Advanced Mathematical Sciences II (FY2008)

Modeling and Simulation of Complex Systems

CONTENTS
 Modeling and Simulation are becoming the new essential solving methods for Mathematical Science study as the crucial methodologies to understand nonlinear complex phenomena. This subject will be organized by top researchers in nonlinear science study from various fields such as plasma science, fluid science, biology, ecology, molecular science, economy, earth science and cosmology. It will offer you the opportunities to explore the new directions for Advanced Mathematical Sciences as well as to learn the approaches to the complex phenomena through the logics and numeric calculations.
PLANS
 The Lectures in this subject will be given in omnibus style by top international researchers covering the latest topics regarding the nonlinear science in English as the main language in this subject. Inter-departmental and interdisciplinary approaches are necessary.
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PROGRAM
Project based analysis and research cluster course,
Inter Departmental Curriculum, Meiji University.
Advanced Mathematical Sciences II: "Modeling and Simulation of Complex Systems"
Coordinator: Masayasu MIMURA

Date : 17th -20th February 2009

Schedule/ Speaker/ Title :


Tuesday, 17th February 2009
10:30 - 12:00 "Self-organization in biological systems"
Masayasu MIMURA (Meiji University)
13:00 - 14:30 "Vortex - topology, singularity and scale hierarchy"
Zensyo YOSHIDA (The University of Tokyo)
14:40 - 16:10 "Statistical Mechanics of Biological Networks"
Keiichiro TOKITA (Osaka University)
16:20 - 17:50 "Introduction to Complex Systems Biology"
Kunihiko KANEKO (The University of Tokyo)

Wednesday, 18th February 2009
10:30 - 12:00 "Econophysics: New Scientific Approach To World Economy"
Hideki TAKAYASU (Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc.)
13:00 - 14:30 "Modeling of volcanic phenomena"
Takehiro KOYAGUCHI (The University of Tokyo)
14:40 - 16:10 "Pattern formation in granular media"
Hide SAKAGUCHI (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
16:20 - 17:50 "Computational Modeling of a Red Blood Cell towards the Development of Hemolysis Simulator"
Masanori NAKAMURA (Osaka University)

Thursday, 19th February 2009
10:30 - 12:00 "Introduction to Sequential Data Assimilation Method"
Tomoyuki HIGUCHI (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
13:00 - 14:30 "Protein folding simulations by enhanced sampling techniques"
Yuko OKAMOTO (Nagoya University)
14:40 - 16:10 "Interfacial instability and pattern formation observed on the Earth's surface"
Norihiro IZUMI (Hokkaido University)
16:20 - 17:50 "Scientific Computing on Special-Purpose Computers"
Junichiro MAKINO (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)

Friday, 20th February 2009
10:30 - 12:00 "Computational Science of Turbulence"
Takashi ISHIHARA (Nagoya University)
13:00 - 14:30 "Plasma Particle Simulations of Spacecraft Environment"
Hideyuki USUI(Kyoto University)
14:40 - 16:10 "Summary Lecture: Modeling of Hierarchical Systems"
Kanya KUSANO (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
PLACE
Room no.A401 (17th -19th February 2009) and Room no.A206 (20th February 2009)
at Univ.Bldg.2 Annex A, Ikuta Campus, Meiji University.
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REMARKS
This subject is intended for Doctoral students, however, any students in Master’s program are available to attend. Non-degree students and auditors from Meiji University and other universities are also welcomed. Travel expenses may be subsidized for the students from afar. Please contact gcoe@mics.meiji.ac.jp in advance if necessary.

Contact address:
Academic Affairs of Graduate School, Meiji University
1-1 Kanda-Surugadai, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8301
TEL: 03-3296-4368
E-mail: dai_in@mics.meiji.ac.jp

Supported by:
Meiji University Global COE Program "Formation and Development of Mathematical Sciences Based on Modeling and Analysis",
Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS)

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