Tetsushi Yamada
Interpretation Development Engineer
Schlumberger
http://www.slb.com/

Supervisor for Vulcanus in Europe 2014-15

I took part in the Vulcanus in Europe programme as a student in 2009. My internship was at Schlumberger in France, which was a great experience, both professionally and outside work. Moreover, it was the start of my career at Schlumberger. Five years later, roles were reversed and I became a supervisor myself, working with Vulcanus student Michihisa at the same company. He made me realise that I was a bit older than five years ago (!) and was becoming a senior in the company. It was a great experience to work with ‘Michi’ and I very much appreciated his work. Now I can really tell how beneficial the Vulcanus programme is both for students and the companies. Also, I was very happy to watch him learn about the cultural differences through communicating with the team with his open-minded personality. I hope that this programme will continue, as I believe it is contributing to the better relationship between the EU countries and Japan in the long run.

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30 YEARS OF INDUSTRIAL COOPERATION - RESPONDING TO THE CHANGING NEEDS For the past three decades,...
ABOUT THE MISSION The mission is targeting the Food & Drink sectors and will be organised on...
The EU-Japan Centre in Tokyo is regularly publishing "Industry and Policy News" from various...

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24/10/2017
24-10-17 | 10:30 - 11:30 AM CET How can I make meetings with Japanese partners more effective and achieve own goals? Meetings with Japanese partners follow a different agenda than the one we are used...
27/10/2017
27-10-17 | 10:00 - 11:00 AM CET What can IP (patent, trademarks and copyrights) do for new technologies such as VR/AR? People talk about VR (Virtual Realty) and AR (Augmented Reality) technologies...

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Brief Japan Industrial Reports ADDITIONAL REPORTS AVAILABLE on www....
September 2017 Japanese Industry and Policy News Topics covered in the September issue:...
EU-Japan Newsletter, Issue #59 October 2017. The Centre is pleased to...