Collaborators

Inter-University Research Program (Joint Usage / Research Center)

ICRR, as one of the "Joint Usage/Research Centers," has hosted Inter-University Research at Kamioka Observatory, KAGRA Observatory, Norikura Observatory, Akeno Observatory, and Kashiwa Campus. In 2018, ICRR was selected as one of the "International Joint Usage/Research Centers", and started to accept applications from international researchers. The Inter-University Research Projects are selected by the Advisory Committee and the Program Selection Committee.

Results of Application (by research division)

FY2019 Applications
domestic + international
Successful Applications
domestic + international
Total Researchers
domestic + international
Neutrino and Astroparticle Division 44 + 7 44 + 7 1187 + 35
High Energy Cosmic Ray Research Division 56 + 8 56 + 8 1227 + 67
Astrophysics and Gravity Research Division 22 + 9 22 + 9 634 + 78
Research Center for Cosmic Neutrinos 11 + 0 11 + 0 86 + 0
Total 133 + 24 133 + 24 3134 + 180

Results of Application (by facility)

FY2019 Applications
domestic + international
Successful Applications
domestic + international
Total Researchers
domestic + international
Kamioka Observatory 44 + 4 44 + 4 1187 + 25
Akeno Observatory 3 + 0 3 + 0 54 + 0
Norikura Observatory 9 + 0 9 + 0 104 + 0
Primary Cosmic rays, Kashiwa underground facility 5 + 0 5 + 0 28 + 0
KAGRA Observatory 18 + 7 18 + 7 559 + 65
High Energy Astrophysics Facility in Canarias 10 + 1 10 + 1 273 + 7
Laboratorial Facilities in Kashiwa 2 + 0 2 + 0 15 + 0
Large-Scale Computer System in Kashiwa 16 + 2 16 + 2 378 + 14
Conference Facilities in Kashiwa 7 + 6 7 + 6 361 + 30
Overseas Facilities (Utah, Tibet and Bolivia) 19 + 5 19 + 5 175 + 39

Acknowledgement for Use of Collaborative Research

When publishing papers on the result of Collaborative research, you should clearly state in the acknowledgements that the research was supported by ICRR's Inter-University Research Program.
The following is an example of acknowledgement for your reference. *( ) is optional.

・This work was (Partially) supported by the Collaborative research program of the Institute for Cosmic Ray Research (ICRR), the University of Tokyo.

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