An information session on the entrance examination (2nd recruitment) for this course will be held from 16:45 on NOvember 2nd. For details, click here.
2023.08.08
We updated our web server.
2023.05.08
An information session on the entrance examination for this course will be held from 16:30 on May 22nd. For details, click here.
2023.04.07
We renewed our web page due to reorganization of Graduate School of Informatics.
Introduction
"Applied mathematics" does not mean solving problems in other fields like physics and engineering by simply applying established mathematical theories, but means to establish a new mathematical theory by studying a mathematical model describing a real phenomenon. “Applied analysis” is the analytical aspect of “applied mathematics”, and we aim at study and education of applied analysis. In other words, we deepen our understanding of the established analytical theories to create a new analysis. For example, we analyze mathematical models appearing in physics, engineering and biology by mathematical analysis, numerical analysis and probability theory, and understand both models and theories. Through these experiences, we attempt to develop a new analytical tool including analysis on fractals.
In this sub-department, we collaborate with each other on our study and education based on key words; “nonlinear analysis” and “inverse problems”. For a detailed specialty of each member, see the Member page.
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Address: Integrated Research Bldg. No.12, Yoshida-Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan, 606-8501