This symposium is on quantum information science, which is a new interdisciplinary area of information science and quantum mechanics
The deadline is approaching to submit a proposal for a concurrent session or poster at C-Hub's Symposium 2024: Inclusive Communication, to be held March 7-8, 2024.
The deadline is next Friday, December 8.
Please consider submitting a proposal for one of the following types of session:
- panel discussion
- professional development
- birds-of-a-feather/shared interests
Here is the link to our Call for Proposals page, which includes full descriptions of each of the session types and links to submit a proposal.
C-Hub’s Annual Symposium brings together bold ideas and innovative thinkers to explore themes that enhance our ability to engender excellence through inclusion. Each year, we focus on a specific topic (2021: Inclusive Mentoring; 2022: Inclusive Leadership) to invite the broader community to share their work, insights, and practices.
The symposium will include lectures and poster presentations that will provide an overview of the current status and challenges of research on the marine environment and marine ecosystems, promote the exchange of the latest knowledge among disciplines, and present cross–disciplinary perspectives. There will also be a panel discussion to discuss how the issues raised at the symposium should be addressed. In addition, a working group of young researchers and graduate students will be formed at the end of the symposium to formulate recommendations for the future of cross–disciplinary research in the coming months.
This event underscores the pivotal role of knowledge and collaboration in forging a sustainable future brought to life through the strategic partnership between OIST and Keio University.
OIST and Keio University have successfully blended top-down and bottom-up approaches, charting new research paths and nurturing young scholars since 2019. In this first inaugural joint symposium, the strengths of existing hubs such as WPI and COI-NEXT are maximized, fostering a complementary relationship that facilitates collective exploration of the world’s challenges.
The first joint symposium between RIKEN Center for Brain Science (CBS) and OIST is organized by Ph.D. students and professors in both institutes. The symposium aims to provide a platform for young scientists from both institutes to develop stronger ties and find solutions to shared research interests using different approaches/model organisms. The deadline for registration is 15th June 2023.
OIST Science 100 Symposium: Mapping OIST's Scientific Expansion to 100 PIs.
The symposium will explore OIST's current scientific standing in each field and encourage an exchange of ideas about the future direction. Additionally, it will offer an opportunity for colleagues and community members to connect and contribute to driving forward OIST's research and collaboration for achieving the university mission.
Open to all OIST members.
Osaka University is one of OIST's strategic partners.
Since 2020, we have co-hosted a series called "Recipe for Scientific Synergy" to introduce researchers from both sides.
In order to strengthen the network with a view toward more robust collaboration on bottom-up basis, we have decided to transform this series into an on-site symposium.