Laboratory Rotation (Global Internship)

    “Global Internship I” (3-6 months) and “Global Internship II” (6-12 months) entail PBTS research at other universities, research institutes, companies, etc. The program provides financial support for overseas internships.

Laboratory Rotation

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Global InternshipⅠ1 credit
Global InternshipⅡ2 credits

: Compulsory course

Internship Destinations


Global InternshipⅠ
Saori Hirono
Major:
Life Sciences, Food and Nutritional Sciences M2
Destination:
University of California, Davis (USA)
Period:
March to June, 2017
PBTS:
Health care Team
Content:
Learning the knowledge and technology in food science
Nguyen Thi Doan Trang
Major:
Life Sciences, Human Environmental Sciences M2
Destination:
Technical University of Dresden (Germany)
Period:
July to October, 2017
PBTS:
Health care Team
Content:
Learning waste management system in Germany and analyzing the difference from Japanese’s. Figuring out the influences to sustainability of environmental management systems.
Global InternshipⅡ
Youyou Cong
Major:
Advanced Sciences, Computer Science D2
Destination:
Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
Period:
March to June, 2017
PBTS:
Education Team
Content:
Learning how to teach induction in proof programming
Megumi Kitagawa
Major:
Advanced Sciences, Mathematics D1
Destination:
Ewha Womans University (Korea)
Period:
June to July, 2017
PBTS:
Green Filtering Team
Content:
Presentation in open forum. Learning cross-cultural communication.
Yuko Caballero
Major:
Life Sciences, Food and Nutritional Sciences D1
Destination:
Japan America Society of Southern California (USA)
Period:
June to September, 2017
PBTS:
Anti-aging Team
Content:
Sensory analysis of green tea. Learning international promotion methods and global skills.
Kanako Enoyoshi
Major:
Advanced Sciences, Mathematics D2
Destination:
Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation (Japan)
Period:
August to October, 2017
PBTS:
Synchronization Team
Content:
Classification of surface defects on steel sheet based on geometrical feature. Estimation of Mash Seam weld using inverse problem analysis.
Ritsuko Tamura
Major:
Life Sciences, Biological Sciences D3
Destination:
Ricoh Company, Ltd. (Japan)
Period:
August to September, 2017
PBTS:
Anti-Aging Team
Content:
Learning public relations for research technology, and market research.