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Update: 2020/04/06


Designated Faculty

Henrik Bachmann Designated Associate Professor (G30)
OFFICE Rm 457 in Math. Bldg.
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2428 (ext. 2428)
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  • number theory
  • multiple zeta values
  • modular forms
  • q-analogues of multiple zeta values
[1]H. Bachmann and K. Tasaka: The double shuffle relations for multiple Eisenstein series, Nagoya Math. J. 230 (2018), 180212.
[2]H. Bachmann and Y. Yamasaki: Checkerboard style Schur multiple zeta values and odd single zeta values, Math. Z. 290 (2018), no 3, 11731197.
[3]H. Bachmann, Y. Takeyama and K. Tasaka: Cyclotomic analogues of finite multiple zeta values, Compos. Math. 154 (2018), no. 12, 27012721.
Aaron Chan Designated Assistant Professor (YLC)
OFFICE Rm 557 in Math. Bldg.
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-5574 (ext. 5574)
Erik Darpö Designated Associate Professor (G30)
OFFICE Rm 331 in Sci. Bldg. A
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-5612 (ext. 5612)
  • representation theory of algebras
  • higher-dimensional AuslanderReiten theory
  • non-associative algebra
[1]E. Darpö and J. M. Pérez Izquierdo: Autotopies and quasigroup identities: new aspects of non-associative division algebras, Forum Math. 27 (2015), no. 5, 26912745.
[2]E. Darpö and C. C. Gill: The Loewy length of a tensor product of modules of a dihedral two-group, J. Pure Appl. Algebra 218 (2014), no. 4, 760776.
[3]E. Darpö and M. Herschend: On the representation ring of the polynomial algebra over a perfect field, Math. Zeit. 265 (2010), no. 3, 601615.
Hiroki Fujino Designated Assistant Professor (YLC)
OFFICE Rm 205 in Sci. Bldg. A
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2822 (ext. 2822)
Yukio Kaneda Designated Professor
OFFICE Rm 320 in Sci. Bldg. A
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2820 (ext. 2820)
  • fluid mechanics
  • theory of turbulence
  • computational science of turbulence
[1]Y. Kaneda, Y. Yamamoto and Y. Tsuji: Linear response theory for one-point statistics in the inertial sublayer of wall-bounded turbulence, Phys. Rev. Lett. 122 (2019), 194502.
[2]Y. Kaneda, T. Ishihara, M. Yokokawa, K. Itakura and A. Uno: Energy dissipation rate and energy spectrum in high resolution direct numerical simulations of turbulence in a periodic box, Phys. Fluids, 15 (2003), no. 2, L21L24.
[3]Y. Kaneda: Renormalized expansions in the theory of turbulence with the use of the Lagrangian position function, J. Fluid Mech. 107 (1981), 131145.
2002, Gordon Bell Award SC2002 (by IEEE)
2009, The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology — Prizes for Science and Technology (by MEXT)
2011, Prize of the Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics (by Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics)
2004, The Institute of Physics Fellow
2011, American Physical Society Fellow (nominated by DFD)
Serge Richard Designated Professor (G30)
OFFICE Rm 237 in Sci. Bldg. A
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-5897 (ext. 5897)
  • functional analysis
  • spectral and scattering theory
  • index theorems in scattering theory
  • Mourre theory
  • magnetic systems
[1]S. Richard: Levinsons theorem: an index theorem in scattering theory, in Proceedings of the Conference Spectral Theory and Mathematical Physics, Santiago 2014, Operator Theory Advances and Applications 254, Birkhäuser, 2016, pp.149203.
[2]D. Parra, S. Richard: Continuity of the spectral for families of magnetic operators on Zd, Anal. Math. Phys. 6 (2016), 327343.
[3]S. Richard, R. Tiedra de Aldecoa: Resolvent expansions and continuity of the scattering matrix at embedded thresholds: the case of quantum waveguides, Bull. Soc. Math. France 144 (2016), no. 2, 251277.
Fuetaro Yobuko Designated Assistant Professor
OFFICE Rm 323 in Sci. Bldg. A
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2812 (ext. 2812)
  • CalabiYau varieties in positive characteristic,
  • deformation theory
  • (quasi-)F-split
[1]F. Yobuko: Quasi-Frobenius-split and lifting of CalabiYau varieties in characteristic p, submitted.
[2]F. Yobuko: On the Frobenius-splitting height of varieties in positive characteristic, submitted.
[3]Y. Nakkajima and F. Yobuko: Degenerations of log Hodge de Rham spectral sequences and log Kodaira vanishing theorem of certain log varieties in characteristic p>0, preprint.