Shibaura Institute of Technology

GTI Consortium Symposium 2021 Held Online

December 22, 2021

On December 9, the GTI Consortium Symposium 2021, for which Shibaura Institute of Technology serves as the secretariat, as in the previous year, was held online. The theme of the Symposium was "Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration for Workforce Expertise Development".

In the keynote address, Associate Professor Maria Antyasari, Director of ITS Global Engagement, the Institut of Teknologi Sepulih Nopember (ITS) in Surabaya, Indonesia, one of the GTI member universities, spoke on the topic of "Industry-University-Government Collaboration at ITS". In addition, there were case study reports on how global PBL can be used to solve social issues through industry-academia-government collaboration, as well as on the participation of working adults in university programs and good practices in inter-university collaboration.


470 participants from 12 countries took part in the symposium. As in the previous year, there was a high level of interest among the participants.

 

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Industry-University-Government Collaboration at ITS
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Global PBL ITS-SIT-IHI
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ATU-Net Entrepreneurship Program
~What is the GTI Consortium?
The GTI Consortium is an alliance for global industry-academia-government collaboration centered on Japan and Southeast Asia that has been promoting international industry-academia-government collaboration since its inception in December 2015.
Currently, nine governmental agencies, 43 national institutions of higher education, and 184 companies are members, and they are aiming to further revitalize our activities.