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TUT symposium - “From the East Mikawa Area of Japan to the World”

Toyohashi University of Technology launched the “Research Institute for Science and Technology Innovation” in April 2016, accompanied by the commencement of16 cutting edge collaborative research projects with local companies, universities overseas, and national institutions. In this symposium, TUT reported the progress and results of these world leading research projects under the title of “From the East Mikawa Area of Japan to the World - Creation of new values by Industry-Academia-Government Collaborations”. A panel discussion with senior representatives of national and local governments, industries and academia was also held as a part of the symposium.


Date 14th February, 2017
Time 12:30 - 17:30
Place Hotel Associa Toyohashi, Japan

TUT Symposium: “From the East Mikawa Area of Japan to the World” (Japanese Only)

The 1st TUT-ASEAN University Presidents Forum

TUT accelerates the circulation of young talented researchers across the globe

TUT started an international research project in collaboration with four universities in the United States and Europe; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA), City University of New York (USA), Erlangen- Nuremberg University (Germany) and Stuttgart University (Germany). The goal of this project is the development of novel functional materials for controlling light and electromagnetic waves and making devices from these materials. The project is supported by the Japan Society For the Promotion of Science (JSPS) – “Program for Advancing Strategic International Networks to Accelerate the Circulation of Talented Researchers”.

This JSPS program aims to develop high level young Japanese researchers who will form the nucleus of international networks. These networks will tap into top level talent worldwide, and be made up of promising Japanese research groups and members of top-ranked overseas research institutions. Their goal will be to jointly carry out international research projects..

Development of Nano-scale Artificial Magnetic Lattice Materials and Making Devices from these Materials
Overview of the project

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