# Yuzuru Sato

Yuzuru Sato obtained a Ph.D. in nonlinear physics and complex systems from the University of Tokyo. He received postdoctoral fellowships from 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. Since the year 2013 he is an External Fellow at London Mathematical Laboratory in UK. His research is focused on problems in the field of dynamical systems theory, nonlinear physics, and complex systems. His recent works in progress are;

1. Dynamical systems and chaos

2. Random dynamical systems and stochastic chaos

3. Phenomenology of nonlinear dynamics with large degrees of freedom

4. Time seties analysis

## News

- September, 2021

Organizer / Lecturer, Hokkaido Summer Institute, Summer School on Computational Ergodic Theory, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan. - September, 2021

Organizer, Random Dynamical Systems and Fractal Geometry, RIMS Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan. - August, 2021

Invited talk, “Stochastic bifurcation in a turbulent swirling flow,” Mathematical methods for the studies of flow, shape, and dynamics, RIMS Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan. - July, 2021

Mentor, London Mathematical Laboratory Summer School, ICTP, Italy. - June, 2021

Contributed talk, “Stochastic bifurcation in a turbulent swirling flow”RIMS workshop on dynamical systems, RIMS Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan. - March, 2021

Invited talk, “Stochastic chaos in random dynamical systems and its Applications,” Mathematical Science of Complex Systems: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Information and Chaos. Hokkaido University, Japan.