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Department of Mathematics and Information Sciences

Based on the department’s curriculum and research programs, the department aims to attract students interested in studying cutting-edge topics in mathematics and information sciences by facilitating systematic learning in algebra, geometry, analysis, and applied mathematics. By providing an environment in which students may accumulate experience in rigorously analyzing mathematical problems, the department strives to produce individuals with the potential to become creative researchers, educators with specialist knowledge, and highly-flexible professionals in other fields. More broadly speaking, considering that mathematics sets the logical groundwork for the natural sciences, the department’s goal is to cultivate a broad perspective in students, and prepare them to work on interdisciplinary problems, in modern society through interactions with other departments in Graduate School of Science and Engineering.

Summary

Original SiteDepartment of Mathematics and Information Sciences External Link
OpeningApril.2006
CampusMinami-osawa
Students
62
49(Master’s)
13(Doctoral)
※ May 1, 2014

Researchers List

The configuration of the department of mathematics and information sciences

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