YONEDA, Tsuyoshi
Title

Associate Professor 
Field

Mathematical Fluid Dynamics 
Research interests

Mathematical analysis of fluid mechanics by using the NavierStokes and Euler equations 
Current research

The Coriolis force plays a significant role in the large scale flow considered in meteorology and geophysics. My first reseach interest is to analyze the rotating NavierStokes and Euler equations mathematically. My second research interest is to attimpt turbulence analysis in mathematics, in particular, laminarturbulence transition by using elementary differential geometry. This topic is related to ``pulsatile flow" and ``vortex breakdown" in physics. Recently, some researchers made breakthrough in the incompressible Euler study field. They analyzed hyperbolic flow configurations with characteristic curve observation, and solved several open problems in the Euler study field. The most important recent works must be BourgainLi (2014, Inventione Math.) and KiselevSverak (2014, Annals of Math.).My third reseach interest is to analyze such hyperbolic flow configurations. This topic is related to ``vortexthinning" in 2D turbulence. 
Selected publications


Memberships, activities and Awards 
The Mathematical Society of Japan 2014：The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:The Young Scientists' Prize. 2012：MSJ Tatebe Katahiro Prize. 2012：Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists. 2009: Chairman Award for Outstanding Ingenuity and Creativity, University of Tokyo. 