28 November 2019, His Honour Witold Pawlak, Circuit Judge: ‘The view from the Bench’

‘The view from the Bench’

His Honour Witold Pawlak (Trinity 1966) will speak to us about his experience as Circuit Judge at Wood Green Crown Court (appointed 2004)

On Thursday 28 November 2019 at 7pm His Honour Witold Pawlak will visit us from the UK, and will talk to us about his unique insights into how justice works in the UK: “The view from the Bench”.

  • 7pm – 7:30pm His Honour Witold Pawlak, ‘The view from the Bench’
  • 7:30pm – 9:30pm dinner
  • after 9:30pm – nijikai drinks nearby

The fee including kaiseki dinner and unlimited drinks will be YEN 10,000, nijikai drinks etc are separate. We will meet in central Tokyo.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Registration and prepayment until Friday 22 November 2019. I will send location details and account details for prepayment to those who register.

Usually we go for nijikai nearby.

His Honour Witold Pawlak

Trinity 1966. Called to the Bar in 1970. Practised in contract, tort, environmental, family, financial services and other areas. Memorable cases include re Schwitters (Hospital Patient), Spring v Guardian Assurance and Rv Hertfordshire County Council ex parte Green Environmental. Appointed Circuit Judge 2004 until 2017 at Wood Green Crown Court, thereafter a Deputy Circuit Judge until April 2020. Training in mediation for mediators in Poland for 10 years. Currently working on the EU Modern Court project in Ukraine.

To register

If you are Trinity College Cambridge Fellow or member living in or visiting Japan please join us. To register, or for any enquiries contact us here:

His Honour Witold Pawlak
His Honour Witold Pawlak

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18 October 2019 Trinity in Japan Rugby World Cup special dinner meeting

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Will meet on Friday 18 October 2019 at 7pm in central Tokyo for Rugby World Cup special dinner meeting.

Our Trinity in Japan meeting on Friday 18 October 2019 is just before the quarter finals on 19 & 20 October, the semi-finals on 26 & 27 October, the bronze final on 1 November and the final on 2 November. For the Rugby World Cup program and to buy tickets visit the official website: https://www.rugbyworldcup.com/matches

The charge is YEN 10,000 (prepaid before Friday 11 October 2019) for kaiseki dinner (Japanese banquet) and two hours of unlimited drinks from a fixed menu.

All Trinity members (Fellows, students, alumni, Past Fellows, Past Fellow Commoners…) visiting Japan for the Rugby World Cup are specially welcome to join us.

To register:

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1 October 2019 event with The Revd Dr Michael Banner: ‘The rise (and fall?) of humanitarianism’.

‘The rise (and fall?) of humanitarianism’, Revd Dr Michael Banner

The Revd Dr Michael Banner… “one of the brightest and most interesting young people doing ethics on the scene today”

The Revd Dr Michael Banner will join us on Tuesday 1 October 2019 6pm for a special event.

  • 6pm – 7pm drinks reception
  • 7pm – 7:30pm The Revd Dr Michael Banner, ‘The rise (and fall?) of humanitarianism’, and an update on Trinity
  • 7:30pm – 9:30pm dinner
  • after 9:30pm – nijikai drinks nearby

The fee including drinks reception, kaiseki dinner and unlimited drinks will be YEN 12,000, nijikai drinks etc are separate.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Registration and prepayment until Friday 20 September 2019. I will send location details and account details for prepayment to those who register.

Usually we go for nijikai nearby.

