In the Physics and Mathematics course, students learn a broad knowledge
of mathematics, physics, and computer programming.

Moreover, students acquire the ability to find and solve scientific problems which appear in today's quickly changing society, communication skills, and information transmission capacity.

Research subjects in this course cover a wide range of mathematics and physics including cross-disciplinary fields.

Tatsuya Uezu

Professor

Nonlinear Physics and Statistical Mechanics of Information Processing

Statistical Mechanics of Information Processing

Keywords : Synchronization-desynchronization phase transition, Phase oscillator network, SK-type interaction, Spin glass, Phase unwrapping

Fujio Kako

Professor

Computer Algebra

Computer algebra system

Keywords : Computer algebra, Computer algebra system, Android, iOS

So Kitsunezaki

Associate Professor

Nonequilibrium Dynamics

Study of pattern formation

Keywords : Nonlinear dynamics, Pattern formation, Physics of granular matters, Rheology

Shuji Kiyokawa

Professor

Laboratory

Plasma Physics

Physics of strongly coupled plasma

Keywords : Hot dense plasmas, density functional theory, average-atom model

Tsuyoshi Kobayashi

Professor

Applied Topology

Mathematical Science of Form

Keywords : 3-manifold, Knots and Links, Mixing fluids, Origami

Masahisa Tsuchiizu

Associate Professor

Condensed-Matter Theory

Theoretical study of electronic states in crystals

Keywords : Condensed matter theory; Low-dimensional electron systems; Renormalization-group method

Shuichiro Tsunoda

Professor

Laboratory

Algebraic geometry - comlpex system

Mathematical sciences for knowledge-based society

Junichi Matsuzawa

Professor

Laboratory

Group Theory

Group Theory and Discrete Geometry

Keywords : group theory, minimal surfaces, gyroid surfaces, Laves' graph, softmatter

Yasushi Yamashita

Professor

3-dimensional visualization of non-Euclidean geometry

Keywords : Topology, hyperbolic geometry, visuallization

Hideo Yoshioka

Professor

Condensed-Matter Theory

Nano electrons system theory

Keywords : graphene、silicene、topological insulators、Dirac electrons