ISSP plays an important role as an international center of materials science. The unique facilities of ISSP have been used in many international collaborations. Many foreign researchers have been spending their early careers at ISSP supported by various fellowship programs sponsored by the Japan Society for Promotion of Science, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and other agencies. ISSP has also been coordinating the US-Japan cooperative research program on neutron scattering since 1981. In addition, ISSP organizes international symposiums and workshops.
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The ISSP has been coordinating the Japan-US cooperative research program on neutron scattering since 1981.
The ISSP has research or educational exchange agreements (among faculties) with universities and research institutions around the world (as of March 2010).
Guest house: Visitors of ISSP can stay in the guest house on Kashiwa Campus.
The International Liaison Office handles various international matters at ISSP under the supervision of the committee for international affairs.