[Kiyoshi Kotani] Development of Floquet theorem for multi-body and time-delayed systems and its application for neuroscience

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Kiyoshi Kotani
The University of Tokyo
Associate Professor
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Many biological systems exhibit weak oscillatory dynamics in macro-scale with diverse dynamics in micro-scale. Here we develop Floquet theorem for multi-body and time-delayed systems to analyze the macroscopic weak rhythms.
By utilizing both the multi-scale biological experiments and the developed Floquet theorem, we elucidate the functional roles of weak macroscopic rhythms in the brain.
Furthermore, we aim to develop methods to detect the symptoms of aging and disease, and to assist brain functions without severe side-effects.

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