Dynamical Systems with large degrees of freedom
Systems that consist of many elements sometimes exhibit collective behavior with ordered structure, in spite of apparently irregular movement of individual elements. It is highly non-trivial and interesting problem that how such macroscopic apparently ordered structures emerge from microscopic chaotic dynamics. I am trying to uncover the underlying universal mechanisms and the characteristics of such collective behavior, by numerically and theoretically studying some simplified dynamical systems.
- 1995 Ph.D., Kyoto University
- 1995 Part-time Lecturer (COE Researcher) Research Institute for Electronic Communications, Tohoku University
- 1997 Assistant, Graduate School of Sciences, Osaka University
- 2000 Lecturer, Graduate School of Sciences, Osaka University
- 2002 Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Osaka University
- 2007 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Osaka University
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