International Workshops: “Multi-scale Biological Plasticity” (Jan 8th) and “Information Physics in Living Systems” (Jan 9th)

Dear all,
I would like to inform you about two international workshops that will be held at the beginning of this January.
In conjunction with the annual meeting of Quantitative Biology Japan to be held at the Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo on January 6th and 7th, 2024,
we have organized the following workshops with the support of JST CREST and the Research Project “Information Physics”, respectively.
These events are part of Q-bio Days 2024, and are intended to enhance connections between researchers and students both in Japan and internationally.
We would be delighted if you could attend.
Please note that these international workshops require registration, which can be done via the website.
You can register for both workshops from either of their web pages.
Also, please be aware that the registration for these workshops is separate from the registration for the annual meeting of Quantitative Biology Japan.
【Workshop 1: International Workshop on Multi-scale Biological Plasticity】
* Date & location: 8th/Jan@Convention hall, IIS (Komaba II campus), UTokyo
* HP:
* Speakers:
Ala Trusina (Niels Bohr Institute)
Marco Cosentino Lagomarsino (IFOM) (online)
Tiejun Li (Peking University)
Thomas Gregor (Institut Pasteur)
Julia Bos (Institut Pasteur)
Koseki Kobayashi-Kirschvink (Broad Institute)
Yusuke Mii (National Institute for Basic Biology)
Jumpei Yamagishi (University of Tokyo)
Satoshi Sawai (University of Tokyo)
Yuichi Wakamoto (University of Tokyo)
* Supported by JST CREST program (Multicellular Interaction) and others
【Workshop2: Information Physics of Living Systems】
* Date & location: 9th/Jan@Convention hall, IIS (Komaba II campus), UTokyo
* HP:
* Speakers:
Yaron E Antebi (Department of Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute of Science)
Thierry Emonet (Yale University)
Jean-Baptist Masson (Pasteur Institute)
Tatyana Sharpee (Salk Institute)
Olivier Pertz (University of Bern)
Yumi Konagaya (CDB, RIKEN)
Kazuhiro Aoki (National Institute for Basic Biology(NIBB), Japan)
Yuki Tsukada (Keio University)
Tetsuya J. Kobayashi (University of Tokyo)
* Supported by SHINGAKUJYUTSU project of “Information physics of living matters” and others.