Institute for Frontier Science Initiative

Promotion of the interdisciplinary research which utilizes the strength of Kanazawa University.

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About the project

Promotion of the interdisciplinary research which utilizes the strength of Kanazawa University.

The Institute was established on April 2015 for the purpose of creating innovative research results and opening new fields of scientific inquiry. The Institute enhances the academic advantages of Kanazawa University, promotes interdisciplinary research, and accelerates international circulation of talented researchers. It also cultivates young researchers’ interdisciplinarity, comprehensiveness, and internationality on the basis of its research results.

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InFiniti consists of three units: Research Department, Higher Education Department, and Research Support Department.
Research Department promotes interdisciplinary research to open new fields of scientific inquiry.
Higher Education Department cultivates young researchers to acquire interdisciplinarity, comprehensiveness, and internationality.
In addition, Research Support Department supports the activities of the Research and Higher Education Departments.
Within the Research Department, the central body of the Institute, there are three research cores. Also, each core consists of multiple units which promote interdisciplinary research to open new fields of scientific inquiry.

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  • [Professor]

    GOTO,
    Noriko

  • [Professor]

    TAKAHASHI,
    Chiaki

  • [Professor]

    MATSUMOTO,
    Kunio

  • [Professor]

    SUZUKI,
    Takeshi

  • [Associate Professor]

    SHIBATA,
    Mikihiro

  • [Professor]

    WONG WING
    CHUEN RICHARD

  • [Associate Professor]

    OGAWA,
    Kazuma

  • [Professor]

    SUGAMA,
    Junko

  • [Professor]

    INOUE,
    Hiroshi

  • [Professor]

    SATO,
    Makoto

  • [Associate Professor]

    KAWAI,
    Nozomu

  • [Professor]

    MIZUNO,
    Motohiro

  • [Associate Professor]

    SUGANUMA,
    Naoki

  • [Professor]

    SAKAMOTO,
    Jiro

  • [Professor]

    TAIMA,
    Tetsuya

  • [Associate Professor]

    NINOMIYA,
    Kazuaki