The International Random Matrix Theory for Complex Systems Workshop The International Random Matrix Theory for Complex Systems Workshop Organized by Professor Shinobu Hikami, head of the Mathematical and Theoretical Physics Unit and Professor Jonathan Miller, head of the Physics and Biology Unit, the International Random Matrix Theory for Complex Systems Workshop, held in April 2012, was OIST’s first physics-focused workshop. Paul Wiegmann, University of Chicago physics professor and one of the workshop’s speakers, commented that it was more interdisciplinary than most RMT workshops, because it focused on biological and physical applications of the theory as well as its mathematical aspects. Date: 18 April 2013 Copyright OIST (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, 沖縄科学技術大学院大学). Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). Download full-resolution image Tags Faculty Researchers Workshops and Conferences Share on: Related Images OIST faculty teaching physics to students OIST faculty teaching physics to students Photo credits to "(OIST/Ginter)". High-resolution TIFF images are also available for print purposes. Please contact email@example.com or 098-966-2389. John Dickison’s tour of facilities John Dickison, OIST Vice President of Building and Facilities Management, gives the professors from the University of Tokyo a tour explaining the unique layout of OIST’s lab buildings. Prof Doya Presented with Hebb Award Prof. Doya receives the Donald O. Hebb award for outstanding achievements in biological learning. Donald O. Hebb Award Prof Doya was awarded the Donald O. Hebb award by the International Neural Network Society Collaborators from OIST on Fire Ant Project The collaboration brings together people from various sections at OIST. From left to right: Mayuko Suwabe, Masako Ogasawara, Masashi Yoshimura, Prof. Evan Economo, Tadashi Sugihara, and Yoshiteru Fujimatsu are pictured.