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Felix von Drigalski obtained his PhD from NAIST in 2018. He works as a researcher at OMRON SINIC X in Tokyo. His interests are in robotic manipulation, factory automation and tactile sensing. He speaks German, English, French and Japanese.

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Lotfi obtained his PhD at the Robotics Laboratory (NAIST) as a MEXT Scholar in 2017. Following his graduation, he entered the Ritsumeikan Global Innovation Research Organization (R-GIRO) as a Senior Researcher where his research focuses on emergent systems and artificial intelligence in robotics.

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Antonio graduated his PhD from the Vision and Media Computing Laboratory (NAIST). He currently works as a researcher at the Machine Intelligence Lab (UTokyo). His research interests are 3D computer vision, human action recognition and automatic analysis of sports video.

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Bryan is a Doctoral Student of the Mathematical Informatics Laboratory at NAIST. He likes to take photos.

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I am the new student from April on 2017. I joined to this action because I want to use an English. I couldn't put contributions now(November on 2017), so I want to put more contributions.

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Xian is a doctor course student from the Quantum Materials Science Laboratory, Division of Materials Science at NAIST. His research interests are strongly-coupled systems and nanophotonics. His hobbies are hiking, weight lifting, and bouldering.

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Umetsu is a M1 student of NAIST and he is a member of UBI-Lab. (http://ubi-lab.naist.jp/). His research interests are in the areas of activity recognition using various sensors. He likes art and music.

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Juntao Gao is now with Mobile Computing Laboratory of NAIST. His research interests are in the areas of stochastic optimization, control theory and machine learning.

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Jenichi is a PhD student from the Information Device Science laboratory from Materials Science Division. She likes to read books during her free time.

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Milano is a master course student of Interactive Media Design Laboratory. He speaks Mandarin Chinese, English, Cantonese and Japanese.

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CICP 2016: Posters, presentations and workshop

NAIST students are encouraged to pursue their own research projects. One of the avenues that NAIST offers is the CICP (Creative and International Competitiveness Project), a 6-month program in which students assemble a team, apply with a proposal and independently manage research funds to realize their project. At the CICP workshop, students present their progress.

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Reuse Market: Good for students and the environment

At the annual Reuse Market, students can receive used appliances and goods donated by students who have graduated and left the university. In 2016, over 200,000 JPY (2,000 USD) worth of goods have been distributed to students on a pay-what-you-want basis. The Recycling Club recounts what goes into planning and organizing the event, and how it became what it is today.

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Campus culture: Halloween Party 2016

With a student body consisting of roughly 20% international students, the NAIST campus fosters a vibrant and diverse culture. One of the regular events organised by the students is a Halloween costume party with changing themes. This year’s party was the Silly Costume Party. Read below to find out what kind of costumes did the students came up with.

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Fire Drill 2016: Live exercise

Japan is a country with regular earthquakes, natural disaster, and mass sudden death. As such, it is important to keep in mind the necessary procedures to keep oneself and others safe. Institutions like NAIST regular hold drills to ensure the timely evacuation of their buildings. This year’s fire drill was aimed at the staff and foreign students of the Graduate School of Information Science.

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Robotics Lab at Japan Robot Week 2016

NAIST fosters exchange between academia and industry, and welcomes industry collaborations. The Robotics Laboratory of the Graduate School of Information Science went out to represent NAIST at the Keihanna Business Messe in Kyoto Prefecture and the biannual Japan Robot Week in Tokyo. Read more about their experience below.

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Bike-sharing at NAIST, courtesy of the Recycling Club

Bikes are one of the healthiest and cheapest transport options around. However, exchange students often cannot afford to buy one for a short stay, and regular students may have a bike with a flat tire that they cannot or do not have the time to repair. That’s when the NAIST GSK Recycling Club comes into action.

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Team NAIST-Panasonic takes 6th place in the Amazon Robotics Challenge 2017

As the only Japanese team to proceed to the final round of the Amazon Robotics Challenge, Team NAIST-Panasonic obtained 6th place between 16 contenders from all over the world. In this post, the team tells their story.

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