1st-Yellow Sea Rim Liaison Lectures & Meeting on Life & Food Science

August 3-8, 2009, Saga University, Japan

The 1st Yellow Sea Rim Liaison Lectures and Meetings on Life and Food Science (1st YSRLLaM on LFS) had been designed as a pilot experimental trial to be established for novel academic exchange program both in faculty and student levels.
The aims in this program might be summarized as following four points;

  1. International intensive lectures with both for students and for professors.
  2. Efforts to prepare the foundation for international credit assignment.
  3. Balanced fusion of academic lectures and scientific meetings/symposia.
  4. Create the outlines for the program that could be driven for long future.

It is well-known the Erasmus program in European countries which launched 1987 and are now expanding as Erasmus Mundus Master Programs. The programs tend to have a culture oriented courses and mainly to study authentic nature of the country where he/she studies. The aims of our YSRLLaM is different from that of Erasmus program and we would like to aspire to have more dynamic correlation among us to fit and to promote the critical trends of scientific and technological advances being produced in the Asian area, with carrying our thousands of years multipart historical backbones.

Members

Schedule

Day

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

Aug. 3

Aug. 4

Aug. 5

Aug. 6

Aug. 7

Aug. 8

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Arrival

1

2

3

4

Departure

Breakfast

 

 7:45 8:30 Kasasagi hall (students)

 

1

9:00

pre-Exam

4b / Li

8b / Ueno

Chec out

Check out

9:45

Bus transf.

- study tour

 

Break

2

9:55

1a /
Watanabe

5a / Ishimaru

9a / Liang

10:40

Break

3

10:50

1b /
Watanabe

5b / Ishimaru

9b / Liang

Miyajima-
soy sauce
Co.
Myoken Fa.

Bus transf. to AP

11:35

 

Break

4

11:45

2a / Won

6a / Park

10a / Koba

12:30

Lunch

Social Lunch

 

Lunch

5

13:30

pick-up at Fukuoka A.P. (Depart at 14:30)

2b / Won

6b / Park

10b / Koba

Bus transf.

14:15

 

Break

6

14:25

3a / Sato

7a / Wang

11a / Nagao

Check in @ Yobuko.

15:10

Tea Break

Free-Group Discussion / Beach activities

7

15:40

3b / Sato

7b / Wang

11b / Yanagita

16:25

Projection confirmation

 check-in

Break

8

16:35

4a / Li

8a / Ueno

post-Exam

17:20

 

Break

 

9

18:00

Welcome Reception

Short Oral Presentation

(All students)

Poster Presentation / Odd No.

Poster Presentation / Even No.

Farewell Banquet / Award Ceremony

19:30

20:00

Certification / Award Committee

Lectures

L01 Structure and function of cold-adapted enzymes: insight into structural motion and catalytic mechanism.
INSTRUCTOR: Keiichi WATANABE, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Applied Biochemistry and Food Science, Saga University
L02 Identification of unknown biological materials: introduction to DNA barcoding.
INSTRUCTOR: Hyosig Won, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Biological Sciences, Daegu University
L03 Newly found Regulators of Phenoloxidase: Candidates for novel GM strategies for the next generation.
INSTRUCTOR: Takashi SATO, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Applied Biochemistry and Food Science, Saga University
L04 The health function of oats and usage in food processing
INSTRUCTOR: Zaigui LI, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Lab. of Cereal Science, College of Food Science and Nutritional Engineering, China Agricultural University
L05 Recent researches on tea (Camellia sinensis L.): distribution, secondary metabolites and new food products.
INSTRUCTOR: Kanji ISHIMARU, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Applied Biological Science, Saga University
L06 Fermented functional foods and chemoprevention.
INSTRUCTOR: Kun-Young PARK, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Food Science and Nutrition, Pusan National University
L07 The functional compounds from marine products
INSTRUCTOR: Yu-Ming WANG, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: College of Food Science and Engineering, Ocean University of China
L08 Environmental Chemistry - Environmental pollution by man-made chemicals -
INSTRUCTOR: Daisuke UENO, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Environmental Sciences, Saga University
L09 Study of Hemorheological Behaviors in Rats: Comparison of high fat diets enriched in saturated, unsaturated and trans fatty acids.
INSTRUCTOR: Hong-Jen Liang, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Food Science, Yuanpei University
L10 Dietary protein and lipid metabolism
INSTRUCTOR: Kazunori KOBA, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Nutrition, University of Nagasaki, Siebold
L11 Functional lipids and prevention of the metabolic syndrome.
INSTRUCTOR: Teruyoshi Yanagita, Ph.D., and Koji Nagao, Ph.D.
AFFILIATION: Department of Applied Biochemistry and Food Science, Saga University