Semarang, – The Sakura Program was a collaborative program to share knowledge from various fields, demonstrates advanced technology, and appreciates the local culture. On this occasion, the participants were lecturers, master students, and undergraduate students from Diponegoro University, led by Dr.-Ing. Bobby Rio Indriyantho, S.T., M.T

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The program aimed to exchange knowledge from visited universities and research sites, appreciates the local culture, and supports the development of talented human resources. The program provided insight and demonstrations in various fields, most notably civil engineering.

The program was hosted by Nihon University with the assistance from various local institutions. Knowledge sharing consisted of theoretical lectures and practical demonstrations by field experts from Nihon University, Miharu Dam, and the University of Tokyo. Activities related to knowledge sharing were conducted at Nihon University in Koriyama and the University of Tokyo in Tokyo. The program visited Miharu Dam for a practical demonstration regarding its purpose.