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News“2015 International Symposium toward the Future of Advanced Researches in Shizuoka University” was Held in Shizuoka University Hamamatsu campus

02/18/15

Professor Hideo Hosono


The state of the audience

Three bureaus Research Institute of Electronics (RIE), Research Institute of Green Science and Technology (RIGST) and Graduate School of Science and Technology (GSST) lead studies and education of doctoral course students in Shizuoka University (SU). They collaborated and held “2015 International Symposium toward the Future of Advanced Researches in Shizuoka University ~Joint International Workshops on Advanced Nanovision Science / Advanced Green Science / Promotion of Global Young Researchers in Shizuoka University~” for the first time in SU Hamamatsu campus Sanaru Hall on 27-28th January 2015.
Joint theme of this symposium was “the creative formation of the strategic conception on future vision of studies and globalization in SU”. SU had invited 28 guests from overseas and 5 guests from the country. Around 174 people from SU including Director Hidenori Mimura of RIE, Director Park Enoch Y. of RIGST, Dean Masaaki Nagatsu of GSST, teachers, master and doctoral students, and post-doctor researchers participated.
First day of the symposium, President Yukihiro Ito gave greetings, and Vice-President Taiichi Usui gave a lecture. Professor Hideo Hosono delivered a keynote speech. Over 200 participants listened his lecture. Afterwards, 4 invited guests delivered lectures. Professor Shoji Kawahito, Professor Hirokazu Kawagishi and Professor Naoharu Watanabe from SU gave their lectures. Through their lectures, they were able to send message about enhancement of their study and human resource development from SU. Moreover, Poster session program was carried out by young researchers and graduate students (50 people). They announced the result of their everyday studies. In the awarding ceremony of Welcome party, Mr. Tomy Abuzairi who was a second year student of doctoral degree course (Nanovision Technology) for Educational Division of GSST, won the highest award, and five others won an excellent prize.
Second day of the symposium, Director Rimi Nakano of Office for Science Policy Planning, Promotion Policy Division MEXT Research Promotion Bureau delivered a lecture about “On the Unified Promotion Policy of Science and Technology”. Over 200 participants listened her lecture. After that, 12 invited guests from overseas gave lectures.
As this symposium was co-sponsored by three bureaus, the fields of broad studies included many branches which were at the forefront like optronics device, materials, environmental and biotechnology. It became an opportunity for students to increase their knowledge and gave them motivation for further study than before by the prominent invited guest’s lectures and SU professor’s lectures.
SU heartily thanks all invited guests who gave a lecture and all the parties concerned with this symposium on this occasion.


The awarding ceremony


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