Program schedule

March 29 (Wed.), 2017
9:00-9:10 Welcoming Remarks
9:10-10:10 Special lecture 1
by Hiroaki Kitano(President & CEO, Director of Research of Sony Computer ScienceLaboratories, Inc., / Group Director of RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences)
10:10-10:50 Oral presentation 1 (two presenters)
1-1)Daigo Miyajima, RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science
Ultra-high Speed Film Actuator Based on Carbon Nitride Polymer
1-2)Yukako Komaki, Stanford University
Characterize the formation of volatile disinfection byproducts and chlorinated tyrosine during fresh produce washing
10:50-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-12:05 Flash-talks
12:05-12:25 Photo time
12:25-13:25 Lunch
13:25-15:25 Poster presentation
15:25-16:25 Special lecture 2
by Akihiko Nakano (Team Leader of Live Cell Super-Resolution Imaging Research Team, RIKENCenter for Advanced Photonics) “Development of high-speed live imaging microscopy with super-resolution: new horizonsemerging in life sciences”
16:25-16:45 Coffee Break
16:45-17:55 Group discussion (Involvement of research in society)
18:00-20:00 Social gathering


March 30 (Thu.), 2017
9:00-9:40 Lectures by RIKEN-based Chief Investigators:
by Tomokatsu Ikawa(Senior Scientist of Young Chief Investigator Program, RIKEN Center forIntegrative Medical Sciences) A challenge as a young chief investigator in IMS
by Akiko Minoda(Unit Leader of Epigenome Technology Exploration Unit, Omics ApplicationTechnology Group, RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies) Researching at RIKEN
9:40-10:50 Oral presentation 2 (three presenters)
2-1)Kohei Fujita, RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science
Urban earthquake simulation using full K computer
2-2)Kentaro Hara, Texas A&M University
Plasma Dynamics of Electric Propulsion for In-Space Missions
2-3)Hayato Shimabukuro, L’Observatoire de Paris
Application of artificial neural network to cosmological 21cm signal
10:50-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-12:15 Oral presentation 3 (three presenters)
3-1)Atsushi Ueno, Westfalische Universtat Munster, Organisch Chemisches Institut
Synthesis of 2-Aryloxy Butenoates by Copper-Catalysed Allylic C-H Carboxylation of Allyl Aryl Ethers with Carbon Dioxide
3-2)Philipp Cromm, Yale University
Small Molecule Induced Protein Degradation as an Novel Therapeutic Strategy
3-3)Isao Kii, RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies
Selective inhibition of the kinase DYRK1A by targeting its folding process
12:15-13:15 Lunch
13:15-15:45 Oral presentation 4 (seven presenters)
4-1)Takayuki Nojima, University of Oxford
Catching mammalian RNA polymerase II in act
4-2)Bin Wu, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Translation Dynamics of Single mRNAs in Live Cells
4-3)Nozomu Yachie, The University of Tokyo
DNA barcode technologies to accelerate measurement of molecular and cellular
dynamics
4-4)Takashi Ochi, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
A proto-filament superfamily evolutionally linking centrosomal functions and double
strand-break repair
4-5)Motoyuki Hattori, Fudan University
ATP-dependent gating modulation of the Mg2+ channel MgtE for Mg2+ homeostasis
4-6)Shigeki Watanabe, Johns Hopkins University
Ultrafast membrane trafficking at synapses
4-7)Shin-ichi Kano, Johns Hopkins University
Influence of immune-brain communication on brain function and behavior: role for immune cell-derived extracellular vesicles
15:45-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:00 Special lecture 3
by Takuzo Aida (Deputy Director of RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science)
17:00-17:25 Summary of Group Discussion
17:25~17:35 Closing Remarks


Abstracts
1-1)Daigo Miyajima, RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science
Ultra-high Speed Film Actuator Based on Carbon Nitride Polymer

1-2)Yukako Komaki, Stanford University
Characterize the formation of volatile disinfection byproducts and chlorinated tyrosine during fresh produce washing

2-1)Kohei Fujita, RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science
Urban earthquake simulation using full K computer

