17 Jan.: Program 2-weeks stay in Tokyo (March 2014; Financially supported by TUAT)www
To “remember” us: You may seek “AIMS TUAT” using Google, etc.
================================================================= “ASEAN Initiative to foster next generation talents to lead environmentally friendly food production, technological innovation and regional planning”.
A short-program (2-15 March 2014)
See detail: www.tuat.ac.jp/~nomalab/aims_short_2014/
2 weeks stay, in Tokyo for 20 students from Indonesia/Malaysia/Thailand. (Number of students from ITB: 4 (four))
Fully-sponsored by TUAT and TMU. Campus tour, Elementary Japanese & Culture, Basic Academic Skills, Laboratory Tour, Plant Tour, Cultural Tours.
Related schedules (for ITB)
* 27-28 January 2014: TUAT members visit ITB, for program explanation to ITB staffs (27 Jan.) and students (28 Jan.) Members:
– Vice-Dean Engineering, Masaki NAKAGAWA (Prof., Computer & Information Sciences) – Profile.
– Koji IKEDA (A/Prof., Mechanical Systems Engineering)
– Wuled LENGGORO, Coordinator for TUAT-ITB relations (A/Prof., Chemical Engineering)
– Atsushi HATAKEYAMA (A/Prof., Applied Physics)
– Masafumi YOHDA (Prof., Biotechnology and Life Science)… with his seminar at School of Pharmacy (See: Photo)
Course at TUAT Faculty of Technology, Koganei campus: Technological Innovation with Sustainable Environment Course: Networks:
TUAT <> Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Indonesia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), and King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand. Fields: Biotechnology and Life Science, Applied Chemistry, Organic and Polymer Materials Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Systems Engineering, Applied Physics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Computer and Information Sciences