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(College of Science and Engineering) Associate Professor Yonghao Yue won research grant from JST 2020 Fusion Oriented Research for disruptive Science and Technology (FOREST) program.
(College of Science and Engineering, Department of Integrated Information Technology) Associate Professor Yonghao Yue’s research plan, “Physical-based graphics: multiscale modeling of deformable objects” has been accepted to the grant program “2020 Fusion Oriented Research for disruptive Science and Technology (FOREST)” by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).
The FOREST program aims to create seeds that lead to disruptive innovation through diversity and fusion without setting specific projects or short-term goals, and provides long-term support for unrestricted, challenging and fusion-oriented diverse research not found by the existing frameworks, for the period of 7 years in principle (up to 10 years with an interim stage-gate review) while securing an environment in which researchers can devote themselves to their researches.
The FOREST program began in the academic year of 2020, and received various challenging and unique research ideas from young researchers (those within 15 years from receiving PhD degrees). Associate Professor Yue’s research plan is among the 252 accepted ones, selected out of a total number of 2,537 submissions.
Yonghao Yue won research grant from 2020 FOREST program.