Nonlinear system Laboratory
Phenomena that are not f(x)=ax
Nonlinear systems are those that are not linear. We often see linear systems, expressed by f(x)=ax, but there exist overwhelmingly more nonlinear systems if we express phenomena in society by mathematical formulas (modeling). For example, networks consisting of nerve cells are representative nonlinear systems. Our laboratory aims at understanding these systems and applying them in engineering fields through their analyses, which are known as nonlinear mechanic analyses.
Affiliation

Electronic Information Systems

Faculty Name

IOKA, Eri

Academic Society

The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 
Keyword

Computer simulations, Numerical analyses, Nonlinear mechanic analysis 
Study Fields
Electrical engineering
Electronic engineering
Information engineering
Electronic engineering
Information engineering
For Society
Our research will be useful in improving electric and electronic devices and for engineering applications to modulators using nonlinear properties.
Research Themes
 Analyses on nonlinear mechanics
 Research on nonlinear circuits
 Research on nonlinear mathematical models