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Monday, May 24

9:30 -

Registration for Pre-congress Workshops opens

11:30 - 13:00

Pre-congress Workshop 1

TBA
13:00 -

Registration for Main Congress opens

14:30 - 16:00

Pre-congress Workshop 2

TBA
16:30 - 18:00

Pre-congress Workshop 3

TBA
18:30 - 19:00

Welcome Reception

Venue: "Himawari" in the International Conference Center Hiroshima

Tuesday, May 25

8:30 -

Registration opens

9:00 - 9:30

Opening Ceremony

9:30 - 11:00

Plenary Session 1

[PL1] Professionalization of Research Management and Administration (tentative)

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Yuko Harayama (Professor Emeritus, Tohoku University, Japan)

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee Break ([IG1-4] Ignite Session 1 : Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers)

[IG1-4-a] Removing the anxiety around indigenous engagement conversations

Jaylene Wehipeihana (The University of Auckland) *

[IG1-4-b] An international map of research management careers

Bryony Frost (King's College London) *
Louise Pacelli (King's College London)

11:30 - 13:00

Parallel Session 1

Platinum sponsored session : Elsevier

[1-PSS-1] Solving Research Management roadblocks to enable researchers to decipher the grand challenges of our times

Grahame Pearson (Elsevier) *
Katsuhiko Hori (Elsevier)

[1-4] Organizing and Managing Your Staff for Effectiveness and Efficiency

Dan Nordquist (Washington State University) *
Tadashi Sugihara (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)
Ara Tahmassian (Harvard University)
David Richardson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

[1-1] Strategies for trans-national university collaborations –understanding the European research landscape, funding and institutional approaches

Thomas Estermann (European University Asssociation) *
Julie Christiansen (The Research Council of Norway)
Jan Andersen (Technical University of Denmark)
Staska Mrak Jamnik (University of Ljubljana)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Global Collaboration

[1-5] Doing Better with Data: Data Driven Quality Improvement for Research Administration/Compliance

John R Baumann (Indiana University) *
Jane Holt (RMIT University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Research Integrity and Responsible Conduct of Research

[1-2] Real partnerships: project management strategies for supporting engaged partnerships

Joann Cattlin (University of Melbourne) *
Bella Blaher (University of Melbourne)
Wesley David Imms (University of Melbourne)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Partnerships and Innovation beyond Academia

13:00 - 14:30

Lunch (Poster Session)

14:30 - 16:00

Parallel Session 2

Invited session : Research University Consortium, Japan

[2-IS-1] Development of International Collaboration by University Research Administrators

TBA
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Global Collaboration

[2-4] I don't know how to tell you this, but...: Handling Difficult Conversations in Research Management

Marie-Helene Rousseau (Australian National University) *
Misha Hutchings (Australian National University)
Shubhra Aurita Roy (University of Canberra)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

[2-3] Responsible Metrics and Multilingualism: A review of evolving Asian perspectives

Yu Sasaki (Kyoto University) *
Ryuma Shineha (Seijo University)
Anson Wun (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
EirĂ­kur Smári Sigurðarson (University of Iceland)
Simon Kerridge (University of Kent)
Ayako Fujieda (Kyoto University)
Natsuko Inaishi (Kyoto University)
Miyako Koizumi (Kyoto University)
Aron Wittfeld (Kyoto University)
Tamaki Suzuki (Kyoto University)
Toshiro Kamiya (Kyoto University)
Eriko Amano (Kyoto University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Research Evaluation and Impact

[2-2] Academics at the Science-Policy interface: Minding the Gap

Michael Angelo Baliwag Promentilla (De La Salle University) *
Dina Wintyas Saputri (ASEAN Foundation)
Fidero Kuok (Institute of Technology of Cambodia)
Glenn Banaguas (Ateneo de Manila University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Partnerships and Innovation beyond Academia

[2-1] The New Roles of Research Management and Administration in a Changing World

John Westensee (Aarhus University) *
Ian Carter (Carter Research Navigation)
Michael Khor (Nanyang Technological University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Global Collaboration

16:00 - 16:30

Coffee Break ([IG2-3] Ignite Session 2: Research Evaluation and Impact)

[IG2-3-a] Next Generation Research Administration: Impact of data and benchmarking

Mae C Moredo (University of California San Francisco)*
Jean Jonesi (University of California San Francisco)
Kazuaki Ota (Kyoto University)

[IG2-3-b] Research and Development Solutions: Whose Objectives and Funding?

Mogodisheng Buchi. M. Sekhwela (University of Botswana) *

16:30 - 18:00

Parallel Session 3

[3-3] 5 years later: How have SDGs shaped the research landscape? - an Asian perspective

Aron Wittfeld (Kyoto University) *
Michael Khor (Nanyang Technological University)
Hsiao Wei Tan (University of Malaya)
Salathong Jessada (Chulalongkorn University)
Shaliza Binti Ibrahim (University of Malaya)
Ayako Fujieda (Kyoto University)
Sachiko Yoshioka (Kyoto University)
Chisato Saito (Kyoto University)
Tomoko Asami (Kyoto University)
Miho Sugimoto (Kyoto University)
Fumitaka Wakamatsu (Kyoto University)
Taro Sonobe (Kyoto University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Research Evaluation and Impact

[3-4] The Role of Disruptive Facilitation and Psychology in Professional Development

Eamonn McCallion (Karlstad University) *
James Lees (Karlstad University)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

[3-1] Can we outsmart culture?

Jaroslav Sip (Czech Technical University in Prague) *
Bella Blaher (University of Melbourne)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Global Collaboration

[3-5] Ethics - Good Science not just Compliance

Oonagh McGee (Newcastle University, UK) *
Matthew Forshaw (Newcastle University, UK)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Research Integrity and Responsible Conduct of Research

[3-2] Universities 5.0: Education, Research, Collaboration, Industry Engagement and Entrepreneurship

Jacob E. Levin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) *
Yasunori Kanaho (University of Tsukuba)
Caroline Benton (University of Tsukuba)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Partnerships and Innovation beyond Academia

* Presenting Author

Wednesday, May 26

8:30 -

Registration opens

9:30 - 11:00

Plenary Session 2

[PL-2] Future Mobility comes true through the Model Based Development (MBD)

Keynote Speaker: Mr. Tomohiko Adachi (Senior Principal Engineer, Integrated Control System Development Div., MAZDA Motor Corporation)

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee Break ([IG3-1] Ignite Session 3 : Global Collaboration)

[IG3-1-a] The External Global Environment is Changing Strategic Planning for Research

Elliott Kulakowski (Research Administration and Management Strategy Group) *
Ian Carter (Carter Research Navigation)
Allen Muyaama Mukhwana (African Academy of Sciences)

[IG3-1-b] Building Teams and Formulating Agreements for Successful International Research Collaborations

Michael K.A. Khor (Nanyang Technological University) *
Denise Dillon (James Cook University)
Hannah Clarke (Canberra Hospital, ACT Government)
Marie-Helene Rousseau (Australian National University)
David Huang Junsong (National Institute of Education)
Shubhra Aurita Aurita Roy (University of Canberra)

11:30 - 13:00

Parallel Session 4

Invited session : Japan Society for Research Policy and Innovation Management

[4-IS-4] Quantitative Analysis on Research Administration and University-Industry Cooperation

Koichi Sumikura (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies) *
Makiko Takahashi (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
Toru Yoshioka-Kobayashi (Hitotsubashi University)
Kazuma Edamura (Kanagawa University)

[4-4] Research Development-A unique element of the research enterprise

Karen E Eck (Old Dominion University) *
Gretchen L Kiser (University of California San Francisco)
Jacob E Levin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

[4-3-a] Large is useful. Small is beautiful. Nothing is impossible. University-wide vs small-scale benchmarking to inform research facilitation.

Ann-Marie Field (Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM)) *
Dominique Michaud (Concordia University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Research Evaluation and Impact

[4-1] Transitioning Women Researchers in Africa to Global Research Leaders

Jose C Jackson-Malete (Michigan State University) *
Rakeshnie Ramoutar-Prieschl (University of Pretoria)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Global Collaboration

[4-3-b] Prospective and retrospective research impact pathways: A strategy for pathway development

*Tamika Heiden (Research Impact Academy) *
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Research Evaluation and Impact

13:00 - 14:30

Lunch (Poster Session)

14:30 - 16:00

Special Session

Organized by the chairs of the INORMS Research Impact and Stakeholder Engagement (RISE) Working Group, Research Evaluation Working Group (REWG), and Research Administration as a Profession (RAAAP) Taskforce

[SS-1] Building research management across distance, time and cultures

David James Phipps (Co-Chair, RISE) *
Simon Kerridge (Principal Investigator, RAAAP)
Elizabeth Gadd (Chair, REWG)
Julie Bayley (Co-Chair, RISE)

16:00 - 16:30

Coffee Break ([IG4-2] Ignite Session 4 : Partnerships and Innovation beyond Academia)

[IG4-2-a] Let's get it together: Match-making academic researchers with 'real world' stakeholders

James Sharp (University of Birmingham) *
Chloe Jane Mitchell (University of Birmingham)
Emily Neilson (The Alan Turing Institute)

[IG4-2-b] The global landscape of external engagement - strategies for linking academia and industry

Bahareh Badrian (The University of Notre Dame Australia) *

16:30 - 18:00

Parallel Session 5

[5-3] Encouraging and rewarding (societal) impact through promotion and tenure practices

Esther De Smet (Ghent University) *
Leonie van Drooge (Rathenau Instituut)
Muriel E. Swijghuisen Reigersberg (Open University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Research Evaluation and Impact

[5-4] Grant support office capacity building: Experiences and lessons learnt

Daniela Amadio (King's College University) *
Stephanie Fogel (University of Vienna)
Eva Björndal (King's College London)
Annika Glaunerl (ETH Zurich)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

[5-2] Escaping the valley of death: how should we structure a university Proof of Concept Program?

Felix Rehnberg (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology) *
Ian Carter (Carter Research Navigation Ltd)
Yasunao Oyama (Tokyo University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Partnerships and Innovation beyond Academia

[5-5] Guiding Principles for Research Integrity and Mobility across Asia-Pacific

Daniel Barr (RMIT University) *
Paul Taylor (RMIT University)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Research Integrity and Responsible Conduct of Research

[5-1] Going Global: A funder's journey into the unknown

Roger Blake (Wellcome Trust) *
Katherine McCurrie (Wellcome Trust)
Helen Thompson (Wellcome Trust)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Global Collaboration

19:00 -

Congress Dinner and Awards Ceremony

Venue: ANA CROWNE PLAZA HIROSHIMA
To participate, please purchase a ticket separately on the registration site.
* Presenting Author

Thursday, May 27

8:30 -

Registration opens

9:00 - 9:30

Closing Ceremony

9:30 - 11:00

Parallel Session 6

[6-3] What is research IMPACT? -Perspectives from East Asia and comparison with the UK impact agenda

Makoto Yuasa (Cactus Communications K.K.) *
Kiyoshi Fukui (Tokushima University)
Sam Shen (The University of Nottingham Ningbo China)
Renquan Lu (Guangdong University of Technology)
Yoon-Jung Lee (Korea University)
Iain Coleman (Cactus Communications Limited)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Research Evaluation and Impact

[6-4-a] Managing Up: Strategies, Tactics and Tips for Maintaining Your Sanity and Job and Leading

Michael Owen (Brock University) *
Jennifer Freeman (Ontario Tech University)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

[6-1] Best practice exchange and curriculum development between 2 Scandinavian universities and the University of Botswana

Barbara Spano (Technical University of Denmark) *
Olebile Bolobilwe (University of Botswana)
Anna-Karin Tidén (Stockholm University)
Kereilemang Khana Nthoiwa (University of Botswana)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Global Collaboration

[6-5] Research Misconduct: A Global Concern

Debra Schaller-Demers (Memorial Sloan Kettering and SRAI) *
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Research Integrity and Responsible Conduct of Research

[6-4-b] Developing institutional services using design thinking approach

Irina Filonova (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology) *
Asa Nakano (Kyoto University)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:00

Parallel Session 7

[7-3] New ideas for research evaluation under the background of open research data

Ruhan A (Chinese Academy of Sciences) *
Xiaoxuan Li (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Cong Wu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Research Evaluation and Impact

[7-4] Catalyzing innovation and entrepreneurialism through development of postgraduate students and early career researchers

Alicen Nickson (Royal Holloway) *
Tina Ramkalawan (Brunel University London)
Edna Makule (Nelson Mandela Institute of Science and Technology)
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

[7-2] Research Administrators and Federal Funding Agencies: How to play nicely together

Deborah Zornes (Royal Roads University) *
Adele Savoie (Royal Roads University)
Jas Michalski (Royal Roads University)
Pierre Cote (Royal Roads University)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Partnerships and Innovation beyond Academia

[7-5] Responsible Research and Ethical Environment Construction

Chunliang Fan (Chinese Academy of Sciences) *
Jianzhong Zhou (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Format: Panel Discussion
Theme: Research Integrity and Responsible Conduct of Research

[7-1] Why should institutions invest in research management?

Sarah Ruth Tetley (University of Kent) *
Savita Ayyar (Jaquaranda Tree (on behalf of the India Alliance IRMI initiative))
Format: Interactive Session
Theme: Global Collaboration

* Presenting Author

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