Advanced Mathematical Sciences C (FY2014)

Fusion of Origami geometry and computational science

COURSE OUTLINE & OBJECTIVE
 Origami is loved throughout the world as Japanese traditional culture and industrial art, and translated as it is in English.
 By using the characteristic that Origami structure is “light weight and stiff” or “deployable and foldable”, industrial application will be realized.
 The goals of this class are to grasp not only Origami mathematical principle but also modeling and simulation for understanding life function and applying into industry.
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PROGRAM

“Fusion of Origami geometry and computational science ”

Coordinator: Ichiro Hagiwara(Meiji University, Professor)
  Date: 1st - 3rd September 2014
 Place:
 Classroom 301, on the 3rd floor High-Rise Wing, Nakano Campus, Meiji University
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 Speakers:

Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji University)
Sachiko Ishida (Meiji University)
Hiroko Kitaoka (JSOL Corporation)
Taketoshi Nojima ( Art- Excel Origami Engineering Laboratory)
Kazuya Saito (The University of Tokyo)
Maria Savchenko (Meiji University / Interlocus, Inc.)

Schedule/ Speaker/ Title:
Monday, 1st September 2014
9:30 -10:00  Ichiro Hagiwara
 “Orientation”
10:10 -11:10  Taketoshi Nojima
 “Mathematical Origami Basic 1”
11:20 -12:20  Taketoshi Nojima
 “Mathematical Origami Basic 2”
13:30 -14:30  Taketoshi Nojima
 “Mathematical Origami Basic 3”
14:40 -15:40  Sachiko Ishida
 “Foldable structure design using mathematical method 1”
15:50 -16:50  Sachiko Ishida
 “Foldable structure design using mathematical method 2”

Tuesday, 2nd September 2014
10:00 -11:00  Kazuya Saito
 “Origami and deployable structure 1”
11:10 -12:10  Kazuya Saito
 “Origami and deployable structure 2”
13:00 - 14:30  Hiroko Kitaoka
 “Geometrical investigation and modeling of human alveoli 1”
14:40 -15:40  Hiroko Kitaoka
 “Geometrical investigation and modeling of human alveoli 2”

Wednesday, 3rd September 2014
   
9:30 -10:30  Maria Savchenko
 “Paper Fabrication 1”
10:40 -11:40  Maria Savchenko
 “Paper Fabrication 2”
13:00 -14:00  Maria Savchenko
 “Paper Fabrication 3”
14:10 -15:10  Ichiro Hagiwara
 “Computational Simulation for promoting Origami engineering 1”
15:20 -16:20  Ichiro Hagiwara
 “Computational Simulation for promoting Origami engineering 2”

REMARKS
Supported by:
Meiji University
Meiji Institute of Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS)

Contact address:
Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences
8F High-Rise Wing, Nakano Campus, Meiji University,
4-21-1 Nakano, Nakanoku, Tokyo, Japan, 164-8525
TEL: +81-3-5343-8067, FAX +81-3-5343-8068
E-mail:mims[at]mics.meiji.ac.jp ([at] to @)

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