TQM unit is pleased to invite you to the seminar!
This public panel will explore cybersecurity from US and Japanese perspectives, including issues of trust and transparency and regional cooperation; as well as the geopolitics of submarine cables. Providing insights from both industry and academia in Japan and the United States, it promises to be an engaging session on critical topics for our shared future.
Following the public panel, Pacific Forum Young Leaders Program Director Ariel Stenek will lead an informational session about the program and its offerings, as well as answer questions. Attendees will join breakout rooms where they can connect virtually, share research interests, and discuss the day’s most pressing topics. OIST graduate students and young researchers are invited to participate.
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Science Digest Talk: Dr. Kevin Dorgans on "In vitro imaging of subthreshold voltage oscillation in the inferior olive"2020年10月22日 (木) 12:00 〜 13:00
October 22 2020, at 12:00 (room C209 and zoom), Kevin Dorgans (Postdoctoral Scholar at Neuronal Rhythms in Movement Unit led by Marylka Yoe Uusisaari) will give a Talk on "In vitro imaging of subthreshold voltage oscillation in the inferior olive"
Different cultures may have different values and approaches when it comes to making decisions. How can I manage the decision making process effectively in meetings? Join us to find answers to this question.
Theoretical Physics Seminar.
Speaker: Simone Pigolotti (Biological Complexity).
Title: "Bifractal nature of chromosome contact maps"
FY2020 Mass Influenza Vaccination will be conducted by Health Center as a part of the prevention of influenza outbreaks.
ZOOM LINK WILL BE AVAILABLE THE DAY OF THE SEMINAR
Recent discussions in neuroscience have been arguing about the necessity of a revision to our approach in neuroscience. A common approach in neuroscience starts from a phenomenon such as attention or memory as defined from our psychological heritage, trying to find a brain correlate of this phenomenon. This method has been argued to be suffering from two main problems first is the loosely defined psychological terms and second is the correlation fallacy that has been a major concern in neuroscience. We invited two experts in neuroscience from both OIST and RIKEN trying to get their insight on this problem and how different experimental, mathematical and analytical techniques will help us frame a new path in neuroscience research.
Topic: ONOS discussion seminar
Time: Oct 23, 2020 04:00 PM Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo
Prof. Nozomi Ando, Cornell University