Graduate School of Information Science and Technology (IST) of The University of Tokyo has reopened recrutment for Excellent Research Assistant for “IST Creative Evolution Project”.
The students involved in the initiative, as Excellent Research Assistants, will cultivate abilities for planning, developing, and promoting projects, as well as acquiring a variety of perspectives surrounding information science and engineering. Of course, the interactions with versatile people in IST and related communities will be precious occasions by becoming Excellent Research Assistants of the project.
Please refer to the application guideline for the project's details.
The Excellent Research Assistant will be involved in the tasks including (1) to (4) below by forming a team and conducting the projects.
(1) Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)
Explore, support, and execute Diversity and Inclusion activities in the area of information science and technology.
(2) Science Communications
Explore, support, and execute a variety of science communications activities related to IST.
(3) Industry-Academia Collaboration
Explore, support, and execute industry-academia collaboration, especially involving the UMP-JUST program in IST.
In addition to the items (1) to (3) above, a variety of activities may be considered in the project. Especially for international students, strengthening the representation of the activities in IST to global communities and English-friendly communication environments of IST are of great importance.
July 2022 to March 2023.
(Approximately 20 hours per month.)
40,000 yen / month
【Number of Employments】
6 to 10 students
Open on August 1st 2022 untill the position is filled.
【Qualification Requirements 】
Doctor or Master students in IST
Please refere to Further Information from linked documents, below .
IST-Excellent Research Assistant for “IST Creative Evolution Project” Poster in Japanese
IST-Creative Evolution Project-RA_Application Guideline_ENG_AUGUST2022
IST-Creative Evolution Project-RA_Application Form (ⅰ)
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