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Guidelines for applicants for employment as research assistants worth 200,000 yen per month in 2022

 ※Feb.8 closed

  The Graduate School of Advanced Photonics and Electronic Device Science will hire one Research Assistant (RA) worth 200,000 yen per month for the fiscal year 2022 for those who have applied for a JSPS Research Fellowship (DC1) but have not been selected. If you wish to be hired as an RA worth 200,000 yen per month, please complete the following procedures.

【Recruitment period】
January 26, 2022 (Wed.) – February 8, 2022 (Tue.) 17:00

【RA employment period】
April 2022 – March 2023

【Applicants】
 Applicants must be currently enrolled in a doctoral course or planning to enter a doctoral course in April 2022 and have applied for a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship (DC1), but were not selected for FY2022.
 In addition, those who will be employed as an Encouraged Researcher (hereinafter referred to as “Encouraged Researcher”) under the “Kyoto University Graduate School Education Support Organization Program”, a project to support challenging research programs for next-generation researchers, in April 2022 are also eligible to apply. However, if you are selected as an RA, you will have to resign your position as an Encouraged Researcher, which is equivalent to 200,000 yen per month, so we do not recommend that you apply.

【Documents to be submitted】
Application form for JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship (DC1), letter of evaluation result (including rejection letter), and list of achievements (achievements since the time of application for DC1)

Application form

【Notification of Results】
 The applicant will be notified directly by February 28, 2022.

【Remarks】
 Those who are not selected as RAs worth 200,000 yen per month or who do not apply* will be hired as RAs worth 100,000 yen per month*. For those who have been hired as RAs by Kyoto University or their graduate school, or those who have been selected for the Advanced Quantum Technology Fellowship for Future Creation (Quantum Fellowship), support from these fellowships will be included (not all support from both fellowships will be available).  For those who have been selected for DC1 or DC2, those who have received a monthly stipend of 120,000 yen or more, or those who have received a Japanese Government Scholarship, the monthly stipend is equivalent to 20,000 yen.
 Those who are employed as DC1 or DC2, those who receive a monthly stipend of 120,000 yen or more, and government-sponsored international students will receive employment equivalent to 20,000 yen per month*. The amount is subject to change.
 The amount is subject to change.

Procedures for Program Completion・Pubrich Hearing information

If you plan to complete the program in March 2022, please prepare according to this schedule and form.
Please note that the dates listed are the final deadlines, etc., so please allow plenty of time to prepare.
If you plan to complete your course by shortening the course period, please contact our office as soon as possible, as you will be required to undergo an examination for shortening the course period before completing the various procedures.

If you have any questions, please contact our office.

 Schadule

Forms related to program completion
 01_File for students
 02_File for professores

 

【Public Hearing Information】
 Information on public hearings, if any, will be posted below.

 

 

 

Field Practice 2022

   Field practice is a subject required to complete the Graduate School of Excellence in Advanced Optical and Electronic Device Creation.

If you are planning field practice this year, please follow the procedure below.

The registration procedure differs depending on the graduate school to which you belong, so please refer to the relevant items. As a general rule, the target is students who have completed the doctoral program at an outstanding graduate school.The total implementation period is 90 hours (equivalent to 2 credits) or more. This number of hours can include related training hours at Kyoto University.

From 2021, expenses related to field practice implementation will be borne by the laboratory.

[Special cases in 2022]

In order to prevent infection with the new coronavirus, it may be difficult to visit universities and research institutes in Japan and overseas to implement field practices. Therefore, this year, it will be possible to consider it as field practice implementation by conducting practical training etc. online such as Zoom or by e-mail.

If you would like to implement field practices online or by e-mail, please consult with your academic advisor before proceeding. Also, if you are a student of the Graduate School of Engineering, please consult with the A Cluster Academic Affairs Section. When implementing online, etc., please replace “dispatch” such as “dispatch destination” and “dispatch period” in the field practice implementation plan with “implementation” as appropriate. We are considering measures for the next fiscal year and beyond.

 

[For Graduate School of Engineering students]

The course of the research internship will be read as the course of field practice, so please take the procedure of the research internship.

(1) Obtain the forms of “Research Internship Implementation Plan and Implementation Confirmation” (Engineering) and “Dispatch Expense Usage Plan” from the A Cluster Academic Affairs Section, or download from the following.

      Field practicing implementation plan and implementation confirmation (construction)

      Field Practics: Dispatch Expense Usage Plan 

(2) After fully consulting with your academic advisor, fill in the necessary items in places other than the implementation confirmation column of the “Research internship implementation plan and implementation confirmation”, and perform the research internship (field practice) together with the “dispatch expense usage plan”. ) Please submit it to your academic advisor at least one and a half months before the implementation. Please note that if the submission is delayed, it may not be possible to carry out the schedule on schedule. 

(3) If the submitted content is approved, your academic advisor will contact you to that effect, so please carry out a research internship (field practice). 

(4)As soon as the research internship (field practice) is completed, please fill in the required items in the implementation result column of the “Research internship implementation plan and implementation confirmation” and submit it to your academic advisor.

 

[Graduate School of Science Students / Graduate School of Informatics Students]             

(1) Please download the “Field Practice Implementation Plan and Implementation Confirmation” (physical and information) and “Dispatch Expense Usage Plan” from the following.

