# Upcoming Events

## Math Lecture

### Introduction to Public-Key Cryptography (7th)

January 18 at 15:00 - 17:00, 2019

Dr. Eren Mehmet Kıral (Visiting Scientist (Academia), iTHEMS)

Venue: Seminar Room #160, 1F Main Research Building, RIKEN

Event Official Language: English

## Symposium

### The 7th International Symposium on Data Assimilation (ISDA2019)

January 21 - 24, 2019

The symposium will focus on the cross-cutting issues shared in broad applications of data assimilation from geoscience to various physical and biological sciences. In particular, the symposium will enhance discussions among researchers with various background on, for example, non-Gaussian and nonlinear data assimilation problems, Big Data Assimilation (BDA), high-performance computation (HPC), Uncertainty Quantification (UQ), advanced intelligence (AI) and machine learning, multi-scale and multi-component treatments, observational issues, and mathematical problems.

Abstract Submission Deadline: October 14, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. UTC

Registration Deadline: December 16, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. UTC

Submission/Registration Fee: Free

Venue: 6F auditorium, Computational Science Research Building, R-CCS, Kobe Campus, RIKEN

Event Official Language: English

## Workshop

### RIKEN-Berkeley WS on Quantum Information Science (RB19)

January 25 - 29, 2019

Initiated by the RIKEN Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences (iTHEMS) program at Berkeley, this workshop will focus on the development of quantum computing techniques, quantum

materials, and quantum sensing, as well as their corresponding applications to physical sciences, with an emphasis to galvanize the participants into future collaboration.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Chia Cheng Chang (RIKEN iTHEMS/UCB/LBNL NSD)

Takumi Doi (RIKEN iTHEMS)

Tetsuo Hatsuda (RIKEN iTHEMS)

Wick Haxton (UCB/LBNL NSD/RIKEN iTHEMS)

Alan Poon (LBNL NSD/BQ)

ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

Jonathan Carter (LBNL CRD/BQ)

Yasunobu Nakamura (RIKEN CEMS/Tokyo)

Franco Nori (RIKEN/Michigan)

Thomas Schenkel (LBNL AT-AP/BQ)

Irfan Siddiqi (UCB/BQ)

Seigo Tarucha (RIKEN CEMS/Tokyo)

Co-hosted by

RIKEN iTHREMS

RIKEN CEMS

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL)

Univ. of California at Berkeley (UCB)

Supported by

Berkeley Quantum (bq)

US Dept. of Energy (DOE)

Venue: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley, California)

Event Official Language: English

## Colloquium

### The 7th MACS colloquium

February 7 at 15:00 - 17:30, 2019

Dr. Akira Tsuchiyama (Professor, Division of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Graduate School of Science/Faculty of Science, Kyoto University)

15:00 ティータイム

15:15 2018年度MACS成果報告会

16:40 『～鉱物に耳をあてがう、地球と宇宙が聞こえる〜「はやぶさ」サンプルから聞こえてきたこと、「はやぶさ２」サンプルへの期待』土`山 明氏

The 7th MACS colloquium is supported by iTHEMS. It will be broadcasted to Wako, but if you can join the colloquium physically in Kyoto, that would be better. iTHEMS provides good confectionary at Kyoto!

Venue: Lecture room #401, Graduate School of Science Building No 6, Kyoto University

Event Official Language: Japanese

## Math Lecture

### Theory of Operator Algebras (8th)

March 5 at 14:00 - 15:00, 2019

Dr. Yosuke Kubota (Research Scientist, iTHEMS)

Title: An introduction to operator algebras

Abstract: Operators are linear maps from a (usually an infinite dimensional) linear space (most frequently the Hilbert space) to itself, which is like matrices of infinite degree. Operators form an algebra by obvious addition and multiplication. Operators appear in most of the fields in mathematics, in algebra, in geometry, in analysis, ... Some of the key words at the beginning of these lectures are "spectral theory" "operator algebras" "Tomita-Takesaki theory". These lectures are for non-professional people.

Venue: Seminar Room #160, 1F Main Research Building, RIKEN

Event Official Language: Japanese

## Math Lecture

### Theory of Operator Algebras (9th)

March 5 at 15:30 - 16:30, 2019

Dr. Yosuke Kubota (Research Scientist, iTHEMS)

Title: An introduction to operator algebras

Abstract: Operators are linear maps from a (usually an infinite dimensional) linear space (most frequently the Hilbert space) to itself, which is like matrices of infinite degree. Operators form an algebra by obvious addition and multiplication. Operators appear in most of the fields in mathematics, in algebra, in geometry, in analysis, ... Some of the key words at the beginning of these lectures are "spectral theory" "operator algebras" "Tomita-Takesaki theory". These lectures are for non-professional people.

