

Associate Professor
Kaoru FUJIOKABrief personal history2000 Graduated from Mathematics major, Department of Science, School of Education, Waseda University2002 Graduated from Master Course, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University 2003 Research Associate at School of Education, Waseda University 2005 Coursework completed without degree, Graduate School of Education, Waseda University 2005 Technical Assistant at Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University 2006 Research Assistant at School of Science and Engneering, Tokyo Denki University 2009 Research Assistant Professor at Office for Strategic Research Planning, Kyushu University 2011 Assistant Professor at Office for Strategic Research Planning, Kyushu University 2013 Lecturer at International College of Arts and Sciences, Fukuoka Women's University DegreesPh.D.Research themesMathematical models of environment and social phenomenonBrief explanation of researchConstructing and analyzing computational models based on environment and social phenomena. Especially, computational models including automaton and cellular automaton. Furthermore, a formal language theory and a theory of computer science.Select publication list1.Fujioka, K. Morphic characterizations with insertion systems. Theoretical Computer Science, Vol. 469, pp.6976, 2013. 2.Fujioka, K., Katsuno, H. On the generative powers of cancel minimal linear grammars with single nonterminal symbol except the start symbol. IEICE Transactions, 94D(10), pp.19451954, 2011. 3.Fujioka, K. Morphic characterizations of languages in Chomsky hierarchy with insertion and locality. Information and Computation, 209, 3, pp.397408, 2011. 4.Fujioka, K. Refinement of representation theorems for contextfree languages. IEICE Transactions, Vol. E93.D, No. 2, pp.227232, 2010. 5.Onodera, K., Yokomori, T. Doubler and linearizer: an approach toward a unified theory for molecular computing based on DNA complementarity. Natural Computing, Vol. 7, Num. 1, pp.125143, 2008. 6.Onodera, K. On the generative powers of some extensions of minimal linear grammars. IEICE Transactions, Vol. E90D, No.6, pp.895904, 2007. 7.Onodera, K. A note on homomorphic representation of recursively enumerable languages with insertion grammars. IPSJ Journal, Vol. 44, No. 5, pp.14241427, 2003. Research fieldInformation mathematics.Computer science. Membership of Academic SocietiesThe Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication EngineersInformation Processing Society of Japan LA Symposium FundsGrantsinAid for Scientific Research for Young Scientists B20112015 year “Theoretical analysis of new computational system using molecular computing” Lecture subjectsMathematics for Contemporary Society (lecture on mathematical theory used in social systems)International Conflicts and Mathematics (lecture on international conflicts based on game theory) Globalization and diverseness (lecture on a function of information media in international society) Environment and Mathematics (lecture on the theory and application for environmental problems concerning game theory and linear programming) Seminar in Environmental Management IV (lecture on exercise problems using computer for environmental problems) Practical Studies: Environmental Policy I Practical Studies: Environmental Policy II Environmental Information Science (grad school: lecture on mathematical theory for nature and social phenomena) Related field