      Field practicing implementation plan and implementation confirmation (science / information)

      Field Practics: Dispatch Expense Usage Plan 

(2) After fully consulting with your academic advisor, fill in the necessary items in places other than the implementation confirmation column of the “Field Practice Implementation Plan and Implementation Confirmation Form”, and implement the field practice together with the “Dispatch Expense Usage Plan”. Please submit it to your academic advisor at least one and a half months in advance. Please note that if the submission is delayed, it may not be possible to carry out the schedule on schedule.

(3) If the submitted content is approved, your academic advisor will contact you to that effect, so please implement field practice.

(4) As soon as the field practice is completed, fill in the required items in the implementation result column of the “Field Practice Implementation Plan and Implementation Confirmation” and submit it to your academic advisor.

Employment consultation

At the Graduate School of Excellence, staff with career counselor qualifications (CDA: Career Development Advisor) (former director of the Career Support Center of the University) will provide general consultation regarding employment, career paths, and career paths.
* Majors and laboratories have their own policies and methods, so in principle, please respect the policies and methods of your major and laboratory.
If you have any concerns or consultation regarding your career path or job hunting, please contact us at the following address. After adjusting the date and time, we will respond by face-to-face, Zoom, email, etc.
We will keep the secret strictly, so please feel free to contact us even for trivial matters.
[Application for employment consultation]
Application: Outstanding Graduate School Office Shimizu
e-mail: shimizu.katsuya.4x@kyoto-u.ac.jp
* Please enter your name, affiliation / regeneration, outline of consultation content, desired date and time of consultation, and method.
* Please list as many desired dates and times as possible.
[Consultation example]
・ I’m thinking about free application, but I don’t know what to do with free application.
・ I’m worried because I can’t narrow down the companies I want to work with.
・ I want to know what the company is looking at in the interview
・ Actually, I’m thinking about changing my course …

✿ Easy Einglish is OK ✿
✿ Please feel free to come ✿

Research Grant 2021 (* 7/26  closed)

The research grant is a support for this research activity funded jointly by the Graduate School of Excellence in Advanced Optical and Electronic Device Creation and the Center for Education and Research in Optical and Electronic Science and Engineering attached to the Graduate School of Engineering.

This is a system in which research proposals based on the free ideas of doctoral students in the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Electronic Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, are solicited, and research funds are paid to doctoral students who have made excellent proposals after examination.

We are soliciting proposals as follows, so please do not hesitate to apply to students.

In addition, in order to use this initiative not only to foster autonomous and independent researchers, but also to trigger the new development of optoelectronic science and engineering through free thinking, the professor emeritus Hiroyuki Matsunami, a professor of the Department of Electronics, has made a commitment.

Based on this, the electrical students who presented the best research will be awarded a supplementary prize 100,000 yen in cash.

 1. Qualifications for application, etc.

Excellent graduate program students and doctoral students in the Department of Electrical Engineering (Katsura area) and the Department of Electronic Engineering (Katsura area) of the Graduate School of Engineering (Students with DC1 and DC2 qualifications of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science can also apply) and engineering Master’s student in the graduate school electrical engineering doctoral course.

However, those who have suspended their qualifications due to leave of absence, etc. cannot apply.

Only if you have not received any financial support for the research activity you are applying for.

In addition, the research activity to be applied for will be completed within the fiscal year, and 8. Limited to those that can report the results described in.

 2.

Number of adoptions Outstanding graduate program students: 10

Students other than those who have completed the outstanding graduate program: A few

3.

Amount received

Excellent graduate program students: up to 400,000 yen

Others: 100,000 yen to hundreds of thousands of yen

4.

Estimated start date September 1, 2021 (Wednesday)

5.

Matters to be stated in the research activity expense application form (total of about 2 pages of A4 size) ・ Problem name ・ Background of research ・ Background of the idea and content of proposal ・ Implementation plan ・ Desired subsidy amount and its breakdown ・ Collaborative researchers, etc.

Please download the application form (including the entry procedure) from the following.

    2021 research grant application form & entry procedure [for outstanding students]

    2021 research grant application form & entry procedure [for non-excellent students]

6.

Application period / destination for submission of application documents

From Monday, July 12, 2021 to Monday, July 26, 17:00

Please send the application documents by e-mail to the Chief Secretary’s Office of the Department of Electrical Engineering (E-mail: chair-secretary@kuee.kyoto-u.ac.jp).

(Please also send to this address if you are a student of the Excellent Graduate Program of the Graduate School of Science or the Graduate School of Informatics)

The subject of the email should be “Research Grant Application”.

7.

Examination Documents will be examined according to the evaluation items described in the entry procedure, and the results will be notified by Friday, August 20, 2021.

8.

Achievement report Regarding the research activities that were eligible for the benefits, you will be asked to report the results in English at the research grant result report meeting held at the end of the fiscal year. At that time, one of the best presenters will be commended. In addition, you will be required to submit a research result report (slides used for presentation, etc.) by the designated date in March 2022.

9.

What to do if you want to hear the opinions of a corporate researcher or KURA (Kyoto University Art Research Support Office)

If you would like to hear the opinions of corporate researchers or KURA (Kyoto University Research Support Office) regarding research proposals, please check the relevant column of the application form.

However, corporate researchers are limited to those who have completed the outstanding graduate school. When asking a corporate researcher for their opinions, there is a risk of problems related to intellectual property protection and patents. A corporate researcher will ask you to submit a confidentiality pledge, but please make sure that you fully understand the precautions regarding intellectual property protection and patents, and obtain the consent of your academic advisor (KURA is an on-campus organization, so please be aware of this).