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KINDAI UNIVERSITY

Faculty and Research

Research is conducted into differential equations in complex domains, and the special functions defined as the solution to these equations. With their relation to various fields, such as pure mathematics and applied mathematics, special functions represent an attractive area of research.

Associate Professor Ph.D (Science) (Kobe University)

Takao SUZUKI

  • Department: Science
  • Graduate school: Science

Discrete Painleve system of type A

Research Area Differential Equations in Complex Domains
Research Interests Painleve equations
Hypergeometric functions
Infinite dimensional integrable systems
Selected Publications (1) Higher order Painleve system of type D_{2n+2}^{(1)} and monodromy preserving deformation, K. Fuji, K. Inoue, K. Shinomiya and T. Suzuki, J. Nonlinear Math. Phys. 20 (2013) 57-69.
(2) Six-dimensional Painleve systems and their particular solutions in terms of rigid systems, T. Suzuki, J. Math. Phys. 55 (2014).
(3) A q-analogue of the Drinfeld-Sokolov hierarchy of type A and q-Painleve system, Takao Suzuki, AMS Contemp. Math. 651 (2015) 25-38.
Education
(Undergraduate Course)
Kobe University
Education
(Master's/Doctral Course)
Kobe University
Special Functions Laboratory
E-mail suzuki(at)math.kindai.ac.jp

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