KYOTO PRIZE

The Kyoto Prize Event Application Forms

Thank you for your interest in the 2017 Kyoto Prize Commemorative Lectures and Workshops given by the laureates. If you wish to attend these events, please fill out an application form for each event on the website and click the “Send” button.

*Application will start in the end of August.

The 2017 Kyoto Prize Commemorative Lectures

Commemorative Lectures
Commemorative Lectures
  • Advanced Technology“My Fifty Years with Transistor”
    Lecturer: Takashi Mimura / Semiconductor Engineer
  • Basic Sciences“The Magical Mystery Tour from Physics and Applied Mathematics to Plant Physiology”
    Lecturer: Graham Farquhar / Plant Physiologist
  • Arts and Philosophy“All Was Foreseen; Nothing Was Foreseen”
    Lecturer: Richard Taruskin / Musicologist
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017, 13:00-16:30
Place: Kyoto International Conference Center
Capacity: 1,700 persons [FCFS]
Languages: English and Japanese (Simultaneous interpretation is provided.)

The 2017 Kyoto Prize Workshops


Advanced Technology/Takashi Mimura

Advanced Technology [detail]
Theme: “History of the Development of Compound Semiconductor Electronic Devices and its Future Possibilities”
Laureate: Takashi Mimura
Date: Sunday, November 12, 2017,
13:00-17:10
Place: Kyoto International Conference Center
Capacity: 100 persons [FCFS]
Languages: English and Japanese (Simultaneous interpretation is provided.)
Basic Sciences/Graham Farquhar

Basic Sciences [detail]
Theme: “From Understanding Plant Life to Projecting Changes of Global Environments”
Laureate: Graham Farquhar
Date: Sunday, November 12, 2017,
13:00-16:50
Place: Kyoto International Conference Center
Capacity: 150 persons [FCFS]
Languages: English and Japanese (Simultaneous interpretation is provided.)
Arts and Philosophy/Richard Taruskin

Arts and Philosophy [detail]
Theme: “Stravinsky's Mavra: Lecture and Performance”
Laureate: Richard Taruskin
Date: Sunday, November 12, 2017,
17:00-
Place: Tokyo University of the Arts, Ueno Campus, Building Ⅳ(Faculty of Music), Hall 6
Capacity: 160 persons [FCFS]
Languages: English and Japanese (Simultaneous interpretation is provided.)

*Workshops are for researchers and experts in their respective fields.

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