International Conference

ICMMA 2023

International Conference on "Reaction-diffusion systems: from the past to the future"
— in memory of Prof.Masayasu Mimura —
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Index

Outline of the Conference ICMMA 2023


List of Speakers


Registration


Program


Poster Presentation


Organizing Committee


Transportation


 
What's New
Nov. 74 excellent posters were awarded.
Oct. 30Page was updated: List of Poster Presentation
Oct. 23Registration for on-site participation is closed.
Oct. 3The program is released.
Sep. 12Registration for Poster session starts.
Sep. 12Registration for participation starts.
Sep. 7The web page for ICMMA 2023 is now available.

Outline of the Conference ICMMA 2023

Organizers and Cooperation MEXT Joint Usage / Research Center "Center for Mathematical Modeling and Applications"(CMMA)
Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS) 
Date October 31–November 2, 2023
 (Poster presentations will be held on November 1)
Venue On site
Room 603, 6F High-Rise Wing, Nakano Campus, Meiji University
4-21-1 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-8525
 
On-line participation

Transportation to Meiji University

Campus Map

Schedule October 31 (Tuesday), invited talks (room 603) 9:50~17:00
 
November 1 (Wednesday),
   invited talks (room 603) 9:50~12:30
   poster session (open space of the 6th floor) 14:00~16:00
   banquet (open space of the 6th floor) 17:00~19:00
 
November 2 (Thursday), invited talks (room 603) 9:50~15:30
Internet Access The eduroam wireless network is available on campus. If your institution participates in eduroam, we recommend that you set up your eduroam account before traveling. For eduroam-related problems, please contact your home institution's technical support.

List of Speakers

Arnaud Ducrot
(Université Le Havre Normandie, France)

Shin-Ichiro Ei
(Hokkaido University, Japan)

Quentin Griette
(Université Le Havre Normandie, France)

Jong-Shenq Guo
(Tamkang University, Taiwan)

Danielle Hilhorst
(Université Paris-Saclay, France)

Hideo Ikeda
(University of Toyama, Japan)

Hirofumi Izuhara
(Miyazaki University, Japan)

Hiroshi Matano
(Meiji University, Japan)

Yoshihisa Morita
(Ryukoku University, Japan)

Yasumasa Nishiura
(Hokkaido University, Japan)

Philippe Souplet
(Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, France)

Yoshitaro Tanaka
(Future University Hakodate, Japan)

Joe Yuichiro Wakano
(Meiji University, Japan)

Chang-Hong Wu
(National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)

Registration

Registration for on-site participation and
poster presentation

The confirmation email will be sent to the address you entered when you registered.
If you would like to give a poster presentation, please register from the URL sent by this email.

Please click the "Registration" buttons to open the registration forms.
 

Registration Deadline
Please register by October 16 (Mon.), 2023.


Registration for on-site participation and the Poster Presentation is closed at 23rd of October.

*Registration

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Registration fee: free
 

Banquet and Poster Awards conferment ceremony
Please register in advance for the sake of convenience of our preparation. Banquet will be held on November 1 (Wed.) :
          5,000 Japanese-yen for general attendants
          2,000 Japanese-yen for students
Please pay the banquet fee by Japanese-yen at the banquet site.

Registration for online participation

Online participation.
※Poster presentation will be held on-site only.

*Registration

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

Program

Date: October 31–November 2, 2023
Venue:
 On site: Room 603, 6F High-Rise Wing, Nakano Campus
 On-line: via Zoom webinar


October 31
9:40~9:50

Opening

9:50~10:30

Arnaud Ducrot (Université Le Havre Normandie, France)
"Spatial propagation for nonlocal non-autonomous Fisher-KPP equation"
Abstract

10:40~11:20

Joe Yuichiro Wakano (Meiji University, Japan)
"Ecocultural range-expansion model of modern humans in Paleolithic"
Abstract

11:20

    Coffee Break

11:50~12:30

Jong-Shenq Guo (Tamkang University, Taiwan)
"Traveling wave solutions for a three-species diffusive competition system"
Abstract

