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Major Research Projects

Major Research Projects

A large number of researchers at Keio University generate enormous synergy in many academic fields in the forms of extensive research projects. Many of them play the roles of vanguards to contribute to the body of knowledge, and hence, to actualize brighter future for the world. It is a great pleasure for us to share excitements of such collaborative efforts made here in Keio University with you.

Global Center of Excellence (G-COE) Programs at Keio University

The Global Center of Excellence is a program grant set by MEXT to strengthen both research and education of graduate schools in Japan. It is to nurture researchers capable of leading international scientific scenes through formations of internationally competitive centers. Its emphasis is on fosterage of international scientific exchanges. The following research projects from Keio University are approved and granted as such G-COE programs.

2008 - 2012

  • Education and Research Center for Stem Cell Medicine
  • Center for Education and Research of Symbiotic, Safe and Secure System Design
  • Raising Market Quality - Integrated Design of "Market Infrastructure"
  • Designing Governance for Civil Societies

2007 - 2011

Keio-NUS CUTE Center

The CUTE (Connective Ubiquitous Technology for Embodiments) Center was set up as Keio University's contribution to the Singaporean governmental intent to promote international collaborations between Singaporean universities with Interactive Digital Media (IDM) research institutes to enhance the country's researches in the field. The center is operated through close cooperations between Keio University, particularly, Graduate School of Media Design, and National University of Singapore (NUS). The center's research focuses are on IDM topics such as lifestyle media in ubiquitous societies, global computing utilizing leading-edge networks, trends in digital contents and Asian pop cultures.

Keio Advanced Research Centers (KARC)

The research centers below are set up as KARC and conducting research activities in respective academic fields.

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