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Students from the Salesian Polytechnic College of Technology receive 15 honor awards at the 12th University Consortium Hachioji Student Presentation, Japan.

Group up of 15 students from Salesian Polytechnic Tokyo Salesian College of Technology who received 15 honor awards at the 12th University Consortium Hachioji Student Presentation, Japan

 

(Salesian Polytechnic, Machida Tokyo) – The “12th University Consortium Hachioji Student Presentation” was held on December 5th and 6th, 2020. Students from the Salesian Polytechnic College of Technology received 8 awards for excellence and 7 awards for semi-excellence for their presentations in different categories.

 

This year’s presentations brought together a record time high of 12 institutes among universities, junior colleges, and technical colleges that are members of the university consortium of Hachioji. The occasion is an opportunity for students to freely exhibit their research results and ideas to the  Industrial / Municipal Government administration of Hachioji and regional revitalization.

 

  • The following students and research papers received the Excellence Award:
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  • Relationship between discomfort and biological signals when using an IH cooker – Shun Iwasa (5th year, Department of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering )
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  • Examination of soil moisture permeation sensor system assuming operation in remote areas – Riku Sawada (5th year, Department of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering)
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  • Power generation characteristics of thermoelectric elements coated with inorganic black pigment – Keiji Kobayashi ( 1st year major )
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  • Improvement of small and simple spectral reflectance measuring instrument – Ko Kato (5th year, Department of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering)
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  • Rebus – Yumeho Karai (5th year design department )
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  • Examination of long-term efficacy of molecular-bound titanium silica photocatalyst for PV applied to PV module – Saito Toradai (2nd year major)
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  • Basic research on Cockcroft-Walton circuits connected to AC batteries – Minoru Chiba (1st year major)
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  • Memories of the land left in Koba Tenmoku – Nanami Inoue (5th year, Department of Design)

 

 

  • The following students and research papers received the Semi – Excellence Awards:
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  • Fused Deposition Modeling 3D Printer’s Effect of Lamination Direction on Mechanical Properties – Shota Suzuki (5th year, Department of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering)
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  • Development of ballistic range using electromagnetic acceleration – Shinsuke Morita (5th year, Department of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering)
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  • Branding of a general store using fresh flowers that will be discarded – Ruka Hosoya (5th year, Department of Design)
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  • Research on speech recognition system for distance learning using Raspberry Pi – Taiqing Furusawa (5th year, Department of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering)
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  • Estimate 3 and 4 beats by the autocorrelation function – Mitsutaku Miki (5th year, Department of Computer Science )
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  • A chair that makes home work comfortable – Rikiko Osawa (5th year, Department of Design)
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  • An innovative house that leads to a new way of living – Yo Kaede Yamaguchi (5th year, Department of Design)

 

Since the award ceremony didn’t take place this year in the usual manner, a small ceremony was held at the Salesian Hall of our school in consideration of preventing the spread of the new coronavirus infection. The certificates were handed to the award-winning students by principal Tomohiro Kojima.

 

“I am truly proud of the success of the students who are actively engaged in research and who are demonstrating their strengths outside the university.”

– Tomohiro Kojima, Principal of Salesian Polytechnic College

 

 

Source: Salesian Polytechnic Tokyo Salesian College of Technology