This category designates events managed by the Workshop and Conference Section of the Division of Communication and Public Relations, so it includes Workshops, Courses, and Symposia.


2023年2月7日 (火) 10:002023年2月9日 (木) 12:00

Mini Course: Particle Tracking Simulation using Ocean Parcels


2024年2月5日 (月) 9:002024年2月9日 (金) 17:00

Internal and External workshop


2022年12月1日 (木) (All day)

Neural Computation Unit will hold  an OIST / Humanoids 2022 joint workshop at Auditorium. If you are interested in joining, please register.


2022年12月17日 (土) (All day)

Neural Computation Unit will hold a retreat/reunion at OIST seaside house. If you are interested in joining, pleaese contact


2022年11月21日 (月) 9:002022年11月22日 (火) 13:00

Various topics of ladder polymer science will be covered mainly from the
perspectives of synthetic organic and polymer chemistry, including the synthesis of
novel conjugated ladder polymers and nanocarbon molecules and their
characterizations and properties.


2022年11月25日 (金) 13:00 17:35

Workshop on Life Mind Continuity

The aim: We attempt to deepen understanding of mind through discussions of various issues including life mind continuity, theory of mind, embodied mind, phenomenal consciousness, alife and artificial intelligence.


Date: 1pm - 5:35pm, November 25th, 2022

Location: Room1, OIST Conference Center

Organized by Kazuo Okanoya, Takashi Ikegami, and Jun Tani


2022年11月9日 (水) 9:002022年11月11日 (金) 18:00

"Silver Workshop V: Complex Geometry and related topics" Workshop
2022. Language: English (no interpretation). Target audience: Invited


2022年11月22日 (火) 9:00 17:00

"Collective Intelligence in Living/Non-Livings Populations" Workshop 2022. Language: English (no interpretation). Target audience: Invited Guests.


2022年10月25日 (火) (All day)

Registration deadline for OIST-Kyoto University Joint Workshop -Challenges in Biomedical Complexity- is October 25th, 2022.


2022年11月1日 (火) 9:00 18:30

The 2nd Workshop on Nobel Turing Challenge

The second workshop on the Nobel Turing Challenge will be held at RIKEN Kobe campus in the hybrid onsite/online format organized by Nobel Turing Challenge Initiative. We will further develop the discussions that took place in the first full online workshop where we shared information on the current status of the field and what can be our possible high impact targets. A guided tour of RIKEN’s robotic biology laboratory is also planned for the onsite participants.