2009 Asian Science Camp

August 2-8, 2009
Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JAPAN



last modified: 04/12/2010


2009 ASC ended successfully on August 8, 2009. It has been a 7-day life-changing opportunity for the participants, about 200 Asian students, who learned directly from Nobel Laureates and other eminent scientists in the fields of physics and chemistry..

The 2009 ASC is the third of the series, following successful camps at Taipei (2007) and Bali (2008). This time we invited about 200 outstanding science-orientated students, who had been selected from high schools (final year or twelfth grade) and colleges in and around the Asian region.
2010 ASC will be held in Mumbai, India. The host institute will be Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.

Expected number of participating students: about 200.
Date: 2009.8.2 (Sun) arrival – 2009.8.8(Sat)
Venue: Epochal Tsukuba, Japan


Host institutes Poster & Logo
Heisei Foundation for Basic Science(in Japanese)


High Energy Accelerator Research Organization(KEK)
The International Center for Elementary Particle Physics (ICEPP), the University of Tokyo

In Association With
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology JAPAN
NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation)



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asc09 at kek.jp