Sasagamine Field Science Course

Sasagamine Field Science CourseID Non-snow season: 9632 / Snow season: 9633

Aim
To learn survival skills as the basis for future fieldwork. Activities include:
- Wildlife observation
- Climbing Hiuchi Mountain (2,420m)
- Night-time bivouac practicum (improvised encampment)
Date
2016 FY
- Non-snow season
July 29 - August 01, 2016.
OR
August 01 - August 04, 2016.

September 29 - October 02, 2016.

- Snow season
March 22-26, 2017

2015 FY
- Non-snow season
July 23-26, 2015

October 1 -4, 2015

- Snow season
March 23-27, 2016

2014 FY
- Non-snow season
2014/07/22 - 2014/07/25

2014/10/15 - 2014/10/18

- Snow season
2015/03/25-2015/03/28

Host researchers
Professors Tetsuro Matsuzawa and Shiro Koshima

Link
About Sasagamine Hütte - Academic Alpine Club of Kyoto (AACK)
http://www.aack.info/en/sasagamine/
Useful information about Sasagamine Hütte; access, weather, amenities, and tips (recommended clothing and equipment.)
 

Non-snow Season 2016FYSeptember 29 - October 02, 2016


 

Non-snow Season 2016FYJuly 29 - August 01, 2016 / August 01 - August 04, 2016.


 

Snow Season 2015FYMarch 23-27, 2016


 

Non-snow Season 2015October 1 -4, 2015



 

Non-snow Season 2015July 23-26, 2015



Sasagamine International Workshop for Comparative Cognitive Science

This is the 3rd Sasagamine International workshop: The first one was held in 2010 as the satellite symposium for IPS 2010 Kyoto. The second one was held in 2014 as the satellite for IPS 2014 Hanoi. Both have focused on the tool use in nonhuman primates. The third one 2015 will look for the evolutionary origins of human mind in a broader perspective.
The Sasagamine International Workshop is financially supported by PWS and CCSN (Comparative Cognitive Science Network)

Foreign invited participants: Catherine Hobaiter (University of St Andrews)
Organizers: Tetsuro Matsuzawa and Misato Hayashi


 

Snow Season 2014FYMarch 25-28, 2015


 

Non-snow Season 2014October 15-18, 2014


 

Non-snow Season 2014July 22-25, 2014