Kyushu University: 6 Kyushu U joint research projects selected for MIRAI2.0 seed funding of Japan-Sweden inter-university consortium

MIRAI2.0, an academic alliance of 19 Swedish and Japanese universities, invited applications for seed funding to encourage further development of existing and new collaborations based on innovative projects and new ideas among MIRAI2.0 member universities. A total of 24 collaborative projects were selected across the five priority areas of Ageing, AI, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Materials Science, and Sustainability.

Six of the 24 proposals were chosen as projects with main applicants from Kyushu University.

Applicants will collaborate on the selected projects to promote joint research and programs, write co-authored papers, secure external funding, and develop short-term courses for doctoral students and postdocs, among other things, depending on the theme and purpose of each project.

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