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Lecture in commemoration of the 50th anniversary and the opening of the Tokyo Satellite!

Next year, Kyoto University of Information Science will celebrate its 50th anniversary and The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics will celebrate its 10th anniversary.We are pleased to announce the opening of our Tokyo satellite.
Therefore, a commemorative lecture will be held in Tokyo as follows.We look forward to seeing you there.We also ask that you inform your friends and acquaintances.After the lecture, there will be an information exchange (reception).Please join us.

Date: Saturday, December 1, 2012 13:30-16:00
Venue: Tokyo Prince Hotel Takasago (Tel: 03-3432-1111)
After the lecture, an information exchange session will be held.

Lecture I

Mr. Masayasu Morita
Title :.
'What does it take to be a successful human resource in the coming global era?'
Lecturer
Masayasu Morita, Professor, Kyoto Institute of Information Science, President and CEO, Hitomedia, Inc.
Overview.
Now that the Internet has become a commonplace infrastructure, knowledge alone is not enough to be needed in society.We will discuss the key points necessary to become a necessary human resource in the coming global era.

Lecture II

Mr. Takao Futagami
Title :.
Twenty Years of Modeling and Embedded Development."
Lecturer
Mr. Takao Futagami (Toyo Technica Co., Ltd.)
Overview.
Ten years ago, model-driven district-type development began to flourish and gradually produced results.
In this section, we will discuss how modeling has impacted embedded development.
In addition, we will also discuss the findings from the robot contest for training embedded engineers.

Lecture III

Mr. Toshio Okamoto
Title :.
The Present and Future of e-Learning: The Importance of Nourishing Solid Academic Skills and Interaction
Lecturer
Toshio Okamoto (Dean, Graduate School of Information Systems, The University of Electro-Communications)
Overview.
About 10 years ago, just implementing e-learning was a new and fresh experience.Nowadays, e-learning is becoming commonplace.However, few educational institutions use e-learning for all faculty members and all courses, and there are still many companies that do not use e-learning for in-house education.In this talk, we will discuss what the future holds for e-learning.
Finally, we will introduce an example of The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics that uses e-learning efficiently.

Target: Alumni of graduate school/Kyoto Computer Gakuin, business people, university people
Capacity: Limited to 60 people (please register as soon as possible)
Participation fee: 3,000 yen (including materials and participation in the information exchange meeting)

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