Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences A (FY2011)

Global Changes and Mathematical Sciences (in Japanese)

CONTENTS
 Human society is affected by phenomena such as daily natural phenomena of change in weather, natural disasters such as earthquakes, environmental alterations including climate change and global warming, and phenomena of global-scale changes caused by various environmental problems arising from human activities. Since such changes in phenomena have considerable effect on human society both in a positive and negative way, clarification and prediction of the mechanisms have been required.
 Although a variety of information and knowledge has been accumulated, unexplained problems are widely remained because of their large scale. Mathematical approaches represented by the mathematical modeling and the spatiotemporal data analysis are broadly applied.
 The lectures will be given in an omnibus style by active researchers in earth science and its peripheral fields. Through the lectures, profound understanding of phenomena related to global-scale alterations and mathematical approaches toward them will be acquired and considerations and discussions about how to solve problems will be made.
PLANS
 The interdisciplinary lectures on the required knowledge and mathematical approaches for studying earth science and its peripheral fields, along with lectures on mathematical techniques which support the study, will be given in an omnibus style. Through the lectures, understanding of the existing method for treating phenomena of global-scale change will be improved and possible approaches to solve the problems will be found.
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PROGRAM
Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences A: "Graduate School of Advanced Mathematical Sciences"
Project Based Analysis and Research Cluster
Inter Departmental Curriculum, Meiji University
Coordinator: Kazuyuki NAKAMURA(Specially Appointed Lecturer, Graduate School of Advanced Mathematical Sciences)

Speakers:
Tomoyuki HIGUCHI (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
Takane HORI (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
Masafumi KAMACHI (Meteorological Research Institute)
Kazuyuki NAKAMURA (Meiji University)
Tadahiro SATO (Tohoku University)
 
Date: 23 - 26 August 2011

Schedule/ Speaker/ Title:

Tuesday, 23 August 2011
10:30 - 12:00 Kazuyuki NAKAMURA (Meiji University)
"地球規模変動と数理序論-大規模現象モデリングとその数理-"
13:00 - 14:30 Tadahiro SATO (Tohoku University)
"重力と変位の観測"
14:40 - 16:10 Tadahiro SATO
"地球潮汐,地球回転と大気・海洋"
16:20 - 17:50 Tadahiro SATO
"氷河の変動と地球の粘弾性応答"

Wednesday, 24 August 2011
10:30 - 12:00 Takane HORI (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
"地殻変動データの逆解析でわかる地震の多様性"
13:00 - 14:30 Takane HORI
"地震発生の力学モデル"
14:40 - 16:10 Takane HORI
"データ同化による地震発生予測に向けて"
16:20 - 17:50 Kazuyuki NAKAMURA (Meiji University)
"演習"

Thursday, 25 August 2011
10:30 - 12:00  Masafumi KAMACHI (Meteorological Research Institute)
"データ同化基礎"
13:00 - 14:30 Masafumi KAMACHI
"海洋モデリングの基礎と海洋観測"
14:40 - 16:10 Masafumi KAMACHI
"海洋の過去から未来を知るデータ同化システム"
16:20 -17:50 Kazuyuki NAKAMURA (Meiji University)
"演習"

Friday, 26 Augusut 2011
10:00 - 11:30 Tomoyuki HIGUCHI (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
"データ同化とベイズ統計"
12:30 - 14:00 Tomoyuki HIGUCHI
"逐次ベイズフィルタ"
14:10 - 15:40 Tomoyuki HIGUCHI
"逆問題と信号分解"
15:50 - 17:20 Kazuyuki NAKAMURA (Meiji University)
"地球規模変動における予測と知識発見"

PLACE
Conference room on the 3rd Floor,
Shikon-kan, SURUGADAI Campus, Meiji University.
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REMARKS
 This subject is intended for doctoral students. However, any students in master program are available to attend. Non-degree students and auditors from Meiji University and other universities are also welcome.
※No auditor’s fee and no preliminary application required.

 We will support travel expenses for the students from afar. If you wish for the support, please contact at gcoe@mics.meiji.ac.jp by Friday, 5th August 2011.
※Please be informed that not every student who wishes for this financial support could be received, subject to the budget of Meiji University.

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

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

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