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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät | Institut für Informatik | Institutstermine | Vortrag: Studieren und Promovieren in Japan am National Institute of Informatics, Tokio

Vortrag: Studieren und Promovieren in Japan am National Institute of Informatics, Tokio

  • Wann 07.12.2015 von 15:15 bis 16:30
  • Wo RUD 25, Humboldt-Kabinett
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Es spricht Prof. Henri Angelino, Acting Director of the Global Liaison Office


The National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo is the only national academic research institute for Informatics in Japan. Its activities deal with:

  • “Fundamental” research performed in one of the 4 research divisions (Principles of Informatics, Information Systems Architecture Science, Digital Content and Media Sciences and Information and Society)
  • “Strategic” research in one of the 9 “research centers” and 3 projects, some being national projects e.g. big data mathematics or Quantum information.
  • “Construction/Operation” of Cyber Science infrastructure academic network and contents

Moreover NII has “Education activity” for graduate students in the frame of the Department of Informatics of SOKENDAI University, a special university that receives only PhD. students

After a general presentation of the research activities in the four Divisions, NII policy for International cooperation will be presented. Some aspects will be discussed that are implemented with financial support from NII with partner institutions in the frame of a MOU:

"NII International Internship" to receive Master or PhD students for a short period 2-6 months, supported by NII.