Conference Presentation in Okinawa

Conference Presentation in Okinawa

It’s getting to be a bad season for pollen. But I am glad that it is warm. This time I would like to write about my trip to Okinawa for a presentation at the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan (IEEJ).

The IEEJ is no exception, and the Society of Electrical Engineers of Japan (SECE) held the Semiconductors and Power Conversion Conference (SPC) in early March was a hybrid of Okinawa and online. Three students from Fujimoto, Shimizu, and Fujita Labs, including myself, went to Okinawa to give presentations.

Aside from the fact that we listened to other researchers’ presentations for two days and successfully completed our presentations despite our nervousness on the day of the meeting, the attraction of the face-to-face meeting is that we can meet our peers from other universities and eat delicious local food. In a normal year, we have already met at the Power Elem camp held around November (see the December blog), and there are many other opportunities to meet, but this year, it was a rare opportunity to meet face-to-face and go out to eat together.

On the way home, we stopped by Kokusai-dori and had the Okinawan specialty, Soki-soba. Looking forward to a student life next year where I won’t feel the influence of Corona. Conference Presentation in Okinawa.

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