Application examples using SINET (interview)

SINET has been utilized as scientific information infrastructure essential for scientific research and education in a broad array of areas in Japan.  
   
DateTitleInstitution
November 14, 2013A Computer Network Enabling an Increasing Volume of DataNational Institute of Genetics
November 12, 2013The ALMA Project and SINETNational Astronomical Observatory of Japan
November 8, 2013SINET Speeds Up Japan-Europe Collaboration in International Research on Nuclear FusionNational Institute for Fusion Science
Japan Atomic Energy Agency

November 5, 2013Leading an upgrade of the intra-university infrastructure and regional computerization through the Morioka Data CenterIwate University
October 15, 2013An IT-BCP Mission-Critical System for Quick Restoration of University OperationsUtsunomiya University
Yokohama National University

June 19, 2012Construction of a Remote Backup System Based on SINET L2VPNShizuoka University
June 15, 2012  
SINET Used to Connect X-Ray Free Electron Laser Facility, SACLA, with K Computer
RIKEN
Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute (JASRI) 
June 12, 2012 
Kyo2 Cloud Center Operation 
Kyoto University of Education 
October 25, 2010 
Global Load Balancing Experiments Using the SINET Full Route Provision ServiceKyushu University, Kyushu Sangyo University
October 25, 2010Promoting International Telemedicine Using Academic NetworksKyushu University
October 22, 2010Studying the t-Room room-sharing communication systemDoshisha University
May. 7, 2010The Renkei Project: A study of resource coordination techniques for the formation of research communities Tokyo Institute of Technology
April. 23, 2010LEPS experiments to study the properties of hadrons using a laser-electron-photon beamline Osaka University's Research Center for Nuclear Physics (RCNP)
April. 9, 2010 
 Connecting the Tsukuba campus and Tokyo campus with a layer 2 VPN The University of Tsukuba
March. 19, 2010Construction and operation of a web authentication system for a campus network (HINET2007) Hiroshima University
March. 15, 2010Connecting the Earth Simulator supercomputer to SINETJapan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
March. 11, 2010Using SINET to provide computing resources and to facilitate a smooth campus relocationThe Institute of Statistical Mathematics
March. 9, 2010The VERA Project: Mapping our galaxy in 3D-kinematicsKagoshima University
Sep. 29, 2009Use of SINET L1 On-demand Service to Evaluate iSCSI-APT PerformanceOsaka University
July. 9, 2009International Sharing of Extra-Large Volumes of Data from VLBI ObservationsGeospatial Information Authority of Japan
July. 7, 2009Developing the Human Resources to Build a Better Shikoku Based on the Collective Results of the 'Knowledge of Shikoku' ProjecKagawa University
July. 3, 2009Remote Control System with Haptic FeedbackToyohashi University of Technology
Dec. 11, 2008Optically Connected VLBI Observation Using SINET L1 On-demand ServiceNational Astronomical Observatory of Japan
Dec. 11, 2008Use of HD Interactive Remote Lectures and IPv6 for Training in the Healthcare Information FieldYokohama National University Information Technology Service Center
Dec. 4, 2008Building and Operation of the Japan Data Exchange Network (JDXnet) for Earthquake Observation DataEarthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
Nov. 28, 2008Nuclear Fusion Research for a Clean Future EnergyNational Institute for Fusion Science
Nov. 14, 2008The ''Belle Experiment'': A Major Contribution to Confirmation of the Theory of Kobayashi and Maskawa, Nobel Laureates in PhysicsHigh Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)
Oct. 3, 2008Interactive Remote Learning in Special Support EducationEhime University
Sep. 30, 2008Interactive Remote Learning System Linking the National Universities of Three Hokuriku PrefecturesKanazawa University
July 22, 2008Remote Lecture System Linking 18 UGAS Universities across JapanThe Information Media Center (IMC) of Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
July 3, 2008Studying the Sun with the Solar Observation Satellite HinodeInstitute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
July 1, 2008Lattice QCD Simulation in Research on Hadron Physics and the Standard Model of Elementary ParticlesCenter for Computational Sciences (CCS), The University of Tsukuba
June 27, 2008Receipt, Processing, Archiving, and Dissemination of Satellite DataCenter for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University
June 23, 2008Neutrino ResearchKamioka Observatory, ICRR, The University of Tokyo