## Division of Intelligent Societal Implementation of Mathematical Computation

The Division of Intelligent Societal Implementation of Mathematical Computation (SIMAC) was established by developing and reorganizing the Laboratory of Advanced Software in Mathematics (LASM). We will promote societal implementations of advanced mathematical theories through large-scale industry-academia collaborations, and play an important role in leading Japan for the construction of an ultra-smart society based on Society 5.0. The specific activities are as follows.

1: Aim at integrating mathematical modeling for solving social issues with the latest computational technology

2: Promote IMI’s industry-academia collaboration activities by conducting joint research with many companies

3: Actively accept researchers from companies as co-researchers or postgraduate doctoral students

4: Aim to expand diverse career paths for graduate students by participating in industry-academia collaboration activities

## Division of Intelligent Societal Implementation of Mathematical Computation, List of Academic Staff

**FUJII, Mikihiro (Assistant Professor)**

nonlinear partial differential equations, harmonic analysis, well-posedness, ill-posedness, large time behavior, singular limit**FUJISAWA, Katsuki (Professor)**

mathematical optimization, graph analysis, high-performance computing, machine learning, deep learning**KAJI, Shizuo (Professor)**

Topology, Homotopy Theory, Computer Graphics**KAMIYAMA, Naoyuki (Professor) (Concurrent)**

Discrete Optimization, Graph Theory, Computational Complexity**MIZOGUCHI, Yoshihiro (Professor) (Concurrent)**

Software Science, Graph Transformation, Theory of Computing**OISHI-TOMIYASU, Ryoko (Professor)**

Applied Algebra / Number Theory, Mathematical Crystallography, Algorithm