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Global Challenge I
Summer School 2015
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
A Kickoff Meeting
9TH MARCH 2015, LEADERS’ SAL...
Agenda
 Introduction of Global Challenge I (summer school)
 Introduction of Professor Furuya
 Presentation by students
...
Purpose
 The “Global Challenge I” is designed to be conducted in a form of
an intensive summer school.
 The summer schoo...
Concept
 Short version of the NUSIP summer school
 Summer Intensive Program at Nagoya University
on the Latest Advanced ...
5NUSIP
Curriculum
実世界ワーク
「イノベーション循
環系」(産業現場体
験)と「グローバル
循環系」(国際現場
体験)それぞれを履
修。
コースワーク
実世界データ循環学
の基礎知識として修
得すべき科目群。
研究指導
博士号取得のための
...
Real-world work — Global Circulation —
Hanoi Univ. of
Sci. & Tech.
Istanbul
Tech. Univ.
Global Challenge II
Experience res...
Outline
 Dates
 (June 28 -) June 29 – July 10 (- July 12/13)
 Venue
 Istanbul Technical University, Ayazaga campus
@ M...
Where (Istanbul) 9
Where (Maslak Campus) 10
Where (Maslak Campus) 11
Where (Taksim) 12
Where (Taksim) 13
Summer School 2015 @ ITU
 Technical classes
 By Professors from NU, ITU, and the industry
 Cultural exchange classes
 ...
Content
 Orientation and campus life tour
 18 Technical lectures (12 by NU, 6 by ITU)
 6 cultural exchange lectures (4 ...
16
To be updated
Schedule 17
Participants
 NU
 17 students
 ITU
 Maybe 10s of students
 Others
 Other Universities in Turkey, etc.
18
Supports
 Transportation from /to Airport
 Dormitory
 Tutoring
 One Turkish student per NU student
19
Cultural Exchange Lectures
 6 Lectures
 4 by NU on Japanese culture (90 minutes per lecture)
 Hands on experiences
 In...
Introduction of Professor Furuya
Coordinator of
Cultural Exchange Lectures
21
Professor Reiko Furuya
 Advisor for international students in Engineering (since 2000)
 Member of NUSIP Committee
 Rese...
Vision /plan
 Nagoya → in charge of four classes
 Four groups of Nagoya students
 One group responsible for one 90 minu...
Expectations from students
 What we expect from you
 Enthusiasm
 Originality
 Accuracy
 Punctuality
 Respect
 Your ...
Presentation by Students
25
Discussion and Planning
26
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  1. 1. Global Challenge I Summer School 2015 Istanbul Technical University, Turkey A Kickoff Meeting 9TH MARCH 2015, LEADERS’ SALOON 1
  2. 2. Agenda  Introduction of Global Challenge I (summer school)  Introduction of Professor Furuya  Presentation by students  Discussion and planning 2
  3. 3. Purpose  The “Global Challenge I” is designed to be conducted in a form of an intensive summer school.  The summer school by Real-World Data Circulation (RWDC) is inspired by one of the successful program in Nagoya University.  Nagoya University Summer school Intensive Program (NUSIP).  Short and intensive (2 weeks)  To be conducted in Turkey (2015)  Student will do some of the lectures (cultural exchange) 3
  4. 4. Concept  Short version of the NUSIP summer school  Summer Intensive Program at Nagoya University on the Latest Advanced Technology and Tasks in Automobile Engineering http://www.engg.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/nusip/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUb7bMfrrj8 4
  5. 5. 5NUSIP
  6. 6. Curriculum 実世界ワーク 「イノベーション循 環系」(産業現場体 験)と「グローバル 循環系」(国際現場 体験)それぞれを履 修。 コースワーク 実世界データ循環学 の基礎知識として修 得すべき科目群。 研究指導 博士号取得のための 研究論文を、5年間 かけて完成させます。 Data Tools Next 実世界のデータに対 して、最適なデータ 解析ツールを用いて、 実践的な解析を行う 応用コース。 Data Tools First さまざまなバ ック グラウンドの 学生 のために、デ ータ 解析ツールの 基本 的な使い方の 習得 を目的に開講 され る特別入門コース。 6
  7. 7. Real-world work — Global Circulation — Hanoi Univ. of Sci. & Tech. Istanbul Tech. Univ. Global Challenge II Experience research at top-level labs Follow-up Visits Exchange relations Global Challenge I Experience the factories and markets in Asia Global research institutes Global fellows Understand the inter-cultural cooperation and the global industrial circulation through experience Marke t Researc h Developmen t Manufacturin g 201 5 2016 ? 7
  8. 8. Outline  Dates  (June 28 -) June 29 – July 10 (- July 12/13)  Venue  Istanbul Technical University, Ayazaga campus @ Maslak, Istanbul, Turkey  Participants  All RWDC M2 students (except for cases with inevitable reasons) 8
  9. 9. Where (Istanbul) 9
  10. 10. Where (Maslak Campus) 10
  11. 11. Where (Maslak Campus) 11
  12. 12. Where (Taksim) 12
  13. 13. Where (Taksim) 13
  14. 14. Summer School 2015 @ ITU  Technical classes  By Professors from NU, ITU, and the industry  Cultural exchange classes  By students from RWDC, and ITU  Site visits   Excursions  On weekend  Project work  Individual Presentation 14
  15. 15. Content  Orientation and campus life tour  18 Technical lectures (12 by NU, 6 by ITU)  6 cultural exchange lectures (4 by NU, 2 by ITU)  One day factory visit  One day evaluation presentation (project work)  Half a day technical campus tour (individual)  Cultural tours (1 day or more)  Cultural exchange lecture: Students will perform the lecture 15
  16. 16. 16 To be updated
  17. 17. Schedule 17
  18. 18. Participants  NU  17 students  ITU  Maybe 10s of students  Others  Other Universities in Turkey, etc. 18
  19. 19. Supports  Transportation from /to Airport  Dormitory  Tutoring  One Turkish student per NU student 19
  20. 20. Cultural Exchange Lectures  6 Lectures  4 by NU on Japanese culture (90 minutes per lecture)  Hands on experiences  Introduction of culture  Performance  …..  2 by ITU on Turkish culture  Concert  Sight seeing 20
  21. 21. Introduction of Professor Furuya Coordinator of Cultural Exchange Lectures 21
  22. 22. Professor Reiko Furuya  Advisor for international students in Engineering (since 2000)  Member of NUSIP Committee  Research background  Education (doctorate degree)  English as a Second Language (master’s degree)  Comparative Culture (master’s degree)  Contact information  Room 314-1, Engineering Building #7B  furuya@cc.nagoya-u.ac.jp  (052)789-3603 22
  23. 23. Vision /plan  Nagoya → in charge of four classes  Four groups of Nagoya students  One group responsible for one 90 minute class  The other groups help the class they do not teach  Plan  End of March → Group members, group topics, individual roles, and approval  April & May → Preparation  End of May → Trial class  June → revision based on the feedback from trial class  Mid June → off to Turkey 23
  24. 24. Expectations from students  What we expect from you  Enthusiasm  Originality  Accuracy  Punctuality  Respect  Your class can be a workshop, a poster presentation, a demonstration, etc.  Make it Japanese/Asian/non-Turkish  If possible, let the Turkish students try/experience your theme  If possible, choose something related to Engineering (?) 24
  25. 25. Presentation by Students 25
  26. 26. Discussion and Planning 26

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