ナノテスティングシンポジウム

Annual Nano Testing Symposium

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Symposium Dates

Technical Session
11-13 November 2015.
Special Invited Talk
12 November 2015.
Exhibition
12-13 November 2015.
Evening Session
12 November 2015.

fileTime table (PDF)

Detailed information is shown in Technical Program?. See also Key Dates?.

 

Location

Senri Life Science Center

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Life Hall
the 5th floor, The technical sessions and the commercial session
Senri Room
the 6th floor, Exhibition
Floor Map
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Senri Life Science Center 5F
 
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Senri Life Science Center 6F

Senri-Hankyu Hotel

 

Transportation

From Kansai International Airport (KIX)

Airport bus + Osaka Monorail (recommended)
Yen 2,220 (1,900 + 320), 100 minutes
  1. Take an airport bus bound for Osaka Airport/Hotarugaike Sta. at platform No. 8. See airport bus time table.
  2. Change at Osaka Airport into Osaka Monorail bound for Kadoma-shi (You can also change at Hotarugaike Sta.)
  3. Get off at Senri-Chuo Sta. (Station No. 15. The 4th station from Osaka Airport Sta.)
Airport bus + TAXI (comfortable)
about Yen 4,400 (1,900 + 2,500), 100 minutes
  1. Take an airport bus bound for Osaka Airport/Hotarugaike Sta. at platform No. 8. See airport bus time table.
  2. Change at Osaka Airport into a TAXI (You can also change at Hotarugaike Sta.)
Railway (cheap)
Yen 1,280, 100 minutes. (We do not recommend this way if you are not familiar with traveling in Japan and Kansai area, because these lines and Nanba terminal are very crouwded especially during the rush-hour)
  1. Take Nankai line bound for Nanba sta.
  2. Change at Nanba terminal into Midosuji line bound for Senri-chuo sta.
  3. Get off at Senri-chuo terminal.
Transportation in Kansai Area

From Osaka International Airport (OSK)

TAXI
about Yen 2,500, 15 minutes
Osaka Monorail
Yen 320, 15 minutes
  1. Take Osaka Monorail bound for Kadoma-shi
  2. Get off at Senri-Chuo Sta.

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Official Languages

The official languages of the symposium are Japanese and English. Papers included in the proceeding will be written in Japanese or English. Papers in Japanese will have an abstract written in English. We will have no interpreter.