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Knowledge Co-Creation - Profiles of researchers

(Feb. 7)Mastering Semiconductor Doping Technology Extending Its Applications to Life Sciences

Takahiro Shinada
Associate Professor, Waseda Institute for Advanced Study

(Dec. 6)Using finance theory to examine the ideal form of corporations and society

Megumi Suto
Professor, Faculty of Commerce (Graduate School of Finance, Accounting and Law), Waseda University

(Oct. 14)Exploring the mechanisms of emotional problems which occur from to the ability to manipulate language

Tomu Otsuki
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University

(Jul. 12)Promoting a shift to next-generation energy through catalytic chemistry in electric fields at ambient temperatures

Yasushi Sekine
Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

(May. 10)Seeking to create revolutionary materials technology through a long-term vision and daily effort

Taishi Takenobu
Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

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(Jan. 17)Explaining the Characteristics of the Great East Japan Earthquake using the Idea of Complex Crises

In response to the unprecedented disaster that Eastern Japan faced on March 11, 2011, Waseda University established a disaster response headquarters immediately after the earthquake, and worked towards determining which students, alumni and teachers were affected as well as working on other urgent needs."[More...]

(Nov. 29)Toward a World-class Research Base with Innovative Approaches to Mathematical Fluid Dynamics

Since olden days, people have tried to understand nature through mathematics. Scholars active in the 16th to 18th centuries, starting with Galileo Galilei who left us with the words of "The greatest books of nature have been written in the language of mathematics,"[More...]

(Aug. 9)In Search of Post-War Japanese Identity in Occupation Period Media and Occupation of Japan Policy

Everyone recognizes that post-war Japanese culture was heavily influenced by the United States. Above all, Japan incorporated various aspects of the advanced and sophisticated American culture during its period of rapid post-war growth such as television, music, film, art, sports and lifestyles.[More...]

(Jun. 7)Securing a competitive advantage for Japan through green IT which supports a low-carbon society

Upon entering the 2010s, the two main pillars of Japan's strategy for existing as a world leader in science and technology are "life" and "green." Life refers to science and technology related to health and life in an aging society.[More...]

(Apr. 5)Conducting concentrated humanities research of "Buddhism" as a civilization that swept through East Asia

When asked to mention a strong field of educational research at Waseda University, one keyword that will come up, regardless if people are from inside or outside of the university, is "Asia."[More...]