March 28, 2022
Mathematical Science Research Project for Realization of the Future Mobility Society
Collaboration with the Advanced Mathematical Science for Mobility Society Research Unit, Kyoto University
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The Frontier Research Center of Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) is further accelerating research through co-creation with research institutes in Japan and overseas. We are working with, the Advanced Mathematical Science for Mobility Society Research Unit of Kyoto University on a mathematical science research project for realizing the future mobility society. You can read about the thoughts of professors from Kyoto University and members from Toyota here (You will forward to the Kyoto Uni. site. Japanese only. The site is to open on April 2, 2022).
Messages from the members
Toyota positions mathematical and data sciences as fundamental research fields, and is actively engaged in its researches. In this project, we are co-creating with many professors mainly from Kyoto University from the perspectives of analysis of people, material, and information flows, tensor data and graph networks, and algorithm theory. The main goal is to develop new mathematics to support the future mobility society. Our research results are actively reported at international conferences1,2.
Hirotaka Kaji Ph.D.
Joined Toyota in 2009, and is currently the research leader of the Frontier Research Center. He majored in Informatics in graduate school. Since joining Toyota, he has been engaged in research on Machine Learning and Biological Signal Processing. His hobbies are walking and reading.
Yoshiumi Kawamura Ph.D.
Joined Toyota in 2005, and is currently the manager of the Advanced Research Department of the Frontier Research Center. He majored in Theoretical Chemistry in graduate school. Since joining Toyota, he has been engaged in research on Material Science and application of Mathematical Science. His hobby is cooking fish dishes on the weekends.
- Hiromichi Goko, Kazuhisa Makino, Shuichi Miyazaki and Yu Yokoi. “Maximally Satisfying Lower Quotas in the Hospitals/Residents Problem with Ties”, 39th International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science, 2022, accepted.
- Hiromichi Goko, Akitoshi Kawamura, Yasushi Kawase, Kazuhisa Makino and Hanna Sumita. “Online Scheduling on Identical Machines with a Metric State Space”, 39th International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science, 2022, accepted.