Dec. 12 (Thr.)
Presentation Archive is now availabe. Thanks to the authors, many of the PDFs and the presentation videos are open not only for participants.
May. 31 (Fri.) - June 3 (Mon)
May. 27 (Mon.) 2019
Excursion information updated to the Participant Guide
May. 24 (Fri.) 2019
Travel information added to the Participant Guide
May. 24 (Fri.) 2019
Program revised
Apr. 22 (Mon.) 2019
The LOC Secretariat Office will be closed during the following Golden Week holiday period in Japan: April 29 (Mon.) - May 6 (Mon.). We resume regular office hours on May 7 (Tue.).
Feb. 19 (Tue.) 2019
Regular Abstract and Travel Support Deadline, and Closing of Student Registration extended to March 11 (Mon.).
Dec.31(Mon) - Jan.4(Fri)
We are sorry, but the LOC secretariat office closes because of new year holiday week in Japan. It will restart on Jan. 7 (Mon.).
Dec. 04 (Tue.) 2018
Registration open
Dec. 04 (Tue.) 2018
Abstract submission open
Sep. 21 (Fri.) 2018
The Conference is reloaded as the IVC2019, and will be held from 31st May to 3rd June, 2019 at the same venue with a similar program.
Sep. 07 (Fri.) 2018
LOC is sorry but the IVC2018 is Cancelled because of the Earthquake in the early morning of 6th hit at Iburi, Hokkaido. SOC/LOC are now planning to postpone the conference in the near future.

Due to the powerful earthquake and its aftermath (including blackout) in Hokkaido, Japan, the International Venus Conference planned for September 2018 (IVC2018) had to be postponed. The conference has been rescheduled for 31 May - 3 June 2019 so it is renamed as IVC2019. The location will be the same as IVC2018 (Niseko, Hokkaido) and the Fujihara Foundation of Science kindly remains as the major sponsor of IVC2019 ("The 74th Fujihara Seminar").

The IVC2019 is the successor of previous series of Venus conferences (La Thuile, Aussois, Sicily, and Oxford), and will be organized by the Akatsuki team and the community in Japan. The conference is intended to cover all areas of Venus science with special focus on new results obtained from Japan's Venus Climate Orbiter "Akatsuki". Results from previous missions, from ground-based observations, numerical computations, and theoretical works are all welcome.

pdf International Venus Conference 2019 Poster (PDF, 140KB)