Past Events

*Zoom*[PhD Thesis Presentation] - Ms. Sona Roy "Design Integrin-targeted Molecular Self-assembling Peptides for Cancer Migration Inhibition"

2020年4月16日 (木) 14:00 15:00
C210, Center Bld.

Presenter: Ms. Sona Roy

Supervisor: Professor Ye Zhang

Co-supervisor: Professor Mitsuhiro Yanagida

Audience: OIST researchers and students

 

[PhD Thesis Presentation] ‐ Ms. Noa Burstein "Flow Instabilities and Vortex Dynamics in Intersecting Flow"

2020年3月24日 (火) 17:00 18:00
C210, Level C Center Bld.

Presenter: Ms. Noa Burstein

Supervisor: Prof. Amy Shen

Audience: OIST researcher and student

 

Seminar by Prof. Tamura-Neimann 'Transcription/export complex (TREX), elongation rate and mRNA 3´end processing'

2020年2月27日 (木) 14:00 15:00
C016, Lab 1 Level C

Speaker: Profs. Teruko Tamura-Neimann

Audience: OIST researchers and students

 

[PhD Thesis Presentation] - Mr. Shohei Takaoka " Role of 5’ - 3’ exoribonuclease Xrn1 in energy expenditure and control of obesity"

2020年2月26日 (水) 14:00 15:00
B700, Lab 3 Level B

Presenter: Mr. Shohei Takaoka

Supervisor: Professor Tadashi Yamamoto

Co-Supervisor: Professor Hiroaki Kitano

Mini Course: Combinatorial Topology - 3 of 3

2020年2月26日 (水) 9:00 10:30
B715, Lab 3

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.

Mini Course: Combinatorial Topology - 2 of 3

2020年2月19日 (水) 9:00 10:30
B715, Lab 3

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.

1st Admissions Workshop for 2020

2020年2月18日 (火) (All day)2020年2月20日 (木) (All day)
OIST Main Campus

1st Admissions Selection Workshop for 2020

Seminar by Prof. Leo Radzihovsky "Fracton-elasticity duality"

2020年2月13日 (木) 15:00 16:00
C016, Lab 1 Level C

Speaker: Prof. Leo Radzihovsky

Affiliation: University of Colorado, Boulder

Audience: OIST researchers and students

Seminar by Prof. Takayanagi "Shadows of Entanglement Wedges in AdS/CFT"

2020年2月13日 (木) 11:00 12:00
C016, Lab 1 Level C

Speaker: Prof. Tadashi Takayanagi

Affiliation: Yukawa Institu te for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University

Audience: OIST researchers and students

 

[PhD Thesis Presentation] - Mr. Han Yan "Fracton States of Matter:From Holography to Frustrated Magnetis"

2020年2月12日 (水) 14:00 15:00
B503, Lab 1, Level B

PhD thesis public presentation by Mr. Han Yan

Supervisor: Professor Nic Shannon

Co-Supervisor: Professor Hirotaka Sugawara

Audience: OIST students and researchers

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