Okayama University is significantly up-grading its international profile: International Visit of a Top Delegation from University of TURIN, Italy

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

On April 11th (afternoon) — “2ND” ERASMUS-Day — at Okayama University.

(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.

March-20th-2019 — A large post on the web-site of the EU Delegation to Japan: BE-ARCHAEO kick-off and project introduction.

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 kick-off at Okayama University – February-21st (Thursday)

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)