New Mathematical Sciences Based on Living Systems and Their Applications to Engineering



Understand as it is

What does it mean to understand the laws of the world? If you take a part of interest from the whole world and make a model, what is the same as what in the world, and what does it contain? From this point of view, our laboratory always thinks about how to express nature of the world as it is as a mathematical and physical model, and what will be discarded and what can be understood by it.
We are working on the application to engineering by constructing a new mathematical theory that represents the world.


How do biological phenomena in various spatiotemporal scales such as genetics, development and differentiation emerge? The principle of emerging "Living matter"  is hidden in the dynamics and the state that they produce rather than the details of the individual material elements that make up the living thing. We are researching new mathematical models that represent such vital dynamics.

Underwater Dive


Relativity is treated as a small correction in quantum state calculations, but it is known that quantum mechanics, which is the basis of quantum state calculations, is not consistent with relativity. The field of quantum theory is studied as a fusion of relativity and quantum physics. In order to advance the understanding of physical properties based on the more correct quantum field theory, we are conducting basic research to recapitulate the physical property analysis concept developed in quantum mechanics with quantum field theory.

Misty Slope

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In our laboratory, we are working on the development of new mathematical models rooted in life phenomena. Professor Yasuhiro Inoue, the principal investigator of the laboratory, encourages students to establish their own research themes, such as mathematical science of developmental biology, network logic, virtual reality, machine learning, statistical inference, sports analysis, and music generation, and to conduct loosely related but highly original research.



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.

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