The Tokyo Office is a gateway for OIST.
Launched in January 2021,the Tokyo Office is located in Roppongi within the International House of Japan (IHJ), a private, non-profit organization promoting cultural exchange and intellectual cooperation between the peoples of Japan and those of other countries.
This is a fitting home for the Tokyo Office as it, too, is devoted to further strengthening OIST’s relationships with national and global policy, business, and academic communities — expanding OIST’s presence and activities in Japan and around the world.
The Tokyo Office connects you to the discoveries and innovations in science and technology being made every day at OIST.
For more information about the OIST Tokyo Office and related events, please email email@example.com.
Start Time Changed! -- Registration open! “How will our cryptographic toolkit be impacted by quantum computers and machine learning?”
**Plase Note - New start time is 15:00 JST, January 28, 2022.
Registration is open for the 2nd session of OIST-ASJ QCS Seminar Series webinar with Dr. Najwa Aaraj. Dr. Aaraj is the Chief Researcher at the Cryptography Research Centre at the Technology Innovation Institute (TII) in UAE. She will speak on “How will our cryptographic toolkit be impacted by quantum computers and machine learning?”
Video recording of OIST-ASJ QCS seminar series 1st session, “Satellite Quantum Communication and its Impact on Cyber Security” by Dr. Alexander Ling, Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore and navigated by Dr. Artur Ekert, OIST Adjunct Professor, is now available. Enjoy the video!
First OIST-Keizai Doyukai joint seminar was held on September 14, 2021. Dr. Peter Gruss and Mr. Jesper Koll gave their talks and had active discussion with Keizai Doyukai members.
“How to Create Top Science—OIST as a Model for Japan” by Dr. Peter Gruss, President, OIST