The project team of “Research on Innovation of Power Energy Transmission and Distribution” successfully organized the 15th Mongolia-Japan joint seminar in the frame of Higher Engineering Education Development program from 23-25th August 2023.
In this seminar, researchers from School of Power Engineering of MUST and universities of Japan, engineers and technician staff from organizations of Mongolian energy sector participated and discussed their research study.
Among them, Prof. Kazuhiko Ogimoto of Tokyo University, Prof. Takashi Fujii of Tokyo University, Prof. Goda Tadahiro of Aichi University and Prof. Eiji Kaneko of Ryukyus University, Prof. Ohtsuka Shinya of Kyushu Institute of Technology, Prof. Koshizuka Tadashi of Tokyo Denki University, Mori Shunki of Tokyo Denki University, Prof. Katsuhiko Harada of Kurume Institute of Technology participated for sharing their research in the MUST. Rather professors from universities such as Ashikaga University, Kyushu University, Saitama University, Kumamoto University, and Gifu University discussed their research online.
We are truly grateful to Electricity Transmission National Network (SOJSC), Ulaanbaatar Electricity Distribution Network (SOJSC), Clean Energy LLC and Clean Energy Asia LLC for their support in organizing this joint seminar.
We are really thankful for attending the engineers and technician staff of organizations in the Mongolian Energy Sector such as the Energy Regulatory Commission, the City Governor’s office, Oyu Tolgoi LLC, Erdenet Mining Corporation SOE, Baganur South East Regional Electricity Distribution Network (SOJSC), MMS Engineering LLC, Water Supply and Sewerage Authority and Institute of Ulaanbaatar Railway in this seminar.
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