Dynamical System
The field of dynamical systems is concerned with the mathematical formulation of rules that describe temporal evolution. For example, the equations of motion in classical dynamics (ordinary differential equations) for describing the motion of a celestial body or a spinning top over time are well known, but dynamical systems also serve as models in various fields such as physics, ecology, and economics and for chemical reactions as well. A variety of dynamical systems have also come to be defined in the course of mathematics research. Dynamical system theory makes use of real analysis, algebraic geometry, topology, function theory, probability theory, numerical computations, and other techniques to investigate the properties of dynamical systems.
Academic Supervisors
TSUJII, Masato , Professor

Dynamical System Theory, Chaos, Ergodic Theory 
CHIBA, Hayato* , Associate Professor

Dynamical Systems, Ordinary Differential Equations, Nonlinear Evolution Equations 
ISHII, Yutaka , Associate Professor

Dynamical System Theory 
NII, Shunsaku , Associate Professor

Dynamical System Theory, Differential Equations, Applied Mathematics 
NGUYEN, Dinh Hoa* , Assistant Professor

Control Systems, Smart Grid, Distributed Optimization, MultiAgent System, Consensus Control, Synchronization, Learning Systems, Optimal and Robust Control 
Cooperative Professors
MATSUE, Kaname* , Assistant Professor

Dynamical Systems, Numerical Analysis, Rigorous Numerics, Singular Perturbation Theory, Differential Equations (Blowup Solutions, Shock Waves), Singularities, Topology (including Computer Assisted Studies), Quantum Walks, Topology Optimizations 