GFEST Overseas intensive training program in WEE iKohza

GFEST (Global Future Expert in Science and Technology) is an educational program of University of Tsukuba (UT), Japan, for talented junior-high and high school student which has started 2014. This program is part of the ‘Global Science Campus’ project funded by the Japan Science and Technology Agency, and aimed at fostering the next generation of global leaders in science and technology.

The aim of this overseas intensive training is to improve their English communication skills and general research skills through the conduct of basic experiments and research under the guidance of graduate students  of WEE iKohza in MJIIT.

At the back (from left): Izuan Amin Ishak, Shuta Aoki, Kotaro Tabuki, Keiichiro Sato, and Dr. Sheikh Ahmad Zaki Shaikh Salim. At the front (from left): Ahmad Faiz Mohammad, H’ng Yin Mun, and Kenji Nakamura.

Souvenir photo session from Dr. Sheikh Ahmad Zaki to GFEST participants training in WEE iKohza.

Kenji Nakamura (leader from UT)

Kotaro Tabuki (high school student)

Keiichiro Sato (high school student)

Shuta Aoki (high school student)

Appointment letter for iKohza WEE as mentor and advisor for GFEST 2017