Advanced Mathematical Sciences

Mathematical Modeling and
Analysis of Phenomena
─ In Pursuit of Introduction of Science and Engineering ─

The essence of science is to derive principles from observations, t hereby revealing the simple structures that underlie what appear to be complex phenomena.
Mathematical sciences, in particular, use mathematical approaches to investigate “ma thematical models”, w hich are derived through experimentation.
The modern frontier of mathematical sciences considers various new mathematical models, including those for biological and social phenomena, in addition to more traditional models in natural sciences. These models are investigated through analytical approaches as well as numerical simulations in order to understand the phenomena.
The knowledge thus obtained is employed to develop innovative technologies or to predict future developments, and new methodologies are devised for deeper understanding of phenomena.
In its research and educational activities, our course pays particular attention to large-scale and/or highly non-linear complex phenomena.
Particularly in education, we aim at providing students with both scientific perspectives, which help them to understand principles, and engineering perspectives which are useful in solving real problems in manufacturing.
This two-pronged approach gives students comprehensive overviews on both science and engineering in mathematical sciences.

Group and Teaching Staff

Nonlinear Physics (Nonlinear Dynamics and Computational Statistical Physics)


Nonlinear Physics (Non-equilibrium Physics and Theoretical Neuroscience)


Computational Mechanics

Statistical Signal Processing