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 Hideaki Kaneko
 Professor & Chair
 Department of Mathematics & Statistics
 2214 Engr and Comp Sci Bldg

Norfolk,
VA
23529
 7576834969
 hkaneko@odu.edu

Education
 Clemson University,
1979

Major: Applied Functional Analysis

Degree: Ph. D.
 Clemson University,
1976

Major: Functional Analysis

Degree: M.S.
 College of Charleston,
1974

Major: Mathematics

Degree: B.S.

Research Interests
 Numerical Analysis of Integral Equations
Fixed Point Theory
Wavelets Theory and its Applications to Integral Equations
Finite Element Methods

Articles
 Kaneko, H., and Neamprem, K. Acceleration techniques by postprocessing of numerical solutions of Hammerstein equation. Journal of Integral Equations and Applications
 Kaneko, H., Huabsomboon, P., and Novaprateep, B. Taylorexpansion methods for nonlinear Hammerstein equations. Applied Mathematics and Computation
 Kaneko, H., Huabsomboon, P., and Novaprateep, B. Taylorexpansion methods for the second kind integral equations. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics
 Kaneko, H., Huabsomboon, P., and Novaprateep, B. Taylorexpansion methods for Volterra integral equations of the second kind. Applied Mathematics and Computation
 Kaneko, H., Huabsomboon, P., and Novaprateep, B. (2009). Discrete Taylorexpansion method for integral equations. International Jounral of Numerical Methods and Applications, 1 (2), (pp. 139153).
 Kaneko, H., Bey, K. S., Lenbury, Y., and Toghaw, P. (2008). Numerical experiments using hierarchical finite element method for nonlinear heat conduction in plates. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, 201, (pp. 414430).
 Kaneko, H., Bey, K. S., Daffer, P. Z., and Toghaw, P. (2007). Error analysis of pversion discontinuous Galerkin method for heat transfer in builtup structures. Communications on Pure and Applied Analysis, 6 (3), (pp. 719740).
 Kaneko, H., Toghaw, P., and Lenbury, Y. (2007). Hierarchical modeling for nonlinear heat equations over a multilayered plane. Contributions in Mathematics and Applications II, EastWest Journal of Mathematics (Special Volume) (pp. 133148).
 Kaneko, H., Hou, G. J., and Bey, K. (2006). A discontinuous Galerkin method for parabolic equations. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 182, (pp. 388402).
 Kaneko, H., Hou, G. J., and Bey, K. (2006). Discontinuous Galerkin method for parobolic equations with modified h  p finite element approach. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 182, (pp. 14051417).
 Kaneko, H., and Daffer, P. (2006). On a construction of wavelets. Applicable Analysis, 85 (10), (pp. 12451253).

Conference Proceeding
 Kaneko, H., and Toghaw, P. (2005). Hierarchical finite element method for nonlinear heat conduction in plates. (pp. 3764). Proceeding of International Conference in Mathematics and Applications: ICMAMU 2005.

Presentations

Wavelet Applications to Integral Equations

Location: Chiang Mai University

Date: January 13, 2010

Authors/Presenters:
Kaneko, H.

Wavelet Applications to Integral Equations

Location: Mahasarakham University

Date: January 11, 2010

Authors/Presenters:
Kaneko, H.

Acceleration Techniques by PostProcessing of Numerical Solution of Hammerstein Equation

Conference Name: International conference in Mathematics and Applications

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Date: 2009

Authors/Presenters:
Kaneko, H.

Hierarchical finite element method for nonlinear heat conduction in plates

Conference Name: International Conference in Mathematics and Applications (IMCAMU 2005)

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Date: December, 2005

Authors/Presenters:
Kaneko, H.

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

A posteriori error analysis for hierarchical finite element method for heat conduction in multilayered plates

Date: June, 2004  May, 2007

Investigators:Kaneko, H.