Prof. Ensar Gül lectured in Yamaguchi University
7/12/2017
Prof. Ensar Gül, Acting Dean of ŞEHİR College of Engineering and Natural Sciences lectured as a visiting professor at the Department of Computer Science Engineering in Yamaguchi University, one of the leading universities both in Japan and the world.
Prof. Ensar Gül, Acting Dean of ŞEHİR College of Engineering and Natural Sciences went to Yamaguchi University, one of the most prestigious universities in Japan, and gave lectures as a visiting faculty member as part of Erasmus Programme. In the lectures, Gül shared with the students his experiences in software design and computer science engineering.

Besides, Prof. Ensar Gül met several professors including Prof. Fusanori Miura, Vice President and Head of International Relations; Prof. Masato Shinji, Dean of the Engineering College; Prof. Takashio Saito, Faculty Member of Mechanical Engineering Department; Prof. Shingo Yamaguchi, Faculty Member of the Department of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Science Engineering; Prof. Hideaki Nakamura and Assist. Prof. Mohd Anuaruddin B. Ahmadon, Faculty Members of Computer Science Engineering Department; Prof. Masayoshi Shigyo, Head of Soilless Vegetable Agriculture Laboratory; and Assoc. Prof. Luis Costa, Erasmus Coordinator. During the visit, two parties discussed the details of their joint research projects, in addition to developing a curriculum for the Programming courses at the Department of Computer Science Engineering.

An opportunity to present academic and social facilities at ŞEHİR 

Gül introduced the academic and social facilities at ŞEHİR to students of Yamaguchi University, adding that Erasmus Programme should cover not only engineering faculties but all schools and departments of the two universities. İstanbul Şehir University welcomed its first students in 2010-2011 academic year and was awarded with an Erasmus University Charter (EUC) in the same year. The university currently has Erasmus agreements with 59 universities in 21 countries, in addition to 15 international collaborations for student and personnel mobility.​

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