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2015-2016 Osaka University Research Abroad Program and Osaka University Visiting Scholar Program

2015-4-15(Wed)

Osaka University is implementing the Osaka University Research Abroad Program and 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.
As for the projects to be initiated during the 1st period between May 2015 and September 2015, the winners noted below were selected. In addition, applications are now being accepted for the 2nd period, which is to start in October 2015.

 Content of support

Osaka University will provide support for travel and living expenses for OU researchers sent overseas for research projects and/or for outside researchers coming to OU as a part of such projects.

  • OU researchers: up to 1 million yen for a short-term project, up to 3 million yen for a long-term project
  • Outside researchers: up to 1.5 million yen for a short-term project, up to 4.5 million yen for a long-term project

1st period, 2015-2016

Research Abroad Programs

Name, title, organization Project Research partner

SAITO Yayoi, Professor, Graduate School of Letters

Comparative Study of Elder Care Work between Japan and Germany University of Vechta, Germany

FUJIOKA Shinsuke, Associate Professor, Institute of Laser Engineering

Transport Control of relativistic electron beam by using laser-produced strong magnetic field Université Bordeaux, France
TSUJI Takuya, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering
Ultra-fast MRI measurement and numerical simulation of the motion of large object in dense gas-solid flow Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, Switzerland

YAMAMOTO Tsuyoshi, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences

The development of cancer targeting therapeutics based on a near-IR uncaging strategy of cyanine photochemistry and their biological application National Institute of Health, U.S.A.

SAKAI Shinji, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science

Selective-cell isolation based on selective-cell encapsulation Warsaw University of Technology, Poland


Visiting Scholar Program
None were selected.

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