The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) holds two annual technical meetings in the spring and autumn. The spring meeting held in the Tokyo area usually has about 7,000 participants, while the autumn meeting held in other parts of Japan attracts approximately 6,000 participants, with nearly 4,000 papers being presented.
3 Steps to Contribute a Presentation
Speakers of contributed presentation should be JSAP Official Member, JSAP Student Member and JSAP’s Partner Societies* Member.
* JSAP’s Partner Societies: APS (American Physical Society), CSOE (Chinese Society for Optical Engineering), EOS (European Optical Society), EPS (European Physical Society), IOP (Institute of Physics), KPS (Korean Physical Society), OSA (The Optical Society), OSK (Optical Society of Korea), PESJ (Physics Education Society of Japan), PSROC (The Physical Society of Republic of China), SPIE (International Society for Optical Engineering ), TPS (Taiwan Photonics Society), < OSJ (Optical Society of Japan) *only in the autumn meetings >
Past and Future Meetings
JSAP also holds an exhibition of laboratory and measuring instruments, providing an opportunity for communication between industry, government and academia.
Contact Information about the Exhibition
Kayabacho No.3 Nagaoka Bldg.
2-7-10, Nihonbashi-Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0025 Japan
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