12:30

    Break

14:00~14:40

Hideo Ikeda(University of Toyama, Japan)
"Stability of single transition layer solutions in mass-conserving reaction-diffusion systems with bistable nonlinearity "
Abstract

14:50~15:30

Hirofumi Izuhara (Miyazaki University, Japan)
"Traveling wave solutions of combustion in a narrow channel"
Abstract

15:30

    Coffee Break

16:20~17:00

Danielle Hilhorst (Université Paris-Saclay, France)
"Two phase Stefan problems as the singular limit of competition-diffusion systems arising in population dynamics"
Abstract

 
November 1
9:50~10:30

Yasumasa Nishiura(Hokkaido University, Japan)
"The floodgates to pattern formation problems"
Abstract

10:40~11:20

Yoshitaro Tanaka (Future University Hakodate, Japan)
"Keller-Segel type approximation for nonlocal Fokker-Planck equations in one-dimensional bounded domain"
Abstract

11:20

    Coffee Break

11:50~12:30

Chang-Hong Wu (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
"Spreading fronts arising from the singular limit of reaction-diffusion systems"
Abstract

12:30

    Break

14:00~16:00

Poster Session

16:00

    Coffee Break

17:00~19:00

Banquet / Poster Awards

 
November 2
9:50~10:30

Yoshihisa Morita (Ryukoku University, Japan)
"Segregation pattern in a reaction-diffusion model of asymmetric cell division"
Abstract

10:40~11:20

Quentin Griette (Université Le Havre Normandie, France)
"Speed-up of traveling waves by negative chemotaxis"
Abstract

11:20

    Coffee Break

11:50~12:30

Shin-Ichiro Ei (Hokkaido University, Japan)
"A Billiard Problem in Nonlinear Dissipative Systems"
Abstract

12:30

    Break

14:00~14:40

Philippe Souplet(Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, France)
"Convergence, concentration and critical mass phenomena for a model of cell migration with signal production on the boundary"
Abstract

14:50~15:30

Hiroshi Matano (Meiji University, Japan)
"Front propagation in the presence of obstacles"
Abstract

15:30~15:40

Closing

 

    Poster Award of ICMMA 2023






    Excellent Poster Presentation Award
    “Stationary and oscillatory Turing patterns for reaction-diffusion systems of topological signals coupled by the Dirac operator”

    Riccardo Muolo (Tokyo Institute of Technology),
    Timoteo Carletti (Univ. of Namur),
    Ginestra Bianconi (Queen Mary Univ.),
    Lorenzo Giambagli (Univ. of Florence),
    Lucille Calmon (INSERM Paris)


    “Estimating underlying network structures from observed two-mode clustering patterns using nonlocal monostable equation with sign-changing kernel”

    Ryu Fujiwara (Meiji University, Graduate School of Advanced Mathematical Sciences)


    “Mathematical modeling of the chemical reaction system robot which simultaneous controls sensing of the environment and movements”

    Arashi Odanaka (Future University Hakodate),
    Yoshitaro Tanaka(Future University Hakodate),
    Shigeru Sakurazawa(Future University Hakodate)


    “Blocking and propagation phenomena in spatially undulating cylindrical domains”

    Ryunosuke Mori (Meiji University),
    Hiroshi Matano (MIMS, Meiji Univ.)

Poster Presentation

Date:Wednesday 1st, November 2023, 14:00 -16:00
 

Poster Presentation List
Poster title Author(s) Name
1.
"Stationary and oscillatory Turing patterns for reaction-diffusion systems of topological signals coupled by the Dirac operator"
 
 
Riccardo Muolo (Tokyo Institute of Technology),
Timoteo Carletti (Univ. of Namur),
Ginestra Bianconi (Queen Mary Univ.),
Lorenzo Giambagli (Univ. of Florence),
Lucille Calmon (INSERM Paris)
2.
“A Mathematical Model and Its Mathematical Analysis Representing Filtration and Filter Clogging in an Aquarium”
Ken Furukawa (RIKEN),
Hiroyuki Kitahata(Chiba Univ.) 
 
