Kyoto University Applied Mathematics Seminar (KUAMS)

In the Department of Mathematics at Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, we hold a seminar once in a month, inviting a broad spectrum of lecturers working in various fields of mathematics and fields that connect or are expected to connect in the future to applications of mathematics. We prepare a wide range of inspiring topics carrying the features of applied mathematics and we gladly welcome the participation not only of mathematicians but also of those who do research in fields related to mathematics and feel interested.

 

Upcoming seminars

 

No. 62:   July 30, 2019 (Tue) 15:00-18:00

15:00 - 16:30
Dr. Jordan Hauge (Kyoto University)
"A new transform approach to the complex Helmholtz equation"

Abstract: The complex Helmholtz operator is a ubiquitous operator that arises in multiple fields, ranging from thermal conductivity measurement to electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Motivated by the absence of analytical tools used to solve the complex Helmholtz equation in non-separable domains, we present a new transform approach to solve the complex Helmholtz equation in convex polygonal domains. We use the approach to obtain new analytical solutions related to electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, and the 3\omega method. [Joint work with Prof. Darren Crowdy]

16:30 - 18:00
Dr. Hiroshi Takeuchi (Chubu University)
"Persistence analysis of sampled maps"

Takeuchi_san Abstract: This talk will be given in Japanese.