The research component of the MSc program and the entire PhD program are conducted under the supervision of one or more of the School’s faculty. Students have opportunities to work with suitable members of staff to satisfy their own requirements and research interest.
Special lecture “Global dietary transition” by Professor Vaclav Smil was held on 4 October, 2016. Professor Smil (http://www.vaclavsmil.com) is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Manitoba, Canada and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (Science Academy). In 2010, he was named by Foreign Policy as one of the top 100 global
Graduate ceremony/Diploma Presentation was held on September 15 for 6 students in Master’s program and 1 student in Ph.D program for IPADS/Department of Global Agricultural Sciences at Yayoi campus. IPADS also welcomed 17 new students, 11 for Master’s program and 6 for Ph.D program on September 22. Welcome to IPADS/Department of Global Agricultural Sciences!
Wang Fan 1st year doctoral student, IPADS (September 2014 Entry) Laboratory of Plant Biotechnology Native Country: China “Coming to University of Tokyo was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I can not only devote myself to research which I am interested in but also enjoy exciting and colorful activities. I experienced a
IPADS/Department of Global Agricultural Sciences MSc/PhD Thesis presentation seminar was held on July 10, 2017 in Yayoi campus. 6 MSc theses and 1 PhD thesis were presented during the seminar. MSc thesis: Chulabush Khatancharoen “Evaluating Fire Disturbances and Forest Cover Changes Using Remote Sensing in Zeya State Nature Reserve, Russia” Gillermo Daniel Gonzalez Lozano
“One Health approach for Africa and Asia —- On-site innovation in health, nutrition, and agriculture for rural communities — “ held on 22 March, 2017 As part of the educational and research collaboration with the University of Bonn, International Symposium “One Health approach for Africa and Asia — On-site innovation in health, nutrition, and agriculture
“They [human, animal, plant and ecological health] are all interconnected. This interconnectedness is what makes it interesting.” Interview with Professor Christian Borgemeister, Managing Director, ZEF (Center of Development Research), University of Bonn, Germany In Professor Borgemeister’s office, there is a huge painting hanging above one of the couches of various commercialized snack packages that are
As a part of the educational and research collaboration with the University of Bonn, we organize an International Symposium as below. “One Health approach for Africa and Asia —- On-site innovation in health, nutrition, and agriculture for rural communities — “ Date and time : 22 March 2017 (Wednesday) 17:00-20:30 Venue : Nakashima Hall,
Professor Yukie SAITO in IPADS is a forerunner in research on plant materials as well as one of the leading researchers on the future of carbon material science. She talks about her discipline, Global Plant Material Science, from an agricultural perspective, and her strategies for supervising students.
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