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2014/07/18 Hiroshima University TAOYAKA Program for creating a flexible, enduring, peaceful society University news

[Hiroshima University TAOYAKA Program] 17th,18th,19th TAOYAKA Program Seminar

<17th>
Date& Time: Wednesday, July 22, 2014 16:20-17:50pm
Venue: TAOYAKA Classroom 2nd Floor, University Hall, Hiroshima University
Lecturer: Professor David J. Eaton (LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin)
Title: Professional Skills Useful for Fieldwork in Developing Nations and Strategies for Raising Funds to Support International Fieldwork Language: English
Language: English

<18th>
Date& Time: Thu. July 24, 2014 14:35pm~16:05pm
Venue: Impacts of Wind Power on Reactive Power Planning and Dispatch
Speaker: El-Said El-Sayed El-ArabyAssociate Prof. ofQassim University,Saudi Arabia
Title: Impacts of Wind Power on Reactive Power Planning and Dispatch
Language: English

<19th>
Title:Community Development and Town Managementin Higashi-Hiroshima
Date&Time:Thursday, July 31, 2014 14:35-16:05pm
Venue:B3-220 Lecture Room, Graduate School of Engineering, Hiroshima University
Speaker:Takeo Kaguri, "Current Status and Future Issues in Higashi-Hiroshima"
Yoshiyuki Date, "An Approach to Town Development in Higashi-Hiroshima"
The seminar will be held in Japanese with simultaneous interpretation into English.

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