The Startup Ecosystem Tokyo Consortium was established by the four participating universities (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Keio University, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, and the University of Tokyo) and aims to foster and nurture a global university-launched startup ecosystem in Tokyo and other regions, together with partner institutions and other platforms within the consortium. The “Innovation Design Platform (IdP)” aims to foster and nurture a global university startup ecosystem in Tokyo and other regions.
We are holding a meet-up study session to strengthen the network of information sharing among the parties involved in the IdP ecosystem and to create an environment where university-launched ventures can be born. Of course, we welcome those who are not involved in the IdP to participate in order to foster the ecosystem.
For the 6th and final meeting, we will have Prof. Masaharu Tsujimoto of Tokyo Institute of Technology and Associate Prof. Michiko Ashizawa of Yokohama City University, both IdP representatives, as speakers to share their research on the ecosystem and discuss “What Ecosystem Researchers Talk about as Necessary to Develop the Entrepreneurial Environment”. For all those involved in university-launched ventures, we invite you to join us.
This is a very valuable opportunity for university-launched venture professionals, academic entrepreneurs, VCs, people in the private sector who are practicing or planning to practice collaboration with university-launched ventures, and CVCs.
-Date and Time
Thursday, March 10, 2022, 18:30-20:15
Streamed via Zoom Webinar
18:35-18:50 Sharing of Business Ecosystem Research (Prof. Tsujimoto)
19:55-19:10 Startup Ecosystem Research Sharing (Prof. Ashizawa)
19:15-20:00 “Ecosystem researchers talk about what is needed to develop the startup environment
School of Environmental and Social Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
School of Innovation Science and Technology
School of Environmental and Social Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology
IdP Program Representative
Graduated from Keio University, Faculty of Policy Studies.
D. from the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University.
D. in Media and Governance from Keio University.
Sanwa Research Institute
(now Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting).
After working at Sanwa Research Institute (now Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting), he worked as an assistant professor at the Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo.
Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Full-time lecturer at the Graduate School of Engineering Management, Shibaura Institute of Technology, and
Graduate School of Hosei University
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Innovation Management, Hosei University
Graduate School of Tokyo Institute of Technology in April 2010
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Innovation Management, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Current position from April 2008.
From September 2002 to March 2003
Guest Professor at TUHH (Technical University of Hamburg)
From Sep. 2005 to Dec. 2005 and from Oct. 2007 to Mar. 2008
ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) in Zurich
Academic Guest (Chair of Entrepreneurship).
He is also a member of the JST Score Program of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan.
Innovation Design Platform (IdP) and
GTIE (Greater Tokyo Innovation Ecosystem)
As a project representative
Changing the world
He is also a member of the JST Co-Creation team.
He is also a member of the JST Co-Creation
The program is designed to support the development of
CO2 emissions to be virtually zero by 2050.
The “Realization of a Geo-Free Energy Society” started with the support of the Place Formation Support Program.
emissions by 2050, and is a driving force behind the “Geo-Free Energy Society” project.
Associate Professor, Faculty of International Commerce, Yokohama City University
Certified Public Accountant
After working as a leader of corporate turnaround/transformation projects
Associate Professor, Faculty of International Commerce, Yokohama City University since 2013.
From the first year of teaching at the university
He has been involved in the “Entrepreneurship Experience Program” since his first year as a faculty member at the university.
The Entrepreneurship Education Program has
The Entrepreneurship Education Program has also produced student entrepreneurs.
The results of our education and research activities have been recognized and
the past three times in 2016, 2018, and 2020.
The university has awarded the prize three times in 2016, 2018, and 2020.
Innovation Creation Activities Outside of the University
He is also actively involved in innovation activities outside the university.
He has a strong background in domestic and international industry-academia-government partnerships.
He is currently based in Yokohama, Japan.
Startup Ecosystem Formation
Yokohama and other startups.
GTIE (Greater Tokyo Innovation Ecosystem)
Board member of a publicly traded company and
Many committee members including SBIR Phase 1 Support Committee
For one year from September 2022, he will be a member of the
Stanford University as a visiting researcher from September 2022.
Vice President and Representative Director, quantum, Inc.
Project Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
The Startup Studio
（Founded Quantum Inc. Became a subsidiary of Hakuhodo Inc.
In parallel with qunatum
Startup specializing in sports x machine learning
sports AI, a startup specializing in sports x machine learning.
Experienced the sale of the business.
From 2021, he will be a specially-appointed professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology.
to support the formation of university-launched startups.
(IdP/GTIE), and will be in charge of
to foster entrepreneurs in academia.
To make entrepreneurship smooth
As a board member of the “Startup Studio Association,” he is
He was involved in the launch of the association.