Date: Nov. 8 (Fri), 9 (Sat), 2019
Place：Komaba campus of University of Tokyo, Komaba, Tokyo
The following workshops will be held for students, researchers, and professors to understand the talks in our symposium more deeply, and to present learning opportunities on the theory and methods at the heart of demographic study. These workshops will be held regularly (twice a year). You can learn the contents, step-by-step, from elementary to advanced courses.
Number restriction: Maximum of 20 participants in each course (on a first-come-first-served basis)
Date: Nov. 8 (Fri)
Place：Komaba International Building for Education and Research (KIBER) 213, 314
COURCE 1: ”Theories of population biology in matrix models” (elementary); From life tables to age-structured models） Kinya Nishimura（Hokkaido University）
9:30－18:00 at KIBER No, 314
Note：For 3rd and 4th grade of undergraduates, Master course students. Beginners and anyone who wants to learn the theories are welcome.
COURCE 3: ”Theories of population biology in matrix models” (advanced); Statistics and stage-structured models）Tak Takada（Hokkaido University）
9:30－18:00 at KIBER No.213
Note: Master course students and higher. For people who want to use models and understand related academic papers. Attending workshop 1 in advance is recommended.
Date: Nov. 9 (Sat) 10:00－16:30 + Grabbing-beer party
Place： 21 KOMCEE west, B1F（in Komaba campus）（Registration is not required））
Demography is a wide academic field that studies plants and animals including human. This symposium is organized as a kind of salon not only to present the new theories, methods and topics but also to learn the basic theories and methods.
Speakers and titles:
1. Takenori Takada (Hokkaido University) Introduction: Evolutionary significance of semelparity
2. Ryuichi Kaneko (Meiji University) TBA
3. Ryo Oizumi (National Institute of Population and Social Security Research) Sensitivity Analysis for Depopulation in Japan ~Influence of Region-Specific Fertility and Internal Migration~
4. Hayato Iijima (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute) Estimation of abundance and carrying capacity of sika deer by integrated population model
5. Kentaro Morita (Hokkaido National Fisheries Research Institute) Life history diversity and population process of salmonid fish.
6. Yuuya Tachiki (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Eco-evolutionary dynamics on alternative life-history tactics
7. Richard Shefferson (University of Tokyo) “Global Spatiotemporal Patterns in the Demography of Herbaceous Perennials (temporal)”