NII Technical Report (NII-2007-005J)

Title Evaluation of Japanese Universities' Research Activity Based on the Number of Awards of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research - 2005 Fiscal Year - V. Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows
Authors Yoshitaka MITSUDA, Hiroyasu NOMURA, Masafumi MAEDA, and Itaru MAEBASHI, Masamitsu NEGISHI, Morio SHIBAYAMA, Masaki NISHIZAWA, and Yuan SUN
Abstract The system of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research from Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan is one of the oldest ones, which is the funding system for researchers belonging to universities and institutes in Japan. The fund was allotted to each researcher by peer review under the application for their own research projects. This is the fifth and last report for 2005 fiscal year's version, on the encouragement fund for JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) fellows. The total number of adopted subjects corresponds to the number of young researcher candidates at each university and also to a degree of the role of each university educating young researchers. The total number of adoption subjects of research projects at 2005 has summed up for each university and institute on individual research field and compared them to those of 2004 which were reported previously.
Language Japanese
Published Mar 30, 2007
Pages 38p
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