Venue: Seminar Room #160, 1F Main Research Building, RIKEN

Event Official Language: Japanese

## Workshop

### Workshop of Nuclear-Astrophysics by UKAKUREN/Japan Forum of Nuclear Astrophysics (JaFNA): Nuclear data & Heavy Element Nucleosynthesis

March 6 - 8, 2019

We are pleased to announce that we will have a meeting on Nuclear-Astrophysics at Hokkaido Univ. Especially this time we will focus on the impact of nuclear data & nucleosynthesis of heavy elements. Gravitational wave is another keyword.

This workshop is held by UKAKUREN (JaFNA), together with Nuclear Reaction Data Centre, Hokkaido University (JCPRG). This workshop is supported by iTHEMS, CNS, RCNP, NAOJ, KEK, and WNSC.

You are welcomed to join us. For registration, please fill in the attached form (in Japanese) and send it to: sec-ukakuren18@kek.jp by 30th November 2018.

We are looking forward to seeing you at Hokkaido U.

Organizers

T. Kajino (Chair), T. Kawabata (Osaka), H. Utsunomiya (Konan), S. Nishimura (RIKEN), H. Yamaguchi (CNS), T.Hayakawa (QST), T.Motobayashi (RIKEN),

K.Terada(Osaka), S.Nagataki(RIKEN), S.Chiba(TIT), T.Tamagawa(RIKEN), W.Aoki(NAOJ), S.Wanajo(AEI), S.Kubono(RIKEN), T.Shima(RCNP)

Venue: Hokkaido University Conference Hall

Event Official Language: Japanese

## Colloquium

### ZetaValue2019-iTHEMS Special Mathematics Colloquium

March 21 at 14:00 - 17:30, 2019

Prof. Kohji Matsumoto (Nagoya University)

Prof. Jörn Steuding (University of Würzburg, Germany)

Venue: Okochi Hall, 1F Laser Science Laboratory, RIKEN

Event Official Language: English

## Workshop

### Value distribution of zeta and L-functions and related topics

March 22 - 27, 2019

March 22–26, 2019

Main Conference (invited talks, posters and a limited number of short contributed talks)

Welcome Reception: March 22, 2019 (18:00~20:00)

Conference Dinner: March 25, 2019 (18:30~21:00)

March 27, 2019 (9:30~17:00)

One-day Workshop (a series of short contributed talks by young researchers to facilitate active discussions)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Ade Irma Suriajaya (RIKEN)

Yoshinosuke Hirakawa (Keio University)

Masataka Ono (Kyushu University)

Shin-ichiro Seki (Tohoku University)

Keiju Sono (Ehime University)

Shingo Sugiyama (Nihon University)

Yuta Suzuki (Nagoya University)

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Tetsuo Hatsuda (RIKEN iTHEMS)

Kenichi Bannai (Keio University, RIKEN AIP Center)

Venue: Okochi Hall, 1F Laser Science Laboratory, RIKEN / Large Meeting Room, 2F Welfare and Conference Building (Cafeteria), RIKEN

Event Official Language: English

## School

### g-RIPS Sendai 2019

June 17 - August 9, 2019

GRIPS (Graduate-level Research in Industrial Projects for Students)-Sendai program was held last summer (June 18 - Aug. 10, 2018) with the support of iTHEMS as well as other institutions and companies. Two industrial projects were launched under the suggestion of TOYOTA and NEC, and two teams composed of US and Japanese students have worked intensively to find solutions of these problems. See for the details of the GRIPS program and the summary of activities at GRIPS-Sendai 2018.

This year, GRIPS-Sendai program will be held from June 17 through Aug. 9, 2019 with a larger scale under the support of iTHEMS. Stay tuned for further information.

Event Official Language: English

# Person of the Week

## Self-introduction: Hiroyasu Miyazaki

2019-01-17

Hello, everyone! My name is Hiroyasu Miyazaki. I am a mathematician. I mainly study algebraic varieties, which are geometric objects formed by the solutions of algebraic equations. To capture some essential information on algebraic varieties, it is useful to consider their group-theoretic incarnations, called (co)homology groups. Among the many versions of cohomologies, there is a universal one: the motive theory. It has been used to study common properties of cohomologies and their relationship. However, it has been observed that the motive theory loses some important arithmetic information of algebraic varieties. I am trying to overcome this problem by generalizing the motive theory.

I was a member of iTHES in 2017. After that, I stayed at IMJ-PRG in Paris for one year, and came back to iTHEMS. I am really glad to join you again, and looking forward to many exciting discussions!

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