Hi-SFs 2018

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The 3rd Hiroshima International Symposium on Future Science

Date: 21-22 March 2018
Venue: Hiroshima International Plaza
    (3-3-1 Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima 739-0046 Japan)
Organizer: Shin-ichi Tate, Yuichi Togashi (Grad. Sch. Sci. & RcMcD, Hiroshima Univ.)

Keynote Speakers:
  Dr. Christopher K. E. Bleck (Director of NHLBI Electron Microscopy Core Facility, NIH, USA)
  Emer. Prof. Shin'ichi Ishiwata (Department of Physics, Waseda University, Japan)
  Prof. Hyun-Woo Rhee (Department of Chemistry, UNIST, Korea)

Registration: Free, On-site
Banquet (21 March): JPY 5,000 (JPY 3,500 for students)

  RcMcD Office    e-mail: rcmcd[at]hiroshima-u.ac.jp


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21 March (Wed.)
13:00 Opening Remark
13:10 Keynote Lecture I
Shin'ichi Ishiwata (Waseda Univ.)
Study of bio-motile systems by microscopic imaging and manipulation
14:00 Tomonobu Watanabe (RIKEN)
A new way to use scattering microscopy in biology
14:30 Masaru Ueno (Hiroshima Univ.)
Identification of factors affecting chromatin dynamics by live cell imaging and quantitative analysis in fission yeast
15:00 Break
15:15 Satoshi Tashiro (Hiroshima Univ.)
Nuclear topography of homologous recombinational repair
15:45 Masaki Shimamura (Hiroshima Univ.)
Sexual reproductive biology of bryophytes using bioimaging approaches
16:15 Naoaki Sakamoto (Hiroshima Univ.)
Bioimaging research for nuclear dynamics during sea urchin development
16:45 Break
16:55 Takeshi Itabashi (RIKEN)
Responses of the mitotic spindle to mechanical perturbations
17:25 Kazuko Okamoto (RIKEN)
Single molecular behavior of core transcription factors in pluripotent stem cells
18:00 Banquet (Hiroshima Plaza Restaurant)
22 March (Thu.)
09:00 Keynote Lecture II
Christopher Bleck (National Institutes of Health, USA)
“Seeing is believing … Seeing is understanding”
Exploring the third dimension: Volume electron microscopy of biological specimens
09:50 Atsuko Iwane (RIKEN)
3D-microstrutural visualization of the simplest eukaryotic cell during mitosis process using several new advanced microscopic techniques
10:20 Break
10:30 Kiminori Toyooka (RIKEN)
Development of rapid and accurate correlative light and electron microscopy for fluorescence-labeled organelles using FE-SEM
11:00 Keisuke Ohta (Kurume Univ.)
Uncoupling induces fission independent transformation of mitochondria from tubular to a globular form by live imaging combined 3D-CLEM
11:30 Akinori Awazu (Hiroshima Univ.)
Chromatin segregation induced by nucleus envelope dynamical deformities
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Shuichi Ohnami (RIKEN)
Imaging data-driven modeling of animal development
14:00 Shin-ichi Tate (Hiroshima Univ.)
Chromatin structure & dynamics in fission yeast
14:30 Break
14:45 Soya Shinkai (RIKEN)
Mathematical modeling of chromatin dynamics and 3D organization
15:15 Yuichi Togashi (Hiroshima Univ.)
Modeling of intracellular processes considering the state and shape of molecules
15:45 Closing Remark
16:00 RIKEN Facility Tour