Disclaimer: machine translated by DeepL which may contain errors.
The University of Tokyo's Faculty of Science has designated Homecoming Day as a "Family Day," during which alumni and alumnae give lectures that are open to the whole family.
The lectures are designed to be accessible to children in the upper grades of elementary school. We hope this will be an opportunity for children with a curious mind to experience the world of science.
Date and Program
OHKOSHI Shin-ichi, Professor
Dean of the School of Science
"A Story of Gravity and the Universe"
ANDO Masaki, Associate Professor, Department of Physics
|14:05-14:15||Q&A for Lecture 1|
"Looking at Plant Budding"
ITO Kyoko, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
|14:55-15:05||Q&A for Lecture 2|
Introduction of Lecturers
Lecture for elementary school students (upper grades) and graduates of this university
Live streaming is open to everyone, no registration required.
Free of charge
Registration (on-site participation only by advance registration)
On-site participation will be on a first-come, first-served basis (capacity of 150 people). Please register here.
Koshiba Hall, Faculty of Science Building No. 1, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo Access Map
Anyone can watch the live webcast from the YouTube channel of the Graduate School of Science and School of Science without prior registration. We invite the general public, as well as high school and university students, to attend. The lectures will be available on demand until 23:59 on October 22 (Sun.).
Materials for participants ( PDF) will be posted on this page by the day before the event.
No materials will be distributed at the venue, so on-site attendees can download the materials from here.
Each lecture will be followed by a question-and-answer period .
All questions will be taken via Slido, so please bring your own device.
Please enter the access code provided on the lecture screen or in the YouTube summary section into the Slido website to ask questions.
School of Science, The University of Tokyo
The Office of Communications, School of Science, The University of Tokyo