Director of Center, Teaching Staff, and 2 Technical Staffs
For education and research in natural sciences dealing with physical materials, the use of equipment and instruments for measurements and analysis are essential. The Center for Instrumental Analysis is responsible for the central management of various general-purpose large-scale analysis instruments, which are shared with education and other relevant fields.
■Center for Instrumental Analysis
Transmission Electron Microscope, Scanning Electron Microscope, Powder X-Ray Diffractometer, Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectrometer, High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer, Polarimeter, X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer, Organic Micro Elemental Analyzer, X-Ray Diffractometer, Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometer
Director of Center, 3 Teaching Staffs
The Center for Water Environment Studies aims at promoting education and research in a wide range of issues concerning the water environment from global scale protection of the coastal environment against global warming to 1ocal environmental problems, such as groundwater resources, environmental resources of rivers and lakes, geo pollution issues, problems in waste disposal and measures against disasters.
■Center for Water Environment Studies
Management Office, Study Room, Research Laboratories, Student Laboratory, Lodging Room, Investigative Boat, Groundwater Observation Wells System, Naturally-Preserved Pond
Director of Center, 2 Teaching Staffs, 1 Technical Assistant Member
The Gene Research Center is a facility to support the education and research on biotechnology such as recombinant DNA experiments at Ibaraki University and to share the results of them with the society.
■Gene Research Center
P1, P2, P3 Laboratories, RI Laboratory, Plant Culture Rooms, Animal Facilities, Cold Room, DNA Sequencer, Real Time PCR System, Laser Confocal Scanning Microscope, Real-time Monitoring System of Biomolecular Binding
Director, 90 Research staffs
■ICAS（Environment Research Laboratory）
The Institute for Global Change Adaptation Science (ICAS), which was established in May 2006 at Ibaraki University, is a member of the Sustainability Science Consortium (SSC). ICAS conducts research, educational, and outreach activities with a focus on adaptation to climate change, Post-Earthquake rebuilding, and the promotion of renewable energy. The Asia-Pacific is of particular concern due to its staggering population and economic growth. The region is high vulnerable as it faces the brunt of climate change and natural disasters. Research activities are conducted in four categories: (1) Development of engineering methods for adaptation, (2) Development of climate change adaptive agricultural technologies, (3) Livelihood plans and policies for adaptation, and (4) Strategies for safe and secure societies in the future. In addition, ICAS promotes sustainability education through the Graduate Program on Sustainability Science.
Director of Center, Vice Director of Center, Division Head (3), Research Staff (Full-time (9) and Concurrent (23)), Collaborator (4), and Technical Staff (6)
■Frontier Research Center for Applied Atomic Sciences
The Center located at Tokai village is aimed at establishing the advance base of the research and education of atomic sciences in Japan by using various quantum beam facilities including neutron beam provided by J-PARC (Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex), which promote materials science, atomic science, beam science, and so on. These activities are closely connected with Graduate School of Science and Technology of Ibaraki University, with which regional industrial application and technology innovation in Ibaraki prefecture are pursued.
Director of Center, Teaching Staff
■Center for Astronomy
The center aims at promoting education and research on the astronomy by means of radio telescopes. Utilizing the facility of an astronomical observatory, the center contributes to the development of fundamental education of natural science.
Director of Institute, and 28 employees
The Izura Institute of Arts and Culture, commemorating Tenshin Okakura, the internationally recognized philosopher, conducts a variety of research in human sciences that are related to his wide-ranging achievements. The institute also works to maintain his works and articles in a good state of preservation, and thus, to contribute to the local culture and the betterment of education.
■Izura Institute of Arts and Culture
3 registered cultural properties of the Rokkakudou, 20 letters, 16 Paintings & Drawings, 5 Sculptures, 31 Articles, 3 Calligraphic Works, etc.
Directors of Organization for Creation of Collaboration and Innovation (Additional post, 1), Vice Directors of Organization for Creation of Collaboration and Innovation (Additional post, 1), Full-time Teacher (1), Specially Appointed Professor (1), Head of Section (Additional post, 5), Coodinator of Industry-University-Government Cooperation (10), Coodinator of Industry-University-Government Cooperation, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2), Regional collaboration researcher, Part-time Researcher (3)
■Organization for creation of collaboration and innovation
Organization for creation of collaboration and innovation promotes the cooperative research and academic exchanges with local companies and communities. These activities are designed to contribute to the progress in education and research at Ibaraki University, and to promote technical development and technical education in the community. Furthermore, this organization promote innovative research and development that can show the seeds for new venture businesses, and nurture the creativity of highly talented individuals who have a special aptitude for businesses.