GCOE Symposium
Development of emergent new fields


Feb.12-14, 2013
Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall International Conference Hall


This is an annual symposium of the Kyoto University global COE Program, "The next-generation physics spun from universality and emergence". The purpose of the symposium is to encourage collaboration among different research areas under the two keywords, universality and emergence. The main theme of this year is "Development of emergent new fields". In addition to regular sessions by the research groups, there will be a special session for research reports by GCOE post-doctoral fellows. We will also discuss measures to be taken for post-GCOE activities.

Invited Speaker

Social gathering

  • Faculty: 3000 Yen
  • Student: 1500 Yen
Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall International Conference Hall
January 31st, 2013


Those who wish to give a poster presentation have to register through the [registration page] by January 18th. The presentation file in the PDF format should also be uploaded through [upload] upload by noon on February 12nd for the convenience of the selection of the poster award. The poster presentation is also regarded as a report of the TRA activity, and those who are GCOE TRA are supposed to give a poster presentation.

Please put up the poster by the poster session in the afternoon on February 12nd. The poster should be on the board until the end of the symposium. The size of the poster board is 90cm times 210cm, but the organizers recommend you not to use the very lower part of the board for readability.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to make a contact with gcoesymp_at_yukawa.kyoto-u.ac.jp (_at_ has to be replaced with @).

GCOE Poster Award

We are planning to award prizes to several poster speakers. Those who are awarded will be anounced at the concluding session of the symposium. We would like to encourage all the poster speakers to make their bes presentations.

Planning Session "Summary and prospects of GCOE"

Feb.13th afternoon

Invited speaker

Hiroshi Matsuzaka (MEXT)

and others

Organizing Committee

Organizing Committee

Session Coordinator