Sub-theme 1: Global Collaboration

Advanced Role of Research Managers; leading global collaboration for encouraging Early Career Researchers (ECRs).
Taro Sonobe (Kyoto University) *
Osamu Kuwata (Kyoto University)
David Richardson (University of Illinois)
Ara Tahmassian (Harvard University)

Deepika Bhaskar (Indian Institute of Technology) *

Collaborating to build ‘uwezo’ in research administration at the Kenya Medical Research Institute: A partnership perspective
Georgina Lopez (University of California, San Francisco) *
Mary Catherine Gaisbauer (University of California, San Francisco)
Mae Moredo (University of California, San Francisco)
Winona Ward (University of California, San Francisco)

Creating a better society through global networking and knowledge sharing: Tohoku Forum for Creativity
I-Ching Chen (Tohoku University) *
Michiaki Yumoto (Tohoku University)
Yoshiaki Maeda (Tohoku University)
Toshiyuki Takagi (Tohoku University)

Cross Campus Collaboration for Detecting and Preventing Fraud and other Risks in International Research
Winona L Ward (University of California, San Francisco) *
Mary Catherine Gaisbauer (University of California, San Francisco)
Jane Drake (University of California, San Francisco)
Georgina Lopez (University of California, San Francisco)
Mae C Moredo (University of California, San Francisco)

Eucharia Oluchi Nwaichi (University of Port Harcourt) *

Enhancing Research collaborations and networks among early career researchers
Stella Kakeeto (Makerere University) *
Humphrey Wanzira (Makerere University)

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: The key to global research excellence, and excellence in global research support
Anouska Nithyanandan (London School of Economics and Political Science) *

Facilitating global collaboration among interdisciplinary researchers - Four challenges, two conflicts, one paradox, and some suggestions
David Junsong Huang (Nanyang Technological University) *

Falling Walls Lab Sendai – Great Minds, 3 Minutes, 1 Day at Tohoku University
Jonas K. H. Fischer (Tohoku University) *
Marc Hansen (Tohoku University)

Game of Tones: Diversity beyond gender
Tania Tambiah (RMIT University) *
Yuen Chang (Murdoch Children's Research Institute)

Global Collaboration: The bitter, sweet and keys to success
Jagdees Pabla (Coventry University)
Hsiao Wei Tan (University of Malaya) *

H2020@polito: a university project to increase collaborative research
Valentina Romano (Politecnico di Torino) *
Laura Fulci (Politecnico di Torino)

Individual Fellowships - RMA’s and Evaluator’s perspective
Evelina Brannvall (Lulea University of Technology) *
Esther Philips (Leiden University)

Intercultural Competence in International Research Collaboration
Fikria El Kaouakibi (Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar) *

Lesson learnt from collaborative projects within ASEAN and Japan
Wida Susanty Haji Suhaili (Universiti Teknologi Brunei) *

Making Research-led Strategic International Partnerships Work
Case: Tampere University and Brunel University London partnership

Ilkka Virtanen (Tampere University) *
Teresa Waller (Brunel University London)

Pre-Award Networking for International Collaborative Research Grants
Kaori Mita (Chuo University) *
Yoshiko Baba (Chuo University)

Providing assurance to funders about the management of grant awards
Dorota Rejman (London School of Economics and Political Science) *
Noel Lawlor (Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford)

Red Tape to Red Carpet: Crossing Bureaucratic and Cultural Barriers in Collaboration with US Research Sponsors and Institutions
Elizabeth Brost (University of California, San Diego) *
Andrew Mucha (Stanford University)
Khushbu Gokalgandhi (University of California, San Diego)

Science without Boundaries: Facilitating Global Collaborations and Research Development
Malini S Pillai (National Centre For Biological Sciences-TIFR) *
Vineetha Raghavan (National Centre For Biological Sciences-TIFR)
Roshan Kumar (National Centre For Biological Sciences-TIFR)
Aruna MC (National Centre For Biological Sciences-TIFR)

South and East: a potential trans-continental research project. How to proceed on an equitable basis?
Annette Boshoff (University of Stellenbosch, eN Konsult)
Robin Drennan (University of the Witwatersrand) *
Johan P Schoeman (University of Pretoria)

Strategy from building of interdisciplinary research towards global collaborations at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Yutaka Nibu (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) *
Ken-ichiro Saitoh (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

