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
Kayo Kinjo
Major:
Advanced Sciences, Physics D1
Destination:
University of Wuppertal (Germany)
Period:
February to August, 2019
PBTS:
Traffic Jam Team
Content:
Study of quantum-classical correspondence of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation. Visiting a researcher of traffic flow modeling for self-driving cars.
Kanglan Shu
Major:
Life Sciences, Human Environmental Sciences M2
Destination:
University of Louisville (USA)
Period:
March to June, 2019
PBTS:
Mental Health Team
Content:
Doing research on rehabilitation therapies for people with limited mobility
Kana Manome
Major:
Advanced Sciences, Computer Science M2
Destination:
The University of Edinburgh (UK)
Period:
June to August, 2019
PBTS:
Mental Health Team
Content:
Learning text processing using natural language processing techniques. Applying to semantic processing of sentences necessary for emotion analysis of Twitter Data used in PBTS study.
Nanami Ohno
Major:
Advanced Sciences, Mathematics M2
Destination:
University of Oslo (Norway)
Period:
June to September, 2019
PBTS:
Mental Health Team
Content:
Increassing knowledge of programming techniques and analytical methods. Mathematical research and participation in seminars and research meetings. Survey of women’s interest in ways of expressing mental health in Northern Europe.
Global InternshipⅡ
Yuko Caballero
Major:
Life Sciences, Food and Nutritional Sciences D3
Destination:
Ochanomizu University Senior High School (Japan)
Period:
April 2019 to March 2020
PBTS:
Anti-Aging Team
Content:
Learning teaching methods of home economics classes and improving teaching quality. Increasing students’ interest in green tea by introducing PBTS study on green tea in class.
Nguyen Thi Doan Trang
Major:
Life Sciences, Life Sciences, Human Environmental Sciences D2
Destination:
National Institute for Environmental Studies (Japan)
Period:
May to August, 2019
PBTS:
CO2 Reduction Team
Content:
Understanding the systems for solid waste collection and recycling in Japan, focusing on waste plastic food tray. Eco-actions promotion for sustainable lifestyles from the perspectives of waste administration as well as the behavior’s willingness/awareness. Differences clarification between the solid waste systems in Japan and in Vietnam.
Kasumi Aoki
Major:
Advanced Sciences, Computer Science D2
Destination:
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence GmbH (DFKI) (Germany)
Period:
June 2019 to January 2020
PBTS:
CO2 Reduction Team
Content:
Research of control method for Data-to-Text