MIMS International Conference

    MIMS International Conference on
    "Reaction-diffusion system,
    theory and applications"

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    MIMS International Conference on
    "Reaction-diffusion system, theory and applications":
    Information
    Organizer Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS),
    Center for Mathematical Modeling and Applications(CMMA) Meiji University
    Date & Place

    2017, March 17th~ 19th

     
    17th (Fri.), 18th(Sat.)
     5F Hall at Low-rise Wing, Nakano Campus, Meiji University

     

    19th (Sun.)
     Global Hall at Global Front, Surugadai Campus, Meiji University

    Schedule Conference Timetable
    ※Registration is required. closed

    Please click the "Registration" button to open the registration form.
    Registration Deadline
     For attending the conference: February 28th (Tue.), 2017

     
    *Registration:


     
    Registration fee: free

    Please register in advance for the sake of convenience of our preparation.
    Banquet and Retirement Party for
    Professor Masayasu Mimura will be held on March 18th (Sat.) :
         6,000 Japanese-yen for general attendants
         3,000 Japanese-yen for students
    Please pay the banquet fee by Japanese-yen at the banquet site.

    Program

    Date : March 17 (Fri.) – 19 (Sun.), 2017
    Place:
     March 17, 18/ Nakano Campus, Meiji University
     March 19/ Surugadai Campus, Meiji University

    Friday,
    March 17/
    Nakano Campus
    13:00-13:40
    Michiel Bertsch (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)

    "A mathematical model for Alzheimer's disease"

    13:40-14:20
    Hiroshi Matano (University of Tokyo, Japan)

    "Front propagation in predator-prey systems"

    14:50-15:30
    Henri Berestycki (EHESS, France)

    "Predators-prey model with competition: emergence of territoriality and packs in animal behavior"

    15:30-16:10
    Tohru Tsujikawa (University of Miyazaki, Japan)

    "Global bifurcation and continuation for a nonlocal Allen-Cahn equation"

    16:40-17:20
    Jong-Shenq Guo (Tamkang University, Taiwan)

    "The sign of traveling wave speed in bistable dynamics"


     
    Saturday,
    March 18/
    Nakano Campus
    10:00-10:40
    Yasumasa Nishiura (Tohoku University, Japan)

    "Frustrated micro-phase separation"

    10:40-11:20
    Eiji Yanagida (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

    "Extinction of solutions of the logarithmic diffusion equation"

    11:40-12:20
    Shin-Ichiro Ei (Hokkaido University, Japan)

    "Motion of a pulse for mass conserved reaction-diffusion systems related to cell polarity"

    12:20-12:30
     Group Photo
    14:00-14:40
    Chiun-Chuan Chen (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

    "Wave solutions of the Lotka-Volterra competition-diffusion system"

    14:40-15:20
    Masaharu Nagayama (Hokkaido University, Japan)

    "Mathematical modeling and analysis of the self-propelled disk and its collective motions"

    15:50-16:30
    Shigetoshi Yazaki (Meiji University, Japan)

    "How to track the moving boundary arising in interfacial phenomena"

    16:30-17:10
    Elliott Ginder (Hokkaido University, Japan)

    "A line mass approach to some active matter systems"

    18:00-
    Banquet and Retirement Party for
    Professor Masayasu Mimura

      ・6,000 Japanese-yen for general attendants
      ・3,000 Japanese-yen for students


     
    Sunday,
    March 19/
    Surugadai Campus
    10:00-10:40
    Tomoyuki Miyaji (Meiji University, Japan)

    "A billiard problem in systems far from equilibrium"

    10:40-11:20
    Tadahisa Funaki (University of Tokyo, Japan)

    "KPP, KPZ and nonlinear fluctuations in stochastic dynamics"

    11:40-12:20
    Alberto Tesei (University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy)

    "Quasilinear parabolic equations with non-convex energy"

Organizing Committee :

Shin-Ichiro Ei (Hokkaido University)
Yukio Kan-on (Ehime University)
Masataka Kuwamura (Kobe University)
Masaharu Nagayama (Hokkaido University)
Tohru Tsujikawa (Miyazaki University)
Tomoyuki Miyaji (Meiji University)
Toshiyuki Ogawa (Meiji University)
Daishin Ueyama (Meiji University)

    Transportation to
    Meiji University, Nakano campus

    4-21-1 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo, Japan 164-8525
    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 : Tokyo -Monorail : approx. 20min. 470 yen
    Haneda Airport International Terminal (Monorail) --> Hamamatsucho
    Line : JR Keihintohoku : approx. 10 min. 290 yen
    Hamamatsucho --> Kanda
    Line : JR Chuo Line : approx. 16 min. 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 : JR Narita-Express : approx. 90 min. 3310 yen
    Narita Airport --> Shinjuku
    Line: JR Chuo Line: approx. 5 min. for Rapid, 10 min. for Local
    Shinjuku --> Nakano
    Route map

    Line map

    Please contact us for further information:
    icmma.mims.meiji[at]gmail.com ([at] to @)