Opportunities to participate in research projects to create a super smart society in collaboration with consortium partners
Research projects related to fundamental technologies for a super smart society
Students can conduct fundamental technology research projects towards a super smart society and cultivate interdisciplinary problem-solving skills under the mentorship of not only the students’ academic supervisors but also industrial and government advisors. A budget of 500,000 yen per year is allocated for student-initiated research.
Research projects to create a super smart society
Research projects to create a super smart society aim to create research groups to solve interdisciplinary social issues. If such an interdisciplinary research team is established, a research fund of up to two million yen per year will be allocated for social implementation.
Unique educational programs in cooperation with society through the Super Smart Society Promotion Consortium
Courses related to the creation of a super smart society
We develop courses in cooperation with the Super Smart Society Promotion Consortium’s participating organizations (national research institutes, private companies, municipalities, etc.). Students learn about current real-world issues & advanced technologies.
Cyber/physical off-campus project
We provide opportunities to participate in internships at participating organizations of the Super Smart Society Promotion Consortium. Students learn skills necessary to lead a super smart society through a hands-on off-campus project in a variety of fields beyond their specialty.
Financial support that allows students to concentrate on their education and research.
The following financial support systems are available:
Research Assistant(RA) employment to promote collaborative research in interdisciplinary fields
See Enrolled Students’ Support for more information.
Opportunities for joint research with overseas partner organizations and support for travel expenses
Global off-campus research project
We provide opportunities to intern at a research organization of an overseas partner organization or consortium-participating organization for three months or more, and conduct global joint research related to the student’s research theme. A maximum of 800,000 yen per student is provided for travel expenses.