French Research Day in Japan 2019 (J·FR 2019)*
Sciencescope, the organization for french-speaking researchers and student in Japan, the French Embassy in Japan, CNRS – Tokyo Office North Asia, and the Institut français de Recherche sur le Japon (MFJ, UMIFRE 19, MEAE-CNRS) are organizing the 23rd French Research Day in Japan (Journée Francophone de la Recherche – J·FR 2019).
J·FR 2019 is part of the celebration in Japan of the 80th anniversary of CNRS.
J·FR 2019 is open and free to access to everyone (free-of charge) and the program will be built on several research presentation, posters, and invited keynotes for celebrating the 80th anniversary of CNRS.
Since 1997, the French Research Day is gathering yearly the community of researchers and students in Japan from all disciplines and citizenships. This event intends to promote research discussions among researchers, students, engineers, officials, company representatives or any interested person and to present their research activities in Japan.
You are kindly invited to submit your research work or to register as an attendee to participate to J·FR 2019.
The registration is free and open to all, but it is mandatory and can be made online through the J·FR 2019 form at the end of this page until:
- Monday, September 09th 2019 (contributions)
- Tuesday, October 1st 2019 (attendees)
- August 01th 2019: the english version of the web site is now fully available
- July 26th 2019: the 1st Call for communication has been distributed
- July 20th 2019: the J·FR 2019 Web site is online.
The main objectives of J·FR 2019 are to create a social event about Research in any fields (Sciences, Applied Sciences, SHS, etc) and Technologies, and to enforce discussions among the audience.
This is an opportunity for all actors in research and development in Japan (companies, researchers, students, institutional, etc.), to meet community of French-speaking scientist in order to initiate discussions, future projects or collaborations.
Call for communications
J·FR 2019 offers three main kinds of contributions:
- presentation ( 20min including questions);
- poster (A0 size, portrait);
- flash-talk (short presentation – 5min)
When submitting a contribution, it is possible to choose a type of contributions (presentation, poster or flash-talk). The Organizing Committee will therefore select the contributions to be presented as presentations or posters according to research topics. J·FR 2019 could also propose flash talks for some presentation proposals, depending on topics and progress of work (preliminary research work, etc.). An initial choice could therefore be changed from a presentation to a poster or flash-talk, but not the opposite.
For flash-talks, the authors *may* also add a poster to their presentation for more information (upon own preferences).
Long format (optional)
Since 2018, we also offer contributors to publish an extended version of their presentation on a dedicated webpage of Sciencescope website (20,000 characters maximum including references).
The main language at J·FR 2019 for presentations and discussions is French.
Research Material such as presentation slides or printed posters can however be written in French or in English.
For non-native speakers or non-fluent in French that are interested by presenting at J·FR 2019, it is still possible to present your research work in English upon requests to the Organizing Committee and its approval. Indeed, the rationale is that J·FR 2019 is also aiming to welcome french-speaking Researchers whatever their level in French, or Researchers that have some background with French Research (e.g., those having collaborations with French Institutions -past/present/future-, or having received (or are interested by) Grants or Scholarships from France (BGF, ANR, etc.)
The Organizing Committee is encouraging Researchers, whose level in French is sufficient enough, to prefer French language for submitting documents (Research Summary, Biography) and for their talk.
In order to present your research worj at J·FR 2019 (presentation, flash-talk, poster), each contributor should submit two documents through the dropbox links available on this page: 1- a research summary; 2- a biography up-to-date.
Optional: a complementary published or accepted paper related to the research summary can also be added for the Organizing Committee.
- Research Summary
from 350 words (min.) to 1 (One) page A4 (max.), in French or in English, by using the summary template available on this page.
The research summary can have any content material: figures, tables, references and also a reference to your own published paper (books, journal, conference proceedings, etc.)
from 200 words (min.) to 1 (One) page A4 (maximum), in French or in English, by using the biography template available on this page.
Optional: you may choose to include a picture in your biography (max. 600 Ko).
you may join a publish or accepted paper relate to your research summary for the Organizing Committee.
- Documents can be submitted into Word format (*.doc) or Pdf format (*.pdf)
- For each of the two documents, would you mind rename your files explicitly (e.g., Bio_jfr2019_surname-name.doc)
Shall you propose a contribution (presentation, poster, flash-talk),
you can submit your contributions through the following Dropbox Links.
For each of the two documents (and one optional), a webpage will open and ask you to browse for your files on your computer. You will also have to fill your names and email address for each submitted files.
Then you can submit the registration form.
- J·FR 2019 – Research Summary
- J·FR 2019 – Biography
- (JFR 2019 – Optional Document)
N.B.: Would you mind rename your files with explicit names, e.g., Bio-jfr2019-name.doc.
J·FR 2019 Registration Form
J·FR 2019 will take place at Maison franco-japonaise (Ebisu, Tokyo).
Maison Franco-Japonaise is located next to Ebisu Station (5min): JR Yamanote Line, JR Shonan-Shinjuku Line, JR Saikyo Line and Tokyo Subway Hibiya Line.
Feel free to contact us should you need any information: