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1st Integrated Conference on Joint Research Program in Mongolia (ICJPM)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st INTEGRATED CONFERENCE ON JOINT RESEARCH PROGRAM IN MONGOLIA (ICJPM)

HIGHER ENGINEERING EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (M-JEED) PROJECT

11-12 MARCH 2019

ULAANBAATAR CITY, MONGOLIA

 

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM ICJPM CHAIR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Dear prosperous guests,

On behalf of the “Higher Engineering Education Development” (M-JEED) Project and the ICJPM Organizing Committee, it is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 1st Integrated Conference on Joint Research Program in Mongolia (ICJPM) as well as M-JEED Week organized under M-JEED project.

During M-JEED WEEK, we emphasize in promoting the current progress and its contribution of Joint research activities to the Mongolian society and industrial sectors through the 1st ICJPM 2019, which stands for the 1st of Integrated Conference on Joint research Program in Mongolia under M-JEED project, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, from 11 March (Mon) to 12 March (Tue) 2019.

The main purpose of ICJPM 2019 is to establish the base of future international conferences aimed at providing a platform for scientists, young researchers of M-JEED Joint research teams to present, review and discuss the outcomes of collaborative research activities between Mongolia and Japan since the beginning of M-JEED project.

The ICJPM Organizing Committee has made every effort to ensure that your stay in Ulaanbaatar is pleasant and we have arranged several events during M-JEED WEEK including Open lectures to the M-JEED students of Kosen and Twinning program in 13 March (Wed), Open Laboratory Day in 14 March (Thu) and M-JEED Scholarship Awarding Ceremony in 15 March (Fri).

We are very grateful to all of our distinguished guests and Japanese Visiting scholars and last but not least, to the team leaders of 20 Joint research teams from National University of Mongolia and Mongolian University of Science and Technology for their committed efforts and cooperation given to the success of this conference.

The Organizing committee and I wish you a fruitful conference and enjoyable stay in the city of Ulaanbaatar.

Mr. D. Namsrai

ICJPM 2019 Chair,

Project Coordinator,

“Higher Engineering Education Development” (M-JEED) Project

GREETING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear distinguished guests,

Since 2014, one of the important project of "Higher Engineering and Education" project, which is called by “The thousand engineers” initiated by the Government of Mongolia supported by the Government of Japan, is aimed to expand the joint research of Mongolia and Japanese scientists. In this regard,the joint research project between lecturers of National University of Mongolia and Japanese scientists have presented some results.

National University of Mongolia's development of strategic plan up to 2024 is aimed at expanding the scope of the study by the world's leading university as well as the scope of the study, to align the level to world standards. The project provides 10 activities of joint research on Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Renewable Energy, Clean Energy Technology, and Microelectronic and Information and Communication Technology. Since the start of the project, more than 150 lecturers and researchers have been enrolled in Japanese colleges and universities for a master's and doctoral program and short-term training, and over 50 visiting professors and researchers from Japan have been invited.

A joint research study is aimed at strengthening collaboration between the National University of Mongolia and the Japanese universities, to present the studies of Mongolian researchers internationally, furthermore a university-based start-up company.

Thus, we are grateful and honored with the “Higher Engineering and Education” project extends the scope of the research works of the National University of Mongoliaas a consequence strengthens the research base and makes a significant contribution to improving the rank and skills of researchers.

Sincerely

The President of National University of Mongolia

Dr. Ya.TUMURBAATAR

President’s Greetings

 

 

Dear respectable guests,

In accordance with bilateral agreement of Mongolian and Japanese government, Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) has been successfully implementing “Mongolian-Japan Engineering Education Development Project” as partnering with Japanese International Cooperation Agency since 2014. The project aims to train highly-educated and skilled engineers, who can contribute potentially for Mongolian future development and progression of science and technology, provisioning huge demands of engineering and technology employees in industrial sector within a short term, strengthening capacity of teachers and to create more supportive learning and teaching environments at the university.

As collaborating with Japanese universities, MUST has done a number of activities including development of Joint Bachelor degree programs, revision of the course curriculum to meet global standards, establishment of research open laboratory, capacity of building of teaching human resources and conducting joint research team with scientists from two countries.

Within the scope of MUST research priority areas, 10 joint projects have conducted with high performance. Moreover, many Mongolian young teachers, researchers and students attended in the degree and non-degree programs and Kosen and undergraduate dual degree programs in Japan.

Project partners of Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, Project Implementation Unit of MJEED, NUM and MUST are pleased to present the results of intellectual works and scientific research works, which conducted during the last 4 years. It is important to emphasize that those results have a tremendous influence to the development of science and technology.

I would like to wish prosperous successes for future scientific works of Japanese and Mongolian researchers and I hope that all your great works will have good influence for acceleration and sustainability of Mongolian development.

President

Prof. OCHIRBAT Baatar

Mongolian University of Science and Technology


CENTRAL AREA OF ULAANBAATAR CITY


Location map related with ICJPM is as follows:

Conference Venue, Library Building of National University of Mongolia

Conference Venue, Mongolia- Japan Human resources development center

Mongolian University of Science and Technology

Welcome Reception Venue, “Elite” center

 Accommodation for Japanese Visiting Scholars, Puma Imperial Hotel

LAYOUT OF CONFERENCE VENUE

ICJPM 2019 will be held at the Conference Halls in 2F, 5F of Library Building, National University of Mongolia (NUM), Ulaanbaatar city, Mongolia, from 11 to 12 March 2019.

Registration will be at the area of East side elevator of the 5th Floor of the Library Building in National University of Mongolia (NUM).



5F: Opening and Closing remarks and Field Area -2 Sessions will be held at #502.

 

CONFERENCE BASIC INFORMATION

 

Language

English will be the official language used in each Sessions.

Proceedings

Only the abstracts will be printed in this conference brochure. All academic papers and posters will be open when author permitted to the interested individuals through Project Implementation Unit (PIU).

ID Card & ID Card Straps

An ID Card & ID Card Straps will be provided to each participant during registration. The ID Card allows access to sessions and other related events. The ID Card must be worn at all times throughout the conference.

Registration

Conference registration will take place between 8 AM until 9 AM, March 11 (Monday) on the 5th floor nearby Conference hall Room 502 of the Library Building, National University of Mongolia (NUM). Upon registration, participants will receive a Conference Pack including Conference Programs with other useful items. Further information will be provided at the Registration Desk at 5F.

Accommodation

Project Implementation Unit (PIU) arranges the accommodation for all Japanese visiting scholars at Puma Imperial Hotel, located nearby to the Conference Venues.

Local Time

Time zone in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (GMT +8), hence, the local time is 1 hour behind Japan time zone.

Climate

The average temperature in Ulaanbaatar is between 4 to 5 during day time and -14 to -15 during night time. The weather in March can be varied, so it is recommendable to be prepared with several types of clothes. No rainfall is forecasted. There are sunny with clouds on 11 March and plenty of sunshine on 12 March.

Electricity

In Mongolia, the power plugs and sockets are of type C and E. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

1st INTEGRATED CONFERENCE ON JOINT RESEARCH PROGRAM IN MONGOLIA (ICJPM)

HIGHER ENGINEERING EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (M-JEED) PROJECT

11-12 MARCH 2019

ULAANBAATAR CITY, MONGOLIA

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 

DOWNLOAD LINK OF CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 

 

DAY 1, MONDAY, MARCH 11
8:00~9:00

REGISTRATION

5th Floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

9:00~9:30

OPENING SESSION

Room 502, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

  • Folklore Art Performances
  • Welcome Remarks by B. BAYARSAIKHAN, State Secretary of Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports
  • Greetings from MATSUHASHI Tomoyuki, Third Secretary of the Embassy of Japan in Mongolia
  • Greetings from Ya.TUMURBAATAR President of National University of Mongolia
  • Greetings from B.OCHIRBAT President of Mongolian University ofScience and Technology

*OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE MONGOLIAN AND ENGLISH

9:30~9:45

KEYNOTE 1:STATE POLICY ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION

S. MUNKHBAT, Head of Science and Technology Policy Department,

Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports

5th Floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE MONGOLIAN AND ENGLISH

9:45~10:00

KEYNOTE 2:HIGHER ENGINEERING AND EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT PROJECT AND ITS CURRENT PROGRESS

D.NAMSRAI, Coordinator of MJEED project

5th Floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE MONGOLIAN AND ENGLISH

10:00~10:15

KEYNOTE 3: THE VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION OF THE “HIGHER ENGINEERING AND EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA

