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G-SPASE program wins Good Design Awards 2017

2017-10-07

Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo (Ryosuke Shibasaki, Professor),
Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University (Naohiko Kohtake, Associate Processor), and Faculty of Marine Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Nobuaki Kubo, Associate Professor) wins Good Design Awards 2017.

http://www.g-mark.org/award/describe/46020?token=hiiC3yrRxy

Human Resource Development Program to Solve Social Problems with Space Systems for Realizing Global Learning and Growth which was launched in 2012 by Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo (Ryosuke Shibasaki, Professor), Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University (Naohiko Kohtake, Associate Processor), and Faculty of Marine Technology, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Nobuaki Kubo, Associate Professor), with recently joined (2015) Aoyama Gakuin University (Taichi Furuhashi, Professor) and The Graduate School of Project Design (Atushi Koshio, Professor) wins Good Design Awards 2017.

Outline: “Global Human Resource Development Program Designed to Solve Social Issues using Space Applications,” emphasizes considering the entire life cycle from social task discovery to solution proposal and implementation. The program consists of Collaboration Projects, Monthly Tutorials, Summer School and Workshops. Students develop skills, knowledge, and competencies through self-study, semi-education and self-realization education phases. We attract more than 100 students each year and over 30 % are international students. Graduates are active in various positions both in Japan and abroad.

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