Message from Members

FY 2019
  • Yong-quan
    Current Affiliation :
    Fukuoka University, Graduate School of Science - Chemistry
    Country/Region :
    People's Republic of China (Qinghai Institute of Salt Lakes, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
    Name : Zhou

How did Sakura Science Plan play a role in your study / research in Japan?

Sakura Science Plan is a very important beginner for me to choose my current research filed. After the Sakura Science Plan, I continued my study at Fukuoka University for one year with support from the China Scholarship Council (CSC). With the help of Prof. Yamaguchi, we got the beam line time from the Material and Life Science Experimental Facility of J-PARC (Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex) in June, 2018. With the help of Sakura Science Plan, our laboratory singed a technology cooperation agreement and developed a strong and stable cooperating relationship with Prof. Yamaguchi’s Laboratory. At least 5 persons including professors and a doctorate candidate visited Prof Yamaguchi’s laboratory for a Joint PhD program or short-term study. Moreover, we invited a master candidate from the Yamaguchi Laboratory to visit China this coming Septermber, 2018.

Please describe your comments freely related to your life in Japan.

Life in Japan is fruitful, colorful and memorable. The professors from Yamaguchi Laboratory are helpful and kind. The facilities in the lab are advanced and perfect. In Japan, I could also keep a harmonious and stable friendship with the students from Prof. Yamaguchi’s laboratory.

Please describe your message to people who are going to participate in this program.

Please pay close attention to this key program Sakura Science Plan (SSP). Although it’s only a short-term visit, it will open a new world for you.