International Conference

ICMMA 2022

International Conference on "Topology and its Applications to Engineering and Life Science"
「トポロジーとその工学,生命科学への応用」


 
Index

Outline of the Conference ICMMA 2022


Registration


List of Speakers


Program


Poster Session


Organizing Committee


 
What's New
Oct. 25Registration for Poster session starts.
Oct. 24The program is released.
Oct. 17Registration for participation starts.
Oct. 11The web page for ICMMA 2022 is now available.

Outline of the Conference ICMMA 2022

Aims and Scope The aim of this conference is to focus on the applications of topology to various research fields beyond the traditional boundary of disciplines. Experts in a wide range of fields, including topology, data science, engineering, life science and material science will gather and, through oral/poster presentations and discussions, promote the development of this interdisciplinary research field. Participation of young researchers is especially encouraged.
Organizers and Cooperation Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS),
Interdisciplinary Research Project for Application of Topology to Engineering and Life Science
 
Date Mon. 28th - Wed. 30th November 2022
2022年11月28日(月)ー30日(水)
Venue Oral Presentation: On-line via Zoom webinar
Poster Session: LINC Biz meeting

Japanese

English

List of Speakers

Javier Arsuaga
(UC Davis)

Jason Cantarella
(University of Georgia)

Tetsuo Deguchi
(Ochanomizu University)

Emerson G. Escolar
(Kobe University)

Yasuaki Hiraoka
(Kyoto University)

Shizuo Kaji
(Kyushu University)

Anibal M. Medina-Mardones
(MPI Bonn)

Cristian Micheletti
(SISSA)

Naoki Sakata
(Ochanomizu University)

Chris Soteros
(University of Saskatchewan)

Naoya Tanabe
(Kyoto University)

Tomoki Uda
(AIMR, Tohoku University)

Kelin Xia
(Nanyang Technological University)

Ken’ichi Yoshida
(Ochanomizu University)

Registration

For all participants

The registration fee is free. Please click the "Registration" buttons to open the registration forms (coming soon).

 

Due to the online system, the registrations for the conference and the poster session are independent.

 

Please submit both registrations.

*Registration for the Conference (Zoom webinar)
 
  
*Registration for the Poster Session
 

After receiving the mail from the LINC Biz system, you need to register for the LINC Biz account.

 

※ For Inquiry to MIMS office by e-mail: icmma[at]meiji.ac.jp (replace [at] with @)
 

  'Zoom Client for Meetings app' download site
 

Registration of LINC Biz account

  Japanese        English
 

Poster Session Guidelines

  Poster Session Guidelines
 

For poster presenters

Please click the "Submission" button and fill in the requested items on the submission form below.
Due to the online system, the registration for the conference and the submission of the poster presentation are independent.
Therefore, please also click the "Registration" button in the above to attend the conference.
 

※ Application for poster presentation

  Deadline
     Till 25th (Fri.) of November, 2022, 17:00 JST
 

closed


 

Program

Presentation Title and Time (JST)
Japan Standard Time (JST) is 9 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Date:Mon. 28th – Wed. 30th November 2022
Venue: On-line via Zoom webinar


November 28
9:00 - 9:10

Opening

9:10 - 10:00

Shizuo Kaji (Kyushu University)
"Modelling preference with hyperplane arrangement"
Abstract

10:10 - 11:00

Kelin Xia (Nanyang Technological University)
"Mathematical AI for molecular data analysis"
Abstract

11:10 - 12:00

Naoya Tanabe (Kyoto University)
"Analyses of lung structure on computed tomography in patients with chronic lung diseases using persistent homology"
Abstract

17:00 - 17:50

Cristian Micheletti(SISSA)
"Designed self-assembly of molecular knots, links and topological gels"
Abstract

18:00 - 18:50

Anibal M. Medina-Mardones (MPI Bonn)
"Persistence Steenrod modules"
Abstract

 
November 29
9:00 - 9:50

Javier Arsuaga(UC Davis)
"Topology and liquid crystals models of DNA packing in bacteriophages"

