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International Projects and Programs
Kagoshima University has implemented various kinds of projects and programs for international cooperation. The selected projects and programs are listed below.
|Program Title||Objective||Research Theme||Core Institute(KU)||Partner Countries|
|International Training Program(ITP)||ITP aims to strengthen overseas research and education opportunities for young researchers in Japanese Universities.||International training program to protect diversity of bioresources in the tropical area(2007-2012)||Graduate School of Science and Engineering||Indonesia|
|Asian CORE Program||Asian CORE Program is designed to create world-class research hubs in selected fields within the Asian region, while fostering the next generation of leading researchers.||Formulation of research center on control against negative impacts to coastal fisheries re-sources in Southeast Asia||Faculty of Fisheries||Philippines|
|Asia and Africa(AA) Science Platform Program||AA Science Platform program is de-signed to create high potential research hubs in selected fields within the Asian and African region, while fostering the next generation of leading researchers.||Networking for Diagnosis and Treatment of Citrin Deficiency in East Asia||Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences||China|
|Bilateral Programs||JSPS promotes international scientific exchanges between Japan and counterpart countries. Programs with partner agencies mainly take the form of joint research projects, joint seminars and researcher exchanges.||Molecular-bases of symbiosis between the nitrogen-fixing bacterium Frankia alni and its hosts (2009-2010)||Graduate School of Science and Engineering||China|
|Joint Research Projects|
Above Programs are supported by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
|Course Title||Faculty||Period||Number of Participants|
|Training Course in Coastal Fishing Technique for Sustainable Resource Use||Faculty of Fisheries||15/3－18/6/2010||5 participants from Jamaica, Philippines Western Samoa, Peru and Solomon Islands|
Above Project is supported by JICA.