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Four representatives from Honda travel to ISR


Four representatives from Honda R&D travelled to ISR Nov. 14 for a review of the Visiting Scientists Program. In the photo above, the representatives are meeting with Clark School of Engineering Dean Nariman Farvardin. The visitors were: Mr. Taku Kitayama, Chief Engineer & VSP Manager, Honda R & D Co. Ltd. - Japan; Mr. Ryoji Minami, Senior Coordinator, Corporate Services; Ms. Sakurako Kurano, Administrative Assistant, General Administration; and Ms. Noriko Mills, Administrative Assistant, General Administration; all from Honda R & D Americas, Inc.—Ohio Center. They were joined by the current Honda Visiting Scientist, Mr. Morimichi Nishigaki.

| More information about ISR’s Visiting Scientists Program |

November 2, 2003


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