1. Regional Conference (RC) 

Regional conferences are annually organized by field around the ASEAN region with the purpose to present research outputs of the AUN/SEED-Net network, to exchange information on research and technology trends, and to pursue discussions on future collaborative research topics. Kindly find history of RC organizer here.

2. Research Fellowship Program (RF)

The Research Fellowship Program in ASEAN or in Japan supports young academic staff who have obtained a doctoral degree through any AUN/SEED-Net programs to continue their research work at Host Institutions in ASEAN or supporting universities in Japan for a maximum of 6 months.

3. Japanese Professor Dispatch Program (JPDP)

This program supports Japanese professors to visit Member Institutions in ASEAN in order to discharge joint research supervision of AUN/SEED-Net students, discuss research collaboration with faculty staff, or participate in AUN/SEED-Net Regional Conferences.

4. Short-term Research Program in Japan (SRJP) 

The program provides significant support to academic staff of Member Institutions to visit Japanese supporting universities for academic activities or network strengthening for a maximum of 30 days.

5. Short-term Visit Program in ASEAN (SVAS)

Academic staff of member institutions can utilize this program to travel for 30 days maximum to other Member Institutions in the ASEAN region for research work, technical assistance, network strengthening, or meeting on field-wise activities with persons concerned.

6. ASEAN Engineering Journal (AEJ) 

As a fruit of the network collaboration, the “ASEAN Engineering Journal” has been launched to be a platform for engineering scholars and researchers to publish knowledge from academic research outcomes in ASEAN countries, to improve research quality through review process, and to strengthen academic society and network.

7. Alumni Support Program (ASP)  |New!|

The Alumni Support Program (ASP) is a new program designed to facilitate scientific research and educational activities by AUN/SEED-Net program alumni. It aims to strengthen national and international collaboration by the works of alumni to contribute to socio-economic development in the ASEAN region and Japan, which potentially lead to addressing regional and global issues by science and technology.