The three Professors of the University of Hamburg were officially appointed Professor of the University of Tsukuba on the 25th of September and our program started. Prof. Michael Zimmermann attended the Tsukuba Global Science Week in September 2014.
September 28, 2014
Session at the Tsukuba Global Science Week: “Spiritual and Physical Exercises in Eastern and Western Philosophies”（IERLP、Doctoral Program of Philosophy, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba）
In February and March 2015, we welcomed Prof. Dorji Wangchuk in Tsukuba and collaborated with him on the following education and research programs.
February 9-10, 2015
Intensive Lecture by Prof. Dorji Wangchuk（Religious Studies IV(2)B、Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences）
Intellectual History and Intellectual Culture of Himalayan Buddhism
February 12-13, 2015
Intensive Seminar by Prof. Dorji Wangchuk（Seminar in Religious Studies IV(2)B、Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences）
Reading a Tibetan Buddhist Text：Rong zom pa’s sBrul nag po’i stong thun
February 15, 2015
Digital Humanities Worldwide: Kick-off Workshop for Top Global University Project（Section for the Promotion of Research in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences、IERLP、Research Unit of Digital Humanities, University of Tsukuba）
February 17, 21, 2015
Indo-Tibetan Lexical Resource（ITLR）Workshop（IERLP、Taisho University, University of Kyoto）
February 16-18, 20, 23, 2015
Workshops on Tantric Buddhism with Dr. Peter Szanto（IERLP、Taisho University, University of Kyoto）
February 24-26, 2015
Indo-Tibetan Lexical Resource（ITLR）Workshop（IERLP）
March 2-4, 2015
Workshop on Madhyamaka Buddhism with Dr. Anne MacDonald（IERLP）
March 5-6, 2015
ICR Symposium: Philosophy across Cultures,, Transmission, Translation and Transformation of Thought （ICR、IERLP）
Dr. Martin Delhey and Dr. Orna Almogi from the University of Hamburg, Dr. Anne MacDonald (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Prof. Leonard van der Kuijp (Harvard University), and several Japanese scholars were invited to Tsukuba and participated in these programs.