Riportiamo qui il messaggio dell’Ambasciata pubblicato in data 2 Aprile riguardante la situazione COVID-19 in Giappone: Gentili Connazionali, la situazione dei contagi da COVID-19 in Giappone appare in rapido aumento, in particolare a Tokyo e Osaka. Come già ribadito lo scorso 26 marzo nel messaggio ai Connazionali dell’Ambasciatore Starace, è fondamentale che i connazionali presentiContinue reading “Messaggio dall’Ambasciata d’Italia ai Connazionali in Giappone – Tokyo, 2 Aprile”
Thank you to all of you who joined us for the official inauguration of the Association, and a special thanks to those who came from quite far away including Yamagata prefecture and Kobe. Thanks to our friends from the Spanish Association (ACE Japon) and Scienscescope (Francophone) for joining us and for their supportive words andContinue reading “AIRJ Inauguration Event – Thank you!”
Italy-Japan Workshop is an initiative, supported by the Embassy of Italy in Japan, and the Association of Italian Researchers in Japan, in which a specific theme related to robotics is discussed and analysed involving the government, universities, research centers, and industries of both countries. The idea is to brainstorm around important issues in modern Robotics usingContinue reading “Italy-Japan Workshop on Robotics 2019 “Robots and the Future””
The Association of Italian Researchers in Japan will be officially inaugurated with an event on Friday, December 6th, 2019 at Nishi Waseda campus in Tokyo from 7 pm. It will be a good moment to talk about research, and to socialize with other fellow international researchers. Authorities of the Italian Embassy will also be joiningContinue reading “Kick-off event of AIRJ at Waseda University”
On November 3rd at the Embassy of Italy in Tokyo, on the occasion of the visit in Japan of the Vice Presidents of the Italian Senate, Ignazio La Russa, and Chamber of Deputies , Mara Carfagna, the Ambassador of Italy, Giorgio Starace, has announced the Association of the Italian Researchers in Japan.
September 17th, 2019 The Association of Italian Researchers in Japan is founded in Milan, officially registered as a non-profit organization (“Associazione culturale”). You can read the statute here.