‹Programming› 2023
Mon 13 - Fri 17 March 2023 Tokyo, Japan

The University of Tokyo is the oldest and largest national university in Japan. It was founded in 1877 by merging several older government schools to form a modern western-style university. Since 1877 was in the Meiji era, the university was originally (since 1886) called The Imperial University (later Tokyo Imperial University after Kyoto University was founded).

The conference will be held on the main campus of that university. It is located in the city center of Tokyo and has good accesses to three subway stations. The campus is next to Ueno park, where there are many museums, hotels, restaurants around. Before the university was founded, the campus was owned by Kaga domain in the Edo era and there was the upper residence of the load of Kaga. So even today the campus is a popular tourist spot in Tokyo and you can see the famous Red gate built in the Edo era as well as historically important university buildings.


Workshops and tutorials are held on the 3rd floor of Faculty of Engineering Building 6 (80 on the map). The reception will be also on the same floor in the same building on Monday and Tuesday.

The keynotes and the research track are held in the room 212 on the 1st floor of Engineering Building 2 (76 on the map). The entrances of this building are located on the 2nd floor. The reception will be in front of the conference room (Room 212) on Wednesday and Thursday.

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Tokyo is the capital of Japan and one of the largest cities in East Asia. It is a crossroad of many kinds of cultures in Japan, both classical and modern. The visitors can enjoy old shrines, temples, and historical buildings as well as very modern pop culture including Anime, manga, and video gaming. Tokyo is also one of the best places for enjoying various cuisine, from Michelin-star Sushi bars to cheap but yummy local food, which you might not have seen before.


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