To contribute to the promotion of science and technology and the development of regional society through research and development of leading science and technology, such as software, mechatronics, information, environment, life sciences and nanotechnology through collaboration among industry, academia and the public, to create next-generation leading industries, foster enterprises and nurture human resources who will play an important role in future generations.
134 Chudoji Minamimachi, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-City, Kyoto, Japan 600-8813
October 20, 1989
Steel framework, Reinforced concrete Ten stories plus a basement
Total floor space : Approximately 7,000m2
Advanced Science, Technology and Management Research Institute of KYOTO (Abbrev. ASTEM RI/KYOTO)
Masao Horiba M.D. (Supreme Advisor, Horiba Ltd.)
Sei-ichi Nishimoto Ph.D.
(Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University
President, Kyoto Municipal Institute of Industrial Technology and Culture)
Kiyoshi Agusa, Ph.D.
Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies,
Kyoto University Professor,
Department of Science and Engineering, Nanzan University)
300 million yen
Kyoto City (33.3%), Kyoto Prefecture (16.7%), The local industries (36.7%) and the others (13.3%)
August 9, 1988 (Authorized by the governor of Kyoto Prefecture)