On 18th March 2019, AUN -SUN/SixERS organized an Academic seminar “Study in Japan 2019” aimed to introduce research activities of SUN/SixERS, and to give helpful information about research life in Japan for Thai researchers including graduate students.
At this event, three Thai speakers shared experiences of their research life in Japan, in addition to two academic seminars in which Japanese lecturers made presentations related to their research activities. Participants listened to presentations attentively and many questions were raised.
The lecturers of seminars and their presentation’s titles were as below.
Lecturer：Prof. Kohji Takei, Graduate School of Medicine Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Okayama University
Title：Cell Shape: When cell changes its shape, what’s going on inside?
Lecturer：Prof. Yoichi Nishimoto, Institute of Human and Social Sciences, Kanazawa University
Title：Study of Intangible Cultural Heritages: Case of Aenokoto Ritual in Japan
In the venue, SUN/SixERS universities and related organizations set up booths to provide consultations from students and researchers as well.
It was felt that the Thai researchers and graduate students are deeply interested in conducting research in Japan.