2022 / 02 / 22 (火)

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Israel Month | International Webinar #3:
Blockchain Technology and Public Policy: How to Prepare, Adapt and Transform

中東・イスラーム世界のオルターナティブに関する分科会
* Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2022, 16:00-17:00 Japan Time (9:00-10:00 Israel Time)
* Venue: Zoom­­­­
* Language: English / Japanese simultaneous interpretation will be provided
* Registration: No charge. Advance registration required
* This webinar is part of the "Israel Month @UTokyo Komaba Research Campus" event. For more information, please click here

Blockchain Technology and Public Policy: How to Prepare, Adapt and Transform
In recent years, it has been argued that blockchain technology has the potential to have a larger impact on our lives than the Internet. This webinar, featuring an eminent expert from Israel, will discuss how governments are preparing and adapting to implement blockchain in public policies, including the EU and Israel. Additionally, it will address the lessons we can learn from the Israeli case and other cases, including security challenges and future opportunities and some ideas to encourage international collaboration that provides more secure and reliable systems.

Speakers
Dr. Milly Perry, an expert and consultant for innovation, blockchain, and R&D
 
Professor Nobumasa Akiyama, Graduate School of Law, School of International and Public Policy, Hitotsubashi University
 
Moderator and Commentator: Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor of Religion and Global Security, RCAST and the Head of ROLES (RCAST Open Laboratory for Emergence Strategies), the University of Tokyo
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About the Speakers

Dr. Milly Perry
Dr. Milly Perry is an expert and consultant for innovation, blockchain, and R&D. She is a former research director at The Open University of Israel and CEO of its TTO Company. Her first Ph.D. is in Information Science, specializing in KM in Higher Education and Technology Transfer and Innovation. Second PhD in Culture Science. Dr. Perry was a Member of the National Committee for Israeli's Researchers Database, a board member at EARMA (European Association for Research Administration), an active expert at the EC ERC-PoC. She is engaged in projects and expert groups in the WEF World Economic Forum, ISO Blockchain and the EU experts’ group, she is the head of Blockchain Excellence Center, the founder of DAO4DAOs Institute and BUG Blockchain University Global. She is also the author of the book Blockchain – Turning Egosystem to Ecosystem, which includes a variety of use cases, blockchain principles, and practical ideas. The book facilitates and elaborates blockchain new paradigm implementation in society, business, companies, and governments.
 
Prof. Nobumasa Akiyama
Dr. Nobumasa Akiyama is a professor at the Graduate School of Law and the School of International and Public Policy at Hitotsubashi University in Japan. Professor Akiyama has published extensively and presented papers at various conferences on nonproliferation, arms control, Japan’s national security, and nuclear energy. Between 2016 and 2018, he served as Minister-Counsellor at the Permanent Mission of Japan to the International Organizations in Vienna, with nuclear security in his portfolio. He is also currently serving as a member of the Public Security Examination Commission of the Government of Japan.
 
Moderator/Commentator: Prof. Satoshi Ikeuchi
Satoshi Ikeuchi is a Professor of Religion and Global Security at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) of the University of Tokyo and the Head of ROLES (RCAST Open Laboratory for Emergence Strategies). Professor Ikeuchi has published extensively on Middle East politics, Islamic political thought and global security challenges.

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* This webinar is organized by ROLES (RCAST Open Laboratory for Emergence Strategies) of the University of Tokyo and supported by the Embassy of Israel in Japan, in cooperation with JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 19H00578 (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A): "Emerging technologies and international order: Evolution of state's power, authority, and ethics brought by innovation," (Nobumasa Akiyama, Hitotsubashi University).
* Contact Information: Division of Religion and Global Security (Ikeuchi Laboratory) of RCAST, the University of Tokyo: office@me.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp
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ROLES (RCAST Open Laboratory for Emergence Strategies) of the University of Tokyo with the support of the Embassy of Israel in Japan, has organized “Israel Week” in 2021. The Year 2022 marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and Japan. With great pleasure, this year’s "Israel Month @UTokyo Komaba Research Campus" event will feature a series of webinars on the latest trends and developments in Israel and their impact on Japan-Israel relations. The webinars in this framework will cover a broad range of topics, including recent developments in relation between Japan and Israel, Israel and the Arab countries, Greentech and climate change technologies, the impact of blockchain technology on policies, and how Earth Science grasps the global warming. A series of virtual seminars and lectures on Jewish thought and other religious traditions are to be held on this occasion inviting leading scholars from Israel. 
 "Israel Month” aims to provide an international forum for the exchange of ideas and inspiration from researchers and experts across different fields, and to seek opportunities for collaboration among the participants from academia, NPOs, industry, and the public sector. 
 
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