 

B.OCHIRKHUYAG, Vice President of Research, International and Corporate Relations, National University of Mongolia

5th Floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE MONGOLIAN AND ENGLISH

10:15~10:30

KEYNOTE 4: THE VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION OF THE “HIGHER ENGINEERING AND EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN MONGOLIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

 

T.NAMNAN, Vice President for Research and Cooperation,

Mongolian University of Science and Technology

5th Floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE MONGOLIAN AND ENGLISH

10:30~11:00

KEYNOTE 5: M-JEED STUDENT ACTIVITIES FOR EARTH SCIENCES IN KYUSHUUNIVERSITY, JAPAN

 

OSANAI Yasuhito, Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society, Kyushu University

5th floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE MONGOLIAN AND ENGLISH

11:00~11:15

GROUP PHOTO SESSION

Back Entrance, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

11:15~11:30

COFFEE BREAK & EXHIBITIONS

2nd & 5th floor, Library Building of National University of Mongolia

11:30-18:15

SESSION 1

ADVANCED NEW MATERIALS AND RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING

Room 202, Library Building of National University of Mongolia 

 

*OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

11:30-17:30

SESSION 2

SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES AND BIO-ENGINEERING

Room 502, the Library Building of National University of Mongolia (NUM)

 

*OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

11:30-17:30

SESSION 3

RENEWABLE ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Room 203, the Library Building of NUM

 

*OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

11:30-17:50

SESSION4

AUTOMATION, MICROELECTRONICS AND SYSTEM ENGINEERING

Multipurpose Room, Mongolia Japan Center

 

*OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH


DAY 2, TUESDAY, MARCH 12

PANEL DISCUSSION

Room 502, Library Building, National University of Mongolia (NUM)

Objectives:

  1. To discuss the potentials of future collaborations between different priority fields in both NUM & MUST
  2. To seek and establish new future collaborations between industry-academic sectors

 

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

9:00~11:00 9:00~9:20

CLOSING REMARKS ON “ADVANCED NEW MATERIALS AND RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING”

 

CHAIRPERSON: O. ALTANSUKH, National University of Mongolia

CO-CHAIR: S. JARGALAN Mongolian University of Science and Technology

9:20~9:40

CLOSING REMARKS ON "SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES AND BIO-ENGINEERING"

CHAIRPERSON: Ts. ODBAYAR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

CO-CHAIR: S.GERELBAATAR, National University of Mongolia

9:40~10:00

CLOSING REMARKS ON "RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING"

CHAIRPERSON: Ts. TSOGGEREL, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

CO-CHAIR: A. AMARBAYAR, National University of Mongolia

10:00~10:20

CLOSING REMARKS ON "AUTOMATION, MICROELECTRONICS, AND SYSTEM ENGINEERING"

 

CHAIRPERSON: D. ERDENEBAATAR, National University of Mongolia

CO-CHAIR: G.KHISHIGJARGAL, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

10:20~10:40

THE POSSIBLE COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN JOINT RESEARCH TEAMS

Representatives from Mongolian University of Mongolia:

Representatives from National University of Mongolia (NUM):

10:40~11:00

CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS

Discussion Topic: Contributions of MJEED Project to Mongolian society through Joint Research Programs and recommendations on how to turn Mongolian universities/institutions into global research universities based on success stories and lessons learnt from Japanese universities

Representatives from Mongolian University of Mongolia:

Representatives from National University of Mongolia:

11:00~11:30

COFFEE BREAK & EXHIBITIONS

2nd & 5th floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

11:30~12:30

CLOSING REMARKS

T. AMARJARGALAN, Head of Higher Education Department, Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports

Room 502, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

 

*OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE MONGOLIAN AND ENGLISH

12:30~14:00

LUNCH

2nd Floor, PUMA Hotel Restaurant

14:00~15:30

INTERNAL MEETING WITHIN JOINT RESEARCH TEAMS

2nd Floor, PUMA Hotel


Session 1

ADVANCED NEW MATERIALS AND RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING

CHAIRPERSON: S. JARGALANMongolian University of Science and Technology

Room 202, Library Building of National University of Mongolia

 

