Tokyo

Tokyo

Shibaura Institute of Technology

Shibaura Institute of Technology
The Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT) aims to foster scientists and engineers who can contribute to the sustainable growth of the world by exposing its students to culturally diverse environments where they learn to cope with, collaborate with, and have ever-lasting friendships with fellow students from around the world.

HITACHI - Global Center for Social Innovation

HITACHI - Global Center for Social Innovation

Hitachi's Global Center for Social Innovation is an interdisciplinary research group consisting of engineers, designers and psychologists. The goal is to identify social challenges and develop visions and scenarios for the future. Through a collaborative creation, Hitachi brings thinkers and doers together to bring innovation for a better future. Some of the visions are shared here: https://medium.com/vision-design

RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project

RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project

The RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP) was founded in 2016 as a research center for the MEXT-AIP Project. There are 3 main research groups:

1) Generic Technology Research Group
2) Goal-Oriented Technology Research Group
3) Artificial Intelligence in Society Research Group

Together with various companies, universities, research institutes and projects, the institute is tackling the following activities:

Sophia University

Sophia University
Sophia University was founded by the Jesuits in 1913, with the mission to build bridges between Japan and the world. Sophia has been a pioneer of international education in Japan, attracting faculty and students from all over the world and has grown to be one of the foremost of Japan’s private universities.

Keio University

Keio University
Founded in 1858, Keio University is Japan's oldest private comprehensive research university. Keio has 6 major campuses across the greater Tokyo area with 14 graduate schools, 10 undergraduate faculties, and a university hospital.

Creww

Creww
Creww provides resources, expertise and guidance to startups in three ways: their Open Innovation community of over 3,500 startups, Corporate-Sponsored Accelerators, and Japan LaunchPad. They work both with Japanese startups and with international startups interested in entering the Japanese market.