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Conference on mass extinction at Tohoku University Japan

raman kumar biswas
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Dr. Kunio Kaiho

Confernce on mass extinction at Tohoku University Sendai Japan, held 14-16 June 2017. That was a successful international conference. I have attended and presents my research results on Permian Mass extinction. In the conference world renowned scientist attended and presented their research results. Dr. Evelyn from Italy, Dr. Junior Kaiho from Japan, Dr. Golam Bhat from Kashmir, India and many other famous scientist attended from the world.

After the conference, we have enjoyed the heavy dinner with Japanese Traditional Wine, Sake, and traditional sea food.

The most attractive session was during the dinner at night. We arrived in a hotel and there was a many varieties of food to eat. There no new bounds to take the food. As much as you can. Our supervisor also attended there and we took much of red wine and traditional foods as much as we can. Professor also we’re drunk there. Everything was very professional and systematic. There were many young scientist and gossip about the research. Until 12 am at night we were there.

I took some video of Dr Evelyn, one of my favorite researcher from Italy. She came with her husband.

I have enjoyed the presentation of Klity Grice, a famous scientist on permian Triassic mass extinction study. I have enjoyed the presentation of Dr. Kunio Kaiho , my honorable supervisor. Kaiho was the focal point and the main organizer of the IGPC 630 international conference at Sendai. Japan.

This type of coferrenc is not so easy to arrange. Because from the rest of the world we need to collect the scientist. Dr. Noritoshi suzuki, miss sizuya San, Mr Rony from Bangladesh and me Dr. Raman Kumar Biswas worked much in the conference.

I can not forget the conference because of the attractive people’s there.

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