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07/11/13

‘Inter-Academia2013’ is scheduled for Sep.23-27 at Sofia University, Bulgaria

Under the leadership of Shizuoka University and according to the slogan: “Development of Global Brain network,” an Inter-Academia conference has been held every September since 2002. It is an established international conference that promotes the academic and social interactions of researchers from academia and industry. Conference activities include the presentation of research papers by students and faculty members, a visit to the facilities of the organizing university, exhibits by cooperating companies, discussions aimed at improving educational and research programs and even social excursions.

This year, the conference is going to be held by Sofia University, Bulgaria in September.
This year’s inter-Academia meeting coincides with a celebration of 125 years of Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” foundation.

Shizuoka University is looking forward to the active participation of students, academics and researchers in the conference. There will be a group of participants from the university and other research institutions, traveling from Japan to attend the conference.

Date: 23rd - 27th September, 2013
Venue: Sofia Univerity “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria

Inter-Academia 2013 official website:
http://ia2013.deo.uni-sofia.bg/

Contacts at Shizuoka University :
Kenji Murakami (Research Institute of Electronics)
TEL: +81-53-478-1329
Email: k-murakami @  (please add "rie.shizuoka.ac.jp" after @ )

Yuko Ryan (International Centre)
TEL: +81-53-478-1672
Email: kyryan @  (please add " ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp" after @)


Shizuno Kobayashi (International Centre)
TEL: +81-54-238-4457
Email: oskobay@ (please add " ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp" after @)

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