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Work Experiences of International Students

■Seminar Schedule
16:30-17:00: Lecture 1
17:00-17:30: Lecture 2
17:30-18:00: Discussion with Ms. MARTINEZ CALDERON and Mr. XIE

■Lecture1:Dr. Claudia Maria MARTINEZ CALDERON (JSPS Research Fellow in Tohoku University)
Abstract

I first came to Japan as a selected PhD candidate in the Leadership Development Program for Space Exploration and Research part of the Nagoya University Program for Leading Graduate Schools. During my 3 years in the program I learned a lot, from new skills in research-related projects, to social interactions through cultural exchanges or how to organize a small conference. After my graduation, I was lucky enough to continue my research working at a renowned space physics group in UCLA. Afterwards, I continued as post-doctoral fellow in one of the biggest space plasma physics groups in Japan in Tohoku University. In this seminar I will be presenting my experiences as a PhD student and, later on, as a researcher in Japan. I will also talk about my experiences living in the United States working in a different scientific environment. I hope to give you some idea on how to keep working as researcher in today's world.

Bio
Apr. 2016: Ph.D., Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University, Leading Graduate Schools Program
May 2016 - March 2017: Visiting Researcher, UCLA, California (USA), JSPS Program for Young Talented Researchers
April 2017 - Present: JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow, Tohoku University, JSPS Standard Program
From April 2019: Special Assistant Professor, Nagoya University, Young Leaders Cultivation Program

■Lecture2:Dr. Yiyuan XIE (Micron Memory Japan, G.K.)
Abstract

It must need to be mentioned that the LGS program is really helpful to make me to become who I am. The lecture on every Friday, the Chubu-Sat program, the meeting with doctors from different background, are all very useful after I become a member of society. In today's lecture, I would like to share my own experiences about how foreign students work in japan. In the first parts, I would like to tell you the story how I found this job. Then I want to introduce my current company Micron. After that I would like to talk about my daily life as a PI engineer. As a former LGS student, I really appreciate this program and I sincerely hope that this lecture could be helpful to the current and future LGS members.

Bio
Apr.2012: Start Master course at Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University
Apr.2014: Start Ph.D. course at Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University /Joined Program for Leading Graduate Schools "Leadership Development Program for Space Exploration and Research"
May.2018: Obtained Ph.D. at Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University,Completed Nagoya University Program for Leading Graduate Schools
Apr.2018: Joined Micron Memory Japan, G.K. as a Production Integration engineer


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