Hiroshima University Inter-University Exchange Project, MEXT

International Linkage Degree Program, Hiroshima University (ILDP Program)

Student Workshop

Technologies for the Future​

Cancellation Announcement

The “International Linkage Degree Program Student Workshop – Technologies for the Future​ -” scheduled on February 28 has been cancelled due to the growing concern over the novel coronavirus.

We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause and sincerely appreciate your understanding.

Hiroshima University hold a student workshop for “Technologies for the Future.” Keynote speakers who are active around the world as social entrepreneurs, will present their stories for extensive discussion for future. The object of this workshop provides students an opportunity to think of explore and appropriate technologies for creating the future and for delivering  technology to last mile.

We hope many students, entrepreneurs and others who are interested in social innovation and technology will join this symposium and obtain fresh inspirations from the talks and discussions towards the future.


Satoshi NAGATA (India CSO, SAgri Co., Ltd.)

"Digitization of all farmland in the world to create sustainable agriculture basement" SAgri Co., Ltd. is a Japanese startup that is developing an agriculture application based on satellite tech and supports farmers' microfinance in India. They have won many awards including Japanese entrepreneur awards.

Neha JUNEJA (Co-founder, Greenway Grameen Infra Pvt. Ltd.)

Greenway provide rural consumers with high performance, affordable product based solutions. Greenway smart stove saves many women facing the risk of developing heart disease and lung cancer under the inferior kitchen.

Yuichi KURITA (Pofessor, Hiroshima University)

His interests are not only in robotics but also the human factors since users' sensory and motor capabilities have a large impact on the effectiveness of the interactions with technology. These innovations have applications in a wide range of industries, like in teleoperation system, healthcare, sports, and entertainment.


Emi MAKINO (Assoc. Prof., Hiroshima University)

She is involved in planning and implementing entrepreneurship education programs at Hiroshima University.


Student Presentation Session: 9:45~12:00 (open 9:15)

Students present the achievements of their studies and experience of participating in Japan-India exchange programs at each five universities.

Hokkaido University, Nagaoka University of Technology, Gifu University, Tokyo University, Hiroshima University

Keynote Speech: 13:00~16:00(open 12:30)

Opening Remarks
Shinichi TATE, Executive Vice President (Research), Hiroshima University
Japan-India Exchange Program
Yuji NISHIKAWA, Advisor for International Relations and CooperationJapan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
Insights for Innovation and Global Human Resources
Satoshi NAGATA, India CSO, SAgri Co., Ltd.
Co-creating a Social Enterprise
Neha JUNEJA, Co-founder, Greenway Grameen Infra Pte. Ltd.
Next-Generation Physical Assist Technology with Robotics, VR, and AI
Yuichi KURITA, Professor, Hiroshima University
Closing Remarks
Akimasa FUJIWARA Professor, Hiroshima University


ILDP Office