Faculty and Researchers

Mathematics and Physics

Mathematics and Analysis

An introduction to faculty staff members and laboratories in the Mathematics and Analysis.
Note: Information on the laboratories is current as of the 2020 academic year. There may be changes to this information in the 2021 academic year.

TAKASAKI Kanehisa

Position
Professor
Laboratory
Integrable Systems Laboratory
Algebraic Analysis, Mathematical Physics, Integrable Systems

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.

SHUTOH Nobumichi

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Statistical Analysis Laboratory
Multivariate analysis, Statistical asymptotic theory

We study the distribution theory for the statistics based on missing data and high-dimensional data. By using the obtained results, we try to improve the existing statistical procedures. 

SUZUKI Takao

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Special Functions Laboratory
Special functions and Integrable systems

My research field is the theory of special functions which are defined by differential or difference equations in complex domains. These special functions are related to various fields of pure mathematics and applied mathematics. Therefore they are very interesting research object.

NAKAMURA Yayoi

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Computational Algebraic Analysis Laboratory
Computational Algebraic Analysis

By the usage of residues, multiple polylogarithms and multiple zeta values are studied.

MATSUI Yutaka

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Microlocal Analysis Laboratory
Mathematics, Algebraic Analysis, Microlocal Analysis

The field of specialty here is algebraic analysis, which grew out of research into differential equations. Using combinatorics and microlocal analysis, research is conducted into reversion formulas of radon transforms of constructible functions, and the behavior of images.