Kobe Studio Seminar (KSS in short) is the place where we have long discussions on several topics with the smallest possible number of participants. Past topics have come from many different fields of mathematics, computing and arts, such as:
Low-dimensional topology, differential geometry, complex analysis, algebraic geometry, number theory, category theory, computer sciences, symbolic computation, drawing, computer graphics, graphics, typography, music, sound construction, architecture, building construction, house planning, choreograph, cinematography, linguistics, contemporary art, classical art, and etc.
Place: Kobe University (No. 10 at the Campus Map, in front of "Shindai-Hattatsu-Kagakubu-Mae" bus stop) and other places (rarely).
For further information, please take a look at the following page.
KSS is organized by industry (Studio Phones) and academia (Division of Mathematics and Informatics), with 3 organizers (2 members of the division and 1 member of the company). For the Kobe Studio Seminar for Studies, we are supported by several external coordinators and supporters. For the special series for Studies with Renderman, we are supported by Pixar's RenderMan Team.