International Conference


Date : January 10 (Sat.) - 12 (Mon.), 2015
Place: Nakano Campus, Meiji University
January 10, Saturday
9:55- 10:00 Opening  Masayasu Mimura
10:00- 10:50 Nicola Bellomo
(Politecnico di Torino, Italy)
"From the Mathematical Theory of 'Living' Systems to Behavioral Crowd Dynamics"
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Chair: Masayasu Mimura
11:00- 11:50 Hiraku Nishimori
(Hiroshima University, Japan)
"Variations on Error Strategy of Foraging Ants"
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Chair: Nobuhiko J. Suematsu
13:30- 14:20 Toru Ohira
(Nagoya University, Japan)
"Chases and Escapes with Groups"
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Chair: Daishin Ueyama
14:50- 15:40

Andrea Tosin
( Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo "M. Picone", Italy)
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Chair: Nicola Bellomo

15:50- 16:40 Kota Ikeda
(Meiji University, Japan)
"Collective Motion of Camphor Boats
– Reduction from Reaction-Diffusion Systems –"
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Chair: Henri Berestycki
January 11, Sunday
10:00- 10:50 Guy Theraulaz
(University Paul Sabatier, France)
"From individual to collective information processing in fish schools"
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Chair: Hiraku Nishimori
11:00- 11:50

Masaki Sano
(The University of Tokyo, Japan)
"Collective Motion of Self-Propelled Objects: From Molecules to Colloids"
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Chair: Guy Theraulaz

12:00- 13:00 One-Minute Presentation
14:30- 17:30 Poster Session
January 12, Monday (national holiday)
10:00- 10:50 Yuki Sugiyama
(Nagoya University, Japan)
"Jam formation and collective motions of self-driven particles"
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Chair: Akiyasu Tomoeda
11:00- 11:50

Nikolaus Correll
(University of Colorado Boulder, USA)
"Robotic Materials"
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Chair: Hiraku Nishimori

13:30- 14:20 Akira Sasaki
(The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan)
"Projecting evolutionary trajectory of influenza A virus: Multidimensional scaling and individual based antigenic drift model"
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Chair: Daishin Ueyama
14:50~15:40 Henri Berestycki
(EHESS, France)
"The effect of habitat shape on biological invasions"
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Chair: Hirokazu Ninomiya
15:50~16:00 Closing  Daishin Ueyama

