Applied Mathematics and Physics

Using Applied Mathematics and Physics to Seek Solutions to Problems in Engineering/
Natural Systems

In the highly advanced information society of today, we encounter various situations that involve modeling and analysis of complex and large-scale systems, their control, design, and operation.
In these situations, it is extremely important to uncover common mathematical structures shared by those problems which are seemingly unrelated, and to develop mathematical methods to solve them, in addition to acquiring specialized knowledge of individual disciplines such as information technology, electricity, mechanics, and chemistry.
From this viewpoint, the seven laboratories of the Course of Applied Mathematics and Physics undertake leading-edge research on applied mathematical analysis, discrete mathematics, system optimization, control systems theory, applied mathematical modeling (adjunct unit), physical statistics, and dynamical system theory.

Group and Teaching Staff

Applied Mathematical Analysis


Applied Mathematical Modeling (Adjunct Unit: Hitachi Ltd.)