Collaborations in Japan

Keio SDM actively collaborates with companies, research institutes, and universities in Japan and many other countries to conduct educational and research activities that seek to create systems rooted in the social values of symbiosis with the environment, safety, and security. Keio SDM established SDM Research Institute to promote design and management of systems that truly help society, in collaboration with various Japanese corporations and organizations.

Keio SDM Collaborators

Tokyo Institute of Technology, The University of Tokyo, Tohoku University, Tsukuba University, Konan University, Central Research Institute of Electric Power, International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan Ministry of Defense Maritime Staff Office, Japan Society for Safety Engineering,
Adidas Japan, Canon Machinery, Japan Fuji Xerox Co., Japan Manned Space System, Jyukankyo Research Institute Inc., IBM Japan, JFE Engineering, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Murata Machinery, NEC Corporation, NHK Computer Service Co. Ltd., Nikkei, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., The Norinchukin Bank, Onosokki, Tokyo Gas Company, NTT Communications, NTT Data, SUMCO, THK, Stanley Electric Co. Ltd., Sony Corporation, Railway Technical Research Institute, The Tokyo Electric Power Company, Tokyo Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance, Toyota Motor Corporation, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Toshiba Corporation, Toyota Central R&D Labs Ltd., and others.

SDM offers educational programs geared to a wide range of needs and requirements, including lectures and classes co-sponsored with companies. Below is one example.

Collaboration with companies in the Design Project program

Design Project