GCOE News Letter

We publish "Meiji GCOE News Letter" quarterly in order to familiarize the activities of Meiji Global COE Program "Formation and Development of Mathematical Sciences Based on Modeling and Analysis". Please click on the icon to read the contents.

The original interview was in Japanese. The following is the translation by a commercial company.

News Letter Vol.15 (2013, January)
News Letter Vol.14 (2012, October)
News Letter Vol.13 (2012, July)
News Letter Vol.12 (2012, April)
News Letter Vol.11 (2012, January)
News Letter Vol.10 (2011, October)
News Letter Vol.9 (2011, July)
News Letter Vol.8 (2011, April)
News Letter Vol.7 (2011, January)
News Letter Vol.6 (2010, October)
News Letter Vol.5 (2010, July)
News Letter Vol.4 (2010, April)
News Letter Vol.3 (2010, March)
News Letter Vol.2 (2010, February)
News Letter Vol.1 (2010, January)
News Letter Vol.0 (2009, December)


     

    News Letter Vol.15 (2013, January)

  • Researcher Interview
    • MIMURA, Masayasu
      "From the Global COE on mathematical modeling and analysis
      to the research center for mathematical modeling and analysis"
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News

     

    News Letter Vol.14 (2012, October)

  • Researcher Interview
    • UEYAMA, Daishin
      'Developing mathematics that can create “good” patterns'
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • HUNG, LI-CHANG
      "Studying the exact solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations"

     

    News Letter Vol.13 (2012, July)

  • Researcher Interview
    • OGAWA, Toshiyuki
      "Using bifurcation theory for excellent modeling"
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • MACHIDA, Takuya
      "Elucidating the nature of quantum walks to open the way for building quantum algorithms"
    • YASHIMA, Kenta
      "Applying Fractal reaction theory to ecology"
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News

     

    News Letter Vol.12 (2012, April)

  • Researcher Interview
    • IKEDA, Kota
      "The modeling that extracts essence"
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News
  • Messages from those who left for the next stage
    • HORIUCHI, Shiro
    • KON, Ryusuke
    • NAKAMASU, Akiko
    • TOKUNAGA, Terumasa
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News

     

    News Letter Vol.11 (2012, January)

  • Researcher Interview
    • Nobuhiko J. SUEMATSU
      "Understanding the order created by living things through the analysis of collective motion"
  • Report on Research Results of the Mathematical Modeling and
     Analysis Project for Young Researchers Adopted for FY 2010
  • Reports on Symposium by/for Young Researcher
    • SIEW, Hai-Yen
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News
  • Messages from those who left for the next stage
    • WAKASA, Toru

     

    News Letter Vol.10 (2011, October)

  • Researcher Interview
    • NAKAMURA, Kazuyuki
      "Shedding light on the structure of nonlinear time-series phenomena"
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • OKAJIMA, Ryoko
      "Seeking the general law of adaptive evolution from the morphology of modern organisms and fossils of ancient organisms"
    • TOKUNAGA, Terumasa
      "Detecting precursory phenomena of the auroral substorm with mathematical science"

     

    News Letter Vol.09 (2011, July)

  • Researcher Interview
    • WAKANO, Yuichiro
      "Unifi ed understanding of two major theories of biological evolution"
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • KON, Ryusuke
      "Examining the principle of population dynamics using mathematical models"
    • NAKAMASU, Akiko
      "Demonstrating that biotic pattern formation is caused by reaction-diffusion"
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News

     

    News Letter Vol.8 (2011, April)

  • Researcher Interview
    • SUGIHARA, Kokichi
      "CREST "Computational Illusion" Set Off"
  • Messages from those who left for the next stage
  • Reports on Symposium by/for Young Researchers

     

    News Letter Vol.7 (2011, January)

  • Activity News
    • Graduate School of Advanced Mathematical Sciences (Department of Mathematical Modeling, Analysis and Simulation) to be launched in April 2011
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • NAKAHASHI, Wataru
      "Explaining why humans are as they are with mathematical models"
    • WAKASA, Toru
      "Elucidating non-linear phenomena from mathematical perspectives"
    • NOTSU, Hirofumi
      "Creating a new style of numerical analysis based on the deep understanding of mathematical science"
    • SIEW, Hai-Yen
      "Deriving new estimation procedure for point processes"
  • Reports on Symposium by/for Young Researchers

