Japan Habba Tech Fair 2019
Feb 2, 2019
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Faculty Hall IISc Bangalore, Karnataka, Amra Marg Mathikere

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The Japan Habba Tech Fair is going to be organized on 2nd February, 2019 at the Faculty Hall, Indian Institute of Science.
The program is going to be divided into the following sessions, a brief outline is given below:

Talent Session: Inviting young talents from India to Japan

  • Work Experience in Japan (Mr. Deepak Anand, Director, JETRO-Blr)
  • Keynote by Mr. Kazuaki Oda (Professor, Investor, Serial Entrepreneur)
  • Presentations by Mitsubishi-Hitachi Power Systems, Toyota Tsusho, Annotation Inc. and others.

Technology Session: Industrial and academic India-Japan collaboration in technology and the sciences
Featuring talks by:

  • Dr. Kovaichelvan (Director, Leadership and Learning, TVS Motors)
  • Dr. Tairo Nomura (Associate Professor, STEM Education Research Center, Saitama University)

Education Session: Encouraging higher education exchange between India and Japan.

  • Japanese Government Policy for Study in Japan - Mr. Masahiro Kobayashi (First Secretary, Embassy of Japan)
  • Invitation to Higher Study and Research in Japan - Mr. Hiroshi Yoshino (Director, the University of Tokyo India Office)
  • Dr. Saji N. Hameed (Professor, Aizu University)
  • Dr. Hazarika Hemanta (Professor, Kyushu University)

Start-up Session: Pitch event for invited start-ups (organized by JETRO-Blr)

The Techno Fair is organized as a joint effort between the following parties:

  • Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Bangalore
  • IEEE-IISc Student Branch (IEEE-IISc)
  • Indo-Japan Chamber Of Commerce and Industries (IJCCI)

  1. ​Faculty Hall IISc Bangalore, Karnataka,
    Amra Marg Mathikere,
    Bengaluru, Karnataka, India


Organiser : Japan Habba IISc Team

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