Meet ISSP (The Institute for Solid State Physics) professors and researchers and learn about research activities and school life on Kashiwa campus. As a national joint-research institute, ISSP is a research hub for international researchers in the field of condensed matter physics and materials science, and a home to the most advanced experimental facilities.
Reception closed (15 May, 2021).
At the live guidance, we will also introduce ISSP’s unique activities such as the Students Support and the Student Overseas Program*. It also Includes interviews on research life and career paths after graduation by seniors.
|13:00-13:15||Director's greetings / Overview of ISSP|
|13:15-15:15||Introductions to research groups A to G
A: Materials Science, B: Nanoscale Science, C: Neutron Science, D: Mega-gauss Science, E: Laser Science, F: Synchrotron Science, G:Theoretical Science
|15:15-16:15||Individual research lab consultations (15 min x 4 times per lab)|
|16:15-16:30||Explanation of research fields and entrance exams|
Free discussion with your future lab members : research, life on campus, and more!
|13:30-16:00||On-site-tour to research laboratories
Visit to your desired laboratory and more.
|16:30-18:00||Poster presentations highlighting ISSP research|
※ In order to attend the on-site-tour, you must attend the on-line guidance.
To study at ISSP, applicants need to enroll in one of the following graduate schools. Each graduate school holds a separate entrance examination, therefore applicants should contact their advisor before the application process begins.
Schedule for entrance examination varies depending on each school. Please check each school’s homepage for details.