## Graduate School

### Mathematical Sciences Course

This is a division in the Graduate School of Science and, as such, is governed by the rules of the School as to the acceptance of students, course requirements and degrees. The Institute offers graduate programs leading to the M.S. and D.Sc. degrees in the field of the mathematical sciences. The RIMS also accepts overseas students at the graduate level as research students or research fellows.

Admission decisions for Master's Program are based on written and oral examinations held early in August, and the application deadline is early in July.

Admission decisions for Doctoral Program are based on oral examinations about applicants' research achievements including master's theses. The examination takes place early in February, and the application deadline is in the middle of January.

The academic year begins in April. It usually takes two years for Master's Program and three more years for Doctoral Program.

General information about admission is also available at http://www.opir.kyoto-u.ac.jp/e/index.html

### Staff

- A. NUMBER THEORY AND ARITHMETIC GEOMETRY
- Hoshi, S. Mochizuki, Tamagawa
- B. COMPLEX ANALYTIC AND ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY
- Kawakita, S. Mochizuki, T. Mochizuki, Mori, Mukai, Nakajima, Nakayama
- C. TOPOLOGY, THEORY OF MANIFOLDS
- Ohtsuki, Ono, Habiro
- D. LIE GROUPS AND REPRESENTATION THEORY
- Nakajima, Arakawa
- E. ALGEBRAIC ANALYSIS
- Takei
- F. OPERATOR ALGEBRA
- Ozawa
- G. PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
- Takei
- H. PROBABILITY AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
- Fukushima, Kumagai
- I. MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
- Kawai, Ojima
- J. FLUID MECHANICS
- Okamoto, Takehiro, Yamada
- K. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
- Okamoto
- L. COMBINATORIAL OPTIMIZATION AND DISCRETE STRUCTURES
- Iwata
- M. THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
- Hasegawa, Terui