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Kenji OGASAWARA

Master of Public Policy from GRIPS GiST Program in September 2019

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Graduated from the National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College (5-year collage eligible to join after graduating from high school; Bachelor of Engineering upon graduation) with a major in electrical and electronic engineering in 2007; joined the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in 2007: worked at METI Nuclear Accident Response Office; currently in charge of the administration work on tax system change, including venture support tax at METI Economic and Industrial Policy Office; GiST Master's program from April 2018-September 2019

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Anas ElSabry ELHASSAN

Ph.D. in Public Policy from GRIPS in September 2017

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Currently Lecturer at Hitotsubashi University's Institute of Innovation Research from 2018; GRIPS GiST program Postdoctoral Fellow 2017-2018; Ph.D. in Public Policy from GRIPS 2017; Master's degree in Physics from the American University in Cairo 2014; Two-year Graduate Diploma from the Higher Institute for Islamic Studies, Egypt 2013; Bachelor's Degree from the American University in Cairo 2012

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Azusa MIYAGI

Expected to have Master's degree in Public Policy from GRIPS STI program in September 2018

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Upon graduation from the undergraduate programs in education and economics at Keio University in March 2017, I joined GRIPS STI Master's Program in April 2017 and am expected to obtain the degree in September 2018.

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Dr. Yoshiaki SHIMADA

Ph.D. in Public Policy from GRIPS STI program in June 2018

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Having Ph. D. in Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 2008, I worked as a museum science communicator and as a director of basic research funding program at a government funding agency.

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