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Joint Usage / Research Center

Research Institute for Applied Mechanics (RIAM) has been approved by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) as a Joint Use and Joint Research Center "Applied Mechanics Joint Research Center" since April 2010, and is promoting relevant researches to resolve environmental and energy problems.

Currently, the RIAM is offering five joint research programs; "Designated Joint Research", "International Joint Research", "Early Career Joint Research", "Standard Joint Research" and "Research Workshops" in three research fields ("Earth Environment Dynamics", "Nuclear Fusion Dynamics" and "Renewable Energy Dynamics"). "Cross-Disciplinary" research and "International" research were added in "Designated Joint Research".

From 2022, in order to further promote the "Cross-Disciplinary" and "International" researches all joint research programs include "cross-disciplinary" research that covers more than one field and Japanese nationals living abroad can apply for the "International Joint Research".

RIAM will enhance the quality of our research together with domestic and international collaborators and further develop to be able to serve as an international joint research center.

We will encourage the contribution of our research to society and respond to the demands of the environment and energy.





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