ITC Fukuoka 2023

25th-30th September 2023
Fukuoka International Congress Center, Fukuoka, Japan

Save the Date!! 25th-30th September 2023

 News

2022 06 22 Satellite Forum updated.
2021 10 20 1st Circular is now available.  
2021 10 20 HP Opened.

 Important Dates

Call for Papers :  1 August 2022 – 31 December 2022
Paper Acceptance :  Within two weeks after abstract submission
Online Registration Early Birds :  5 January 2023 – 30 June 2023
Regular :  1 July 2023 – 1 September 2023


 About FUKUOKA and LOGO

itc2023 logo
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In Japan, since ancient times there has been a tradition of using a decorative string called Mizuhiki for wrapping gifts. There are various motifs, materials, and ways of tying Mizuhiki, and each has its own particular meaning. The logo for the ITC Fukuoka 2023 is a graphic representation of a "plum knot" Mizuhiki, based on the motif of the plum, the prefectural flower of Fukuoka, where the conference will be held. The plum is a flower that endures the harsh winter and welcomes spring, expressing the joy of finally being able to reunite with friends. Once tied, the plum knot cannot be easily untied, and is therefore considered to be very auspicious, symbolizing "strong bonds," "protection from evil," and "better fortune."

ITC Fukuoka 2023
ITC Fukuoka 2023

25th-30th September 2023
Fukuoka International Congress Center, Fukuoka, Japan

Save the Date!!
25th-30th September 2023

 News

2022 06 22
Satellite Forum updated.
2021 10 20
1st Circular is now available. 
2021 10 20
HP opened.


 Important Dates

Call for Papers :
1 August 2022 – 31 December 2022
Paper Acceptance :
Within two weeks after abstract submission
Online Registration
Early Birds :
5 January 2023 – 30 June 2023
Regular :
1 July 2023 – 1 September 2023


 About FUKUOKA and LOGO

itc2023 logoume

In Japan, since ancient times there has been a tradition of using a decorative string called Mizuhiki for wrapping gifts. There are various motifs, materials, and ways of tying Mizuhiki, and each has its own particular meaning. The logo for the ITC Fukuoka 2023 is a graphic representation of a "plum knot" Mizuhiki, based on the motif of the plum, the prefectural flower of Fukuoka, where the conference will be held. The plum is a flower that endures the harsh winter and welcomes spring, expressing the joy of finally being able to reunite with friends. Once tied, the plum knot cannot be easily untied, and is therefore considered to be very auspicious, symbolizing "strong bonds," "protection from evil," and "better fortune."