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NSF Tokyo Regional Office

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is a United States government agency responsible for promoting basic research and education in science and engineering. International activities are supported throughout the NSF portfolio. The Foundation's International Science and Engineering (ISE) Section has a leadership role in promoting and coordinating international cooperation, and manages NSFs overseas offices in Beijing, Paris, and Tokyo.

The NSF Tokyo Regional Office is located within the American Embassy in Tokyo and facilitates NSF activities principally in Japan, but also in other countries in the East Asia and Pacific region (except China) as needed. The NSF Tokyo Regional Office has three major roles:

  • Facilitation: Promote collaboration between the science and engineering communities of the United States and the East Asia and Pacific region.
  • Representation: Serve as a liaison between NSF and agencies, institutions and researchers in the East Asia and Pacific region.
  • Reporting: Monitor and report on science and engineering developments and policies in the East Asia and Pacific region.

The NSF Tokyo Regional Office does not review proposals or administer awards. For funding opportunities, go to the NSF homepage. For country-specific funding questions, see NSF's Office of International Science and Engineering Staff by Country.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Kellina Craig-Henderson
Office Head
NSF Tokyo Regional Office
American Embassy, Tokyo
1-10-5 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Japan 107-8420

U.S. mail only:
NSF Tokyo Office
US Embassy
Unit 9800,
DPO AP 96303-0562
Phone: +81-3-3224-5505
Fax: +81-3-3224-5507
Email: nsftokyo@nsf.gov entire staff
Email: khenders@nsf.gov Kellina Craig-Henderson, Office Head
Email: kshinoha@nsf.gov Kazuko Shinohara, Scientific Affairs Assistant
Email: achiba@nsf.gov Akiko Chiba, Program Assistant

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EAPSI 2014 Japan (JSPS Summer Program)

EAPSI 2014 (JSPS Summer Program)
Posted June 26, 2014
The opening ceremony for the 2014 Summer Program was held at the Shonan Village Center in Hayama on June 11, 2014 for 115 graduate students from US, UK, France, Germany and Sweden. There are 66 participants from US this year. They will gain research experience at Japanese host research institutions through August 18, 2014.


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EAPSI Report
Posted August 23, 2013
Evaluation of the East Asia and pacific Summer Institute Program

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