On April-11th-2023, a 3rd Edition of the ERASMUS-Day (see programme) was held at the International House, on the Tsushima Campus of Okayama University. The full day international programme was opened by an Introduction of main features of ERAMUS+ (2021-2027) delivered on line from the EU Delegation in Tokyo (Richard Kelner). Then several Universities partnering in ERASMUS were given the opportunity to introduce their ERASMUS strategies, … Continue reading ERASMUS-Day (3rd Edition) @ Okayama University – April-11th-2023
WANG Jing — Okayama University – Quantum Universe Division- PhD 1st year. Internship at the LPNHE – Sorbonne University- Science (LPNHE: Laboratoire de Physique Nucléaire et de Hautes Energies —- https://lpnhe.in2p3.fr/) – 4 months internship, from September to December, 2022 One of the important purposes of my stay in Sorbonne University (SU) was to work under the guidance of the researcher in charge of the XENON … Continue reading The search for the mysterious “Dark Matter”: Jing tells us about his experience between China, Japan (Okayama) and France (SU)
In the frame of a long-term partnership between Okayama and Strasbourg (UNISTRA) Universities, Dr. A. Wagner stayed for 2 weeks from Nov-7th at Okayama where he had a tight agenda: In addition, he had a range of unformal meetings and discussions with researchers, in particular to set up preliminary conditions of IP sharing for joint start-up projects. As one of the outcomes of the visit, … Continue reading Dr. Alain Wagner (CNRS and Strasbourg University) recently added strong momentum to the Okayama University / UNISTRA partnership.
Dr. A. WAGNER from CNRS / Strasbourg University will stay 2 weeks at Okayama University from November 7th – 2022 in the framework of a longstanding joint Mobility programme. The agenda of visit will include, in addition to numerous meetings with specialists of DDS and biorthogonal chemistry (see Chemistry Nobel Prize – 2022), 2 talks of the URA International Seminar series, open to researchers and … Continue reading Okayama and Strasbourg Universities – Mobility programme.
Japan is among the world top countries for the number of CNRS structured collaborations and MULTIDIM has been recently awarded as one of them. It is an International Research Project (IRP) supported by CNRS (MULTIDIM). MULTIDIM is coordinated by the team in Strasbourg headed by Dr. Alberto BIANCO. At Okayama University Pr. Yuta NISHINA is the leader. At the event, the CNRS Tokyo Office was … Continue reading On September – 22nd -2022, a delegation from CNRS (Tokyo Office) visited Okayama University to kick off the MULTIDIM project (IRP) – Main commitments of the university in HORIZON EUROPE were also highlighted
Maëva, Jean-Baptiste and Martin have now returned to their University in France. They will keep wonderful memories of their stay. They could performed excellent research in a very professional environment. They also enjoyed a lot of features of Japanese culture. Go to their videos and their TAKENOKO reports. Continue reading TAKENOKO fellows at Okayama University: research internship meant great “science and cultural” accomplishment
Recent advances in the field of Archaeology will be high-lighted. Including specific emphasis on BE-ARCHAEO outcomes on the Kofun period in Japan – Read more and Flyer Continue reading BE-ARCHAEO organises a Summer School at Okayama University (27 – 28 and 29th of September 2022)
The current world of higher education (HE) has been shaped by two forces: the humanistic traditions of university governance and the neo-liberal reforms of the past thirty years. With its successes and discontents, this hybrid system faces major crises that affect its ability to respond to the needs of society: the tension between traditional and neo-liberal academic values; the biased evaluation and assessment of quality … Continue reading HESPRI – Elevating Higher-Education policies: an empowering SPRIngboard – The “Humanities” in the spotlight at Okayama University: after BE-ARCHAEO, a second MSCA-Staff-Exchange project is supported by the European Commission.
Modern Archaeology concepts require access to computer-based systems, such as semantic Data Base schemata, to properly sort out the knowledge about the excavation activities and the collected artefacts. And ultimately to get improved access to full understanding of the archaeo-process. The job by Pr. Lombardo and his colleagues is a world-first for semantic representation and linked data applied to both archaeology and archaeometry. Read more… Continue reading BE-ARCHAEO: Pr. V. LOMBARDO from Turin University is bringing new advanced expertise to Okayama University in the field of AI, Data Base and Virtual Reality for Archaeology