Tokyo University of Science

Introduction

Mathematics composes theories in a logical and abstract manner, and serves as an important position in supporting the fundamentals of science. This department cultivates human resources who, in these modern times where mathematical education is directly and indirectly required in various sectors, can respond to such needs.

  • Solidly learn the basic areas of mathematics, such as analysis, algebra and geometry.
  • Broadly spread knowledge to the areas for applied mathematics, such as statistics, information mathematics, and discrete mathematics.
  • Focus energy on training teachers, and respond to the demands of students who wish to become teachers.
  • As the only Department of Mathematics in an Undergraduate School of science in Japan that provides evening education, provide an environment where a variety of students can gather and study, and cultivate superior human resources who can achieve success in a broad array of fields as well as in the field of mathematics research.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Introduction to Mathematics
  • Introduction to Information Mathematics
  • Programming A / B
  • Basics of Mathematics A / B
  • Applied Mathematics 1A / 1B / 2A / 2B
  • Information Processing A / B
  • Computational Mathematics 1A / 1B / 2A / 2B
  • Introduction to Information Systems
  • Information Science 1 / 2
  • Data Processing A / B
  • Introduction to Networks
  • Information Mathematics Research A / B
  • Introduction to System Administrators
  • Mathematics Research A / B
  • English for Mathematics A / B
  • <Elective Courses from Other Departments>
    • Dynamics
    • Electromagnetics 2
    • Physical Mathematics 3
    • Physical Mathematics 4
    • Quantum Dynamics 1
    • Relativity
  • <General Subjects>
    • Human Science
    • English
Analysis
  • Analysis 1 / 2
  • Analysis Research and Discussion
  • Differential Equations A / B
  • Complex Analysis A / B
  • Real Analysis A / B
  • Functional Analysis A / B

Graduation Research

  • Saito Research Group
Algebra
  • Algebra 1 / 2
  • Algebra Research and Discussion
  • Algebra 3A / 3B / 4A / 4B
  • Special Lecture on Algebra A / B
  • Number Theory A / B

Graduation Research

  • Satou Research Group
Geometry
  • Geometry 1A
  • Geometry 1B / 1C / 2A / 2B
  • Special Lecture on Geometry 1A / 1B / 2A / 2B

Graduation Research

  • Ikeda Research Group
  • Yoshioka Research Group
  • Boumuki Research Group
Topology
  • Topology 1
  • Phases A / B
  • Special Lecture on Topology 1A / 1B / 2A / 2B
Probability / Statistics
  • Statistics 1
  • Statistics Research and Discussion
  • Statistics 2A / 2B
  • Special Lecture on Statistics
  • Applied Statistics A / B
  • Introduction to Stochastic Processes A / B

Graduation Research

  • Miyaoka Research Group
Discrete Mathmatics
  • Discrete Mathematics 1A / 1B / 2A / 2B

Graduation Research

  • Kotani Research Group
Mathematics Education
  • Mathematics Education A / B
  • Special Lecture on Mathematics Education 1A / 1B
  • Research Institute on Educational Materials for Mathematics A / B
  • Theory of Mathematics Education 1 / 2
  • Educational Mathematics Research A / B

Graduation Research

  • Ikeda Research Group

Information on Career Paths

  • Graduate School

    18.6%

  • Education

    17.1%

  • Information industry

    12.4%

  • Service

    1.6%

  • Finance, insurance

    1.6%

  • Retail

    1.6%

  • Publishing, broadcasting

    0.8%

  • Healthcare and insurance industries

    0.8%

  • Transport, Communication

    0.8%

  • Other industries

    6.2%

  • Other (persons planning on continuing education, studying abroad, etc.)

    27.9%

  • Science advanced courses

    10.6%

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor MIYAOKA Etsuo General mathematics (includes probability theory/statistical mathematics) statistics
Professor YOSHIOKA Akira Geometry deformation quantization
Associate Professor KOTANI Keiko General mathematics (includes probability theory/statistical mathematics) Graph theory
Associate Professor Saito Isao Basic analysis
Associate Professor SAKO Akifumi Geometry
Associate Professor SATOH Takao Algebra
Geometry
Cohomology of groups, Combinatorial group theory
Topology(Mapping class group of surfaces, Johnson homomorphisms)
Junior Associate Professor ITOU Hiromichi Basic analysis
Assistant Professor KANAZAWA Tomoyo Geometry Symplectic action, Deformation quantization
Assistant Professor MATSUMOTO Toshio Basic analysis Complex Analysis
Assistant Professor NOMURA Jiro
Assistant Professor SHIMOKAWA Asanao General mathematics (includes probability theory/statistical mathematics) Survival time analysis, Machine Learning, Pattern recognition, Image processing

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