A Visit from HKUST, Hong Kong

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Prof. King Lun YEUNG, Associate Dean of Engineering,  Hong Kong University of Science and Technology(HKUST), made a courtesy visit on Friday, April 14. Prof. Yukinori KOBAYASHI, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Prof. Takeshi OHKUMA, Dean of the Graduate School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, and Prof. Hideyuki IMAI, Vice-Dean of the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Hokkaido University warmly welcomed teh guest from Hong Kong. Prof. Toshiro OHASHI, who has a strong tie with HKUST also joined the meeting. Prof. YEUNG was the first guest  for the new Director of IEO, Prof. Norihiro IZUMI and the new Director of International Affairs Office of Engineering, Ms.Hitomi SATO after … Continued

A VISIT FROM HKUST, CHINA

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Prof. King Lun YEUNG, Associate Dean of Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), China made a courtesy visit to Dean Nawa. Prof. Yukinori KOBAYASHI, Prof. Toshiro OHASHI, and Prof. Itsuro KAJIWARA from Division of Human Mechanical Systems and Design,  and Prof. Masahiko ARAI from Division of Applied Chemistry  also joined the talk. Introduction of Hokkaido University was provided by Prof Toshifumi IGARASHI, Director at International Exchange Office provided. Specially-appointed Professor Toru YAMASHITA from CEED, and Ms Natalya SHMAKOVA, e3 program coordinator at Faculty of Engineering introduced the special programs. Faculty, Graduate School, and School of Engineering are looking forward to have further exchanges with HKUST.    

A Visit from HKUST, Hong Kong

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The first visitors in October 2014 were from HKUST Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.   Prof. Ting-Chuen PONG from School of Engineering, Assoc. Prof. Yasutora WATANABE from School of Business and Management, Mr Vincent CHEUNG and Ms Kennis CHAN at Office of Postgraduate Studies visited Office of International Affairs, toured at Institute for the Advancement of Higher Education to see their Open Education Centre, and then came to Faculty of Engineering. The purpose of 4 visitors here was to discuss the collaborating possibility of student/staff exchange including double degree programme, and introduce their scholarship scheme for Japanese students supported by BAI XIAN Education Foundation, Ltd., Hong Kong.  They … Continued