OIST Mini Symposia for October-March, 2018 (FY2017)

The category “OIST Mini Symposia” – a small-scale symposium with the duration of 2-3 days – addresses a specific scientific theme or topic, focusing on current trends and recent findings in the field of interest.  Unlike OIST Workshops, talks at the Mini Symposia can be highly technical and specific for the field of research of the organizing unit. 

Organizer

Title

Date

Venue

Website (info)

Micro/Bio/Nanofluidics Unit (Amy Shen, professor)

Dynamics of viscoelastic and inertio-elastic flows

January 18-20, 2018

OIST Main Campus (C209/C210)

Website

Biological Compelxity Unit (Simone Pigolotti, associate professor) Nonequilibrium dynamics and information processing in biology February 7-9, 2018 OIST Main Campus (Conference Center MR#1) Website

Topology and Geometry of Manifolds Unit (Anastasiia Tsvietkova, assistant professor)

Computational problems in low-dimensional topology and geometry

March 12-14, 2018

OIST Main Campus (Conference Center MR#1)

Website

Neuronal Mechanism for Critical Period Unit (Yoko Yazaki-Sugiyama, associate professor) 

Synapses and Circuits-Development and Function

March 14-15, 2018

OIST Main Campus (C015)

 

Biodiversity and Biocomplexity Unit (Evan Economo, assistant professor) Advances in imaging, quantifying and understanding the evolution of ant phenotypes March 26-28, 2018 OIST Main Campus (C210)  

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*OIST Mini Symposia are held in accordance to the Japanese fiscal year, starting April 1st of the ongoing and ending March 31st of the following calendar year.