FY2021 Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology EDGE-NEXT Common Fundamental Project Entrepreneurship program for Resilient Society Future Resilience through Review of the Reconstruction Process August 26th [Thu] - September 25th [Sat], 2021

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Dear applicants,

This is Kotaro Takeda, a staff of EDGE-NEXT at Tohoku University.
Today we found there was no space to fill your email address in the application form.Could you please send an email to the follwing address ASAP?

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Kotaro Takeda

Entry

OVERVIEW

EReS online & F2F hybrid Program which provides an opportunity to learn knowledge, skill, mind or attitude as a social entrepreneur for future resilient societies. The contents include unique workshops, video lectures of cases, VR-field works at Japanese sites and a business idea presentation, which are provided in English. Why don't you join this intensive program?

ENTRY
GUIDELINES

Application deadline

August 4th, 2021

Decision of participants & notification

August 6th Monday, 2021

Orientation

August 26th Thursday, 2021, 14:00-17:00 JST

Program length

August 26th Thursday - September 25th Saturday, 2021

Final presentation

September 25th Saturday, 2021

Capacity

About 25

Selection

By a short essay in the entry form

Fee

Free for student,
200,000JPY for working adult, 100,000JPY for auditor

Entry

PROGRAM

  • ORIENTATION
  • Real Time

Guidance and an Introductory Lecture

August 26th Thursday 14:00-17:00 JST

Kotaro Takeda (Lecturer, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)
Hiroki Tsuruta (Associate Professor, V.School, Kobe University)

Content

A guidance and an introductory lecture in which participants learn the core concept of the program.

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Estimate Drastic Changes due to Disasters and Identify Vulnerabilities of Social Systems

  • LECTURE 1
  • Real Time

Workshop on Systems Thinking 1

August 30th Monday 14:00-17:30 JST

Keiko Gion (Associate Professor, V.School, Kobe University)

Content

The first workshops to understand Systems thinking and useful frameworks with a case study on “Resili-town”, an imaginary community in Japan.

  • LECTURE 2
  • Real Time

Workshop on Systems Thinking 2

September 4th Saturday 14:00-17:30 JST

Keiko Gion (Associate Professor, V.School, Kobe University)

Content

The second workshops to understand Systems thinking and useful frameworks with a case study on “Resili-town”, an imaginary community in Japan.

  • LECTURE 3
  • Real Time

Disaster and Social Issue: Presentation and Discussion

September 8th Wednesday 14:00-17:30 JST

Hiroki Tsuruta (Associate Professor, V.School, Kobe University)

Content

Group discussion to share your thoughts about disaster and social Issue with the PLETEC framework.

  • Lecture material 1
  • On demand

Introduction to Systems Thinking

Keiko Gion (Associate Professor, V.School, Kobe University)

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  • Lecture material 2
  • On demand

VR field work at Tokushima City

Junko Kanai (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokushima University)
Kazuyoshi Kitaoka (Associate Professor, Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Tokushima University)

Content

VR field work at Tokushima City where tries to prepare the next huge earthquake and tsunami.

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  • Lecture material 3
  • On demand

VR Field Work at Okawa Elementary School Site, Miyagi Prefecture

Yuto Naganuma (Storytellers group of Okawa area, Japan)

Content

Yuto Naganuma, a storyteller and one of survivors at suffered Okawa area, will invite you VR field work at Okawa Elementary School site and talk what happened on 3.11 there.

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  • Lecture material 4
  • On demand

Vulnerabilities of Social Systems

Hiroki Tsuruta (Associate Professor, V.School, Kobe University)

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  • Lecture Materials 5
  • On demand

Disaster Mitigation Based on Study of Historical Heritage Assets

Masakazu Matsushita (Associate Professor, Office of Promoting Regional Partnerships, Kobe University)

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  • Lecture material 6
  • On demand

Computational Simulation of Natural Disasters (TBC)

Satoru Oishi (Professor, Major in Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University)

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  • Lecture material 7
  • On demand

Increased Hazards due to Simultaneous Occurrence of Pandemics and Disasters

Goh Ohji (Associate Professor, Infectious Disease Department, Kobe University Hospital)

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  • Lecture material 8
  • On demand

Psychological Aspects of Disasters

Seiichi Saitoh (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Human Development and Environment, Kobe University)

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Self-help / Mutual Aid / Public Support

  • LECTURE 4
  • Real Time

Workshop on Self-help, Mutual Aid and Public Support

September 10th Friday 14:00-17:30 JST (TBD)

Takayuki Tomobuchi (Assistant Professor, School of Project Design, Miyagi University)
Yu Ishida (Professor, School of Project Design, Miyagi University)

Content

Workshop to understand self-help, mutual aid, and public support with Japanese cases.

  • LECTURE 5
  • Real Time

VR-Field Work and Discussion: Ogatsu and Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture

September 11th Saturday 14:00-17:30 JST (TBD)

Akinari Abe (Citizen group for reconstruction at Ogatsu, Miyagi prefecture, Japan)
Yoshi-hide Abe (Vice-president, Onagawa Town Society Commerce and Industry; CEO, Onagawa Future Planner LLC; CEO, Onagawa Future Creation Co., Ltd.)

Content

Lecturers, survivors at suffered Ogatsu area,
invite you VR field work at Ogatsu area and talk what happened in its recovery/reconstruction process.

  • Lecture material 9
  • On demand

Creating Resilience Based on Public-Private Cooperation at Local Community
- Case Study of Onagawa -

Takahiro Aoyama (Head of Public and Private Cooperation Office, General Affair, Onagawa Town)
Hideki Doi (Public and Private Cooperation Office, the General Affair, Onagawa Town)

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  • Lecture material 10
  • On demand

Vulnerabilities of Society and Adaptive Systems - Case study of BCP

Yasufumi Yuasa (Research Center for Management of Disaster and Environment, Tokushima University)

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  • Lecture material 11
  • On demand

The Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery - Example of Public Housing Reconstruction

Masashige Motoe (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)

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  • Lecture material 12
  • On demand

Stakeholders and Resources: Cases through Use of Subsidiarity Framework

Takayuki Tomobuchi (Assistant Professor, School of Project Design, Miyagi University)

Yu Ishida (Professor, School of Project Design, Miyagi University)

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Social and Economic Value

  • LECTURE 6
  • Real Time

Workshop on Business Modeling: Achieving Both Social and Economic Value

September 12th Sunday 14:00-17:30 JST

Jun Mikami (Academic Researcher, Commercial Science, Otaru University of Commerce)

Content

Workshop on planning a business model in which has both social and economic value.

  • Lecture material 13
  • On demand

Achieving a Balance between Social and Economic Values

Jun Mikami (Academic Researcher, Commercial Science, Otaru University of Commerce)

Content

Learning a framework of business model for providing both social and economic value.

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  • PRESENTATION
  • Real Time

MID-TERM PRESENTATION: Pitching Business Idea

September 17th Friday 10:00-16:00 JST

Content

Pitching your idea in a group and getting feedback.

  • PRESENTATION
  • Real Time

FINAL PRESENTATION: Pitching Business Idea

September 25th Saturday 10:00-16:00 JST

Content

Pitching your idea and getting feedback from commentators.

CONTACT

Management office, EARTH on EDGE Consortium,
Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan

Mail: CONTACT

Phone: +81-22-795-5658

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