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Participants

This page introduces the participants of this project.

Participant universities

These are the foreign universities of our partner in international remote lectures.

Asian Institute of Technology

Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is a graduate school located near Bangkok, Thailand established in 1959, aiming promotion of technological change and sustainable development in the Asian-Pacific region through higher education, research and outreach.

In FY 2008, Professor Kibe of AIT gave a lecture (February 16 and 17 2009) about space debris as a part of "Special lecture of International Studies" (held in February and March 2009). In FY 2009, They participated in remote lecutures "Basic Japanese Kanji" and "Pattern Recognition and Inverse Problems."

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Multimedia University

Multimedia University (MMU) is first private university in Malaysia established in 1994. They have two campuses in Cyberjaya and Melaka. In this project, all the lectures have been taken place at Cyberjaya campus.

In FY 2008, Professor Rashid of MMU gave a lecture (March 16th 2009) about Fiber-To-The-Home, and Professor Goi of MMU gave a lecture (March 17th 2009) about cryptography, both as a part of "Special lecture of International Studies" (held in February and March 2009). In FY 2009, They participated in remote lecutures "Pattern Recognition and Inverse Problems."

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Chulalongkorn University

Chulalongkorn University (CU, Chula) is the first university in Thailand established in 1917, located at the center of Bangkok.

In FY 2009, they participated in the special seminar "Civil Society in Asia and Social Responsibility of Universities -- Beyond <the Rise of Asia> and Human Insecurities."

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Joint research agency

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) was established in October 2003 by merger of three agencies, the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), the National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan (NAL) and the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA). They are the joint research partner of this project.

WINDS, Wideband InterNetworking engineering test and Demonstration Satellite was lunched by an H-IIA rocket on February 23rd 2008, and after it launch into geostationary earth orbit, named "KIZUNA." This super high speed internet satellite "KIZUNA" connect between space and earth, and aim to make sure that super high speeded and abundant communication skills.

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Participant researchers and staffs

College of International Studies, University of Tsukuba

Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand)

Multimedia University (Malaysia)

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