Manabu OURA
(Japanese)
Research Interests:
code,
lattice,
invariant ring,
modular form.
Miscellaneous:

Certain subrings in classical invariant theory
By N. Hamid, M. Kosuda, M. Oura.

Note on the permutation group associated to Epolynomial
By H. Imamura, M. Kosuda, M. Oura.
Matrices

Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research Station, Kanazawa University

Vaclav Kosik (Czech Technical University) joined our group in 2018 July. Acanthus 4211

International Symposium on Computational Science 2019,
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RIMS "Research on algebraic combinatorics, related groups and algebras"

Managing Director of NSK Scholarship Foundation visited Kanazawa University.
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RIMS Workshop "Towards new development of mathematics via computational algebra systems
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Series of lectures "Algebraic graph theory" by
Akira Hiraki(Osaka Kyoiku University)
Aug 31 Sep 3, 2015
Kanazawa University

32nd Symposium on Algebraic Combinatorics
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Hidehisa Naganuma (Professor Emeritus at Kochi University) has passed away
December 25, 2014, at the age of 73.

Classification of doubly even selfdual codes of length 40
by
BetsumiyaHaradaMunemasa

Extremal even unimodular lattice of dimension 72 by
Prof.Nebe

The 27th Symposium on Algebraic Combinatorics at Kochi, June 21  June 23, 2010.

Invariant theoretical approaches to the ring of Siegel modular forms and
the related topics(a survey)
[pdf],
The 4th Spring Conference on Modular Forms and Related Topics
``Siegel Modular Forms and Abelian Varieties",
at Hotel Curreac, HamanaLake,
organized by T.Ibukiyama (Osaka Univ.),
February 59, 2007.

Professor Eiichi Bannai (Kyushu University) was awarded
2007 Algebra Prize(Mathematical Society of Japan).

The dimension formula of the invariant ring of H5.
manuscript
not to be published,
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Professor Masaaki Harada (Yamagata University) was awarded the
2004 Hall Medal(Institute of Combinatorics and Applications).

Weight enumerators of binary selfdual doublyeven codes
of Length 32 in genus 4.

Some graded rings coming from coding theory,
"Algebraic geometry, number theory, coding theory,
and cryptography" (January, 2003), Tokyo.
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Grants:
20172019: GrantinAid for Scientific Research(C), KAKENHI
20132015: GrantinAid for Scientific Research(C), KAKENHI
20092012: GrantinAid for Young Scientists (B), KAKENHI
20052007: GrantinAid for Young Scientists (B), KAKENHI(2007 declined due to my stay abroad)
2003:
2003:
NOASTEC with Dr.Y.Rikuna(Waseda Univ.)
2003:
2002:
Sapporo Medical University Academic Foundation:
we invited
Professor I.M.Duursma(University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign)
20022004: GrantinAid for Young Scientists (B), KAKENHI
2003:
2001: NOASTEC
Curriculum Vitae:
2020.4: Chair of Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Kanazawa University
2014.10: Professor, Kanazawa University
2004.3: Associate Professor, Kochi University
2001.4: Assistant Professor, Sapporo Medical University
1998.4: JSPS Research Fellow
1998.3: Doctor of Mathematics, Kyushu University
1995.3: Master of Mathematics, Kyushu University
1993.3: Graduated from Kyushu University
1969.8: Born in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan

Students who intend to study at Kanazawa
Address:
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Institute of Science and Engineering
Kanazawa University
Kakumamachi, Kanazawa
Ishikawa 9201192
Japan
Phone:+81(0)762645635
Fax:+81(0)762646065
Email:oura@se.kanazawau.ac.jp