International Seminar for Applied and Industrial Mathematics


ICIAM2023 を東京に招致する bid を日本応用数理学会と日本数学会が協同で ICIAM ボードに提出し,そのために,ICIAM President を始めとして4名の理事が会場となる早稲田大学早稲田キャンパスにサイトビジットの為に日本に来日されます.その機会にセミナーを開催して世界の応用数理に関わる情報交換や学術交流を下記により行いたいと思います.皆様気楽にご来場賜りますと幸いです.

日時 2017年3月10日(金)13:30-15:30
場所 早稲田大学 早稲田キャンパス 3号館2階(CTLT Classroom2)[アクセス
(東京メトロ東西線 早稲田駅/都営荒川線 早稲田駅 徒歩5分)
共催 日本応用数理学会,早稲田大学理工学術院
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(1)  Barbara Lee Keyfitz (Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University)
“Hyperbolic Conservation Laws: Why the Fuss about L-2 Stability?”
Recently there has been considerable research into the stability of shocks in systems of conservation laws, with stability understood in some square-integrable sense. In this talk I will give some background on systems of nonlinear hyperbolic partial differential equations (known as conservationlaws), and on the issues concerning well-posedness. There are reasons that the still-unsolved problem of existence of solutions in more than a single space dimension is expected to involve L-2, but a simple example shows why that goal is likely to remain elusive.
(2)  José A. Cuminato (Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of São Paulo)
“Center for Mathematical Sciences Applied to Industry – CEPID-CeMEAI”
This talk aims at describing the activities of Cepid-CeMEAI (Center for Mathematical Sciences Applied to Industry). The main purpose of CeMEAI is in promoting the use of mathematical sciences and in particular applied mathematics, statistics and computer science as an industrial resource. To achieve its main purpose, the Center is engaged in a number of projects with industries, where the mathematical sciences play an important role. We shall present some of these projects in detail and describe how CeMEAI´s team has been working to deliver a more permeable interface between industry and academia. The Study Groups with Industry (SGI) and the modelling schools, together with a number of other initiatives are being implemented with the purpose of making the Mathematical Sciences more ubiquitous in Brazilian Scientific Community and hopefully also in Brazilian Society.
(3)  Hiroshi Kokubu (Kyoto University)
“Computer assisted analysis of global dynamics”
In this talk, I will give a brief overview of some recent developments in the computer assisted study of global dynamics and its bifurcations in terms of Morse decompositions, along with several illustrative examples. Special attention will be paid to the use of time series analysis, when the degree of freedom, and hence the computational cost becomes large.
(4)  Katsuyuki Takashima (Information Technology R&D Center, Mitsubishi Electric)
“Elliptic Curve Cryptography in Industry and Society”
Elliptic curve cryptography was proposed independently by Koblitz and Miller around 1986. Since then, it has evolved into a powerful tool for new applications. I has been studied the fascinating area around 20 years. In this talk, I will survey the evolution of elliptic curve cryptography with my research career in industry and society.