FY2020 MANABIYA (ACADEMIC) – application now closed
The MANABIYA System
MANABIYA is a system to foster a new generation of researchers proficient in the three fields of computational, information and experimental science and to develop the new interdisciplinary academic field of “Chemical Reaction Design and Discovery (CReDD)” worldwide. Thus, we aim to form an academic network, making ICReDD an internationally recognized research institution, and discover new research seeds.
Early-career researchers and graduate-level students from domestic and overseas research centers and universities are invited to stay at ICReDD for 2 weeks (minimum) to 3 months (maximum). The purpose of this system is to help the researchers acquire techniques for developing new chemical reactions. In the course of their study, they are also expected to discover new research seeds. In the future, we aim to establish a brain circulation society where the researchers use and spread the techniques they have acquired at ICReDD.
Please refer to the research topics offered by our faculty members below and read the application guidelines if you are interested in applying to MANABIYA Academic!
Application deadline: The FY2020 MANABIYA (ACADEMIC) application is closed.
In the MANABIYA Industry branch of the program, we promote collaborations between ICReDD faculty and corporate researchers in the form of consulting and research collaborations.
Please refer to the research topics offered by our faculty members below and contact a MANABIYA representative if you are interested in MANABIYA Industry!
|MAEDA, Satoshi||Theoretical analysis and prediction of reaction mechanism using automated reaction path search methods|
|TAKETSUGU, Tetsuya||Calculation of excited state species and design of heterogeneous catalysts|
|Theoretical calculation of polymer materials and macromolecules|
|YOSHIOKA, Masaharu||Information extraction from chemical research papers|
|Chemoinformatics tools for chemical data management, analysis and QSAR modeling|
|TAKIGAWA, Ichigaku||Methods and practices for data-intensive research|
|KOMATSUZAKI, Tamiki||Phase space geometry of chemical reactions and on-line machine learning to accelerate experiments|
|ITO, Hajime||Development of new reactions of small molecules with various elements|
|SAWAMURA, Masaya||Development of new catalytic reactions using transition metals|
|Development of new reactions using organocatalysis|
|INOKUMA, Yasuhide||Small to medium-size molecule synthesis and crystallography|
|HASEGAWA, Yasuchika||Light-emitting materials with high brightness and durability|
|GONG, Jian Ping||Synthesis of biocompatible/self-evolving gels and macromolecules|
|TANAKA, Shinya||Cell control by new materials, development of next-generation diagnosis tools|