Towards Boundary Domains between Dynamics and Statistics

Mathematical concepts of dynamical systems can be used in order to model various complex phenomena resulting from complicated interactions among many elements. Concepts of statistics are employed for capturing properties of a large number of elements. These two dimensional approaches are jointed with a concept of ergodicity. In our laboratory, we attempt to develop novel applications of mathematical tools, computer softwares, and architecture to both industrial and academic fields with concepts of chaos theory, ergodic theory, statistics, stochastic processes, and more. We are exploring to solve problems in chaotic theory, computer simulation, stochastic processes, and data-centric sciences.

Chaos Codes
P(prime number)=173
q(primitive root)=2

Research Topics

Details of information on research topics are presented in staff's web pages. If you have any questions on research and studies please contact our staffs directly by e-mail.

Professor Ken UMENO (→Personal page)

Associate Professor Akito IGARASHI (→Personal page)

Assistant Professor Aki-Hiro SATO (→Personal page)