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During the lunch time, I went to a lost-and-found at Kofu station about the doughnuts I had left in the train last evening. The doughnuts are at the last stop of the train and will be delivered to us. I signed the document showing my ID, and left the station. In the afternoon, there was a party in a French restaurant, “Sadoya” for celebrating the the success of the workshop held early August It started at 6 PM and ended after 8 PM. Sadoya is a winery, too, and I drank much wine. After coming back home, Katya was a bit amazed by my being so drunk.
I left Kofu at 1 PM and arrived at Hotel Springs Makuhari in Chiba. There was a two-hour workshop in the hotel for the present energy situation. A Nobel prize laureate, Koichi Tanaka, gave a short talk, too. The workshop gave a perspective of the renewable energynow. It was difficult to make a reservation in Makuhari because of JASIS in Makuhari Messe, which I am attending tomorrow. Therefore, I took trains to Chiba station. It started raining. I took a light dinner and walked to Chiba Washington Hotel. It was a small hotel. The room I stayed in was small,too. It is OK, because it cost only 4500 yen including breakfast. … Continue reading
The workshop continued in Kofu Fujiya Hotel. In the morning, three lecturers talked. In the afternoon, a poster session was held on the hall way. Mostly, students presented their posters. There were two more talks, and the workshop ended at 5 PM. I went back home, took Maya-san for a walk, and went to a tennis lesson in Kose Sports Park.
Today is the first day of the international workshop, which I was preparing for. In the morning, I woke up early to take a long walk with Maya-san. Then I drove to Kofu Fujiya Hotel, where the workshop was held. I was chairing the meeting. There were 200 participants. During the lunch time, I came back to say hello to Maya-san. We had a coffee break, too. Seven invited lectures were given. Banquet started at 6 PM. Japanese traditional guitars were played. I left soon for Maya-san’s dinner and walk.
The institute will hold a workshop on August 2 and 3. I have been asking researchers all over the world to join it. Today, the reserved attendees went up to 150, so it will be a big workshop. I am getting in touch with invited speakers, too. Two from abroad have not responded to me yet. I need to ask them send us abstracts.
In the morning, students in the institute held their research presentations, and teachers joined. Eight students talked, one of whom is mine. He did a good job. After the presentation, teachers stayed for a meeting ; we are going to hold a workshop next summer in Nagano. It is a small, 4-day workshop with approximately 80 participants, and I will chair the workshop. I am stressed these days because of the works I have, and was worried about today’s meeting, too, but the schedules I proposed were accepted, which made me feel relieved. I had lunch at home, and Katya and I went to Yanase to have a break pad … Continue reading