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04/01/16

Shizuoka University's Research Fellows

Shizuoka University's Research Fellows are the core members of the faculty who provide the organizational drive toward interdisciplinary and unexplored fields of research, as well as individual research, and who shoulder the role of trailblazers and leaders in various fields of research at the university.
 Individually, they have preeminent research track records (numbers of books and papers written, numbers of papers used in citations, acquisition of external funding such as Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research subsidies, joint research results, intellectual property (patents and the like), and various awards), which serve as the basis for the comprehensive evaluation of their achievements as leaders in education and research, their instruction to students, and their contributions to society. (During the first and second phases, they were referred to as preeminent researchers.)

  First Phase (April 14, 2011–March 31, 2013): 22 Fellows
  Second Phase (January1, 2014–March 31, 2016): 22 Fellows
  Third Phase (April 01, 2016–March 31, 2019): 14 Fellows


Shizuoka University's Young Researchers

Shizuoka University's Young Researchers are the young members of the faculty who are creative, highly aware, able to jump-start new trends, and who are aiming for the lofty goal of bearing the future of the university.
They are chosen from among faculty members in all fields who are generally under 40 years old based on a comprehensive evaluation of their acquisition of external funding such as Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research subsidies, the number of books and papers they have written, and their intellectual properties (patents and the like).

  First Phase (April 14, 2011–March 31, 2013): 25 Young Researchers
  Second Phase (August 1, 2013–March 31, 2016): 17 Young Researchers
  Third Phase (April 01, 2016–March 31, 2019): 20 Young Researchers


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