Find My Identity
Q What was your motivation for joining the program, and what about the program appeals to you?
I applied for this program because I wanted to broaden my knowledge beyond my specialized research. In addition, since I entered Osaka university from another university, I wanted to meet highly motivated colleagues through this program. In fact, my peers are highly motivated and unique, and we often discuss our future together. I think this program is also a great way to meet people who are very attractive as a person.
Q What is your expertise and how do you want to develop it with the program?
When I was an undergraduate, I majored in biology and worked with living things such as mice, Drosophila and moss. My current field is computational social neuroscience and I am studying human sociability. I have just started to study this field and I am learning every day. I would like to seek a way to make use of the knowledge of biology that I acquired during my undergraduate years and the knowledge of data science and neuroscience that I am currently studying.
Q What are your future dreams and goals?
I’m still vague about it, but I want to be an attractive person with my own personality. First of all, I would like to become a person who can see things from multiple perspectives through this program.