International Education / Research
RISH research activity is spread all over the world. In addition to conducting many international collaborative programs, we open our inter-university research facilities, databases, and projects to the international community. We also contribute to scientific development in Asia and other areas.
We are dedicated to the promotion of international collaborative research. In fiscal year 2019, We conducted 51 international collaborations. A total of 157 RISH members and graduate students visited overseas institute while a total of 155 foreign scientists visited RISH. Both the SICORP (JASTIP) project, which is linked to our Asian research node in Indonesia, and the SATREPS project, which is supported by JST and JICA, cultivate global human resources and help to launch research projects with developing countries.
The Equatorial Atmosphere Radar in Indonesia and the Middle and Upper atmosphere (MU) radar, our biggest facility, have been accepting international applicants for inter-university collaborative programs. We promote internationalization of other large facilities, such as the Deterioration Organisms Laboratory (DOL) and Living-Sphere Simulation Field (LSF), to enhance the transfer of technology and higher education.
RISH organizes several annual international symposiums and schools. Innovative Humanosphere Science is also promoted by employing overseas researchers at the Global Sustainable Science Unit. In addition, RISH and Indonesian National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) have co-organized the Humanosphere Science School (HSS) since 2008, the International Symposium for Sustainable Humanosphere (ISSH) since 2011, and the Sustainable Development Seminar (SDS) since 2017.
For the promotion of international collaboration for humanosphere science and development of related fields of science, we have signed following Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) and/or Letters of Intent (LOIs) with foreign institutions worldwide. At the end of 2022 we had 25 MOUs in place, and the number is continually increasing.
|Nanjing Forestry University
|Centre de Recherches sur les Macromolécules Végétales,
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
|National Institute of Aeronautics and Space of the Republic of Indonesia (LAPAN)
|VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
|Zhejiang A & F University
|College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences, University of Oklahoma
|National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL) Department of Space, Govt. of India
|Institute of Mathematics and Informatics of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
|Southwest Forestry University
|College of Planning and Design, National Cheng Kung University
|Faculty of Forestry, Tanjungpura University
|Research Center for Biomaterial Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
|Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University
|College of Forest and Environmental Sciences, Kangwon National University
|Material Science and Engeneering College, Northeast Forestry University
|Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Andalas University
|Indian Institute of Geomagnetism（IIG）
|The National Space Organization, National Applied Research Laboratories of Taiwan, R.O.C.
|National Museum of Taiwan History
|The Faculty of Forestry, The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, The Faculty of Agriculture of Mulawarman University
|Forest Products Research and Development Center, Forestry Research, Development and Innovation Agency, Ministry of Environment and Forestry
|Universiti Putra Malaysia
|Université de Lorraine
|The School of Electrical Engineering, Chongqing University
RISH established three positions for visiting scientists from foreign countries. This program started in 1986, and we are now hosting approximately 5 scientists every year. We also encourage young scientists to participate. About 8 foreign post-doctoral fellows have visited RISH under the “JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Foreign Researchers”. Additionally, we accept approximately 25 foreign graduate students every year.