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

11:30~13:00 11:30~11:50

SMART MINING FOR THE FUTURE

KAWAMURA Yohei, Akita University

11:50~12:10

REE MINERALIZATION IN ALKALINE PLUTONIC ROCKS FROM NORTHWEST MONGOLIA

B. TAMIR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

12:10~12:30

LITHIUM MINERALIZATION OF THE IDERMEG ZONE IN CENTRAL MONGOLIAMINERALOGICAL STUDY

D. KHASHBAT, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

12:30~12:50

TECHNOLOGICAL STUDY FOR FABRICATING HARD ALLOY FROM TUNGSTEN CONCENTRATE OF KHOVD GOL DEPOSIT

L. TELMENBAYAR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

12:50~13:00 Q & A Session
13:00~14:30 LUNCH SESSION

CHAIRPERSONL.TELMENBAYAR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

Room 202, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

 

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

14:30~16:00 14:30~14:45

TEMPORAL OBSERVATION OF MOLYBDENUM CONCENTRATIONS IN RIVERS FROM ERDENET MINING AREA, MONGOLIA

FUKUSHI Keisuke, Kanazawa University

14:45~15:00

ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE INVESTIGATED BY SEDIMENT FROM MONGOLIAN LAKES

HASEBE Noriko, Kanazawa University

15:00~15:15

INTRODUCTION OF LATEST RESEARCHES IN LOW LEVEL RADIOACTIVITY LABORATORY, KANAZAWA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

INOUE Mutsuo, Kanazawa University

15:15~15:30

SOURCES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF POLYCYCLIC ATOMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN AMBIENT TOTAL SUSPENDED PARTICLES IN ULAANBAATAR CITY, MONGOLIA

MATSUKI Atsushi, Kanazawa University

15:30~15:45

HEALTH RISK ASSESTMENT OF HEAVY METAL IN SOIL AROUND GER DISTRICT OF ULAANBAATAR CITY, MONGOLIA

MURAYAMA Takehiko, Tokyo Institute of Technology

15:45~16:00

UTILIZATION OF THE FLOATATION SURFACTANT ON THE REMOVAL AND RECOVERY OF HEAVY METALS FROM INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER BY PRECIPITATION AND FOAM SEPARATION

D. ERDENECHIMEG, National University of Mongolia

16:00~16:30

COFFEE BREAK & EXHIBITIONS

2nd & 5th floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

CHAIRPERSON: N.JAVKHLANTUGS, National University of Mongolia

Room 202, the Library Building of National University of Mongolia (NUM)

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

17:00~18:15 16:30~16:45

THE REMOVAL OF CR(III) FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING MODIFIED WOOL

Yu GANCHIMEG, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

16:45~17:00

CLONAL DIFFERENCES OF LUMBER QUALITY IN JAPANESE LARCH (LARIX KAEMPFERI)

ISHIGURI Futoshi, Utsunomiya University

17:00~17:15

UTILIZATION OF MONGOLIAN COAL ASH IN ARTIFICIAL GRAVEL

PUSHPALAL Dinil, Tohoku University

17:15~17:30

COMPLEX ANALYSIS OF SOME PP'S FLY ASH OF MONGOLIA AND RESULTS OF PROJECT

D. SUNJIDMAA, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

17:30~17:45

EFFICACY OF FLY ASH IN MAKING ULTRA-HIGH PERFORMANCE FIBER REINFORCED CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES 

NISHIWAKI Tomoya, Tohoku University

17:45~18:00

GALLIUM-68 PRODUCTION IN ZINC OXIDE NANOPARTICLES

AIKAWA Masayuki, Hokkaido University

18:00~18:15

AMINO-FUNCTIONED MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES FOR BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION

M. OTGON-UJIN, National University of Mongolia

18:30~20:00

WELCOME RECEPTION

Elite Center


SESSION 2

SUSTAINABLE USE OF BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES AND BIO-ENGINEERING

CHAIR: SUKIGARA Sachiko, Kyoto Institute of Technology

CO-CHAIR: Ts. Soninkhishig, Mongolian University of Science and Technology,

Room 502, Library Building of National University of Mongolia

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

11:30~13:00 11:30~11:40

INTRODUCTION

Chair:TsODBAYAR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

11:40-12:00

EFFECT OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SUBSTRATE ON CELL MIGRATION USING MICROCHANNEL DEVICE

OHASHI Toshiro, Hokkaido University

12:00-12:20

PROCESSING AND CHARACTERIZATION KERATIN FROM MONGOLIAN ANIMALS HAIRS

D. GANBAT, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

12:20~12:40

A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE SPRAY DRYING OF SEABUCKTHORN JUICE

