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Professor, Department of Mathematics, Hokkaido University

My research interests are in understanding nonlinear dynamical phenomena observed in the evolutions of incompressible fluid motions;

I am awarded a JST PRESTO research fellowship for the project, "Dynamical Systems Theory for Hydrospheric Environments"(2007-2010) and the sequel project of JST CREST, "Towards a Paradigm Shift Created by Mathematics of Vortex-Boundary Interactions" (2010-2016).

  • Dissipative weak solutions of the Euler equations and turbulence
  • Dynamics of Point Vortices (on sphere/in multiply connected domains)
  • Mathematical theory of the incompressible and inviscid flows in multiply connected regions for hydrospheric environmental problems
  • Singularity formation and long-time behavior of vortex sheets
  • Mathematical analysis for models for 3D Navier-Stokes and Euler equations
  • Topological chaos appearing in the turbulent flow
  • Two-dimensional turbulence and statistical property of point vortices

Keywords:

  • Research Objects: Vortex sheet, Fluid flow on sphere, Point Vortex, Singularity formation in fluids, Kelvin-Helmholtz instability, 3D Navier-Stokes and Euler equations, Theory of Chaotic Mixing (Topological Chaos), 2D turbulence, Hamiltonian dynamical systems
  • Topics in Mathematics: Nonlinear dynamical systems, Bifurcation theory, Partial differential equations, Mathematical Braid
  • Numerical Methods: Vortex method, Spectral method, Fast tree-codes, Fast Multipole Method, Parallel computations, Particle methods


last update: 11/18/2012
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