iTHEMS集中講義-Evolution of Cooperation

特別講演会

iTHEMS集中講義-Evolution of Cooperation

iTHEMS Intensive Course [5] : "Adaptive strategies of organisms, their mathematical bases" - Evolution of cooperation

2020年6月26日13:30 - 15:00

巌佐 庸 (数理創造プログラム 特別顧問 / 関西学院大学 教授)

Living systems exhibit features distinct from nonliving physical systems: their structure and behaviors appear to be chosen adaptive. They are the outcomes of evolution. Mathematical formalisms developed in engineering and social sciences (e.g. control theory, game theory, evolutionary game theory) are sometimes very useful in biology.

会場: via Zoom

イベント公式言語: 英語

特別講演会

iTHEMS集中講義-Evolution of Cooperation

iTHEMS Intensive Course [3] : "Adaptive strategies of organisms, their mathematical bases" - Masting, synchronized reproduction of trees: Coupled chaotic system

2020年6月25日13:30 - 14:30

巌佐 庸 (数理創造プログラム 特別顧問 / 関西学院大学 教授)

Living systems exhibit features distinct from nonliving physical systems: their structure and behaviors appear to be chosen adaptive. They are the outcomes of evolution. Mathematical formalisms developed in engineering and social sciences (e.g. control theory, game theory, evolutionary game theory) are sometimes very useful in biology.

会場: via Zoom

イベント公式言語: 英語

特別講演会

iTHEMS集中講義-Evolution of Cooperation

iTHEMS Intensive Course [2] : "Adaptive strategies of organisms, their mathematical bases" - Dynamic optimization models for growth and reproduction

2020年6月19日13:30 - 15:00

巌佐 庸 (数理創造プログラム 特別顧問 / 関西学院大学 教授)

Living systems exhibit features distinct from nonliving physical systems: their structure and behaviors appear to be chosen adaptive. They are the outcomes of evolution. Mathematical formalisms developed in engineering and social sciences (e.g. control theory, game theory, evolutionary game theory) are sometimes very useful in biology.

会場: via Zoom

イベント公式言語: 英語

特別講演会

iTHEMS集中講義-Evolution of Cooperation

iTHEMS Intensive Course [1] : "Adaptive strategies of organisms, their mathematical bases" - Sex expression and sex allocation of marine organisms

2020年6月18日13:30 - 15:00

巌佐 庸 (数理創造プログラム 特別顧問 / 関西学院大学 教授)

Living systems exhibit features distinct from nonliving physical systems: their structure and behaviors appear to be chosen adaptive. They are the outcomes of evolution. Mathematical formalisms developed in engineering and social sciences (e.g. control theory, game theory, evolutionary game theory) are sometimes very useful in biology.

会場: via Zoom

イベント公式言語: 英語