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spacerHiromi Sugimachi
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arrow Place of Employment: Electric Power Development Co.,Ltd (J-POWER) Technological Management Office, International Activities Department
March 2004 Graduated from Department of Earth Resource, Marine and Civil Engineering, School of Engineering, Kyushu University
March 2007 Graduated from Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University

arrow I joined the civil engineering course so that I could be one of the people in finding solutions to future environmental problems. In this course, it is possible to learn about various support systems, including dams, bridges, roads, water, soil, etc. While studying at the university, I had the opportunity to attend an NGO general assembly presided over by the UN. After that, I started wishing that I could work abroad and contribute to society. This is why I joined J-POWER.
spacer Now I have the opportunity to visit overseas countries to speak to government staff there about local power conditions and to conduct on-site surveys in order to construct new power plants or to provide environmental conservation measures. The main aspects of these projects are not only technological capabilities but also how to build trusting relationships with the host countries. The task of transmitting stable electricity around the world and building people’s infrastructure is a great challenge.

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spacerKazuaki Nagahara
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arrow Place of Employment: Kyushu Railway Company
March 1999 Graduated from Civil Engineering Course, School of Engineering, Kyushu University
March 2001 Graduated from the Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University

arrow I selected this course because I was traveling all over Japan using railways, etc. Through my journeys, I began to have a desire to learn about urban development and the public transportation systems that interconnect cities. Through this course, I was rewarded.
spacer During my study, some of the best experiences at the laboratory were the field trips for surveys and measurement in which I collected data day and night. Another precious memory is a month of travel with my friends in Europe.
spacer Now, I am engaged in a job developing mechanisms for the maintenance system of the Kyushu Sinkansen lines. Seeing my mechanisms working well is really a rewarding work.

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