A Delegation of University of Turin conducted by the University Rector, Professor G. AJANI will visit Okayama University on Saturday May-11th. The Delegation will be welcomed at the Junko Fukutake Hall on the Shikata Campus by representatives of the Presidency team. A meeting will be organised to summarize the running numerous joint actions and explore new pathways to strengthen the collaborations. The University of Turin … Continue reading Okayama University is significantly up-grading its international profile: International Visit of a Top Delegation from University of TURIN, Italy
A Seminar focused on Innovative Materials for Energy will be held on next June 4th (Tuesday). A provisional program is available here. Okayama University members (Professors and students) are all invited to attend. Continue reading Advanced Materials for next generation Batteries
(The first one was held on Oct-20th-2014) The”2ND” ERASMUS-Day was held on April-11th (Thursday — Afternoon, at the seminar room of International House) at a moment when Pr. Dhimane and Dr. Patel (ERASMUS fellows from Sorbonne and key persons in the development of Okayama Univ/Sorbonne mobilities) were at Okayama for ERASMUS period. Second ERASMUS day program is here. First bite of the menu is down … Continue reading On April 11th (afternoon) — “2ND” ERASMUS-Day — at Okayama University.
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.
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)