France-Japan working group encourages transnational cooperation
Categorie(s) : Life @ MINATEC, News, Research
Published : 2 June 2014
The France-Japan working group was set up in October 2013 to facilitate cooperation between Grenoble and Japan (and, especially, the Japanese city of Tsukuba). The group, which meets monthly, is comprised of around ten representatives of GIANT innovation campus partners and is open to stakeholders that maintain active relations with Japan.
The group’s first action item was to identify current and potential projects involving cooperation between France and Japan. The overall objective of the group is to promote scientific cooperation agreements like the one that will be signed in Grenoble in September. The group would also like to provide on-site coordination services for Japanese delegations visiting Grenoble.