Each officer and employee of Tera Probe fulfills their obligations and responsibility to society and the environment. We believe that working in harmony with our stakeholders increases corporate value. The rules that each individual should obey are specified in the Tera Probe Code of Conduct.
This code of conduct is the basis for the activities of our business offices. The Hiroshima office plants kenaf every year in May as a measure to mitigate global warming, and we harvest the plants in November. we also endeavor to beautify the surrounding area by conducting cleanup activities off the office grounds once a quarter.
The Kyushu office raises carp in the waste water used to cool the facilities, confirming that there is no problem with water quality. As one of our contributions to the community, we also conduct window tours for local primary and junior high school students to view the work processes. From 2011, when ume (Japanese plum) trees fruit, we open the ume grove to local community for picking so that we interact with them.
We attended "Technology Road-Mapping Presentation" in Hongo Campus, the University of Tokyo in February 2012.
This is the exercise which graduate students analyze public information of listed company, and suggest future direction of technology and management. It is held yearly under the instruction of Professor Kazuro Kageyama, and Project Associate Professor Nobuyuki Tsuji in Department of Technology Management for Innovation, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo.
Tera Probe was taken as an object of study this year, and four people including an officer visited there. The graduate students gave logical and passionate presentation. Semiconductor industry and Tera Probe business were accurately analyzed.
We realized the synergy of industry-university cooperation.