TDA seeks faculty for Nagoya exchange program

Translational Data Analytics is seeking faculty interested in participating in a new Data Research Faculty Exchange program with Nagoya University (NU), located in Nagoya, Japan. The program is designed to enable researchers from TDA and Nagoya’s Graduate School of Informatics to collaborate across the two institutions to advance fundamentals and applications of informatics. It is part of a TDA initiative to establish faculty, staff, and student exchange programs with universities and corporations in Japan that are making comparable contributions to and investments in data science and analytics.

Click here for a list of Nagoya University faculty.

Interested faculty should email TDA.

REQUIREMENTS

Length of Stay: 3-6 months

Areas of Research: Fundamentals and applications of informatics; possible foci include bioinformatics, machine learning, pattern recognition, and digital humanities

Financial Support Provided by NU: Airfare from Columbus to Nagoya (one way only); basic salary during the stay based on NU policy; research and travel fund up to $5,000

Financial Support Provided by OSU: To be negotiated with College/TIU and TDA

Housing: Not provided; to be covered by basic salary

Office Space: Independent office suite on the Nagoya University campus

Facilities: Access to computer facilities for data analytics; no access to experimental labs

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