Visiting Japan with JKUAT Students

I visited Japan with 10 JKUAT students and 5 JKUAT faculty members. The students were invited by the Tokyo City University as part of an exchange program called Sakura Science, which is implemented by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST). The students stayed in a laboratory working on robot and drone control, and conducted experiments in a research environment that they could not experience in Kenya.

JKUAT students working on drone experiments
Visit to JAXA ISAS with JKUAT faculty members
Eagerly searching for electronic parts at Akizuki Denshi at Akihabara
Students being briefed at SUSUBOX Akihabara office
At Suitengu

31. October 2022
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