Current and Upcoming Visitors

Name Arrival Departure Field Units of Interest
Jonathan Kujawa 2023/05/01 2023/06/30 Mathematics Speyer
Anatole Lecuyer 2023/03/13 2023/05/28 Computer Science, Virtual Reality, Brain-Computer Interfaces Doya, Froese, Kuhn
Shinichi Nakagawa 2023/03/01 2023/10/31 Biology Pigolotti
Jochen Steil 2023/03/01 2023/07/31 Robotics Tani, Fukai, Doya
Artur Tsobanjan 2023/03/01 2023/08/31 Physics Höhn, Busch, Neiman, Toriumi, Twamley
Leenoy Meshulam 2023/02/03 2023/02/24 Physics, Neuroscience Reiter, Tanaka, Doya, Fukai, Miller, Pigolotti
Jeffrey Teo 2023/01/26 2023/07/23 Physics, Condensed Matter Shannon, Okada
Timothy O'Leary 2022/12/06 2023/03/12 Neuroscience, Systems Theory and Control Doya, De Schutter, Wickens
Guido Boffetta 2022/12/02 2023/01/28 Physics, Fluid Dynamics Rosti, Chakraborty
Mark Wildon 2022/10/04 2022/11/10 Mathematics Speyer
Kyoji Saito 2022/09/11 2023/01/15 Mathematics Hikami, Speyer
Leon Loveridge 2022/08/15 2022/12/15 Mathematics, Physics Höhn
Takashi Ikegami 2022/08/08 2022/12/04 Neuroscience Froese
Sebastiano Nicolussi Golo 2022/08/05 2022/10/28 Mathematics Zhou
Merav Stern 2022/07/18 2022/08/14 Neural Networks Modeling Fukunaga, Fukai, Doya
Kerstin Lenk 2022/07/18 2022/08/18 Neuroscience De Schutter, Kuhn
Dana Ballard 2022/06/22 2022/08/12 Neuroscience Tani, Froese, Fukai, Fukunaga, Uusisaari, Doya
Mog Stapleton 2022/06/10 2023/03/31 Cognitive Science Froese
Robert Osburn 2022/06/09 2022/09/01 Mathematics Speyer, Feichtner-Kozlov
Shiro Ikeda 2022/05/09 2022/07/31 Data Science Doya, Fukai, Kuhn
Leenoy Meshulam 2022/05/09 2022/07/31 Physics, Neuroscience Reiter, Tanaka, Doya, Fukai, Miller, Pigolotti
Chris Bowman 2022/04/06 2022/05/02 Mathematics Speyer
Daniel Bulmash 2022/03/21 2022/07/03 Physics Shannon, Okada

All visitors give presentations during their stay at OIST. You can find details about upcoming seminars and lectures on the Events page. You can also subscribe to this iCal calendar containing all talks.

Visitor Profiles

Here are the profiles of visitors currently on campus.

Jeffrey Teo

Visit from 2023/01/26 - 2023/07/23

Jeffrey Teo is a theoretical physicist specializing in topological phases of electronic condensed matter. This includes topological (crystalline) insulators and superconductors, integer and fractional quantum Hall states, and spin liquids. In particular, he focuses on the emergence of exotic quasiparticles and topological defects that exhibit fractional behaviors, such as electric charge and statistics. Jeffrey Teo completed his Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania. He was a Simons postdoctoral fellow at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is now an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia. Personal Website

TSVP Talk: "Topological Phases and Universal Fractional Quasiparticles" on February 16, 2023 at 4pm in L4E48.
Office at OIST: Lab 2 C623

Jeffrey Teo

 

Timothy O'Leary

Visit from 2022/12/06 - 2023/03/12

Timothy O’Leary is Professor of Information Engineering and Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge. His research uses concepts and methods from systems theory and control engineering to understand the brain at the cellular and network level. He trained in pure mathematics and obtained his PhD in biophysics and physiology at the University of Edinburgh. He then worked with Eve Marder as Swartz Theoretical Neuroscience Fellow in Brandeis University before starting his group in Cambridge in 2016. Google Scholar

TSVP Talk: "Feedback Control and Variability in the Nervous System" on January 12, 2023 at 4pm in L4E48
Office at OIST: L4E25j

Timothy O'Leary

 

Mog Stapleton

Visit from 2022/06/10 - 2023/03/31

Mog Stapleton is a researcher at East China Normal University. Her background is in cognitive science and philosophy (with master's degrees in both). She received her PhD from the University of Edinburgh in 2012. Her research focuses on embodied, embedded, enactive, and extended (so-called "4E") approaches and on the importance of affect for cognitive science. She is co-editor-in-chief of the journal Cognitive Systems Research. Google Scholar

TSVP Talk: "A Body-First Approach to Cognitive Science" on November 24, 2022 at 4pm in L4E48
Office at OIST: L4F22d

Mog Stapleton

 

Profiles of previous visitors