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I want to contribute to the world by pursuing environmental technology in Japan.
Xiaoxi Zhang
Information Network Laboratory Group
Energy and Environment Systems Laboratories
Green Material Project
Telecommunications Equipment Material Technology Group

Note: The contents and the name of the laboratory are as of the time of the interview.


Mrs. Zhang was born in China, and joined NTT in 2009. She gave birth to her first child in 2013. After returning from maternity leave, she made use of NTT's reduced working hours system to balance child rearing with her research activities. She believes that this environment, which allows her to give 100% both at home and at work, has contributed directly to her growth as a researcher.

From now on, while continuing to make contributions in Japan, with overseas expansion of my technology and promoting global business operations in sight, I hope to make contributions to the whole world. Since NTT Laboratories represents Japan on the world stage, I often participate actively in international conferences. I have made acquaintance with researchers around the world, and I draw a lot of inspiration from my increased chances for scientific discussion. Eventually, I would like to participate in conferences on international standardization. I hope that I can further promote contributions to the environment using ICT, made possible by my status as a researcher at NTT Laboratories.

I believe that the very Japanese quality of our solidly built organization is what enables me to envision such a future at NTT. The support of my professional growth kindly offered by my coworkers and the presence of researchers from many different countries are things I can always count on. The great emphasis placed on teamwork is also a defining feature of our organization. We are expected to cooperate with one another as we advance our research, which contributes to my growth in a way that I feel is only possible at a Japanese corporation.

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