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    Yuzuru Sato obtained a Ph.D. in nonlinear physics from the University of Tokyo in 2000. He received postdoctoral fellowships from JSPS (1999-2001), RIKEN (2001-2002), and Santa Fe Institute (2002-2006). Since the year 2006, he is an associate professor at RIES / Department of Mathematics at Hokkaido university. His research is focused on problems in the field of nonlinear dynamical systems and complex systems.

Areas of interest

  • Dynamical systems and computability / computational complexity
  • Random dynamics and noise-induced phenomena
  • Controlling spatiotemporal chaos
  • Phenomenology of nonlinear dynamics with large degrees of freedom.

Publications

  • Books:
    • Yuzuru Sato and Ichiro Tsuda (Japanese translation), Dripping Faucet as a Model Chaotic System, (by Robert Shaw, Ariel Press (1984)), " Iwanami-shoten (2006).
  • Papers:
    • Kota Hiratsuka, Yuzuru Sato, and Zin Arai, "Computability and Complexity of Julia Sets," Proc. of NOLTA2013, p2-5: Hokkaido University Preprint Series in Mathematics, #1036, (2013).
    • Kazuhiro, Matsumoto, Yuzuru, Sato, Hiroshi, Endo, Keiichi, Kitajo, "Random dynamical systems modeling for brain wave synchrony," Proc. of NOLTA2013, p395-398: Hokkaido University Preprint Series in Mathematics, #1037, (2013).
    • Yuzuru Sato and Shun-ichi Amari, "Robust Computation in Two-dimensional Neural Field," Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Cognitive Neurodynamics, Advances in Cognitive Neurodynamics, pp 123-129, (2013).
    • Yuzuru Sato, "Random dynamics from time series," RIMS Technical Report, No. 1827, p24-32, Kyoto University, (2012).
    • Yuzuru Sato and Kazuhiro Matsumoto, "Random dynamics from time-serieses of physiological rhythms," Proc. of NOLTA2012, p497-500, (2012): Hokkaido University Preprint Series in Mathematics, #1012 (2012).
    • Yuzuru Sato, Makoto Iima and Yuji Tasaka, "Random dynamics from time-serieses of rotating fluid," Hokkaido University Preprint Series in Mathematics, #979 (2011).
    • Miguel Fuentes, Yuzuru Sato and Constantino Tsallis, "Sensitivity to initial conditions, entropy production and escape rate at the onset of chaos," Physics Letters A, 375:33, p2988-2991, (2011)
    • Yao Lu, Yuzuru Sato, and Shun-ichi Amari, "Traveling bumps and thier collisions in two-dimensional neural field," Neural Computation, 23:5, p1248-1260 (2011).
    • M. Iima, Y. Iijima, Y. Sato, and Y. Tasaka, "A time series analysis of the free-surface motion of rotating flow," Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Japan, 59, p187-193, (2010).
    • Yuzuru Sato, "Noise-induced phenomena in one-dimensional maps," RIMS Technical Report, No. 1688, p137, Kyoto University, (2010).
    • Yuzuru Sato, "Background of automata theory," Gendai-shiso, "Ways of thought in modern mathematics," September 2010, p155-163, (2010). in Japanese.
    • Yuzuru Sato, "Noise-induced phenomena in one-dimensional maps," IEICE Technical Report, NLP-2009-121, p221-223, (2010).
    • Yuzuru Sato, "Noise-induced phenomena in one-dimensional maps," RIMS Technical Report, No. 1688, p137, Kyoto University, (2009).