Poster presentation on ICMMA2015

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      in a next page. Each board will be numbered on the upper left corner.

    ・The boards will be available on 28th.

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    Poster Award of ICMMA2015

    At the poster presentation, 34 excellent posters were presented.
    Out of posters being reviewed by the organizers, the following posters were awarded.






    Best Poster Award
    "New approach to chemotaxis systems with signal-dependent sensitivity"

    Kentarou Fujie (Tokyo University of Science)


    Poster Award
    "All global bifurcation curves for a cell polarization model"

    Tatsuki Mori (Ryukoku University),
    Kousuke Kuto (University of Electro-Comm.),
    Tohru Tsujikawa (University of Miyazaki),
    Shoji Yotsutani (Ryukoku University)


    "Velocity control in a one-lane lattice in order to maximize flow"

    Hiroki Yamamoto (University of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari(University of Tokyo)


    Incentive Award for Poster Presentation
    "Mathematical analysis for a hybrid system describing Intermittent Androgen Suppression therapy of prostate cancer"

    Kurumi Hiruko (Tohoku University),
    Shinya Okabe (Tohoku University)


    "On traveling wave solutions with convex domains for some free boundary and interface problems"

    Harunori Monobe (Meiji University),
    Hirokazu Ninomiya (Meiji University)


    List of Posters

    Poster Session : October 28 (Wed.), 2015 14:00- 17:00
    TitleAuthor(s)
    Universal heterogeneity in air
    transportation system
    Hidetaka Ito (Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (Univ. of Tokyo)
    New approach to chemotaxis systems
    with signal-dependent sensitivity
    Kentarou Fujie (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
    A reaction-diffusion system and its
    shadow system describing harmful
    algal blooms
    Shintaro Kondo (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Masayasu Mimura (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Differentiation of behavioral type
    induced by environmental variations
    in an amoeba
    Keiichi Ueda (Univ. of Toyama), Itsuki Kunita
    (Kumamoto Univ.), Dai Akita (Hokkaido Univ.),
    Shigeru Kuroda (Hokkaido Univ.),
    Toshiyuki Nakagaki (Hokkaido Univ.)
    Rigorous numerics for fast-slow systems
    with one-dimensional slow variable:
    topological shadowing approach
    Kaname Matsue (Inst. Stat. Math.)
    Velocity control in a one-lane lattice in
    order to maximize flow
    Hiroki Yamamoto (Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari(Univ. of Tokyo)
    Bifurcation analysis of a self-organizing
    signaling system for eukaryotic
    chemotaxis
    Naotoshi Nakamura (RIKEN QBiC),
    Tatsuo Shibata (RIKEN QBiC)
    A topological structure of the absolute
    spectrum
    Ayuki Sekisaka(Hokkaido Univ.)
    Can the weakest species survive the
    struggle for existence?
    Lorenzo Contento (Meiji Univ.),
    Masayasu Mimura (Meiji Univ.)
    Phyllotactic Voronoi tilings on
    Archimedean spiral lattices
    Takamichi Sushida (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Akio Hizume (Ryukoku Univ.),
    Yoshikazu Yamagishi (Ryukoku Univ.)
    Exact analysis of asymmetric simple
    exclusion process with Langmuir
    kinetics
    Jun Sato (Univ. of Tokyo, RCAST),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (Univ. of Tokyo, RCAST)
    An empirical construction of a cellular
    automaton from a continuous system
    and its mathematical analysis
    Akane Kawaharada (Univ. of Shizuoka),
    Tomoyuki Miyaji (Meiji Univ.),
    Naoto Nakano (JST PRESTO/Hokkaido Univ.)
    Adaptive Responses Limited by
    Intrinsic Noise
    Prabhat Shankar(RIKEN QBic),
    Masatoshi Nishikawa(Max Planck Institute,
    Germany), Tatsuo Shibata(RIKEN QBic)
    Mathematical analysis for a hybrid
    system describing Intermittent Androgen
    Suppression therapy of prostate cancer
    Kurumi Hiruko (Tohoku Univ.),
    Shinya Okabe (Tohoku Univ.)
    Collective Intermittent Motion of
    Camphor Disks
    Nobuhiko J. Suematsu (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Satoshi Nakata (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Hiraku Nishimari (HiroshimaUniv., MIMS)
    The minimal speed of traveling wave
    solutions for a diffusive three species
    competition system
    Jong-Shenq Guo (Tamkang Univ.), Yi Wang
    (Univ. of Science and Technology of China),
    Chang -Hong Wu (Univ. of Tainan),
    Chin-Chin Wu (Chung Hsing Univ.)
    Stationary solutions to the Poisson-
    Nernst-Planck equations with steric
    effects
    Li-Chang Hung (National Taiwan Univ.),
    Mach Nguyet Minh (Univ. of Stuttgart)
    On traveling wave solutions with convex
    domains for some free boundary and
    interface problems
    Harunori Monobe (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Hirokazu Ninomiya (Meiji Univ.)
    All global bifurcation curves for a cell
    polarization model
    Tatsuki Mori (Ryukoku Univ.),
    Kousuke Kuto (Univ. of Electro-Comm.),
    Tohru Tsujikawa (Univ. of Miyazaki),
    Shoji Yotsutani (Ryukoku Univ.)
    Mathematical models for vegetation in
    arid ecosystems
    Matthieu Alfaro (Univ. Montpellier 2),
    Hirofumi Izuhara (Univ. of Miyazaki),
    Masayasu Mimura (Meiji Univ.)
    Modeling-aided understanding of
    the coexistence of upstream and
    downstream smolder waves in
    microgravity smoldering combustion
    Ekeoma Ijioma (Meiji Univ.,MIMS),
    Hirofumi Izuhara (Miyazaki Univ.),
    Masayasu Mimura (Meiji Univ.,MIMS)

