Keio visits TUM February 19th 2015

Taking advantage of visiting scientists and students from Keio University an info event takes place on the study and research opportunities evolving from this collaboration. Interested in our double degree program or in Japan? Come to PH II 227 on February 19 at 13:15.

Keio visits TUM 2015 Keio delegation visiting TUM Physics Department in 2014. Photo: Keio University/Mikio Eto.
Thursday, 19.02 at 1:15 pm.
Physics Department II, room 227.
Keio professors and junior students.
For whom?
For physics students and faculty members interested in Keio-TUM Double Degree Program in Physics or visiting the Keio University and/or Japan.

Join us and enjoy with us some delicious Japanese tea and sweets!

Full program "Keio visits TUM 2015".

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