Miniworkshop for Women in Mathematics RIMS Kyoto University, Mathematical Society of Japan Place: Lecture Hall at RIMS, Kyoto University Date: March 29^{th}, 2016 Organized by RIMS(Kyoto University),
Department of Mathematics (Kyoto University) 
Program:
13:00 Opening
Kayo Inaba, Executive Vice President (Gender Equality, International Affairs, and Public Relations)
Shigefumi Mori, President of the International Mathematical Union
Motoko Kotani, President of the Mathematical Society of Japan
13:2014:10 Ingrid Daubechies (Duke University, IMU)
Taking Stock
14:2014:50 Shihoko Ishii (The University of Tokyo)
数学は『数』の『学』？
Is Mathematics “study” of “numbers”?
15:1015:40 Senjo Shimizu (Kyoto University)
微分方程式が語ること
What differential equations tell us
16:0016:30 Makiko Sasada (The University of Tokyo)
確率の不思議と研究生活の魅力
Wonders of probability and my happy life as a mathematician
16:3017:00 Asuka Takatsu (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
感覚と数学
Feeling and Mathematics
17:1018:00 Panel Discussion
Moderator John Toland (University of Cambridge, IMU)
Ingrid Daubechies, Jill Mesirov(UCSD), Shihoko Ishii, Senjo Shimizu, Makiko Sasada, Asuka Takatsu, Shigefumi Mori
講演者紹介
Brief CV of Speakers
Ingrid Daubechies

1980年 ブリュッセル大学で学位取得 1994年 プリンストン大学教授 2011年 デューク大学教授 2012年 ベルギー国王よりBaronessの爵位を授与される 2011年〜14年 国際数学連合総裁 
Shihoko Ishii
1984年 東京都立大学で博士号取得 1988年 九州大学助手 1989年 東京工業大学助手，1990年同助教授，1998年同教授 2011年 東京大学教授 1995年 猿橋賞受賞 2011年 日本数学会代数学賞受賞
1984 Ph.D. at Tokyo Metropolitan University, 1988 assinstant profesoor in Kyushu University, 1989 assistant professor in Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1990 associate professor there, 1998 professor there, 2011 professor in University of Tokyo 1995 awarded Saruhashi Prize, 2011 awarded Algebra Prize of Japan Math. Society 
Senjo Shimizu
京都大学大学院人間・環境学研究科・教授 筑波大学大学院数学研究科 博士課程修了(博士)(理学)) 静岡大学工学部, 理学部を経て2015年より現職. 専門は解析学, 特に偏微分方程式論. 2012年函数方程式論福原賞, および2014年Bessel賞受賞.
1994
Doctor degree of science (by the University of Tsukuba) Discipline Analysis (Partial Differential Equations) Awards
2012
Fukuhara Prize (from Division of Functional Equations, 
Makiko Sasada
東京大学大学院数理科学研究科准教授。2011年東京大学大学院数理科学研究科にて博士号取得。2011年4月より慶應義塾大学理工学部数理科学科助教、
2014年4月より同専任講師を経て、2015年より現職。
2010年に日本数学会賞建部賢弘賞奨励賞、2011年に第1回日本学術振興会育志賞、東京大学総長大賞を受賞。専門は統計物理に関連する確率論の諸問題。女子学生向けに数学の魅力を紹介するホームページ「数理女子」を運営。

Asuka Takatsu
2010年 東北大学にて学位取得 
Jill Mesirov is associate vice
chancellor for computational health sciences and professor of medicine UC San
Diego School of Medicine. As associate vice chancellor, Mesirov is
responsible for the overarching strategy for computational health sciences and
research computing at UC San Diego School of Medicine. She is a member of
the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, where she serves as colead for the cancer
genomes and networks research program.

Shigefumi Mori received his Ph.D. in 1978 from Kyoto University
under Professor Masayoshi Nagata. He became an assistant at Kyoto University in
1975, an assistant professor at Harvard University (1977  1980), a lecturer at
Nagoya University in 1980. Then he visited Harvard University, I.A.S.
Princeton, Columbia University and several others until he became a professor
at Nagoya University in 1988. In 1990 he moved to RIMS, Kyoto University, where
he served as Director during 2011  2014. He has also been Member of Japan
Academy since 1999. He received Frank Nelson Cole Prize, Japan Academy Prize,
Fields Prize, Person of Cultural Merits of Japanese Government, and Fujiwara
Award, and University Professor of Nagoya University among others. He was
Member of Executive Committee of IMU (1995  1998), Member of General Committee
of ICSU (1996  1998), Vice President of IMU (1999  2002), and has been
President of IMU since 2015.

John Toland, who is Director of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge (UK), works on theoretical aspects of specific nonlinear partial differential equations using global topological and variational methods and (elementary) realanalyticvariety techniques. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society and a member of the Executive Committee of the International Mathematical Union. 
Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto, 6068502 JAPAN