We will be hosting an online seminar titled “Seminar for Young Researchers on How to Write Research Proposals for Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI),” which aims to provide tips and key points to keep in mind when writing research proposals for KAKENHI and to improve the adoption rate for young researchers. We look forward to your participation.
If you were not selected last year or if you are a young researcher struggling to consistently get your proposals accepted, please join our online seminar “Seminar for Young Researchers on Writing Research Proposals for Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research”. We will provide advice on how to improve your proposal to make it more effective. This seminar is open to any young researcher at Hokkaido University, so please take advantage of this opportunity.
We will hold the same seminar twice, so please choose the date that suits you best. This seminar is open to anyone in the fields of humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, and there is no limit on the number of participants.
① Lecture by the speaker.
② Q&A (Question and Answer session)
*1) The seminar will be held online via Webex. Meeting invitations will be sent to the registered email addresses of participants.
Young researchers at this university (graduate students, postdocs/researchers, assistant professors, lecturers, associate professors, etc.).
Research Strategy Office, Hokkaido University.
URA Station, Office for Enhancing Institutional Capacity, Hokkaido University.
The video of the lecture portion of the seminar held on July 12th has been made available.
Clicking on the following link will take you to the video site.