# Welcome to my Website !!

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**Masato Wakayama**

Kyushu University

744, Motooka, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0395

e-mail: wakayama@imi dot kyushu-u dot ac dot jp

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# Lecture Schedule

“Symmetry of asymmetric quantum Rabi models”

Date: 28/February/2017,

Venue: Department of Mathematics, University of Bologna

# Forum "Math-for-Industry"2015

Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2015

The role and importance of mathematics in innovation

Date : October 26 to 30, 2015

Venue : Kyushu University Ito campus, IMI auditorium

Website

# Proceedings of Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2014

Applications + Practical Conceptualization + Mathematics = fruitful Innovation

Editors: Anderssen, B., Broadbridge, P., Fukumoto, Y., Kajiwara, K., Takagi, T., Verbitskiy, E., Wakayama, M.

Website

# MEIS2014

Symposium MEIS2014:

Mathematical Progress in Expressive Image Synthesis

Date: 12-14 November 2014

Venue: Nishijin Plaza Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan

Website

# Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2014

Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2014"

Applications + Practical Conceptualization + Mathematics = fruitful Innovation

October 27 to 31, 2014

Venue: Nishijin Plaza, Fukuoka

2-16-23 Nishijin, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka City, JAPAN

Website

# "Mathematics and Physics of Interacting Quantum Systems (MPIQS)"

"Mathematics and Physics of Interacting Quantum Systems (MPIQS)"

Date: October 23-24, 2014

Venue: Kyushu University

Website

Organizer:

Fumio Hiroshima(Kyushu University)

Enrique Solano(University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU)

Masato Wakayama(Kyushu University)

# Past Lectures

"Endeavors for Mathematics for Industry in Japan"

9th Ludwig Boltzmann Symposium Tokyo 2017

Date: 16/February/2017

Venue: Austrian Embassy Tokyo

International Workshop on Ultra-Strong Light-Matter Interactions: theory and applications to quantum information

Date: 19/September/2016 - 21/ September/2016 ,

Venue: University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain

"Representation theoretic approach to the spectrum of quantum Rabi or its generalized models "Kyushu IMI joint research center for advanced and fundamental math-for-industry
Mathematical quantum field theory and related topics

IMI Kyushu University West 1 building D-413 Auditrium，6 /June/2016 - 8/June/2016,

Japan-Australia University Symposium 2015

Towards Successful Partnerships:Learning from Experiences

Date: 24 November 2015, Venue: The University of Sydney

"Endeavors for Mathematics for/in Industry in Japan" , Industrial Mathematics Awareness Week, COEX Hall, Seoul, Korea 22 October, 2015 Website (in Korean only)

"Can representation theory contribute quantum optics?"

Zeta functions in Okinawa 2015, 10-12 October 2015 Website

"Mathematics-for-Industry and Industry-for-Mathematics" ICIAM2015, China National Convention Centre, 8-14 August, 2015 Website

"Quantum Rabi's model and Non commutative Harmonic Oscillators, and Number Theory and Representation Theory", RIMS Workshop, RIMS, Kyoto University, June23-26,2015

"Spectrum of the quantum Rabi model and representation theory", Workshop on Probabilistic models with determinantal structure, Kyushu University, April 30-May 1, 2015 Website

"Quantum Rabi's model and representation theory" Department of Methematics, University of Bologna, Wednesday 25 February, 2015"Activities of Mathematics for Industry" University of Bologna, Tuesday 24 February 2015

"Quantum Rabi's model and non-commutative harmonic oscillators", Kyoto University, October 7,2014

"Quantum Rabi's model and non-commutative harmonic oscillators", Mathematical Quantum Field Theory and Related Topics, RIMS, Kyoto University, October 6 to 8, 2014 (Wakayama's lecture is scheduled on Oct. 7, 2014).

"Lie Algebra Representations and the Quantum Rabi Model -A View from Non-Commutative Harmonic Oscillators and Heun ODEs.", Mathematical and Physical Aspects of Interacting Quantum Systems and Models(Seminar Room 7, Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University, October 23 to 24, 2014(Wakayama's talk is scheduled on Oct. 24).

"Quantum Rabi's model and non-commutative harmonic oscillators-between number theory and physics", Colloquium, Department of Mathematics , University of Hawaii at Manoa, September 5, 2014.

"An introduction and application of Lie theory-a theme from spherical harmonics", Seminar for undergraduates, Department of Mathematics , University of Hawaii at Manoa, September 3, 2014.

