At GTIE, we find partners to work together on issues that cannot be solved by the originator of the idea alone, and we nurture the seeds of commercialization by fusing different fields across institutional boundaries.
and nurture the seeds of commercialization by fusing different fields across institutional boundaries.
The “COMMIT2022” will be held!
We will hold an on-site event of presentation & MEETUP as a platform where people from a wide range of fields, including researchers, VCs, business companies, and CXO candidates, can smoothly connect and build smooth relationships. Find future partners to realize your ideas together. (GTIE is mutually cooperating with JST’s “Co-Creation Opportunity Formation Support Program (COI-NEXT)”)
Three themes: “Prevention/Healthcare,” “Medicine (diagnosis/treatment),” and “Care/welfare.
Faculty, staff and students of 13 universities participating in GTIE
The University of Tokyo
Tokyo Institute of Technology
University of Tsukuba
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Kanagawa University of Health and Welfare
Yokohama National University
Yokohama City University
Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Tokyo Metropolitan University
＜Introduction of Speakers
D. in Information Science, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo. D. in Information Science from the Graduate School of Science at the University of Tokyo. While still a student, he founded ACCESS, a software venture company. In 2001, he was listed on TSE Mothers (currently TSE Prime) and has been expanding globally. 2012, he founded TomyK and has been involved in many deep tech startups in robotics, AI, human augmentation, space, genomics, and medicine. He has supported many deep tech startups in robotics, AI, human augmentation, space, genomics, and medicine. He is a specially-appointed professor at the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo. Currently, he is also a representative director of LPIXEL, a medical AI company.
He has been engaged in product development and manufacturing process development related to protective clothing and industrial materials, as well as medical device development at Teijin.
He has been engaged in product development, manufacturing process development, and medical device development related to protective clothing and industrial materials at Teijin Limited. He has also been involved in the planning and joint development of several new healthcare businesses with external partners, including university ventures, as well as the planning, operation, and promotion of health information websites and the management of a company responsible for this work.
He was involved in the establishment of Euglena Co., Ltd. while a student at the University of Tokyo in 2005, and as one of the co-founders, was responsible for research and development up to the present. he received his PhD (Agriculture) from the University of Tokyo in 2016 and his PhD (Medicine) from Kitasato University in 2019. Currently, he is a research director of the microalgae production control technology research team at RIKEN, a visiting professor at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and a specially-appointed (visiting) professor at Tohoku University
After graduating from graduate school, Mr. Kimura joined a major audit firm, where he was engaged in public offering support services. 2008, he founded Ad-Right Inc. He also provided hands-on support to domestic startups by becoming an outside director, and five of them (Euglena, Jigen, Cloudworks, SLD, and MoneyForward) went public. He is also active in supporting overseas startups in Asia and the U.S., and has invested in and nurtured more than 30 companies to date, nine of which have been acquired. Utilizing his knowledge and network of domestic and overseas startups, he specializes in providing full-scale commercialization support to major companies through open innovation. He has extensive experience in supporting industry-academia collaboration projects with major national and private universities. B.A. in Economics, The University of Tokyo; M.A. in Economics, The University of Tokyo
1) Idea presenters: Researchers and students with ideas for collaboration in different fields
2) Visitors: No ideas, but want to see ideas for collaboration in different fields and consider potential partners
Encouragement will be given on the day of the event based on certain evaluations by visitors. The proposer selected as the best idea will be granted one year’s access to TMDU Innovation Park (TIP) (*on the premises of Tokyo Medical and Dental University), a university-launched incubation facility jointly operated by Tokyo Medical and Dental University and Mitsubishi Estate
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This project is planned and managed on behalf of AdRight Inc.