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Events / Reports  /  25.01.2016

Doctoral course Mid Term evaluations schedule Winter 2015-16

Doctoral students are required to undergo mid-term evaluations towards the end of first and second year of their program. Now is a period for evaluation for the D1 and D2 students enrolled in April (with few exceptions). Evaluation presentations are public so please join some of the presentations to learn from your seniors.

Events / Reports  /  22.01.2016

eVision January 2016 edition is up!

Fresh and full of exciting materials about everyday life, research and cultural experiences of e3 members issue of E-vision (Winter 2016) is out now! It is the second issue of renewed e-vision and I'm happy to see much more students contributing to it! Otsukare, Sajal Chowdhury, María Fernanda Rivas, Sri Krishnan and all e-vision team!
Next issue is planned in June 2016, don't miss your chance to contribute!
 

On-line copy is available at:

https://www.eng.hokudai.ac.jp/e3/community/evision

Few physical copies will be availbale at the counter of International Affairs Office of Engineering

/Natalya.

Events / Reports  /  22.12.2015

e3 alumni career talk seminar

For students who are considering career in Japan or industrial career and especially those who are not yet considering it, e3 organizes one more career seminar. This time we are specially inviting e3 alumni working in the industry. Join to learn more about Job Hunting and corporate environment and ask your questions.

As we would like to know the number of participants, please kindly register by January 21st!

Also, as usually if you have any comments or requests – I will pass them to the guests.

Classes  /  03.12.2015

Examination date, Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse (Dr Kimura)

The examination for Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse will be held on the following date.

December 10, Thursday

From 12:30 - 2:00 PM

Dr. Katsuki Kimura

Events / Reports  /  04.11.2015

GiFT online forum on November 8, 8p.m.

GiFT 2015 is an online forum for world students, which distributes 1.5 hours live broadcast on YouTube Live from 8 p.m. on November 8, 2015. This year’s topic is “How can we deal with sharp global environmental changes?” You can find the details about this forum the following website.

http://sustain.oia.hokudai.ac.jp/gift/index.html

Mr. Pattharaphon, who entered e3 program this October, will moderate this event.  We look forward to your participation!

Events  /  28.10.2015

Autumn Days, October 2015

It can already be called a good tradition to take some of the e3 students out and make e3 autumn photo session! It's a crime to stay the whole day indoors and miss this riot of colors. This is what can be literally called vibrant campus life!

Special thanks to Mr. Natee Sirisit who stayed behind the lenses on many of the photos.

 

Photo gallery:

http://www.eng.hokudai.ac.jp/e3/community/e3community/gallery/category/17-autumndays2015

 

Events  /  20.10.2015

Welcome trip October 17, 2015

New e3 students together with their senpais enjoyed one of the most beautiful Autumn days during the e3 Welcome trip to Jozankei and Shikotsuko.

We got trapped in the traffic jam few times because it seemed that half of the Sapporo headed in the same direction to catch up the pick of "Koyo", the season of beautiful autumn leaves!

 

Gallery:

http://www.eng.hokudai.ac.jp/e3/community/e3community/gallery/category/16-welcome-trip-2015

 

Events  /  19.10.2015

Invitation to e3 career guidance seminar, November 4, 2015

Date&time: November 4, 2015, 16:30-18:30
Venue: Academic lounge 3, Graduate School of Engineering

Have you considered work in Japan?

To help you learn how employment system works in Japan and what options are opened for international students
e3 is inviting two special speakers.

Mr. Eric Barasa, a graduate of Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, not only been working for Fujitsu for 6 years, but is also experienced with his company recruitment activities.

Prof. Iida has already twice made a very inspiring and informative talks for e3. He has reach corporate experience with NEC in Japan and abroad, and his office opened in 2014 provides career support for English speaking DC and PD.

Prof. Sasaki, new head of the Engineering Career Planning office will explain about the career support system for engineering students.

This event is also opened for students outside the graduate school of Engineering.