The conferment ceremony of the Incentive Award for the 2nd term of FY2005
Updated June 13, 2006
The conferment ceremony of the Incentive Award for the 2nd term of FY2005 was held on June 5, 2006.
More than 100 people including supporting organizations and university The Incentive Award was established in FY2004 to be conferred on students of the Graduate School of Science and Technology of Keio University who make presentations of their theses at international conferences, and are considered to deserve the award because of excellence of the content to be presented. The Incentive Award subsidize the applicable students travel fees and other necessary expenditure within the range up to 250,000 yen, as well as the testimonial award and the prize. As a general rule, one award winner (or not applicable in some cases) is determined for each course. Applicants for the Incentive Award are invited two times a year for the 1st and 2nd terms.*
* The conditions of the Incentive Award were amended in FY2006 so that applicants may enjoy further opportunity for the award. Since FY2006, applicants are invited three times a year for the Incentive Award which subsidizes the applicable students within the range up to 160,000 yen.
Six out to the ten award winners attend the conferment ceremony and received the testimonial award and the prize from Prof. Inasaki, Chairman of the Graduate School of Science and Technology, after having a familiar talk with Prof. Inasaki. During the talk, students shared their feelings and impressions of presentations they made at international conferences, for which comments and advice were given by Prof. Inasaki.
Although application for the Incentive Award in the 1st term of FY2006 was closed, there will be the 2nd and 3rd opportunities. We are pleased to invite applicants for those opportunities. Application specifications will be introduced on the homepage and the campus billboard.
For inquiries or information, please make contact with the Graduate School Office of the Academic Affairs Center (7th floor of the House of Creation and Imagination, or So-So-Kan).
The 2005 Incentive Award winners (2nd term) and Pref. Inasaki, Chairman of the Graduate School of Science and Technology