Sense of Globe Conference 2016

Live Sounds of Natural Places around the world

presenters

These presenters are scheduled to speak, demonstrate or play
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Dr. Kaoru Saito

Professor,
University of Tokyo
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Dr. René van del Val

Professor,
University of Aberdeen
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Grant Smith

Artist,
SoundCamp Artist Collective
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Dr. Ayako Toko

Assoc. Professor,
Toyo University
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Dr. Naomi Shimpo

Asst. Professor,
Tsukuba University
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Dr. Hill Hiroki Kobayashi

Asst. Professor,
University of Tokyo
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Dr. Kazuhiko Nakamura

Researcher,
University of Tokyo
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Dr. Katsufumi Sato

Professor,
University of Tokyo
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Takashi Hiraoka

Specialist, Div. of Nat. History
Yamashina Institute for Ornithology
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Dr. Akio Fujiwara

Asst. Professor,
University of Tokyo
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Dr. Reiko Kurosawa

Researcher,
Japan Bird Research Association
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Haruo Okada

Sound Designer,
Pioneer Sound Lab.
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Ayumi Ohnishi

PhD Student,
Kobe University
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Dr. Shunsuke Fujieda

Asst. Professor,
University of Tokyo
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Daisuke Shimotoku

Graduate Student,
University of Tokyo
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Dr. Ken Ishida

Assoc. Professor,
Univ. of Tokyo
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Dr. Kota Minamizawa

Assoc. Professor,
Keio University
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Hiroki Yaginuma

Design Product Designer,
JVC KENWOOD Design Corp.
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Dr. Masashi Nakatani

Haptic scientist,
University of Tokyo
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Keizan Tanabe

Bamboo flute (Shakuhachi) Player,
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Dr. Tetsuya Sakuma

Assoc. Professor,
University of Tokyo
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Keita Otsuka

PhD Student,
University of Tokyo
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Hiroyasu Hama

Sushi Chef.
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Dr. Yasuko Fukuda

PhD in music, Koto Lecturer,
Univ. of the Arts Tokyo

program

Print friendly edition of the program can be downloaded from here.

Day 1: 3 June


08:50 Registration desk opens
tea/coffee

Openning Celemony

09:25 Welcome and framing of the conference
Ayako Toko — Toyo Univ.
Agenda: "Sense of Globe"; view point from Cyberforest
Kaoru Saito — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan

Session 1: Digital innovation in Nature Conservation
Session chair: Naomi Shimpo / Venue: FS-hall

09:50 Keynote: Digital technology and the conservation of nature
René van der Val — Univ. of Aberdeen, UK
break with tea/coffee
Trends of network technologies from the viewpoint of nature observation
Shunsuke Fujieda — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
Citizen Science: Communities with ICT count!
Ayako Toko — Toyo Univ, Japan
Long-term monitoring of birds using the CyberForest system
Reiko Kurosawa — Japan Bird Research Association, Japan
Bio-logging reveals the secret lives of marine top predators
Katsufumi Sato — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan

Lunch (on your own)

pin up students research posters, tea/coffee break


Session 2: Live sound of worldwide natural places
Session chair: Ayako Toko / Venue: FS-hall

13:30 Keynote: Reveil: a 24 hour radio broadcast of the sounds of daybreak
Grant Smith — Sound Camp, UK
Acoustic Data for Animal Monitoring, or Sense of Air Waves for Nature and Us
Ken Ishida — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
Human-Computer-Biosphere Interaction: feeling of belonging to nature
Hill Hiroki Kobayashi — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
TECHTILE meets CyberForest: How can we touch the "Sense of Globe"
Kouta Minamizawa — Keio University, Japan

tea/coffee break at the entrance of the FS-hall

Session 3: Technical & Demonstration session
Session chair: Hill Hiroki Kobayashi / Venue: FS-hall & Lobby

15:50 Technical maintenance of Cyberforest (temporary title)
Akio Fujiwara — Univ of Tokyo, Japan

Lightning talks about demonstrations:

Forest Notes (temporary title)
Hiroki Yaginuma — JVC KENWOOD, Japan

Mori-Touch and related materials
Daisuke Shimotoku — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan

Moridemado @ Cyberforest
Kaoru saito — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan

Mori Komachi
Ayumi Ohnishi — Kobe Univ., Japan

Left of the time is open to all paticipants. Talks will be welcome on the day.

Demonstrations
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Ice breaker (Light drinking & discussion)
17:00 — 18:10 / Lounge

Day 2: 4 June


08:50 Registration desk opens
tea/coffee

Session 4: Phenology in science, education and art
Session chair: Kazuyo Nagahama / Venue: FS-hall

09:30 Keynote: Consideration to the globe through observing seasonal change  in real, cyber and musical forests
Kazuhiko Nakamura — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
Monitoring the impact of climate change using digital cameras
Toshie Mizunuma— National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
Conception of environmental learning of students who received school education including phenology observations
Keita Otsuka — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
Encounters with nature and sounds during my art installation
Yuki Miyosh — Artist, Product designer & Engineer

11:00 ‐ 12:20 Poster session core time
12:20 Conference Lunch (incl. conference fee)

tea/coffee break


Session 5: Toward a "Sense of Globe"
Session chair: Naomi Shimpo / Venue: FS-hall

13:30 TED Global talk video screening: The voice of the natural world by Bernie Krause
Talk about “The Great Animal Orchestra by Bernie Krause”
To be determined
Sound propagation and auditory spatial impressions in nature
Tetsuya Sakuma — Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
Sensual sounds as emotional media
Masashi Nakatani — Hokkaido Univ., Japan
View point from Ornithoogy
Takashi Hiraoka — Yamashina Institute for Ornithology, Japan
Closing talk of "Sense of Globe 2016"
René van der Val — Univ of Aberdeen, UK

Session 6: Experimental Music Concert
Session chair: Naomi Shimpo / Venue: FS-hall

15:30 Sounds selected from cyberforest archives
Kaoru Saito — Univ of Tokyo, Japan
Music of Japanese traditional instruments
Yasuko Fukuda
Keizan Tanabe
Birds on the keyboard
Tetsuya Sakuma plays piano
Methods in Japanse traditional music to evoke connections with nature
Yasuko Fukuda plays Koto and Sangen
Keizan Tanabe plays Shakuhachi
Methods in Japanse traditional music to evoke connections with nature
Haruo Okada coraborates with his recordings
Yasuko Fukuda plays Koto and Sangen
Keizan Tanabe plays Shakuhachi

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Farewell Party
17:10 — 18:40

Conference Dinner w/ Sushi chef Hiroyasu Hama


Ice-breaker fee, 2nd-day lunch, farewell party fee, and all of tea/coffee charges are included in the conferece fee.




This conference is
organaized by


supported by


collaborated with

Environmental Landscape Lab
Dep. of Natural Enviromenental Studies, Grad. School of Frontier Sciences
University of Tokyo
Japan
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