OIST Mini Symposium - Open to all OIST members - For non-OIST members: Please contact the organizers for information on how to participate.
Spanish Music Performance
Free Admission Reservation Required
Modern views on intelligent informatics and biomedical sciences:
Track 1: Signal Processing, Computer Networks, and Telecommunications
Track 2: Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Human-Computer Interaction
Track 3: Bioinformaticsw, Medical Imaging, and Neuroscience
Special Scientific Talk - "Developing Biomarkers in the Era of Precision Medicine: Promises from the Proteome" by Dr. Patrick TremblayMonday, October 22, 2018 - 10:30 to 11:30
Speaker: Dr. Patrick Tremblay, Senior Vice President and Corporate Development Officer Caprion Biosciences Inc.
[Seminar] The Paleobiology of deep-sea ecosystems - Dr Steffen Kiel (Swedish Museum of Natural History)Monday, October 22, 2018 - 13:30
Dr Steffen Kiel
Dr. Steffen Kiel is senior scientist and curator at the Paleobiology Department of the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm. He received is PhD in paleontology from the University of Hamburg in Germany, and continued his research at various institutions in the USA, England, Austria, and Germany. His main interests are the drivers of evolution on geologic timescales, biogeography, and the deep ocean.
Seminar: "The repeated convergent evolution of correlated life history traits and phenotype in the Izu Island lizard (Plestiodon latiscutatus)" by Dr. Matt BrandleyTuesday, October 23, 2018 - 09:15 to 10:15
Time: 9:20-10:10, Oct 23
Speaker: Dr. Matt Brandley, Department of Primary Industries, New South Wales, (Australia)
Speaker: Prof. Lars Schmitz, W.M. Keck Science Center (USA)
Seminar: "Textile degradation in indoor cultural heritage" by Pauline Uring, LISA (Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Systèmes Atmosphériques, UMR 7583 CNRS – University Paris Est and Paris Diderot)