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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
Malaysia
Thailand
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
(2008-2012)
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
(2009-2011) Vietnam
  Korea
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.