Nonlinear Mathematics Laboratory
Understanding natural phenomena by using mathematics
Natural phenomena, such as how heat and sound are transmitted, can be expressed with differential equations. Our laboratory is engaged in the mathematical examination of differential equations. We grasp what kind of phenomena are occurring based on formulas and predict unfolding phenomena. Furthermore, we aim to examine the mathematical structure of differential equations.
|Faculty Name||ENOMOTO, Yuko|
|Academic Society|| The Mathematical Society of Japan
|Keyword||Mathematical science, Mathematical analyses, Differential equations|
For SocietyThe results of our research are expected to be applicable to many areas since various natural phenomena can be described as formulas. For example, they are useful in analyzing atmospheric currents. Students will acquire the ability to think logically, which is essential in any field they choose to advance into.
- Research on equations of heat conduction and pulsation
- Applications of our research to semigroup theory and partial differential equations
- Research on mathematical answers in continuum mechanics