24 November 2021: Online Lab Tour RIKEN Center for Quantum Computing

24 November 2021: Online Lab Tour RIKEN Center for Quantum Computing
Invitation for Netherlands Audience
Part of bilateral relation building for Quantum-Photonics-Nano

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PresentersAs follow-up of the Netherlands-Japan Launch Event on Quantum-Photonics-Nano that we organized last July 8, RIKEN kindly offers an Online Lab Tour on November 24 to the new RIKEN Center for Quantum Computing (RQC). The Tour enables Dutch professionals on quantum, photonics and nanotechnology to deepen the understanding of areas and research at RQC, its international agenda and interest in relations with the Netherlands. Speakers include Dr. Yasunobu Nakamura, Dr. Erika Kawakami, Dr. Seiji Yunoki and Dr. Seigo Tarucha, leading researchers of the institute.

The session will be opened by Prof. Ronald Hanson, chairman of the Executive Board (focus on Science and Technology) of Quantum Delta NL, who will shortly introduce the relevance of quantum (computing) and NL-JP collaboration in this field.

The event is part of a series of bilateral events, with the purpose to deepen mutual understanding of strengths and ambitions in The Netherlands and Japan in the fields of Quantum-Photonics-Nanotechnology. Both countries have ambitions to strengthen their relations in these fields. To address the crossovers, we invite professionals from these three areas to all the events. The series of events paves the way to a (hopefully) physical Innovation Mission in 2022.

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  • Title: Online Lab Tour RIKEN Center for Quantum Computing
  • Date/time: Wednesday 24 November 2021, 9:00-10:45NL / 17:00-18:45JP
  • Venue: Webinar (link follows registration)
  • Organizer: Netherlands Embassy in Tokyo in cooperation with RIKEN
  • Agenda: See below or see further details in this PDF Invitation.
  • Target audience: Netherlands professionals from government, industry and knowledge institutes, working in cutting-edge forefront of quantum, photonics and nano
  • Language: English
  • Registration: Click this link to register. A few days before the event, we will send you a link to join online. If you cannot enter the link, contact below contact persons.
  • Contact:
    In Japan: Rob Stroeks, Netherlands Embassy, rob[@]hollandinnovation.jp, +81-(0)90-8642-3560
    In the Netherlands: Tong Jiang, Netherlands Enterprise Agency RVO, tong.jiang[@]rvo.nl, +31-(0)6-1117-8711

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BIO JAPAN 2021

Netherlands Embassy in Tokyo is going to represent the Netherlands Life Science and Health sector on the #BioJapan#RegenerativeMedicineJapan & #healthTechJapan (13-15 October @Yokohama Pacifico) exhibition. We will have a physical booth right on the edge of Bio Japan and healthTech area’s this year.

For our colleagues in the Netherlands: this exhibition will give you opportunities to meet Japanese counterparts online through their excellent Partnering system. Read more: https://lnkd.in/giguyYyQ

If you are interested to join the partnering system, please contact mihoko@hollandinnovation.jp by 7 October. We are able to issue IDs for a small fee. Partnering key holders will get free access to the (archived) online seminars too.

For our colleagues in Japan: please come and visit us at our booth or the onsite presentation on 15 October 12:40-13:10. We are also available for (e-)meetings through the partnering system. Check for Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Japan#automotive #automotive

Netherlands participation on BioJapan, Regenerative Medicine Japan & healthTech Japan 2021: MIMETAS, TNOPharma, HolstCenter, Health~Holland and maybe more

Organization name Web link
Health~Holland

info@tfhc.nl

https://www.health-holland.com/
Holland Bio https://www.hollandbio.nl/ 
NFIA

Ms Reiko Kuroko
kuroko@nfia-japan.com

https://japan.investinholland.com/

各種ブローシャー

https://japan.investinholland.com/%e7%a7%81%e3%81%9f%e3%81%a1%e3%81%8c%e3%81%8a%e6%89%8b%e4%bc%9d%e3%81%84%e3%81%a7%e3%81%8d%e3%82%8b%e3%81%93%e3%81%a8/%e3%83%aa%e3%82%bd%e3%83%bc%e3%82%b9%ef%bc%86%e3%83%84%e3%83%bc%e3%83%ab/