G.SOLONGO, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

12:40-13:00

GROWTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADAPTATION OF MONGOLIAN PLANTS CHLORIS VIRGATA AND ARABIDOPSIS MONGOLICA

B.DAVAAPUREV, National University of Mongolia

13:00~14:30

 

LUNCH SESSION

CHAIRPERSON: OHASHI Toshiro, Hokkaido University

CO-CHAIR:D. GANBAT, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

Room 502, Library Building, National University of Mongolia 

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

14:30~16:00 14:30~14:50

CHARACTERIZATION OF MONGOLIAN CASHMERE RELATED TO HUMAN SENSES

SUKIGARA Sachiko, Kyoto Institute of Technology

14:50~15:10

ANTIOXIDANTACTIVITY AND STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF FRACTIONS OF MONGOLIAN ENDEMIC PLANT ALLIUM MONGOLICUM

S. ENKH-UNDRAA, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

15:10~15:30

BIOCHAR UTILIZATON FOR HAZE REDUCTION AND REFORESTRATION TO ESTABLISH SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY IN MONGOLIA

IWABUCHI Kazunori, Hokkaido university

 

15:30~15:50

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FABRIC SURFACE TEXTURE AND FRICTION USING TRI-AXIAL FORCE PLATE

D NARANTOGTOKH, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

15:50~16:00 Q & A SESSION
16:00~16:30

COFFEE BREAK & EXHIBITIONS

2nd & 5th floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

CHAIR: B. DAVAAPUREV, National University of Mongolia

Room 502, the Library Building of National University of Mongolia

* OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

16:30~17:30 16:30~16:50

TRYPANOCIDAL ACTIVITY OF 2,5-DIPHENYLOXAZOLES ISOLATED FROM THE ROOTS OF OXYTROPIS LANATA

O.BANZRAGCHGARAV, National University of Mongolia

16:50~17:10

CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF SAXIFRAGA SPINULOSA AND THEIR BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES

D.BADRAL, National University of Mongolia

17:10~17:30

STUDY ON GENERATING LARGE SCALE IMAGE USING MOSAIC

S.NYAMLKHAGVA, National University of Mongolia

18:30~20:00

WELCOME RECEPTION

Elite Center

 


 

 

 

 

SESSION 3: RENEWABLE ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

 

CHAIRPERSON: B. ENKHSARUUL, National University of Mongolia

Room 203, the Library Building of National University of Mongolia

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

11:30~13:00 11:30-11:45

ESTIMATION OF SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL OVER MONGOOLIA BASED ON SATELLITE DATA

AOTO Yuki, Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute- National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

11:45-12:00

STUDY ON PERFORMANCE AND IMPROVEMENT OF SOLAR THERMAL SYSTEMS IN COLD AREA

E. PUREVDALAi, National University Of Mongolia

12:00-12:15

RECENT STUDIES ON CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGIES IN CRIEPI

IKEDA Atsushi, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry

12:15-12:30

OER/ORR ACTIVITY AND REDUCIBILITY OF SIMPLE LANi1XFeXO3 FOR FUEL CELL AND SECONDARY METAL-AIR BATTERIES

G. OYUNBILEG, National University of Mongolia

12:30-12:45

RESEARCH ON DESIGN OF THE CYLINDRICAL BLADED WIND TURBINE (VORTEX WIND TURBINE)

B. BATTUR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

12:45-13:00

EFFICIENT AERODYNAMIC SHAPE OPTIMIZATION USING PROPER ORTHOGONAL DECOMPOSITION

Ch. BAASANDASH, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

13:00~14:30

 

LUNCH SESSION

CHAIRPERSON: Ts. TSOGGEREL, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

Room 203, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

14:30~16:00 14:30~14:45

RESEARCH AND EDUCATION ON EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING FOR DISASTER PREVENTION COUNTERMEASURES IN MONGOLIA

