“Excellent Science” can only be achieved by “Excellent Scientists”. It is our responsibility to encourage our students to become excellent scientists. To ensure success, we offer a wealth of programs and resources for our young scientists.
- Education in the Graduate Schools
- Training of Young Researchers
- Doctoral and Master’s Degrees
- Graduate Students and Their Origins
- Training Programs for Young Researchers
Education in the Graduate Schools
Every laboratory is affiliated with one of the Graduate Schools and contributes to education. Currently, 13 laboratories are affiliated with the Graduate School of Science, 9 with Engineering, 2 with Agriculture, 4 with Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1 with Medicine and 1 with Informatics.
Training of Young Researchers
|Details of Researchers at ICR (without Faculties and Graduate Students) As of May 1, 2022|
|Post-doctoral Research Fellows||45|
|(Researchers from Corporations (private)||18)|
|Research Students and Research Fellows||7|
Doctoral and Master’s Degrees
|Doctoral Degrees (1 Jan – 31 Dec, 2021)|
|Master’s Degrees (1 Apr 2021 – 31 Mar 2022)|
|Graduate School of|
Graduate Students and Their Origins As of May 1, 2022
Training Programs for Young Researchers
|Annual Schedule (from April, 2022 to March, 2023)|
|April||Orientation for New Graduate Students|
|May||Spring Sports Tournaments (HEKISUIKAI)*|
|June||Training on Safety and Health for New Graduate Students|
|July||Summer Party (HEKISUIKAI)*|
|September||Autumn Sports Tournaments (HEKISUIKAI)|
|October||The 28th Public Lectures|
|December||The 122th ICR Annual Symposium|
|The 26th ICR Award for Young Scientists and ICR Award for Graduate Students|
|February||Symposium of Graduate Students|
*The Event has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.
These Event remain subject to cancellation or change depending on the status of COVID-19 infections going forward.