Academic Staff and Fellows
- TAKASAKI Kanehisa
- Professor Doctor of Science
- Department/Science Graduate school/Science
Solvable models of mathematical physics are referred to as `integrable systems'. I am studying integrable systems and mathematical physics by the method of algebraic analysis. Not only being extremely interesting in themselves, integrable systems are also closely related to many other fields of mathematics.
Maya diagrams and Plucker relations
|Research Area||Algebraic Analysis, Mathematical Physics, Integrable Systems|
|Teaching (Undergraduate Course)||Fundamental Analysis (2), Real Analysis (2), Modern Mathematics (2), Synthetic Seminar 2, Study of Mathematics (6), English for Science and Technology 1, Individual Study for Bachelor Thesis|
|Teaching (Graduate Course)||Integrable Systems, Applied Mathematics|
|Research Interests||Research into integrable systems and mathematical physics by method of algebraic analysis|
(1) 4D limit of melting crystal model and its integrable structure, J. Geom. Phys. 137C (2019), 184-203.
(2) Hurwitz numbers and integrable hierarchy of Volterra type, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 51 (2018), 43LT01 (9pp)
(3)Toda hierarchies and their applications, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 51 (2018) 203001 (35pp).
|Research and Achievements|
|Affiliated Academic Societies||Mathematical Society of Japan, International Association of Mathematical Physics|
|External Activity||Member of Executive Committee, Mathematical Society of Japan (June 2017 - May 2019)|
|Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo|
|Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo|
|Title of Thesis, Institute, Date||A new approach to the self-dual Yang-Mills equations, University of Tokyo, March 1984|
|Biography||Research Associate at Saitama University (1984-1985), Research Associate at Kyoto University (1985-1991), Associate Professor at Kyoto University (1991-2003), Professor at Kyoto University (2004-2013)|
|Awards||Daiwa Adrian Prize (1998)|
Integrable Systems Laboratory
|Office Location||Takasaki's room, 3rd Floor, Building 31|