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Previous Scholarship Holders

Doctorate scholarship holders

NameHome institutionHost institutionResearch projectContact
Tamás MatuszkaELTEKAISTThe design and implementation of a Semantically Enhanced Context-Aware Augmented Reality Browsermail
Ionut-Cosmin DutaUNITNUTokyoHuman action recognition from videos using deep learningmail
Sangjo YooGISTAaltoModeling of mobile fading channels using conformal
mapping
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Keun Yong RyuCNUTUBDeveloping video analysis application connected to streaming server for SDNmail
Ryangsoo KimGISTUC3MEnergy-efficient Networking
Lauri JuvelaAaltoUTokyoFO robust spectral estimation to speech synthesis vocoder
Pierre TalbotUPMCUTokyoConcurrent programming languages
Shogo AndoUTokyoTUBSDN and 5G Network
Dénes BarthaELTEUTokyoAlgorithms in Computational Biology / Bioinformaticsmail
Colm Mc CaffreyAaltoUTokyoRadio Science, Wireless Power Transfermail
Boram JinKAISTUC3M5G, LTE network optimization
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Foivos Ioannis MichelinakisUC3MKAISTNetwork optimization/large scale Network measurementsmail
Fabian EichhornTUBUTokyo5G! Pagodamail
Jun-Sik ShinGISTTUBContainer Networkingmail
Jungsu HanGISTUPMCCloud computingmail
Kai ShimagakiUTokyoUPMCStatistical Inferencemail
Saemi ChoiUTokyoUNITNAffective Computingmail
Marco MancaUniversity of PaviaGISTAnaesthesia Depth Monitoring by Cerebral Hemodynamic Measurementmail
Balazs BarnaCorvinus University of Budapest
NAISTGamification in Business Educationmail

Post Doctorate scholarship holders

NameHome institutionHost institutionResearch subjectContact
Jong Gwan LimKAISTUNITNDevelopment of a motorized wheelchair for severely disabled peoplemail
Shino IwamiUTokyoELTEScientometrics and Bibliometrics (Data Science for Policy, using Big Data and Graph Theory)mail
Matthieu VergneTrento/UPMCNAISTArtificial Intelligence
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Emil VataiELTEUTokyoImplementation of algorithm, teaching cooperation
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Shota NagayamaKEIOELTE"Artificial Intelligence and deep learning:
Cyber Physical Systems for Smart Factories"
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Alberto FornaserUNITNNAISTComputer Sciencemail
Josip MaricUniversity of MontpellierKeioState of Art on 3D printing technologymail
Thomas SchmittUniversity of Paris-SudNAISTMachine learningmail

Staff scholarship holders

NameHome institutionHost institutionResearch projectContact
Sébastien TixeuilUPMCNAISTNetworks and systems: Self-stabilization
Francesca BeltonUNITNUTokyoAdministrative staff exchange
Viktória ZsókELTEGISTHPC (High Performance Computing) & Cloud
Yuzo TaenakaUTokyoUC3MData networks
JongWon KimGISTUPMCInternet Technology
Fabrizio GranelliUNITNUTokyoResearch and education in software defined and virtualized 5G Radio Access Network infrastructuresmail
Rudi TranquilliniUNITNNAISTProject management in ICT proposal writing H2020 EU-Japanmail
Hugues RichardUPMCKEIOBioinformatics and Computational Biologymail
Reda BendraouUPMCKAISTSoftware Engineeringmail
Luis Miguel Contreras MurilloUC3MUTokyoNetwork Softwarization & 5Gmail
Michiko InoueNAISTUPMCNetworks and systems: Self-stabilizationmail

Success stories

 

Dénes Bartha, at UTokyo in Japan

Dénes BARTHA pictureErasmus TEAM Mundus has offered a great opportunity. I knew that it would be beneficial for my professional development. I was always interested in the field of Bioinformatics and here at the University of Tokyo there are great laboratories that are focusing on this field. Besides that I was also interested in Japanese language and culture.

So, if you ever wanted to try out yourself at a foreign institute in another country, this program was made for you !

 


 

Sangjo Yoo, at Aalto University in FinlandS_Yoo_at Kauppatory in Helsinki

Being part of this program gave me not only unique experiences in conducting research with international specialists of the host laboratory but, more importantly, also human networks to potentially create collaborative research with world-class experts as well as job opportunities.

The TEAM project also created a lot opportunities for me to be networked with experts in Finnish research institute and industries.

 


Ionut Cosmin Duta, at UTokyo in JapanIonut Cosmin Duta at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo

The TEAM programme offered me the possibility of performing research abroad at a top university and covered most of the costs of this mobility. The impact on my personal future is life experience that I gain by getting in contact with a completely new culture.

The projects I conducted in Japan with a very competitive research group, will help me for my future research and open perspectives for future collaborations even after the TEAM program ends. This can be the starting point of more collaborations.

 


 

Tamas Matuszka, at KAIST in South KoreaTamás Matuszka in Daejeon

My mobility within the TEAM programme enabled me to live in a totally different culture than the European and to work together with foreign colleagues of such a reputable institution like KAIST.

The research that was performed during the TEAM scholarship resulted in a chapter of my doctoral thesis. In addition, we have written two papers together with KAIST researchers. This scholarship enabled me to build an international network and can significantly increase my possibilities to work abroad as a researcher in the future.

 


 

Keun Yong Ryu, at TUB in GermanyKeunYongRyu_east side gallery Berlin

There are two reasons why I applied for the TEAM program. The first is mutually to share a research. I wanted to communicate with people from other countries about similar research. The second is mutually to share culture and thought. I also wanted to learn culture of other countries and to let them know Korean culture.

 

News

New and last call for academic and administrative staff

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