Past Events

OIST NetCafé (Online Information Session) in February 2022

2022-02-10
Online

This OIST Café takes its opportunity to commemorate UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science in February and introduce OIST’s effort to encourage and support female scientists, share the stories of OIST female students and scientists as well as the stories of the participants about the struggle or their common concerns to choose STEM field as their career. Panel discussions will be organized so that the participants can interact with the speakers.

As a keynote speaker and one of the panelists, Professor Rita Colwell, Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and University of Maryland, College Park, will join. She became the first woman to serve as the Director of the United States National Science Foundation from 1998 to 2004.

[Resume Workshop] Crafting an effective Resume

2022-01-27
Online workshop

[Resume workshop] - Crafting an effective Resume

Join us for the “Crafting an effective Resume” workshop to discover how you can utilize these strategies to make your application more focused, tailored, and relevant.

OIST Alumni Talks - Nico Espinas

2022-01-26
Online session

OIST Alumni Talks

Name: Dr. Nino Espinas (Class of 2012)
Talk Title: Reflection and Comparison of Postdoc Life in Japan and Europe

Winter Admissions Selection 2022

2022-01-24 to 2022-02-11
Online

Online Admissions Selection for shortlisted PhD applicants from January 24th to February 11th, 2022.

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. 

 

Mini Course: Speeding up MATLAB (by MathWorks) 2 of 2

2022-01-14
B701, Computer Lab, Lab 3.

This Mini Course will be taught by engineers from MathWorks, the company developping MATLAB. The focus will be on accelerating MATLAB code, using different approaches: better general coding practices, using the Parallel Computing Toolbox, and using Deigo's resources.

◆Target audience
This course is suitable for people with some experience with MATLAB. Ideally, the participants will already have some code that they are interested in speeding up.

Mini Course: Speeding up MATLAB (by MathWorks) 1 of 2

2021-12-17
B701, Computer Lab, Lab 3.

This Mini Course will be taught by engineers from MathWorks, the company developping MATLAB. The focus will be on accelerating MATLAB code, using different approaches: better general coding practices, using the Parallel Computing Toolbox, and using Deigo's resources.

◆Target audience
This course is suitable for people with some experience with MATLAB. Ideally, the participants will already have some code that they are interested in speeding up.

OIST NetCafé (Online Information Session) in December 2021

2021-12-03
Online

This session will be in Japanese. The program will start off with OIST general introduction, PhD & Research Internship admission process, financial support and student life followed by the panel discussion by 2 OIST PhD students.

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