Our new logo for Research and Development for Next-Generation Integrated Simulation of Living Matter was designed to express the goal of our project, analysis of the human body, by combining an abstracted image of a genome and the shape of the body. The small letter "i" in "ISLiM," the abbreviated version of the project,s name is also shaped like the body. The logo will be used widely in our future publications and Web pages.
It was the second event of the workshop, co-hosted by the Integrated Simulation of Living Matter program and the Advanced Computational Sciences Department at the Advanced Science Institute. As the promotion of the simulation of living matter requires collaborative efforts that involve wide-ranging research areas and methods, the workshop aims to offer opportunities for researchers from a variety of specialties to come together, present their findings and exchange ideas.
*Number of participants: 143
*Number of posters: 91
*Number of lecturers: 13