Information for Principal Researcher of proposed Joint Research Activities

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Processes of a Joint Research Activities

Joint Research Activities Report

Since 2004, to publicly communicate the results of Joint Research Activities conducted at the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS), RIMS has compiled project results into the Joint Research Activities Report every year and distributed it to institutions related to mathematics in Japan.
Report forms are available for download on the following page.
=> Formats

Seminar rooms and facilities for joint research

RIMS provides Room 420 and Room 111 as places for joint research activities and Room 110 as an extra room.
(Room 201 in the Research Building No. 15 may be also provided as an extra room.)
Each room has the following facilities:

Room No. (Capacity) Facilities Room image
Room 420 (150 people) Visual Presentator (document camera/LCD projector)
Blackboard/screen (1)
Tea machine (hot water, cold water, green tea, brown rice tea)
Room 111 (60 people) Visual Presentator (document camera/LCD projector)
Blackboard/screen (1)
Whiteboard (1)
Room 110 (48 people) Visual Presentator (document camera/LCD projector)
Blackboard/screen (1)
Whiteboard (1)
Room 201 in Building No.15 (54 people)
Access: Research Building No. 15, ANNEX
Visual Presentator (document camera/LCD projector)
Blackboard/screen (1)
Whiteboard (1)

Lobby

Sofa, tables (3),
Tea machine (hot water, cold water, green tea, brown rice tea)
Photocopier (1)
Desk top computers (2)
Printer (1)
OS: Windows 10
Installed software: Internet Explorer, SSH
Service hours: 9:00~17:00
If you want to use a computer, ask the staff member in charge of joint use.

Preparation of the Kôkyûroku and the Kôkyûroku Bessatu

For preparation of the Kôkyûroku and the Kôkyûroku Bessatu, please refer to the following pages:
Kôkyûroku/Kôkyûroku Bessatsu
Forms

Schedule

here

Call for proposals

here

Formats

here

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