Visits of universities and companies

Kawasaki World Museum

Thursday morning, we went to the Kawasaki world museum in Kobe.

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Kyoto University

ETS's teacher, François Blanchard, received us in his research laboratories at the University of Kyoto, where he is doing research in physics.

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Toyo Rubber

For the second day of our stay in Kyoto, we took the train to the city of Itami, near Osaka, to be received by the Toyo Rubber team in their technical center.

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Osaka Gas

On Monday afternoon , we were lucky to be welcomed by the company Osaka Gas through a collaboration and partnership with the Co-op Japan Program of University of British Collombia (UBC) in one of its buildings in Japan, in Osaka city .

 

We left Kyoto city to arrive at Osaka wich is known for restaurants specializing in okonomiyaki . This is a typical Japanese meal based with eggs , vegetables and pork. This is a must in the experiments to live in Japan, since eating here is a lifestyle. Whether for the atmosphere, the types of restaurants or quality of food , Japan is a dream destination for small gourmands.

 

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CAE/Japan airlines


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Shimizu Corporation

April 24th, we had the opportunity to discover one of the 20 biggest civil engineering firm in the world, Shimizu Kensetsu.

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Honda research institute

We were able to visit the research center of Honda which is specialized in artificial intelligence and nanotechnology.

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Atlas Copco

 

On the third day of the mission, we visited the Swedish compagny and main corporative sponsor of the InterÉTS mission, Atlas Copco!

 

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Cirque du soleil


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Québec's delegation in Tokyo


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Preparation : Les Japonais Book

Japanese culture differs in many aspects to our canadian culture. For this reason, we have decided to read the book Les Japonais so we can learn more about them.


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Overall progress

From now on, there are less then two months away from the big trip. The tickets have already been bought and we a very looking foward to live the adventure. Up till now, we have been able to organize several visits with Japanese Companies .


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