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Next Generation Automobiles , Miyagi Area

2016 The 1st Study Summer Camp


Date: Sa., August 6. to  Mo. August 8.,2016

Venue: Tohoku University Kawatabi Seminar Center

Participants: 28 students, 6 from industry and government, 12 teachers, 3 interpreters, and others

Total 54 attendees



Following the last year is the next generation automobile Miyagi Prefecture area project, we held a summer student camp as a part of the human resource development program for students. Together with mutual understanding about the latest situation of the next-generation automotive-related initiatives, the theme of matching of the campus seeds and regional needs, gave a group discussion and presentation of the workshop format. In addition to automobile-related teachers lecture, welcomed the Iwate University Faculty of Engineering, Professor Masaharu Okudera teacher, we received lectures and training the basics of brainstorming. Is the opportunity of interaction with teachers of the local industry, government and academia for students, was the opportunity to obtain the knowledge and experience that will help in order to be active as a group leader from out in society.


◇1st Day, August 6th (Sat.)

At first we looked around the Tohoku University Aobayama new campus on foot, and then we went to the Miyagi reconstruction Park at Tgajo by bus and listened to the lecture about the latest automotive technology. After the tour and lunch at the station of the road where have been deployed EV rapid charging spot, we went to the Kawatabi Joint Seminar Center and we listened to the lecture about the foundation of the brainstorming and the traffic situation of each area, and then we began the group work.


8:30-9:30 Gathering at the Aobayama/ Tour around the Aobayama

10:20-11:20  Tour and lecture at Tagajo Miyagi reconstruction park by Professor Fumihiko Hasegawa.

12:30-13:30 Lunch at the station of the road, Aradatena-michinoeki

14:00-14:05 Opening speech by Project Director katsuto NAKATSUKA

14:05-14:20 Basic course of brainstorming by Professor Masaharu OKUDERA

14:20-14:50 Information about the traffic towards solving the problem of the region by Dr. Shuichi MATSUMOTO

14:50-15:10 Lecture about the various activities about the regional traffic at the Tohoku area by Professor Takahiro SUZUKI

15:30-16:45 Group work, theme debete

◇2nd Day, August 7th (Sun.)

After the intermediate announcement of students and the question-and-answer session, students listened to the professional lecture from lectureres newly, students did the group work again in the afternoon in order to summarize the announcement for the final announcement on the next day.


9:00-11:00 Intermediate announcement/ question-and-answer session/Announced the announcement theme each group

11:00-11:15 Lecture about the automatic operation and the law and technology invention patent by Kotaro KAGEYAMA

11:15-11:45 Lecture about the future technology of the car by Yoshinobu KOYAMA

11:45-12:00 Studues using a driving simulator by Dr. Shigeyuki YAMABE

13:00-13:15 Lecuture about the improvement of discovery ability by Tatsuhiko YOSHIMURA

13:15-17:00 Group debate

◇3rd Day, August 8th (Mon.)

Students did the group announcement, poster display and description about the contents of announcement, also they got advice from lecturers.


9:00-10:30 Group announcement (presentation using PC 15min.×6groups)  

Presentation materials are here

11:30-12:30 Lecture criticism/ Summary

12:30-12:40 Closing remarks by Professor Akira MIYAMOTO


◆Posters made by students

Group A: The healthimproving        Group B: Car Theater           Group C: Smart Traffic with

facility for elderly mobility                                                                                         Hive Mind

Group D: Sohistication of the                  Group E: Using the information and       Group F: Construction of regional

transportation system for comfortable     communication system in time of           transportaion system which enable

traveling the hilly and mountainous         disaster.                                                  the direct movement.