Mathematics is a beautiful science built on rigorous logic. It creates a foundation for science and technology, through the development of which it has a close mutual relationship with physics and other fields in the natural sciences. On the other hand, a knowledge of computers is also essential in this era of rapidly evolving information technology.
The Department of Mathematics offers an extension to traditional mathematics courses, including a comprehensive study of physics, computers and other topics built around mathematics. We foster talented human resources, not just with specialist knowledge but also with the ability to apply logical thinking and flexible ideas. We teach with the aim of fostering human resources able to contribute to the development of cultures, and who will serve in a range of fields in education and information industries after graduation.
The Department of Mathematics is therefore looking for students with the following characteristics: Students who are skilled in mathematics, who have a love of mathematics, who have an intense interest in mathematics and related fields, and who want to learn the power of logical thinking.
Teaching and Research Faculty
- Yohei Tsutsui SOAR Assistant Professor
- Kakeya conjecture,
Local smoothing conjecture,
- Bin XIE SOAR Associate Professor
- Theory of probability,
Stochastic partial differential equations