- The objective of the institute
- The Kyoto University Model
- The Institute’s Activities
- The Research Facilities
The objective of the institute
The Open Innovation Institute is a research center that plans and conducts full and large-scale collaborative studies between organizations based on university-wide research themes. Its objective is to give back to society the fruits of innovation produced by collaborations with industries, by having the university’s Office of Society Academia Collaboration for Innovation Work cooperate with the Kyoto University Group companies and intensively managing their joint research. It also creates a virtuous cycle through academic-industrial alliance by getting the best out of Kyoto University’s strengths and consolidating its full power.
Diversity as a graduate university for advanced studies and academic-industrial partnership
With over 3,000 academics in diverse disciplines, from humanities and social sciences to science, the university possesses world-class research achievements, conducts leading-edge studies, from basics to application, and promotes the building of a global academic network and collaborative studies with various industrial sectors.
Consolidating the full power of Kyoto University by getting the best out of its strengths. Creating a virtuous cycle through academic-industrial alliance.
The logo symbolizes the polishing of Kyoto University’s seeds for commercializing the partnership between our creative-thinking and passionate academics, industries, and government.