    Monotonicity of Type II Blow-up Solutions
    to a quasi-linear parabolic partial
    differential equation

    Koichi Anada (Waseda Univ. Senior
    High School), Tetsuya Ishiwata (Shibaura
    Institute of Technology)
    Concentration points in stationary
    solutions of a spatially heterogeneous
    reaction-diffusion equation
    Hiroko Yamamoto(Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Almost complete separation of a fluid
    component from mixture using the
    Burgers' networks of micro-s eparators
    Shinya Watanabe (Ibaraki Univ.),
    Sohei Matsumoto (AIST),
    Naoki Ono (Shibaura Inst. Tech.)
    Fitting Spherical Voronoi Diagram and
    Spherical Laguerre Voronoi Diagram to
    Real World Tessellation s Using Planar
    Photographic Images
    Supanut Chaidee (Meiji Univ.),
    Kokichi Sugihara (Meiji Univ.)
    Self-organized Proportion Regulation R
    esulting from Local Communications
    Mayuko Iwamoto (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Daishin Ueyama (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    3D “portrait” object reconstruction
    from a single image
    Yujing Liao(Meiji Unv.), Maria Savchenko
    (Meiji Unv.), Ichiro Hagiwara(Meiji Unv.)
    Modeling and Simulation of folding paper
    by robotic hands(旧:Folding paper by
    robotic hands: case of simulation)
    Phuong Thao Thai(Meiji Univ.),
    Maria Savchenko(Meiji Univ.),
    Ichiro Hagiwara(Meiji Univ.)
    Origami-based Design for the Platform
    Shoe Application
    Yang Yang(Meiji Univ.), Maria Savchenko
    (Meiji Univ.), Ichiro Hagiwara(Meiji Univ.)
    Automatic Capture of the Spiral Core Kohta Suzuno, Daishin Ueyama (Meiji Univ.)
    A reaction-diffusion device for
    creating optical illusions
    Shintaro Kondo (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Masayasu Mimura (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Kokichi Sugihara (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Takamichi Sushida (Meiji Univ., MIMS) ,
    Akiyasu Tomoeda (Musashino Univ.)
    Design and Construction of a System for
    Paper Folding using LEGO NXT
    Julian Romero(Meiji Univ.),Luis Diago
    (Meiji Univ.),Ichiro Hagiwara(Meiji Univ.)
    An approach to produce real 3d models
    generated from photos
    Bo Yu(Meiji Univ.), Maria Savchenko
    (Meiji Univ.),Ichiro Hagiwara(Meiji Univ.)
    Pulse Dynamics in Some Bistable
    Reaction-Diffusion System
    Kei Nishi (Hokkaido Univ.),
    Yasumasa Nishiura (Tohoku Univ.),
    Takashi Teramoto (Asahikawa Medical Univ.)