"Non-commutative harmonic oscillators and the Rabi model", RIMS Workshop, RIMS, Kyoto University, June 24-28, 2014.

"Activities of Mathematics for Industry", University Montpellier 2, Feb. 26, 2014.

"An application of Lie theory to computer graphics via spherical harmonics", Berliner Colloquium fur wissenschaftliche Visualisierung, Zuse-Institut Berlin (ZIB), Germany, Feb. 28, 2014. "Activities of Mathematics for Industry", Zuse-Institut Berlin (ZIB), Germany, Mar. 1, 2014.

# Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2013

Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2013 "

The Impact of Applications on Mathematics"

Venue: Nishijin Plaza, Fukuoka

2-16-23 Nishijin, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka City, JAPAN

FMI2013 Website

# Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2012

# Mathematics for Industry:

# Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2012

**Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2012 "Information Recovery and Discovery"**

Date: October 22 to October 26, 2012

Place: Fukuoka International Congress Center

Organiging Committee

Yasuhide Fukumoto (IMI, Kyushu University)

Osamu Saeki (IMI, Kyushu University)

Ryuei Nishii (IMI, Kyushu University)

Tsuyoshi Takagi (IMI, Kyushu University)

Tim Hoffmann (TU Berlin)

Masato Wakayama (IMI, Kyushu Univesrity)

Date: October 22 to October 26, 2012

Place: Fukuoka International Congress Center

Organiging Committee

Yasuhide Fukumoto (IMI, Kyushu University)

Osamu Saeki (IMI, Kyushu University)

Ryuei Nishii (IMI, Kyushu University)

Tsuyoshi Takagi (IMI, Kyushu University)

Tim Hoffmann (TU Berlin)

Masato Wakayama (IMI, Kyushu Univesrity)

# Mathematics for Industry:

Biological and climatic aspects - a Joint Workshop of IMS and
IMI -

**Mathematics for Industry: Biological and climatic aspects - a Joint Workshop of IMS and IMI-**

Program date: September 3 to 7, 2012.

Organized by:

Robert S.Anderssen (CSIRO)

Kim Chuan Toh (Department of Mathematics, NUS)

Tomoyuki Shirai (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

Kenji Kajiwara (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

Masato Wakayama (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

Website

Program date: September 3 to 7, 2012.

Organized by:

Robert S.Anderssen (CSIRO)

Kim Chuan Toh (Department of Mathematics, NUS)

Tomoyuki Shirai (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

Kenji Kajiwara (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

Masato Wakayama (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

Website

# Workshop on
"Avoided ? Crossing of Eigenvalue Curves"

-- Non-commutative Harmonic Oscillator, Special Functions and Number Theory--

**"Avoided ? Crossing of Eigenvalue Curves"**

-- Non-commutative Harmonic Oscillator, Special Functions and Number Theory--

Website

Program Date: March 7 to 9, 2012.

Program Place: IMI, Kyushu University

Organized by:

Masato WAKAYAMA(Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

Fumio HIROSHIMA (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

-- Non-commutative Harmonic Oscillator, Special Functions and Number Theory--

Website

Program Date: March 7 to 9, 2012.

Program Place: IMI, Kyushu University

Organized by:

Masato WAKAYAMA(Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

Fumio HIROSHIMA (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University)

# Study Group Workshop 2011

August 1-3, Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University

August 8, 9 (tentative schedule), Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, the University of Tokyo

**Study Group Workshop 2011**

August 1-3, Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University

August 8, 9 (tentative schedule), Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, the University of Tokyo

SGW2011 Website

August 1-3, Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University

August 8, 9 (tentative schedule), Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, the University of Tokyo

SGW2011 Website

# Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2011

"TSUNAMI - Mathematical Modelling"
Using Mathematics for Natural Disaster Prediction, Recovery and Provision for the Future, October 24-28, 2011, East-West Center, University of Hawaii

**Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2011**

"TSUNAMI - Mathematical Modelling" Using Mathematics for Natural Disaster Prediction, Recovery and Provision for the Future, October 24-28, 2011, East-West center, University of Hawaii

FMI2011 Website

"TSUNAMI - Mathematical Modelling" Using Mathematics for Natural Disaster Prediction, Recovery and Provision for the Future, October 24-28, 2011, East-West center, University of Hawaii

FMI2011 Website

We would like to express our deepest sympathy to those affected by the terrible earthquake and tsunami that hit the Tohoku region in Japan in March, 2011, and by the succeeding Fukushima nuclear power plant accident.