Supporting researchers who don't speak the local language
Charles DaSalla (Tokyo Institute of Technology) *

The essentials in international research event project management (from an example of an international conference)
Kishiko Itoh (University of Tsukuba) *

The International Joint Research Project at IMSUT
Junko Tsuzuku (The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo) *
Takahiro Mitani (The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo)
Masaaki Horiguchi (The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo)
Atsushi Iwama (The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo)

Tokyo Tech ANNEX: Challenges and good practices to promote global partnership
Tatsuya Mizukoshi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) *

Sub-theme 2: Partnerships and Innovation beyond Academia

Academia Innovation: Upskilling emerging researchers for careers in and outside academia
Palesa Natasha Mothapo (Stellenbosch University) *

Entrepreneurship at Universities - a European perspective
Maria T. Oestergaard (Greater Copenhagen EU Office) *
Jes Broeng (Technical University of Denmark)
Simon Hertig (Technical University of Denmark)

Fundraising as part of the URA’s role in the School of Science at the University of Tokyo
Satoru Nogami (The university of Tokyo) *
Kate Harris (The university of Tokyo)
Masahiro Hoshino (The university of Tokyo)
Yoshiko Baba (Chuo University)

Kandai Living Lab presents Kento Healthy City - Co-creation by university and medical institutes –
Takako Igi (Kansai University) *
Keiichi Kitazume (Kansai University)
Minna Guo (Kansai University)

Next level patient engagement in funded research projects: meeting funder demands and creating meaningful participation
Annelies van Ravestijn (Radboudumc) *
Claudia Soede (Radboudumc)

Synergizing Research Ecosystem, Policy and Practice in African: Lessons from Association of Commonwealth Universities Project in Sub - Saharan Africa
Catherine Vera Nnamani (Ebonyi State University Abakaliki) *
George Lakey (Association of Commonwealth Universities)
Verity Buckley (Association ofCommonwealth Universities)
Happiness Ogba Oselebe (Ebonyi State University)
Dimphna Nneka Ezikanyi (Ebonyi State University)

The crowdfunding puzzle at Australian universities
Jonathan O'Donnell (RMIT University) *

Sub-theme 3: Research Evaluation and Impact

A Case Study of Research Impact Visualization in Social Sciences and Humanities Fields at Osaka University based on the Leiden University Impact Matrix
Masayo Morishita (Osaka University) *
Yoshie Kawahito (Osaka University)
Ayako Yamada (Osaka University)

Comparing automated data on research output from published journals with those collected from researchers by funders and institutions
Mark I Robertson (CHORUS) *
Masashi Hara (Japan Science and Technology Agency)
Takafumi Kato (Japan Science and Technology Agency)
Ritsuko Nakajima (Japan Science and Technology Agency)
Tara Packer (CHORUS)
Howard Ratner (CHORUS)
Akihide Sekiya (Japan Science and Technology Agency)

Enhancing Research Development and Institutional Research Functions: A Comparative Analysis of Research Universities in the US and Japan
Ayako Onose (Osaka University) *
Makoto Takano (Osaka University)

How do we demonstrate the research impact of the arts?
Kumi Matsuyama (University of Tsukuba) *

New Research Metrics for Humanities and Social Sciences: index for Measuring Diversity (iMD)
Ai Saito (University of Tsukuba) *
Jun Ikeda (University of Tsukuba)
Yukihito Morimoto (University of Tsukuba)

Public Attitudes to Science and Technology(S&T) –to S&T addressing Natural Disasters and to ICT, Comparison between European Countries and Japan
Moritaka Hosotsubo (National Institute of Science and Technology Policy) *
Hideyuki Tsunoda (National Institute of Science and Technology Policy, RIKEN Brain Science Promotion Office)
Takuya Okamoto (Formerly National Institute of Science and Technology Policy, The Nuclear Damage Compensation and Decommissioning Facilitation Corporation)

Strategy, Statistics, Stories: crucial elements for measuring research impact
Maryke Hunter-Husselmann (Stellenbosch University) *

The Para-Academic Industry and the Mayhem of Metrics
Charlotte Nordahl Wien (SDU) *
Bertil F. Dorch (SDU)

