Information for contributed speakers

  • In order to encourage attendance of non-Japanese researchers, presentations should be prepared in English. We also strongly recommended speakers to give your talk in English.
  • Each talk should be delivered within 20 minutes including talk, questions and comments. You can use 15 minutes for your talk and 5 minutes for questions.
  • Laptop for presentation is not prepared. Please bring your own Laptop computer.
  • Display connecters of projecters are VGA. If the output of your computer is not VGA, please bring an appropriate display adapter.
  • Please test your projection before your session starts.

Contributed talks

Wednesday, Sep. 7

Time 9:00 - 10:00, Sep. 7
Room A

Epidemiology / Within-host dynamics I

Session chair: Hisashi Inaba

Time 9:00 - 9:20

Genki Ichinose

Shizuoka University

Effect of peer pressure on the evolutionary vaccination game
Time 9:20 - 9:40

Masayuki Kakehashi

Hiroshima University

An analysis on the effect of school closure against influenza: 'Back Monte Carlo' data approach
Time 9:40 - 10:00

Takaaki Funo

Kyushu University

Correlation between malaria cases and rainfall

Time 9:00 - 10:00, Sep. 7
Room C

Development / Pattern / Morphogen I

Session chair: Takeshi Miura

Time 9:00 - 9:20

Yuji Sakai

Interdisciplinary Theoretical Science Research Group, RIKEN

Chromosome condensation effects on the organization and segregation
Time 9:20 - 9:40


Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine

Mechanism of cardiac looping of the embryonic heart
Time 9:40 - 10:00

Kenichi Nakazato

Theoretical biology lab, RIKEN

Understanding vascular remodelling from the view of continuum mechanics

Time 10:45 - 11:45, Sep. 7
Room A

Evolution / Behaviour I

Session chair: Hisashi Ohtsuki

Time 10:45 - 11:05

Joe Yuichiro Wakano

Meiji University

Traveling waves of cultural invasion
Time 11:05 - 11:25

Riccardo Pansini

Kunming Institute of Zoology

High cooperation levels in a PGG by Chinese subjects to mitigate climate change
Time 11:25 - 11:45

Cinthia Marie Tanaka

University of Sao Paulo

Persistence of local dialect in the face of a national standard language: a mathematical study

Time 10:45 - 12:05, Sep.7
Room C

Ecology / Environment I

Session chair: Toshiyuki Namba

Time 10:45 - 11:05

Hiromi Seno

Tohoku University

Mathematical modeling of metapopulation dynamics: Revisiting its meaning
Time 11:05 - 11:25

Kei Tokita

Nagoya University

Species abundance patterns of a food web model
Time 11:25 - 11:45

Ryo Oizumi

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare

Twofold stochasticity in structured population models
Time 11:45 - 12:05

Takashi Shimada

The University of Tokyo

Robustness of evolving open systems with mutual interactions

Time 16:15 - 17:35, Sep.7
Room A

Medicine / Immunology / Cancer I

Session chair: Akira Sasaki

Time 16:15 - 16:35

Akane Hara

Kyushu University

When is the allergen immunotherapy effective?
Time 16:35 - 16:55

Yoshiki Koizumi

Kanazawa University

Mathematical modeling of drug administration schedule in HCV infection
Time 16:55 - 17:15

Tatsuya Kurusu

Kyushu University

Modeling Hepatitis B Virus entry
Time 17:15 - 17:35

Haru Negami


Differential equation model with state-dependent delays for sleep disorder

Time 16:15 - 17:35, Sep.7
Room C

Other (beyond categories)

Session chair: Ken-ichi Hironaka

Time 16:15 - 16:35

Gen Kurosawa

Theoretical Biology Laboratory, RIKEN

Theoretical studies on temperature and biological clocks
Time 16:35 - 16:55

Koichiro Uriu

Kanazawa University

Genetic oscillations by positive and negative feedback loops interlocked at competitive binding sites
Time 16:55 - 17:15

Shingo Gibo

Theoretical Biology Laboratory, RIKEN

Genetic oscillations by positive and negative feedback loops interlocked at competitive binding sites
Time 17:15 - 17:35

