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Study in USA: 2-, 6- and 8-month courses from August 2016

Research Internship

The students had research internship at laboratories of University of Michigan and UCLA. They worked on the specific research projects under their supervisors at each university.
They wrote a research report and gave the final presentation at the workshops which took place at Nagoya University after they came back. The presentation was evaluated by each Nagoya advisor while the report was evaluated by each supervisor at UM/UCLA. 4 credits (at maximum) were awarded from Nagoya University depending on their results.

①Participants of short-term course (2 months from August8 to September 23, 2016)
Name Research theme Advisor at UM/UCLA
Kazuya Sato Effects of Scatter Angle Overestimation in Compton Images of Partial Deposited Energy Prof. Zhong He
Univ. of Michigan
Takaharu Katsu Synthesis of Biopolymer Compound with Selective Antimicrobial Activity for Denture Applications Prof. Benjamin Wu
Chisato Atsumi Synthesis of Octahedral Platinum-Cupper Nanocrystals Prof. Yu Huang

②Participants of medium-term course (6 months from August 8 to January 27, 2017)
Name Reserch theme Advisor at UM/UCLA
Kota konishi Development of Three Dimentional Imaging Techniques Using Optical Microscope Prof. Wei Lu
Univ. of Michigan
Toshiya Sawaki Development of Transparent YSZ Thin Films Prof. Richard Laine
Univ. of Michigan
Akira Tsuji 3D-Printing of Porous and Solid Silicone Structures Prof. Pramod Reddy
Univ. of Michigan
Naoki Kamimura Local Feeding APCVD Graphene Growth on Cu and Cu:Ni Foils Prof. Ya-Hong Xie

③Participant of long-term course (8 months from August 8 to March 24, 2017)
Name Reserch theme Advisor at UM/UCLA
Keisuke Goto Therapeutic Sepsis Biomarker Screening with Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensors Prof. Katsuo Kurabayashi
Univ. of Michigan


The 18th JUACEP Workshop was held for the short-term course students on October 6, 2016, and the 19th Workshop was in the same way for the medium-term course students on March 31, 2017. They gave presentations on their research projects and were evaluated by their Nagoya advisors.



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