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Mie University eCulture Workshop (with Common Area Sesson) 20 th APAN Meetings Room 5B1 11:00-17:30 23 January 2006 (Common Area Sesson: Room 5C2 9:00-10:30.

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1 Mie University eCulture Workshop (with Common Area Sesson) 20 th APAN Meetings Room 5B1 11:00-17:30 23 January 2006 (Common Area Sesson: Room 5C2 9:00-10:30 25 January) Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan

2 Mie University Introduction of eCulture in APAN Tokyo Akihabara Meeting Takaharu Kameoka Executive Vice-President Mie University

3 Extraction of Culture Related Concept and its Development Natural Resources Area Agriculture WG Earth System WG Earth Observation WG Creation of eCulture Complex of Humanities & Social Sciences and ICT ICT oriented Humanities & Social Sciences oriented Cairns, Australia, 5 th July, 2004 Toward eCulture WG in this APAN Tokyo Meeting

4 Mie University Situation of eCulture in APAN Tokyo Meeting? Local, TransNational, Transdisciplinary Since APAN Cairns Meeting in Australia (July 2-7, 2004) Reflection of Features based on Local Network eCulture or eSubculture generated on the Internet General contents on eCulture Important meetings for the discussion for WG Collaboration with Natural Resources BoF for eCulture WG Preparation of Short Cultural Tour

5 Mie University Session 1 Cultural topics arising from Internet-era - Chair: Faridah Noor Mohd Noor (University of Malaya, Malaysia) Research on Tangible Virtual Museum Speakers:Yong-Moo Kwon, Jinwook Kim, Heedong Ko IMRC (Korea Institute of Science & Technology, Seoul, Korea) A new image for otaku market Speaker: Ken Kitabayashi (Nomura Research Institute, Ltd., Japan) History of Akihabara: New human communications technique and city development. Speaker: Nemoto, Naoki (Net-One Systems Corp., Japan) Significance of "Puppeteer" in Shirow Masamune's The Ghost in the Shell: Nature of the "I" identity in the net society Speaker: Ryuta KOIKE Lecturer, Yonezawa (Women's Junior College of Yamagata Prefecture, Japan)

6 Mie University Session 2 Case studies from various eCultural aspects - Chair: Sanggyun Kim (ANF, Korea) 1.Current Status of Indian Classical Dance Virtual Prototype Project Speakers: Faridah Noor Mohd Noor, Selvanathan Narainasamy, Suhaimi Napis, Harun Jantrik and Azmir. (University of Malaya, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Multimedia Development Corporation, Malaysia) 2.On digital archives for sharing cultural resources Speaker: KUBO, Masatoshi Professor (Research Center for Cultural Resources, Japan) 3.e-GIS : GIS for Educational Cultulal Activity in Japan Speaker: Hanashima, Makoto (The Institute for Aerial Studies, Japan) 4.Progress on NECTEC's e-Museum activities: a field experience Speakers: Chularat Tanprasert, Rachabodin Suwannacunti, Piyawut Srichaikul (Computing Research and Development Division, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand)

7 Mie University BoF meeting Chairs: Piyawut Srichaikul and Yoshinori Sato (NECTEC: Thailand, Mie University: Japan) - To review e-Culture activity from Taipei meeting until Akihabara meeting - To discuss the role of e-culture in APAN - Planning For Research Collaboration - Presentation for the Discussion: Introduction of the mission, goals and objectives of APAN eCulture - Toward the eCulture working group of APAN Yoshinori Sato (Mie University, Japan)

8 Mie University -Common area session- Collaboration between Natural resource and eCulture (25th January 9:00-10:30) Chair: Takaharu Kameoka and Pisuth Paiboonrat Learning-how-to-Learn: case study of Information Technology for Knowledge Community Speaker: Pisuth Paiboonrat, HAII, Thailand) Quantifying agricultural and water management practices from RS data using GA based data assimilation tequniques. Speaker: HONDA Kiyoshi (RS&GIS, School of Engineering and Technology(SET) Asian Institute of Technology(AIT), Thailand) :00 Multi-modal collaboration for more comprehensive disaster support Speaker: Ichiro Nakagawa (Guest Professor and Clinical Psychologist at Mie University, Japan) 10:00-10:20 The first Field Server in Fiji, the southern Hemisphere Speaker: Takashi Mishima,Takaharu Kameoka, Atsushi Hashimoto, KennichiNakanishi, Ryoei Ito, Toyokazu Hirozumi, Hiroshi Ehara, (Mie University, Japan), Takuji Kiura, Tokihiro Fukatsu, Masayuki Hirafuji, (NARC, Japan), Marika Tuiwawa, Alivereti Nailatini,Terry Rupeni, (University of the South Pacific, Fiji), Chitoshi Mizota, (Iwate University, Japan), Hitoshi Naito, (Kurashiki), University of Science And The Arts, Japan) 10:00-10:20--Field Servers in China and Denmark Speaker: He Donxian et.al


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