Fri, Feb 11, 2022 2-minute read

The purposes and goals of the research in the U.S.

  1. Have connections with many great researchers, students, and people in the U.S. I will feel what they are thinking, what they are trying to do, and how they are doing the research in the U.S. I’m going to learn and absorb everything from them. No bias, and no hesitation. Just ask, listen, and make it my own.
  2. I’m going to spend research-based days. I always say I want to have a research career abroad, but I don’t know what it actually means, therefore I’m going to feel it by experiencing it in real life. Also I want to see the concept of the research in the U.S., often called “human-based”.
  3. English-based research, not using Japanese, how to learn physics in the U.S., contacting my mentor much, and absorb everything from him. I’m going to go and compete with me and enjoy physics. That’s the most important aspect of the research, I think.

What I want to do in the U.S.

  1. Go to CalTech, UC Barkley, MIT, Harvard, and Princeton (University) , Florida (Kennedy space center), Houston (Johnson space center)

  2. Have connections with mentors, professors, and people in there, which is going going to be very important when I come back to the U.S.

  3. Ask my mentors and professors to have very meaningful meeting.

  4. Think of the difference between Japan and the U.S.

  5. Do not drag down, not search in the internet, but more focus on the ongoing things (in front of me) (not use celephone as much as I can)