Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University
LIFE AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
KYOTO UNIVERSITY (SINCE Oct. 2021)
Life and Mathematical Sciences
New mathematical science rooted in life phenomena and its application to Engineering
understand as it is
What does it mean to understand the laws of this world? When you take an interesting part out of the whole world, how can you say what the world is like and what it contains? From this point of view, our laboratory always thinks about how to express nature as it is as a mathematical and physical model, what we can discard and what we can understand. I'm here. We are building new mathematical and physics theories that represent the world, and working to develop them into engineering.
December 20, 2022
Visiting lecture at Hyogo Prefectural Hyogo High School
Introduce the research of Transformative Area Research (A) "Karada Komuten". I will lecture on morphogenesis by folding and unfolding of beetles and their engineering applications.
December 12, 2022
Our joint research with Prof. Tsukaya at The University of Tokyo and Prof. Mochizuki at Kyoto University have been published in Development.
Ayaka Kinoshita, Makiko Naito, Zining Wang, Yasuhiro Inoue, Atsushi Mochizuki, Hirokazu Tsukaya
Position of meristems and the angles of the cell division plane regulate the uniqueness of lateral organ shape,
November 5-6, 2022
Exhibit at Science Agora 2022
We will exhibit at Transformative Area Research (A) "Karada Komuten" (Booth 517, 5th floor, Telecom Center, Odaiba, Tokyo). From our laboratory, we will exhibit a hands-on demonstration of folding and unfolding simulation.
July 5, 2022
Research results on the effects of physical environment asymmetry on epithelial morphogenesis were published in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS.
We have mathematically shown that one of the principles behind the differences in the shape of protrusions, folds, and networks in epithelial morphology is the asymmetry of the physical environment.
Kentaro Morikawa, Daichi Kuroda, Yasuhiro Inoue
Impact of Environmental Asymmetry on Epithelial Morphogenesis, Scientific Reports (2022)
June 20, 2022
Recruitment of Specified Researcher
We are looking for specific researchers who will promote research on mathematical modeling and simulation of biological morphogenesis, or on engineering applications of the principles of biological morphogenesis. Those who are ambitious, such as those who want to challenge programming or those who want to expand their specialty, are welcome. Anyone can apply electronically.JREC-INplease look at.
June 5, 2022
BEST POSTER PRESENTATION AWARD Winner
Yuki NemotoNICOGRAPH International 2022(sponsored by the Society for Arts and Sciences) Best Poster Presentation Awardwas awarded. congratulations!
Someone to meet you: Introspective Encounter with the Presence of Someone from Uncertain Spatial Void
Yuki Nemoto and Yasuhiro Inoue
April 1, 2022
A new 4th year student has been assigned.
6 new members join us.
February 18, 2022
Joint research with Kentaro Morikawa and Professor Tomita of Kyoto City University of Arts (Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University) was published in the Bulletin Research on the History of Japanese Philosophy Vol.18.
Kentaro Morikawa, Naohide Tomita, Yasuhiro Inoue
Attempts at mathematical modeling of life and “understanding”
Bulletin "Research on the History of Japanese Philosophy No. 18
November 15, 2021
VTECH CHALLENGE 2021
Yuki Nemoto's "Unfortunate Anata" was selected for VTech Challenge 2021 (GREE, Inc. & REALITY, Inc).
November 8, 2021
We have released a catch video of the work Yuki Nemoto presented at IVRC2021 Leap stage hosted by the Virtual Reality Society of Japan.
May 26, 2021
Mr. Yuki Nemoto received the "Yoshida Graduation Research/Thesis" award from the Graduate School of Engineering. Congratulations. (Award ceremony)
April 1, 2021
New 4th year students have been assigned.
7 new members join us.
January 13, 2021
Collaborative research results with Shigeru Kondo Laboratory at Osaka University were published in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
Numerical analysis of angular primordium folding coding 3D angular geometry of beetles
Keisuke Matsuda, Hiroki Gotoh, Haruhiko Adachi, Yasuhiro Inoue, Shigeru Kondo_cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_
Computational analyzes decipher the primordial folding coding the 3D structure of the beetle horn, Scientific Reports (2021)
December 7, 2020
Karada Engineering, starting
The homepage of Transformative Area Research A;Karada Komuten is here .
October 3, 2020
The piano performance of Mr. Wakabayashi (2020 graduate) has been released
January 2, 2020
The results of international joint research with PURDUERDUE University KIM Laboratory were published in SOFT MATTER.
Mechanism of rod-like excluded volume effect in actin filaments to produce various ordered structures
November 15, 2019
Research results on epithelial tissue folding were published in BIOMECH MODEL MECHANO BIOL.
Folding of epithelial tissue within confined spaces
Epithelial tissue folding pattern in confined geometry
September 7, 2019
Collaborative research results with Adachi Laboratory, Institute for Virology, Kyoto University were published in BIOMECH MODEL MECHANO BIOL
The energy landscape of tissue morphogenesis
An energy landscape approach to understanding variety and robustness in tissue morphogenesis
Thank you for your interest in our research. If you have any comments or questions regarding research content or publications, please contact us. We are looking forward to hearing from you.