Kyoto University Applied Mathematics Seminar (KUAMS)

 

Records of past seminars: year 2020

 

 

No. 69:   January 14, 2020 (Tue) 16:30-18:00


Dr. Yusuke Imoto (Kyoto University)
"Gene regulatory network estimation based on topological data analysis and statistical causal discovery"

Imoto_sanAbstract: This talk was given in Japanese with slides in English.









 

No. 70:   April 28, 2020 (Tue) 16:30-18:00


Dr. Kenta Ishimoto (RIMS)
"Spiral staircases of bacterial hydrodynamics"

Ishimoto_sanAbstract: This talk was given in Japanese with slides in English.









 

Joint seminar:   May 21, 2020 (Thu) 16:30-18:00


Prof. Yasumasa Nishiura (Professor Emeritus, Hokkaido University)
"Bridging microscopic inhomogeneity to macroscopic performance for amorphous materials"

Abstract: This talk will be given in Japanese.

Note: This seminar was jointly organized with HMMC (Hokudai Mathematical Modeling Club) seminar. The talk took place in the form of an online Zoom meeting for involved members only, as a trial towards dealing with the COVID-19 situation.

 

No. 71:   May 26, 2020 (Tue) 16:30-18:00


Dr. Emerson G. Escolar (RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project / Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study)
"Mapping firms’ locations in technological space: a topological analysis of patent statistics"

Escolar_sanAbstract: This talk was given in Japanese with slides in English.

Note: This talk took place in the form of an online Zoom meeting for involved members only, as a trial towards dealing with the COVID-19 situation.








 

No. 72:   June 16, 2020 (Tue) 16:30-18:00


Dr. Shunsuke Kobayashi (Kyoto University)
"On a model of paper smoldering and its instability analysis"

Kobayashi_sanAbstract: This talk was given in Japanese with slides in English.

Note: This seminar took place in the form of an online Zoom meeting for involved members only, as a trial towards dealing with the COVID-19 situation.








 

No. 73:   July 28, 2020 (Tue) 16:30-18:00


Dr. Hideki Murakawa (Ryukoku University)
"Mathematics of cell-cell adhesion: modeling, numerical analysis and applications"

Murakawa_sanAbstract: This talk will be given in Japanese with slides in English.

Note: This talk will take place in the form of an online Zoom meeting for involved members only, as a trial towards dealing with the COVID-19 situation.





 

No. 74:   August 18, 2020 (Tue) 15:00-17:00


This seminar was given in Japanese.



 

No. 75:   September 12, 2020 (Sat) 16:30-18:00


Prof. Koji Ohkitani (School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sheffield)
"On self-similar solutions to fluid dynamical equations"

Abstract: This talk was given in Japanese.

Note: This talk will take place in the form of an online Zoom meeting for involved members only.



 

No. 76:   October 6, 2020 (Tue) 16:30-18:00


Miroslav Kolar (Czech Technical University)
"On discrete dislocation dynamics modeling by means of mathematical theory of moving curves"

Kolar_sanAbstract: In this talk, we present the fundamentals of deformation microstructures in crystalline solids in microscopic scale. In this scale, the irregularities in the crystal structure are called dislocatons and under certain circumstances, they can evolve in their respective slip planes.It is believed that proper understanding of dislocations effects is the key to understanding the crystal plasticity. Such motion can be approximated by evolution of curves driven by the curvature and external forces. In the talk we focus on several key fundamental mechanisms of the dynamics of discrete dislocation curves in our model and also on the mathematical and the numerical modeling point of view.

Note: This talk took place in the form of an online Zoom meeting for involved members only, as a trial towards dealing with the COVID-19 situation. Moreover, this seminar was a continuation of the talk at Meiji Nonlinear Math Seminar. See this link for more details.



 

No. 77:   November 10, 2020 (Tue) 16:30-18:00


Dr. Toshiaki Yachimura (Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology, Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study)
"On the local solvability of a two-phase overdetermined problem of Serrin-type and its numerical computation"

Yachimura_sanAbstract: This talk will be given in Japanese.

Note: This talk will take place in the form of an online Zoom meeting for involved members only.






 

No. 78:   November 17, 2020 (Tue) 16:30-18:00


Dr. Sohei Tasaki (Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology (WPI-ASHBi), Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study (KUIAS), Kyoto University / RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research (RIKEN BDR))
"Morphologies of Bacillus subtilis communities responding to environmental variation"

Tasaki_sanAbstract: This talk will be given in Japanese.

Note: This talk will take place in the form of an online Zoom meeting for involved members only.