Annual Projects and News of KMRG

2017 April - 2018
March

Annual Projects

(* is the leader of the project):

1.
Research on the Arthur trace formula
and its applications.

By
Wakatsuki*, Oura, Hayakawa, Sugano, and
Takanobu.

2.
Research on the ideal boundary of a
weighted closed Riemannian manifold.

By Kasue*, Iwase, Kawagoe, Kawakami, Ushijima.

>Organize

RIMS Workshop gTrends
in Submanifold Theoryh (26-28, June, 2017, in
Kyoto)

>Co-organize

MSJ Geometry
Section "The
64 th Geometry Symposium" (28-31, August, 2017, in
Kanazawa)

gPDEs on
Manifoldsh (16-18, Nov., 2017, in Kanazawa)

3.
Interdisciplinary research and
mathematical modelling for fracture phenomenon.

By
Kimura*, Ikoma, Notsu, Ohtsuka, Pozar, (Wadade).

4.
Research on mathematical models for
the discontinuous interface phenomenon and its application to
industry.

By Omata*, Kimua,
Notsu.

5.
New developement of mathematical
study for problems in medicine.

By Kimura*,
Ikoma, Nakamura, Notsu,
Ohara, Ohtsuka, (Sato).

6.
New developments of the research on
quantum walk and combinatorics.

By
Ogurisu*, Kawagoe, Oura.

7.
New developments of the theories and
applications of integrable systems and special
functions.

By Nagoya*, Ito, Ohara.

8. Starting up
a new public seminar "Kanazawa Datascience Study
Group"

By Ohtsuka*,
Ohara, Omata, Kimura, Nakamura, Pozar.

2016 April - 2017
March

Annual
Projects

(* is the leader of the project):

1.
Research on the Arthur trace formula and
its applications.

By Wakatsuki*,
Oura, Hayakawa, Sugano, and Takanobu.

>Wakatsuki takes a sabbatical in the summer
semester.

>Organize

gKanazawa Number
Theory Mini-meeting 2016h (7-8, Dec., 2016, in
Kanazawa)

>Co-organize

gHokuriku Number
Theory Workshop 2016 h (25-26, Dec., 2016, in Kanazawa)

2.
Research on the ideal boundary of a
weighted closed Riemannian manifold.

ByKasue*, Iwase, Kawagoe, Kawakami, Ushijima.

>Co-organize

gPDEs on
Manifoldsh (17-19, Nov., 2016, in
Kanazawa)

gThe 3rd
Kanazawa-Yamaguchi joint research meeting for Mathematicsh (17-18, Dec., 2016, in Kanazawa)

3.
Interdisciplinary research and
mathematical modelling for fracture phenomenon.

By
Kimura*, Ikoma, Notsu, Ohtsuka, Pozar, (Wadade).

>Organize

gInternational Conference
CoMFoS16: Mathematical Analysis of Continuum Mechanics and Industrial
Applications IIh

(22-24, Oct., 2016, in
Fukuoka)

>Co-organize

gWorkshop on Theory and Practice of
Numerical Analysish

(21-22, Oct., 2017, in Ishikawa)

4.
Research on mathematical models for
the discontinuous interface phenomenon and its application to industry.

ByOmata*, Nakamura, Pozar.

>To develop collaboration with Fujitsu, PFU, YKK, etc.

5.
Analysis of mathematical model concerning
stem cells and cancers.

By
Kimura*, Ikoma, Nakamura, Notsu, Ohtsuka, (Sato).

>Cooperate to organize gMathematical Biology on stem cells and cancersh (24, Nov., 2016, in Kanazawa)

6.
New developments of the research on
quantum walk and combinatorics.

By Ogurisu*,
Kawagoe, Oura.

7.
New developments of the theories and
applications of integrable systems
and special functions.

By
Nagoya*, Ito, Ohara.

>Co-organize

gConformal Field Theory, Isomonodromic tau-functions and Painleve equationsh (21-25, Nov., 2016, in Kobe)

gComputer Algebra and
Related Topicsh (7-9, Dec., 2016,
in Kyoto)

g6th Workshop of gHamiltonian System and
Related Topicsh (8-10, Marh., 2017, in
Kyoto)

gRisa/Asir Conference 2017 h (28-30, March, 2017, in Kanazawa)

News:

(15 Sep. 2016)
Prof. Kawakami gave a talk invited by Complex Analysis Section in 2016
MSJ Autumn meeting (Osaka).
gGeometric interpretation of
value-distribution-theoretic property for the Gauss map of complete minimal
surfaces.h

(16 Sep. 2016) Prof. Ikoma won The MSJ Takebe Katahiro
Prizes (the Special Prize)
for Encouragement of Young Researchers
from the Mathematical Society of Japan.(The list of
winners)

(17 Dec. 2016) Prof. Wadade
won The 8th
Fukuhara Prize(2016) of Division of Functional
Equations of MSJ.

(26 March 2017) Prof. Pozar
gave a talk invited by Applied Mathematics Section in 2017
MSJ annual meeting (Tokyo).
gA level set approach to the crystalline mean
curvature flow.h

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