28. - 30.09.2022 | The 60th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan
Hakodate Arena / Hakodate Citizen Hall (Hybrid)
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Meet Nanion Technologies K.K.
About Biophysical Society of Japan (greeting from the Chair of the Organizing Committee, Masataka Kinjo, Ph.D.)
The 60th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan (BSJ) will be held from September 28 to 30, 2022, at the Hakodate Arena and Hakodate Citizen Hall, Hakodate City, located in the south of Hokkaido.
Biophysics is involved a very wide range of researchers in biology, physics, chemistry, information, and even astronomy. For this reason, the annual meeting is the most important event for members to gather and discuss the latest research progress.
Based on the above, the 60th Annual Meeting of BSJ aims to be held on-site, that is, face-to-face. However, for those who cannot come to the Hakodate due to virus infection or other reasons, we are preparing to hold the meeting in a hybrid format so that you can present and participate online. In this annual meeting, we are planning to have poster presentations by members and symposia with oral presentations, as well as a Biophysics Seminar (BP seminar) and other events to promote interaction with companies that support our research.
We are considering to hold some form of a banquet, which is always well attended and much looked forward to. We are also looking for high school and technical college students to present their researches. We hope that they will be able to freely exchange their research with the general poster presentations by the conference members.
One of the features of the hybrid format, both the poster presentation and the symposium, is that we are also planning to offer on-demand participation via online. On the other hand, the preparation for the hybrid presentation will require a great deal of preparation and cooperation from the participants. We would be grateful for your understanding in this situation.
I am sincerely looking forward to seeing many of you at the Annual Meeting. We hope you will join us for the 60th Annual Meeting to enjoy the exchange of biophysics as you have done in the past.