■NL LSH Book: 革新的なバイオ医薬品環境2020

https://japan.investinholland.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/%E9%9D%A9%E6%96%B0%E7%9A%84%E3%81%AA%E3%83%90%E3%82%A4%E3%82%AA%E5%8C%BB%E8%96%AC%E5%93%81%E7%92%B0%E5%A2%83-2020.pdf

Mimetas

Mr Luc Zhang
l.zhang@mimetas.com

https://www.mimetas.com/en/home/?utm_source=direct-email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=email-signatures
TNOPharma

Mr Ariga
ariga@tno-pharma.com

http://www.tno-pharma.com/


#innovation #japan#LifeScience #Bio #Pharma #Health #Regenerative #HealthTech #digitalhealth

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Launch event July 8: Many options for Netherlands-Japan collaboration on Quantum-Photonics-Nanotech

Successfull interactive Webinar held on 8 July 2021
Please fill in Questionaire

Posted by Rob Stroeks

The rapid digital transition requires radical high-tech solutions to keep the global social systems running in terms of security, sustainability, economy, health and others. Important parts of these solutions lie in the area of quantum technology, photonics and nanotechnology. The Netherlands and Japan are forefront runners, both in terms of contents and in terms of industry-academia collaboration,

With the purpose to share the state of the art in both countries and to create opportunities to discuss collaboration, the Netherlands Embassy in Tokyo organized a Netherlands-Japan Launch Event on Thursday July 8. The agenda of this Webinar included renowned speakers from both governments, Netherlands leading organizations QuantumDelta, PhotonDelta/PITC, Dutch Optics Center and the PIB Nanotechnology Business Cluster, and Japanese leading organizations RIKEN, IOWN, Mitsubishi Electric and Keio University.

You can review the recorded Event here (the event starts after a few minutes music intro, from 5:50). During the event we conducted an interactive poll, you can check the results here.

Please press this questionnaire (*), in which you can give us some more feedbacks on the session and share your thoughts on how to move forward, so we can organize activities that are fruitful and close to what is needed.
(*) In case you cannot enter the link, please download this Feedback Form, fill it in and send it as attachment to rob [@] hollandinnovation.jp.

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Good result of Expert Meeting Smart Industry, 19 August

Posted by Rob Stroeks

One of the ideas raised during the bilateral Expert Meeting Webinar “Smart Industry for a Resilient Future” on the 19th of August, is to create a NL-JP bilateral Taskforce Smart Industry. By collaborating, both countries want to tackle the increasing challenges their industries face to maintain business models that are autonomous and sustainable and have secure supply chains. This is important to stay competitive and anticipate future needs within the different ongoing transitions like digitalization, geopolitical transitions, the energy transition and greying society. The two nations are home to advanced manufacturers in many fields, including electronics, vehicles and mechatronics.

We can look back to a successful discussion with some 60 professionals from both countries, where the participants and speakers found common ground in their wish to have a taskforce to kickstart actions, like expert dialogues and topical deep-dive sessions, that lead to a long term action plan and a roadmap for further collaboration. The focus is on implementation and share experiences in various aspects of Smart Industry.

The Expert Meeting, organized by the Netherlands Embassy in Tokyo, focused on (additive) manufacturing technologies and improved supply chains (incl digital twins), and featured three presentations:

  • Koji Yasui of Mitsubishi Electric Corp and Advisor to the Government SIP Program on Manufacturing Technologies, explained Japanese enabling technologies for digital infrastructure (like smart grids), semiconductors (single nm chips) and leaping technology (quantum effects) and the countries government Roadmap to interconnect physical and cyber spaces. He exemplified recent joint activities with the Netherlands in the field of quantum and photonics, and links between Netherlands Field Labs and Japanese industrial hubs.
  • Peter van Harten, Ambassador Smart Industry of the Netherlands, explained how the countries aims to boost smartness in the ever more complex industrial sectors, by finding new combinations between software and hardware, between different sectors. As example he mentioned the use of data and IoT to better predict incidents and boost efficiency in the countries’ chemical sector.
  • Rene Backx of NX3D gave a fine example of existing bilateral NL-JP collaboration. Dutch industrial 3D-printing firm NX3D collaborates with Japanese building company Takenaka to create innovative build designs that are flexible in production and strong in performance. NX3D just printed a metal bridge in Amsterdam that is now open to public.

