Mathematical Software and Free Documents 33

Day

  • 15:30–18:10, March 27, 2022
  • Zoom Meeting
  • Twitter Hashtag : #msfd33
  • After the meeting, we will have an online party with speakers.

Organizers

  • NORO, Masayuki (Rikkyo University)
  • TAKAYAMA, Nobuki (Kobe University)
  • HAMADA, Tatsuyoshi (Nihon University / OCAMI)
  • YOKOYAMA, Shun-ichi (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Support

  • MSJ Committee for Network Administration

Speakers (Alphabetical order)

  • JIKUMARU, Yoshiki (IMI, Kyushu University)
  • MATSUI, Hidetoshi (Shiga University)
  • TANAKA, Satoru (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industiral Technology)

Program (not yet fixed)

  • 15:30–16:10, “NZMATH 3.0”, TANAKA, Satoru (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industiral Technology)
  • 16:30–17:10, “A collaborative research on the hanging membranes between mathematics and architectures”, JIKUMARU, Yoshiki (IMI, Kyushu University)
  • 17:30–18:10, “Challenges of Faculty of Data Science, Shiga University”, MATSUI, Hidetoshi (Shiga University)

Abstract

  • “NZMATH 3.0”, TANAKA, Satoru (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industiral Technology)
    • NZMATH is a Python based number theory oriented calculation system. All programs are written only by Python so that it is suitable to learn and study their algorithmic number theory. With the official support for Python 3 in the latest release, we will introduce NZMATH with a simple tutorial.
  • “A collaborative research on the hanging membranes between mathematics and architectures”, JIKUMARU, Yoshiki (IMI, Kyushu University)
    • Antoni Gaudi, famous for designing the Sagrada Familia, proposed the application of a shape to a roof structure that is formed by inverting a shape that is balanced by its own weight. These are called hanging membranes. Although they exhibit excellent mechanical properties, no effective mathematical formulation for the application is known. In this presentation, we focus on the mathematical formulation and numerical analysis of hanging membranes and will present examples of the application of software, e.g., MATLAB and Rhinoceros, to the architectural surface design. This study is based on the joint work with Prof. Yohei Yokosuka (Kagoshima University).
  • “Challenges of Faculty of Data Science, Shiga University”, MATSUI, Hidetoshi (Shiga University)
    • Shiga University established the Faculty of Data Science, the first faculty that specializing statistics in Japan, in 2017. The Faculty of Data Science works for promoting the data science through several activities such as joint research with companies. In this presentation, I will introduce the contents about data science education and industry-government-academia collaboration activities in our faculty.