Now that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is just three years away, Keio University is well underway with making arrangements for the Team GB Preparation Camp, which will in part take place at Keio’s Hiyoshi Campus. In March of this year, Keio University, Yokohama City, and Kawasaki City concluded an agreement with the British Olympic […]
Keio University is now accepting submissions from students for Across Keio, a feature on the university’s website that highlights individuals throughout the Keio community. We believe that the university is best described by the people who learn, teach, and work here, and this feature aims to shed light on the diversity of our community. We […]
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus will be closed for summer holidays during the following periods: August 9－August 16, 2017 We may not be able to attend matters raised during these periods. Please accept our apologies for any inconveniences and thank you in advance for your understanding.
On Friday, May 19, high school students visited SFC in the “Sakura Science Program.” Operated by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), the program provides high school students from Asian countries with opportunities to come in contact with Japan’s advanced technologies and scientists. Each year students visit SFC through the program, and this year […]
Rodney D. Van Meter, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, will offer a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) in FutureLearn
Professor Rodney D. Van Meter in the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies will give a series of lectures in a course on FutureLearn. In the course, he will explain what Quantum Computing is, how it could be useful in our everyday life, approaches for its commercial use, and other related topics. He will present […]