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Held a lecture to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the foundation and the opening of Tokyo Satellite!

Lecture at the Tokyo Prince Hotel in Minato-ku, Tokyo on December 1 in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the kcg.edu group next year and the opening of the Tokyo Satellite in October this year by the Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI). A meeting was held and many participants including alumni gathered.At the lecture, three lecturers talked about IT and human resource development, and the participants listened to the story with a deep nod.

First, Prof. Masayasu Morita, KCGI professor (President and CEO, Human Media Co., Ltd.) “What is necessary to become a human resource active in the future of the global era?”And talked about the points to become a global human resource.Professor Morita, the head of the Tokyo Satellite, said, “Many students come from all over the world and contribute to society while learning about the Tokyo Satellite, start up a company, or learn while working.In addition, a global network of graduates can be created by gathering people from around the world.I want to do that.I want to create a good educational environment while working hard with Kyoto main school. "

Next, Takao Futami (Toyo Technica Co., Ltd.), who is a technical advisor to the robot contest “ET Robot Con”, which is also related to our university, is one of the leaders of embedded technology in Japan. “20 years of modeling and embedded development” The lecture was titled.Mr. Nigami talked about his experience with ET Robocon, saying, “The future of Japan should be motivated to tackle completely new issues, not to keep up with the people who are technologically ahead.” It was.

Lastly, Toshio Okamoto, Director of the University of Electro-Communications (Professor, Graduate School of Information Systems), gave a lecture entitled “Present and Future of e-Learning: The Importance of Solid Ability for Skills and Interaction” .Prof. Okamoto said, “From now on, education in Japan should generate discoverable knowledge, not textbook and procedural knowledge, and develop human resources with problem-solving skills.”

After the lecture, an information exchange meeting (a social gathering) was held in a separate room, where the speakers and participants talked together and expanded the circle of exchange.

Here are some comments from Professor Morita.

  • Against the policy of promoting student education from the perspective of globalization and diversity, I once again felt the future of Kyoto Information Graduate University.
  • It was a wonderful lecture.I think that it will become a global school by taking advantage of the unique characteristics of other universities.If you can make a curriculum that other universities (especially national universities) and others that Morita will teach you, Japan will change.
  • I felt sympathy for the human resource development policy that was directly connected to the business and from a management perspective.
  • I felt powerful about the lectures based on abundant experience in both industry and academia.I think you have the belief that academics that cannot be applied are meaningless.
  • The philosophical and essential questioning was very exciting.
  • Just how to use your knowledge as wisdom.I really felt sympathy for this word because I felt it was very important for the seminars I attended recently and my own work.I was very interested in how the Tokyo satellite will spread in the future.
  • I sympathized with the need for not only knowledge of technology, but knowledge of business and the wisdom to connect business and knowledge.I am currently listening to lectures from other graduate schools, but I would also like to consider Tokyo Satellite.

 

Lecture by Professor Masayasu Morita
Lecture by Professor Masayasu Morita

 

Lecture by Takao Nigami
Lecture by Takao Nigami
Lecture by Prof. Toshio Okamoto
Lecture by Prof. Toshio Okamoto
Participants toasting at an information exchange meeting
Participants toasting at an information exchange meeting
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Participant exchange 1
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