Hokkaido University, Center of Education & Research for Topological Science & Technology

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International Symposium on "Topological Aspects of Critical Systems and Networks" (13-14 February, 2006)



The First International Conference on "Topological Science and Technology"(7-10 March, 2005)
"Topology in Ordered Phases (TOP2005)"



Symposium on Topology in Life Science "Latest Frontiers of Bioinstrumentation" (1 Oct, 2004)


International Symposium on "Topological Aspects of Critical Systems and Networks"


Scope

The complexity in the world around us results, in many cases, from finely balanced systems in a state known as criticality. This is the case for not only substantial but also insubstantial structures such as networks with no concept of distance. In order to reveal the universal features and formation mechanisms in such a wide range of complex structures, it is important to study their topology. The International Symposium on gTopological Aspects of Critical Systems and Networksh, sponsored by The 21st Century COE program "Topological Science and Technology", provides an interdisciplinary forum on the topological aspects of general networks and critical systems for physicists, chemists, biologists, mathematicians, medical scientists, social scientists, and other related researchers.

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"Topology in Ordered Phases (TOP2005)"

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Symposium on Topology in Life Science "Latest Frontiers of Bioinstrumentation"
(29th Enreiso Meeting)

Aims

“Topology in the life sciencesEproject aims to analyze the topological structures of various networks in biological tissues, and to elucidate the relationships between living tissue anomalies and topology. For this purpose, we are exploring new analytic and diagnostic methods utilizing two and three-dimensional images produced by bioinstrumentation through a topological approach. The purpose of this symposium is to share research results and application examples presented by researchers at the forefront of bioinstrumentation and to discuss the relevant matters including our topological ideas. We would like to host the symposium with the same candid atmosphere as in regular Enreiso meetings.

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