     

    News Letter Vol.6 (2010, October)

  • Program Member Interview
    • Ryo Kobayashi
      "The slime mold algorithm makes people laugh and think deeply"
    • Hiraku Nishimori
      "From research on the structure of solids to research on sand dunes and ants"
    • Yuichiro Wakano
      "Endeavoring to integrate two basic theories of biological evolution"
    • Hideki Takayasu
      "Econophysics to rewrite economics"
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News
  • Selected Reports of Activities (Education and Research Activities)

     

    News Letter Vol.5 (2010, July)

  • Program Member Interview
    • Masao Mukaidono
      "Pursuing Systematization of “Safety Science” Based on a Deep Understanding of Humanity, Technology and Society"
    • Kaoru Arakawa
      "Interactive Evolutionary Computation Enables Optimal Design Even for Those without Knowledge"
    • Kokichi Sugihara
      "Solving a Mystery of Impossible Objects with Robust Geometric Calculation"
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • Shu-ichi Kinoshita
      "Elucidating genetic networks using mathematical models"
    • Akiyasu Tomoeda
      "Eliminating the causes of traffic congestion using visual illusions"
    • Shiro Horiuchi
      "Considering how people can get along well"
  • Reports on Symposium by/for Young Researchers
  • Report on Research Results of the Mathematical Modeling and Analysis Project for Young Researchers Adopted for FY 2009

     

    News Letter Vol.4 (2010, April)

  • President Interview
    • Hiromi Naya
      "MIMS and GCOE Promoted as a New Model of the Research System Support to Be Strengthened toward Continued Achievements"
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • Kota Ikeda
      "I want to tackle themes to which I can apply 'rigorous mathematics' "
    • Chiyori Urabe
      "Extracting frameworks from phenomena through eyes of physicist"
  • Reports on Symposium by/for Young Researchers
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News

     

    News Letter Vol.3 (2010, March)

  • Program Member Interview
    • Masayasu Mimura, Kanya Kusano, Hirokazu Ninomiya, Daishin Ueyama
      "Can the essence of phenomena be extracted from their patterns?"
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • Tetsuji Hidaka
      "Time series analysis and empirical analysis for detecting changes in dynamics hidden in natural phenomena"
  • Selected Reports of Activities(Education and Research Activities)

     

    News Letter Vol.2 (2010, February)

  • Program Member Interview
    • Yasunori Okabe
      "Experimental mathematics that extracts laws hidden in time series data without assuming models"
    • Takeaki Kariya
      " Multifaceted perspectives that see through the essence of phenomena and create new models or even theories are required to establish Mathematical Sciences Based on Modeling and Analysis"
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • Wataru Nakahashi
      "The role of learning in the evolutionary game theory"
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News
  • Selected Reports of Activities(Education and Research Activities)

     

    News Letter Vol.1 (2010, January)

  • Program Member Interview
    • Hiroyuki Mori
      "Apply Mathematical Modeling and Analysis to smart grid designs and operations"
    • Toshikazu Sunada
      " Contributing to development of Mathematical Modeling and Analysis with ideas of most up-to-date geometry notions"
    • Hisao Tamaki
      "Apply mathematics of state-of-the-art combination problems to analysis of phenomena"
    • Tatsuo Shibata
      "Explain micro-level life phenomena with state-of-the-art mathematics"
  • Young Researcher Interview
    • Kazuyuki Nakamura
      "Sophistication of methodology for detection of time-series abnormality based on the SSA theory"

     

    News Letter Vol.0 (2009, December)

  • Leader Interview
    • Masayasu Mimura
      "Establish "Mathematical Sciences Based on Modeling and Analysis" on the Basis of Non-linear Non-equilibrium Science"
  • About Program and Organization
    • "Formation and Development of Mathematical Sciences Based on Modeling and Analysis"
  • Mathematical Modeling and Analysis COE News
  • Selected Reports of Activities(Education and Research Activities)