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Geometry and Algebra in Material Science I (Online)


Hold Date 2020-09-07 11:00~2020-09-08 16:40

Place On-line conference in Kyushu University (Zoom)

Geometry and Algebra in Material Science I

: IMI Workshop of the Joint Research Projects


[Date] 

September 7 (Mon) - September 8(Tue), 2020

 

[Place]  

On-line conference in Kyushu University (Zoom)

 

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[Program]

 

September 7 (Mon) , 2020

(10 lectures)

11:00-11:05 Opening

 

11:05-11:45

Kazuaki Kawahara (The Univ. of Tokyo)  Experiments and mathematics of interface structure


11:45-13:30 Lunch


13:30-14:10

Tomoji Kumano (Nippon Steel Corp.) A derivation of coincidence site lattice relations utilizing quaternion and matrix for material engineers

 

14:30-15:10

Shunsuke Kobayashi (Osaka Univ.) Geometrical modeling and numerical analysis on dislocations in solid

 

15:30-16:10

Tomotsugu Shimokawa (Kanazawa Univ.) Relationship between the development of lattice defects and mechanical properties in solid materials through atomic simulations

 

16:30-17:10

Yoshimi Tanaka (Yokohama Nat. Univ.) Fracture of gels and mechanics of osmosis

 


September 8 (Tue), 2020 

11:00-11:30

Hiroyuki Yamagishi (TMCIT) The best constant of discrete Sobolev inequality on regular polyhedra

 

11:35-12:05

Hiroto Sekido (Kyoto Univ.) The best constant of discrete Sobolev inequality on C60 fullerenes


12:05-14:00 Lunch


14:00-14:40

Mamoru Tanaka (NIT, Miyakonjo) A model of amorphous structure similar to crystal structure and percolation

 

15:00-15:40

Kaname Matsue (IMI) Finite-time singularity: a dynamical system approach


16:00-16:30

Junichi Nakagawa (The Univ. of Tokyo) Mathematical research on real-world problems is an educational program for doctorate course students in FMSP (Leading Graduate Course Frontiers of Mathematical Science and Physics) of the University of Tokyo: Problems in Mathematics Motivated by Crystals and Quasi-Crystals II

 

16:30-16:35 Closing

 

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