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Japan-Taiwan Conjoint Conference at National United University in Taiwan

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2017.10.30

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Mr. Tung-Hu Tsai, the president of National United University in Taiwan, giving an opening speech.

The first Japan-Taiwan Conjoint Conference was held at National United University in Taiwan on September 8th. Teachers and students of Ube Kosen attended and gave a research talk at the conference.

Teachers and students from 8 Kosen schools, mainly Kosen schools from the fourth block (Chugoku and Shikoku districts), a total of 50 people attended the conference and they were divided into 3 sessions and gave a research talk.

This conference was suggested by Mr. Tung-Hu Tsai, the president of National United University in Taiwan. When he visited three Kosen schools, which have concluded an exchange agreement with National United University in Taiwan, and the main office of National Institute of Technology, they talked about their future exchanges, and Mr. Tung-Hu Tsai suggested this conference.

The Japanese presentations and the three sessions were decided by mainly our school, Ube Kosen.

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Mr. Mitani, the president of Ube Kosen, giving a speech.

Mr. Taniguchi, the president of National Institute of Technology, also attended the conference and gave a keynote speech at the beginning of the conference.

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Mr. Taniguchi, the president of National Institute of Technology, giving a keynote speech.

Questions and Answers was actively engaged at each session, and the conference was crowded throughout the day.

The second conference will be held in Okayama city hosted by Ube Kosen next July. This conference will become established as one of new events of Kosen.

Mr. Kokoro Fukudome, who gave a research talk at the 1st session. (the 1st grade of Advanced Course of Production Systems Engineering)

I presented a result of my 2 months research in Taiwan at the conference. I got nervous about presentation and Qs and As in English, but I could receive feedback from President Taniguchi, so it was great experience for me.
I want to make use of my experience of this conference in my future research from now on.


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