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KAWASAKI Shuji

Associate Professor

Affiliation

Mathematical Science and Physics
[Master's Program] Mathematical Science and Physics
[Doctoral Program] Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Specialties

Time series analysis
Stochastic models
Applied mathematics

My Areas of Research

Time-frequency localization, random variable limit theorem regularization, and fluctuation phenomena

Time-series wavelet analysis (WA) combines aspects of both theory and application. Conventional random variable limit theorems are such that asymptotic distribution disappears in classical normal distribution as the correlation becomes stronger, but wavelets eliminate time-series correlations, requiring theoretical assessments of wavelet domain correlations to be formulated. Self-similar process and 1/f fluctuation process classes, the most fundamental aspects of WA, describe the phase transition mechanisms of various physical systems.

My Teaching Philosophy

The autonomy and qualities of theoretical and applicable calculation simulations. Logical discussions and presentations, communication ability. Understanding the bigger picture and developing the sense to balance what needs to be done. I would like to help students develop these skills.

Laboratory URL
http://www.chem.iwate-u.ac.jp/web/labo/narita/index.htm

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