Globalization of Education
Since 2014, the Nagoya Institute of Technology has significantly driven the globalization of education by inviting top-class researchers from overseas and conducting lectures in English in their majors.
Class in session
Associate Professor Tobias Fey from Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany lectured on “Microstructure of Ceramics”.
Professor Mark Klein from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA lectured on "Special Lecture on Core Technologies on Electronics and Information" and "Algorithms for Intelligent Information Processing".
Associate Professor Tilo Mathes from the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands lectured on "Biophysical Chemistry".
Associate Professor Tatiana Domratcheva from the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science, Germany also lectured on "Biophysical Chemistry".
The list of lectures given by top-class researchers from overseas
|Friedrich-Alexander University of
|Tobias Fey||Associate Professor||Microstructure of Ceramics (2015)|
|University of the Basque Country (Spain)||Vadim Soloshonok||Professor||Seminar 1 and 3 on Molecular Life Science and Nanotechnology (2015)|
|University Amsterdam(Netherlands)||Tilo Mathes||Associate Professor||Biophysical Chemistry (2015)|
|The Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science (Germany)||Tatiana Domratcheva||Associate Professor||Biophysical Chemistry (2015)|
|University of Guelph(Canada)||Leonid S. Brown||Professor||Seminar 1 on Molecular Life Science and Technology (2015)|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)||Mark Klein||Professor||
"Special Lecture on Core Technologies on Electronics and Information"
Algorithms for Intelligent Information Processing(2014, 2015, 2016)
|University of Alcalá (Spain)||Susel Fernández||Assistant Professor||Seminar on Electronic Properties of Materials Science and Engineering(2015, 2016)|
|University of Wollongong (Australia)||Minjie Zhang||Associate Professor||Seminar on Electronic Properties of Materials Science and Engineering(2015, 2016)|