Japan Society
for the Promotion
of Sciences

Department of Science and Technology
India 
Graduate School of Mathematical
Sciences The University of
Tokyo

Indian Statistical Institute 
JSPSDST Asian Academic Seminar 2013
Discrete
Mathematics & its Applications
Sunday November 3  Sunday November 10, 2013
Lecture Hall Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences the University of Tokyo 381, Komaba, Meguroku Tokyo 1538914, Japan 
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Principal coordinators: Prof. Motoko Kotani (Advanced Institute for Materials Research (AIMR) at Tohoku University, Japan) Prof. Bimal K. Roy (Indian Statistical Institute, India) 
JSPSDST Asian Academic Seminar provides young
researchers of Asian
countries (including Japan) opportunities to undergo intensive training
in areas of the latest academic research. The aim is to contribute to
the fostering of young researchers and to raise the standard of
research in Asian countries.
JSPSDST Asian Academic Seminar 2013 "Discrete Mathematics &
its
Applications" will be held at the Graduate School of Mathematical
Sciences, the University of Tokyo,
381, Komaba, Meguroku, Tokyo 1538914, Japan, from Sunday November 3
to Sunday November 10, 2013,
in collaboration with Japan Society for the Promotion of Science(JSPS),
Department of Science and Technology, India (DST), Indian
Statistical Institute
and the University of Tokyo.
The Leading Graduate Course for Frontiers of Mathematical Sciences and
Physics
at the University of Tokyo and the
Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences of the University of Tokyo
host this seminar.
The topics of this seminar will cover wide aspects of recent advances
in the theory of discrete mathematics as well as its applications.
Lectures will be given by leading mathematicians in the related fields.
In addition, there will be workshop sessions on several topics for
presentation and discussion by young scientists.
The
participants lodge at APA Hotel <ShibuyaDougenzakaue>,
Maruyamacho 201, Shibuyaku,
Tokyo 1500044, Japan,
which is at 10 minutes walk from the conference site so that they can
develope the idea without interruption during the seminar
week.
By the discussion during
the seminar, the participants will
find new directions of
research based on common understanding of the object.
About 50 young participants from Asian countries will be
invited to this year seminar. JSPS (Japan Society for Promotion of
Science) will support their staying expenses and their domestic travel.
DST (Department of Science and Technology) of India will support the
international travel for participants from India.
We strongly encourage doctoral students and young
researchers from Asian countries to participate in this
seminar.
Those who intend to participate in JSPSDST Asia Academic Seminar 2013 "Discrete Mathematics & its Applications", please download the application guidelines from the download links below and follow the instructions.
Application guidelines（Japanese participants）Call for proposals to the next year bilateral programs for joint research and seminars with India (DST: Department of Science and Technology) is posted on the website:
http://www.jsps.go.jp/jbilat/semina/shinsei_bosyu.html
Supported
by Department of Science and Technology, India; Asia Academic Seminar, Japan Society for Promotion of Science 