3.
“Estimating underlying network structures from observed two-mode clustering patterns using nonlocal monostable equation with sign-changing kernel”
Ryu Fujiwara (Meiji University)
 
 
4.
“Mathematical modeling of the chemical reaction system robot which simultaneous controls sensing of the environment and movements”
Arashi Odanaka (Future University Hakodate),
Yoshitaro Tanaka(Future University Hakodate), Shigeru Sakurazawa(Future University Hakodate)
5.
“Segmented pattern for oscillated reaction-diffusion system”
Ayuki Sekisaka (Meiji University)
6.
“Traveling Waves in a Reaction-Diffusion System for the Spread of Early Farming in Europe”

M. Humayun Kabir (Jahangirnagar University),
Toshiyuki Ogawa (Meiji Univ.)
7.
“Stability of Periodic Traveling Waves and Spiral wave Dynamics in Excitable Reaction-Diffusion Systems”
M. Osman Gani (Jahangirnagar University), Toshiyuki Ogawa (Meiji Univ.)
8.
“Interface motion of Allen-Cahn equation with nonlinear anisotropic diffusivity”
Park Hyunjoon (Meiji University)
9.
“Blocking and propagation phenomena in spatially undulating cylindrical domains”
 
Ryunosuke Mori (Meiji University),
Hiroshi Matano (MIMS, Meiji Univ.)
10.
“Non-equilibrium Oscillatory Resonance with Delayed Dynamics”
Kenta Ohira (Nagoya University)
11.
“Controlled the Eigen Frequencies by Energy Density Method”
 
Toshie Sasaki (Meiji University),
Ichiro Hagiwara (MIMS, Meiji Univ.)

 

 

Poster Guidelines

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 October 31 (Tuesday)
  before noon on November 1 (Wednesday).

5. Please remove your poster between 16:00-17:00 unless awarded.

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Poster awards will be presented to outstanding poster presentations.

Organizing Committee

Executive Committee

Chair:

Toshiyuki OGAWA (Meiji University)

Members:

Kota IKEDA (Meiji University)

 

Ken-Ichi NAKAMURA (Meiji University)

 

Hirokazu NINOMIYA (Meiji University)

 

Hiraku NISHIMORI (Meiji University)

 

Masashi SHIRAISHI (Meiji University)

 

Joe Yuichiro WAKANO (Meiji University)

Scientific committee

     

Hiroshi MATANO (Meiji University)

     

Ken-Ichi NAKAMURA (Meiji University)

     

Hirokazu NINOMIYA (Meiji University)

     

Toshiyuki OGAWA (Meiji University)

Transportation to
Meiji University, Nakano campus

4-21-1 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo, Japan 164-8525
  **As of September, 2023

 

From Nakano Station to Meiji University

nakano map

 
 The nearest JR station to Meiji University, Nakano campus is Nakano. It takes 8minutes on foot from JR Chuo/Sobu, and Subway Tozai Line, Nakano Station. Please go out from North Exit of Nakano Station.

 
From Haneda Airport to Nakano Station

'Haneda Airport' English web site
 

  • Haneda Airport (羽田空港) -- Monorail --> Hamamatsucho (浜松町)
  • Hamamatsucho (浜松町) -- JR line --> Kanda (神田)
  • Kanda (神田)-- JR line --> Nakano (中野)
     
Line :
approx. 20min.
500 yen
Tokyo -Monorail :
Haneda Airport International Terminal (Monorail) --> Hamamatsucho
Line :
approx. 26 min.
320 yen
JR Keihintohoku:  Hamamatsucho -->  Kanda

JR Chuo Line for Rapid Train:  Kanda -->  Nakano
From Narita Airport to Nakano Station

'Narita Airport' English web site
 

  • Narita Airport (成田空港) -- JR Narita-Express --> Shinjuku (新宿)
  • Shinjuku (新宿) -- JR line --> Nakano (中野)
     
Line :
approx. 90 min.
3310 yen
JR Narita-Express :  Narita Airport -->  Shinjuku

JR Chuo Line:  Shinjuku -->  Nakano
  approx. 5 min. for Rapid, 10 min. for Local
Route map

Line map


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