FAPESP SPRINT 2018 Research Cooperation

The University of Tsukuba and FAPESP signed a cooperation agreement for research on September 1, 2017, aiming to implement scientific and technological cooperation between researchers from the university and the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, through funding of joint projects. Under this agreement, the first action is to promote collaboration between the University of Tsukuba and the FAPESP, and we are proud to announce the successful candidates for the exchange below.

List of Successful Candidates for the SPRINT program

Human-Computer Collaboration for the Generation of Soccer Strategies using Multi-Agent Simulations
Field Computer Science
PI from Tsukuba; Claus de Castro Aranha
PI from Sao Paolo Ricardo da Silva Torres
Partner Instituition Instituto de Computação/IC/UNICAMP
Neuroendocrine regulation on the neural networks for adaptive social behavior in postpartum females
Field Nueroscience
PI from Tsukuba; Sonoko Ogawa
PI from Sao Paolo Jackson Cioni Bittencourt
Partner Instituition Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas/ICB/USP
Contribution of endothelial dysfunction in progression of aortic aneurysm
Field Medical
PI from Tsukuba; Hiromi Yanagisawa
PI from Sao Paolo Rita de Cassia Aleixo Tostes Passaglia
Partner Instituition Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto/FMRP/USP