Date

2020年2月26日 (水) 10:00 12:00

This Skill Pill will make you want a take a trip to the Pacific.

In this Skill Pill, we will cover the basics of Fiji (cleaning and editing image files) and applications in image data analysis, in particular object and particle counting.

Anyone welcome. More information and signup here.

Date

2020年2月27日 (木) 14:00 15:00

Speaker: Profs. Teruko Tamura-Neimann

Audience: OIST researchers and students

 

Date

2020年2月19日 (水) (All day)2020年2月26日 (水) (All day)

Abstract submission for Researcher Appreciation Week (RAW!) is currently open. We invite the submission of abstracts for the following two events: My Research in 200" and Poster Session.
https://groups.oist.jp/orc/raw-scientific-events-registration

Date

2020年3月12日 (木) 16:30

Ralitsa Todorova, Michaël Zugaro "Isolated cortical computations during delta waves support memory consolidation"  Science, 18 Oct 2019

Reviewed/presented for the journal club by PhD student Tom Burns from the Neural Coding and Brain Computing Unit.

Date

2020年2月26日 (水) 9:00 10:30

Algebraic Topology is a classical branch of mathematics.  Its origins are combinatorial, based on triangulations of topological spaces.  In the later developments major algebraization of the subject has taken place, leading to the introduction of many algebraic invariants as we know them today.

​The Mini Course will be taught by Dmitry Feichtner-Kozlov, PI of the Applied Topology Unit. His unit is interested both in developing the formal theory, as well as in applying it outside of the field, for example to Theoretical Distributed Computing.

More information and sign up here.

Date

2020年2月19日 (水) 9:00 10:30

Algebraic Topology is a classical branch of mathematics.  Its origins are combinatorial, based on triangulations of topological spaces.  In the later developments major algebraization of the subject has taken place, leading to the introduction of many algebraic invariants as we know them today.

​The Mini Course will be taught by Dmitry Feichtner-Kozlov, PI of the Applied Topology Unit. His unit is interested both in developing the formal theory, as well as in applying it outside of the field, for example to Theoretical Distributed Computing.

More information and sign up here.

Date

2020年2月12日 (水) 9:00 10:30

Algebraic Topology is a classical branch of mathematics.  Its origins are combinatorial, based on triangulations of topological spaces.  In the later developments major algebraization of the subject has taken place, leading to the introduction of many algebraic invariants as we know them today.

​The Mini Course will be taught by Dmitry Feichtner-Kozlov, PI of the Applied Topology Unit. His unit is interested both in developing the formal theory, as well as in applying it outside of the field, for example to Theoretical Distributed Computing.

More information and sign up here.

Date

2020年2月25日 (火) 12:00 13:00

Take your lunch and join us for the last ORC Researcher Assembly of the current ORC Office. Our guests will be Tim Dyce (IR Section) and Ayumi Nagai (HR).
 

Date

2020年2月8日 (土) (All day)2020年3月5日 (木) (All day)

Vote online to choose your new Researcher Representatives!

https://groups.oist.jp/orc/orc-office-elections

Date

2020年3月12日 (木) 10:00 11:00

Title: Modeling of retinal degeneration and its application to develop therapeutic strategy 

Speaker: Prof. Sumiko Watanabe 

Affiliation Division of Molecular and Developmental Biology, The Institute of Medical Science,The University of Tokyo 

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