2-2)Kentaro Hara, Texas A&M University
Plasma Dynamics of Electric Propulsion for In-Space Missions

2-3)Hayato Shimabukuro, L’Observatoire de Paris
Application of artificial neural network to cosmological 21cm signal

3-1)Atsushi Ueno, Westfalische Universtat Munster, Organisch Chemisches Institut
Synthesis of 2-Aryloxy Butenoates by Copper-Catalysed Allylic C-H Carboxylation of Allyl Aryl Ethers with Carbon Dioxide

3-2)Philipp Cromm, Yale University
Small Molecule Induced Protein Degradation as an Novel Therapeutic Strategy

3-3)Isao Kii, RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies
Selective inhibition of the kinase DYRK1A by targeting its folding process

4-1)Takayuki Nojima, University of Oxford
Catching mammalian RNA polymerase II in act

4-2)Bin Wu, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Translation Dynamics of Single mRNAs in Live Cells

4-3)Nozomu Yachie, The University of Tokyo
DNA barcode technologies to accelerate measurement of molecular and cellular dynamics

4-4)Takashi Ochi, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
A proto-filament superfamily evolutionally linking centrosomal functions and double strand-break repair

4-5)Motoyuki Hattori, Fudan University
ATP-dependent gating modulation of the Mg2+ channel MgtE for Mg2+ homeostasis

4-6)Shigeki Watanabe, Johns Hopkins University
Ultrafast membrane trafficking at synapses

4-7)Shin-ichi Kano, Johns Hopkins University
Influence of immune-brain communication on brain function and behavior: role for immune cell-derived extracellular vesicles


Poster presentation & Flash-talks
Takayuki Muranushi, RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science
Formura: a domain-specific programming language for code-generation and autotuning of stencil computation

Keisuke Sawada, RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science
Fast and highly-efficient quantum chemical calculations using pseudospectral methods

Bo Thomsen, RIKEN
Elucidating the Hydration Structure of Nylon-6 using Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Anharmonic Vibrational Calculations

Koji Nishiguchi, RIKEN
Development of numerical method for vehicular structure dynamics for large-scale parallel simulations

Sachiho Adachi, RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science
Regional climate projection under the global climate change from perspective of scientific validity and application

Yoshifumi Nakamura, RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science
QCD phase diagram at zero and small chemical potential

Guo Zijin, RIKEN
Japanese traditional soy sauce alleviated allergy responses by suppressing differentiation of mucosal mast cell.

Akihiro Mori, RIKEN, Quantitative Biology Center Current address: University of Massachusetts, Medical School
Metabolites' maternal effect on the initiation of maternal-to-zygotic transition in C. elegans

Tracy A. Bedrosian, Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Early life experience drives somatic mosaicism of the mouse brain

Yasutaka Motomura, RIKEN
Role of group 2 innate lymphoid cells in IL-4-mediated immune responses

Emiko Uchikawa, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
Structural study of viral RNA detection by Rig-I-like helicases in innate immune system

Kim Phuong Huynh Nhat, RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies
Genetically-encoded antibody-based biosensors for detection of antigens

Takeshi Harayama, University of Geneva
Nearly complete, clone isolation-free CRISPR/Cas9-editing reveals novel functions of lipid-metabolizing enzymes

Takayuki Kawai, RIKEN Japan Science and Technology Agency
Single Cell Omics Research by Capillary Electrophoresis Coupled with Mass Spectrometry (CE-MS)

Koshi Imami, Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine
Defining ''ribosome heterogeneity'' by quantitative proteomics

Yasutaka Kakui, The Francis Crick Institute
Dissecting mitotic chromosome condensation by high throughput DNA sequencing

Towfique Raj, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount?Sinai Hospital, New York
Genetics of Gene Expression and its effect on disease

BOGUMIL KACZKOWSKI, RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies
Biomarkers and epigenetic drivers across multiple cancer types

Motoshi Hayano, Keio University/Harvard Medical School
DO EPIGENETIC CHANGES CAUSE AGING IN MAMMALS?

Maxime Hebrard, IMS, RIKEN Yokohama, Japan
The iCLiKVAL 3D Project