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Humathèque Condorcet (Open space dans l’espace Françoise Héritier) - 10 cours des Humanités, 93300 Aubervilliers

Etat des lieux pluridisciplinaire sur la situation à Fukushima

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Etat des lieux pluridisciplinaire sur la situation à Fukushima

Dans le cadre de son 50e anniversaire, le Centre de recherches sur le Japon organise l’exposition « Sur les traces de Fukushima – 福島の跡 » qui s’installe à l’Humathèque Condorcet du 22 septembre au 10 novembre 2023.

À cette occasion, un symposium International co-organisé en partenariat avec Mitate lab. (CNRS) se tiendra le 21 septembre 2023. Le vernissage de l’exposition sera accompagné de ce symposium.

To participate remotely

ID de réunion : 915 1891 1295Code secret : Mitate2023



  • 9h00-9h15: Présentation

Sophie AYRAULT (INSU-CNRS, tbc)/Aleksandra KOBILJSKI (CRJ – EHESS), (+INSHS – CNRS, tbc)


  • 9h15-9h35 : Olivier EVRARD (LSCE, CEA) Decontamination of Fukushima landscapes: Where do we stand in 2023?
  • 9h35-9h55 : Yoshifumi WAKIYAMA (Fukushima U., online from Japan) Particulate 137Cs dynamics in the Niida river basin
  • 9h55-10h15 : Seiji HAYASHI (NIES, online from Japan) Efforts to mitigate the risks associated with radiation exposure during the gathering and consumption of wild foods, with the aim of preserving regional dietary traditions
  • 10h15-10h35 : Atsushi NAKAO (Kyôto Pref. U., online from Japan) Contrastive fate of radiocesium from soil to plant depending on the type of mountainous sand for decontamination

10h35-10h50 : Pause 

  • 10h50-11h10 : Shimizu NANAKO (Utsunomiya U., online from Japan) Invisible Damage from the Fukushima Nuclear Accident and Gender Gap in Japanese Society
  • 11h10-11h30 : Masato TANAKA (Ôtemon Gakuin U.) The Significance of Choice of Residence in Nuclear Accident-Affected Areas ―What Choices Did Disaster Refugees Have Under Prolonged Evacuation?
  • 11h30-11h50 : Cécile ASANUMA-BRICE (CNRS, co-dir. Mitate lab.) The reopening of the former evacuated zone. Can we really talk of “reconstruction”? On the consequences of the urban redevelopment in the area
  • 11h50-12h10 : Takuya TSUJIUCHI (Waseda U.) Trends in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder due to Structural Violence 12 Years after the Fukushima Disaster
  • 12h10-12-40 : Table ronde

12h40-14h00 : déjeuner

  • 14h00-14h20 : Takuro SHINANO (Hokkaido U.) Prediction of Exchangeable 137Cs to Total 137Cs by using MIRs
  • 14h20-14h40 : Pierre Alexis CHABOCHE (IER, Fukushima U.) Quantifying the riverine sources of sediment and associated radiocaesium deposited off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture
  • 14h40-15h00 : Thomas CHALAUX-CLERGUE (LSCE, CEA) High-resolution reconstruction of sediment and radiocesium source contributions in a lake draining an ealy decontaminated catchment impacted by the main Fukushima radioactive pollution plume
  • 15h00-15h20 : Rosalie VANDROMME (BRGM) Dispersion of contaminant in the environment following the Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Accident
  • 15h20-15h40 Jean-Marc BONZOM (IRSN) et Clément CAR (IRSN) Ecological impacts in Fukushima Prefecture following the nuclear accident

15h40-16h00 : Pause

  • 16h00-16h20 : Valérie ARNHOLD (EM-Lyon) On the incommensurability of nuclear knowledges. Expert knowledge production on large-scale nuclear accidents in France
  • 16h20-16h40 : Maxime POLLERI (Laval U.) Post-political Uncertainties: Governing Nuclear Controversies in Post-Fukushima Japan
  • 16h40–17h00 : Marie WEISHAUPT (Berlin Free U.) Only parents can protect their children”: Self-evacuation, radioprotection and the negotiation of gender roles in post-Fukushima Japan
  • 17h00–17h20 : Chiara RAMPONI (Tohoku U.) The medical controversy around paediatric thyroid cancers 12 years into the Fukushima nuclear accident
  • 17h20–17h40 : Sébastien PENMELLEN – BORET (Tohoku U.) The Role of Memory and Mourning within the Social Reconstruction of Disaster Communities du Tohoku: 12 Years on
  • 17h40–18h00 : Table ronde

Conclusion générale