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The Math-Phys Unit will launch a new course for doctoral students in 2017!

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Recruitment of SGU course of mathematical and physical sciences will start on February 18.

The application period for admission is from February 18 to 28, 2022.
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Doctoral student Watanabe Masahito receives 2020 ASME Graduate Student Scholarship Award.

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Jun Ohnuki, a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Takano Lab and a member of the Unit for Multiscale Analysis, Modeling and Simulation of the Top Global University Project, Waseda University received the Early Career Presentation Award of the Biophysical Society of Japan.

"Electrostatic ratcheting mechanism of peptide synthesis by non-ribosomal molecular machine"

The following presentation by Associate Professor Tomomi KITO and Joint Appointment Professor Naoki MASUDA won the Best Poster Award at NERCCS 2021

Penghang Liu, Tomomi Kito, Naoki Masuda and A. Erdem Sarıyüce: "Temporal Motifs in Patent Opposition and Collaboration Networks"

Takizawa Laboratory-affiliated junior researcher Felix Scholz featured in Science Magazine.

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Recruitment of SGU course of mathematical and physical sciences has ended.

The application period for admission was from February 19 to February 26, 2021.
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Professor Kenji Takizawa has been elected a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

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Event List

March 23, 2022

The 5th Meeting for the Course Student of Mathematics and Physics Unit

Venue: Online via Zoom

Time: 9:30~11:30

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March 13 - March 18, 2022

International Workshop on Reliable Computing and Computer-Assisted Proofs (ReCAP 2022)

Venue: HYBRID (Daiwa Royal Hotel "THE HAMANAKO" + Online) --> Full Online

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February 7 - February 10, 2022

SGU Special Online Seminars

Venue: Online via Zoom

(1) Speaker: Prof. Saverio PASCAZIO (University of Bari, Italy)

     Date: Feb.7, 2022 17:00~19:00

     Title: Dimensional Reduction of Gauge Theories

(2) Speaker: Prof. Paolo FACCHI (University of Bari, Italy)

     Date: Feb.8, 2022 17:00~19:00

     Title: Long-Time Stability of Perturbed Quantum Symmetries

(3) Speaker: Prof. Daniel BURGARTH (Macquarie University, Sydney)

     Date: Feb.10, 2022 17:00~19:00

     Title: Bounds for the Rotating Wave Approximation

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January 17 - January 27, 2022

Special Lecture on Semi-classical approximations in conformal field theory and analytic geometry of moduli spaces

Lectular: Dr. Claudio Meneses (DFG Principal Investigator, University of Kiel)

Date: Jan.17(MON)-20(THU), Jan.24(MON)-27(THU) 17:00~18:30

Venue: Online via Zoom

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November 30 - December 3, 2021

International Workshop on Multiphase Flows: Analysis, Modelling and Numerics

Venue: Online via Zoom

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October 5 - October 6, 2021

Workshop on Toda equations, parabolic Higgs bundles, and related topics

Venue: Online via Zoom

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August 18 - August 20, 2021

Germany-Japan Workshop on Problems Related to Free Boundaries and Moving Contact Lines

Venue: Online via Zoom

>> For more information  >> Abstract  >> YouTube

August 2 - August 3, 2021

Science of Innovation and Success Workshop

Venue: Hybrid (Waseda University, Japan + Online via Zoom)

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July 1 - July 22, 2021 (every Thursday and Monday)

Short course on Nonabelian Hodge theory

Venue: Online via Zoom

Time: Lecture 16:30~18:00, Discussion Session 18:30~19:30

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April 8 - May 6, 2021 (from 16:00 to 18:20 every Thursday in Japan time)

Special Lecture on Stochastic Partial Differential Equations in Fluid Mechanics

Venue: Online via Zoom

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>> Lecture note #1#2~3#4~5
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