Prabhat Shankar


Inference of Gene Regulatory from Experimental Data

Thursday, Sep. 8

Time 9:00 - 10:00, Sep. 8
Room A

Evolution / Behaviour II

Session chair: Joe Yuichiro Wakano

Time 9:00 - 9:20

Hisashi Ohtsuki


Does spatiality hinder evolutionary branching?
Time 9:20 - 9:40

Ryo Yamaguchi

Kyushu University

A tipping point in speciation with gene flow
Time 9:40 - 10:00

[Cancelled] Yuma Sakai

Hokkaido university

Pathogen propagation model with superinfection in lattice space

Time 10:45 - 12:05, Sep. 8
Room A

Ecology / Environment II

Session chair: Hiromi Seno

Time 10:45 - 11:05

Norio Yamamura

Doshisha University

Population Dynamics and Optimal Management of 4 Species (Grass, Shrub, Sheep and Goat) in Nomadism
Time 11:05 - 11:25

Shigeo Yachi

Kyoto University

Dynamics of community-based ecosystem management: the role of context-dependent ecosystem services
Time 11:25 - 11:45

Yuki Kubo

Kyushu University

Management of tropical forests with agroforestry and profit sharing
Time 11:45 - 12:05

Mayuko Nakamaru

Tokyo Institute of Technology

The evolution of cooperation in the division of labor: Industrial waste illegal dumping as an example

Time 10:45 - 11:45, Sep. 8
Room C

Epidemiology / Within-host dynamics II

Session chair: Shingo Iwami

Time 10:45 - 11:05

Akira Sasaki


A Bayesian updating model for the antigenic escapes of influenza virus subtypes
Time 11:05 - 11:25

Kazunori Sato

Shizuoka University

Lattice model of foot-and-mouth disease revisited
Time 11:25 - 11:45

Noriyuki Suzuki

Aoyama Gakuin university

HIV infection dynamics with pyroptosis of target cells

Time 15:45 - 17:05, Sep. 8
Room A

Evolution / Behaviour III

Session chair: Satoru Morita

Time 15:45 - 16:05

Tsuyoshi Mizuguchi

Osaka Prefecture University

Spatial and temporal structure of flying bird flocks
Time 16:05 - 16:25

Yumino Hayase

Hiroshima University

An active undulation of centipede locomotion
Time 16:25 - 16:45

Nariya Uchida

Tohoku University

Collective dynamics of bacteria at interfaces
Time 16:45 - 17:05

Takahiro Kamioka

Kyushu University

Evolution of density dependence and juvenile hormone regulation in wing polymorphic insects

Friday, Sep. 9

Time 9:00 - 10:20, Sep.9
Room A

Evolution / Behaviour IV

Session chair: Sachi Yamaguchi

Time 9:00 - 9:20

Masato S. Abe

National Institute of Informatics, JST ERATO Kawarabayashi Large Graph Project

Detecting interaction patterns in ant society by cross-embedding method
Time 9:20 - 9:40

Wataru Nakahashi


Cost and benefit of emotional contagion in group-living animals
Time 9:40 - 10:00

Robert Schlicht

Technische Universität Dresden

Evidence for conditional cooperation in biparental care systems?
Time 10:00 - 10:20

Shinsuke Satoi

Kyushu University

Theoretical study of chemical mimicking strategy in ants

Time 10:45 - 12:05, Sep.9
Room A

Evolution / Behaviour V

Session chair: Atsushi Yamauchi

Time 10:45 - 11:05

Makoto Douge

Kyushu University

Advantage of sex due to sibling diversity in an environment fluctuating over space and time
Time 11:05 - 11:25

Shikayama Daisuke

Shizuoka University

Improvement of the overestimation for invasion speed in higher birth-rate population
Time 11:25 - 11:45

Takuji Oba

Kyoto University

When does invasion implies substitution?
Time 11:45 - 12:05

Shota Nishijima

Fisheries Research Agency, National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Research Center for Fisheries Management

Eco-evolutionary dynamics of a plant-pollinator system under climate change

Time 10:45 - 11:45, Sep.9
Room C

Medicine / Immunology / Cancer II

Session chair: Koichi Saeki

Time 10:45 - 11:05

Mizuho Nagata

Aoyama Gakuin University

Mathematical model of T and NK cell therapy against cancer
Time 11:05 - 11:25

Shoya Iwanami

Kyushu University

Mathematical model of hematopoietic system with myeloid-restricted progenitors with long-term repopulating activity
Time 11:25 - 11:45

Yu Min

Aoyama Gakuin University

Dual role of delay effect in a tumor immune system

Time 14:00 - 15:20, Sep.9
Room A

Ecology / Environment III

Session chair: Kazunori Sato

Time 14:00 - 14:20

Sachi Yamaguchi

Kanagawa University

Time required for sex change in teleost fishes: hormonal dynamics shaped by selection
Time 14:20 - 14:40

Kouki Uchinomiya


Modeling optimal resource allocation in plant-fungi mutualism
Time 14:40 - 15:00

Ross Booton

University of Sheffield

The Role of Cannibalism in Determining Insect Voltinism Patterns
Time 15:00 - 15:20

