A Network between Norway and Japan
NorAlumni is focused on promoting research and development in numerous areas of interest to both Norway and Japan. On this portal, you’ll be able to find information about the research being conducted in these areas, as well as learn how you might get involved.
During the estimated period 2015–2020, International partnerships for excellent education and research (INTPART) announces NOK 81,5 million as available funds in order to promote the development of long-term relations between Norwegian higher education and research institutions and high-quality academic environments/research groups in the eight priority countries Japan, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Russia, South Africa or(…)
BeyondLab is a non-profit organization aiming at making accessible science knowledge and science know-how to solve big issues of our society by empowering people. They are launching their activities in Japan with the support of EURAXESS in order to link the European and Japanese innovation ecosystems! There will be a kickoff event on 25 March 2016(…)
International conference at UiO: “Every Picture Tells A Story – The Visualization of Japanese History”
How has the images and interpretations of the most outstanding periods and personages in Japanese history changed during the modern periods? At the 10th and 11th of March, the University of Oslo hosts the international conference “Every Picture Tells A Story – The Visualization of Japanese History” where this is the central question. Titles of(…)
Under the FOXCET program financed by NANO2021, three of six researchers from SINTEF, NTNU and UiO will go to Japan. At Tohoku University in Sendai, Kyushu University, and National Institute of Material Science (NIMS) respectively, they will do experiments, research, work and network with leading researchers, as well as strengthen institutional bonds in Norway and Japan. Read(…)
Japan is known for advanced robotics technology. Audun Sanderud from the Trondheim based robotics company PPM defended in January his PhD at Chuo University in Tokyo, a unique way to get closer to the Japanese market. In his research work Sanderud has looked at a novel approach to safe and productive Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC), “Responsible(…)