The universe is no longer SF, right there
- Date and time
- October 12, 2017 (Thur)
- Doshin Hall
- 3 o'clock West, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0042 A
The universe is no longer SF, right there
At this conference, we will ask about projects that are currently undertaken by private venture companies that are developing business in the universe, in Japan and Hokkaido. In the latter panel discussion, we discuss the future of the space business with the future prediction of the speaker about the revolutionary technological innovation that is occurring and the universe.
|Date and time||Opening on Thursday, October 12, 2017 18:00 Opening 19: 00-21: 00
※ Opening hours changed to 18:00.
|place||Dogin Hall (Otani 3-chome Chuo-ku Sapporo City, Hokkaido)|
|Entry fee||Free (advance reservation required)|
|Sponsorship||No Maps Executive Committee, Hokkaido 21st Century Research Institute|
|Co-organized||Hokkaido Economic Federation|
|Support||National Research and Development Corporation Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan Development Investment Bank Ltd.|
One person Suzuki
One person SuzukiProfessor at Hokkaido University Public Policy Institute
He completed his doctoral program at Sussex University in the UK in 2000 (International Political Science). Since 2000 he has worked as a full-time lecturer at the University of Tsukuba, an associate professor and has been in current position since 2008. Visiting researcher at Princeton University in 2012, he worked as a member of the UN Security Council Iran sanctioning expert panel from 2013 to 2015. Member of the World Economic Forum Space Committee from 2008. A regular member of the International Space Academy from 2010. Member of the Space Policy Committee Security Committee from 2015. As a book "Space Development and International Politics" (Iwanami Shoten, 2011, Suntory Arts and Craft Prize), "Risks linked to technology, environment and energy".
Taika IwabuchiDirector of Research and Development Division, National Aerospace Exploration Agency of Japan
Director of Japan Cost Assessment Association, Nonprofit Corporation
After taking charge of industry-academia-government collaboration and international agreement at the National Aerospace Exploration Agency of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), shift to the Technology Management Division, develop standards for project management, promote gender equality, etc. Currently, he is in charge of advanced mission planning. He graduated to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in 2001 and newly created the Silicon Valley creation project in Japan.
Takashi InagawaPresident and CEO of Interstellar Technologies, Inc.
Born in 1987 (30 years old) Completed the Department of Mechanical and Physics Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology. Joined Interstellar Technologies, Inc. in April 2013. Current position since June 2014. At the same time as management, he also performs system design of rocket development, orbit calculation, control system design, avionics development as a technician.
Yuji NakamuraAxel Space Representative Director
Born in Mie Prefecture in 1979. After graduating from the University of Tokyo graduate school in 2007, he was engaged in practical application research on micro satellites as a collaborative researcher at the University of Tokyo from the same year. In 2008, established Axel Space Co., Ltd., assumed office as Representative Director. In collaboration with Weathernews Co., Ltd. in 2013, following the launch of the world's first private small commercial satellite WNISAT-1, in the following year we collaborated with the University of Tokyo to launch the ultra-small satellite business demonstration satellite "Unknown No. 1" Accumulate achievement. From 2015 Cabinet Office Space Policy Committee Member of the Space Industry and Science Technology Base Committee.
Takahiro NakamuraTeam HAKUTO / Ispace Corporation Director COO
After completing planetary science at the University of Tokyo graduate school of science, joined Accenture with a new graduate. After working for about 6 years, I changed to a recruitment new business development office. He experienced the launch of multiple new businesses in the area of residence and started his current position in 2015. Participated in team HAKUTO from 2011 in the early stages of launch, mainly in charge of business development and organization design.
Kamike YasushiALE Chief Engineer, Inc.
Completed the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Waseda University Graduate School of Science and Engineering. In the same year he joined Cannon. He is a project leader in plasma processing, ion beam processing, electron beam reforming, 3D printer development. Joined Alex in 2016. We are in charge of general development such as research and development of meteor sources to make shooting star brighter, design of artificial satellite, design of system safety etc, such as calculation of orbit of artificial shooting star and calculation of luminescence intensity. My hobbies are backpackers and rock climbing.