Osaki Toru

Shizuoka university

Spatial pattern and its stability formed by algal blooms

Time 14:00 - 15:20, Sep.9
Room C

Development / Pattern / Morphogen II

Session chair: Koichiro Uriu

Time 14:00 - 14:20

Hiroshi UENO

Doshisha University

Dynamical Cooperativity: A New Approach to Enzymatic Computing
Time 14:20 - 14:40

Yoshihiro Morishita

RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center

Reconstructing 3D deformation dynamics for curved epithelial sheet morphogenesis from positional data of sparsely-labelled cells
Time 14:40 - 15:00

Masashi Tachikawa


Cargo accumulation can physically trigger membrane trafficking
Time 15:00 - 15:20

Takashi Okada


Law of Localization in Chemical Reaction Networks

Information for poster presenters

  • Posters should be prepared in English. We also strongly recommended presenters to use English for explanation of your research.
  • The size of posters should not exceed A0 format (84.1 x 118.9 cm, 33.11 x 46.81 inches).
  • Each poster has identified number. Poster presenters have core time to explain your research in front of your poster. Core time is distributed with the identified number. Core time of odd (1,3,5...) numbered posters is 12:15 - 14:00 (Lunch time) on Sep. 7. Core time of even (2,4,6...) numbered posters is 12:15 - 14:00 (Lunch time) on Sep. 8.
  • Please display before lunch time on Sep. 7. In order to examine posters for the prize, keep your poster displayed until 17:15 pn Sep. 8, and remove your poster before 14:00 on Sep. 9.
  • Please keep in mind that posters left at the exhivition place will be discarded by the local committee.

Poster presentations

Place East foyer (lobby) of 2nd floor

Immunology and Cancer

[P-1] Kazumasa Kaneko

The University of Tokyo

Modeling and inferring dynamics of T cell population in thymus

[P-2] Naoki Nakada

Aoyama gakuin university

Mathematical modeling and analysis of cancer immunotherapy: exploring the effect of cytokine mediated communication among T and NK cells

[P-3] Shinji Nakaoka

The University of Tokyo

Development of a computational grammar for immune cell processes

[P-4] Seiya Nishikawa

Waseda University

Fate after ‘cell competition’ depending on initial states in tumor-suppressor system


[Cancelled] [P-5] Takayuki Hiraoka

The University of Tokyo

Computational modeling of three-dimensional cell migration

[P-6] Kentaro Inoue


Mathematical model for NF-kB signal transduction system

[P-7] Masashi Kamo

Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

Explanation of non-additive effects in mixtures of similar mode of action chemicals

[P-8] Isao Kawaguchi


Mathematical model approach to understand abscopal effect with radiotherapy


[P-9] Masahiko Higashi

Nagoya University

A Coevolution Model of Individual and Social Learning in a Rugged Fitness Landscape

[P-10] Mariko Ito

The Graduate University for Advanced Studies

Emergence of opinion leaders in reference networks

[P-11] Mitsuhiro Nakamura


Learning processes and matching behavior in domestic chicks foraging

[P-12] Junpei Okuno

Waseda University

Foraging strategy using multi-tentacles in plasmodial slime mold

[P-13] Chikoo Oosawa

Dept of Biosci Bioinfor, Kyushu Inst of Tech

Gathering animals by escaping

[P-14] Hemma Philamore

Kyoto University

Trophallaxis for Swarms of Energy-Scavenging Artificial Organisms

[P-15] Motohide Seki

Kyushu University

Optimality and evolutionary stability of life histories with stages for cultural transmission of information

[P-16] Shohei Utsunomiya

Waseda University

Diversity of behavioral preference on cooperative transport in ants reduces obstacle passing time


[P-17] Fumiko Ogushi

Math. Sci. group, AIMR, Tohoku Univ.

A mean-field analysis of the simple model of evolving open systems

[P-18] Shota Shibasaki

The University of Tokyo

The evolutionary game in sexual reproduction of the social amoeba

[P-19] Masanori Tsuchiya

Nagoya University

An agent-based evolutionary model for diversification of phenotypic plasticity and personality in resource partitioning

[P-20] Yu Uchiumi


Evolution of vertical transmission of symbionts by reducing the rate of cell division

[P-21] Takahiro Yamagishi

Kyoto University

Joint Evolution of cytoplasmic male sterility and selfing rate in plant


[P-22] Nobuyuki Ishizuka

Aoyama University

Analysis of Lymph tissues network model of HIV infection dynamics

[P-23] Yusuke Ito

Kyushu University

Estimating the number of HIV-1 to infect target cells in nonrandom co-infection

[P-24] Nao Yamamoto

University of Hokkaido

How Does Correlation between Condom Use and Partner Type Influence the Transmission Dynamics of STI?

