TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BETWEEN EU AND JAPAN

You have a technology to promote, you need a technology solution or know-how for your business

The EU-Japan Centre manages the "EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk", a service aimed at supporting EU and Japanese companies and individuals in their steps to search for and acquire technologies, to understand the mechanics of technology transfer as well as bridging the knowledge gap about current available technologies from both Japan and the EU.

EU and Japanese companies (R&D and innovation departments), universities, research organisations and clusters are elligible to benefit from this support service. More information on the service on: http://www.eu-jp-tthelpdesk.eu.

 

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COOPERATION

JEUPISTE (Japan-EU Partnership in Innovation, Science and Technology)

Through the JEUPISTE project, the EU-Japan Centre promotes the European Commission-funded Horizon 2020 programme in Japan and aims to promote, enhance and develop Europe-Japan cooperation in Science, Technology and Innovation.

http://www.jeupiste.eu/

For H2020 calls, should you need to identify potential Japanese partners for research collaboration, feel free to fill in the form and send it to the Centre with details of the calls and details of the expected Japanese partner you would be seeking.

National Contact Point for Horizon 2020 in Japan

The Centre is appointed by the Japanese government to provide local support towards Japanese participation in Horizon 2020.

http://www.ncp-japan.jp/

 

THE GNSS.ASIA PROJECT

Facilitating EU-Asia cooperation on satellite navigation

The GNSS.asia project, financed under the European Commission-funded 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development, has the objective to develop and implement GNSS industrial cooperation activities between the European Union and China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea and Taiwan focusing on the downstream sector (applications and receivers).

http://www.gnss.asia/

 

SPACE.JAPAN

Facilitating EU-Japan cooperation on space-related industries and technologies

Space.Japan is created in FY2014 as a service with the aim to promote EU-Japan Cooperation in space-related industries and technologies both upstream and downstream with a focus on specific sub-sectors such as earth observation and global navigation satellite systems. It includes the organisation of seminars, workshops, partnering support mission and an information helpdesk addressed to industrial actors involved in Space, which can contribute to future industrial EU-Japan partnerships.

 

EU-JAPAN CLUSTERS HELPDESK

You need to identify a partner among the clusters in Japan or in the EU

The EU-Japan Centre promotes EU and Japanese clusters cooperation by helping them identify potential partners through its information and helpdesk.

 

SCIENTIFIC INTERNSHIPS (VULCANUS)

Vulcanus in Europe:

You are a company in the EU

You are a Japanese student

Vulcanus in Japan:

You are a company in Japan

You are a EU / COSME student

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