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Generous donations from individuals, institutions, agencies, and companies provide for a variety of financial support opportunities to attend the NSS MIC RTSD conference and short course program. This support is provided in the form of grants, each having specific requirements and credited against conference expenses. The NPSS Paul Phelps Continuing Education Grant, the Valentin T. Jordanov Radiation Instrumentation Travel Grant, the NPSS Child Care Assistance Grant and the Conference Trainee Grants will be available in 2021. Several awards are also available. The specific application deadlines are shown in the description for each award below. All applications and recommendations must be submitted online. For more information contact:
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IEEE Membership requirements: Not mandatory, Preferred.
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Yokohama is located in the centre of Japan, along the coastline of Japan’s Pacific Ocean, and one of the 15 Japanese Government-designated cities. The total population of Yokohama is 3.7 million persons, making the city the second largest after Tokyo’s 23 Wards. A number of foreign enterprises have established their branches in Yokohama by taking full advantage of the Yokohama Port which is an international trading port. Yokohama is a city of dreams for every Japanese person as well as its local citizens who are very proud of living here because it is not only very famous as a tourist mecca, but also has every urban function including, but not limited to, business and culture.
One of the joys of this area is that it is very pretty during the day, but absolutely gorgeous at night, and there is no better place to appreciate the view than from the observation deck of the Yokohama Landmark Tower. It is the second tallest building in Japan and on a very clear day it is even possible to see Mount Fuji.
The business district of Minato Mirai is very photogenic and receives tens of millions of visitors every year. In particular, the skyline is beautiful, and there is any number of places from which you can really appreciate it including but not limited to the Ferris wheel in Cosmo World Amusement Park, Kishamichi Promenade, and Yokohama Landmark Tower.
This area is one of the most popular and beloved in Yokohama where you can experience the history of this harbor town. One of the largest Chinatowns in the world can be found here as well as old architecture and classy hotels.