Date

2022年6月14日 (火) 9:00 10:00

JSPS Visiting Fellow Professor Jingbo Wang from the University of Western Australia gives a series of lectures on Quantum Computation.

Lecture 3: Quantum Teleportation and Superdense Coding (demonstrating quantum advantages)

 

Date

2022年6月9日 (木) 9:00 10:00

JSPS Visiting Fellow Professor Jingbo Wang from the University of Western Australia gives a series of lectures on Quantum Computation.

Lecture 2: Physical Implementation of Quantum Gates and Circuits (evolving the quantum computer governed by Schrödinger’s equation)

Date

2022年6月7日 (火) 8:45 9:45

JSPS Visiting Fellow Professor Jingbo Wang from the University of Western Australia gives a series of lectures on Quantum Computation.

Lecture 1: Quantum Computing Fundamentals (postulates of quantum mechanics; quantum bits, gates, and circuits)

Date

2022年3月8日 (火) 10:002022年3月10日 (木) 11:00

Speaker: Professor Asuka Takatsu, Tokyo Metropolitan University

Title: Curvature and Optimal transport


Abstract

In this series of lectures, I first review the notion of curvature (Gaussian curvature and Ricci curvature).
In particular, I recall some comparison theorems (Toponogov's triangle comparison theorem, Bishop--Gromov volume comparison theorem etc).
Then I introduce a generalized notion of curvature in non-smooth spaces.

Date

2022年3月10日 (木) 11:002022年3月14日 (月) 12:00

Speaker: Professor Jun Kitagawa, Michigan State University

Title: A brief introduction to branched optimal transport

Abstract:

The optimal transport (also known as Monge-Kantorovich) problem is a classical optimization problem which has recently become the focus of much research with connections to various fields such as PDEs, geometry, and applications. In particular, it provides an effective way to metrize the space of probability measures on a given metric space. However, there is an alternate approach to metrizing such spaces using so called branched optimal transport. Branched optimal transport is based on the classical Gilbert-Steiner problem, later adapted by Qinglan Xia, and in contrast to the Monge-Kantorovich approach tends to yield branching structures. In this series of lectures I will introduce the basics of branched optimal transport and discuss some of the known results in the literature.

Date

2022年2月25日 (金) 15:00 17:00

Statistical Mechanics, Critical Phenomena and Renorm

Date

2021年7月29日 (木) 9:00

Speaker: Dr. Arang Rhie, Genome Informatics Section at NIH/NHGRI, USA
 

Zoom Link: https://oist.zoom.us/j/84967336568?pwd=ZkhVWlRCdzBjM3VDSWRneDVXaUhVUT09

Date

2021年7月27日 (火) 10:00

With deep apologies, this talk will once again be postponed until further notice!

 

Professor Sara Solla will speak to us, live from Chicago, on Low Dimensional Manifolds for Neural Dynamics. 

Date

2021年7月13日 (火) 21:30

RAM 2021 Guest Speaker: Dr. Joseph E. LeDoux, PhD. Professor of Neural Science, Psychology, Psychiatry, and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at New York University; Director of the Emotional Brain Institute. Tuesday, July 13 at 21:30 JST. Zoom Link: https://oist.zoom.us/j/89512617921?pwd=MEpXTVgrKzZjSFhnNEE4WUw5QnVEZz09 / Passcode: 991202

Date

2021年7月13日 (火) 9:00

Join us for the first of the RAM 2021 Invited Guest speaker sessions!

NOTE: This talk has been moved to Tuesday, 9AM July 13thApologies for any inconvenience caused.

Live from Brazil, Professor Miguel Nicolelis;

A View of the Future for BMI Basic Research and Clinical Applications

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