Second in the series "From Okinawa to the World: Future Scientists Spread Their Wings"
This session will be done in Japanese only. The program is consisted of OIST general introduction, PhD & Research Internship admission process, financial support and student life followed by the panel discussion by 2 OIST PhD students. One of them has joined OIST Research Internship Program before becoming OIST PhD student so this session will be very exciting for those who are interested in Research Internship Program as well as PhD program.
PhD Public presentation
Theoretical Physics Seminar. Speaker: Jiahui Bao (Qubits and Spacetime). Title: "Quantum chaos and black hole".
This 2-part seminar will cover the basics of managing conflict across intercultural teams.
Minimum intermediate English skills recommended. Native speakers of English also welcome!
Friday, February 26th and Friday, March 12th, 12-1 PM.
In our first monthly journal club meeting of 2021, Professor Gordon Arbuthnott of the Brian Mechanisms for Behaviour presents a recently published study: Striatal Bilateral Control of skilled forelimb movement. Everyone is welcome to join online.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Lukas Novotny Photonics Laboratory, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Title: What is typical in microbial communities?
Baby Sensory Class
Self - presentation is part of a broader set of behaviors called impression management. From the first impression you leave, the conversations that follow, to a friendly follow-up — all of this will be covered in this course.
To register CLICK HERE.
Tell Me Something I Don't Know lunchtime event. All are welcome, but must be prepared to tell a cool science story.
QSense OIST Mini-Symposium Talk 11: "Searching for Exotic Spin-dependent Interactions by NV Centers"
TQM unit is pleased to invite you to the seminar.
English-speaking insurance agent Wiltec in Chatan visits OIST. [When]11:00-15:00 [Where]Resource Center in the Center Building(right next to the ATM)
QSense OIST Mini-Symposium Talk 10: "Optically Pumped Magnetometer: Advancements and Perspectives for Biomagnetic Neuroimaging"
Creating a conclusion to a presentation - Feb 19th
Giving spontaneous one-minute talks - Feb 26th
Space is limited to 9 people.
Join this public webinar to hear from Prof. Keshav Dani (Femtosecond Spectroscopy Unit) about his recent research on the dark exciton. This first visualization of dark exciton has the potential to revolutionize opto-electronic technology in two-dimensional semiconductors from quantum computing to LEDs.
Join a dynamic discussion on how the intersection of art and science can lead to innovation.
This session will feature two panelists: Dr. Kenji Doya, Professor, Neural Computation Unit at OIST and Ms. Eiko Kano, Violinist and OIST Foundation Music Ambassador.
[Seminar] Spontaneous Escherichia coli persisters with week-long survival dynamics and lasting memory of a short starvation pulse
ZOOM SEMINAR (ONOS series): Hippobellum in health and disease: cerebellar influence on the hippocampus
Time: Thursday, Feb 18 at 10 am Zoom link: https://oist.zoom.us/j/96422359435
Please address inquiries to the President's Office.
We are pleased to invite you to attend the seminar!
OIST-Tohoku University First Joint Workshop on Marine Sciences - Ocean Collapse and Regeneration - 海～崩壊と再生～
This is the first joint workshop between OIST and Tohoku University on Marine Sciences.
"Mr. Mohieldin Magdy Mahmoud Youssef, PhD Student, OIST. Language: English, no interpretation."
Learn how to have a basic conversation in Japanese, including speaking about likes, dislikes and the weather. You'll also learn some high-frequency phrases that you hear often in Japan.
Title: Biomedical and environmental applications of plasmonic sensors Speaker: Dr. Francesca PINCELLA Senior Lecture, Kyoto University, Japan
QSense OIST Mini-Symposium Talk 7: "An Experiment for Evidencing Entanglement via Gravity: Its Motivation, Challenges and Related Sensing Opportunities"
QG group meeting. Speaker: Yasha Neiman. Title: "Yang-Mills scattering in de Sitter space".
QSense OIST Mini-Symposium Talk 6: Real-time in-vivo thermometry on worms by nitrogen-vacancy center in nanodiamond
Theoretical Physics Seminar. Speaker: Eliot Fried (Mathematics, Mechanics, Materials and other aspects of M-theory). Title: "The dynamics of incompressible fluids with incompatible velocity gradients".
Join the OIST Foundation and OIST for an update on SARS-CoV-2 by four leading scientists at OIST who have spent the last year engaged in research on various aspects of the virus.
Panelists Provost Mary Collins Prof. Hiroki Ishikawa, Immune Signal Unit Prof. Amy Shen, Micro/Bio/Nanofluidics Unit Prof. Matthias Wolf, Molecular Cryo-Electron Microscopy Unit
This webinar will feature innovative technologies capable of reducing and sequestering carbon across the built and natural environments.
Presenters include: * Christie Gamble, Senior Director of Sustainability, CarbonCure Technologies Inc. * Shimrit Perkol-Finkel, PhD, Co-Founder & CEO, ECOncrete Tech LTD * Yabing Qi, PhD, Professor, OIST speaking on next generation solar cells
TRAF6 maintains mammary stem cells and promotes pregnancy-induced epithelial cell expansion in mammary gland development
Dr. Jun-ichiro Inoue, Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo. Language: English, no interpretation.
We are pleased to invite you to attend the seminar!
Seminar : Particles, Bubbles, and Turbulence. Some examples of CFD applied to environmental problems
CFF unit is pleased to invite you to the seminar!
Virtual Seminar"Additive Manufacturing of Microfluidics – 3D Printing Techniques for Cleanroom-Free Fabrication, from FDM to VAT and Beyond"Benjamin Hedit
These two 2-hrs webinar series aim to give attendees the necessary skills to be an effective peer reviewer, from both an editor`s and author`s perspective . This webinar will provide practical insights and strategies to help attendees achieve this goal.To register CLICK HERE.
Speaker: Prof. Limin Tong College of Optical Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University, China
The OIST HPC User Group Meeting, for all users of the OIST HPC resources.