On Saturday, December 16, Reiwa 5, a ceremony and commemorative lecture were held at the Toyota Civic Cultural Center Main Hall to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the founding of Toyota National College of Technology.
The ceremony was held with about 400 guests, alumni, current students, faculty, staff, and parents. After a ceremonial address by Principal Yamada, a congratulatory speech from Mr. Tetsuya Yagi, a member of the House of Representatives, and Mr. Toshihiko Ota, Mayor of Toyota, and a greeting by Mr. Ryomasa Tanaka, a student representative, President Isao Taniguchi expressed his gratitude to the people involved.
At the 60th anniversary lecture held after the commemorative ceremony, Professor Hiroshi Amano, Director and Director of the Future Electronics Integration Research Center at the Institute of Future Materials and Systems, Nagoya University, gave a lecture on “Future Society Created by New Semiconductors.”
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all the distinguished guests and attendees who participated in the 60th anniversary ceremony for taking time out of their busy schedules to visit us. We would like to take this opportunity to reaffirm the weight of our 60-year tradition, express our gratitude to everyone who has supported us so far, pledge to further develop toward the 70th anniversary, and strive for education and research. Thank you for your continued support.
【Principal Yamada’s Speech】 【Congratulatory Speech from House of Representatives Member Tetsuya Yagi】 【Congratulatory message from Toyota Mayor Toshihiko Ota】
【Greetings from Student Representative Ryomasa Tanaka】 【Acknowledgments from President Taniguchi of the National Institute of Technology】 【Special Lecture by Professor Hiroshi Amano, Nagoya University】
[Scene of the venue]