The "GTI (Global Technology Initiative) Consortium" was established as an industry-government-academia collaboration that aims to develop global human resources for science and engineering under the auspices of Shibaura Institute of Technology.127 universities, companies and government agencies from Japan and Southeast Asian countries will participate, aiming to raise the level of human resources who will lead the industries of Japan and Southeast Asia.
According to Shibaura Institute of Technology, the consortium includes Shibaura Institute of Technology, an advocate from domestic universities, as well as Tokyo University of Science, Institute of Technology, Tokyo Electric University, Tokyo City University, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. , Toyota Motor Corporation, Canon, IHI, Sumitomo Corporation, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric, NTT Data, etc., and government agencies such as International Cooperation Organization, Japan Trade Promotion Organization, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, etc. Did.The secretariat will be Shibaura Institute of Technology.
In the future, we plan to promote mutual dispatch of teachers, overseas internships, intergovernmental cooperation projects, and international joint research. About 1 students from 8 Asian universities were gathered on the campus to hold international industry-academia-regional project-based learning on urban development.
The university has been actively interacting with engineering universities in Southeast Asia by promoting human resource development support and advanced joint research.By utilizing this network and strengthening cooperation with universities, companies, and government agencies in Japan and overseas, GTI's high-ranking companies are aiming to develop global human resources, solve economic and industrial issues, and create innovation. We invited universities, businesses and government agencies to join us.