OIST Café in Tokyo

Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Time: 14:00-17:00 (Door opens at 13:45). Free Entrance.
Venue: FabCafe Tokyo

Welcome to OIST Café

OIST Café is a casual science information session to introduce the OIST PhD program and Research Internship. What do cutting-edge research and education look like? What are the qualifications and criteria to get into graduate school? OIST members are coming to Tokyo to answer all your questions!

Participants: Anyone interested in PhD and Research Internship at OIST

Capacity: 30 people

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Shinobu Nomura (Postdoctoral Scholar)
Optical Neuroimaging Unit
Graduated from Tsukuba University (Master), University Pierre and Marie Curie (Doctoral)

A smiling young Japanese woman holding a mouse stuffed animal toy.

Hello, I am a post-doc scholar in Optical Neuroimaging Unit. I studied biotechnology and biochemistry at the university in Japan. After several years of working experience, I went to France to do my PhD project. Now I am working on neuroscience. I would like to share my experience, studying abroad and working as a young researcher at OIST.

Collin Stecker (PhD student)
Energy Materials and Surface Science Unit
Graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Bachelor)

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Hi everyone! I am a PhD student at OIST working with Professor Yabing Qi in the Energy Materials and Surface Science Unit. I come from the U.S., where I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a major in Chemistry and Japanese language. I am interested in alternative energy in general, with my research focusing on solar energy materials. I hope to share my experience of what student life is like at OIST! In my free time I like to train capoeira and drink craft beer. I look forward to meeting everyone!


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