RIMS Research Project
Mathematical Analysis of Quantum Mechanics and Related Topics
This project plans to organize the following Workshops/Conferences:
Tosio Kato Centennial Conference (September 4—8, 2017). Organized by Kenji Yajima, Shu Nakamura & Arne Jensen. Venue: University of Tokyo. Invited speakers include: E. Lieb, B. Simon, E. Skibsted, M. Zworski, B. Helffer, A. Sobolev, G. Panati
Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear dispersive equations (August 30—September 1) organized by Yoshio Tsutsumi.
Spectral, Scattering Theory and Related Topics (December, 2017), organized by Shu Nakamura.
A gasshuku-style seminar organized by Nobu Kishimoto, Masaya Maeda, & Haruya Mizutani.
In the annual meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan at Yamagata University, Tosio Katofs photos and videos will be disclosed for the first time.
Tosio Kato was born in Kanuma City, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, in 1917. He pioneered mathematical analysis on Schrödingerfs equations, the Navier-Stokes equations, and abstract evolution equations. He left a strong school of PDEs in Japan and the USA. One of the objectives of this project is to commemorate his contributions to mathematical analysis.