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IMI Colloquium


A lecture meeting called the “IMI Colloquium” is held every second Wednesday of the month at the Institute of Mathematics for Industry to promote mathematics-related collaboration and research exchanges with industry. The IMI Colloquium enables representatives of industry to interact with researchers active in advanced mathematical research and to ask them about case studies and results of collaborative research in mathematics. It also enables industry representatives to make proposals about the direction of mathematics research and the training of company personnel involved in mathematics. In this way, the IMI Colloquium serves as a forum for presenting diverse viewpoints on the role of mathematics as a technology supporting society and for deepening exchanges through discussions.

Title Speaker Event Date
Optimization of cell suppression process on tabular data and algorithmic matching attack Kazuhiro Minami (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics) 2022-07-13~2022-07-13
Cryptography Implementation and Mathematics Shigeo Mitsunari (Cybozu Labs, Inc.) 2022-06-08~2022-06-08
Research examples using official statistics micro data Isao TAKABE(Faculty of Data Science, Rissho University) 2022-05-11~2022-05-11
Let's discover the connection between brain and mathematics. Tsuyoshi OKAMOTO (Faculty of Arts and Science, Kyushu University) 2022-04-13~2022-04-13
Activities for secure information utilization Hisayoshi Sato, Keisei Fujiwara (Hitachi, Ltd. Research & Development Group) 2022-02-02~2022-02-02
Financial markets through statistical modeling Yoko Tanokura (Graduate School of Advanced Mathematical Sciences, Meiji University) 2022-01-19~2022-01-19
On the learning coefficients in learning theory Miki Aoyagi (College of Science and Technology, Nihon University) 2021-12-21~2021-12-21
Survival Analysis in Clinical Trial Study Takumi Imamura (Shionogi & Co., Ltd.) 2021-11-10~2021-11-10
Some Thoughts about Active Research Teams Kenichi Bannai (Keio University/RIKEN) 2021-10-13~2021-10-13
Solder shape prediction Hiroshi Ogawa (DENSO CORPORATION) 2021-07-14~2021-07-14