After the Panel Discussion an interactive Poll was conducted, giving pointers for follow-up activities.

The event was a follow-up of the Dutch Digital Mission to Japan of February 2021 headed by Mona Keijzer, State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate Policy.

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10 June 2021 – Nanotech Business JPN-NL Webinar 2021 – Tools for nano imaging and fabrication

Nano Webinar 2

(English follows after Japanese text)

この度、オランダNanoNextNLとオランダ大使館主催の日蘭ナノテクビジネスオンラインセミナー(添付のセミナー案内参照)を来月6月10日(木)に開催いたします。

本セミナーでは、ナノイメージング・加工用ナノテク装置・技術と題しまして、オランダナノテク共同施設の中心的な組織NanoLabNLの chairman Guus Rijnders教授とナノテクノロジープラットフォームセンター センター長 小出 康夫教授から、オランダと日本のナノテク共同施設の最新状況をご講演を頂きます。その後、オランダを代表するナノイメージング・加工技術分野企業: SCIL、Single Quantum、DENSsolutionsから最新技術動向についてご紹介を頂きます。

ご都合がよろしければ、お気軽にご参加頂ければ幸いです。

ご参加される際は、事前に参加登録をお願いいたします。また、ご同僚の方やお知り合いの方でご関心を持たれそうな方にご転送・ご紹介を頂ければ幸甚です。

何卒よろしくお願い申し上げます。

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日蘭ナノテクビジネス オンラインセミナー (ナノイメージング・加工用ナノテク装置・技術)

Nanotech Business Japan-Netherlands Webinar

– Tools for nano imaging and fabrication –

  • 日時 : 2021年 6月 10日(木)16:00-17:25(日本時間)
  • 会場(ツール): Zoom Webinar
  • 主催 :  NanoNextNL、オランダ大使館
  • 講演者:  オランダNanoLabNL chairman, Guus Rijnders教授/ Facing the future challenges in a national nano research infrastructure

ナノテクノロジープラットフォームセンター センター長 小出 康夫教授/ Overview of Nanotechnology Platform Japan (NPJ)

オランダ・ナノイメージング・加工技術分野企業: SCIL、Single Quantum、DENSsolutions

  • 言語:英語
  • 参加費:無料
  • 参加登録先:Link
  • 問い合わせ先:  オランダ大使館 中野・早川 (event@hollandinnovation.jp)

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セミナーついてのご質問等ございましたら、オランダ大使館の中野もしくは早川までご連絡(event@hollandinnovation.jp )ください。

皆様のご参加を心よりお待ちしております。

Invitation to join the Nanotech Business Japan-Netherlands Webinar of 10th of June, to discuss tools for nanoimaging and nanofabrcitation

  • Date:  Thursday 10 June, 2021 at 16:00-17:25 (JST) 09:00-10:25 (CET)
  • Venue: Online (ZOOM)
  • Organized by:NanoNextNL, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Japan
  • Speakers:Prof.Dr.Ing. Guus Rijnders (NanoLabNL) / Prof. Yasuo Koide (Nanotechnology Platform Center in National Institute for Materials Science) /

Mr Rob Voorkamp (SCIL Nanoprint Solutions) Dr Sander Dorenbos (Single Quantum) / Dr Hugo Perez-Garza, PhD (DENSsolutions)

  • Language: English
  • Participation:          Free of charge
  • Registration link: Link
  • Contact: Netherlands Embassy Tokyo – Mariko Nakano Kikuo Hayakawa (event@hollandinnovation.jp)

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Posted by Mariko Nakano


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Oproep: deelname aan de digitale Innovatie Parade op TeamNL Expo Tokyo 1 juni 2021

Posted by Mara Tromp, IA Tokyo

For English, scroll down.

Interesse in contacten leggen in de Japanse markt?

Dit jaar worden de Olympische en Paralympische Spelen in Tokio gehouden als nooit tevoren. In de aanloop organiseren RVO en het Ministerie van Buitenlandse zaken samen met Papendal, NOC-NSF en de Ambassade in Tokio een Digitale Expo met veel activiteiten rondom de Olympische en de Paralympische Spelen. Veel activiteiten zullen plaatsvinden via een digitaal platform in online paviljoens. Eén van de activiteiten zal een digitale Innovatie Parade worden, waar producten, processen en diensten worden getoond die tot stand zijn gekomen in een samenwerking tussen Nederland en Japan.

