Institute for Planetary Materials (IPM), Okayama University

Contact: Katsura Kobayashi

827 Yamada, Misasa
Tottori
N/A
682-0193
Japan

Tel: +81-858-43-1215

About Institute for Planetary Materials (IPM), Okayama University

IPM was reorganized in April 1, 2016 from the “Institute for Study of the Earth’s Interior (ISEI)”. The mission of IPM is to conduct Earth and planetary materials science into the origin, evolution and dynamics of the Earth and planets by apply­ing advanced experimental and analytical techniques. By the establishment of IPM, areas related to the origin of life and organic-inorganic-water interactions in planetary materials will also be strengthened. Concurrently, IPM is a joint-use/research center, designated by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan, with the aim of advancing research and education on the origin, evolution and dynamics of the Earth and planets. Therefore, another mission is to offer experimental and analytical techniques combined with the state-of-the-art facilities at IPM to many researchers both Japan and worldwide to develop a frontier of Earth and planetary materials science.

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  • Misasa International Student Internship Program 2017

    Institute for Planetary Materials, Okayama University at Misasa, Tottori, Japan Travel expenses and daily living expenses will be fully covered. Institute for Planetary Materials (IPM), Okayama University

    The Misasa International Student Intern Program for advanced undergraduate and graduate students is designed to promote international education.

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