Update Researcher Database (Login screen)
1. APU Researcher Database
APU has developed a researcher database that allows our researchers (APU faculty) to publicize their research activities within Japan and across the world. Making our latest research results and research projects public is useful for developing partnerships with industry, promoting human resource exchange, and advancing collaborative research projects.
The contents of the Researcher Database are not only displayed on APU’s homepage, but also made available to the Japan Science and Technology Agency’s （JST） researchmap. A more detailed explanation of researchmap can be found below. Please refer to it for more information.
Be sure to update your profile regularly so that more of the general public can know about your research activities!
APU Full-time Faculty Researchers
*Full-time Faculty includes Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors (including Fixed-term Faculty, Specially-Appointed Faculty), Tenured Senior Lecturers, and Lecturers.
3. Data Entry Procedures
Before inputting information into the system, please refer to the “Researcher Database Input Manual.”
This manual explains what to take note of when entering information, the meaning of items to be filled out, limitations in the number of words that can be entered, how to change the privacy level, how to fill out the database, and more.
*Registered information will be made public the next day. Batch processing takes place each day at 2 a.m., after which the information is made available for public viewing.
You can access the Researcher Database from the Campus Terminal. Click on “Faculty & Staff” →”Faculty & Staff Resources”→ “For Faculty”→ and under “Research,” click “Update Researcher Database” . Please enter your APU-Net account name in the box labeled “Login ID” and your APU-Net password in the “Password” box. For specific instructions, please refer to the “Researcher Database Manual.” This can be found on the Campus Terminal’s “For Faculty” page under "Researcher Database.”
*The end of the manual has important points about input information that will be sent to researchmap. Please read this carefully.
Process of Inputting Data:
1. Refer to manual for specific instructions on how to enter data into Database.
2. Input Data will be available to view on the Database the next day.
*Please note that information is not updated instantly.
3. Data in the APU Database will be provided to researchmap.
4. Researcher's information is updated on the researchmap Homepage.
4．Providing Information to researchmap
Every year, APU has provided data from the Researcher Database to the Japan Science and Technology Agency’s (JST) Directory Database of Research and Development Activities (ReaD). In November of 2011, ReaD merged with the National Institute of Informatics’ (NII) Researchmap database to form ReaD&Researchmap. In April of 2014, ReaD&Researchmap underwent a name change to become researchmap. JST holds responsibility for administering the database, as before, and the university continues to provide new data to researchmap once or twice a year. Those who do not want to send information to researchmap should contact the Research Office.
Research Office: HSIUNG (Mr.)
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In November of 2011, ReaD merged with the National Institute of Informatics’ (NII) Researchmap database to form ReaD&Researchmap. In April of 2014, ReaD&Researchmap underwent a name change to become researchmap. JST holds responsibility for administering the database, as before
- 1. JST: Japan Science and Technology Agency
- Based on the goals of the Basic Law on Science and Technology, the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) aims to contribute to the development of science and technology in Japan by implementing various measures.
- 2. Directory Database of Research and Development Activities (ReaD)
- The Directory Database of Research and Development Activities (ReaD) is a database service for the promotion of cooperation among industry, academia, and government. ReaD provides information on research institutes, researchers, research projects, and research resources in Japan.
- 3. What is Researchmap?
- Researchmap is a new infrastructure designed to support researchers and the research community. It features tools that allow researchers to release their own home page, a “portal” where they can get support when creating resumes or grant applications, as well as tool to help build a “research community” where researchers connect with other members of their field.
- 4.APU will update the data supplied to researchmap once or twice a year.
- Please contact us if you do not wish your name to appear in the researchmap.