Mathematical Design Laboratory

Mathematical modeling and analysis of designs

Aspects of physics, engineering and economics can be described by differential equations when mathematically modeled. A subject can be analyzed by finding the solution to its differential equation. For example, how heat is transmitted can be understood from the heat conduction equation. This shows how a variety of phenomena can be analyzed by describing them as differential equations.

College of Design Engineering Department of Design Engineering Common / Graduate School of Engineering and Science(Master's Program) Systems Engineering and Science / Graduate School of Engineering and Science(Doctor's Program) Functional Control Systems Course
Faculty Name
YAMAZAWA, Hiroshi
Keyword
Differential equation theory,Summation theory,q-analog
Laboratory location
No.4 Building OMIYA Campus 4F 4408-2

This lab is for this SDG activity:

  • 質の高い教育をみんなに

STUDY FIELDS

  • Mathematics

FOR SOCIETY

As this is a field of pure mathematics, there are no direct applications in the real world. Our dream is for our work to be used in research in other fields 100 years from now. That said, the ability to see into the true essence of things is useful in society.

RESEARCH THEMES

  • q-discretization of differential equations
  • Diffusion equation analysis

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