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ISAJ Symposium-2020 Announcement

By MahendraKumar - Posted on 25 September 2020

                                                                                             11th ISAJ Annual Symposium

India - Japan Web-Symposium on 

Innovations in Science & Technology for New Issues and Challenges

                                                           December 04, 2020 (Friday)

Honorary Patron

H.E. Mr. Sanjay Kumar Verma

The Ambassador of India to Japan

Honorary Advisor

Dr. Usha Dixit, Counsellor (S&T),  Embassy of India, Tokyo

Organized by: 



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Dr. Swapnil Ghodke

Dr. Bhupendra Sharma

Dr. Mahendra Kumar Pal


Organizing Committee:

Dr. Ram Avtar

Dr. Elango Chandiran

Mr. Trishit Banerjee

Dr. Manjiri K. Deshpande

Dr. Divya Anand

Dr. Shreya Arora

Dr. Frank Wilson Amalraj

Dr. Prerna Joshi

Dr. Santosh Gothwal

Dr. Sharath Srinivasamurty

Dr. Tanima Biswas



Advisory Committee:

Dr. Sunil Kaul

Dr. Alok Singh

Dr. Kedar Mahapatra

Dr. Swadhin Behera

Prof. D. Sakthi Kumar

Prof. Ruby Pawankar

Dr. Renu Wadhwa

Prof. Atsushi Suzuki

Dr. Manish Biyani


The ISAJ Symposium aims to bridge India and Japan's researchers/scientists by bringing them together to showcase their research achievements, exchange ideas, and foster collaborations, mutually beneficial to both the countries. ISAJ has been organizing this interdisciplinary symposium annually for the past ten years to provide a platform for Indian academicians, researchers, and students based in Japan to showcase their latest scientific achievements together with their colleagues in Japan. Renowned experts in different science and technology fields share their knowledge and experience in plenary and invited talks.

This year the ongoing global pandemic "COVID-19" has come as a shock to the society, health system, economic activities, and government policies worldwide, posing new issues and challenges. The symposium will devote a special interest session to understanding the role of science, technology, and engineering to address "New Issues and Challenges" created by COVID-19.

The symposium will enable scientists to reflect on how various science, engineering, and technology disciplines can be better integrated towards creating innovative solutions to help tackle this current challenge and be better positioned to solve future issues through the latest innovations.

Sessions will be designed around dedicated topics. Besides keynote and plenary talks by eminent scientists and researchers from both Japan and India, oral presentations and thesis challenge for student participants will also be organized.


The scope of the symposium

All fields of science and technology, including, but not limited to:

● Public Health and Wellbeing  ●Plasma Sciences ●Cutting-edge Technologies 

● Environmental Issues  ●Sustainability ●Basic Sciences   ●Material Sciences


Deadline for abstract submissionNovember 6th, 2020 (Friday)

Abstracts submission are encouraged for short oral presentations on any disciplines of science and technology at


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