The Far East at Ecole Centrale Paris

20/09/2011

4 labs are welcoming researchers from 7 Japanese and Korean Partners

Last Wednesday, September 14th, 19 guests representing 4 Centrale Paris labs – LGI, MAS, EM2C and LPQM – gathered around a table chaired by Nasser Darabiha, the new Director of the Doctoral School. These 4 labs are welcoming researchers from 7 Japanese and Korean Partners: Keio University, TokyoTech, Waseda University, Okayama University, KAIST, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and Shiba University.

This was an exceptional event because of the coincidence of the Erasmus Mundus BEAM Program Researchers’ stays and visits.
Erasmus Mundus BEAM is a program coordinated by Ecole Centrale Paris aiming to bring several countries of Europe (Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom) and Asia (Japan, Korea) closer together in the fields of higher education and research. Working together and cooperating, the EM-BEAM partners can construct a Euro-Asian bridge of excellence and promote economic, cultural and scientific exchanges under the context of internationally recognized values.

Contact : marc.zolver@ecp.fr

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