The Revd Dr Michael Banner
The Revd Dr Michael Banner
The Revd Dr Michael Banner, Trinity College Cambridge, Dean of Chapel and Fellow, Director of Studies in Theology, Chair of Alumni Relations and Development
The Revd Dr Michael Banner, Trinity College Cambridge, Dean of Chapel and Fellow, Director of Studies in Theology, Chair of Alumni Relations and Development

The Revd Dr Michael Banner… “one of the brightest and most interesting young people doing ethics on the scene today”

Dean of Chapel and Fellow,
Director of Studies in Theology,
Chair of Alumni Relations and Development, Trinity College

https://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/theology-religion-and-philosophy-of-religion/

Michael Banner’s Bampton Lecture in the University of Oxford, 2013, was published as The Ethics of Everyday Life: Moral Theology, Social Anthropology and the Imagination of the Human (OUP, 2014). The Bampton lectures were held since 1780, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bampton_Lectures

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Banner

Michael Banner – Birth and Human Flourishing

Michael Banner – Ethics for Lunch: Biotechnology and Respect for Nature: Jonas’s Dilemma

Publications:

Stanley Hauerwas wrote in his review of “Christian Ethics and Contemporary Moral Problems”
‘Michael Banner is an event waiting to happen. He is clearly one of the brightest and most interesting young people doing ethics on the scene today. He is a first-rate theologian who promises to be a new and long-standing voice not only in England but in America. This is a good book and one that I believe will be widely read.’ Stanley Hauerwas, Duke University

If you are Trinity College Cambridge member living in or visiting Japan and like to join our meetings, or to contact us:

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Trinity in Japan meeting Monday 16 September 2019 in Tokyo with 21 Cambridge University PhD students and researchers in nanotechnology

21 University of Cambridge nanotechnology researchers in Tokyo

日本語版

Cambridge University nanotechnology researchers and PhD students
Cambridge University nanotechnology researchers and PhD students

日本語版

International Nanotechnology Symposium in Tokyo

21 University of Cambridge nanotechnology researchers in Tokyo

Monday 16 September 2019 15:00-21:00 in Tokyo

times subject to (small) adjustments

Purpose of the International Nanotechnology Symposium in Tokyo

Exchange of views on results and future development of different nanotechnology fields between 21 Cambridge University nano-technology researchers and PhD students, researchers and nanotechnology companies. Explore common interests, and potential cooperation.

University of Cambridge, founded 1209 AD

  • 107 Nobel Prize winners
  • around University of Cambridge: 4700 knowledge intensive companies, 560 high-tech manufacturing firms, 3000 IT and communication based companies
  • 2019 THE Times Higher Education Global University Ranking: Place 2 globally
  • 2019 ARWU Global University Ranking: Place 3 globally
  • 2019 QS Global University Ranking: Place 6 globally

Program (subject to adjustment)

15:00 – 19:00 (subject to adjustment)

  • presentations by Cambridge nanotechnology researchers:
    • Cambridge University NanoDTC
    • research presentations by Cambridge researchers
      • Session 1: Nanotechnology for Energy & Sustainability
        • TU – Plastic waste as a feedstock for solar-driven hydrogen generation
        • TL – Fibre-based optofluidics for sustainable photocatalysis
        • AG – Ultrafast charging Li-ion batteries
        • JM – Battery material degradation at the nanoscale studied by analytical electron microscopy
        • MJ – Understanding the nature of oxygen redox in Li-excess cation disordered rocksalts as cathode materials for Li-ion batteries
        • JT – Structure and ionic conductivity of metal-organic framework composites
        • TP – Light-induced patterning of structural colour
        • TB – Triboelectric textile for wearable energy harvesting
      • Session 2: Nanomaterials & Nano-biotechnologies
        • RM – In-operando SEM to Develop Manufacturing of Nanomaterials
        • KS – Hierarchical carbon nanotube structures
        • BS – DNA origami for enzyme biomimicry
        • RRS – Force-sensing artificial cells and tissues with synthetic DNA mechanotransducers
        • RG – The role of viscoelasticity in axon guidance during development
        • TN – Implantable electrophoretic devices for spatially controlled administration of nanoscopic drug carriers for brain cancer therapy
      • Session 3: Nanoelectronics & Photonics
        • BD – Photophysics of thermally activated delayed fluorescent emitters
        • TG – Quantifying disorder in hybrid perovskites for optoelectronics
        • JO – Gold nanorod – MOF core-shell composites as advanced surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy sensors
        • EW – Transition edge sensors for far-infrared space science
        • SM – 3D structured carbon nanotube infrared detectors
        • LS – 3D magnetic nanostructures for spintronics
        • TL – Manipulating single electron spins in silicon CMOS spin qubits
  • presentations by Japan based nanotechnology companies
    • NTT Basic Research Laboratories
      • Hideki Gotoh: Overview of NTT R&D and Basic Research Laboratories
      • Hiroshi Yamaguchi: Semiconductor Electromechanical Devices
      • Akira Fujiwara: Silicon nanodevices for metrology and sensor applications
    • Nippon Electric Glass Co. Ltd.
      • Shingo Nakane, Division Manager, Fundamental Technology Division: Glass products for future applications
  • panel discussion on developments in nanotechnology fields and possibilities of future cooperation
    • Cambridge University researchers
      • how we see fields develop
      • which topics we interested to work on in the future
      • indicate future career paths, e.g. move to silicon valley, become principal investigator/traditional research career, start a venture company
      • geographical interests, interests in Japan?
    • Japan based companies
      • future needs and interests. which topics are important. which business areas we see to expand
      • internationalization, global labs / business outside Japan. Foreigners in Japan.
      • interested in investing in ventures, corporate venture capital
      • possibilities for cooperation with Cambridge University NanoDTC