MOTOSAKA Masato, Tohoku University

14:45~15:00

STRONG MOTION OBSERVATION IN ULAANBAATAR BASIN AND STRUCTURAL VIBRATION MONITORING

T.TSOGGEREL, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

15:00~15:15

INVERSION OF MICROTREMOR H/V SPECTRAL RATIOS FOR ESTIMATING SHEAR-WAVE VELOCITY STRUCTURES IN ULAANBAATAR

ZORIGT, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

15:15~15:30

SOIL RADIOACTIVITY AND EROSION AROUND UGII LAKE OF ARKHANGAI PROVINCE IN MONGOLIA

Ts. ERKHEMBAYAR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

15:30~15:45

STRATIGRAPHY, STRUCTURE AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF SELENGE COMPLEX IN THE BULGAN AREA, MONGOLIA

P. NEMEKHBAYAR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

15:45~16:00

STUDY OF TECHNOGENIC CHANGE IN ULZIIT AREA

S. PUREVDULAM, Mongolian University Of Mongolia

16:00~16:30

COFFEE BREAK & EXHIBITIONS

2nd & 5th floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

CHAIRPERSON: B. SERGELEN, MONGOLIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Room 203, the Library Building of NUM

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

16:30~17:30

 

16:30~16:45

STUDY OF ISOLATED POWER GENERATION SYSTEM BY RENEWABLE ENERGIES

DEI Tsutomu, Ashikaga University

 

16:45~17:00

HOW WE CAN PRODUCE BIO GAS IN COLD AREA BY USING LAST HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE

A. ERDENE, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

 

17:00~17:15

VIRTUAL BENCH GMP-1.0 FOR SHORT CIRCUIT EXPERIMENT

G. MUNKHTUUL, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

 

 

17:15~17:30

TOWARDS DEVELOPMENT OF NEW MULTIPLE NARROWBAND STRIP ANTENNA FOR HEALTH DIAGNOSTIC BY DETECTING DISCHARGE EMITTED SIGNALS

B. TUVSHINBAYAR, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

18:30~20:00

WELCOME RECEPTION

Elite Center

 

 

 

 

 

 

SESSION 4: AUTOMATION, MICROELECTRONICS AND SYSTEM ENGINEERING

CHAIRPERSON: D. BAYASGALAN, National University of Mongolia

Multipurpose Room of the Mongolia Japan Center

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

11:30~13:00 11:30~11:50

MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL OBJECTS

KONNO Koichi, Iwate University

11:50~12:10

INTERACTIVE CONTENTS – COMBINING UI DESIGN AND CG TECHNIQUES

MATSUYAMA Katsutsugu, Iwate University

12:10~12:30

PROPOSAL OF ARTIFICIAL ANIMAL LEGS FOR THE FLEXIBLE ACTION IN THE INTEGRATION OF RIGID-BODY MECHANICS AND MATERIAL

WAGATSUMA Hiroaki, Kyushu Institute of Technology

12:30~12:50

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON ENGINEERING EDUCATION AND MEDICAL ENGINEERING WITH MJEED SUPPORT

Ch. LODOIRAVSAL, National University of Mongolia

13:00~14:30 LUNCH SESSION

CHAIRPERSON: A. ENKHBAYAR, National University of Mongolia

Multipurpose Room of the Mongolia Japan Center

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

14:30~16:00

 

14:30~14:50

JOINT PROJECT REPORT: POWER SEMICONDUCTOR FOR SPACE APPLICATION AND CURRENT SENSOR FOR POWER ELECTRONICS

OMURA Ichiro, Kyushu Institute of Technology

 

14:50~15:10

BIRDS PROJECT, DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDIZED BUS INTERFACE FOR MINIATURIZED SATELLITE

T. TURTOGTOKH, National University of Mongolia

 

15:10~15:30

DEVELOPMENT OF SPECTRAL IMAGING FOR REMOTE SENSING

TAKAHASHI Yukihiro, Hokkaido University

 

15:30~15:50

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON POWER ELECTRONICS WITH MJEED SUPPORT

D. BAYASGALAN, National University of Mongolia

15:50~16:00 Q & A SESSION
16:00~16:30

COFFEE BREAK & EXHIBITIONS

2nd & 5th floor, Library Building, National University of Mongolia

CHAIRPERSON: A. ENKHBAYAR, National University of Mongolia

Multipurpose Room, Mongolia Japan Center

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

16:30~18:00

 

