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e3 alumni career talk 2017

For students who are considering career in Japan or industrial career and especially those who are not yet considering it.

E3 invites three international alumni of the Graduate School of Engineering to share their different career experiences in Japan.

Working for international projects and implementing Japanese advanced technology in developed countries, serving as “bridge” between Japan and the world, continue doing high level research in the corporate R&D laboratory – these are common interest of international students seeking for a job. Let’s hear first-hand stories of our alumni who are successfully working in Japanese companies.
 
As we would like to know the number of participants, I would appreciate if you register and (optionally) fill a short survey by February 16!
 
Also, as usually if you have any comments or requests – please feel free to ask, I will pass them to the guests.
 
Short presentations will be followed by the group discussion session – where you can freely ask your questions.
 
<Guests>
Borith LONG, Cambodia
(D.Eng. 9/2014, EPSE)
2014-present:  Traffic and Transportation Engineer, Project Development Department, Katahira & Engineers International (KEI)
 
Yao Hao, China
(D.Eng. 03/2013, MSE)
2013-present: Research Engineer,  Core Technology Research & Development Center, Nippon Seiko
 
Javier Lopez Gimenez, Spain
(M.Sc. 09/2014, EPSE)
2014-present: Assistant manager, International Department, Kawakin Core-Tech
 
How to find the venue:
Academic lounge 3r
 

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