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KCG founder Dr. Shigeo Hasegawa celebrated his death

Hundreds of thousands of people who know the death of Shigeo Hasegawa, the founder and founder of Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG), is the Kanji Kyoto Station School and the Buddhist temple of Shigeo Hasegawa on July 2, 2015. It was held at Onji.Prof. Shigeo Hasegawa passed away on July 2, 1986 at the age of 56, but since then, this day has been used as a pioneer in information processing technology education. All students and faculty members are envious.“Kandou” is the name of Shigeo Hasegawa, meaning “a quiet space away from the world and indulging in meditation”.

At the commemorative lecture held at the Kyoto University Graduate School of Information Sciences at Kyoto Information Graduate University, KCG's founder and current instructor, Dr. Atsuko Hasegawa, entitled “The History of Computer Education Creation and Dissemination—The Trajectory of 52 Years of KCG Pioneer Spirit” Recognizing the importance of future information processing education in the early days of computers, KCG was established from a private school, and after that, support for cutting-edge computer education in Japan and overseas computer education, The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics. He looked back on the establishment of the university, the recognition of the distributed computer museum, and the course of the school that has always been a leader in this field.

After the lecture, the students and faculty moved to Million Chionon-ji Temple by bus and joined hands with the grave mark of Shigeo Hasegawa to pray for further development of Kifuku and KCG.In addition, students sold handmade fried noodles, hot dogs, shaved ice, etc. at the simulated shop at the school in front of Kyoto Station, adding to the liveliness of the event.

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