Reading the World through the Window of Math
Authors: Hiroyasu Miyazaki, Akinori Tanaka, Ryosuke Iritani and Nagisa Hiroshima
Editor: Tetsuo Hatsuda and Ryosuke Shibato
Release date: November 19, 2021
Exploring Prime Numbers, AI, Biology, and the Universe
Young researchers who use math to tackle a variety of research themes explain their research and their career choices with fresh sensitivity.
AI (artificial intelligence), biological evolution, and dark matter in the universe - there is a way to understand these different research fields through the same perspective: That is mathematics which is a common language for studying a wide range of phenomena. Young researchers will introduce their respective research field through the window of mathematics with a fresh sensibility, while sharing their own career choices and the appeal of their research.
Table of Contents
- Preface (Ryosuke Shibato)
Introduction - Viewing the World through the Window of Math (Tetsuo Hatsuda)
Chapter 1: Beyond the Wonder of Numbers (Hiroyasu Miyazaki)
Chapter 2: How to Make Artificial Intelligence Draw Pictures (Akinori Tanaka)
Chapter 3: Mathematical Understanding of Biological Evolution (Ryosuke Iritani)
Chapter 4: What Color is Dark Matter? --How to Study Invisible Things (Nagisa Hiroshima)
Afterword (Ryosuke Shibato)