International Meeting on “High-Dimensional Data-Driven Science” (HD3-2017)

Registration and Call for Posters:

Registration form
(Sorry, BANQUET registration is closed because there is no more place available, but CONFERENCE registration is welcome.)

Poster presentation application form is closed.
(Application deadline: 17 August, 2017 24 August, 2017)


Click here for PROGRAM TABLE.

[Registration/Oral Presentation]

Room: 5F Banquet A (京極, Kyogoku), Mielparque Kyoto
Click here for DETAILED PROGRAM.

[Poster Presentation]

Room: 7F Studio 1 (オリオン, Orion), Mielparque Kyoto
Click here for POSTER LIST.


Place: Kyoto Kurochiku Honten Tensho-kan (京都くろちく本店・天正館)
Fee: 8,000 JPY (Please pay by cash at the registration desk)


In the Big Data era, high-dimensional data-driven science (HD3 Science) has attracted considerable attention. In natural science, highly advanced experimental and measurement technologies yield high-dimensional data intractable for conventional analyses based on researchers’ intuition. However, recent progress in information science provides a variety of methodologies through which the problems of high-dimensional data are addressed. The scientific principle of HD3 Science is to establish a universal modeling platform where the motivation of natural science is smoothly conveyed with high-dimensional data to information science. The previous meeting for HD3-2015 focused on “sparse modeling” as a principal component of the platform and its wide application to nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in chemistry, magnetic resonance imaging in medicine, and astronomical interferometry in astronomy.

The scope of this HD3-2017 meeting is the latest development and future perspective of HD3 Science. Sparse modeling is effective for extracting explanatory variables and interactions from complex systems and has broadened its horizons to include planetary, geo, and life sciences. In addition to experimental science, computational science, such as molecular dynamics in life science, ab initio calculation in material science, and computational fluid dynamics, may provide another testing ground for HD3 Science. Hierarchical modeling technologies will be essential for relating experimental and computational high-dimensional data to reveal multiscale phenomena. HD3-2017 offers a forum where diverse viewpoints are brought together to strongly promote HD3 Science.


September 10th – 13th, 2017.
(POSTER SESSION and BANQUET are scheduled for Sep. 12th.)



Mielparque Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
Google Map is here


Kyoto Kurochiku Honten Tensho-kan (京都くろちく本店・天正館)
Google Map is here


The conference venue is 1 minute walk to the east from Karasuma Exit of JR Kyoto station.
In the following please find the access from airports to the station.

[Kansai International Airport]
[Osaka(Itami) Airport]


[Invited Speakers]

  • • Jukka Corander (University of Oslo, Norway)
  • • Phil R. Cummins (Australian National University, Australia)
  • • Michael Feig (Michigan State University, USA)
  • • Michael Garwood (University of Minnesota, USA)
  • • Alexander K. Hartmann (University of Oldenburg, Germany)
  • • Tatsuro Kawamoto (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)
  • • Florent Krzakala (ENS École Normale Supérieure, France)
  • • Tomoko Matsuo (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)
  • • Reid Parsons (Fitchburg State University, USA)
  • • Iva Pritisanac (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)
  • • Samuel S. Schoenholz (Google, USA)
  • • Isseki Yu (RIKEN, Japan)

[Speakers from the Innovative Area]

  • • Shotaro Akaho (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)
  • • Ichiro Akai (Kumamoto University, Japan)
  • • Issei Fujishiro (Keio University, Japan)
  • • Kenji Fukumizu (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Japan)
  • • Takane Hori (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan)
  • • Yasuhiko Igarashi (National Institute for Materials Science, Japan)
  • • Takuma Kasai (RIKEN, Japan)
  • • Takashi Misaka (Tohoku University, Japan)
  • • Hideaki Miyamoto (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • • Yoshinori Nakanishi-Ohno (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • • Masayuki Ohzeki (Tohoku University, Japan)
  • • Yonghao Yue (The University of Tokyo, Japan)


[HD3-2017 Organizing Committee Members]

  • • Koji Hukushima (The University of Tokyo) (General Chair)
  • • Yoshiyuki Kabashima (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
  • • Kenji Nagata (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
  • • Yoshinori Nakanishi-Ohno (The University of Tokyo)
  • • Masayuki Ohzeki (Tohoku University)
  • • Masato Okada (The University of Tokyo) (Head Investigator of the Innovative Area)
  • • Tomohisa Okada (Kyoto University)
  • • Yonghao Yue (The University of Tokyo)

[HD3-2017 Program Committee Members]

  • • Shotaro Akaho (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
  • • Koji Hukushima (The University of Tokyo)
  • • Yoshiyuki Kabashima (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
  • • Takuma Kasai (RIKEN)
  • • Tatsu Kuwatani (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
  • • Yoshinori Nakanishi-Ohno (The University of Tokyo)



Graint-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas “Initiative for High-Dimensional Data-Driven Science through Deepening of Sparse Modeling”