• Coloquio Internacional

Primer Coloquio Internacional de Estudios Mexicanos y Japoneses

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PROGRAMA **

Tuesday, October 16th

Venue: “José Vasconcelos” Auditorium, Centro de Enseñanza para Extranjeros (CEPE).

09:00 – 09:45 hrs. Opening

10:00 – 11:20 hrs. Session I: Economics and Financial Tools

  • Studies on the riots in Sanya during the economic growth of Japan in 1960s Considering Socio-Economic History in Sanya and Kaji Daisuke’s Thought. Akira Omino - Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
  • Negative interest rate and re-normalizing monetary policy in U.S. and Japan? Some lessons to emerging economies. Tsuyoshi Yasuhara - Nanzan University.
  • The mobility of international students as the first link in the migration of talents in Japan. Alejandro Méndez, Institute of Economic Research – UNAM.

Moderator: Armando Sánchez, Institute of Economic Research – UNAM.

11:30 – 12:50 hrs. Session II: Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership

  • The process of the trade policies of US and the current situation and perspective of the TPP 11. Yasuhiro Tokoro - Meiji University and Virginia Valdivia, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences – UNAM.
  • What is there for Mexico in the CPTPP? Melba Falck, CUCSH – University of Guadalajara.
  • Legal Trends of the CPTPP. Carlos Reyes, Graduate Program in Law – UNAM.

Moderator: Alfredo Delgado, Graduate School of Management Sciences – UNAM.

13:00 – 14:20 hrs. Session III: La enseñanza de Español a Japoneses

  • El perfil del alumno, sus necesidades y estilo de aprendizaje. José Escobar, Centro de Enseñanza para Extranjeros – UNAM.
  • Dificultades que enfrenta un estudiante japonés al aprender español. Ricardo Ancira, Centro de Enseñanza para Extranjeros – UNAM.
  • Algunas consideraciones lingüísticas en la enseñanza de ELE. María de la Luz Munguía, Centro de Enseñanza para Extranjeros – UNAM.

Moderator: Luis Miguel Samperio, Centro de Enseñanza para Extranjeros – UNAM.

This session is going to be in Spanish

14:30 – 16:15 hrs. Break

16:30 – 17:50 hrs. Session IV: Technological Innovation

  • Exploring the formation and evolution of galaxies in the early universe by exploiting the superconducting astrophotonics. Kotaro Kohno, Institute of Astronomy, School of Science – The University of Tokyo.
  • Personal Space Model for Human Computer Interaction. Toshitaka Amaoka, Department of Information Science – Meisei University.
  • Automation: expulsion and absorption of employment. Isaac Minian, Institute of Economic Research – UNAM.
  • Ocean energy and environmental protection in Mexico: the CEMIE-Ocean Project. Rodolfo Silva, Institute of Engineering – UNAM.

Moderator: Eugenia Correa, Faculty of Economics – UNAM.

18:00 – 19:20 hrs. Session V: Green Technology

  • Development of Rescue Robots at Meisei University. Yoshiaki Yamazaki, School of Science and Engineering, Program in Mechanical Engineering – Meisei University.
  • Parallel Processing and Parallelizing Compilation Technique for “Green Computing”. Yasutaka Wada, Department of Information Science – Meisei University.
  • Development of farm robot. Noé Velázquez – Autonomous University of Chapingo.

Moderator: Luis Álvarez, Institute of Engineering – UNAM.

Wednesday, October 17 th

Venue: “Mtro. José Antonio Echenique García” Auditorium, Facultad de Contaduría y Administración (FCA)

10:00 – 11:20 hrs. Session VI: Bilateral Cooperation: Natural disasters

  • The collaboration between Mexico and Japan in earthquake engineering and seismology. Francisco Sánchez, Institute of Engineering – UNAM.
  • Challenges and opportunities of the Post-Disaster Logistics in Mexico. Angélica Lozano, Institute of Engineering – UNAM.
  • Large and Multidisciplinary Collaboration between Mexico and Japan for the prevention of earthquakes and tsunamis disasters in Central Mexico the 2016-2021 SATREPS project leaded by UNAM and the Kyoto University. Víctor Cruz, Institute of Geophysics – UNAM and Yoshihiro Ito – Kyoto University.
  • Recent seafloor seismic and tsunami observation systems for scientific research and disaster mitigation. Masanao Shinohara, Earthquake Research Institute – The University of Tokyo.

Moderator: Hugo Delgado, Institute of Geophysics – UNAM.

11:30 – 12:50 hrs. Session VII - Gender equality and G20

  • Japan and Mexico: Challenges to Share in Ageing and Older Persons Welfare. Verónica Montes de Oca, Institute of Social Research – UNAM.
  • Gender Mainstreaming: Working a strategic approach for G20, Osaka 2019. Alicia Girón, University Program on Asian and African Studies – UNAM.
  • Scientific production in Mexico and tools for gender analysis. Adriana Ortíz – University and Research Institute Ortega & Gasset and Saúl Armendariz, Library and Information System – UNAM.

Moderator: Kazuyasu Ochiai, Center for Advancement of Meisei Education – Meisei University.

13:00 – 14:20 hrs. Session VIII: Soft power & Intercultural communication

  • Evaluation of long-term cultural diplomacy between Mexico and Japan: a research project on the former participants of the governmental bilateral student exchange program. Kazuyasu Ochiai, Center for Advancement of Meisei Education – Meisei University.
  • From “International Cultural Exchange” to “Efforts to Promote Understanding and Trust in Japan”: Japan’s Public Diplomacy since the 1970s. Ayako Kusunoki, International Research Center for Japanese Studies.
  • The “Cool Japan” Discourse and the Values of Popular Media. Álvaro Hernández, International Research Center for Japanese Studies.
  • Positioning and social representations of the way of work of Japaneses and Mexicans. Kazuko Nagao, National School for Languages, Linguistics and Translation – UNAM.

Moderator: Ricardo Méndez, Faculty of Management and Accounting – UNAM.

14.30 – 15:50 hrs. Break

  • POSTER PRESENTATION OF THE GRADUATE STUDENT PROJECTS OF MEISEI UNIVERSITY AND THE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING – UNAM (ROBOTICS, COMPUTER SYSTEM DESIGN AND DIGITAL ARTS).

“Sala de usos múltiples”, Faculty of Management and Accounting - UNAM.

16:00 – 17:20 hrs. Session IX: Green Policy

  • New Town Development and Green Policy in Tokyo Metropolitan Region: History of Tama New Town Project. Sadatsugu Nishiura, School of Science and Engineering, Program in Environmental System – Meisei University.
  • The green policy and the sustainable development goals. Paola Vera, Faculty of Management and Accounting – UNAM.
  • Green policy driven activities at Hiroshima University. Naotaka Hirami – Hiroshima of University.

Moderator: Vania De la Vega Shiota, Academic Secretary of the University Program on Asian and African Studies – UNAM.

17:30 – 18:30 hrs. Closing

STORYTELLING – Two Stories, Two women in the Japanese Tradition

  • Oral Narrator: Marcela Romero, Coordination of Cultural Diffusion – UNAM.

Presenter: Javier Sacristán, University Program on Asian and African Studies – UNAM.

This session is going to be in Spanish



** Las conferencias serán impartidas en inglés. No habrá interpretación.

Se otorgará constancia con el 100% de asistencia.

Fechas

octubre 16 09:00 a.m. - octubre 17 07:00 p.m.
Centro de Enseñanza para Extranjeros y Facultad de Contaduría y Administración, UNAM

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