Sociality Project・Symposium

Primates in Asian Anthropogenic Environments

DateNovember 3rd, 2023 (Friday, national holiday) 12:30-17:30
VenueScience Seminar House, Kyoto University (In-person only)
 Building shown as number 10 here
RegistrationClick here to register


12:30-12:35Opening remarks
Kaoru Adachi(Kyoto Sangyo University)
12:35-13:15Human-Primate Interfaces: Past, Present, and Future
Erin Riley (San Diego State University)
13:15-13:45Variety of human-macaque interfaces in Japan and population dynamics in natural groups
Tatsuro Kawazoe(Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
14:00-14:30Human-macaque conflict and responses of Taiwanese macaques to changing habitats in Taiwan
Hsiu-hui Su (National Pingtung University of Science and Technology)
14:30-15:00Current situation of wild Stump-tailed macaque’s research in Thailand, as the Buddhist country, and issues related to their interaction with humans
Aru Toyoda (National Primate Research Center of Thailand)
15:00-15:30Coexistence: A Holistic Approach
Paula Pebsworth (National Institute of Advanced Studies)
15:45-16:15Managing population growth of non-human primates in an urban landscape-Hong Kong SAR
Paolo Martelli (Ocean Park Conservation Foundation)
16:15-16:45Challenges of the expanding human-wildlife Interface in Singapore, with a focus on the long-tailed macaque
John Sha (National Parks Board Singapore)
16:45-17:30General Discussion




Gran-in-Aid Scientific Research (S) 19H05591
Gran-in-Aid Scientific Research (C) 22K12530; Gran-in-Aid for Young Scientists 22K18077