Yuki Izumida

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Yuki IZUMIDA

Graduate School of Frontier Sciences
The University of Tokyo
Lecturer

5-1-5 Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa-shi, Chiba-ken 277-8561
Tel: +81-4-7136-3934

E-mail:izumida@k.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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Biography

March 2011 Doctor of Philosophy in the field of Quantum and Condensed-Matter Physics at the Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido University
April 2010 Research Fellowship for Young Scientists (DC2) (Hokkaido University)
April 2011 Research Fellowship for Young Scientists (PD) (The University of Tokyo)
April 2012 Project Collaborative Researcher, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo
May 2012 Project Researcher, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo
July 2012 Project Research Fellow, Center for Simulation Sciences, Ochanomizu University
April 2013 Research Fellowship for Young Scientists (PD) (Ochanomizu University)
April 2015 Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya University
April 2017 Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Informatics, Nagoya University
May 2019 Lecturer, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Research Topics

I am studying fundamental aspects of complex and dynamical systems described by nonequilibrium statistical mechanics and nonlinear dynamics through mathematical modeling of specific systems in physics, engineering, and biology. The research subjects I have being working on include theory of thermodynamic efficiency of nonequilibrium heat engines, dynamical modeling of a low-temperature-differential Stirling engine and elucidation of its rotational mechanism, and construction of energetics of synchronization in coupled oscillators.

 

Selected Publications

Nonlinear Dynamics Lab

Nonlinear Physics Lab. (Department of Complexity Science and Engineering)
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Modeling and analysis of dynamical systems


Hiroshi
Kori

Professor

Yuki
Izumida

Lecturer

To understand natural, biological, and artificial systems, we perform mathematical modeling and analysis. Moreover, closely collaborating with experimentalists of various fields, we try to solve problems related to our lives. 

Modeling and development of general theories
By constructing simple models that describe complex dynamical phenomena, we try to understand, predict, and control such phenomena. Moreover, through the generalizing and abstraction of problems, we try to construct general theories. Examples of our subjects include biological rhythms, locomotion, hydrodynamic phenomena, power grids, transportation networks, traffic networks, pattern formation in biological and chemical systems, social systems, neural networks.

Collaboration with experimentalists
To solve problems closely related to our lives, we collaborate with researchers of various disciplines such as engineering and biology. Our roles are to provide theoretical ideas, to analyze and interpret experimental data, and to propose new experiments. 

Keywords
nonlinear phenomena, oscillations, synchronization, fluctuation, complex networks, control, optimization, biological rhythms, circadian rhythms, locomotion, biological physics

Hiroshi KORI

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Hiroshi KORI

Graduate School of Frontier Sciences
The University of Tokyo
Professor

5-1-5 Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa-shi, Chiba-ken 277-8561
Tel: +81 4 7136 3936

E-mail:kori@k.u-tokyo.ac.jp

[Personal Site]

Biography

March 2003 Doctor of Physics, Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
April 2004 Research Fellow of Max Planck Society (Fritz Haber Institute
March 2005 Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow (Fritz Haber Institute)

April 2006

Research Fellow, Department of Mathematics, Hokkaido University
March 2008 Assistant Professor, Ochadai Academic Production, Ochanomizu University
April 2012 Associate Professor, Affiliation: Department of Computer SciencesOchanomizu University
September 2018 Professor, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Research Topics

I am working on various dynamical systems, such as
– Synchronization
– Complex networks
– Biological rhythms, circadian rhythms, jet lag
– Locomotion
– Power grids, transportation networks
– Self-organization, pattern formation
– Chemical reactions
– Micro-Macro links in nonlinear non-equilibrium systems

 

Selected Publications

  • H. Kori, Y. Yamaguchi, H. Okamura: “Accelerating recovery from jet lag: prediction from a multi-oscillator model and its experimental confirmation in model animals”, Scientific Reports 7, 17466 (2017)
  • H. Kori, Y. Kuramoto, S. Jain, I.Z. Kiss, J.L. Hudson: “Clustering in Globally Coupled Oscillators Near a Hopf Bifurcation: Theory and Experiments”, Phys. Rev. E 89, 062906 (2014)
  • Y. Yamaguchi, H. Kori, H. Okamura et al: “Mice Genetically Deficient in Vasopressin V1a and V1b Receptors Are Resistant to Jet Lag”, Science 342,  85 (2013)
  • I. Imayoshi, H. Kori, R. Kageyama et al.: “Oscillatory Control of Factors Determining Multipotency and Fate in Mouse Neural Progenitors”, Science 342, 1203 (2013)
  • I.Z. Kiss, C.G. Rusin, H. Kori, J.L. Hudson: “Engineering Complex Dynamical Structures: Sequential Patterns and Desynchronization”, Science 316, 1886 (2007)