United States of America

Contact:

1. Funding Agency of U.S. Side

National Science Foundation (NSF)

2. Field of cooperation

Smart and Connected Communities, NSF 19-564. Eligible award category: Planning Grants.

3. Related Workshops

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4. Calls for Proposals

Month/YearResearch AreasAnnouncement
Jun 2019 Japan (JST) - US (NSF) Joint Research 2019

Smart and Connected Communities, NSF 19-564
※JST conducted this joint call within the framework of Infrastructure Development for Promoting International S&T Cooperation.

Detail

5. Currently in Cooperation

Smart and Connected Communities

Period:FY2020

Program Officer (PO) Dr. IWANO Kazuo, Fellow, Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation

 
Smart and Connected Communities
TitleResearch Leader in Japan Research Leader in the U.S.
Bridging the Digital Gap and Identifying Cross Cultural Pathways for Adoption of IoT Technologies to Support Super Aging Societies in the U.S. and Japan OKAMURA Koji, Professor, Kyushu University Cybersecurity Center
Anupam Joshi, Oros Family Professor, University of Maryland・Baltimore County
Multimodal Data Analytics and Integration for Emergency Response and Disaster Management SHIBASAKI Ryosuke, Professor, The University of Tokyo Center for Spatial Information Science
Shu-Ching Chen, Professor, Florida International University School of Computing and Information Science
Understanding Heat Resiliency via Physiological, Mental, and Behavioral Health Factors for Indoor and Outdoor Urban Environments MUKAIGAWA Yasuhiro, Professor, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Graduate School of Science and Technology
Suren Jayasuriya, Assistant Professor, Arizona State University School of Arts, Media and Engineering the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
Green Low-Speed Mobility in an Aging Society MORIKAWA Takayuki, Professor, Nagoya University, Institutes of Innovation for Future Society, Global Research Institute for Mobility in Society
Perez Miguel, Associate Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Transportation Institute
Socially-integrated Technological Solutions for Real-time Response and Neighborhood Survival After Extreme Events YAMAMOTO Toshiyuki, Professor, Nagoya University Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability
Cynthia Chen, Professor, University of Washington Civil and Environmental Engineering
Privacy-Enhanced Data-Driven Health Monitoring for Smart and Connected Senior Communities YOSHIKAWA Masatoshi, Professor, Kyoto University Graduate School of Informatics Xiong Li, Professor, Emory University Department of Computer Science

6. Finished Projects

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