This is an externally organized event. For more information contact the organizers.
Inetern as Media Section and Community Relations Section for 3 weeks.
OIST Workshop - OIST members are welcome to attend the data analysis presentation sessions held on August 23, 13:00-15:30 at L3-C700. Other sessions are exclusively for participants - Website: https://groups.oist.jp/grad/collaborative-experimental-design-and-analytics-ceda-2018
Sarah McAnulty is a PhD candidate at UConn and is something of a SciComm powerhouse. She founded the successful Skype a Scientist program, which connects classrooms and researchers all over the world, she regularly gives general audience science talks and hosts science trivia nights, and she does an amazing job communicating her science through social media (she has 8,679 twitter followers). Sarah will come to OIST and give a talk or workshop about SciComm.
[PhD Thesis Presentation] - Jui-Yin Lin - Transport properties of strongly correlated 2D electrons confined in microchannelsTuesday, August 21, 2018 - 09:00 to 10:00
Thesis Public Presentation
Presenter: Jui-Yin Lin
Title: Transport properties of strongly correlated 2D electrons confined in microchannels
Date&Time: August 21st, 9:00am
Venue: C210, Center Building
Neural Computation Unit (Doya Unit)
Seminar "Catalyst Design with Solid-supported Ligands and Metals" by Prof. Masaya Sawamura, Hokkaido UniversityTuesday, August 21, 2018 - 14:00 to 15:00
Prof. Masaya Sawamura, Professor, Hokkaido University. Language: English
[Seminer] Plasmons in Metallic Nanostructures: Excitation, Propagation and Detection by Prof. Paul LeidererWednesday, August 22, 2018 - 13:00 to 14:00
Title: Plasmons in Metallic Nanostructures: Excitation, Propagation and Detection
Speaker: Prof. Paul Leiderer
Institution: University of Konstanz, Germany
Title: Two quantum phase transitions in nano-confined helium
Speaker: Professor Keiya Shirahama
Institution: Department of Physics, Keio University
Online registration required.