr.Kanaka Raju Pandiri

Plenary Speakers:

C. Sivaji, Embassy of India

Kenji Oeda, RIKEN (Keynote)

Daisuke Fujita, NIMS

Neelam Ramaiah, University of Tokyo

Yoshihiro Ito, RIKEN

Madoka Takai, University of Tokyo

Hiroshi Abe, Hokkaido University

Biju V. Pilai, AIST

Tahei Tahara, RIKEN

Takuya Nakashima, NAIST, Nara

Teruhiko Matsubara, Keio University

Masanobu Naito, NIMS

Hideki Abe, NIMS

C. Subramaniam, TASC/AIST

Toshiji Mukai, Kobe University

Asima Sultana, AIST


Panel Discussion: moderated by Sanjeev Sinha (Sun and Sands Group) “The role of Indian scientists in Japan in bridging the S&T between India and Japan”

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ISAJ is a forum of Indian Scientists in Japan registered as an NPO with a vision to strengthen India-Japan collaborations in the field of Science and Technology. India-Japan Symposium organized by ISAJ provides a platform for both senior and young Indian researchers and their Japanese counterparts and other colleagues to share state-of-the-art information in their respective fields. 

There will be a registration fee of Yen 3,000 to cover for lunch and tea/coffee. Students are exempted!

We look forward to your active participation and make this event a great success! 

For inquries:

Dr. Alok Singh ( or Dr. Baiju Nair (