Welcome Message from Local Host
I would like to personally give you a warm welcome to the joint conference sponsored by Moct Education Institution at the heart of Tokyo at the Hotel Sunroute Plaza in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The conference is a truly international representation of over 200 academic delegates and a well-balanced representation of authors, co-authors, and participants from more than 20 countries. This gathering equates to many inspiring researchers coming together for three days from around the globe to share research and advocate for sustainability development, environmental conservation, smart cities, green technology in an increasingly networked and interconnected world.
I believe celebrating our inter-disciplinary diversity leads to innovative ways of addressing complex problems and challenging times that our world is facing long after the conference has concluded. The four inter-disciplinary symposiums are an invaluable opportunity to exchange ideas and information with our conference community. The prosperous connections and sharing of critical thinking, information, and technology can lead to organizational change, which might make our environmental world a better place. I am altruistic at heart and inspired to bring delegates together from various disciplines, so that we learn from each other in unexpected ways to bring refreshing new ideas to research. The act of collaboration can be transformational, and what a great place to achieve this goal at the onset of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
In Tokyo, there are numerous activities to engage in while continuing essential discussions with delegates in at the end of each day after our symposium. Please be sure to check our four joint conference websites section, which is “Why Tokyo?” As you know, spending time in nature at one of the nine Tokyo Metropolitan Gardens should not be missed during your stay. I have lived longer in Japan than in my own country of the United States. I enjoy walking through old Tokyo from the Nippori Station in the Yanaka Ginza area to Ueno Park with that holds historical museums. Moreover, the Official Tokyo Travel Guide Go Tokyo is an excellent website to get informative destination information. Finally, at the beginning of my keynote, I will give an off-the-grid and personal interactive presentation on Tokyo as the local host. Please partake in that section if you have the time. If you have any questions or queries about the region, please do not hesitate to contact me. Do have a pleasant stay in Tokyo, Japan!
Dr. Stacey Vye, Saitama University, Japan