Our Branch presided at the meeting. Chair Yamada moderated, and Takanashi of Master’s 1st year reported the activity of IEEE Student Branch and presented the merit of developing branches, as IEEE SB at Hokkaido University.
That was a good experience of acquiring knowledge about regular research lives of each university and field, through some sessions.
So Tsuyuguchi (M2) attended to the IEEE R10 SYWL Congress in Bali from August 30 to September 2 as a representative of the Hokkaido University student branch.
Region 10, consisting of IEEE’s Asia-Pacific region countries, has approximately 73,000 members and is the world’s largest international organization.This time I was aiming to increase the presence of the IEEE Japan Section and Sapporo Section by feeling the motivation to exchange opinions and research with international
exchange with many IEEE members.
In this Congress, there are many places to interact with students from various countries, and in addition to workshops, we were able to experience exchange with many students in tea time, conversation in the hotel, culture sessions and so on. I feel that all the experiences
I felt as a result of exchanging opinions and motivation for research were in these international exchanges.
I would like to return this experience to juniors and students in the university from now on.
Aug. 7-8, 2018, Tsuyuguchi and Takanashi participated in IEEE SBLTW 2018 held in Tokyo Denki University, as IEEE Hokkaido University Student Branch.
On 7th we had a poster session about our activity as usual. We discussed the operation policy of each Student Branch, and how we increase the number of Branches. After that we joined a welcome reception, which we shared information and interact with students from other Branches, and also the members of Student Activities Committee.
On 8th a Q&A Session was held. And we had a group discussion on a theme proposed by the SB of Tokyo Denki University. That was a valuable opportunity of arguing with students.
Watanabe of Master’s 1st year reported the activity as IEEE Student Branch at Hokkaido University. In the Q & A session, explanations were given on how to launch the new branch and benefits of launching it, and the recruitment of the members was done.
It was a good experience as there are not many opportunities for students to plan sessions and deepen exchange between universities and fields.
Kikuchi and Yamada participated as IEEE Hokkaido University Student Branch to IEEE Japan SYWL(Student/Young Professionals/Women in Engineering/Life Member) Workshop held on March 3 at the Chiba Institute of Technology, and IEEE SBLTW (Student Branch Leadership Training Workshop) 2017 held on March 4 at the Makuhari Messe.
At IEEE Japan SYWL Workshop, we discussed on the theme “Next Generation of IEEE” and presented it in English.
At IEEE SBLTW, we had a poster session about our activity in 2016.
We also participated in IEEE Japan Sections’ 60th Anniversary Celebration and Welcome Reception that was held at the same time.
A student exchange meeting of the joint planning session of IEICE Hokkaido University student branch (Chair: Mr. Miyajima) and IEEE Hokkaido University student branch at the Hokkaido branch association meeting was held at 2016 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers, in Hokkai-Gakuen University Yamahana Campus on Nov 5th-6th. A total of six people, the four universities, Hokkaido University, Hokkai-Gakuen University, Muroran Institute of Technology, Kitami Institute of Technology, presented the activity report of the academic society to which they belonged and the situation of regular research life.
Uesaka the Chair of IEEE Student Branch at Hokkaido University reported the activity. In the Q & A session, explanations were given on how to launch the new branch and benefits of launching it, and the recruitment of the members was done.
There were not many opportunities for students to plan and exchange sessions at ordinary academic meetings and it was a good experience. Also, I was able to deepen the exchange between universities and fields through questions and chat.