Students participating in the forum will report and discuss their research results with prominent researchers and corporate mentors from overseas partner institutions, mainly from the world's top universities, and will receive advice on their research. In addition, they will deepen exchanges in the same room with overseas participating students and conduct group work to cultivate an international perspective and acquire international collaboration skills.
To be able to appropriately explain their own research to mentor faculty members from the world's top universities and corporate mentors from companies participating in the InfoSyEnergy Research and Education Consortium, and to be able to reflect the advice they receive in their future research. In addition, they should be able to acquire an international perspective and international collaboration skills through exchanges with students from other universities.
Group Work, Dialogue with Mentors, International Perspective, International Collaboration
|Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Prior to the forum, we will provide guidance on preparation, so please make preparations in advance. During the forum, you will be assigned to a group with students from other universities, and you are expected to work in groups to tackle the assignments given to you throughout the forum. The forum is also an opportunity to receive direct guidance from international mentors and corporate mentors, so please think about the contents of your presentation and consultation in advance and receive appropriate guidance.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Guidance||This section provides an overview of the forum.|
Pass/Fail decisions will be made based on the activities and results reported during the forum.
Only for the students in Tokyo Tech Academy of Energy and Informatics Program.
The course sequence should begin from InfoSyEnergy-International Forum 1.