Mathematics is the foundation of the science and technology that supports modern society. By learning
multifaceted mathematics in a systematic manner, students can acquire capabilites that allow them to flexibly
adapt to various career options after graduation, such as continuing studies or finding employment. In
addition, an important tradition of the Department of Mathematics is to foster junior-high or high school
teachers who possess solid, specialized knowledge on mathematics.
The following are features of the education of the Department of Mathematics.
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Subjects Common to All Areas
Graduation Research*
Graduation Research*
Graduation Research*
Graduation Research*
Graduation Research*
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Graduate School
25.2%
Information Industry
22.0%
Education
22.0%
Finance, Insurance
12.5%
Professional and Technical Services
5.5%
Service
2.4%
Retail
1.6%
Electronic Parts, Devices and Electronic Circuits
1.6%
Civil Servant
1.6%
Publishing, Broadcasting
0.8%
Transport, Communication
0.8%
Other Industries
1.6%
Other(persons planning on continuing education, studying abroad, etc.)
2.4%
(As of March 2019)
Title | Name | Research Area | Keyword |
---|---|---|---|
Professor | KANEKO hiroshi | Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics | stochastic processes |
Professor | KATO Keiichi | Basic analysis | partial differential equation |
Professor | KIDA Masanari | Algebra | Number theory |
Professor | KOIKE Naoyuki | Geometry | Differential Geometry |
Professor | KUNUGI Naoko | Algebra | Representations of finite groups |
Professor | OHTA Masahito | Mathematical analysis | Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations |
Professor | SANADA Katsunori | Algebra | ring theory |
Professor | SHIMIZU Katsuhiko | Science education | Mathematics Education, Educational Technology |
Professor | YOKOTA Tomomi | Basic analysis | Partial differential equations |
Junior Associate Professor | Tanaka Mieko | Mathematical analysis | |
Junior Associate Professor | YAMAKAWA Daisuke | Geometry | Symplectic Geometry, Algebraic Geometry |
Assistant Professor | FUKAYA Noriyoshi | Mathematical analysis | Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations |
Assistant Professor | ITABA Ayako | Algebra | Representation theory of algebras/Noncommutative algebraic geometry |
Assistant Professor | ITAGAKI Tomohiro | Algebra | |
Assistant Professor | KAWAMOTO Masaki | Basic analysis | Mathematical Physics |
Assistant Professor | OKADA Nolio | Basic analysis | |
Assistant Professor | TADANO Homare | Geometry | Differential Geometry |
Assistant Professor | YAMAMOTO Hikaru | Geometry | Differential Geometry, Geometry of submanifolds, Geometric Flow |
Assistant Professor | YONEYAMA Taisuke | Basic analysis Mathematical analysis |
Spectral and Scattering Theory Partial Differential Equation |