国際スピーチコンテスト 2016年District Champion (District 76)、2021年District Champion (District 29)
Co-chair of the Board of Directors, Japanese Association for the Advancement of Science
Professor Emeritus, Tohoku University
Former Executive Member, Council for Science, Technology and Innovation (CSTI), Cabinet Office, Japan
Academic Engagement Director, Academic Affairs
Japan Science and Technology Agency
Manager, Media Group, Dept. for promotion of Science in Society
International Speech Contest District Champion for 2016 (District 76) and 2021 (District 29)
The HIRAKU 3MT Competition is an exciting opportunity for doctorate students to effectively explain their research within a limited time-span of three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.
The Competition aims to develop the doctorates’ presentation and research communication skills, while leading to broader society (as the audience) further enhancing their positive understanding of doctorate resources and researches.
For the first time in three years, this year’s Competition will be conducted on-site (and also be simultaneously live streamed).
Members of the audience who pre-register for the event will have the opportunity to vote and decide the recipient of the People’s Choice Award for the both of the divisions. We are looking forward to your participation.
Please check the Competition Booklet here
November 23, 2022 (Wed, Japanese National Holiday) / 13:00～17:00
Hiroshima University Satake Memorial Hall (Higashi-Hiroshima campus )
1-2-2 Kagamiyama Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima 739-0046
Open to the public. All are welcome!
Opening Remarks: OCHI Mitsuo, President, Hiroshima University
Guest Speech: Alastair McEWAN, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, The University of Queensland, Australia
|13:05||The Three-Minute Presentations (Japanese Division)|
|14:00||Panel Talk (Japanese Division)
Moderator: HONDA Takayuki, Freelance Science Communicator
|15:00||The Three-Minute Presentations (English Division)|
|15:55||Panel Talk (English Division)
Moderator: David Hajime KORNHAUSER, Director, Office of Global Communications, Kyoto University
Closing Remarks: MIYATANI Makoto, Executive Vice President, Hiroshima University
Please register using the form below.
Deadline: November 21, 2022 (Monday)
Audience Pre-registration Form
※ Pre-registration is required if you wish to vote
※ Pre-registration is required if you wish to watch the live stream
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition was developed by the University of Queensland (UQ).
Nowadays, the 3MT Competition is held at over 900 universities across more than 85 countries worldwide.
To find out more about the 3MT Competition, please refer to UQ’s official website.
HIRAKU 3MT Competition 2022 Operating Office
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This Competition is held with the comprehensive support of Springer Nature and the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), especially in regard to promotional activities.
This support is a result of them being in agreement with the purpose of the Competition, which is to develop the doctorates’ presentation and research communication skills, while leading to broader society (as the audience) further enhancing their understanding of doctorate resources and researches.
This Competition is held as a collaborative event with “Science Agora 2022”, which is hosted by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).
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