Each day, every researcher at IBM Research - Tokyo works with the goal of creating value for society and developing new opportunities for the future. To foster such innovation, we offer a positive and productive climate at IBM Research - Tokyo. Specifically, we have opportunities that enable the world's highest-level interchange and research, a culture that respects creativity, and superior equipment.
World's Highest Level of Interaction and Research
The environment does not consist only of visible things - it's also about relationships. One researcher said, "Researchers can experience the great joy of seeing their own technology go into the world in the form of IBM products." Another commented, "We exchange daily with first-class researchers in Japan and abroad, including some 3,000 IBM researchers who play an active role in the world. This is a stimulating experience." As a member of a global corporation, IBM Research - Tokyo researchers are given opportunities for world-class interaction and research.
We believe that research laboratories are built around people. One researcher vowed, "We will always continue to pursue technological creativity." Another said, "We respect each other as researchers who have a high level of specialized knowledge." Still another said, "All researchers in a group strive to achieve ambitious goals with enthusiasm and to be able to present many papers at major international conferences." We are proud of the research climate at IBM Research - Tokyo.
Situated in the IBM Japan Yamato Laboratory (Yamato City, Kanagawa Prefecture), IBM Research - Tokyo has outstanding facilities that allow its researchers to devote themselves to research in a quiet, verdant living environment. IBM Research - Tokyo has offices with space and privacy, as well as core research facilities such as video conference rooms, laboratories, and libraries. We also offer a visitor center, cafeterias, wellness rooms, and other common-use facilities. In this way, IBM Research - Tokyo provides an office environment that allows researchers to peacefully concentrate on research.