Deze ‘parade’ zal een verhaal zijn in de vorm van een virtueel pop-up boek, waarbij de samenwerking tussen Japan en Nederland wordt toegelicht aan de hand van innovatieve voorbeelden. De thema’s zijn onder andere High-tech, Nexus (water, voedsel, omgeving), Vitaliteit en Cultuur. Uw innovatie kan hier onderdeel van worden!

Heeft u in samenwerking met een Japanse partner een product, proces of dienst ontwikkeld die u graag ten toon wilt stellen? Registreer uzelf z.s.m via deze link. Wij nemen dan contact met u op!

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Female Tech Heroes in Japan & The Netherlands: ‘For a sustainable and diverse future’

Female tech heroes

Are you curious about the diversity in the tech world in Japan and the Netherlands? The Dutch embassy in Japan is joining forces with Female Tech Heroes and the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven to provide more insight into women in tech.

Webinar – Female Tech Heroes in Japan and the Netherlands: ‘For a sustainable and diverse future’

Date: March 18, 2021
Time: 09.00 – 10.00 CET or 17.00 – 18.00 JST.
Location: Online (You will receive the link after registering)

Click this URL for the program and registration:
https://htc.appartdev.nl/events/female-tech-heroes-in-japan-and-the-netherlands-for-a-sustainable-and-diverse-future

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Webinar Lifelines and Tohoku Medical Megabank – Research updates of two large Biobank Cohort Studies

Posted by Mihoko Ishii

November 18th      18:00-19:50 (JST) / 10.00-11.50 (Dutch Time)

Tohoku Medical Megabank is organizing a webinar with the Dutch cohort study company Lifelines about their recent outcomes of their collaboration project.

Details and registration via: http://www.tfc.tohoku.ac.jp/event/4254.html.

Please feel free to distribute to your colleagues.


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Japanese Artificial Intelligence in a COVID-19 dominated world.

Nicole Dirksen, Netherlands Innovation Network Tokyo (Innovatie Attaché Netwerk Tokio).

Holland Innovation Network Tokyo (Innovatie Attaché Netwerk Tokio).
October 2020, original published on the RVO site.


A view of the Japanese AI developments during the COVID-19 pandemic and the Japanese vision towards the future.

This article provides an overview of the latest AI developments in Japan. AI plays an important role in several top sectors in Japan and is an essential part of the Japanese Innovation Strategy. The Japanese AI Strategy is part of the Japanese vision of the future, the so called ‘Society 5.0’. Society 5.0 is a society heavily supported by technologies like AI to counter problems like an aging society and natural disasters. Similar to the rest of the world, the Japanese economy has been negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This can influence the Japanese AI strategy and its three tracks consisting of Productivity, Health and Mobility. Nevertheless, it seems that AI is not just negatively impacted by thepandemic. On the contrary, we see in Japan all kind of innovative AI supported solutions to deal with the new social distancing reality. From robots to VR tourism, this article will show some of the Japanese AI initiatives during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Online Mission Life Science & Health Japan

Mihoko Ishii, Netherlands Innovation Network Tokyo (Innovatie Attaché Netwerk Tokio).

Online Mission Life Science & Health Japan

25 September – 16 October 2020

Are you active in the Life Science & Health sector and do you have interest in Japan on this theme ? From 25 September to 16 October, the Netherlands Embassy in Tokyo and Task Force Health Care are jointly organizing an Online Mission Life Science & Health Japan. You will have the opportunity to join in several existing expo’s and meet business partners through their partnering systems. Please see here for more details.

Planned schedule:

September 25         Preparatory and Kick-off meeting

September 28-30    Biotech & Pharma Virtual Partnering Conference Osaka 2020

October 12-13         3rd Well Aging Society Summit Asia-Japan (WASS)

October 14-16         BioJapan 2020 & healthTECH Japan 2020

                                                               & Renegerative Medicine Japan 2020

We hope to see you digitally in Japan!


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