19:00 – 21:00 discussions and buffet

followed by after session / nijikai (not included in registration fee)

Location: central Tokyo (to be notified to registered participants)

Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Participation total number of participant: approx. 40-50

please contact us via the form below to enquire about registration and fees

Organizer and responsible

Gerhard Fasol

fasol.com

  • Eurotechnology Japan KK CEO and Founder
  • Kyushu University Guest Professor

previously:

  • GMO Cloud KK (TSE:3788) Board Director and Member of the Supervisory & Audit Committee
  • University of Tokyo, Dept of Electrical Engineering Associate Professor and Sakigake Research Project
  • Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, Laboratory Manager
  • Cambridge University, Cavendish Laboratory, Tenured University Lecturer
  • Trinity College Cambridge Teaching Fellow and Director of Studies
  • Cambridge University, Cavendish Laboratory PhD in Physics

Contact, registration and enquiries

please contact us via the form below to enquire about registration and fees

Cambridge University nanotechnology researchers and PhD students
Cambridge University nanotechnology researchers and PhD students

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30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Will meet on Friday 30 August 2019 at 7pm in central Tokyo. Professor Dominic Lieven, Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow of Trinity and one of the most eminent Russian and European historians is planning to join.

The charge is YEN 10,000 (prepaid before Friday 23 August 2019) for kaiseki dinner and two hours of unlimited drinks from a fixed menu.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Please register and prepay until Friday 23 August 2019. I will let those who registered know of the location.

Trinity College Cambridge Japan 30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow
Trinity College Cambridge Japan 30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow
Trinity College Cambridge Japan 30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow
Trinity College Cambridge Japan 30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow
Trinity College Cambridge Japan 30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow
Trinity College Cambridge Japan 30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow
Trinity College Cambridge Japan 30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow
Trinity College Cambridge Japan 30 August 2019 meeting with Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow

Professor Dominic Lieven, Trinity Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow

Professor Dominic Lieven’s most recent book Towards the Flame: Empire, War and the End of Tsarist Russia was selected as FINANCIAL TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR 2015, and was awarded the Pushkin House Prize – watch interviews with Professor Dominic Lieven here.

Professor Lieven’s recent book “Russia against Napoleon. The Battle for Europe, 1807 to 1814“, won the Wolfson History Prize and the Annual Prize of the Fondation Napoléon.

Here are some more of Professor Dominic Lieven’s works

To register:

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Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 26 July 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Will meet on Friday 26 July 2019 at 7pm in central Tokyo. The charge is YEN 10,000 (prepaid before Friday 19 July 2019) for kaiseki dinner and two hours of unlimited drinks from a fixed menu.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Please register and prepay until Friday 19 July 2019. I will let those who registered know of the location.

