The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of the importance of cooperation in overcoming crises. At JST, a funding agency focused on human well-being for all, we are more than ever convinced that global-level solutions are necessary to tackle the immense challenges that await us.
In October 2020 JST started a series of webinars to bring JST’s wide range of activities closer to international stakeholders in Japan and beyond. This time, in the seventh and eighth editions, we will introduce six projects from the JST-Mirai Program scaled up from feasibility studies to full R&D projects through stage-gate evaluation. We will hear from project leaders about their research into a next-generation aquaculture system, direct dynamic wireless power transfer to EV, a high-throughput optical condensation system, smart robot for industry, breeding crops for low-carbon society, and a new material search method for material R&D.
JST connect Webinar: The JST-Mirai Program: Innovative R&D for the future (Part III, IV)
Date: 17:00-18:30 Monday, 2022/01/24
17:00-18:30 Thursday, 2022/01/27 (UCT +09:00)
Organiser: Department of International Affairs, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
Development of Next Generation Sustainable Aquaculture System
NAKAYAMA Ichiro - Research Fellow, The University of Tokyo
Future society opened by direct dynamic wireless power transfer to EV
FUJIMOTO Hiroshi - Professor, The University of Tokyo
Development of Minimally Invasive High-throughput Optical Condensation System
IIDA Takuya - Professor, Osaka Prefecture University
Development of Smart Robot for Revolution of Industry
OHNISHI Kouhei - Project Professor, Keio University
Biomass innovation by elucidating the principle of hybrid vigor
SAZUKA Takashi - Professor, Nagoya University
MEEP; Materials Exploration space Expansion Platform
NAGATO Keisuke - Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo
Please register here:
*Registration is required. The application deadline is 12:00 (UCT +09:00) on 01/21 (for 01/24 webinar) and 01/26 (for 01/27 webinar).
*A Zoom link will be sent on the afternoons of 01/21 and 01/26.
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