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3/21/2016_An Informal Meeting for Tomodachi@ Rice University Program participants _JSPS Washington Office
An Informal Meeting for TOMODACHI-STEM@Rice University participants was held on March 21th at JSPS Washington Office. This is a five-week research internship program for Japanese undergraduate students majoring in science & engineering (S&E). Participants will participate in a four-week research internship experience at Rice University and during the fifth week will visit Washington, DC to learn more about science & technology policy in the U.S. and international research collaboration. For these students, Dr. Nozaki, Director of JSPS Washington Office, gave a lecture about JSPS activities and fellowship programs. They were encouraged to work in the U.S for developing their own research.
09/28/2015 Information Session
JSPS Information Session was held on September 16th at Rice University, Duncan Hall. Over 20 participants including graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members attended the event. In the Info Session, Prof. Matsuda (Dean of the graduate and postdoctoral studies, Rice University) delivered an opening speech. After that, from JSPS Washington office, Director Prof. Nozaki introduced the overview of JSPS and Japanese research institutions, and Mr. Enami explained the details of fellowship programs for U.S researchers. Then, Dr. Kevin Kelly (Associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rice University) gave a talk about his experience as a JSPS fellow in Japan. The info session concluded with Q&A time with many interested …