More than 50 new research projects have been initiated since 2021 when MIRAI launched its first call for Japanese-Swedish collaborative projects. Involving over 138 researchers from MIRAI’s member universities, including early career researchers, doctoral students and industrial partners, these projects play a key role in advancing the scientific collaboration between Sweden and Japan. Click on each of the thematic areas below for more details about the projects.
Quotes from researchers
” We developed this project into long-term research collaboration with the support by Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research, applications Forte (Sweden) and THE KAJMA FOUNDATION (Japan) to enable us to continue our work together.”
“The project contributed to new possible collaborations between Sweden and Japan in the field of advanced energy management/control systems and even attracted the interest from well-recognized universities from Germany and Norway.”
”I would like to recommend more researchers to participate in MIRAI because, as I mentioned, you can meet some researchers with different expertise. I believe such meeting will contribute to the enormous progress of your research.”