The intramural project is an intramural grant program for research expenses. The objective is to increase the number of researches that will be selected for Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, AMED, competitive funds, etc. in the future by providing systematic and strategic support for obtaining research funds.
Strategic Collaborative Research Support Program
Organize substantial intra-university joint research and cross-disciplinary research, and support strategic joint research projects that will strengthen the university's competitiveness, contribute to the acquisition of large competitive research funds, or lead to the adoption of a Top Journal.
Priority Research Support Program
The program supports highly original and excellent research by individuals or small groups that can contribute to strengthening the university's competitiveness and obtaining large competitive research funds, or that can lead to papers being accepted for publication in highly regarded journals.
Selected Research Support Program
Support highly original and outstanding research by individuals or small groups.
Young Researcher Support Program
In order to enhance the research capabilities of young researchers at the University, we will support highly original and outstanding research by young researchers. In addition, the title of "Outstanding Young Researcher" will be given to particularly outstanding researchers, and special support will be provided.
Graduate Student Research Support Program
The program provides research funding support to undergraduate and graduate students and their courses/laboratories for the purpose of promoting their research. Undergraduate and graduate students are not eligible to apply for Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research ("KAKENHI") from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Therefore, the university will support undergraduate and graduate students through its own system.
International Research Program (International Joint Research Proposal Competition)
We will promote continuous international joint research and the formation of international joint research centers by inviting ambitious projects that promote international joint research with overseas researchers as a proposal competition, providing support for the start-up of such projects, and offering rewards to projects with excellent results in the following fiscal year and beyond. We highly evaluate activities that lead to applications for MEXT Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research "Strengthening International Collaborative Research B" and international co-authored papers.
Contact : Reserch Support Section, Research Support Division (Headquarters Building 1st floor, extention 2194, firstname.lastname@example.org)