In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG), the 10th anniversary of the founding of The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI), and the 1st anniversary of the opening of the KCGI Sapporo Satellite, a commemorative lecture entitled "Sending Out to the World from Here in Sapporo" will be held at Hotel Okura Sapporo on February 19 (Tuesday) from 16:00.
There will be two speakers.First, Professor Tsuyoshi Yamamoto of Hokkaido University Graduate School will give a lecture on the development and future prospects of industry-academia collaboration in the IT field in Sapporo under the title of "Industry-Academia Collaboration in IT: Present, Past and Future of Sapporo Valley".Next, Hiroyuki Ito, president of Crypton Future Media Inc., the company that created "Hatsune Miku," will talk about the present, past, and future of the movement sparked by "Hatsune Miku" under the title "Think Global, Act Local.
The lecture is free of charge.A reception will follow the lectures (fee: 3,000 yen for adults, 1,000 yen for students).
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http://kcg.edu/50th/events/記念講演会 "Let's send the message from here in Sapporo to the world."