International Conference 2019 on Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development
Aug. 30 - Sept. 1, 2019, Chiba University, Japan

This is a conference information page of SPSD2019 held at Chiba University. Please also see spsdcommunity.org/spsd-2019-chiba/ for official information.


On-line registration is closed now. On-site registration is possible but credit card cannot be used. (Normal:¥20000, Student:¥10000)
Schedule of the excursion is open now. Please send a mail to "spsd_2019@yahoo.co.jp" to participate.
Details are shown on Tojotei Museum of History and Campus Tour on 30th Aug as welcome event. Because registration in the morning of 31st is supposed to be crowded, we appreciate your early registration on 30th.
Program with session chair is shown.
Photos are shown.


Tojotei Museum of History and Campus Tour
Group Photo of SPSD2019
Enjoy! 360 degree Group Photo of SPSD2019
Kashiwanoha Aqua Terrace Excursion
Kashiwanoha Aqua Terrace Excursion 2


Please download from here.

Proceedings of SPSD2019



August 30th
13:00 ~ 17:00 Registration
14:30 ~ 17:00 Tojotei Museum of History and Campus Tour

August 31st
08:00 ~ 09:00 Registration
09:00 ~ 09:10 Opening remarks
09:10 ~ 11:00 Keynote Speeches
11:00 ~ 11:20 Break
11:20 ~ 12:50 Session Period 1
12:50 ~ 14:20 Lunch Break
14:20 ~ 15:50 Session Period 2
15:50 ~ 16:10 Break
16:10 ~ 17:40 Session Period 3
18:00 ~ 20:00 Banquet

September 1st
08:40 ~ 10:10 Session Period 4
10:10 ~ 10:30 Break
10:30 ~ 12:00 Session Period 5
12:00 ~ 17:00 Excursion

Welcome Events on 30th Aug
Tojotei Museum of History and Campus Tour

You can visit Matsudo Campus and Tojotei Museum of History after regstration. You can enter Tojotei Museum of History free of charge. Please enjoy beautiful Japanese garden and histrorical Japanese style house.
Tojotei Museum of History Homepage (in multiple language)
Tojotei Museum of History Homepage (in Japanese)
Photos of Matsudo Campus (in Japanese)


Redevelopment City Coexisting with Nature

Please see the Excursion PDF on the details and
image of Center of Environmental, Health and Field science