FY2016 SPIRITS Project Achievements and Future Prospects List

Interdisciplinary Type

Department/Institute Principal Investigator Project
Graduate School of Science TSUMURA Koji Revealing Mysteries of Particle Physics by Novel Computation for Atom and Molecules
Graduate School of Engineering HAMACHI Itaru Development of new technology to visualize cellular proteins without genetic manipulation
The HAKUBI Center  for Advanced Research ISHIMOTO Kenta Hydrodynamics of sperm swimming in a channel with complex geometry
Unit of Synergetic Studies for Space, Center for the Promotion of Interdisciplinary Education and Research (C-PiER) KUREHA Makoto Integrated Studies of Ethical and Social Issues concerning Future Space Exploration

International Type

Department/Institute Principal Investigator Project
Graduate School of Letters UEHARA Mayuko Beyond the Legacy of the Kyoto School―Crossing the Borders towards an International Network of the Knowledge
Graduate School of Science AOYAMA Hideaki Dynamics on Synchronization Network of Complex Economic Big Data and Forecasting World Economic Crisis
Graduate School of Science TAKAHASHI Yoshiko International collaborations for cell migration researches toward understanding cancer metastasis
Graduate School of Science SHIMADA Tomoo Formation of International Platform for Integrated Plant Sciences at Kyoto University
Graduate School of Engineering ERIGUCHI Koji Structuring international collaborative network for development of future reliability engineering physics on multi-phase interfaces and the physical system
Graduate School of Human  and Environmental Studies SAIKI Jun NTU-Kyoto University joint research unit for social cognitive biology on representation of environment
Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies (ASAFAS) FURUSAWA Takuro Genetic and Epidemiological Study on How Individualization Affects People’s Mental Stress and Depression in Indonesia
Graduate School of Biostudies UEMURA Tadashi We are what we eat : Japan-UK research network for dietary responses governing growth, disease, and homeostasis
Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies (GSGES) TSUTSUMIDA Narumasa Challenges of Phenology-based Global Land Cover Classification – Research collaboration between Kyoto University and University of Leicester –
Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI) Sameh Kantoush Networking of Reservoir Sediment Management Groups for Sustainable Water Resources Management (SDMNet)
Research Reactor Institute (KURRI) UNESAKI Hironobu Fundamental Study for Radiation Mapping Technology Development of in Ultra-high Dose Environment
Wildlife Research Center (WRC) MURAYAMA Miho International collaboration on novel post-genomic approaches to endangered animal conservation