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Takashi SAKAJO is now
 Full professor, Department of Mathematics at Kyoto University
 Project professor, Liaison Center in Mathematics at RIMS, Kyoto University
 Seinior visiting scientist at RIKEN Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences Program (iTHEMS)
 Research supevisor, PRESTO Research Area "Elucidating mathematical structures in real/virtual world objects and their utilization", Japan Science and Technology, Japan
 Chief coordinator, MACS program at Kyoto University
 Sub Project Director (subPD), JST Moonshot R&D program Goal8 "Realization of a society safe from the threat of extreme winds and rains by controlling and modifying the weather by 2050"
 JST Moonshot R&D program, A member of Mathematical Sciences Subcommittee
 International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM), A member of General Assembly
My major is Applied Mathematics (Nonlinear Analysis). In paricular, I am interested in understanding highly nonlinear and complex phenomena observed in the evaluations of incompressible fluid motions; I am also interested in interdisciplinary mathematical studies (Math. Meteorology, Medicals, Material Sciences, Mathematical Modeling etc); I am the chief coordinator of Math Clinic Program (MACS Program). The topics in my current research are:
 Topological fluid mechanics (Topological Flow Data Analysis)
 Dissipative weak solutions of the Euler equations and Turbulence theory
 Vortex Dynamics (Point Vortex on Closed Surface)
 Flow control of vortex dominated flows
 Singularity formation and longtime behavior of vortex dynamics
 Applied and Computational Complex Analysis
 Interdisciplinary Studies (Mathematical Meteorology, Math Clinic at Kyoto U)
Keywords:
 Research Topic: Topological and geometric fluid mechanics, Turbulence Theory, Vortex Dynamics, Mathematical Meteorology, Mathematical Modeling, Interdisciplinary Mathematics.
 Topics in Mathematics: Nonlinear dynamical systems, Bifurcation theory, Partial differential equations, Numerical Analysis, Topology, Symplectic geometry.
 Topics in Numerical methods: Vortex method, Spectral method, Fast treecodes, Fast Multipole Method, Numerical Conformal mapping
PI of Research Project funded by Japan Science and Technology:
