e3 15th Anniversary

e3 15th Anniversary

e3 15th Anniversary

September 10-12, 2015

Anniversary 3 events

As of August 27

“Take the lead: global challenges and education”

e3 alumni homecoming event

to celebrate 15th anniversary of the English Engineering Education Program

September 10-12, 2015


Main venue: Frontier building seminar room 2nd floor

Day 1. Thursday, September 10


9:00~9:12     Welcome address Toyoharu Nawa, Dean, Graduate School of Engineering

Past, Present and Future of English Engineering Education at the Graduate School of Engineering.

9:12~9:13     Welcome Address Prof. Ichiro Uyeda, Vice President, Hokkaido University

9:10~9:20     Preparing global leaders: what do the students learn in e3?

Prof. Osamu Fujita, e3 program Head

9:20~9:40     Role of University in the Era of Industry 4.0

Prof. Yoshichika Iida, Hokudai International Human Resource Development Program (I-HoP), Hokkaido University

Special Lectures

9:45~10:15   Basic knowledge on the Intellectual Property Rights in the global economy

Prof. Takuya Yoshihara, Front Office for Human Resource Education and Development (Graduate school of Engineering Grad.`90)

10:15~10:35    Mexico education facing global challenges

Prof. Miguel Ángel López Zavala, The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (Graduate school of Engineering Grad.`03)

10:35~10:50 Coffee break

10:50~12:05 Alumni presentations session 1. (3 presentations)

ASEAN 2015: a challenge for engineering education in the Philippines

OPISO, Einstine Macamay (Philippines, 10) Central Mindanao University, Philippines

From Hydraulic Research in Hokkaido University to Water Resources Management and Development in Thailand

THAISIAM, Wandee (Thailand, 10) Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University,

Quantity and quality demand of civil engineering education in Cambodia

SENG, Sochan (Cambodia, `12) Cambodia Institute of Technology

12:05 ~ 13:20 Lunch break

13:20~15:00 Alumni presentations session 2. (4 presentations)

Status and prospects of higher education in Bangladesh

ISLAM, G.M. Sadiqul (Bangladesh, 09) Associate professor, Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh

Globalization and Rising Competitiveness in Malaysian Higher Education

CHENG, See Yuan (Malaysia, `12) Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka

Global Japanese Company and Impacts of International Graduates towards Globalization

SICAT, Evdon (Philippines,’14) Mitsui Sumitomo Construction, Japan

Role of an international engineer in a Japanese company and technology export to Asia

YU, Jun (China, `11) Nippon Light Metal, Japan

15:00~15:15 Coffee break

15:15~17:00 Alumni presentations session 3. (4 presentations)

International project management

AGUILAR, Kira Andreina (Venezuela, `13) Santos Dumont, Ireland

Navigating the career transition from industry to academia: reflections on e3 and Australian education.

ALORRO, Richard Diaz (Philippines, 10) Curtin University, Australia

A Transition to the industry: lesson from global B2B marketplace

MAY, Thithiwat (Thailand, 09) Nitto Denko, Japan

From academia to the corporation: a reflection

BAHARUDIN, Arshad (Brunei, `09) Imperial College London, MBA, Imperial Mobility consultancy

17:00 Finish

Anniversary Get Together Party (Venue: Central cafeteria 2nd floor)

Day 2. Friday, September 11

9:00~9:10       Welcome address, prof. Yukinori Kobayashi, Vice Dean.

09:10~10:00   Keynote lecture: Aiming to be an Engineer for International Projects

Dr. Keisuke Matsukawa, Technical Expert, Civil Engineering, Chiyoda Corporation

10:00~10:30   e3 past and present. Natalya Shmakova, e3 coordinator

10:30~10:45   Coffee break

10:45~12:15   Group discussion (*A1-17, A1-71)

12:15~13:30   Lunch

13:30~Report the discussion results, share the opinions

16:00 Closing remarks

Day 3. Saturday, September 12th

8:30~16:45 Day trip (Jozankei, Yoichi Space Museum, Otaru)