IFES-GCOE Global COE Program "Establishment of Center for Integrated Field Environmental Science"
Graduate School of Environmental Science & Division of Environmental Resources, Graduate School of Agriculture
|2013-01-18||Announcement of ISAR (International Symposium on the Arctic Research) -3 Satellite Student forum|
|2012-12-26||Announcement of GCOE-RA Research Results Presentation Announcement of the winners|
|2012-12-19||Announcement of GCOE-RA presentation|
|2012-11-16||Announcement for GCOE Laboratory Short Course on Environmental Materials Science 2012 (Dedline:November 22)|
|2012-10-25||Announcement for Report "Sustainable Samani: A vision for the tuture?"|
|2012-10-09||2012 GCOE Laboratory Short Course on Environmental Biology (Dedline:November 13)|
|2012-10-04||Announcement for FY2012 Career-up Program in Global COE Program: Recruitment in October 2012 (Deadline: October 21st)|
|2012-10-04||Live broadcast on the internet: International symposium 'Changing Mountain Environment in Asia'|
|2012-09-20||Community organizing for prosperous future - Environmental issues, rural development, post-disaster reconstruction in South East Asia|
|2012-03-16||1st-7th issue of "Japan Mongolia Environmental Sonin (Newspaper)" has been published.|
|2012-03-16||7th issue of "Japan Mongolia Environmental Sonin (Newspaper)" has been published.|
The main objective of our Global COE (Center of Excellence) program is to establish "Integrated field environmental science (IFES)" which is an interdisciplinary science field contributing Earth System Science (EES). One of the important purposes of our COE activities is to foster researchers, who would be able to pioneer one's multiple career passes not only in the academic field but also public fields for the environmental policy, educational institutes, and general business corporations, for contributing to Earth System Science. This program is funded by Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).
Global COE Program "Establishment of Center for Integrated Field Environmental Science" at Hokkaido University
Observation in Siberia, Russia