Visit of the Miraikan museum delegation, Japan

On October 23, 2012 a delegation of the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation “Miraikan”, Japan, headed by Executive Director Mr. Motohide Konaka, visited NTUU "KPI".

Representatives of Miraikan got acquainted with the history and present of KPI. Guests also visited G.I. Denisenko Scientific and Technical Library, the Ukraine-Japane Center of NTUU "KPI" and looked over exhibitions of the State Polytechnic Museum.

The questions of future cooperation were discussed during the visit.

Miraikan is a new type of science museum. Since its founding in 2001, it has become one of the most famous scientific and technical museums in the world. Miraikan is dedicated to the latest technologies and researches. Its exhibitions allow visitors to see the prototype of the future computer and to explore the most advanced intelligent systems, as well as using public displays, to connect with the huge electronic museum library and to get answers to any questions relating to the development of science and technology, and even to work in modern laboratories. However, this Museum in Tokyo is known not only for its interactive exhibitions. The interesting lectures and workshops with famous scientists and engineers take place there. Сooperation with such a center of modern science opens up new prospects for NTUU "KPI" and its Museum.