From 2021, Okayama University is partnering in CMB-INFLATE – A 4 years European MSCA-RISE project — Accepted for Funding – (Early January-2021)

(CMB-INFLATE will contribute further understanding of the origins of Universe and more specifically the still poorly known physics of the INFLATION phase)      CMB-INFLATE acceptance for EU funding is excellent for Okayama University, as Pr. Ishino’s group will have for 4 years from 2021, the opportunity to welcome a number of high level scientists from European partners (Norway, Italy, France). Mobilities are all supported by … Continue reading From 2021, Okayama University is partnering in CMB-INFLATE – A 4 years European MSCA-RISE project — Accepted for Funding – (Early January-2021)

International Research Strategy at Okayama University: by relying on a 7 years practice of global research management, some suggestions to return to the road of success

Dr. Chenevier, from the URA division reports about his secondment period (on leave from CNRS – France, from April 2014) at Okayama University. Entitled: “International Research Strategy at Okayama University, 岡山大学での国際研究の戦略について”. The “Conclusions and perspectives” section is partially based on a very dense set of data collected during fieldwork sessions and on a substantial batch of sustainable and large scale research achievements. It provides readers … Continue reading International Research Strategy at Okayama University: by relying on a 7 years practice of global research management, some suggestions to return to the road of success

Okayama University achieves new successes in international research – III

Extension and sustainability of Agreements with major Universities around the world – Oka-Dai Mentioned as a privileged partner. 2020 and 2021 is a period of renewal for a range of Memorandum of Understanding at Okayama University       As joint research projects and mobilities (including ERASMUS) are on the rise, major Universities around the world to extend MoU and Students Exchange Agreements for another 5 years … Continue reading Okayama University achieves new successes in international research – III

Okayama University achieves new successes in international research – II

II – Institut du Medicament de Strasbourg – IMS – Okayama University is the Japanese partner of this International institute. Thanks to a recognized fundamental research activity and well-established national and international networks, IMS aims at developing finalized projects from the entire Strasbourg scientific community, ranging from in silico studies to setting up of preclinical studies, the creation of intellectual property, legal aspects, the setting … Continue reading Okayama University achieves new successes in international research – II

Okayama University achieves new successes in international research – I

I – MULTIDIM : an International France/Japan joint research project – 5 years from 2020 – The international research project MULTIDIM (for “Multifunctional Two-Dimensional Materials for Innovative Biomedicine”), supported by the CNRS, is focused on the collaboration between the team of Alberto Bianco, CNRS Research Director in the Immunology , Immunopathology and Therapeutic Chemistry group (CNRS and Strasbourg University), expert in biomedical applications of multifunctional … Continue reading Okayama University achieves new successes in international research – I

International Research Strategy at Okayama University: suggestions relying on a 7 years practice of global research management

Dr. Chenevier, from the URA division is preparing an Activity Report about his secondment period (on leave from CNRS – France, from April 2014) at Okayama University. Entitled: “International Research Strategy at Okayama University, 岡山大学での国際研究の戦略について”. The “Conclusions and perspectives” section relying on a substantial batch of sustainable and large scale research achievements, provides readers with a range of suggestions to concretely help Japanese Universities to … Continue reading International Research Strategy at Okayama University: suggestions relying on a 7 years practice of global research management