A performing approach to contribute in developing International research in Japanese Universities: The Humboldtian model – Humboldtisches Bildungsideal A concept of academic education that emerged in the early 19th century and whose core idea is a holistic combination of research and studies. The Humboldtian Model integrates the arts and sciences with research to achieve both comprehensive general learning and cultural knowledge. BACKGROUND 1. CNRS researcher for … Continue reading About Bernard CHENEVIER
On March 20th, a large BE-ARCHAEO post appeared on the web-site of the EU Delegation to Japan. It reported the kick-off of RISE (H2020) BE-ARCHAEO project, a major research and education outcome in Japan. The events were hosted on February 21st at Okayama University. BE-ARCHAEO is a large scale project combining Archaeology and Archaeometry and focused on the Kofun period in Japan. Continue reading March-20th-2019 — A large post on the web-site of the EU Delegation to Japan: BE-ARCHAEO kick-off and project introduction.
On February 21st and 28th Professors M. Nohara and T. Shuku welcomed prominent professors from Twente University and Torino University in International Seminars. The discussions gave rise to joint research ideas and… possible European projects. Continue reading 2 special International Seminars at Okayama University
As Okayama University is becoming increasingly ERASMUS oriented, a new Edition of the ERASMUS-Day started in 2014 will be held at Okayama University on April 11th (木) – 2019 All faculty members, students and staff are warmly invited to join: plenty of ERASMUS outcomes will be presented. And features of the up-coming 2021-2027 ERASMUS main features will be announced. You’ll also discover in particular amazing … Continue reading ERASMUS-Day (2nd) at Okayama University April 11th (木) – 2019 —- Tsushima Campus – International House
As a result of the SAKU program (Professor SHUKU was laureate in FY-2016) new International relations started between the Graduate School of Environment and Technologies and Twente University in Holland. A joint seminar will be held on Thursday 28th of February at the Graduate School. The speakers will focus on Numerical and Data-driven Modeling, a rapidly growing field of research at Okayama University. The visit … Continue reading Joint Twente University (Holland) / Okayama University Seminar — February 28th 2019
Seminar – “Materials for Energy” – Thursday 20th of February at Tsushima Campus (Okayama University) On Thursday 20th of February, a Seminar entitled “Exploration of Novel Energy Materials” was held at Okayama University. It was organised by the RIIS (Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences” of Okayama University and chaired by Professor Nohara, an expert in the field of superconducting and thermoelectric materials. Professor M. Baricco … Continue reading Exploration of Novel Energy Materials at Okayama University
Professor L. YOUNG will be hosted by Pr. Hideaki TAKEUCHI from the Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology. During his stay at Okayama University Pr. Larry YOUNG will have a series of discussions and meetings to plan future collaborative research. On March 28th he will give a URA International Seminar in the “trendy” Fukutake Hall on Shikata Campus of the University. This series of … Continue reading Professor Larry YOUNG from Emory University (Atlanta GA, USA) and Tsukuba University will be at Okayama University in late March-2019
BE-ARCHAEO is a large scale RISE (Marie Slodowska-Curie Action) program supported by the European Commission. The consortium of this program includes Torino University – Coordinator – Okayama and Lisboa Universities, Shimane prefectural Educational organisation, the International Research Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology (IRIAE) in Naples and a range of European small companies. The BE-ARCHAEO main objectives are focused on: Kofun period in Japan (from 250AD … Continue reading BE-ARCHAEO kick-off at Okayama University – February-21st (Thursday)