Lecture in English on Thursday, January, 21, at 12:30 p.m., Event Hall of the Embassy of Japan
(Entrance: Hiroshimastraße 10, 10785 Berlin. Open from 12 noon)
Unfortunately, the lecture is booked out!
Prof. Dr. NOYORI Ryoji is a Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry (2001), President of the renowned Japanese research institute RIKEN and Member of the JDZB Foundation Council.
In the first event of the JDZB series Japan Lectures he will speak about the significance of science and technology for future societies and what form they may have. Within this context he will discuss the need for competition between nations on the one hand and cooperation at the international level on the other. The Embassy of Japan will host a small reception after the lecture.
Short CV Dr. NOYORI Ryôji, President, RIKEN, Saitama
Since 2003 President, RIKEN Institute
Since 2003 University Professor, Nagoya University
2001 The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
1997–1999 Dean of the Graduate School of Science, Department of Science, Nagoya University
1972–2003 Professor, Nagoya University
1969–1970 Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University
1968–1972 Associate Professor, Nagoya University
1967 Ph.D., Kyôto University
1963–1968 Instructor, Kyôto University
1938 Born in Hyôgo Prefecture