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HOPE Meetings

About HOPE Meetings

To advance science and technology within the Asia-Pacific and Africa region, it will be necessary to foster talented young researchers having wide perspectives that transcend individual disciplines and lofty values derived from the region’s inherent cultures.

To foster such researchers, HOPE Meetings have been organized by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science since 2008. The title “HOPE” signifies the promise held for young scientists and optimism for a bright science and technology future in the Asia-Pacific and Africa region.

HOPE Meetings give opportunities for excellent doctoral students and young researchers selected from countries/areas in the region to engage in interdisciplinary discussions with Nobel laureates and other distinguished scientists. Their programs include dialogue with distinguished scientists pioneering the frontiers of knowledge; exchanges among the participants themselves, who live under the same roof for one week; and cultural lectures and activities.

12th HOPE Meeting Flyer

12th HOPE Meeting Flyer

11th HOPE Meeting report

11th HOPE Meeting report

10th HOPE Meeting Report

10th HOPE Meeting Report

9th HOPE Meeting Report

9th HOPE Meeting Report


Lectures of the past HOPE Meetings are on YouTube:


An open call for domestic (in Japan) participants is not issued for the 13th HOPE Meeting.
Overseas applicants should contact a relevant institution in his/her country listed in the Overseas Cooperating Institutions page.

What's New

May 28, 2020
Outline and Organizing Committee of the 13th HOPE Meeting were updated.
February 27, 2020
Outline of the 13th HOPE Meeting was posted.
February 17, 2020
12th HOPE Meeting has been canceled due to concern about Novel Coronavirus.
January 7, 2020
Panel Discussion in the 12th HOPE Meeting was posted.
December 10, 2019
Organizing Committee / Moderators for the 12th HOPE Meeting were updated.

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