Tohoku University is hosting its annual Homecoming Day on September 28 and 29.
As part of the weekend festivities and the build up to the Tokyo Olympics, Olympic themed special lectures are taking place.
Although the Olympics is primarily known as sporting event, the special lectures will focus on some of the other intriguing aspects that come with hosting the Olympic Games.
The event hopes to present a different angle to the Olympics via discussing architecture and medical science.
As such, the event will feature lectures from Tohoku Professors along with a discussion with a special guest.
Register for the event here.
Professor at Tohoku University Graduate School of Engineering
What was the problem with the construction of new Olympic Stadium:
A discussion about the Olympics and the history of architecture?
Professor at the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering
Medical Science and How it Supports the Olympics and Paralympics
Former professional baseball player of the Hanshin Tigers and Rakuten Eagles. He was also a member of the Japanese Baseball team at the 2000 Sydney Olympics
Date: Saturday, September 28, 2019
Time: Lectures 2:50 - 4:00pm, Discussion with Special Guest: 4 - 4:30pm
Registration deadline: September 9, 2017 at 5pm
Location: Tohoku University Centennial Hall (Kawauchi Hagi Hall)
This event is free.
This event will be conducted in Japanese.
Contact:Tohoku University International PR Section