To register:

Trinity in Japan 26 July 2019
Trinity in Japan 26 July 2019

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Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 28 June 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Will meet on Friday 28 June 2019 at 7pm in central Tokyo. The charge is YEN 10,000 (prepaid before Friday 21 June 2019) for kaiseki dinner and two hours of unlimited drinks from a fixed menu.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Please register and prepay until Friday 21 June 2019. I will let those who registered know of the location.

Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 28 June 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 28 June 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 28 June 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 28 June 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan
Trinity in Japan

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Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Will meet on Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in central Tokyo. The charge is YEN 10,000 (prepaid before Friday 29 March 2019) for kaiseki dinner and two hours of unlimited drinks from a fixed menu.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Please register and prepay until Friday 29 March 2019. I will let those who registered know of the location.

Trinity Senior Research Fellow, Professor Dominic Lieven, plans to join us on 4 April.

Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven
Trinity in Japan meeting Thursday 4 April 2019 at 7pm in Tokyo with Professor Dominic Lieven

Trinity Senior Research Fellow, Professor Dominic Lieven

Professor Dominic Lieven’s most recent book Towards the Flame: Empire, War and the End of Tsarist Russia was selected as FINANCIAL TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR 2015, and was awarded the Pushkin House Prize – watch interviews with Professor Dominic Lieven here.

Professor Lieven’s recent book “Russia against Napoleon. The Battle for Europe, 1807 to 1814“, won the Wolfson History Prize and the Annual Prize of the Fondation Napoléon.

Here are some more of Professor Dominic Lieven’s works

To register:

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Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo

Japan’s corporate governance reforms

joint event with the alumni organizations of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/ Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 19:00 in Tokyo

On Thursday 7 March 2019 we will have a joint event by the alumni organizations of several French Grandes Écoles, HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec, and Trinity in Japan on Japan’s corporate governance reforms.

Topic: Japan’s corporate governance reforms

Everyone of us who wants Japanese companies to take major decisions, e.g. in major sales, M&A, as investor, or executive or employee benefits from understanding how Japanese companies take decisions at top level. Corporate governance is about how companies take decisions, and how this decision making is controlled. Reforms were initiated by PM Abe and Japan’s Parliament since 2015, mainly driven by the very low returns on capital by Japanese companies compared to Europe and US, and by a long series of scandals. 

As the major shareholder of Nissan, Renault shares responsibility for corporate governance at Nissan, and governance of Nissan directly impacts employment in France. Thus interest in Japan’s corporate governance has suddenly shot up in France.The speaker has several years experience as Board Director and Member of the Supervisory & Audit Committee of a stock market listed Japanese SaaS, cloud and cybersecurity group, and will give a practician view of governance at Japanese companies.

Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo

Speaker: Dr Gerhard Fasol

Dr. Gerhard Fasol, graduated with a PhD in Physics of Cambridge University.  He first came to Japan in 1984 to help build a research cooperation with NTT.  In 1997 he founded the company Eurotechnology Japan KK and has been working with hundreds of Japanese and foreign companies on cross-border business development and M&A projects. For four years he served as Board Director of a Japanese stock market listed company. He is also Guest-Professor at Kyushu University and was tenured faculty in Physics at Cambridge University,  Fellow and Director of Studies at Trinity College Cambridge, Associate Professor at Tokyo University’s Dept of Electrical Engineering, and also Guest Professor in Physics at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. In recent years he has been focusing also on questions of Corporate Governance at Japanese companies, a topic about which he is frequently presenting at a wide range of organizations in and outside Japan.