16:30~16:50

POINT CLOUD PROCESSING TECHNIQUES AND ITS APPLICATIONS

A. ENKHBAYAR, National University of Mongolia

 

16:50~17:10

OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE CIRCUITS FOR RECOGNITION OF OPTICAL PSK AND QAM LABELS

GOTO Nobuo, Tokushima University

 

17:10~17:30

JOINT-RESEARCH UNDER MJEED SUPPORT “VLSIS FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION AND CODING THEORY

M. BAYARPUREV, National University of Mongolia

17:30~17:50

MONGOLIAN SPEECH SYNTHESIS BASED ON SEQ2SEQ ARCHITECTURE

P. NARANGEREL, Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST)

18:30~20:00

WELCOME RECEPTION

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Keynote Speaker-1

Dr. MUNKHBAT Sonomdarjaa,

Head, Department of Science and Technology Policy,

Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports

Title:

“Strategy of Mongolian STI development for 21st century”

"State Policy on Science and Technology" was adopted by Parliament in 1998 and this is under intensive implementation. The Master Plan for Development of Science and Technology of Mongolia in 2007-2020 approved by the Government Resolution No.2 in 2007 is an integral part of the Comprehensive National Development Strategy of Mongolia. The purpose of the plan is to strengthen the scientific and technological capacity, to develop national innovation system, to improve the economic growth of the country and create a favorable economic and legal environment so that to improve scientific and industrial cooperation with long term strategy aimed at laying the roots of knowledge-based economy. The Resolution 173 of the Government of Mongolia was established to promote the development of Mongolia's science and technology in four areas: human development, quality of life, resource use and protection, intensification of agriculture, high technology and information technology, moreover within this framework 15 core / key / technology research will be developed. Sector’s legal framework is firmly established with necessary promulgating adequate laws, procedures and guidelines. These will be described in the presentation. Moreover, financing and investment context for the science and technology development framework is going to be carefully deliberated in the paper while putting more focus on strategy of attracting foreign direct investment or official development assistances as well as preceding experiences and lessons learned of establishing research centers, laboratories, techno parks, incubators and other types of institutions. Finally, audiences’ attention will be drawn to the fact of that state budget for the scientific researches and its institutional expenses is decreasing gradually, in the other hand, effective system development is emerging for scientific and research outputs.

Keynote Speaker-2 
Dr. OCHIRKHUYAG Baldorj, 
Vice President of Research, International & Corporate Relations, 
National University of Mongolia 
Title: 
“The Valuable Contribution Of The "Higher Engineering 
Education Development" (M-Jeed) Project In National 
University Of Mongolia” 
 
 
 
