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The Catalysing Australia–Japan Science and Innovation symposium has been postponed to early 2022 due to the uncertainty brought by COVID restrictions around venue capacity and interstate travel. The organising committee hopes the new date will allow it to deliver an engaging event full of networking opportunities.
Abstract submissions have been extended to allow EMCRs in lockdown the opportunity to submit their abstract to present at the event.

The annual symposium of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Alumni Association in Australia (JSPSAAA) is back in 2021 and is an opportunity to celebrate the collaborative links between Australia and Japan.

is the fourth edition of the JSPSAAA annual symposium. The event aims to give researchers the opportunity to present the collaborative work between Australia and Japan and explore the possibilities that bilateral collaboration can bring to their research.

Submit an abstract to present at the symposium. 

Researchers of all career stages are invited to submit an abstract to present their work as part of the symposium under one of the following themes:

  • Health
  • Advanced materials and manufacturing
  • Energy
  • Food
  • Environment
  • Large research infrastructures
  • Relationships, institutions, and society

Early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) are strongly encouraged to submit an abstract as they are the main audience for Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) supported activities.

There are opportunities to present your research in person or online, and as an oral presentation or a poster. Abstract submissions are currently open.

Mobility grants

The Australian Academy of Science, through the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), is offering a number of mobility grants to support a diversity of EMCRs and PhD students in Australia to attend the event.

The mobility grants are designed to offset the expenses associated with attending for those participants who may not be able to attend without support and/or people from traditionally underrepresented demographics.

The mobility grants can be used to cover costs associated with attendance to the event, such as caring responsibilities, travel, accommodation, and any other support required to facilitate your attendance.

You can apply for a mobility grant when submitting your abstract to present.

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9:00 AM March 01, 2022

Catalysing Australia–Japan Science and Innovation Symposium

The Catalysing Australia–Japan Science and Innovation symposium has been postponed to early 2022 due to the uncertainty brought by COVID restrictions around venue capacity and interstate travel. The organising committee hopes the new date will allow it to deliver an engaging event full of networking opportunities.
Abstract submissions have been extended to allow EMCRs in lockdown the opportunity to submit their abstract to present at the event.

The annual symposium of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Alumni Association in Australia (JSPSAAA) is back in 2021 and is an opportunity to celebrate the collaborative links between Australia and Japan.

Catalysing Australia–Japan Science and Innovation is the fourth edition of the JSPSAAA annual symposium. The event aims to give researchers the opportunity to present the collaborative work between Australia and Japan and explore the possibilities that bilateral collaboration can bring to their research.

Submit an abstract to present at the symposium. 

Researchers of all career stages are invited to submit an abstract to present their work as part of the symposium under one of the following themes:

  • Health
  • Advanced materials and manufacturing
  • Energy
  • Food
  • Environment
  • Large research infrastructures
  • Relationships, institutions, and society

Early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) are strongly encouraged to submit an abstract as they are the main audience for Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) supported activities.

There are opportunities to present your research in person or online, and as an oral presentation or a poster. Abstract submissions are currently open.

Submit an abstract

Mobility grants

The Australian Academy of Science, through the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), is offering a number of mobility grants to support a diversity of EMCRs and PhD students in Australia to attend the event.

The mobility grants are designed to offset the expenses associated with attending for those participants who may not be able to attend without support and/or people from traditionally underrepresented demographics.

The mobility grants can be used to cover costs associated with attendance to the event, such as caring responsibilities, travel, accommodation, and any other support required to facilitate your attendance.

You can apply for a mobility grant when submitting your abstract to present.

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