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NAIST Colloquium for Future-Pioneering

With the aim of building networks among domestic and overseas young researchers, NAIST Future Development Colloquium supports organizing open symposia and closed meetings.

 

An Open symposium offers the opportunities of building networks and collaborative research activities which beyond fields. Likewise, a closed meeting enables its participants to promote active exchanges.

 

FY2014

Graduate school Laboratory Organizer Topic
Information science
Interactive Media Design Christian Sandor Making Augmented Reality Real
Biological sciences
Functional Neuroscience Hitomi Nakazawa Advances in molecular mechanisms of intercellular network
Material science
Quantum Materials Science Satoshi Tomita Meta-X version 3.1

 

FY2013

Graduate school Laboratory Organizer Topic
Biological sciences
Gene Regulation Research Yasukazu Nakahata Molecular Homeostatic Balances and Diseases
Biological sciences
Plant Cell Function Tsubasa Shoji Deep Impact of Plant Metabolism: Going Beyond Diversity
Biological sciences
Plant Developmental Biology Mitsuhiro Aida Signaling and Coordination in Plant Development
Material science
Biocompatible Materials Science Kayo Terada Network of molecules and people for the future
Material science
Quantum Materials Science Satoshi Tomita Meta-X version 3.0

FY2012

Graduate school Laboratory Organizer Topic
Biological sciences
Molecular and Developmental Biology Kousuke Kataoka Plant Developmental Signaling
Biological sciences
Plant Developmental Signaling Keiji Nakajima New Age of Plant Embryo Research
Material science
Photofunctional Organic Chemistry Hiroko Yamada Toward the Period of Molecular Technology Originated from Molecules and Supermolecules

 

FY2011

Graduate school Laboratory Organizer Topic
Information science
Computational Linguistics Mamoru Komachi Cutting Edge of Natural Language Processing: Current Trends and Future Challenges
Material science
Quantum Materials Science Satoshi Tomita Meta-X

 

FY2010

Graduate school Laboratory Organizer Topic
Biological sciences
Molecular and Cell Genetics Yukio Kimata Protein and organelle dynamics under cellular stress conditions
Material science
Supramolecular Science Laboratory Takashi Matsuo Kickoff Colloquium for Global Interdisciplinary Researches on Life/ Ecological Innovations -Biological, Informatics, Materials and Medicinal-