Scientist working in the Center for Computational Science & e-Systems, Japan Atomic Energy Agency.

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I am grateful to the following organisations for their support. They offer financial support to researchers across the career spectrum. For further details on these organisations and the funding opportunities on offer, please visit their websites.

Current funding

Apr 2014 – presentJAEA logo
The Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) is one of the Japanese government’s National Research and Development Agencies. JAEA conducts research in all aspects of nuclear physics, including particle physics, nuclear energy, fusion, space radiation and medical physics. Its primary source of funding is the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).

Past grants

The National Skills Academy NuclearSep 2013
National Skills Academy Nuclear (NSAN) – bursary
Towards course fees for Introduction to MCBEND course by ANSWERS
Scheme funded by the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
Value: £750

2007 – 2011
EPSRC – grant code EP/E501214/1
Stipend and course fees for MRes and PhD, Bristol Centre for Complexity Sciences, University of Bristol, UK
Value: ~£80,000

Bristol Alumni FoundationDec 2011
University of Bristol Alumni Foundation – postgraduate travel grant
Towards expenses to attend and present poster at Unifying concepts in glass physics V, Institut Henri Poincare, Paris, France
Value: £363.50

Sep 2011
IOP Liquids and Complex Solids Group – grant from the research student conference fund
Towards expenses to attend and present poster at the 8th Liquid Matter Conference, University of Vienna, Austria
Value: £250

Japan Society for the Promotion of ScienceAug 2010 – Mar 2011
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science – short-term postdoctoral fellowship
Postdoc position in Professor Hajime Tanaka’s lab, University of Tokyo, Japan
Value: ~¥1,000,000

Dec 2009Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation
Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation – award
Towards expenses for research visit to Professor Hajime Tanaka’s lab, University of Tokyo, Japan
Value: £1,000

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