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IMI Colloquium

A lecture meeting called the “IMI Colloquium” is held every second Wednesday of the month at the Institute of Mathematics for Industry to promote mathematics-related collaboration and research exchanges with industry. The IMI Colloquium enables representatives of industry to interact with researchers active in advanced mathematical research and to ask them about case studies and results of collaborative research in mathematics. It also enables industry representatives to make proposals about the direction of mathematics research and the training of company personnel involved in mathematics. In this way, the IMI Colloquium serves as a forum for presenting diverse viewpoints on the role of mathematics as a technology supporting society and for deepening exchanges through discussions.

Title Speaker Event Date
Application of state space model to business Eiji MOTOHASHI (Graduate School of International Social Sciences, Yokohama National University) 2020-07-08~2020-07-08
Introduction to intellectual property for mathematicians Tetsuhiro MORIYAMA (Institute of Mathematics for Industry) 2020-06-24~2020-06-24
Mathematical models for forest ecosystems Akiko SATAKE (Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Kyushu University) 2020-01-29~2020-01-29
Mathematics and computer graphics: Mathematical visualization by shader Tatsuki HAYAMA (Senshu University) 2020-01-08~2020-01-08
On the cryptosystem in Quantum Computer era Koichiro AKIYAMA (TOSHIBA Corporation R&D Center) 2019-12-19~2019-12-19
Lawyers Seek the Help of Mathematicians Shinto TERAMOTO (Faculty of Law, Kyushu University) 2019-12-11~2019-12-11
Mathematical model analysis of “regime shift” in alpine vegetation caused by global warming Tetsuo YABUKI (General Education Department, Faculty of Economics, Hokusei Gakuen University) 2019-11-14~2019-11-14
Applications of Predictive Modeling in Actuarial Science Hirokazu IWASAWA (Kobo Iwahiro) 2019-10-09~2019-10-09
Security of Machine Learning Satsuya OHATA (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)) 2019-07-10~2019-07-10
Development of an optimization tool for well placement problem with evolutionary computation Atsuhiro MIYAGI (Taisei Corporation, Technology Center, Infrastructure Technology Research Department, Geotechnical Research section) 2019-06-12~2019-06-12