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The 1st year class
|Field||Adsorption Chemistry on Solid Surface|
|Research||Water Confined in Nano Space|
This program is to cultivate the leaders who have various knowledge and culture of nuclear and who will activate in the world in the future. Thorough this program, I had a lot of opportunities to meet people who are engaged in a nuclear field, for example, the people who work for the nuclear facilities, the electric power companies, international organizations, and so on. I have the privilege to hear their opinions and experiences regarding nuclear issues over the past years. Accordingly, I have been able to cultivate various perspectives and opinions. The nuclear field has the ambivalent sides; one is a positive side resulted from the contribution to the generation of electric power and radiation treatment. The other side is negative one that is the contamination of radioactive material and nuclear bombs. To understand both sides of nuclear, we need multifaceted perspectives. I think that it is important for people engaged in the nuclear field to cultivate the basis for judgment of good/bad uses.
|Field||Material Engineering in Nuclear Reactor|
Corrosion Phenomena on the Structural Materials for Innovative Nuclear Reactor
This program gives me good experiences to broaden my views in the nuclear field. Through this program, I learn not only the specialized knowledge on the nuclear field, but also laws, politics, economics, safety culture, risk management and so on. Especially, the visiting and training in the nuclear power plants, the research facilities and universities inside and outside Japan, they gave me opportunities to have communications with the engineers and specialists from different countries who are experts in the nuclear field. I was encouraged and motivated by such studies.
|Field||Flow Measurement Technique|
|Research||Development of the Flow Measurement Technique by Ultrasound.|
I have visited many nuclear facilities in this program, for example, IAEA, a reprocessing facility in AREVA, Texas A&M, and so on. It broadened my views by seeing the advanced nuclear researches and the discussion with foreign students. The significant classes and trainings give me opportunities to mature. Although it is tough work, I convince myself that the efforts to achieve my purpose are paying off.