In Nov-2017 Okayama University and Tyndall Institute (Cork-Ireland) organised a first Edition. As the event met great success a second Edition was planned. From 2019 the conference will held every second year. The December 2019 edition is co-organised by Tyndall Institute, RIKEN-Spring-8 and Okayama University. About 60 invited speakers from around the globe (40% from North America and Europe) are expected and many of them … Continue reading Okayama University will co-host “Opto-X-Nano” (2nd Edition) from Dec-2nd – 2019
Under an exchange agreement connecting Okayama University and UNISTRA, professor Akiyama from the Graduate School of Medecine…. stayed for nearly 3 weeks at Professor MULLER’s lab. He gave several talks and in particular one at USIAS, the University of Strasbourg Institute for Advanced Study created in 2012 to fund excellent, original research in any scientific domain. And to serve as a place of intellectual innovation … Continue reading Professor Akiyama at UNISTRA (Strasbourg) April 2019 –
(Slide show of the visit is in the end of the text). Okayama University is now firmly anchored in a strong process to reach an internationally recognised global profile, a main thrust in the field of Excellence. Putting Research at the core of the development strategy is a major effort expected to significantly increase visibility and prestige of the University in all fields of activities. … 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
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.
Professor L. YOUNG will be hosted by Pr. Hideaki TAKEUCHI from the Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology. During his stay at Okayama University Pr. Larry YOUNG will have a series of discussions and meetings to plan future collaborative research. On March 28th he will give a URA International Seminar in the “trendy” Fukutake Hall on Shikata Campus of the University. This series of … Continue reading Professor Larry YOUNG from Emory University (Atlanta GA, USA) and Tsukuba University will be at Okayama University in late March-2019
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.