Event details and registration

  • Date: Thursday 7 March at 19:00 (Please try to be on time).
  • 19:00 – 20:00: Presentation and Q&A
  • 20:00 – 21:00 Cocktail
  • Venue: Aux Bacchanales Kioicho
  • 東京都千代田区紀尾井町4-1新紀尾井町ビル 1F
  • Shin Kioicho Bldg. 1F, 4-1, Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
  • https://goo.gl/maps/yuqAxJafe1s  
  • Registration: Please register using contact form below, no later than Friday 1 March 2019.
  • Please note that the last HEC event was booked out early, and some late registrations had to be turned away. So to avoid disappointment, make sure you register early!
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo
Japan’s corporate governance reforms: Joint event with the alumni of HEC, École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, Edhec, Essec and Trinity College/Cambridge University. Thursday 7 March 2019 in Tokyo

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JC de Swaan and Gerhard Fasol meet in Tokyo 4 Feb 2019

JC Swaan and Gerhard Fasol meet in Tokyo

JC de Swaan and Gerhard Fasol meet in Tokyo
JC de Swaan and Gerhard Fasol meet in Tokyo
JC Swaan and Gerhard Fasol meet in Tokyo
JC Swaan and Gerhard Fasol meet in Tokyo

Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 22 February 2019 in Tokyo

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Will meet on Friday 22 February 2019 at 7pm in central Tokyo. The charge is YEN 10,000 (prepaid before Friday 15 Feb 2019) for kaiseki dinner and two hours of unlimited drinks from a fixed menu.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Please register and prepay until Friday 15 February 2019. I will let those who registered know of the location.

Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 22 February 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 22 February 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 22 February 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 22 February 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 22 February 2019 in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting Friday 22 February 2019 in Tokyo

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Informal shinnenkai New Year meeting Friday 1 February 2019

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

On Friday 1 February 2019 at 7pm we’ll meet for an informal shinnenkai. There is no fixed charge, and we’ll split the cost expected to be around YEN 5000 each.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Registration is flexible, but in order to reserve space on a busy Friday, please register by Friday 25 January 2019. I will let those who registered know of the location.

Shinnenkai New Year meeting Friday 1 February 2019
Shinnenkai New Year meeting Friday 1 February 2019

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Informal bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 25 December 2018

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Informal Trinity bonenkai. Members are welcome to bring one guest.

On Tuesday 25 December 2018 at 7pm we’ll meet for an informal bonenkai. There is no fixed charge, and we’ll split the cost expected to be around YEN 5000 each.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome and each member is very welcome to bring one guest.

Registration is flexible, but in order to reserve space in the busy bonenkai period, please let me know by Friday 21 December if you attend.

Informal Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 25 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo
Informal Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 25 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo
Informal Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 25 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo
Informal Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 25 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo
Informal Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 25 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo

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Bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 18 December 2018

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 18 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo

  • 7pm – 9:30pm dinner meeting
  • after 9:30pm – nijikai drinks nearby

The fee including dinner and unlimited drinks will be YEN 10,000, nijikai drinks etc are separate.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Registration and prepayment until Tuesday 11 December 2018. I will send location details and account details for prepayment to those who register.

Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 18 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo
Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 18 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo
Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 18 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo
Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 18 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo
Trinity bonenkai year end meeting Tuesday 18 December 2018 at 7pm in Tokyo

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Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome

Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm

  • 7pm – 9:30pm dinner meeting
  • after 9:30pm – nijikai drinks nearby

The fee including dinner and unlimited drinks will be YEN 10,000, nijikai drinks etc are separate.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Registration and prepayment until Friday 23 November 2018. I will send location details and account details for prepayment to those who register.

Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm
Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm
Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm
Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm
Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm
Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm
Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm
Trinity in Japan meeting in Tokyo Friday 30 November 2018 at 7pm

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Our Master, Sir Gregory “Greg” Winter, awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Our Master, Sir Gregory “Greg” Winter, awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Read the official announcement:
https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/chemistry/2018/winter/facts/

Press release:
https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/chemistry/2018/press-release/

Trinity College website: “Sir Gregory Winter jointly awarded 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry”

see also Trinity College library: Nobel Prizes at Trinity College

Sir Gregory P. Winter: Nobel Lecture in Chemistry 2018:

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Trinity in Japan meeting on Thursday 25 October 2018 at 8pm in Tokyo

Trinity in Japan meeting on Thursday 25 October 2018 at 8pm in Tokyo

  • 8:00pm – 9:30pm dinner
  • after 9:30pm – nijikai drinks nearby

This time we split costs at the dinner, no fixed charge.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Registration until Friday 19 October 2018. I will send location details to those who register.

