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ADDRESS: Furocho, Chikusaku, Nagoya, Japan / POSTAL CODE: 464-8602

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Update: 2021/11/30

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Jun Kato Associate Professor
OFFICE Rm 503 in Math. Bldg.
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2410 (ext. 2410)
E-MAIL
PROFILE [DOWNLOAD] kato_jun_en.pdf [PDF/79KB]
RESEARCH
  • nonlinear partial differential equations
  • Fourier analysis
PAPERS
[1]J. Kato, M. Nakamura and T. Ozawa: A generalization of the weighted Strichartz estimates for wave equations and an application to self-similar solutions, Comm. Pure. Appl. Math., to appear.
[2]J. Kato: Existence and uniqueness of the solution to the modified Schrodinger maps, Math. Res. Lett., 12 (2005), 171186.
[3]Jun Kato: The uniqueness of nondecaying solutions for the Navier-Stokes equations, Arch. Rational Mech. Anal., 169 (2003), 159175.
PRIZES
2008, MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize (by MSJ)
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Tomomi Kawamura Associate Professor
OFFICE Rm 357 in Sci. Bldg. A
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-4534 (ext. 4534)
E-MAIL
PROFILE [DOWNLOAD] kawamura_tomomi_en.pdf [PDF/80KB]
RESEARCH
  • knot theory
  • low dimensional topology
PAPERS
[1]T. Kawamura: The Rasmussen invariants and the sharper slice-Bennequin inequality on knots, Topology 46 (2007), 2938.
[2]T. Kawamura: Essential cycles in graph divides as a link representation, Tokyo J. Math. 29 (2006) 515527.
PRIZES
2003, MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize for Encouragement of Young Researchers (by MSJ)
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Yoshifumi Kimura Professor
OFFICE Rm 401 in Math. Bldg.
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2819 (ext. 2819)
E-MAIL
RESEARCH
  • fluid dynamics
  • vortex motion
  • turbulence
PAPERS
[1]Y. Kimura: Vortex motion on surfaces with constant curvature, Proc. R. Soc. London, A 455 (1999), pp. 245259.
[2]Y. Kimura and J. R. Herring: Diffusion in stably stratified turbulence, J. Fluid Mech., 328 (1996), 253269.
FELLOWS
2007, American Physical Society Fellow
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Ryoichi Kobayashi Professor
OFFICE Rm 501 in Math. Bldg.
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2432 (ext. 2432)
E-MAIL
PROFILE [DOWNLOAD] kobayashi_ryoichi_en.pdf [PDF/96KB]
RESEARCH
  • complex differential geometry
  • complex algebraic geometry
  • Diophantine geometry
PAPERS
[1]R. Kobayashi: Toward Nevanlinna theory as a geometric model for Diophantine approximation, Sugaku Expositions, 16 (2003), no. 1, 3979.
[2]R. Kobayashi: Ricci-flat Kähler metrics on affine algebraic manifolds and degenerations of Kähler-Einstein K3 surfaces, Adv. Stud. Pure Math., 18-II, Academic Press, 1990, pp. 137228.
PRIZES
1994, MSJ Geometry Prize
“On the existence of KählerEinstein metrics on non-compact complex algebraic surfaces and its application to the uniformization problem”
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Shigeyuki Kondo Professor
OFFICE Rm 431 in Sci. Bldg. A
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2815 (ext. 2815)
E-MAIL
WEBSITE http://www.math.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~kondo/
PROFILE [DOWNLOAD] kondo_shigeyuki_en.pdf [PDF/81KB]
RESEARCH
  • algebraic geometry
  • moduli spaces and automorphic forms
  • automorphisms of K3 surfaces and Enriques surfaces
PAPERS
[1]I. Dolgachev, B. van Geemen and S. Kondo: A complex ball uniformization of the moduli space of cubic surfaces via periods of K3 surfaces, J. reine angew. Math., 588 (2005), 99148.
[2]S. Kondo: Maximal subgroups of the Mathieu group M23 and symplectic automorphisms of supersingular K3 surfaces, International Mathematics Research Notices 2006 (2006), 19.
PRIZES
2012, MSJ Algebra Prize
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Masashi Kubo Associate Professor
OFFICE Rm 403 in Math. Bldg.
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2825 (ext. 2825)
E-MAIL
RESEARCH
  • source coding
  • large deviation
  • stochastic process
PAPERS
[1]S. Ihara and M. Kubo: Error exponent of coding for stationary memoryless sources with a fidelity criterion, IEICE Trans., E88-A (2005), no. 5, 13391345.
[2]S. Ihara and M. Kubo: The asymptotics of string matching probabilities for Gaussian random sequences, Nagoya Math. J., 166 (2002), 3954.
[3]S. Ihara and M. Kubo: Error exponent for coding of memoryless Gaussian sources with a fidelity criterion, IEICE Trans., E83-A (2000), no. 10, 18911897.
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François Le Gall Associate Professor
OFFICE Rm 404 in Math. Bldg.
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2412 (ext. 2412)
E-MAIL
RESEARCH
  • algorithms
  • computational complexity
  • quantum computing
PAPERS
[1]F. Le Gall: Average-case quantum advantage with shallow circuits. Proceedings of the 34th Computational Complexity Conference, 21:1-21:20, 2019.
[2]F. Le Gall: Powers of tensors and fast matrix multiplication. Proceedings of the 39th International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, pp. 296303, 2014.
[3]F. Le Gall: Improved quantum algorithm for triangle finding via combinatorial arguments. Proceedings of the 55th Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science, pp. 216225, 2014.
PRIZES
2014, ISSAC 2014 Distinguished Paper Award
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Kohji Matsumoto Professor
OFFICE Rm 357 in Math. Bldg.
PHONE +81 (0)52-789-2414 (ext. 2414)
E-MAIL
WEBSITE https://www.math.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~kohjimat/
PROFILE [DOWNLOAD] matsumoto_kohji_en.pdf [PDF/82KB]
RESEARCH
  • mean value theory of zeta and L-functions
  • value-distribution theory of zeta and L-functions
  • analytic theory of multiple zeta-functions
PAPERS
[1]K. Matsumoto and H. Tsumura: On Witten multiple zeta-functions associated with semisimple Lie algebras I, Ann. Inst. Fourier 56 (2006), 14571504.
[2]Y. Ihara and K. Matsumoto: On certain mean values and the value-distribution of logarithms of Dirichlet L-functions, Q. J. Math. 62 (2011), no. 3, 637677.
PRIZES
2005, MSJ Algebra Prize
“Studies on analytic behaviour of zeta-functions”
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