Wataru Kawabe, a Ph.D. student from the University of Tokyo, recently visited the NUS-HCI lab for a series of engagements. A comprehensive schedule awaited him on 18th May (Thursday), beginning with a presentation and lab tour.
The presentation and lab tour provided Wataru with an opportunity to showcase his research and become familiar with the NUS-HCI lab environment.
After the morning session, Wataru had a lunch meeting with Prof Shen, fostering intellectual exchange and networking between the esteemed professor and the visiting Ph.D. student.
In the afternoon, Wataru and the NUS-HCI lab members engaged in individual project discussions held at the Sunglow 3 meeting room. These discussions aimed to facilitate collaboration and the exchange of ideas between Wataru and the NUS-HCI lab members.
Throughout the day, intermittent breaks were scheduled to allow participants to rest and refresh themselves.
Wataru Kawabe’s visit to the NUS-HCI lab provided an excellent opportunity for knowledge sharing, networking, and collaboration among researchers from different institutions.