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Center for Low-temperature Plasma Sciences, Nagoya University

Image of Nagoya UniversityLow-temperature plasma sciences that are the most important sciences and technologies responsible for the lifeline of manufacturing, and are expected to be innovative in a wide range of other fields such as the medical, agriculture, fishery, and the environment. Center for Low-temperature Plasma Sciences “cLPS” deepens Low-temperature plasma sciences, which holds the key to future industries and global environment, and explores the unknown possibilities by merging each field to create new value. The purpose is to contribute to the sustainable development for human beings. Toward that targets, we pursue variety of researches in the world's leading “Plasma Science Platform”, which consolidates and organizes internal resources, joint use and joint research on low-temperature plasma with researchers belonging to industries, universities and other research institutes in Japan and abroad. By breaking the boundaries of various interdisciplinary areas, we will advance the innovative researches as well as the development of challenging and original "plasma science".

Center of Plasma Nano-interface Engineering (CPNE), Kyushu University

Image of Kyushu UniversityIf the interaction of plasma and nano-interface is clarified and it is possible control, it brings explosive development to the creation of advanced nano material and nano structure that was not able to be achieved so far. In this center, systematized study on base and application on interaction of plasma and nano-interface is promoted, and international center research center is established. A joint research and interactive, international education with domestic and foreign industry-academic-government including university and research laboratories overseas in Germany and South Korea, etc are promoted. We play a part of worldwide research education base making about Kyushu University by promoting it to talent who accepts an excellent domestic and foreign student and pulls the world, and supply it to industrial-academic-government in the world.


Tohoku University大学院工学研究科非平衡プラズマ学際研究センター

東北大学ロゴ非平衡プラズマ学際研究センターでは、新たな学術領域が拡がっている非平衡プラズマを基軸とした学術融合研究により、環境共生型・低消費電力・医療福祉・食の安全・未来社会を実現するために、「プラズマメディカル科学部門」「プラズマアグリ科学部門」「プラズマフロンティア科学部門」「プラズママテリアル科学部門」の4つの部門を設置し、非平衡プラズマによる、1. 革新的細胞応答制御技術開発、2. 革新的農業技術開発、3. 次世代推進機開発、4.革新的ナノ材料創製を目指して、プラズマ装置の開発と各種計測システムの構築を行っています。


Center for Novel Science Initiatives (CNSI), National Institutes of Natural Sciences​ ​

Image of National Institutes of Natural Sciences Center for Novel Science Initiatives (CNSI)The National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS) is an inter-university research institute corporation, consisting of five research institutes: the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, the National Institute for Fusion Science, the National Institute for Basic Biology, the National Institute for Physiological Sciences, and the Institute for Molecular Science. NINS, taking advantage of the characteristics and strength of the constituting institutes, actively promotes academic research activities as an inter-university research institute. NINS is expected not only to advance cutting-edge research on essential topics, but also to play a central role to organize the research core for future academic research areas. To accomplish the role, we opened the Center for Novel Science Initiative (CNSI) in April 2009. In the Center for Novel Science Initiatives (CNSI) of the National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS), we launched the Department of Plasma Bio Science in April 2018. Furthermore, to promote collaborative interdisciplinary research of basic plasma bioscience, we started the Plasma Bio Consortium with the Plasma Medicine Innovation Center and the Plasma Nano Engineering Center at Nagoya University, and the Plasma Nano-Interface Engineering Center at Kyushu University. Using the framework of the consortium, collaboration research projects are being actively conducted.