[P-25] Kenta Yashima


Network centrality measure based on sensitivity analysis of the basic reproductive ratio


[P-26] Shiori Abe

Nara Women's University

Population viability analysis of the Japanese rock ptarmigan

[P-27] Miki Hamada

Nara Women's University

Spatial SIS model as a point pattern dynamics

[P-28] Ikegawa Yusuke

Ryukyu Sankei Co., Ltd.

Effects of spatial and temporal homogeneity of releases of sterile insects on control of pests with limited dispersal ability

[P-29] Takahiro Irie

The University of Tokyo

A hierarchical Bayesian estimation of wild population size from the neutral genetic information

[Cancelled] [P-30] Nariyuki Nakagiri

University of Hyogo

Nest plate model for spacial effects and simulation of honey bees

[P-31] Kenta Suzuki

National Institute for Environmental Studies

Resilience of hydrothermal vent communities: a metacommunity framework

[P-32] Takenori Takada

Hokkaido University

Population statistics of random matrices


[P-33] Takahiro Hiraga

Hiroshima University

Mathematical study of the rising movement and its support from the chair

[P-34] Shigehide Iwata

Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

The catch control by the allocation of number of boat

[P-35] Kodai Sato

Waseda University

zone planning for emergency evacuation using Physarum algorithm

[P-36] Takuya Sekiguchi

National Institute of Informatics

How population clusters predict the population growth in Japan

[P-37] Mayumi Seto

Nara Women's University

Cost-benefit analysis of food safety management: The case of radioactive contaminant


[P-38] Hironori Fujita

National Institute for Basic Biology

Pattern density control in Turing systems

[P-39] Masatomo Matsushima

Doshisha Univ.

Classifying of synchronization pattern in oscillator circuits with optical signal

[P-40] Noriaki Ogawa

RIKEN (Nishina Center / iTHES)

Dynamical Pattern Selection of Growing Cellular Mosaic in Fish Retina

[P-41] Naoto Shingu

Kyushu University

Mathematical analysis for aging effects of endothelial cells on their self-organized pattern size

[P-42] Hiroto Shoji

Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine

Physical Analysis of Branching Patterns of Sinusoidal Networks in Hepatic Lobule

[P-43] Suguru Yaginuma

The univ. of Tokyo

Searching for 'ROP reaction system' which realizes Turing Pattern

[P-44] Takaaki Yonekura

The University of Tokyo

Analysis of orixate phyllotactic pattern with expanded Douady and Couder's model

Development and Morphology

[P-45] Yoshinori Hayakawa

Theoretical Biology Laboratory, RIKEN

Mathematical study of gene expression and morphogenesis coupling that realizes flat leaf formation

[P-46] Kazuya Horibe

Osaka University Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

Curvature-driven splitting of a planar traveling wave

[P-47] Osamu Iizuka

Kyushu University

Mechanism of Scaling law formation in developing retina vasculature

[P-48] Sang-Woo Lee


Neutral cell competition and tissue growth efficiency

[P-49] Fumito Mori

Theoretical Biology Laboratory, RIKEN

Origin of cell diversity: Analysis of fixed points in Boolean networks

[P-50] Shigeru Moriyama

Shimane University Faculty of Medicine

Mathematical representation and analysis of the number of cells in the intestinal epithelium of mouse embryos

[P-51] Yuto Naroda

Kyushu University

Mathematical analysis of fractality of skull sutures

[P-52] Toshiki Oguma

Kyushu University

The effect of cell dynamics on Delta-Notch pattern formation during retinal angiogenesis

[P-53] Daiki Sasaki

Kyushu University

Mathematical Modeling for Meshwork Formation of Endothelial Cells in Fibrin Gel

[P-54] Hisako Takigawa-Imamura

Kyushu University

Emergence of hierarchical structure of lung: a model and observation of cellular response to FGF

Applied math

[P-55] Emiko Ishiwata

Tokyo University of Science

Effect of time delay for an ultra-discretized logistic equation

[P-56] Kohkichi Kawasaki

Doshisha Univ.

Exact traveling wave solution with minimum speed for nonlinear reaction-diffusion equation and its properties

[P-57] Yohei Saito

The University of Tokyo

Discreteness-induced transition in multi-body reaction systems

[P-58] Yuki Sughiyama

The University of Tokyo

Steady State Thermodynamics in Population Dynamics