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
An Exhibition titled “Journey into Crystals” was on display in the shape of “Kake-jiku-掛軸” (a traditional way showing Japanese art) at the Okayama Prefectural Science Museum (サイピア from 6th to 8th of January – 2018). « Journey into Crystals » is a set of panels introducing viewers to the role of crystals in science and daily life. « Journey into Crystals » was initiated in … Continue reading “Journey into Crystals” – “結晶への探検” : a mobile exhibition at the Okayama Prefectural Science Museum (from 6th to 8th of January – 2018)
Dr. Jean-Louis Hodeau from NEEL Institute/CNRS at Grenoble University visited Okayama University from Friday 5th to Tuesday 9th January 2018. Dr. Hodeau is a prominent international scientist in the field of Crystallography and a member of IUCr (International Union of Cristallography). He was invited by the Global Science Campus Okayama (GSCO) program which is supported by the Japan Science and Technology agency. At Okayama University, … Continue reading Dr. Jean-Louis Hodeau from NEEL Institute (Grenoble – France) was hosted by Okayama University in January 2018
University College Cork and Tyndall Institute have been prominent partners of Okayama University from 2014. In addition to many delegation missions on both sites, several major research related achievements resulted from the collaboration. For instance among the most recent ones: The joint Organisation of an International Conference at Okayama in November 2017, celebrating the 60th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Japan and Ireland. The … Continue reading Visit at Okayama University by Dr. M. Modreanu from UCC/Tyndall Institute in Cork – IRELAND – From Monday 22nd to Saturday 27th January 2018
Opening General overview Workshops Dr. Hodeau’s lecture Continue reading Snapshots of the “Journey into Crystals” – “結晶への探検” : a mobile exhibition at the Okayama Prefectural Science Museum (from 6th to 8th of January – 2018)
The “OptoX NANO” Nov -2017 Conference at Okayama has been endorsed as an official event celebrating the Ireland-Japan 60th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations. A special event was organised at the Convention during the Conference. During this special event several scientists from Tyndall National Institute and Okayama University have been presented technical talks demonstrating the strong connections between the 2 institutions. In particular Okayama’s two ASCENT … Continue reading International Conference at Okayama — Nov-2017– Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Japan and Ireland
The first international conference MTSA2017-OptoX Nano-TeraNano8 have been held in the historical city of Okayama from Nov-19th to 23rd 2017 at the Okayama Convention Center. This prestigious international event was focused on combined areas of science and technologies. World leading researcher have reviewed the current state-of-the-art topics and discussed the future prospects in their fields. The event was an excellent opportunity for Okayama University for … Continue reading International Conference at Okayama (South-West JAPAN) — Nov-2017–
In the course of her stay she participated as an invited speaker in the International Conference on “TeraHz Microscopies and Current trends in Optical and X-Ray Metrologies” held in Okayama from Nov-19 to 24th. On November 17th 2017, Professor M. ZOBEL from Bayreuth University gave a talk at Okayama University. This talk was given in the series of the prestigious seminars proposed at Okayama University : … Continue reading Professor Mirijam ZOBEL from Bayreuth University – Germany – visited Japanese research Institutions in November-2017.