(Last updated : 2018-11-19 09:44:38)
   Organization for the Strategic Coordination of Research and Intellectual Properties
   Associate Professor (non-tenured)
■ Books and Papers
1. Paper Unimodal solutions of the generalized Constantin--Lax--Majda equation with viscosity (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2018/08 Link
2. Paper Rippling rectangular waves for a modified Benney equation (Co-authored (first author)) 2018/05 Link
3. Paper Steady-state mode interactions of radially symmetric modes for the Lugiato-Lefever equation on a disk (Co-authored (first author)) 2018/04 Link
4. Paper Local well-posedness of the NLS equation with third order dispersion in negative Sobolev spaces (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2017/10 Link
5. Paper Bifurcation Structure of a Car-following Model with Nonlinear Dependence on the Relative Velocity (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2017/07 Link
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2017/03/19 A billiard problem in systems far from equilibrium (MIMS International Conference on "Reaction-diffusion system, theory and applications") Link
2. 2017/03/15 Computer-assisted analysis of Craik's dynamical system arising in fluid dynamics (The International Workshop on Numerical Verification and its Applications 2017) Link
3. 2017/03/09 Torus bifurcations to rippling rectangular waves (The Taiwan-Japan Joint mini-workshop on Applied Mathematics)
4. 2016/09/30 In search of closed orbits in Craik and Okamoto's 3D dynamical system (International workshop on mathematical science for nonlinear phenomena)
5. 2016/08/02 Resonance tongues appearing in a billiard problem under nonlinear and nonequilibrium conditions (International Conference: Patterns and Waves 2016) Link
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 2006/04~2010/09 Hiroshima University Graduate School of Science Department of Mathematical and Life Sciences〔Doctoral course〕 Completed
■ Research Topics, Consignment Studies & KAKENHI Researches
1. 2015/06~2016/03  Correspondence between Cellular Automata and Partial Differential Equations from the viewpoint of Numerical Analysis 
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