Sakamoto Kunimochi

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Name
Sakamoto Kunimochi
Affiliation
Hiroshima University
Degree
Ph.D. in Applied Math.(Brown University), Master of Science(TOHOKU UNIVERSITY)
Research funding number
40243547

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jun 1992
 - 
Mar 1999
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, "Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Scinece Hiroshima University"
 
Sep 1988
 - 
Apr 1992
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematica and Computer Science, "Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science"
 
Apr 1999
 - 
Mar 2019
Professor, Department of Mathematical and Life Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Department of Mathematical and Life Sciences
 
Apr 2019
   
 
Professor, Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Hiroshima University
 

Education

 
Sep 1984
 - 
May 1988
Brown University
 
Apr 1978
 - 
Mar 1982
Faculty of Science, Tohoku University
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Project Year: 2013 - 2015
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2008 - 2010    Investigator(s): SAKAMOTO, Kunimoch
Fokker-Planck equations that describe the evolution of phase distributions in coupled oscillators were treated under an asymmetric natural frequency distribution. We found that the destabilization of the trivial distribution is of Hopf bifurcation...
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2004 - 2006    Investigator(s): SAKAMOTO, Kunimochi
In this research project, systems of reaction-diffusion (convection) equations are investigated from a viewpoint of singular limit analysis. The results obtained are summarized as follows.
1. In spherically symmetric multidimensional domains, reac...
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2001 - 2003    Investigator(s): TAIRA, Kazuaki
Our results may be summarized as follows
1.First, we studied from the viewpoint of functional analysis the problem of construction of Markov processes with boundary conditions in probability theory. Our approach is distinguished by the extensive u...
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2001 - 2003    Investigator(s): OHTA, Takao
We have carried out theoretical analysis and development of numerical method for studying various macroscopic and microscopic pattern formation in material sciences. In particular, we have investigated both numerically and analytically
(1) structu...