Phelma student reports on stay in Japan
Categorie(s) : Education, News
Published : 2 April 2015
Phelma student Florian Castellane is crazy about robotics. Last year, he decided to take a gap year in Japan, where he spent time at a signal-processing lab at Tokohu University in northeastern Honshu. He is currently working on his culminating project on reconstructing 3D scenes from video at Japan’s National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo.
Florian has been thrilled with his stay in Japan so far, and rightly so. He has reached all of the goals he set for himself: gain initial experience in a research lab, be proficient in Japanese, volunteer in the tsunami relief effort, set up a French-language exchange group, and tour the country.