"Writing a successful KAKENHI application"

Date

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 12:00 to 13:00

Location

Lab3, C700

Description

Target Audience: Everyone who is thinking about applying for a Kakenhi and/or other independent funding

Session Format: Panel discussion followed by Q&A

What will be discussed:

  • Elements of a successful Kakenhi application
  • Time management during proposal writing
  • Budget, timeline and other considerations

About the Panelists:

Dr. Sigita Augustinaite 

Postdoctoral Scholar at Kuhn Unit

Research field: Neuroscience

Kakenhi: "Behavior state related V1 layer 6 output"

Research Category: Grant-in-aid for Young Scientist (B) for 2  years

 

Dr. Rory Cerbus  

Postdoctoral Scholar at Chakraborty Unit

Research field: Fluid mechanics (transition to turbulence) 

Kakenhi: "Test of the universality class for the transition to turbulence in pipe flow"

Research Category: Grant-in-aid for Young Scientist (B) for 2  years

Dr. Bill Soederstroem 

Postdoctoral Scholar at Skoglund Unit

Research field: Bacterial cell biology 

Kakenhi: "Deciphering the bacterial cell division machinery using advance imaging methods"

Research Category: Grant-in-aid for Young Scientist (B) for 2  years

Dr. Ryohei Seto 

Group Leader at Fried Unit

Research field: Soft matter physics  

Kakenhi: "Rheology and flow simulation of shear thickening suspensions"

Research Category: Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research (C) for 3  years

Dr. Michael Kuba 

Staff Scientist at Miller Unit

Research field: Animal behavior  

Kakenhi: "Brain activity of cephalopods during active and rest states"

Research Category: Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research (C) for 3  years

 

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