Notice of the 7th annual (2015) Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists (with a special quota for female researcher)

2014-04-11

We have received “Application Guidelines for The 7th (2015) Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists” from the director of the Inoue Foundation, a public interest incorporated foundation.

 

<<Details>>

This application shall be submitted to the faculty. Applicants must submit the required documents by the deadline.

 

Deadline

Submit to

Faculty of Education & Human Sciences

July 22 (Tue), 2014

General Affairs Group, Support Division, Faculty of Education and Human Sciences

Faculty of Engineering

July 22 (Tue), 2014

General Affairs Group, Support Division, Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences

July 22 (Tue), 2014

General Affairs Group, Support Division, Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences

Faculty of Medicine Campus related

July 22 (Tue), 2014

General Affairs Research Cooperation Group, Administration Division, Faculty of Medicine

Center related

July 22 (Tue), 2014

Research Support Division, Research Support Group

 

Purpose

To support the creativity and independence of young scientists who have displayed an excellent performance in basic research of science, and to aim at further pioneering their development. We subsidize for highly potential research plans to be carried out independently or with collaborators, on the basis of past achievement.

 

Eligibility

To be applicable to all of the following items.

1. A researcher who has obtained doctoral degree in basic natural science research within 9 years (as of March 31st, 2015). (However, if the research was inevitably interrupted by childbirth or child raising, the suspended time can be excluded from the limited years.)

2. A researcher who belongs to, or is scheduled to belong to a national, public, or private university, or inter-university research institute in Japan

 

Amount/ Period of the grant

5 million yen/ person

2 years

 

Number of awardees

Less than four persons, including one female researcher.