    List of Posters

    Poster Session : January 11 (Sun.), 2015 14:30- 17:30
    At the poster session, 5 excellent posters were awarded.
    1Origin of Bullwhip Effect Tatsuya Cho (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    2Collective behavior of bacterial cells
    in a two-dimensional circular pool
    Jun-ichi Wakita (Chuo Univ.),
    Shota Tsukamoto (Chuo Univ.),
    Ken Yamamoto (Chuo Univ.),
    Makoto Katori (Chuo Univ.)
    3Order formation through asymmetric
    Takeshi Kano (Tohoku Univ.),
    Koichi Osuka (Osaka Univ.),
    Toshihiro Kawakatsu (Tohoku Univ.),
    Akio Ishiguro (Tohoku Univ., JST CREST)
    4Can an exotic "weak" competitor
    make the coexistence of two strongly
    competing species possible?
    Lorenzo Contento (Meiji Univ.),
    Masayasu Mimura (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    5Totally asymmetric simple exclusion
    process with interaction between
    vehicles and pedestrians at
    Hidetaka Ito (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    6Controlling macroscopic jamming on
    Takahiro Ezaki (The Univ. of Tokyo, JSPS),
    Ryosuke Nishi (Nii, JST ERATO),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    7Interaction of Pedestrians on Exit
    Shosuke Inoue (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    8A Prefiltered Gaussian Process
    Approach to Locational Magical Price
    Forecasting in Transmission Networks
    Kaoru Nakano (Meiji Univ.),
    Hiroyuki Mori (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    9Analysis of motion of
    two-dimensional Optimal Velocity
    particles on simple maze using
    Kantorovich metric
    Ryosuke Ishiwata (Nagoya Univ.),
    Yuki Sugiyama (Nagoya Univ.)
    10Almost-periodic solution of linearized
    Hasegawa-Wakatani equations with
    vanishing resistivity
    Shintaro Kondo (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    11Optimal information for maximizing
    flow in a forked exclusion model
    Takeaki Imai (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    12Scaling Analysis of Information
    Cascade Experimental Data
    Shintaro Mori (Kitasato Univ.),
    Masafumi Hino (NEC Corp.),
    Masato Hisakado (Financial Services Agency),
    Taiki Takahasi (Hokkaido Univ.)
    13Analysis of tangent spaces of
    transient orbits in order to control
    final states
    Takayuki Yamaguchi (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Makoto Iima (Hiroshima Univ.)
    14A model of crowd flow oscillationKohta Suzuno (Meiji Univ.),
    Daishin Ueyama (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    15The maintenance mechanism of
    discontinuity: shell morphology of
    land snails
    Ryoko Okajima (Meiji Univ., MIMS, JSPS)
    16Averaged Torus and fluctuation of
    fish schools
    Masa-aki Sakagami (Kyoto Univ.),
    Kei Terayama (Kyoto Univ.)
    17A Monte Carlo Simulation on the
    basis of the kinetic theory for
    chemo-tactic bacteria
    Shugo Yasuda (Hyogo Univ.)
    18Jamology : Cellular Automaton
    Models and Related Topics
    Akiyasu Tomoeda (Musashino Univ.,
    19Random matrix analysis of collective
    mode of protein
    Masanori Yamanaka (Nihon Univ.)
    20Effect of adding small polymers on
    the coil-globule transition of long
    chain polymer
    Kenta Odagiri (Senshu Univ., MIMS),
    Kazuhiko Seki (AIST)
    21Simple Stochastic Order-Book Model
    and Investors' Swarm Behaviors
    Shingo Ichiki (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    22Traffic data analysis and modelingHikaru Miyashita (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    23Pattern formation of heterogeneous
    swarm model
    Mari nakamura (AIST)
    24Structure and dynamics of flying
    hooded gull flocks
    Tsuyoshi Mizuguchi (Osaka Prefecture Univ.),
    Makoto Yomosa (Osaka Prefecture Univ.),
    Yoshinori Hayakawa (Tohoku Univ.)
    25Flight kinematic of pigeons for
    different situations
    Makoto Yomosa (Osaka Prefecture Univ.),
    Tsuyoshi Mizuguchi (Osaka Prefecture Univ.),
    Mate Nagy (Eotvos Univ.),
    Gabor Basarhelyi (Eotvos Univ.)
    26Simulation of the pedestrian partial
    egress process using a cellular-
    automaton model
    Haruki Ishikawa (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Takahiro Ezaki (The Univ. of Tokyo, JSPS),
    Daichi Yanagisawa (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    27Synchronized Intermittent Motion
    Induced by the Collection of
    Camphor Disks
    Nobuhiko J. Suematsu (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Kurina Tateno (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Satoshi Nakata (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Hiraku Nishimori (Hiroshima Univ.)
    28Effect of Aspect Ratio on Collective
    Behaviors: Spherical Colloids and
    Elongated Bacteria
    Daiki Nishiguchi (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Masaki Sano (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    29Activity Statistics of Foraging Ants---
    A New Approach Using Tiny Devices
    Osamu Yamanaka (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Rito Takeuchi (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Akinori Awazu (Hiroshima Univ.),
    Hiraku Nishimori (Hiroshima Univ.)
    30Pattern formation of MicrotubulesSakurako Tanida (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Ken'ya Furuta (NICT),
    Kaori Nishikawa (The Univ. of Tokyo),
    Hiroaki Kojoma (NICT),
    Masaki Sano (The Univ. of Tokyo)
    31Fast reaction limit of a two-
    component system with different
    reaction terms
    Masato Iida (Miyazaki Univ.),
    Hideki Murakawa (Kyushu Univ.),
    Harunori Monobe (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Hirokazu Ninomiya (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    32Computational approach for
    gene expression dynamics
    Shu-ichi Kinoshita (Musashino Univ., MIMS)
    33Mathematical modelling of
    self-organized aggregation
    through pheromone
    Chiyori Urabe (The University of Tokyo)
    34Homogenization and Traveling Wave
    Analysis of a Three-component
    Smoldering Combustion Model under
    Ekeoma Rowland Ijioma (Meiji University,
    35Mesh generation using spontaneous
    spot crowding of a reaction-diffusion
    Masahiro Yamaguchi (Meiji University)

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