Demonstrations of the newest research are available at each laboratory
For inquiries regarding entrance exams and student life, please visit the Information Session
10/31 The OpenCampus website for NAIST Information Science is up.
2016 November 13 (Sunday) 10:00-15:00
Research Laboratories and Demonstrations
※We will provide full support in English on site.
Note: This demo is on a first come first serve basis.
Millennium Hall Events
Please come join the Hands-on demonstrations at the Millennium Hall. Participation is limited so please come early.
You are a skilled physician! Medical diagnostic imaging system (Recommended Age: any age)
Using a supersonic wave to scan an invisible box, you diagnose what’s in there. The object is gradually projected in three-dimensions onto a display when you scan it using a supersonic wave. Through the simulation of this three-dimensional supersonic wave system, you will get an idea of how medical doctors diagnose with captured image.
Animate your fish and catch them!! (Recommended Age: any age)
Recently, various sensors are being used around us. Utilizing these sensors such as an acceleration sensor or a motion sensor, let’s catch fish that you design!
The fish which you animated will swim in a virtual water tank. Let's catch them with a “smart poi” and get the highest score!
Information Session for Prospective Students
Prospective students who are interested in NAIST are welcomed to come to the Information Sessions, where Graduate School staff will talk about entrance examination procedures, academic curriculum, job prospects, student life, and any other questions of interest.
Place：Information Science Building 1F room S1, S2
Times：11:00、14:00 (Three sessions, each 30 minutes)
From Osaka, take Route 163 and turn a left at Nara Sentan Daigaku Mae crossing. From Kyoto, take Route 163 and turn a right at Nara Sentan Daigaku Mae crossing. NAIST is immediately after the turn. (Map to Parking Lot)
The Parking Lot has a capacity of 500 cars and is free on the day of the event.