Sub-theme 4: Professional Development of Researchers and Research Managers

A Successful Global Mentoring Program for Research Administrators: Results from a Pilot Program
Mary Catherine Gaisbauer (University of California, San Francisco) *
Georgina Lopez (University of California, San Francisco)
Winona Ward (University of California, San Francisco)

ARMA-NL: Creating a new association for professionals in externally financed research, innovation and education projects.
Christian Jagersma (ARMA-NL) *
Edwin Kanters (ARMA-NL)
Inge Van Houdt (ARMA-NL)
Martijn Gerretsen (ARMA-NL)
Ivo Schrijer (ARMA-NL)
Annemarie Vastenhouw van der Linden (ARMA-NL)
Marieke Bootsma (ARMA-NL)

At the Center of A Binary Star: Managing Research in a Government-Related Research Institute
Junko Shimazoe (IDE-JETRO) *

Back to the Future: Induction Through Time Travel
Jason Hutton (University of Birmingham) *
Tania Cleaves (University of Birmingham)

Building research management capacity from grassroots
Savita Ayyar (Jaquaranda Tree) *
Shahid Jameel (DBT Wellcome Trust India Alliance)

Certification model and training program of URA in Japan
Miyuki Inagaki (Kanazawa University) *
Koetsu Yamazaki (Kanazawa University)

Creating a "community of practice" in research ethics administration - the case of SARIMA regional forums
Sidney Frank Engelbrecht (University of Cape Town) *

Identifying interventions to develop and support Faculty academics towards a practice-oriented and scholarly active culture
Lucy Kerstens (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences) *
Lori DiVito (AUAS International Business School)
Diane Sloan (Northumbria University)

Implementing a Global Research Administration Immersion Program: Launching a Pilot Program and Toolkit for Success
Christine Morris (University of California, San Francisco) *

Integrating Logic Model & Design Thinking into research development: a training curriculum for RA as a programme manager
Eriko Amano (Kyoto University) *
Kei Ayukawa (Kyoto University)
Hiroshi Hashizume (Kyoto University)
Kazumasa Moriwaki (Kyoto University)
Asa Nakano (Kyoto University)
Taro Sonobe (Kyoto University)

Project Managers' Competence Development
Sanna Juvonen (Laurea University of Applied Sciences) *

Quality Research Management: Learning the essentials and status of research in ASEAN region
Maria Ruth Briola Pineda-Cortel (University of Santo Tomas) *
Therriz Mae Pablo Mamerto (University of Santo Tomas)
Aunchalee Aussanasuwannakul (Institute of Food Research and Product Development)
Kitti Sranacharoenpong (Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University)

Resources for Developing STI Coordinators and for Promoting Multilateral and Trans-disciplinary Collaboration in Japan and ASEAN
Chisato Saito (Kyoto University) *
Taro Sonobe (Kyoto University)
Ryuichi Fukuhara (Kyoto University)
Mahmudi Yusbi (The ASEAN Foundation)
Dina Wintyas Saputri (The ASEAN Foundation)
Joel Joseph S. Marciano, Jr. (The Philippine Space Agency)

TRANSPEER: Enhancing the Wider Employability of Researchers through International Collaboration in Transferable Skills Development
James Lees (Karlstad University) *

URA Research Ability Study Group at Tohoku University - Self-Helping and Mutually Assisting Community
Marc Hansen (Tohoku University) *
Michiaki Yumoto (Tohoku University)
Kenji Kaibe (Tohoku University)
Kazuyuki Suzuki (Tohoku University)
Kotaro Takeda (Tohoku University)
Ryo Takahashi (Tohoku University)
Sayaka Takahashi (Tohoku University)

Sub-theme 5: Research Integrity and Responsible Conduct of Research

Developing and Managing a Comprehensive Responsible Conduct of Research Program
Ara Tahmassian (Harvard University) *
Tadashi Sugihara (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)

Japanese university's effort for Research Integrity: Training Course at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Kaoru Nishimura (Tokyo Institute of Technology) *

Promoting collaboration between RECs: The role of REMs to link animal data and clinical trials
Sidney Frank Engelbrecht (University of Cape Town) *

Research and development of the guideline for research administrators based on the International Survey
Masato Miyake (Nara Institute of Science and Technology) *
Rei Nouchi (Shinshu University)
Masataka Murasawa (Hiroshima University)

* Presenting Author

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