Japanese Ambassador to Slovenia visited the University of Nova Gorica

Dec. 17, 2018

Today, the University of Nova Gorica got a visit from Japanese Ambassador to Slovenia, his Excellency, Masaharu Yoshida. Apart from the Ambassador, Yoshiaki Makino, the Head of the Department of the Economic and Political matters accompanied the Ambassador during this visit.

At the University of Nova Gorica’s venue in Vipava, the Lanthieri Mansion, the guests were welcomed by the Rector of the University of Nova Gorica, Prof. Dr. Danilo Zavrtanik, the Vice-rector for Research and Arts, Prof. Dr. Gvido Bratina, and Prof. Dr. Samo Stanič, the Dean of the School of Science and the Head of the Center for Atmospheric Research.

After the initial presenting of the pedagogical and research activities of the University of Nova Gorica, the Ambassador was introduced to professional connections that the University of Nova Gorica has with Japanese academic and research institutions. At the same time, the talks also concerned the possibilities of further collaboration, also in the sphere of transferring the academic knowledge from the academic world into a more practical realm.

The Ambassador completed his visit by visiting the Wine Research Center at the Lanthieri Mansion, the Center for Atmospheric Research, the Laboratory of Organic Matter Physics, the Materials Research Laboratory, and the laboratory of Quantum Optics at the University’s venue in Ajdovščina.

Andreja Leban, public Relations

From left to right: Vice-rector for Research and Arts, Prof. Dr. Gvido Bratina, Dean of the School of Science and the Head of the Center for Atmospheric Research, Prof. Dr. Samo Stanič, Rector of the University of Nova Gorica, Prof. Dr. Danilo Zavrtanik and Japanese Ambassador to Slovenia, his Excellency, Masaharu Yoshida.
Meeting in the Lanthieri Mansion.
Visiting the Wine Research Center.