Research and Presentation Poster

1.Date and Time

Saturday (National Holiday), November 3, 2018
1:30pm-5:20pm (Door opens 1:30pm)

2.Venue

Media Hall, international Conference Hall, and Main Foyer 3F of Plaza Heisei
Tokyo International Exchange Center (TIEC),
2-2-1 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo

3.Program

“What is MY STUDY?”
(1)Registration (1:30pm-)
(2)Poster Session (1:30pm-2:15pm) at Media Hall
1.Aly Mohamed Ahmed Soliman (Egypt, Japan University of Science and Technology)
“3D Study on the Performance of Cooling Technique Composed of eat Spreader and Microchannels for Cooling the Solar Cells”
2.Vigneshwaran Krishnamurthy (India, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
“Current Developments in the Exoplanets Characterization”
3.Li Wenchang (China, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
“Fabrication and Analysis Fe-based Metallic Glass Spherical Micro Particles by Pulsated Orifice Ejection Method”
4.Mohammad Hossein Khozaei (Iran, Waseda University)
“Hydraulic Turbines: from design to refurbishment”
5.Sourav Mishra (India, The University of Tokyo)
“DermAI: Classification and Detection of dermatological diseases in absence of medical expertise”
6.Vincent Irawan (Indonesia, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
“Multiphasic material as supporting scaffold for articular joint injury”
7.Bhardwaj Amit (India, Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
“Role of startups to stimulate the Mobility Transformation in India”
(3)Oral presentation (2:30pm-4:10pm) at International Conference Hall
(*Including Q&A session)
1.Xu Yunkang (China, Waseda University)
“An Ontology-Based IoT Communication Data Reduction Method”
2.Oh Dongsuk (Korea, Meiji university)
“Estimating the optimal levels of liquid assets holdings of Japanese firms”
3.Sandra Valenciano Bellido (Spain, The University of Tokyo)
“Staphylococcus aureus: an approach to understand and fight the infection”
4.Man Ping Kwan (Hong Kong, Waseda University)
“Cosmology for pedestrians”
5.Mark Bookman (United States, University of Tokyo)
“‘For the Sake of Japan and World Peace’: Disability Justice at a Turning Point”
(4)Comment (4:10pm-4:15pm)
(5)Networking (4:20pm-5:20pm) at Main Foyer

4.Participants

TIEC residents, former residents of TIEC and public

5.Application fee

Free (Pre-registration needed)

6.How to apply

7.Language

Simultaneous interpretation provided: Japanese and English

  • *Subsidized by the Nakajima Foundation.

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Contact

Strategy Planning Unit, Student Exchange Programs Planning Division, Student Exchange Department, Japan Student Services Organization.
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