Visiting 3S Researchers
3S is the abbreviation for “Seiwa Scholars Society,” which consists of the past and current Inamori Research Grant recipients. The 3S has evolved since 1997 with the hope that the interactions among the various specialties of the 3S members can lead to the further development of the research of their own. In the series “Visiting...
In the series “Visiting 3S Researchers,” we interview researchers in 3S who are very active in a variety of fields. The eighth interview is with Dr. Eiji Yuba (2019 Inamori Research Grant Recipient) from the Osaka Metropolitan University.
We interviewed Dr. Hayashi, who is studying the child mind using lies as a lead, to give us a detailed account on this topic of great interest.
In the series “Visiting 3S Researchers,” we interview researchers in 3S who are very active in a variety of fields. The sixth interview is with Dr. Hiroko Nishida (2017 Inamori Research Grant Recipient) from Kyushu University.
In the series "Visiting 3S Researchers," we interview researchers in 3S who are very active in a variety of fields. The fifth interview is with Dr. Mareki Honma (2003 Inamori Research Grant Recipient) from National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.
We interviewed Dr. Yuichi Takeuchi who seeks to understand the phenomenon of laterality from interdisciplinary perspectives!
While considering new role and sustainability of the research station, Dr. Daisuke Akaishi, a program-specific assistant professor, realized that research carried out there needed to include not only the natural environment but also the livelihood of people in the whole surrounding basin formed by the rivers that originate in the forest.
We interviewed Dr. Hiroshi Nishiura, who uses mathematics to fight against the invisible enemy of infectious diseases that affect all human beings, and asked about the forefront of COVID-19 countermeasures and the goals of his research.
A research team led by Professor Rie Umetsu at Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University has succeeded in the world’ s first direct observation of the electronic state of “half-metal,” which is expected to become next-generation materials for the realization of revolutionary devices.