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Introduction

Masaaki Wada
Professor

Masaaki Wada

  • Pure and Applied Mathematics
  • Applied Geometry

Theme

Visualization, knot theory, Kleinian groups, bioimaging

Regardless of the subject, I study things that interest me at the time. I have done researches on the classification of link types of the closed orbits of non-singular Morse-Smale flows on the three sphere, group invariants of links, the twisted Alexander polynomial of knots, Schwarzian derivative of immersion between Riemannian manifolds, deformation of Kleinian groups. The computer program OPTi that I wrote has been used by innumerable researchers in Kleinian groups. I have also written a three-dimensional image processing program called DeltaViewer. Thousands of researchers in fields like biology, medicine and physiology have used the program, and I am developing new algorithms for it.

Career summary

Sep. 1987 University of Pennsylvania, Assistant Professor
Jul. 1991 Case Western Reserve University, Visiting Assistant Professor
Jun. 1992 Information Science Dept., Faculty of Sciences, Nara Women's University - Lecturer
Apr. 1994 Information Science Dept., Faculty of Sciences, Nara Women's University - Assistant Professor
Mar. 1999 Information Science Dept., Faculty of Sciences, Nara Women's University - Professor
Apr. 2009 Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University - Professor

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