The main topic of our forum is motivated by this catastrophic disaster: we sincerely feel that it is our responsibility to make use of mathematics for predicting natural disasters, recovering from catastrophic events, and making provision for the future. Thus, we have thought that the Forum "Math-for-Industry" in this year should be fully devoted to discussing a large variety of possibilities for using mathematics to these purposes. There are additional reasons for this choice. First, this year we expected participants (including speakers) to come from New Zealand (where there was a big earthquake in February) and Chile (also the location of a big earthquake last year, whose related tsunamis reached Japan, on the opposite side of the Pacific Ocean). Second, the word "tsunami" ("津波" =harbor wave (in Japanese)) made its way into the English language through Hawai'i. After the Hawai'i islands suffered from the big tidal waves caused by the 1946 earthquake near Alaska, the first-generation Japanese immigrants in Hawai'i introduced the spoken word into the English language.

Our objective is to consider what help can mathematics provide against natural disasters: to understand their fundamental mechanisms; to increase the accuracy of predictions, to minimize damages and risks; to establish more robust and efficient social systems for recovery; and so on.

Thus, the lecture theme includes the following research topics: tsunami, earthquake, environmental pollutions, logistics, optimization, control theory, statistics and data analysis, information security, CG visualization, PDE, inverse problems, numerical analysis, fluid dynamics, integrable systems (solitons), geometry and topology, etc.

On this occasion, we will inaugurate the Asian Consortium of Mathematics for Industry (ACMI) in the East Asian and Pacific areas, an idea planned since the fall of 2009. ACMI aims to create a strong international platform for development of worldwide activities involving mathematics for the industry.

# Lectures

"From the Euler operator to multivariate Meixner-Pollaczek polynomials", National University of Singapore (June 24, 2011, Singapore)

# Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2010

Information security, visualization, and inverse problems, on the basis of optimization techniques, October 21-23, 2010, Fukuoka

**Forum "Math-for-Industry" 2010**

Information security, visualization, and inverse problems, on the basis of optimization techniques, October 21-23, 2010, Hilton Fukuoka, Sea Hawk

Study Group Workshop

October 25-29, 2010,

Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Information security, visualization, and inverse problems, on the basis of optimization techniques, October 21-23, 2010, Hilton Fukuoka, Sea Hawk

Study Group Workshop

October 25-29, 2010,

Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo

▼“FMI2010”

At the 3-day workshop, we will mutually relate and discuss the three topics: the information security, visualization, inverse problems, on the basis of optimization techniques, and at the succeeding 5-day study group, after proposals of concrete real problems from companies and public institutes, we will work towards solutions by divided groups of participants.

# “Ever-Expanding Mathematics--- Expectations from the Society”

▼“Report”

**“Ever-Expanding Mathematics--- Expectations from the Society”**

DATE: 22th (afternoon)-23th February 2010

PLACE: The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The Main Auditorium

Implementing Organizations: Kyushu University (Main), The University of Tokyo, The Mathematical Society of Japan, Nippon Steel Corporation

Support Organizations:The Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Japan Federation Statistical Science Associations

▼“Website”

DATE: 22th (afternoon)-23th February 2010

PLACE: The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The Main Auditorium

Implementing Organizations: Kyushu University (Main), The University of Tokyo, The Mathematical Society of Japan, Nippon Steel Corporation

Support Organizations:The Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Japan Federation Statistical Science Associations

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# CCRH2009

**Casimir Force, Casimir Operators and the Riemann Hypothesis
9-13 November, 2009
@ Nishijin Plaza, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan**

The year 2009 marks the 100

^{th}birthday of Casimir and the 150

^{th}birthday of the Riemann hypothesis. Actually the paper in which Riemann proposed the hypothesis was published in November 1859. It was also the year when he was appointed as full-professor at Göttingen. Casimir, known for the Casimir force in physics and Casimir operators in mathematics, was director of Philips research for a long time in his career. Casimir got his PhD in November 1931 at Leiden University and the named operators appeared in his thesis. He is remembered for his outspoken opinion on the importance of fundamental science for industry. There is a nice connection between Casimir and Riemann. The Casimir force was first proven to exist theoretically, using the analytic continuation of the Riemann zeta function. Recently the force was measured experimentally.

▼ccrh2009 Website

▼ccrh2009Program