 
The National University of Mongolia (NUM) is an academic institution that encompasses main scientific branches with programs based on free knowledge or “liberal arts” tradition, engages in regular training and research in natural sciences, economics and fundamental issues of social development with a mission to disseminate knowledge and promote science in the society. The University has currently adopted research, innovation, technology transfer and entrepreneurship related procedures and established the respective structure. The NUM is confronted with a need to realize these goals, to overcome challenges emerging in higher education and reach the next level of development. The present strategic plan is a part of comprehensive documents on development of the NUM. The education policy to be followed by the government states that “education will be developed as a priority social sector, that objective concerns the first Mongolian university as well. In the frame of the policy document the government of Mongolia planned and implemented a number of programs, such as program on Higher Engineering and Education Development project which is to train one thousand engineers in Japan with a loan from the government of Japan. The "Higher Engineering and Education Development" is aimed to expand the joint research of Mongolia and Japanese scientists. In this regard, the joint research between researchers of National University of Mongolia and Japanese scientists has presented some results. Within four different areas among to 10 joint research teams have been participated in this project. The framework of the project over a five-year, more than 100 researchers are expected to be involved in the capacity building of the university's human resources while increasing the number of international and local research studies and papers. Furthermore, the results of the research will be introduced into the industrial areas and, the fundament for a university-based start-up company. Overall, the project of "Higher Engineering and Education Development" is valuable for implementation of the “Research University Program” by the government of Mongolia put forward an objective of bringing research based-University in the top 100 ranks of leading universities on the Asian continent. 
 Keynote Speaker-3 
Dr. NAMNAN Tumurpurev, 
Vice President of Research and Cooperation,
 Mongolian University of Science and Technology 
Title: 
“M-JEED project’s contributions to the development
of Mongolian University of Science and Technology” 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) strives to become a globally recognized research-based University in Science and Technology in Mongolia and to be acknowledged as one of the leading universities in Asia. With this purpose, we openly collaborate with many international universities and organizations, one of which is the Mongolia-Japan Higher Engineering Education Development, “MJEED” project. Mongolia-Japan Higher Engineering Education Development, “MJEED”, project was first launched in 2014 through a joint agreement between the government of Japan and government of Mongolia for 9 consecutive years with the main goal to train 1000 Mongolian engineers in Japan. The project also aims to improve the quality of engineering and technology curriculum by international standards, to build the capacity of the lecturers and researchers to educate highly educated and skilled engineers and technical employees, and to create a more comfortable and collaborative environment for training and research activities at MUST following our research priorities in New Materials, Resource Technology Engineering, Energy and Environmental Engineering, Automation and System Engineering, and Bio-Engineering (food, medical products, and bio-printing) sectors in most progressive ways. For the last 4 years, 145 researchers have attended in degree and non-degree programs, 130 students have studied in the Kosen and Twinning programs in Japan, and over 100 Visiting Scholars from Japan have worked at MUST to provide technical assistance to professionals both in the long and short terms. As a result of our cooperation and joint research works, 111 scientific international research papers, 100 scientific national research papers, 7 utility models, 1 new technology, and 1 standard were developed and disseminated for further professional use. Moreover, 8 Memorandums of Understanding were signed with 8 Japanese universities. In the future, as having benefitted from the “MJEED” project, MUST plans to produce more fruitful results in educating high-quality human resources in engineering and technology sectors and foster high-quality research and training environments in Mongolia. Furthermore, we believe that the collaborative implementation of this project will contribute to the overall holistic development of Mongolian scientific and technological advances and upscale Mongolian and Japanese mutual and productive cooperation. 
Keynote Speaker-4 
Dr. OSANAI Yasuhito, 
Vice President of International relations, Kyushu University 
Professor of Geology, Division of Evolution of Earth Environments 
Title: 
“M-JEED student activities for Earth sciences in Kyushu University, Japan” 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kyushu University (KU) is one of the oldest and the biggest Japanese national university situated in Fukuoka city, which was established in 1911 as a fourth Imperial University. KU currently contains ca. 8,000 faculty and staff members and ca. 20,000 students including 2,400 foreign students from 102 countries and areas in the world. The university has 12 undergraduate schools and 18 graduate schools, in which M-JEED students studying mineral resources and geology are belonging to 2 graduate schools of Integrated Sciences for Global Society (ISGS) and Engineering (ENG). These graduate schools exist in the largest and most advanced university campus in Japan, calls “Ito Campus”, newly established in 2018. After receiving the 1st batch non-degree student in 2015, 4 Master course and 4 non-degree students have been joined in programs offered from these 2 graduate schools until now. These students are supported by the M-JEED project of “Fundamental study of mineral resource development of Mongolia”, which is led by Prof. S. Jargalan of Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST). In the ISGS, 2 Master students and 3 non-degree students have been studying and research working of U-Pb geochronology, Rare Earth Element (REE) mineralization, Gold and Copper mineralization in Mongolia. Every day these students are learning the most advanced analytical techniques and using the most modern facilities of LA-MC-ICP-MS, FE-EPMA, LRS, CL-SEM-EDS, WD-XRF etc., which are equipped in ISGS. For example, successfully finished Master student in 2018 carried out a study of “REE mineralization in alkaline plutonic rocks from NW Mongolia” and concluded (1) five stages of alkaline magmatism are distinguished in NW Mongolia, (2) upper Carboniferous alkaline magmatism (311 Ma; 4th stage magmatism) was most effective to REE mineralization, (3) REE mineralization of 2 occurrences have quite significant potential for REE deposit against to the world. These results are the first data of petrologic, geochemical, geochronological and REE mineralization process for the NW Mongolia. Our joint research programs between KU and MUST will be continued for the future, hopefully with PhD students through the M-JEED project
 

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Website: www.mjeed.edu.mn
Phone: (976)-11-315563
Address: Room №605, 6th floor, Central Library, Mongolian University of Science and Technology,
Baga-Toiruu, 8th Khoroo, Sukhbaatar district, Ulaanbaatar city, Mongolia 14191

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