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The Association of Hyperdisciplinarity Tomiya Forum 2019!

超異分野学会 富谷フォーラム2019を実施しました!

 (Head office: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; COO: Shuichiro Takahashi), in collaboration with Tomiya City, Miyagi Prefecture,The Society for Hyperdisciplinarity Tomiya Forum 2019.was held on December 13, 2019. The conference was part of the "Future and Hydrogen Energy Forum in Tomiya" project, and on the following day, a conference for middle and high school students, the Science Castle 2019 Tohoku Conference, was held, bringing together middle and high school student researchers mainly from within the Tohoku region.

The Hyperdisciplinary Society of Japan Tomiya Forum 2019, with the conference theme "Future Living from Hydrogen Utilization Demonstration Cities," featured discussions on future living from diverse perspectives, including mobility, energy storage, and community. The day featured five diverse panel sessions, 21 poster presentations, and 13 venture and researcher pitches.

(1) Society for Hyperdisciplinarity Tomiya Forum 2019

Date and Time: Friday, December 13, 2019, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Theme: "Future Lifestyles Based on Hydrogen Utilization Demonstration Cities
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〔〔see.Poster Award Winners〕〕.

Future Hydrogen Energy Forum Award
Graduate School of Arts and Letters, Tohoku University Doctoral Course Misaki Arai
Viewing the City as an Organism: How Urban Identity Changes with the Introduction of Future Energy

Looop Award
Lecturer, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Akita University
"Impact Assessment of Renewable Energy Deployment Based on Regional Energy Flow Analysis."

Best Poster Award
Hiroki Oka, 2nd year doctoral student, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University
Ideal and Novel Production Method of Hydrogen Peroxide by Organic Polymers / Ideal Water Splitting: New Functions of Conductive Polymers

〔〔see.List of Sessions〕〕.

<Opening Session>Hydrogen Energy in 2030
Next-generation mobility and transportation will change the way we live in the city.
Transport and Storage Technologies Make Hydrogen Energy More Accessible
Community Design Based on Energy Distribution
The next step from Tomiya to the rest of Japan begins here.


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