Space for research


Creating a global research institute
The University of Tokyo’s Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) aims to answer the fundamental questions about the universe: where did it come from, why do we exist in it, and what is its future? But the institute’s mission is also to inspire the next generation of researchers to take up that challenge. This requires a supportive environment that attracts the brightest minds from around the world and allows them to focus on their research. Breaking down barriers At the Kavli IPMU, the University of Tokyo is creating a global space without barriers: without barriers to access, barriers to communication, or barriers to research. Even so, or perhaps as a result, entry is highly competitive. The common language of the Kavli IPMU is English, facili...Academic Information

  • Space for research
  • The University of Tokyo Special Funding for International Student (UTokyo Fellowship) Recipient Certification Ceremony(International Students and Researchers Support Group)
  • Dean of the Graduate School of Science and Faculty of Science Makoto Gonokami Elected Next President of the University of Tokyo(Public Relations Group)
  • Press Conference to Host Amgen Scholars Program Receiving New Grant from the Amgen Foundation(International Exchange Group)
  • Administration Bureau Building 1F Exhibition (University Library )
  • UTokyo Day at Princeton, celebrated the strategic partnership(International Planning Group)