Behavioral Ecology of Plants: their sensory system, communication, memory, and response
Editor: The Society for the Study of Species Biology Language: Japanese Ryosuke Iritani (Research Scientist, iTHEMS) is among the authors. How do plants perceive the world, and how do plants behave? This book is a compilation of the most recent plant environmental response research by up-and-coming scientists for beginners.
Become a scientist who studies what you love !! [Chapter of Universe]
Cooperation / RIKEN Language: Japanese Five scientists explain the fascinating aspects of cutting-edge space research! Shigehiro Nagataki (Deputy Program Director, iTHEMS) and Naritaka Oshita (Special Postdoctoral Researcher, iTHEMS) are among the authors.
Mathematical Modeling for Genes to Collective Cell Dynamics
Editor: Tetsuji Tokohiro Language: English Covers both experimental results and mathematical models to analyze cellular dynamics. Includes basic introductions in each chapter for non-experts in biology or mathematics. Clear and concise structure that helps readers’ understanding.
Evolutionary Ecology of Parasites
Authors: Robert Poulin Translation: Hirotaka Katahira, Ryota Kawanishi and Ryosuke Iritani Language: Japanese Translated from "Evolutionary Ecology of Parasites: Second Edition" ( Princeton University Press, 2007) by Robert Poulin
Reading the World through the Window of Math
Authors: Hiroyasu Miyazaki, Akinori Tanaka, Ryosuke Iritani and Nagisa Hiroshima Editor: Tetsuo Hatsuda and Ryosuke Shibato Language: Japanese Release date: November 19, 2021 Exploring Prime Numbers, AI, Biology, and the Universe Young researchers who use math to tackle a variety of research themes explain their research and their career choices with fresh sensitivity.
Is the World written in the Language of Mathematics? -- Exploring the Mysteries of the Universe, Life, and Information
Authors: Yuki Yokokura, Jeffrey Fawcett, Takumi Doi and Masato Taki Editor: Tetsuo Hatsuda and Takashi Tsuboi Language: Japanese Release date: May 28, 2021
The Future of 'Useless' Research
Authors: Tetsuo Hatsuda, Yoshinori Ohsumi and Sayaka Oki Editor: Ryosuke Shibato Language: Japanese What is "useful"? What does it mean to "study"? Thinking about science, budget, and our future with researchers on the front lines!
Deep Learning and Physics
Author: Akinori Tanaka, Akio Tomiya and Koji Hashimoto Language: English Is the first machine learning textbook written by physicists so that physicists and undergraduates can learn easily. Presents applications to physics problems written so that readers can soon imagine how machine learning is to be used. Offers the starting point for researchers in the rapidly growing field of physics and machine learning.
The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge (Translated book)
Author: Abraham Flexner (with a companion essay by Robbert Dijkgraaf) Supervisor: Tetsuo Hatsuda Translation: Kyoko Nonaka and Misako Nishimura Language: Japanese Translated from "The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge" (Princeton University Press, 2017) by Abraham Flexner (with a companion essay by Robbert Dijkgraaf)
Quark-Gluon Plasma: From Big Bang to Little Bang
Author: Kohsuke Yagi, Tetsuo Hatsuda and Yasuo Miake Language: English Part of Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology
Handbook of Astrophysics
Edited by Fumio Takahara et al. Language: Japanese
Solving the Riddle: History of the Universe and Elements
Author: Shinya Wanajo Language: Japanese
Deep Learning and Physics: From Foundation to Application
Author: Akinori Tanaka, Akio Tomiya and Koji Hashimoto Language: Japanese
Origin of the Gravitational Waves
Author: Masaru Shibata and Koutarou Kyutoku Language: Japanese
Deep Learning - Machine Learning Primer
Author: Masato Taki Language: Japanese