RIKEN Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences Program

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Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences Program (iTHEMS) is an international research program at RIKEN. It facilitates close collaborations among researchers from different disciplines in theoretical, mathematical and computational sciences. The ultimate goal of iTHEMS is to unravel the mystery of the Universe, matter, and life, as well as to solve key problems in modern society through interdisciplinary approaches.

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Workshop

The 2nd KUIAS-Heidelberg-RIKEN iTHEMS joint WS "Mathematical Sciences and Medicine"

March 20 - 21, 2020

共催: 京大高等研究院 (KUIAS) 医学物理融合部門 理研数理創造プログラム (iTHEMS) 京大理学研究科附属サイエンス連携探索センター (SACRA)

Venue: Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study (KUIAS)

Event Official Language: Japanese

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2020-02-26

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New story released "Let's ask a RIKEN doctor!" (Written in Japanese)

"Let's ask a RIKEN doctor!" is a content that explains the forefront of RIKEN research for children in an easy-to-understand.

2020-02-19

Press Release

Modeling the insides of a neutron star - Improvements to a model for the inside of a neutron star make it applicable to neutron star mergers

RIKEN astrophysicists have developed an improved model for the interior structure of neutron stars that agrees well with observations. Unlike previous models, it can be extended to consider what happe...more

2020-02-17

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Boosting the lensing study for DM properties with machine learning techniques

Strong lensing of the galaxy, which can be seen as arc-like features, is a powerful probe of the small-scale DM halos. The populations of small-scale DM halo give us hints about its particle propertie...more

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Upcoming Visitors

Dr. Yuki Hirano

Assistant professor, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University

Term: March 9 - 18, 2020

Visiting Place: Main Research Building

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