About AASE


Spreading Knowledge and Passion.

About AASE

The Applied and Advanced Science Exchange (AASE) is an active professional community and registered as a non-profit organization (NGO) in Japan. AASE has devoted itself to disseminate a variety of knowledge and worked with a vision to share the innovations in fields of academia by building up an international platform. Nowadays, interdisciplinary research is increasing and playing a key role. In our interdisciplinary joint conferences, participants are able to share their viewpoints from different perspectives and seek new collaborative opportunities across fields. Up to 2018, AASE has set up international offices in Japan, Hong Kong, South Korean and Taiwan, and host over 30 conferences in 12 cities world-wide.

The Applied and Advanced Science Exchange (AASE) offers an extraordinary platform for networking opportunities and discussions to enhance research progress in various fields. From 2016, we have run a series of professional workshops, conferences, seminars and symposiums, and have built a reputation for delivering inspirational conferences with flawless execution. Our purpose is to facilitate networking opportunities for scholars and be the information resources for dynamic professional development opportunities throughout the World.


The footprints of AASE

The history of the AASE can be traced back to North-East Asia Academic Society (NEAAS), which was founded in 2003 and mostly consisted of professors who are from Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and China. With the booming development of academic activities and the number of members, the scope is no longer limited to North-east Asia, and the organization’s name has been changed from North-east Asia Academic Society (NEAAS) to Applied and Advanced Science Exchange (AASE) at 7th General Meeting.

 

 Our conferences footprints of the worldOur conferences footprints of the world


Japan Office:

28/F Shinjuku Park Tower, 3-7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 163-1030.

Korean Office:

Seoul, Jongno-gu, Tower 1, Gran Seoul, 33 Jong-ro, Spaces Gran Seoul, 7F, 01359

Taiwan office:

Science Building Ⅱ, Department of Physics, Chung Yuan Christian University, 200 Chung Pei Rd., Chung Li, Taiwan , R.O.C.