21st Century COE Program : Mathematics of Nonlinear Structure via Singularity

Special Months: Recent development in Mathematical material sciences

We are organizing various research seminars and talks on between October of 2004 and March of 2005. These activities are part of our 21st Century COE Program "Mathematics of Non-Linear Structure via Singularity". Listed below are some of the seminars and events currently scheduled for the "Recent development in Mathematical material sciences". We are discussing various problems related to Mathematical and Material Sciences.

INDEX

  1. COE Mathematics Center for Advanced Study, Special Seminar Series (10 March, 2005)
  2. Short-term Intensive Seminars (21 January, 2005)
  3. Workshops "Mathematical Aspects of Material Sciences" (4 March, 2005)
  4. Organizers:
  5. Links

Events

COE Mathematics Center for Advanced Study, Special Seminar Series
"Communication between Material Science and Mathematical Science"

The subject that Mathematical Science related to Material Science or Material Science led to Mathematical Science is to be lectured once or twice a month.
(10 March 2005) More...

Short-term Intensive Seminars
"Application of Computational Homology to Topology"

We consider how quantifying Topological information with a software package, Computational Homology (CHomP) developed in recent years, and how the software works on Topology.
(21 January, 2005) More...

Workshops "Mathematical Aspects of Material Sciences"
(4 March, 2005) More...

Our 21st Century COE Program Special Months is supported by "Hokkaido University Grant Program for New Fusion of Extensive Research Fields, 2004". We aim for making up the cross-sectional networking among the fields of 21st Century COE Program"Topological Science and Technology" (project leader, Satoshi TANDA), Research Institute for Electronic Science and our COE program.

Organizers:
Tohru OZAWA, Kanemasa NISHIURA, Ichiro TSUDA, Norihiko NISHIGUCHI, Takayuki SAKAJO (Program Secretary)
Links:
21st Century COE Program : Mathematics of Nonlinear Structure via Singularity