Category: AAS-in-Asia 2020

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Contact Us

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Call for Proposals FAQs

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Presenter Guide & FAQ

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General FAQ & Key Dates

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Location & Venue

AAS-in-Asia 2020 will be held from August 31 – September 04, 2020 at The Kobe International Convention Center in Kobe, Japan. Located in the Kansai region, Kobe is a short distance from Osaka, Kyoto and Nara.

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Accommodation

Special Hotel Prices from Nippon Travel Nippon Travel Agency has a number of hotel rooms available at specially-discounted prices for conference attendees. Hotels offering special pricing include: – Kobe Portopia Hotel (1-minute walk from Port Liner “Shimin Hiroba” Station) – Ariston Hotel Kobe (5-minute walk from Port Liner “Shimin Hiroba” Station) – Hotel Pearl City

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Visas & Letters of Invitation

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Committees

Programme Committee Co-chair: Joseph Haldane (Osaka University), Chairman and CEO, IAFOR Co-chair: Christine R. Yano (University of Hawaii), AAS President Pavin Chachavalpongpun (Kyoto University) Jack W. Chen (University of Virginia) Purnima Dhavan (University of Washington) Richard Donovan (Kansai University) Jane Ferguson (Australia National University) Yoko Hayami (Kyoto University) Brendan Howe (Ewha Women’s University) Peng Er

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Keynote Speakers

Speakers at AAS in Asia 2020 will provide perspectives from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds.