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(July. 15) The 71st TAOYAKA Program Seminar

The 71st TAOYAKA Program Seminar will be held on Friday, July 15, 2016.

Everyone is welcome. We look forward to seeing you at the seminar. 

 

■ Title : Toward Smart and Connected Communities: Challenges and Opportunities in Transportation 
■ Date/Time : Friday, July 15, 2016 /15:00-17:00
■ Venue : Large Conference Room, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation (IDEC) 1F, Hiroshima University
■ Speaker: Prof. Yinhai Wang, University of Washington
■ Language: English
■ Contact: TAOYAKA Program Office
E-mail: taoyaka-program★office.hiroshima-u.ac.jp (Please  replace ★ with @)                               TEL: 082-424-4697

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The 72nd TAOYAKA Program Seminar

The 72nd TAOYAKA Program Seminar will be held as below. We look forward to your participation.

■ Date & Time: 15:00-16:30, July 14, 2016
■ Room: Large Conference Room, 1F, IDEC, Hiroshima University (1-5-1, Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima 739-8529)
■ Lecturer: Suresh Dhakal, PhD
              Lecturer, Central Department of Anthropology Tribhuvan University, Nepal
              A Visiting Fellow at Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University
■ Topic: Land and food security question in Nepal: Can civil society initiatives be helpful in changing the situation?
■ Language: English
■ Contact: Taoyaka Program Office (Email: taoyaka-program★office.hiroshima-u.ac.jp)

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Academic Mentor Interview

8 articles of Academic Mentor Interview are now available on our website.

【Social Implementation Course】

Prof. Yoshida’s interview,  “Disadvantaged areas – Not necessarily remote areas They are within us”

Prof. Zhang’s interview, “What’s needed to solve social problems is to make people who are actually living in that society understand them”

 

【Technical Creation Course】

Prof. Matsumura’s interview,  “Giving assistance of biomass effective utilization technology in the less favored region”

Prof. Kadoya’s interview, “From cutting edge research on light and electromanagnetic waves, to their effective application and practical use in society”

Prof. Takahashi’s interview, “Developing production system and production management systems that are compatible with the user country”

 

【Cultural Creation Course】

Prof. Kawanishi’s interview,”How were disadvantaged areas born? Exploring the hidden possibilities of areas.”

Assoc. Seki’s interview,”Understanding the living cultures of Asisan regions, to become leaders with a broad perspective!”

Assoc. Togawa’s interview, “Southern Asia is a region with high potentials, and much can learned through interactions”

(June 10)The 69th TAOYAKA Program Seminar

TAOYAKA Program is pleased to announce that the 69th TAOYAKA Program Seminar will be held as follows:

■ Main Theme : Smart village park design with solar power in Kodani region of Higashi-hiroshima

1. Current Status and Future Issues of Rural Area Town Planning, in Higashi-Hiroshima(Mr. Takeo Kaguri, Organization for Kodani Community Development)

2. Technology of solar photovoltaics and regional development(Mr. Yoshiaki Date, Energia Solution & Service Co.)

3. Village Park Kodani Project(Prof. Naoto Yorino, Graduate School of Engineering at Hiroshima university)

■ Date : 16:20-17:50, Friday, June 10, 2016

■ Venue : Taoyaka Class Room(Free Space), on the 2nd Floor of Daigaku-kaikan, Hiroshima University

■ Language: English and Japanese(simultaneous interpretation provided)

■ Object Persons : Students and Teachers

■ Contact:Taoyaka Program Technical Creation Office
E-mail: taoyaka-tech-sect{at}ml.hiroshima-u.ac.jp Please replace{at}with @.
TEL: 082-424-4597

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The 70th TAOYAKA Program Seminar

The 70th TAOYAKA Program Seminar will be held as below. We look forward to your participation.

■ Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2016
■ Time: 3:00PM-5:00PM
■ Venue:  IDEC Small Conference Room, Hiroshima University (1-5-1, Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima 739-8529)
■ Seminar-1
– Title: Nutritional security and health benefits of ethnic foods in India and Nepal
– Speaker: Dr. Jyoti Prakash Tamang, Professor and Dean, School of Life Sciences, Sikkim University
■ Seminar-2
– Title: Methods of fish preservation for nutrition in Nepal and India
– Speaker: Dr. Namrata Thapa Tamang, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Zoology, Sikkim University

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(May 18 & 27) 67th & 68th TAOYAKA Program Seminars were held

In May 2016,  Social Implementation Course organized two TAOYAKA Program seminars, the 67th and 68th. Thank you very much for attending these seminars.

 

The 67h TAOYAKA Program Seminar
Date: Wednesday,  May 18, 2016   16:20-17:50
Venue: Room 204, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation
Title: A reconciled estimate of 20th century global mean sea-level rise                                       Speaker: Dr.-Ing. Sönke Dangendorf, Researcher, Research Institute for Water and Environment, University of Siegen, Germany

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The 68h TAOYAKA Program Seminar
Date: Friday,  May 27, 2016   17:00-18:30
Venue: Room 203, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation
Title: International Survey on Subjective Analysis                                                                   Speaker: Dr. Shunsuke Managi, Distinguished Professor of Technology and Policy;
Director, Urban Institute; Professor,  Departments of Urban and Environmental Engineering
School of Engineering, Kyushu University 

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Academic Mentor Interview

Five articles of Academic Mentor Interview are now available on our website.

市橋先生熊原先生Hans先生

Graduate School of International
Development & Cooperation
Prof. Masaru Ichihashi    

Graduate School of Education
Prof. Yasuhiro Kumahara 

Graduate School of Advanced Sciences of Matter 
Prof. Mattausch, Hans Jürgen                                 

Maharjan先生川野先生 

Graduate School of International Development & Cooperation
Prof. Keshav Lall Maharjan

Institute for Peace Science  
Prof. Noriyuki Kawano
 

 

(April. 27) The 66th TAOYAKA Program Seminar

The 66th TAOYAKA Program seminar will be held on Wednesday, April 27th.
Everyone is welcome. We look forward to seeing you at the seminar. 

Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Time: 14:35-16:05
Venue: Room 204 , Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation (IDEC), Hiroshima University
Title & Speaker

■ Seminar-1
◎Title : Housing in Mumbai: Trade-offs between accessibility, affordability and informality
◎Speaker : Prof. Arnab Jana, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
<http://www1.iitb.ac.in/>

■ Seminar-2
◎Urban Transformation in Ahmedabad City
◎Speaker: Prof. Prem Pangotra, Indian Institute of management, Ahmedabad
<http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/>

Registration: Not required
Contact: TAOYAKA program office
Tel: 082-424-4697
Email: taoyaka-program★office.hiroshima-u.ac.jp (Please  replace ★ with @)

 

(May 16th) Onsite Team Project Proposal Presentation will be held

Date&Time: Monday, 16  2016, 9:00-10:00
Venue: Large Conference Room, IDEC
Language: English

Presenters:
Ms. Novi Syaftika (Graduate School for Engineering)
Mr. Teguh Nur Rohman (Graduate School of Biosphere Science)
Mr. Nguyen Thanh Quan (Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation)
Mr. Nguyen Phu Toan (Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation)

Onsite Team Project is a class specially designed for Taoyaka Program. Taoyaka students with diverse backgrounds bring together their respective specialist knowledge to try to resolve multicultural coexistence issues.

Contact:
TAOYAKA Program Office, Tel: 082-424-4696
taoyaka-program{at}office.hiroshima-u.ac.jp (Please replace {at} with @.)
The seminar is open to the public. Participation as walk-in basis, but please contact the following to secure a place

Opening Ceremony wad held on April 6th

We would like to extend a warm welcome to thirteen students admitted to TAOYAKA program yesterday, April 6, 2016. Congratulations!!

As of April 6th, we have 46 students in our program from 14 countries.
We wish everyone all the best and the successful semester!

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