MSJ Seasonal Institute (MSJSI)
In 2006, MSJ has reformed and expanded the scope of MSJIRI, which had been held annually since 1993, and developed a new series of workshops: MSJSeasonal Institutes. The first MSJSI workshop was held in July, 2008. Each year, the topic of the workshop is chosen by MSJ and leading mathematicians from all over the world are invited accordingly. We especially emphasize the importance of interaction with Asian mathematicians and invite promising young Asian students.
The scientific committee of MSJ is responsible for MSJSI. For more information, visit the website of the committee.
The 12th MSJSI "Stochastic Analysis, Random Fields and Integrable Probability"
The 12th MSJSJ was held during the period July 31August 9, 2019 at Kyushu University.
The 11th MSJSI "The Role of Metrics in the Theory of Partial Differential Equations"
The 11th MSJSI was held during the period July 213, 2018, at Hokkaido University.
The 10th MSJSI "Iwasawa 2017"
The 10th MSJSI was held during the period July 1928, 2017, at Univ. of Tokyo.
The 9th MSJSI "Operator Algebras and Mathematical Physics"
The 9th MSJSI was held during the period August 112, 2016, at Tohoku University.
The 8th MSJSI "Current Trends on Gröbner Bases The 50th Anniversary of Gröbner Bases"
The 8th MSJSI was held during the period July 110, 2015, at Hotel Nikko Osaka.
The 7th MSJSI "Hyperbolic Geometry and Geometric Group Theory"
The 7th MSJSI was held during the period July 30August 5, 2014, at Univ. of Tokyo.
The 6rg MSJSI "Development of Moduli Theory"
The 6th MSJSI was held during the period June 1114, June 1721, 2013, at RIMS, Kyoto Univ.
The 5th MSJSI "Schubert calculus"
The 5th MSJSI was held during the period July 1727, 2012 at Okasa City University.
The 4th MSJSI "Nonlinear Dynamics in Partial Differential Equations"(Kyushu Univ., September 1221, 2011)

The 3rd MSJSI "Development of GaloisTeichmüller Theory and Anabelian Geometry"(Kyoto Univ., October 2530, 2010)
The 2nd MSJSI "Arrangements of Hyperplanes"(Hokkaido Univ., August 113, 2009)
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The 1st MSJSI "Probabilistic Approach to Geometry"(Kyoto University, July 28August 8, 2008)

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Shigeki Aida 
Terry J. Lyons 
Cédric Villani 
Laurent SaloffCoste 
Yann Olliver 