The 62nd Research and Presentation by TIEC Residents


Oral presentation

Networking party

As a global understanding workshop, we held presentation and poster session for international students living in the Tokyo International Exchange Center. This theme is "food". We provided opportunities to deepen our understanding of each country and promote exchange among participants.

1. Date and Time

Sunday, February 3, 2019
10:35am-2:00pm (Door opens 10:30am)

2. Venue

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

3. Program

1. Registration (10:30am-)

2. Poster Session and Exhibition (10:35am-11:30am) at Media Hall

<Poster Session>

(1) Soliman Aly Mohamed Ahmed (Egypt, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
(2) Getahun Bezawit Mekonnen (Ethiopia, Shibaura Institute of Technology)


(3) Team Kazakhstan (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
・Belgibayeva Ayaul
・Ayaganova Assem
・And four other people

3. Opening address (11:30am-11:35am)

4. Oral presentation (11:35am-12:40pm) at International Conference Hall

(1) Valenciano Bellido Sandra (Spain, The University of Tokyo)
“Spanish cousine: Beyond paella”
(2) Chandran Rajasree Silpa (India, The University of Tokyo)
“Exploring India through food”
(3) Zarma Haliru Ismaila (Nigeria, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
“Nigerian Food & Recipes...”The Whole World Should Know And Love“ ”
(4) Krishnan Ramesh (India, Hitotsubashi University)
"Surprising Food Cultures of Southern India"

5. Q&A Session (12:40pm-12:55pm)

6. Comment (12:55pm-1:00pm)

7. Networking (1:00pm-2:00pm) *TIEC Residents and Staff only


TIEC residents and open to public

5. Admission fee


6. The number of participants


7. Language

Simultaneous interpretation provided: Japanese and English

  • *Subsidized by the Nakajima Foundation
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