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Researchers from Kyoto University, Heidelberg University, and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology will gather to discuss five topics proposed by several fellows from L-INSIGHT, a community of early career researchers at Kyoto University.
The fellows believe that these trans-disciplinary topics including research environments and ways of thinking in other spheres of research are important in discussing the development of their future research.
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YAMAMOTO Akihisa / Falko Ziebert (Heidelberg University)
Quantification, control, and modeling of mechanical and dynamical alteration of cell and tissue towards detection and mechanistic understanding of disease
HONGO Shun / Katharina Brotzmann (Heidelberg University) / Jochen Ait Müller (KIT) / Hjalmar Kühl (Max Planck Institute)
What research do we need to do to reconcile the conflicts between biodiversity conservation and food security in developing countries?
TANAKA Tomohiro / Carolin Klonner (Heidelberg University) / Tim Kerlin (KIT) / Ralf Loritz (KIT) / Andreas Schäfer (KIT) / Hoang Thai Duong Vu (KIT)
What engineering research is expected from society in this “full-of-informatics” (e.g. AI, Drone, ICT) era? Any research field in the similar situations?
FUJII Toshihiro / Iryna Lypova (Heidelberg University) / Markus Roth(KIT)
Clarifying the most energetic particles in the universe
FUJII Yuri / Georg Lars Hildenbrand (Heidelberg University)
How and where did life emerge? What did the first life look like? Is it possible to have other form of life?
Date23 November (Tuesday)
2021, 17:30(JST) | 9:30(CET)
Prof. Dr. TOKITOH Norihiro
[Executive Vice President]
Prof. YOKOYAMA Mika
[Deputy Executive Vice-President, Director of Kyoto University European Center, Kyoto University]
Prof. Dr. Matthias Weidemüller
[Vice-Rector for Innovation and Transfer, Heidelberg University]
[Institute for Advanced Study (KUIAS)・Program-Specific Assistant Professor]
[Research Group Physics of Complex Biosystems, Institute for Theroetical Physics]
[Center for African Area Studies・Program-Specific Researcher]
[Research group „Aquatic Ecology and Toxicology“, EU-Project Horizon 2020 „EU-ToxRisk“, Project “PharmaSea“, Centre for Organismal Studies (COS) ]
Jochen Ait Müller
[Department: Institute of biological boundary surfaces]
[Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Department of Primatology]
[Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies (GSGES)・Assistant Professor]
[Geoinformatics Research, GroupInstitute of Geography]
[Institute for Water and River Basin Management – Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management]
[The HAKUBI Center for Advanced Research・Program-Specific Assistant Professor]
[Gamma Astronomy, Genter for Astromony]
[Pierre Auger Observatory, Institute for Astroparticle Physics (IAP)]
[Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies・Assistant Professor]
Georg Lars Hildenbrand
[Experimental biophysics, Kirchhoff Institute for Physics (KIP)]
Wrap-ups from each group
Comments from Guests
Prof. Dr. KONO Yasuyuki
[Vice President, Director International Strategy Office, Kyoto University]
Prof. TANAKA Motomu
[Institute for Physical Chemistry, Heidelberg University]
Prof. Dr. Stefan Norra
[Institute of Applied Geosciences, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology]
Prof. Dr. YOSHIKAWA Minako Jen.
[Director, The Strategic Development Hub for Early Career Researchers, Kyoto University]
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OrganizerHeidelberg University, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Kyoto University
Collaborator/SponsorKyoto University European Center