Past Events

Seminar by Prof. Séraphin "Starting from the ends: from eukaryotic mRNA decay mechanisms to diseases"

2020-01-22
C016, Lab 1 Level C

Speaker: Prof. Séraphin

Affiliation: University of Strasbourg

Audient: OIST students and reserchers

 

On the many dimensions of Dynamic Programming based Reinforcement Learning algorithms by Prof. Bruno Scherrer

2020-01-21
C016, Level C, Lab 1

TitleOn the many dimensions of Dynamic Programming based Reinforcement Learning algorithms

Speaker: Prof. Bruno Scherrer

Affiliation: Probability and Statistics team of IECL, at université de Lorraine

Sample-efficient Reinforcement Learning for Real-world Robot Control by Prof. Takamitsu Matsubara

2020-01-21
C016, Level C, Lab 1

Title: Sample-efficient Reinforcement Learning for Real-world Robot Control

Speaker: Prof. Matsubara Takamitsu

Affiliation: Nara Institute of Science and Technology

Seminar by Prof. Kamm "In vitro models of neurological disease"

2020-01-17
C700, Lab3 Level C

Speaker: Prof. Roger D Kamm

Affiliation: Biological Enginering Department, MIT

Audience: OIST researchers and students

Seminar by Prof. Shuichi Takayama "Microfluidic Studies of Lung Injury, Infection, and Fibrosis"

2020-01-17
C700, Lab3 Level C

Speaker: Professor Shuichi Takayama

Affiliation: Georgia Tech, USA

Audience: OIST researchers and students

Seminar by Prof. Sandini "From Humanoid Robots to Anthropomorphic Minds"

2020-01-17
C209, Center Bld.

Speaker: Prof. Sandini

Affiliation: Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia and University of Genova

Audience: OIST researchers and students

[PhD Thesis Presentation] ‐ Mr. Hsieh-Fu Tsai "Analysis of glioma cell guidance and interaction in microfluidic-controlled microenvironments enabled by machine learning"

2020-01-17
C700, Lab3 Level C

PhD Thesis public presentation by Mr. Hsieh-Fu Tsai

Audience: OIST researchers and students

Seminar by Prof. Tepper "Neurophysiology and Synaptic Connections of Striatal Interneurons"

2020-01-16
D015, Lab 1 Level D

Speaker: Prof. James Tepper

Affiliation: Rutgers, The State University of Newark

Language: English

Audience: OIST researchers and students

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