Past Events

Class2022 PCD Group Project Final Presentation

2024-02-16
L4E48

Let’s vote for Class 2022 Group Project Awards!

Class 2022 OIST students have been working on group projects for about 10 months as a part of their Professional and Career Development Program (PCD)completion of a group project is mandatory for all students in their Year 1-2, and at the end, students give a presentation on their project. 

Each group puts a tremendous amount of time and energy to create great projects. Please join and see their presentation  and vote for;

  • The Best Project Award:  Most ‘Wow-factored’ project
  • Community Award: Most ‘community engaged’ project
  • People’s Choice Award: Just because you LOVE it!

Thank you for your participation and support for the Class 2022!

[PhD Thesis Public Presentation_C700, Lab3_Zoom is also available] ‐ Hsiao-Chiao Chien- "JunB is Essential for Chromatin Regulation in Pathogenic Th17 Cells"

2024-02-14
C700, Lab3 Level C ( Zoom is also available)

Presenter: Hsiao-Chiao Chien

Supervisor: Prof. Hiroki Ishikawa

[BOG/BOC Special talk] Capitalism that works : Japan’s Economic Realities, Potential & Challenges

2024-01-26
B250

[BOG/BOC Special talk] Speaker: Mr. Jesper Koll

Capitalism that works :  Japan’s Economic Realities

Japan has got what it takes to be an economic superpower and role model. As new global realities and national rivalries force unprecedented challenges and uncertainty for global leaders, Japan’s social resilience, political stability, corporate competitiveness, technocratic pragmatism and private sector innovation potential are poised to deliver positive upside surprises and real opportunities. No one doubts the potential; but can Japan really outperform on its own merits? Learn where exactly the opportunities are; how you can engage and profit from Japan’s new structural up-cycle; why there is more to sustainable prosperity than innovation and profit; what forces could derail it; and why Japan’s demographic destiny is an overarching positive force for next-Generation leaders, citizens and the rising Asian middle class.

Winter Admissions Selection

2024-01-22 to 2024-02-09
Online

Online Admissions Selection for shortlisted PhD applicants from January 22nd to February 9th, 2024.

Information sessions about PhD program, faculty talks and interviews all via zoom.

The event is targeted towards shortlisted applicants for our PhD program.

Please contact phd-selection@oist.jp for further details.

 

Science Challenge 2024 - Call for volunteers

2024-01-04 to 2024-02-16

Volunteers wanted for the Science Challenge workshop from February 17 - 23, 2024!

Support us with hands-on science activities, share your knowledge about poster presentation, essay writing or flash talk presentations with the participants or join a panel discussion about what is required to be successful as a PhD student / research intern at OIST. 

Sign-up here, if you would like to support us and to get more information about the tasks we require your support! 

 

Graduate School Mini Course: Filmmaking for Everyone (Session 3)

2023-12-13
B700 (Lab 3)

Learn new skills, meet new people and enjoy the art of filmmaking with OIST's own professional videographer, Scotty! 

Finished products will have the opportunity be featured on the OIST Vimeo account.

Graduate School Mini Course: Filmmaking for Everyone (Session 2)

2023-12-08
B700 (Lab 3)

Come and take the chance to learn professional tools & skills for documentary filmmaking from an OIST videography professional! 

Graduate School Mini Course: Filmmaking for Everyone (Session 1)

2023-12-06
B700 (Lab 3)

Come and learn to leverage your phone's capabilities and gain some skills for planning and producing a short film.  You will use professional tools and learn from an expert!  Finished products will have the opportunity to be featured on OIST's Vimeo account.

 

Graduate School Mini Course: Julia for Open Quantum Systems Session 2

2023-11-28
B700, Lab3

This Mini Course will introduce you to a cutting edge application of this high-level programming language.

 

Julia is a high-levelhigh-performance programming language designed to address the needs of computational science as well as to be effective for general purpose use. It aims to rival C and Fortran in terms of speed. It is an excellent alternative to MATLAB or Python in terms of syntax.

Graduate School Mini Course: Julia for Open Quantum Systems Session1

2023-11-27
B700, Lab3

This Mini Course will introduce you to a cutting edge application of this high-level programming language.

 

Julia is a high-levelhigh-performance programming language designed to address the needs of computational science as well as to be effective for general purpose use. It aims to rival C and Fortran in terms of speed. It is an excellent alternative to MATLAB or Python in terms of syntax.

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