Research Teaching
Dr. Johannes Jaerisch

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Shimane University
Nishikawatsu 1060
Matsue, Shimane
690-8504 Japan

Office : Science and Engineering Building 3 -- Room 511
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Research Interests:
Ergodic theory and dynamical systems, complex analysis, geometric group theory, fractal geometry.

I am a Lecturer at the Department of Mathematics of Shimane University, Japan.
My current research project Thermodynamic formalism for non-compact spaces with applications in conformal dynamics is funded by JSPS KAKENHI 17K14203.

I was awarded the Takebe Prize of the Mathematical Society of Japan in 2018.
Previously, I was a Postdoc Research Fellow in the Department of Mathematics of Waseda University hosted by Prof. Dr. Katsuhiko Matsuzaki.
My project Thermodynamic formalism and geometry of Kleinian groups in Waseda was funded by the JSPS P14321 for Overseas Researchers.
From 2011-2014, I was a Postdoc Research Fellow in the Department of Mathematics of Osaka University.
My host researcher in Osaka University was Prof. Dr. Hiroki Sumi.
My project Dimension Theory of Skew Products was funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).
I was awarded the Bremer Studienpreis 2011 for my Doctoral Thesis. My advisor was Prof. Dr. Marc Kesseboehmer.
I am a member of the scientific network Skew product dynamics and multifractal analysis funded by the DFG.

Teaching in Summer 2019:
Calculus I, 1st year Undergraduate Course, Shimane University
Real analysis, 3rd year Undergraduate Course, Shimane University


Recent research presentations:
06-04, 2019, Dynamical Systems, Kyoto University, Japan.
03-19, 2019, MSJ Spring Meeting, Geometry Session, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
03-17, 2019, MSJ Spring Meeting, Statistics and Probability Session, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
09-22, 2018, Colloquium Talk, University of North Texas, TX, US.