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ILTS International Symposium on Low Temperature Science

Date 25 November 13:00 - 17:50, 2021
Venue Auditorium at Institute of Low Temperature science, Hokkaido University
Organizer Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University
Contact ilts80 [at]
Style In person and virtual
Fee Free
Registration Use early registration form ( by 11th November, 2021, or late registration form ( by 25th November, 2021.

The Institute of Low Temperature Science (ILTS), Hokkaido University, will hold the ILTS International Symposium on Low Temperature Science, to commemorate the 80th anniversary of ILTS.The aim of this symposium is to discuss recent activities and future perspectiv es related to the main themes of ILTS, i.e., basic and applied research on scientific phenomena in cold regions and under low-temper ature conditions. We invited several expert scientists who give us lectures about the major, latest challenges and results in their current studies on Low Temperature Science. The symposium language is English.

We look forward to seeing you in November as we celebrate our 80th International Symposium.

[Keynote lecture]
Wilhelm Hagen (Professor, University of Bremen, Germany)

[Invited lecture]
Kelton W. McMahon (Assistant Professor, University of Rhode Island, USA) Angelika Humbert (Professor, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany) Eva-Mari Aro (Emeritus Professor, University of Turku, Finland) Vyacheslav Lobanov (Director, V.I. II'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, FEB RAS, Russia)

[ILTS lecture]
Shigeru Aoki (Associate Professor, Water and Material Cycles Division) Akira Kouchi (Professor, Frontier Ice and Snow Science Division) Yoshifumi Yamaguchi (Professor, Environmental Biology Division) Jun Nishioka (Associate Professor, Pan-Okhotsk Research Center)

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