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
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)
(The first one was held on Oct-20th-2014) The”2ND” ERASMUS-Day will be held on April-11th (Thursday — Afternoon, at the seminar room of International House) at a moment when Pr. Dhimane (ERASMUS fellow from Sorbonne and key person in the development of Okayama Univ/Sorbonne mobilities) would be at Okayama for her ERASMUS period. A preliminary list of speakers include: Richard KELNER – ERASMUS programs at the … Continue reading On the April 11th (afternoon) — “2ND” ERASMUS-Day — at Okayama University.
From FY-2016, the number of European students (MASTER level) undergoing a research training period at Okayama University is increasing gradually and drastically: in the FY-2019 season, the 100 th students will be welcomed. The Internship minimum duration is 3 months and there is virtually … no upper time limit. The fields where students like to apply are mainly Materials Science, Computer Science and Modelling, Physics, … Continue reading FY-2019: “110” : Nice fiscal year for European Master level Students at Okayama University !!
The SAKU program is a multiannual support program to provide strategic support to young talented researchers. The aim is to help them to enhance their research potential and expertise domestically and globally. A 8 (2 sites) or 10 days (3) financial support is provided for networking purposes only. This program is open to those who wish to increase their international research profile by building connections … Continue reading SAKU (FY-2018): 4th edition of a support program for young talented researchers at Okayama University
A mobility program started in 2017 between Strasbourg University (UNISTRA) in France and Okayama University. In October 2018 Professor Muller joined the program and spent 2 weeks in the research group headed by Professor T. Kuboki from the Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceuticals. Sylviane Muller is a Distinguished class research director in the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and Professor … Continue reading Professor S. MULLER from Strasbourg University for 2 weeks at Okayama University.
“Archaeology and Science” from the excavation to the restoration of the archaeological find. A joint workshop on archaeometry, Okayama University-Turin University European H2020 MSCA RISE 2018 BE-ARCHAEO project. DAY ONE: Monday 27/08/2018, DAY TWO: Tuesday 28/08/2018. At the seminar room 2-10, Building 1 of the Faculty of Letters, Law and Economics Okayama University. Program is here (PDF file) Continue reading “Archaeology and Science”: A workshop of BE-ARCHAEO (a H2020-RISE project)
A delegation from the Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes in France visited Okayama University on May 15. This was a second visit after May 2017. This visit offered the opportunity of a review meeting of all collaborative activities presently ongoing and those to be possibly developed. From left to right: Ms. Elisa GLANGEAUD, Head of the International Relation Office, Sandrine Vernet from “Sciences Po”, Ms Caroline PIETON in … Continue reading Second visit of the Community of Universités Grenoble Alpes at Okayama University: strengthening a “promising powerful partnership” May 15th, 2018