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The Japan Prize Foundation chose Mr. Taiyo Ishikawa, a 2nd year master’s student from the Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, as the Japanese representative student for the “Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar”. In early December, he will be staying at Stockholm, Sweden for about a week to interact with young scientists, give a presentation of his research, and attend The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
Mr. Ishikawa applied for this seminar in order to “Discuss the use of science and technology with young scientists from all over the world and learn about the potential of these two topics from a broad perspective”.
He showed his enthusiasm by saying, “I’m very excited to discuss the importance of basic science and the implementation of science and technology in the real world, as well as to exchange opinions about my field of research, Transportation Engineering, with worldwide scientists.
A debriefing session about Mr. Ishikawa’s experience will be held at HU’s Higashi-Hiroshima Campus on January 8, 2020.
[Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar]
A seminar organized by the Swedish Federation of Young Scientists in cooperation with the Nobel Foundation every year in Stockholm, Sweden, in line with the Nobel Prize Week. The event brings together students from all around the world to participate in The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony and conduct international exchanges through research presentations and debates. Every year, The Japan Prize Foundation sends two representative students to participate in this program.
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