Japan and Japanese society have shown a great enthusiasms for robotics and they are advancing very fast in this field. This is one of the reason that Sadaf chose Japan for her studying in robotics field.
She is studying building assembly line robots, assembly line robots are used in industrial manufacturing and packaging process. Eventually the deeper long term financial resources and strong domestic market enjoyed by the Japanese companies prevailed, their robots spread all over the globe.
If robots are to work effectively in homes and other non-industrial environments, the way they are instructed to perform their jobs, and especially how they will be told to stop will be of critical importance. The people who interact with them may have little or no training in robotics, and so any interface will need to be extremely intuitive. Science fiction authors also typically assume that robots will eventually be capable of communicating with humans through speech, gestures, and facial expressions, rather than a command-line interface. Although speech would be the most natural way for the human to communicate.
Sadaf (in middle tall, wearing brown shirt) sent this photo from Tokyo, Japan, Sadaf is a student of Robotics in one of the Japan’s top universities. Sadaf is learning engineering and science of robots, their design and application in everyday life.Related Posts
The sender of this article is Noor. Graz was sole Cultural Capital of Europe for 2003. Graz has a long tradition as a student city: its six universities have more than 44,000 students. Noor loves the sunshine in Graz. Due to its position south east of the Alps, Graz is shielded from the prevailing westerly winds that bring weather fronts in from the North Atlantic to north western and central Europe. Due to this factor the weather in Graz is Mediterranean influenced. Graz therefore has more hours of sunshine per year than Vienna or Salzburg and also less wind or rain.
Noor is studying in University of Graz, second largest and second oldest university in Austria. Noor thinks it an honor that she get enrolled here. University has 9 Nobel prize laureates. Karl-Franzens-University, also referred to as the University of Graz, is the city’s oldest university, founded in 1585 by Archduke Charles II of Austria. For most of its existence it was controlled by the Catholic Church.
Noor loves visiting old town Graz. The old town was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1999 due to the harmonious co-existence of typical buildings from different epochs and in different architectural styles. Being situated in a cultural borderland between Central Europe, Italy and the Balkan States, Graz absorbed various influences from the neighbouring regions and thus received its exceptional townscape. Today the old town consists of over 1000 buildings, their age ranging from Gothic to Contemporary.
Noor has sent this article from Graz (Noor on right), capital of the federal state of Styria, Austria. Noor is a student, completing her graduation. Noor lives with her family, her father is a doctor and works in a local hospital. Noor loves nature and nature is abundant in Graz, a heavily forested green area. City is at the bank of Mura river.
Priya and Fiza say, “Fashion exists everywhere not just in what we wear, Fashion is in sky, street, people our lifestyle and even what we think”.
They are studying how to design clothes for women, men and children that can protect body, bring pleasure, are comfortable and at same time match or become mainstream fashion.
Fiza and Priya are doing specialized studies in Apparel Manufacturing Management, Knit wear design fashion and Footware Design. They are studying in one of the top fashion school of Europe with most successful fashion show.
Fiza tells other people specially girls those want to get into fashion industry. As with any career, the best way to start a new career on the right foot is to get an education. A degree in Fashion Design or Fashion Merchandising can get your foot in the door of one of the many fabulous career opportunities in the rapidly growing fashion industry. Whether you are interested in fashion design production, marketing and merchandising, fashion media and promotions, or any other type of fashion career, a degree will help you learn the skills necessary to bloom in the fashion industry.
Priya (left in jeans) & Fiza (right with green shirt) are students of Fashion Design in Italy. Before that for sometime they worked in local fashion industry in India and then decided to study Fashion Design seriously so they can improve their professional skills.Related Posts
Aime sent this article through email. She says, when she was not enrolled in University of Edinburgh and they were enjoying August festival. When it comes to holidays in Edinburgh, everyone knows that the August festival in this Scottish city is quite the event. The festival is packed with excitement, complete with music and shows and a little something for everyone. The streets are full, Edinburgh hotels are at peak capacity, and the ambiance is almost frenetic. However, while a holiday during this time is certainly never dull, it can be a bit exhausting.
FYI When most people think of traveling abroad to Europe: Paris, London, or Rome come to mind. However, just a little further north is Europe’s diamond, the city of Edinburgh. The city has so much to offer in terms of history and culture. Edinburgh also has numerous restaurants which serve dishes from traditional haggis to spicy curry. Scotland is well known for its whisky, and visitors may have a wee taste of whiskey at the numerous shops or at the Bow bar.
Aime from Edinburgh, Scotland a postgraduate student in University of Edinburgh has sent this photo of her with her friend Sara.Related Posts
Huma and Ayesha sent this article through email. They say that the final term of University is often the best and unfortunately the shortest. After revising a decent time over summer holidays by the time they returned they were in the full swing of revision before you can even unpack. It is such a busy time of year and there is no busier or cooler scene. With everyone around you working hard and pulling ‘all nighters’ it is not hard to get in the working mood.
So with little going on working just as hard as everyone else seems the best idea, particularly as the exams count. This is Ramdan, Ayesha and Huma are studying all night long, while most of the time during day they sleep or take classes in University.
After the stress of exams being lifted off the shoulders of almost every student in their University, the Ramdan is at its best. With warm weather and too many Aftaar parties even comprehend attending, the year is at its most enjoyable point. Having a good two weeks to do nothing but Aftaar parties and sleep is absolute bliss.
Ayesha and Huma are students of Economics in a Lahore University. This photo is taken in their college in Mailaad and Aftaar Party. They are in final terms of their studies.Related Posts