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President Hasegawa, who is also the president of the International Women's Conference "WAW!The proposal was made at the "Government-sponsored

Wataru Hasegawa, President of the KCG Group, which includes Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) and Kyoto Computer Guraduate Institute of Informatics (KCGI), attended the government-sponsored "International Women's Conference WAW!(WAW!(2022), where he participated in discussions with top leaders from Japan and abroad.Mr.

KCG "Digital Day" Commemorative Lecture to be Delivered on October 2

The KCG Group, centered on Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG), Kyoto College of Information Technology (KCGI), and Kyoto College of Global Motor Vehicles (KCGM), will deliver a commemorative lecture online on Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 14:00 to coincide with the "Digital Day" established in 2021.Hiroto Chiba, Professor at Kyoto Institute of Information Science and Director of KCG Museum, who specializes in the history of computers, will discuss the development of science and technology, including digital devices, from the perspective of comparing past science fiction and the reality of 2022, under

KCGI's Mr. Hayashi presents his graduate research results at IEICE

Mr. Hayashi, a student at the Kyoto College of Informatics (KCGI), presented his research results at KCGI in the Fundamentals and Boundary Society/NOLTA Society Section of the 2022 Society Convention held online by the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) on September 6, 2022.The conference is one of the largest in Japan with approximately 26,000 members, including IT professionals and students, and this presentation demonstrated the high level of KCGI to IT professionals.It will be an encouragement to other current students.

Come try your hand at Ukrainian! Courses for the general public will be offered.

Starting in October 2022, Kyoto College of Informatics (KCGI) will offer an online "Ukrainian for Daily Life and Communication" course for those new to Ukrainian.Anyone is welcome to attend.Applications are due by September 20.

The instructor is KCGI Professor Viktoria Migdaliska, who used to teach Japanese at a university in Ukraine.Why not learn Ukrainian and use it to help displaced Ukrainians and communicate with Ukrainian people?