FY2015 SPIRITS Project Achievements and Future Prospects List

Interdisciplinary Type

Department/Institute Principal Investigator Project
Graduate School of Science YOSHIDA Kentaroh Chaos and Integrable Structure of Space-Time in String Theory
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies TOJU Hirokazu Integration of microbiology, genomics, and theoretical ecology toward understanding and utilizing the “built-in stabilizer” of biosphere
Graduate School of Management (GSM-KU) YAMAUCHI Yutaka Service design for full participation: Realizing foods and beverages for dysphagia
Institute for Chemical Research (ICR) SAKAMOTO Masanori Investigation on the gain-of-function process by the formation of nanoparticle assemblage using DNA origami

International Type

Department/Institute Principal Investigator Project
Graduate School of Education SAITO Naoko Philosophy as translation and understanding other cultures: interdisciplinary research in philosophy and education for bidirectional internationalization
Graduate School of Medicine MARUYAMA Fumito Clarification of genome signatures specific for pathogenic Vibrio cholerae based on genomic information of the environmental isolates
Graduate School of Engineering ARAKI Yoshikazu Development of earthquake resilient constructions
Graduate School of Engineering YAMAMOTO Ryoichi Non-Equilibrium Soft Matter: Glasses and Active Matter in Silico and in Vitro
Graduate School of Engineering SHINTAKU Hirofumi Microfluidic system for single cell RNA-seq and DNA-seq 
Graduate School of Engineering AOI Shinya International and interdisciplinary collaboration for understanding of gait control mechanism in humans and animals
Graduate School of Engineering TATSUMI Kazuya Clarification of Thermo-physics of Blood Flow, Blood Vessel and Thrombus using Micro-fluidic Platform to Establish the Bio-thermal Engineering
Graduate School of Agriculture KONDO Naoshi Establishment of Database of Fluorescence Properties in Asian Agriculture, Livestock, and Aquaculture for 9 Billion People’s Food Production
Graduate School of Informatics SATO Toru Japan-Netherlands joint development of sleep monitoring technology using ultra-wideband radar
Institute for Chemical Research (ICR) KAJI Hironori Analysis of organic photovoltaics materials by solid-state dynamic nuclear polarization
Institute for Frontier Life and Medical Sciences SEHARA Atsuko Integrative understanding of molecular and cellular bases for robustness of living organisms
Primate Research Institute (PRI) NISHIMURA Takeshi International collaboration for understanding the evolutionary process of human speech
Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA) HATTA Taichi An integrative observational study for the multi-disciplinary pain treatment program
The Kyoto University  Museum IWASAKI Naoko Museum collections tell you about history of animal and human exchange in East Asia