10:00 - 10:50

Yasuaki Hiraoka (Kyoto University)
"Is the persistence diagram really a stable data descriptor?"
Abstract

11:00 - 11:50

Tetsuo Deguchi (Ochanomizu University)
"Exact approach to the elasticity of phantom polymer networks via application of homology"
Abstract

17:00 -18:00

Poster Session

18:00 - 18:20

Emerson G. Escolar (Kobe University)
"Mapping Firms' Locations in Technological Space: A Topological Analysis of Patent Statistics"
Abstract

18:30 – 18:50

Tomoki Uda (AIMR, Tohoku University)
"Application of Topological Flow Data Analysis to Meteorology and Oceanography"
Abstract

 
November 30
9:00 - 9:50

Jason Cantarella(University of Georgia)
"Modeling Freely Jointed Ring Polymers (and Topological Polymers) with Conformal Barycenter Sampling".
Abstract

10:00 - 10:50

Chris Soteros(University of Saskatchewan)
"Lattice models of Polymers with applications to DNA topology experiments"
Abstract

11:00 - 12:00

Discussion

17:00 - 17:20

Naoki Sakata(Ochanomizu University)
"Stabilizations on polycontinuous patterns"
Abstract

17:30 - 17:50

Ken’ichi Yoshida(Ochanomizu University)
"A mathematical model of network elastoplasticity"
Abstract

18:00 – 18:20

Closing Ceremony

 

Poster Session

Date:Tuesday 29th, November 2022
日時:2022年11月29日(火)17:00 -18:00
 

Poster Presentation List
PresenterTitle
1. Liu Enhao
 (Kyoto University)
Curse of dimensionality in persistence diagrams
2. JunJie Wee
 (Nanyang Technological University)
Mathematical AI for Molecular Sciences
3. Yasuhiko Asao
 (Fukuoka University)
Introduction to Magnitude homology
4. Xiang Liu
 (Nankai University)
Persistent Tor-algebra for protein-protein interaction analysis
5. Rena Shiraishi
 (Meiji University)
The ultradian temperature cycle modulates circadian oscillations in the suprachiasmatic nucleus
6. Tomoko Namie
 (Meiji University)
The relationship between sleep-wake rhythm and menstrual cycle in healthy women in their 20s
7. Chenguang Xu
 (Kyoto University)
Interval approximations for fully commutative quivers
8. Inasa Nakamura
 (Kanazawa University)
Transformations of partial matchings and their associated dotted graphs
9. Jun Yoshida
 (RIKEN AIP)
Time-dependent persistent homology and logic on sheaves
10. Masaki Ogawa
 (Saitama University)
Decompositions of 3-manifolds with some handlebodies and their applications


 

Poster Session Guidelines

In ICMMA2022, we use an online poster session system by LINC Biz, and we prepare the short talk session to introduce your presentation. The link to the registration and the uploading site will be sent to you after the deadline of submission from the LINC Biz system.
 

The upload file must follow the instruction below

1. File formats must be PDF, JPEG, PNG, or MP4.
2. Up to 100MB per file can be uploaded
3. Up to 6 slides

To attend the poster session, please follow the instructions below.

 Registration procedure

Japanese      English


 

Organizing Committee

Program Committee
 

      

Shizuo Kaji (IMI, Kyushu University)

      

Toshitake Kohno (Meiji University)

      

Koya Shimokawa (Ochanomizu University)

Organizing Committee

Chair:

Toshitake Kohno (Meiji University)

Members:

Kazushi Ahara (Meiji University)

 

Hiroshi Matano (Meiji University)

 

Masashi Shiraishi (Meiji University)

 

Masaaki Suzuki (Meiji University)

Please contact us for further information:
 icmma[at]meiji.ac.jp (replace [at] with @)