 Department of Mathematics
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The Department of Mathematics pursues the philosophy of "carrying out education and research on mathematics that serves as the foundation for various sciences, as well as development of science and society."Education in this department is carried out based on the basic stance that "specialized education that emphasizes dialogues" is important. This enables us to produce graduates who are successful in many different fields of profession in an advanced society, including secondary education. Mathematical research is implemented over a broad scope, and international research exchanges are also actively carried out."
Research Groups & Research Areas

Analysis
It is possible to consider the limits of a sequence of numbers or a sequence of functions. Analysis is a field in which we observe and research changing quantities by use of these limits.
Aiki Research Group / Hiraba Research Group / Matsumoto Research Group / Tachikawa Research Group / Ushijima Research Group / Yamazaki Research Group

Geometry
Broadly speaking, geometry is related to how shapes are perceived. However, geometry does not necessarily deal with visible objects only but also covers views and concepts in a wider sense.
Baba Research Group / Hirose Research Group / Ohashi Research Group / Tanaka Research Group

Algebra
Algebra systematically examines structures such as real numbers, complex numbers, and vectors while focusing on the nature of operations such as addition and multiplication. Why does the multiplication of a negative number by a negative number result in a positive number? Algebra finds the answers to questions we have since our days at elementary school.
Aoki Research Group / Hachimori Research Group / Ito Research Group / Kashio Research Group / Komatsu Research Group

Department of Mathematics
It is applied mathematics that finds an answer by using mathematics for various problems in the modern society. I make use of being the course in mathematics of the department of science and engineering and study it other than science and technology studies in cooperation with the field.
Aiki Research Group / Aoki Research Group / Hiraba Research Group / Ito Research Group / Komatsu Research Group / Ushiima Research Group
List of Faculty Members
Name  Title  Research Area  Keyword 

HIRABA Seiji  Professor  Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics  Probability Theory, Theory of Stochastic Processes 
HIROSE Susumu  Professor  Geometry  Lowdimensional topology 
ITO Hiroyuki  Professor  Theory of informatics Algebra 
Applied Algebra Algebebraic Geometry 
MATSUMOTO Kazuko  Professor  Basic analysis  Complex analysis, Several complex variables 
TACHIKAWA Atsushi  Professor  Basic analysis  Nonlinear PDE, weak solution, regularity, singularity, variable coefficient 
TANAKA Makiko  Professor  Geometry  symmetric spaces, Lie groups, submanifolds 
Yamazaki Taeko  Professor  Basic analysis  partial differential equations 
AOKI Hiroki  Associate Professor  Algebra  modular forms 
Hachimori Yoshitaka  Associate Professor  Algebra  Number theory, Iwasawa theory, elliptic curves, Selmer groups, padic Lie extensions 
KASHIO Tomokazu  Associate Professor  Algebra  number theory 
KOMATSU Toru  Associate Professor  Algebra  number theory 
OHASHI Hisanori  Associate Professor  Algebra  algebraic geometry 
USHIJIMA Takeo  Associate Professor  Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics  Applied Mathematics, Partial Differential Equation, Numerical Analysis 
AIKI Masashi  Junior Associate Professor  Mathematical analysis  Partial Differential Equations, Mathematical Science 
BABA Kurando  Junior Associate Professor  Geometry  Differential Geometry 
SOBAJIMA Motohiro  Junior Associate Professor  Basic analysis  Partial Differential Equations 
ENOKIZONO Makoto  Assistant Professor  
KAJIWARA Naoto  Assistant Professor  Mathematical analysis  Partial Differential Equations, Parabolic Evolution Equations 
MATSUMOTO Yuya  Assistant Professor  
OMORI Genki  Assistant Professor  Geometry  mapping class group 
Information on Career Paths

Information Industry32.6%

Graduate School23.9%

Education, Learning Support21.7%

Machinery and Appliances5.4%

Wholesale and Retail Trade4.3%

Finance, Insurance2.2%

Professional and Technical Services2.2%

Transport and Postal Activities1.1%

Civil Servant1.1%

Food1.1%

Electronic Parts1.1%

Other (persons planning on continuing education, studying abroad, etc.)3.3%