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HU professor featured in new video from Japan PM’s Office


In a new video released by the Prime Minister's Office of Japan, Professor by Special Designation Nahomi Aoto from Hiroshima University’s (HU) Research Institute for Nanodevices — alongside other industry leaders — delved into the prospects within Japan's semiconductor industry. 

Aoto shared insights on UPWARDS for the Future, the Japan-U.S. partnership fostering diverse talent in the industry, and the Setouchi Semiconductor Co-Creation Consortium, a collaborative initiative in the Setouchi region advancing semiconductor technology.

Also read: Hiroshima University joins landmark Japan-U.S. semiconductor partnership

"Through collaboration, we hope that not only companies and researchers, but also the students will see the momentum of the semiconductor industry as a catalyst to further develop our shared world," Aoto said in the video. 

"We encourage students to engage with cutting-edge technology and ideas, and be inspired to make breakthroughs in new fields moving forward."

Also read: HU professors featured in Japan's state-run 'KIZUNA' e-magazine


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