Associate professor, Ph.D in physics.
O-okayama 2-12-1, Meguro, Tokyo, E-mail: nakao[at]mei.titech.ac.jp
Field of studyd:
Nonlinear dynamics, stochastic processes, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics
Theoretical studies of nonlinear phenomena, in particular, nonlinear rhythms and their synchronization, pattern formation, spatio-temporal chaos, network dynamics, etc.
Nonlinear dynamics, rhythmic phenomena, chaos, reduction theory, coupled dynamical systems, reactiom-diffusion systems, synchronization, pattern formation, self-organization, fractals, complex networks
- Collective dynamics of coupled oscillator networks
- Pattern formation and chaos in network-coupled dynamical systems
- Synchronization and coherence of nonlinear oscillators subjected to common noise
- Reduction theory of nonlinear dynamical systems
- Non-Gaussian intermittent stochastic processes
Recent papers [List]
- "Dynamics of limit cycle oscillators subject to general noise", Denis S. Goldobin. Jun-nosuke Teramae, Hiroya Nakao, and G. Bard Ermentrout, Physical Review Letters 105, 154101 (2010).
- "Turing patterns in network-organized activator-inhibitor systems", Hiroya Nakao and Alexander S. Mikhailov, Nature Physics 6, 544-550 (2010).
- "Stochastic phase reduction for a general class of noisy limit cycle oscillators", Jun-nosuke Teramae, Hiroya Nakao, and G. Bard Ermentrout, Physical Review Letters 102, 194102(1-4) (2009).
- "Collective phase sensitivity", Yoji Kawamura, Hiroya Nakao, Kensuke Arai, Hiroshi Kori, and Yoshiki Kuramoto, Physical Review Letters 101, 024101 (2008).
- "Noise-induced synchronization and clustering in ensembles of uncoupled limit-cycle oscillators", Hiroya Nakao, Kensuke Arai, and Yoji Kawamura, Physical Review Letters 98, 184101 (2007).