The Three Minute Alumni Video Contest is an alternative platform where AUN/SEED-Net alumni can present themselves, get to know and update each other, and discuss potential collaborations with other alumni members and people outside the network. The exercise also helps alumni to stay connected.
The program aims for research outputs in any engineering fields or interdisciplinary areas of research that revolves around COVID-19. SPRAC offers opportunities for research collaboration between Member Institutions (MIs), Japanese Supporting Universities (JSUs), industry, and external partners among ASEAN, Japan, South Asia, and Africa. The program also reflects the core value and objective of Japan’s Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy (FOIP) and ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific Initiative where stability and prosperity of the international community would be reached through trans-continental cooperation.
ASEAN Engineering Journal (AEJ) is an official publication of the JICA Project for AUN/SEED-Net as a fruit of collaboration with the main support from the Government of Japan through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Member Governments from ten ASEAN countries and twenty-six Member Institutions.
Alumni Support Program (ASP) is designed to facilitate research and educational activities initiated by AUN/SEED-Net alumni. The program aims to strengthen national and international collaboration, which will potentially contribute to socio-economic development in ASEAN and Japan, as well as addressing regional and global issues by science and technology.
Applying member institutions are requested to form a partnership in a form of university consortium, which consists of 4 types of members. Each type is expected to utilize their own expertise in performing different roles in the consortium in order to deliver a set common outputs.