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Nepal Forum: In search of possible collaboration between Kyushu University-Nepal

開催概要

Associate Prof. Toshinori Tanaka and Dr. Kumar Bhatta from Q-AOS organized the ‘Nepal Forum’ session on 19th Oct 2021. The main objective of this forum was to be a platform to talk/causally share the experiences, cultures, get to know each other, and enlarge the networks between the different scholars from Nepal and Kyushu University.
A total of 10 scholars presented their experiences in the forum. Out of them, six scholars were from Japan, and the remaining four were from Nepal. Scholars from different fields interestingly presented various topics, which was the main attraction of the forum. At the end of the meeting, all the participants decided to visit Nepal together in the near future. From this point, the organizers believe that it was successful and will further contribute to multidisciplinary collaborative research.

Program and presenter details:
13:30~13:40 Kumar Bhatta Opening greetings
13:40~13:55 Samundra Kumar Thapa (Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering)
13:55~14:10 Takako Suzuki (Associate Professor, Faculty of Language and Cultures)
14:10~14:25 Puja Lama Chief, Public Health Concern Trust, Nepal (phect-NEPAL) Department of Information, Communications & Documentation
14:25~14:40 Katsumi Doi (Professor, Faculty of Agriculture)
14:40~14:55 Fukachi Furukawa (Lecturer, Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies)
14:55~15:00 Break
15:00~15:15 Pramod Poudel (Director, Research Division, University Grant Commission, Nepal)
15:15~15:30 Katsuya Fukami (Post-doctoral Fellow, Material Management Center)
15:30~15:45 Yusuke Yoshikawa (ECO, IGC Japan, Representative director, NPO Colorobath, Global Shapers Community) 
15:45~15:50 Tanaka Toshinori, closing remarks
15:50~17:00 Open discussions

開催日

October 19, 2021

参加人数

25 participants

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