Poster presentation on ICMMA 2017

    Poster Guidelines

    Poster presentation

    1. The poster board will be 960 mm wide by 1800 mm tall.

    2. The recommended size of your poster is ISO A0 (841 mm × 1189 mm).

    3. Please be sure to use your designated board (announced later).

    4. Please bring your poster with you and locate it from noon on December 11 (Monday)
      before noon on December 12 (Tuesday).

    5. Please remove your poster between 16:30-18:00 unless awarded.

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    Poster awards will be presented to outstanding poster presentations. The award winners will be invited to the banquet in the evening of the day of the poster session.

    List of Posters

    Poster presentation : December 12 (Tue.), 2017 14:00- 16:30
       
    TitleAuthor(s)
    Rupture dynamics of biopolymer bubblesWei Chen (OIST), and Eliot Fried (OIST)
    Mathematical modeling of phononic crystals Riku Kanai (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    and Elliott Ginder (Meiji Univ.)
    In-situ Pore Filling of TiO2 Nanoparticles in
    Honeycomb Patterned Porous Films:
    A Modified Breath Figure Method
    Bo Kyoung Shin (Inje Univ., Korea),
    Umashankar Male (Inje Univ., Korea),
    and Do Sung Huh (Inje Univ., Korea)
    Spontaneous Formation of a Revival
    Wave in a Modified B-Z Reaction System
    Using 1,4-Cyclohexanedione
    Bo Kyoung Shin (Inje Univ., Korea),
    and Do Sung Huh (Inje Univ., Korea)
    Global feedback to reaction diffusion
    system by using
    Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction
    Kota Ohno (Meiji Univ.),
    Toshiyuki Ogawa (Meiji Univ.),
    and Nobuhiko J. Suematsu (Meiji Univ.)
    A Reaction-diffusion Algorithm for
    Segmentation of Liver Sinusoid
    in Rats and their Evaluations
    Hiroto Shoji (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.)
    The size and the solution concentration
    dependence of droplet motion driven by
    interfacial chemical reaction
    Takuto Ogasawara (Meiji Univ),
    and Nobuhiko J. Suematsu (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Bifurcation of camphor motion depending
    on the surface concentration
    Yui Matsuda (Meiji Univ.),
    Yumihiko Ikura (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Kota Ikeda (Meiji Univ., MIMS), and
    and Nobuhiko J. Suematsu (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Variational construction of solutions to
    the fully parabolic Keller-Segel system
    Yoshifumi Mimura (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Cell membrane permeabilization and
    acetaldehyde scavenging explain
    responses to chitosan in the individual
    and collective glycolytic oscillations in
    yeast cells
    Kenichi Shibata (Yokohama Natl. Univ.),
    Takashi Amemiya (Yokohama Natl. Univ.),
    Yu Kawakita (Yokohama Natl. Univ.),
    Kohei Obase (Yokohama Natl. Univ.),
    Kiminori Itoh (Yokohama Natl. Univ.),
    Masahiro Takinoue
    (Tokyo Institute of Technology),
    Satoshi Nakata (Hiroshima Univ.),
    and Tomohiko Yamaguchi (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    A method for early detection of
    neighbor equilibria of a trajectory
    of bacterial population change
    Shinji Nakaoka
    (JST PRESTO, Univ. of Tokyo)
    How does farming technology influence
    on the spread of farmers into
    a region occupied by hunter-gatherers?
    M. H. Kabir (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    and M. Mimura
    (Meiji Univ., MIMS, and Musashino Univ.)

    Global-in-time existence results for
    the two-dimensional
    Hasegawa-Wakatani equations
    Shintaro Kondo (Gifu Univ.)
    Asymptotic behavior of the solution to
    the compressible Navier-Stokes equation
    around space-time periodic flow

    Shota Enomoto (Meiji Univ.)

    Motion of spots on surface

    Ayuki Sekisaka (Meiji Univ.,MIMS),
    Takashi Teramoto
    (Asahikawa Medical Univ.),
    and Shin-Ichiro Ei (Hokkaido Univ.)

    Spiky patterns and spatial heterogeneity Hiroko Yamamoto (Meiji Univ., MIMS)

    A mathematical model for representing
    collective rotational migrations
    of cell groups covered by
    basement membrane

    Takamichi Sushida (Hokkaido Univ., RIES),
    Hitomi Mori (Hokkaido Univ.),
    Sumire Ishida (Hokkaido Univ.),
    Kazuya Furusawa (Hokkaido Univ.),
    Hisashi Haga (Hokkaido Univ.),
    and Masakazu Akiyama (Hokkaido Univ., RIES)
    Proposal of method for characterization
    of formation structure in team sports
    by using Delaunay triangulation
    Takuma Narizuka (Chuo Univ.)
    and Yoshihiro Yamazaki (Waseda Univ.)
    Height Reversal Illusion Caused by
    Human Preference for Rectangularity
    Kokichi Sugihara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    KANSEI evaluation by application of
    our own deep learning
    Hiroe Abe (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Luis Diago (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    and Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Application of pairing origami structure
    to aluminum cans
    Aya Abe (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Yang Yang (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Chie Nara (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Yuko Adachi (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    and Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    The strongest and the best optimized
    foldable safety helmet by
    using origami structures
    Yang Yang (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Chie Nara (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Maria Savchenko (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    and Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Study on design of assembly truss score panelYuko Adachi (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Aya Abe (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Haruka Takiguchi (Meiji Univ., ),
    Kousuke terada (NIT,Fukushima College),
    and Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)