Mathematical Workshops and Seminars
Sapporo Symposium on Partial Differential Equations
The purpose of this symposium is to promote various areas of partial differential equation so that people can understand the ideas of these fields. For this reason, we have prepared about six survey-type lectures and have taken a long discussion time after the lectures. The course of the lecture depends on the members’ interests of the Department, but has been carefully selected so that the symposium does not become a seminar for a particular research group.
The symposium is held every year to introduce the latest developments in PDEs that are of great interest regardless of the method of a particular research group. This symposium was first held in 1975 by Prof. Taira SHIROTA. Prof. Koji KUBOTA and Prof. Rentaro AGEMI contributed greatly to the symposium. As a result of their efforts, the Sapporo Symposium on Partial Differential Equations has been counted as one of the major symposiums on partial differential equations in Japan since the late 1980s. This symposium has become an international symposium since the mid-1990s thanks to the efforts of Prof. Tohru OZAWA and Prof. Yoshikazu GIGA.
Northeastern Symposium on Mathematical Analysis
This is an international symposium on Mathematical Analysis sponsored by Tohoku University and Hokkaido University. Comprehensive lectures and the latest topics in mathematical analysis are discussed in the lecture. In addition, lectures and poster sessions are given by graduate students of both universities. The symposium is open to the public and brings together researchers from other regions as well as researchers from the Tohoku and Hokkaido regions, contributing to the promotion of research activities in both regions.
The 1st symposium was held in Sapporo Tenjinyama Guest House in February 2000. The second symposium was held at Tohoku University in February 2001. The symposium are held in Hokkaido or in Sendai usually in February for two days. The symposium was started with a proposal from Prof. Izumi TAKAGI at Tohoku University. The first workshop was organized by Prof. Izumi TAKAGI and Prof. Yoshikazu GIGA at Hokkaido University.
Mathematics Conference for Young Researchers
This is a research meeting organized and operated by graduate students at our department. The aim is to encourage young researchers in various fields related to mathematics to discover new research themes as well as expand their own research, and expand human networks.
HU and SNU Symposium on Mathematics
Hokkaido Seminars on Special Functions
This seminar studies interesting special functions arising from algebraic geometry, number theory geometry, representation theory, functional equation theory, etc.
Place: Faculty of Science Building #4, Room 501
Schedule: Friday, from 17:00 to 18:30. *The place and time may be changed, please check the seminar information.
Contact: IWASAKI Katsunori, MATSUMOTO Keiji
Speakers from inside/outside of our department will provide interesting contents from cutting-edge topics throughout geometry. The talks are for beginners including graduate students as well as for experts.
Place: Faculty of Science Building #3, Room 204
Schedule: Friday, from 16:30 to 18:00
Contact: KASUYA Naohiko
Applied Singularity Theory Labo Seminar (ASTL seminar)
We have seminars on the singularity theory of functions and maps and its various applications. We invite speakers both by self-nominations and recommendations. Please contact the seminar contact below.
Schedule: Thursday or Friday, from 16:30 to 18:00 *Held irregularly
Contact: ISHIKAWA Goo
Seminar on Representation Theory
This seminar is about PDE theory and its related themes (applied analysis, mathematical physics, etc.)
Place: Faculty of Science Building #3, Room 309
Schedule: Friday, from 16:30 to 17:30 or from 16:30 to 18:00. (teatime 16:00-16:30)
Organizers: KURODA Hirotoshi, HAMAMUKI Nao, FURUYA Takashi
Mathematical Science Seminar
This seminar covers the topics in general aspects of mathematical science, especially non-linear physics, probability theory, mathematical physics, and chaotic dynamical systems.
Contact: SATO Yuzuru, SAKAI Akira, MIYAO Tadahiro, NAMIKI Takao, TERAMOTO Hiroshi
Hokkaido MMC Seminar
This seminar is hosted by the Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido University. We welcome speakers from various fields, both theoretical and experimental, using nonlinear phenomena and mathematical modeling. If you want to give a presentation, please email to the Contact below.
Place: Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido University, Mid-Campus Open Laboratory Building No.2
Schedule: From 16:30 to 18:00 *For further information, please check the MMC Seminar Website.
Contact: EI Shin-Iichiro, NAGAYAMA Masaharu, KOBAYASHI Yasuaki, OHNO Kota.
Monday Analysis Seminar
We hold seminars on analysis; including real analysis, complex analysis, functional analysis, global analysis, harmonic analysis, operator algebra, probability theory, etc. We welcome speakers both self-nominations and other recommendations. The seminars are usually held on Mondays but we can accommodate the time and place according to the speakers’ convenience.
Place: Faculty of Science Building #3, Room 210
Schedule: Monday, from 15:00 to 16:30 (mainly)
Contact: KOBAYASHI Masaharu, HASEBE Takahiro, HARA Tadanobu, MASAMUNE Jun