Osaka University Students Poster Exchange Session
The annual OIST Science Challenge hosts undergraduate students from across Japan for a week of activities and networking, allowing them to interact and express their ideas for the future.
Selection workshop for students seeking admission to the PhD program in 2017
Seminar by Professor Limin Tong
Dr. Vincent Daria, Leader of the Neurophotonics Research Group, John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU, Australia
Many situations in a research environment can cause a large amount of stress and impact our daily lives. Some of us are able to deal with it easily, others have a harder time doing so. Come to the OIST cafeteria, Level B at 4 pm on November 24 to discuss with your colleagues and Ganjuu and get insightful tips and tricks on how to deal with stress and anxiety in both the workplace and at home!
All this while enjoying free coffee, tea and snacks!
Working in a Japanese company, Kaisha (会社) , as a foreigner is a very scary process that only few have attempted so far. Both the daunting hierarchy and bewildering Keigo (敬語) frighten most people away. On the other hand, Japanese companies are also famous in their generosity to provide a full range of career trainings and supports to their employees. To know how to get a entry ticket from Kaisha and how to survive in it, we invite you to join with us!!
*** The poster says B600 for the location but it is a typo, the location is B700, Lab3 ***
Title: "Microfluidics & Organs on a Chip" by Prof. Shuichi Takayama
Organization: University of Michigan
Talk will bw open to all OIST students and researchers.
Welcome Ceremony for Class of 2016 New Students
3rd Admissions Selection Workshop.
This workshop will target Japanese university students, and is timed to coincide with the main application and selection periods of the major research universities PhD programs across Japan. Students who come to the 2016 July workshop will generally be looking for entry to a PhD program in 2017.