The 8th East Asia Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Symposium, December 3-6, 2019. Sakata Hirata Hall, Nagoya University, Japan


About EA-AMS 8


Scientific Committee

  • BURR, George
  • FINK, David
  • HONG, Wan
  • HUA, Quan
  • IMAMURA, Mineo
  • JIANG, Shan
  • JULL, A.J. Timothy
  • KIM, Joon-Kon
  • LI, Hong-Chun
  • MATSUZAKI, Hiroyuki
  • HE, Ming
  • PARK, Junghun
  • SASA, Kimikazu
  • SHEN, Hongtao
  • XU, Xiaomei
  • ZHOU, Weijian

Local Organizing Committee

  • NAKAMURA, Toshio(Chair)
  • KITAGAWA, Hiroyuki
  • MINAMI, Masayo
  • MIYAKE, Fusa
  • YAMANE, Masako
  • KOKUBU, Yoko
  • FUJITA, Natsuko
  • WATANABE, Takahiro
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Welcome to Nagoya

The venue city, Nagoya, is one of the biggest cities located in central Japan. Nagoya has developed as the castle town of the Owari-Tokugawa family during the Edo period (AD1603−1867) and even today preserves historical heritages embodying early-modern Samurai culture, such as Nagoya Castle (built by the former of Tokugawa Shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1612) and the Tokugawa Art Museum. Based on traditional industries such as ceramics and textiles as well as modern industries like automobiles, aviation and machine tools, Nagoya plays an important role in Japan's industrial society.
Nagoya is also famous for the local cuisine “Nagoya meshi”, which is characterized by a unique taste of subtle sweetness and spices in salty-sweet harmony. It is advisable to try some of “Nagoya meshi” at the birthplace. You should enjoy unique flavors, found neither in Tokyo, Kyoto nor Osaka. If you go to a little farther place from Nagoya, you can visit exciting tourist spots, for example, Takayama (a beautifully preserved old town in Hida moutainous region) and Ise Jingu (one of the holiest among all other sacred Shinto shrines).

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Important dates

Deadline for early regsitration
September 30, 2019
Deadline for abstract submission
October 31, 2019

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New facility and status report
Chairs: SHEN, Hongtao & KIM, Joon-Kon & KOKUBU, Yoko & YOKOYAMA, Yusuke
AMS development
Chairs: HONG, Wan & NAKAMURA. Toshio & He, Ming
Technical development
Chairs: FINK, David & PARK, Junghun & FUJITA, Natsuko & YAMANE, Masako
Carbon-14 age calibration and archaeological application
Chairs: JULL, A.J. Timothy & HUA, Quan & SAKAMOTO, Minoru & YONEDA, Minoru
Heavy nuclides
Chairs: JIANG, Shan & SASA, Kimikazu & TOKANAI, Fuyuki
General AMS application
Chairs: BURR, George & XU, Xiaomei & MINAMI, Masayo & WATANABE, Takahiro
Space and earth environmental science
Chairs: ZHOU, Weijian & LI, Hong-Chun & MATSUZAKI, Hiroyuki & MIYAKE, Fusa & KITAGAWA, Hiroyuki

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Registration Fee

The full package of regular and student registrations include conference presentation and abstract, and tickets of lunches, coffee breaks, ice breaker, mid-conference one-day trip, and gala dinner.

Early Registration (by September 30, 2019):Regular JPY 35,000; Student JPY 15,000

Late Registration:Regular JPY 40,000; Student JPY 20,000

Only gala dinner for accompanied person JPY 10,000

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