Dear all UTM Staff,
As a member institution of Presidents’ Forum of Southeast and South Asia and Taiwan Universities (SATU Presidents’ Forum), UTM is pleased to announce the 2022 SATU Joint Research Scheme (JRS) is now calling for research proposals from principal investigators. Details of the programme are as follows:
【SATU – 2022 Joint Research Scheme (JRS) Call for PI Proposals】
The 2022 SATU Joint Research Scheme (JRS) is now calling for research proposals from principal investigators (PI) from member universities. We hope that you will join us in enhancing our regional collaborations and help us achieve a more fruitful fact-finding future.
JRS was launched by SATU Presidents’ Forum in 2012 as a matching platform for scholars from all SATU member universities to establish international research collaborations. JRS has been receiving more and more attention over the years. The number of matched projects has grown to 174 in 2020 and even 392 in 2021. We believe the JRS has served an important role in promoting collaborations among our member universities.
If you have any research proposals and would like to look for like-minded collaborator(s) to work with, all you need to do is to complete the “PI Proposal Submission form” at 2022 SATU JRS during 9-24 March 2022, and we will call for co-investigators for your project(s). The submission process is short and simple, and will take less than 10 minutes to complete.
Further details and the proposal submission form can be found on the 2022 SATU JRS Website. The proposal submission period deadline is 24 March 2022.
For inquiries, please contact Ms. Charlotte Li at email@example.com
We look forward to your participation in this year’s JRS.
SATU Presidents’ Forum International Secretariat
About SATU Presidents’ Forum
Established in 2003, the Presidents’ Forum of Southeast and South Asia and Taiwan Universities (SATU) is composed of over 100 member universities across nine countries including Brunei, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. It aims to improve higher education and international cooperation in the region through sharing of valuable experience and facilitating exchange at different levels including students, faculties, and administrative staff.
Thank you and stay safe!