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Renewed Tokyo Tech Bulletin No. 46 out now

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January 29, 2018

The renewed Tokyo Tech Bulletin No. 46 has been released. Published quarterly, the new and improved email newsletter is now divided into four main categories:

FACES introduces the recent work of pioneering Tokyo Tech researchers.

In the spotlight features some of the latest activity creating a buzz on and off campus.

On your way to Tokyo Tech? provides useful information for prospective students and researchers aiming to join the Institute.

Tokyo Tech community shares stories from Tokyo Tech alumni making their mark around the globe.

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FACES: Tokyo Tech researchers

Supercomputer TSUBAME remains at the leading edge Professor Satoshi Matsuoka

Supercomputer TSUBAME remains at the leading edge Professor Satoshi Matsuoka

Professor Matsuoka anticipates the essence of required functions makes repeated efforts and promptly realizes practical use. His approach of creating without pursuing trends is the reason professor Matsuoka has maintained his position at the world's leading edge of supercomputer development.

Visualizing air contaminants to improve health in indoor environments Associate Professor Naoki Kagi

Visualizing air contaminants to improve health in indoor environments Associate Professor Naoki Kagi

Despite improvements in building materials and ventilation systems in recent years, other materials have caused an increase in new indoor environmental contaminants. Associate Professor Kagi aims to scientifically clarify indoor environmental contaminants from the perspective of building environmental engineering.

Bridging disciplines and continents Associate Professor Shawn McGlynn

Bridging disciplines and continents Associate Professor Shawn McGlynn

Affiliated with the Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI), Professor McGlynn strives to bridge chemistry and biology from the perspective microbial biogeochemistry to understand how life works and how it started.

Design through architectural behaviorology Professor Yoshiharu Tsukamoto

Design through architectural behaviorology Professor Yoshiharu Tsukamoto

Architecture requires not only aesthetic beauty but also logic to satisfy society. Professor Tsukamoto links the future of architecture with society through the concept of behaviorology.

Research

In the spotlight

"Tokyo Tech 2030" statement

"Tokyo Tech 2030" statement

Members of the Tokyo Tech community held workshops and formulated the "Tokyo Tech 2030" statement. Assured by our unfading commitment to teaching, learning, and research, Tokyo Tech confidently moves towards future challenges with strong intentions.

TAIST-Tokyo Tech Graduation Ceremony 2016

TAIST-Tokyo Tech Graduation Ceremony 2016

The TAIST-Tokyo Tech Graduation Ceremony and the award ceremony for Suyama Challenge Project 2017 held in Thailand.

On your way to Tokyo Tech?

Information for International Students

Information for International Students

Information for international students studying at the Institute, including the content of courses that can be taken as well as for researchers

Taking your first step as a researcher

Taking your first step as a researcher

Information on laboratories and researchers that can help you develop your career as a researcher

Tokyo Tech community

Make your years of study in Tokyo Tech significant, and your future brighter

Make your years of study in Tokyo Tech significant, and your future brighterouter

Ms. Zhang, who is presently involved in business strategy planning on the Consulting Team, says she gained more than just knowledge from studying at Tokyo Tech. * Promoted to Project Leader in October 2017, her present position.

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