Usually we go for nijikai nearby.

Trinity in Japan meeting on Thursday 25 October 2018 at 8pm in Tokyo
Trinity in Japan meeting on Thursday 25 October 2018 at 8pm in Tokyo

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John Williams: The Trial – film preview on 25 June 2018. Franz Kafka’s novel moved to today’s Japan

The Trial – a film by John Williams

The Trial. Franz Kafka’s novel moved to today’s Japan. Preview 25 June 2018

Trinity in Japan member John Williams introduces his film “The Trial” at a preview on 25 June 2018 at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan. Here is a detailed report on the FCCJ website.

“The Trial” moves Franz Kafka’s novel to today’s Japan.

John Williams: The Trial: Tsutomu Niwa, John Williams, Rino Tsuneishi
John Williams: The Trial: Tsutomu Niwa, John Williams, Rino Tsuneishi
John Williams: The Trial: Tsutomu Niwa, John Williams, Rino Tsuneishi
John Williams: The Trial: Tsutomu Niwa, John Williams, Rino Tsuneishi

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Historic Takachiho Fluorescent Light Bulb Plant Saturday 23 June 2018

Trinity in Japan members at the historic Takachiho Fluorescent Light Bulb Plant

On Saturday 23 June 2018 some Trinity in Japan members met at the historic Takachiho Fluorescent Light Bulb Plant in the center of Tokyo.

Trinity in Japan members at the historic Takachiho Fluorescent Light Bulb Plant
Trinity in Japan members at the historic Takachiho Fluorescent Light Bulb Plant

Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner

The Revd Dr Michael Banner: “What is morality?”

The Revd Dr Michael Banner… “one of the brightest and most interesting young people doing ethics on the scene today”

The Revd Dr Michael Banner will join us on Friday 28 September 2018 for a special event.

  • 6pm – 7pm drinks reception
  • 7pm – 7:30pm The Revd Dr Michael Banner: “What is morality?” and an update on Trinity and on Cambridge University
  • 7:30pm – 9:30pm dinner
  • after 9:30pm – nijikai drinks nearby

The fee including drinks reception, kaiseki dinner and unlimited drinks will be YEN 12,000, nijikai drinks etc are separate.

All Fellows or members of Trinity College (Cambridge University) living in or visiting Tokyo are very welcome.

Registration and prepayment until Friday 21 September 2018. I will send location details and account details for prepayment to those who register.

Usually we go for nijikai nearby.

The Revd Dr Michael Banner, Trinity College Cambridge, Dean of Chapel and Fellow, Director of Studies in Theology, Chair of Alumni Relations and Development
The Revd Dr Michael Banner, Trinity College Cambridge, Dean of Chapel and Fellow, Director of Studies in Theology, Chair of Alumni Relations and Development

The Revd Dr Michael Banner… “one of the brightest and most interesting young people doing ethics on the scene today”

Dean of Chapel and Fellow,
Director of Studies in Theology,
Chair of Alumni Relations and Development, Trinity College

https://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/theology-religion-and-philosophy-of-religion/

Michael Banner’s Bampton Lecture in the University of Oxford, 2013, was published as The Ethics of Everyday Life: Moral Theology, Social Anthropology and the Imagination of the Human (OUP, 2014). The Bampton lectures were held since 1780, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bampton_Lectures

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Banner

Michael Banner – Birth and Human Flourishing

Michael Banner – Ethics for Lunch: Biotechnology and Respect for Nature: Jonas’s Dilemma

Publications:

Stanley Hauerwas wrote in his review of “Christian Ethics and Contemporary Moral Problems”
‘Michael Banner is an event waiting to happen. He is clearly one of the brightest and most interesting young people doing ethics on the scene today. He is a first-rate theologian who promises to be a new and long-standing voice not only in England but in America. This is a good book and one that I believe will be widely read.’ Stanley Hauerwas, Duke University

Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner
Trinity in Japan special event in Tokyo Friday 28 September 2018 with The Revd Dr Michael Banner

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