United States of America

Bilateral

Contact:

1. Field of Cooperation

"Human-Centered Data for Resilience Research in line with related items of the SDGs and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction"

"Digital Science"

Program Officer : IWANO Kazuo, Advisor, Specially Appointed Professor, School of Environment and Society, Tokyo Institute of Technology

"Big Data and Disaster Research" (concluded in 2017)

Program Officer : KITSUREGAWA Masaru, Ph.D., Director General, National Institute of Informatics

Program Officer : SHIBAYAMA Etsuya, Ph.D.,Professor, Information Technology Center, The University of Tokyo

"Metabolomics" (concluded in 2016)

Program Officer : NISHIOKA Takaaki, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University

2. Funding Agency of U.S. Side

National Science Foundation (NSF)

3. Related Workshops

Related Workshops
Month/YearPlaceDescription
Dec 2016 Arlington NSF-JST Metabolomics for a Low Carbon Society Workshop and Post Projects Review
Jun 2015 California NSF-JST Metabolomics for a Low Carbon Society Workshop and Symposium
Sep 2013 Nara Japan-US Joint Workshop "Metabolomics for Low Carbon Society"
Feb 2012 Narita Kick-off Meeting

4. Calls for Proposals

Calls for Proposals
Month/YearResearch AreasPress Release
Jul 2021

Japan (JST) - US (NSF) Joint Research 2021
※JST conducted this joint call within the framework of Infrastructure Development for Promoting International S&T Cooperation.

Detail
Nov 2020

Information on Japan (JST) - US (NSF) Joint Research Commencing in FY2021
Digital Science for Post-COVID-19 Society

Detail
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
Jun 2014 Big Data and Disaster Research Detail
Feb 2011 Metabolomics for a Low Carbon Society Detail

5. Currently in Cooperation

Digital Science for Post-COVID-19 Society

Period:FY 2021 - FY 2024

Digital Science for Post-COVID-19 Society
TitleResearch Leader in Japan Research Leader in the U.S.
Multimodal Data Analytics and Integration for Effective COVID-19, Pandemics and Compound Disaster Response and Management SHIBASAKI Ryosuke, Professor, Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo Shu-Ching Chen, Professor, School of Computing and Information Sciences, Florida International University
PanCommunity: Leveraging Data and Models for Understanding and Improving Community Response in Pandemics NISHIURA Hiroshi, Professor, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University Kasim Candan, Professor, School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, Arizona State University
Active Sensing and Personalized Interventions for Pandemic-Induced Social Isolation HIGASHINO Teruo, Dean and Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Information and Computer Science, Kyoto Tachibana University Insup Lee, Cecilia Fitler Moore Professor, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania
Hyperlocal Risk Monitoring and Pandemic Preparedness through Privacy-Enhanced Mobility and Social Interactions Analysis YOSHIKAWA Masatoshi, Professor, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University Li Xiong, Professor, Department of Computer Science, Emory University

6. Finished Projects

Big Data and Disaster Research (BDD)

Period:FY2015 - FY2017

Big Data and Disaster Research (BDD)
TitleResearch Leader in Japan Research Leader in the U.S.
Human-Centered Situation Awareness Platform for Disaster Response and Recovery KITAMOTO Asanobu, Associate Professor, Digital Content and Media Sciences Research Division, National Institute of Informatics Cyrus SHAHABI, Director, Integrated Media Systems Center, University of Southern California
Efficient and Scalable Collection, Analytics and Processing of Big Data for Disaster Applications HARA Takahiro, Professor, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University Sanjay Kumar MADRIA, Professor, Department of Computer Science, Missouri University of Science and Technology
A Big-Data Computational Laboratory for the Optimization of Olfactory Search Algorithms in Turbulent Environments HASEGAWA Yosuke, Associate Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo Tamer ZAKI, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
Dynamic Evolution of Smartphone-Based Emergency Communications Network Junbo WANG, Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering, the University of Aizu Krishna KANT, Professor, Computer & Information Sciences (CIS) department, Temple University
Disaster Preparation and Response via Big Data Analysis and Robust Networking Yusheng JI, Professor, Information Systems Architecture Research Division, National Institute of Informatics Guoliang XUE, Professor, School of Computing, Informatics, Decision systems engineering, Arizona State University
Data-Driven Critical Information Exchange in Disaster Affected Public-Private Networks Xuan SONG, Project Associate Professor, Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo Tao LI, Professor, School of Computer Science, Florida International University
(Shu-Ching CHEN (Professor, School of Computer Science, Florida International University) took over in December 2017.)

Metabolomics for a Low Carbon Society

Period:FY2011 - FY2016

Metabolomics for a Low Carbon Society
TitleResearch Leader in Japan Research Leader in the U.S.
Development of novel metabolic analysis system for 1-butanol production FUKUSAKI Eiichiro, Professor, Osaka University James Liao, Professor, University of California, Los Angels
METABOLOMICS: Integrating cheminformatic resources for investigating photoautotrophic and mixotrophic metabolism in algae ARITA Masanori, Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo Oliver Fiehn, Professor, University of California, Davis
Metabolomics: Advancing the Scientific Promise to Better Understand Plant Specialized Metabolism for a Low-Carbon Society SAITO Kazuki, Group Director, RIKEN Plant Science Center Lloyd W. Sumner, Professor, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation

Period:FY2011 - FY2014

Metabolomics for a Low Carbon Society
TitleResearch Leader in Japan Research Leader in the U.S.
Metabolomics: Identification of inducible bioactive plant metabolites OKUMOTO Yutaka, Professor, Kyoto University Georg Jander, Associate Scientist, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research

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