Springing into Science: Upcoming Events at WPI-SKCM²

The WPI-SKCM² at Hiroshima University is proud to announce a series of engaging events designed to foster innovation, collaboration, and diversity within the scientific community, especially at the intersection of topology and chirality. Here’s a snapshot of what’s on the horizon:

Symposium to Promote Gender Balance and Diversity in Science (科学におけるジェンダーバランスと多様性の促進):

This pivotal symposium featuring keynote speaker, Helen Gleeson (University of Leeds) focuses on enhancing gender balance and diversity in the scientific realm. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogues, share insights, and explore strategies to promote equality within the scientific community.

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WPI-SKCM² Spring Symposium in Nara, Japan:

As the cherry blossoms bloom, the WPI-SKCM² Spring Symposium invites researchers, academics, and students to Nara, Japan, for an immersive experience in cutting-edge research in topology and chirality. Invited speakers include Drs. Zvonimir Dogic (UCSB), David Nelson (Harvard), and Yaroslav Tserkovnyak (UCLA). 

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WPI-SKCM² Networking Event (ネットワーキングイベント):

The purpose of this networking event is to bring together individuals from academia and diverse industries to expedite the process from research creation to societal implementation. The aim is to share information on results obtained from experiments, theory, and simulations of chiral knotted meta matter, deepening understanding of the high potential for social applications.

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We look forward to you joining us in these inspiring scientific events as we explore the vast potential of science and innovation.
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