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Projects selected for Osaka University Research Abroad Program and Osaka University Visiting Scholar Program

2014-9-4(Thu)

Starting with the 2014~15 academic year, Osaka University began an Osaka University Research Abroad Program and an Osaka University Visiting Scholar Program. These programs aim, through joint authorship of international theses and establishment of international joint labs, etc., to increase opportunities for conducting international joint research projects at and by Osaka University. Furthermore, these programs aim to improve the quality of OU research for promising research projects by supporting plans to send OU researchers overseas and accept overseas researchers at OU research labs.

Information regarding support provided for projects:

The following support will be provided for projects in which OU researchers are sent overseas for joint research projects and projects in which overseas researchers are accepted for joint research projects in OU laboratories.

Sent overseas -- Short term: a maximum of 1 million yen.
Accepted from overseas -- Short term: a maximum of 1.5 million yen. Long term: a maximum of 4.5 million yen.

Currently, the projects noted below have been selected:

Osaka University Research Abroad Program

Name Research topic
Institution name & Country
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science
TAKAGI Youhei
Numerical meso-scale modeling of oil/gas blowout in deep water
SINTEF, Norway
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Science
YAMAKAWA Tomoko
The functional analysis of Drosophila pecanex in the ER morphogenesis
University of Manchester, England
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering
FUKUSHIGE Shinichi
Development of a Design Method for Destructive Disassembly of Industrial Products
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Medicine
MINARI Jusaku
Investigation of research governance in personal genome era
University of Oxford, England
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering
KOIZUMI Keigo
Development of soil structure health monitoring system by using VDSS and Wireless sensor network
Columbia University, USA
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics
MATSUMURA Naohiro
Research on Shikake Design Methodology
Stanford University, USA
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Science
YABUTA Hikaru
LCMS analysis of fullerenes from carbonaceous meteorite)
Leiden University, Netherlands
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Dentistry
WADA Masahiro
Maintenance therapy in patients following peri-implant therapy: sub-gingival air flow versus ultrasonic instrumentation
Södra Älvsborg Hospital, Sweden
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Letters
NAKAO Kaoru
Comparative Study: The body of Noh theatre and Kun Opera
Hong Kong Baptist University, China

Osaka University Visiting Scholar Program

Name Research Topic
Researcher
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science
ITO Syoji
Understanding energy and charge carrier dynamics in new photo-switchable luminescent nanoparticles
Michel Sliwa, 1st Grade CNRS Researcher Scientist

Lille University of Science and Technology, France
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Human Sciences
NAKAGAWA Takeshi
Health and well-being in very old age: Comparison between American and Japanese centenarians
Jinmyoung Cho, Adjunct Associate Professor

Texas A&M University, USA
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science
ITO Syoji
Spectroscopic Studies of Ratiometric Fluorogenic Probes for the Selective Detection of Biological Relevant Species
Arabinda Mallick, Assistant Professor

Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University, India

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