Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere

Application Guidelines for Humanosphere Mission Research, 2017

Application Guidelines

April 19, 2017

The Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere (hereafter, referred to as RISH) is promoting advanced and combined research on the five missions of “1: Environmental Diagnosis and Regulation of Circulatory Function”, “2: Advanced Development of Science and Technology Towards a Solar Energy Society”, “3: Sustainable Space Environments for Humankind”, “4: Development and Utilization of Wood-based Sustainable Materials in Harmony with the Human Living Environment”, and “5: Quality of the Future Humanosphere” regarding the most recent issues concerning the survival of the human race. In order to promote these missions on humanosphere, the Center for Exploratory Research on Humanosphere, RISH is publicly recruiting those who can take part in joint research on humanosphere science known as “Humanosphere Mission Research” with the points below. We hope to receive many applications.

Applicant eligibility

Those following people are eligible to become the research director.

  • Full-time instructors (including specific fixed-term instructors), full-time instructors of national and public research institutes, or full-time researchers (including researchers at a National Research and Development Agency or Incorporated Administrative Agency) who are eligible to apply for “Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research”.
    (Applicant from abroad should correspond to the conditions shown above.)
  • Those who are seen as adequate by research team leaders of other centers for exploratory research.

An applicant can apply only one project as a research director. When the project is proposed from outside of RISH, please include one or more instructor(s) at RISH as research collaborator(s) of the project, and assign one of the RISH collaborators as “Person responsible at RISH”.

*Please note the following points as a research director of the proposed project.

  • Honorary professors: It is suggested that an honorary professor becomes a research collaborator of the application by a full-time researcher as a director. If an honorary professor can conduct the research at home, application as a research director is possible, but please separately state the applicant’s research environment.
  • Proposal from abroad: It is possible to apply a project from abroad. However, please consult thoroughly with the research collaborators at RISH on how the research is conducted and how the budget is used because the bookkeeping of the budget is carried out within RISH. We recommend that such proposal from abroad is submitted by the “Person responsible at RISH”.

If applicant’s position at the belonging institution is like a post-doctorate researcher who works on projects under supervision by another researchers or instructors, please apply as a research collaborator of the research project of your interest. Please also check whether the application may not violate obligations that the applicants may have at the belonging institutions.

Deadline for Applications

May 15, 2017 (Monday)

How to Apply

Fill out the prescribed application form and submit it as an electronic file (Microsoft Word). The format of the application forms may change without notice so please be sure to download applications of the latest format at the link below at RISH website. (Please prepare the application form within two pages.)
http://www.rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp/organization_e/exploratory_research/research_project/

Budget

Expenses needed for the research is spent from the budget at RISH. (Note for applicants outside of RISH: The allocated budget is transferred to the “Person responsible at RISH”. So please discuss expenses with the “Person responsible at RISH”.): supply expenses, travel expenses, remuneration expenses, fixtures expenses, other (communication/transportation expenses, etc.)

Please be careful that fixtures bought by the research project should be registered to RISH. Please describe use of the budget in detail in order to help review of the application be clearer.

Granting Period

Until March 31, 2018

Granted Amount

Up to 1,000,000 yen for a project

Where to Send

Takako Ueji (clerk), Center for Exploratory Research on Humanosphere
Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Gokasho, Uji City, 611-0011, Kyoto, JAPAN
E-mail: tueji*uji.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace “*” with “@”)

Contact

Mamoru Yamamoto (director), Center for Exploratory Research on Humanosphere
Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Gokasho, Uji City, 611-0011, Kyoto, JAPAN
Tel: 0774-38-3814 (+81-774-38-3814)
E-mail: yamamoto*rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace the “*” with “@”)

Other

There were 27 projects carried out in the fiscal year 2016. Relationships with humanosphere science and humanosphere missions are major factors in evaluations when conducting reviews. Please bring up the issues presented for adoption in your announcement at the humanosphere mission symposium scheduled to be held at around March 2018 and submit your report on your findings.

Related Links

RISH Research Mission website
http://www.rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp/mission_e/
(For Reference) Issues presented for adoption last year.
http://www.rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp/organization_e/exploratory_research/research_project/#MR2016

Download

2017application4mission_research_en.zip

  • 2017application4mission_research_en.docx
  • 2017application4mission_research_en.pdf (For confirmation)

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