Conference Program

Final Program

Please arrange your schedule as per below brief schedule.

Presentation Guidelines

All the participants are requested to give an oral presentation in English based on their papers. Each presentation lasts 15 minutes, including 2-3 minutes for Q&A. We will provide laptop and other equipments for the presentation. Presenters should get their PPT prepared before the conference. Except for oral presentation, poster or video presentation are acceptable.


Poster Presentation:

Please prepare the poster in A1 size (vertically) and take it to the conference venue for post.


Video Presentation:

All files must be in MP4 Format, Resolution = maximum 720p HD.
• It is recommended that the video files are <1 Mbps bit rate for optimum playback experience for the users. To check the bit rate, right click on the file name, click on properties, go to the details tab, and look for total bitrate. Total file size should not exceed 100 MB.
• Reminder: Presentations should be prepared to be roughly 15 minutes long with allowance.  Regular papers may be a few minutes longer, and short papers and IF papers a few minutes shorter. Keep your time frame in mind when preparing the length of your video.



Fukuoka City Tour

March 21st, 2024

Fukuoka, one of the leading tourist cities in Japan, is highly regarded for its food culture. Fukuoka City was selected in the of the "Best In Travel 2023" by Lonely Planet, a world-renowned guidebook, and Hakata were chosen for "52 Places to Go in 2023" by The New York Times. In this city tour trip, you will enjoy the splendid cherry blossoms of Fukuoka, the characteristic Fukuoka Tower and Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine.



1.Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine

Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine (Japanese: Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine) is a shrine located in Dazaifu City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. The old social structure was Guanbi Zhongshe. Together with Kitano Tenmangu Shrine, it is the headquarters of Tenmangu Shrine in Japan and the center of Tenjin belief. The officiating god is Sugawara Michizane, the god of learning.


2.Ohori Park

Ohori Park is a park located in Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is also the place name of the neighborhood near the park. The park was registered as a "Scenic Spot" by the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs on February 6, 2007. Every spring, the cherry blossoms in Ohori Park and nearby Maizuru Park (Fukuoka Castle Ruins) and Nishi Park are in full bloom, so Ohori Park is regarded as a cherry blossom viewing spot in Fukuoka.


3.Fukuoka Tower

Fukuoka Tower (Japanese: Fukuoka タワー/ふくおかタワーFukuoka Tawā) is a radio tower located in the seaside Momochi area of ​​Fukuoka City, Japan. It is 234 meters high and is the tallest seaside tower in Japan. It is also the second highest seaside tower in Japan after Tokyo Sky Tree and Tokyo Tower. The third tallest tower. There are five floors in Fukuoka Tower that are accessible to the general public. The first floor is the entrance and multi-purpose hall, and there is a restaurant "Lianwa Club". The second floor is also the lobby. The third and fifth floors are observation decks, and the fourth floor between them is a cafe.


Price: 70 USD/ per person

Gathering Place: 博多駅〔博多驛〕/はかたえき Hakata eki

Meeting Time: 9:20 am March 21st

Departure Time: 9:30 am March 21st


l  The price does not include attraction tickets and lunch (around 640JPY/ per person for Fukuoka Tower) and meals. Including expressway fees, gas fees, parking fees, driver's food, etc.
l  Whole city tour time is around 9: 30 AM. to 6:00 PM. Overtime will be charged at 5,000JPY/ per hour, other than that there are no additional fees. Please follow the guide's instructions strictly.
l  In case of a change of plans due to weather or other factors, the organizer reserves the right of explanation.
l  Seats are limited, you can sign up for your peer, please find the option to pay in the system where you register for paper.

l  No refunds will be given if you are unable to attend due to personal reasons. The bus will leave on time.