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Name NOGUCHI Kenta
Related Course(s)JNJDJSJC
School Subjects Principally
in Charge of
Information Mathematics III (Applied Geometry)
Methods of Teaching Mathematics
Position Assistant Professor
Field of Specialization Mathematics
Area of Research Graph Theory, Combinatrics
Affiliated Societies The Mathematical Society of Japan
Career Summary Sept 2015 - Present
Tokyo Denki University, School of Information Environment (Assistant Professor)
Apr 2015 - Aug 2015
Shibaura Institute of Technology (Part-time lecturer)
Apr 2014 - Mar 2015
Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Apr 2006 - Mar 2014
Keio University (Bachelor, Master and Doctoral course)
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Selected Papers and Published Works

  • A. Nakamoto, K. Noguchi and K. Ozeki, Extension to even triangulations, SIAM J. Discrete Math., in press.
  • A. Nakamoto, K. Noguchi and K. Ozeki, Cyclic 4-colorings of graphs on surfaces, J. Graph Theory, in press.
  • K. Noguchi and Y. Suzuki, Relationship among triangulations, quadrangulations and optimal 1-planar graphs, Graphs and Combinatorics, in press.
  • K. Noguchi, The empire problem in even embeddings on closed surfaces, J. Graph Theory 75 (2014), pp.20-30.
  • K. Noguchi, The empire problem in even embeddings on closed surfaces with ε≦0, Discrete Math. 313 (2013), pp.1944-1951.

Award

  • The 2013 MSJ Prize for Exellent Applied Mathematicians, awarded by The Mathematical Society of Japan, March 2014

Message to Students

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