(Lecturer/Division of Environmental Studies)
Department of Human and Engineered Environmental Studies/Computational mechanics
- 2012: B. Eng., Yokohama National University
- 2016: Dr. Eng., The University of Tokyo
- 2016-2019: Research associate, The University of Tokyo
- 2019-2020: Project research associate, The University of Tokyo
- 2020-2022: Research associate, The University of Tokyo
- 2022-present: Lecturer, The University of Tokyo
Faculty of Engineering: Specialized Project
This laboratory carries out research on computational fluid dynamics using the particle method. The particle method is characterized by its meshfree calculation framework which enables us to numerically simulate fluid flows with complex gas-liquid interface behaviors. Since flows involving gas-liquid interfaces are ubiquitous in nature and industry, the particle method has been applied to the academic research and the industrial applications in a wide range of fields. However, there are still many complex problems that cannot be solved with the current technology. We challenge the frontier of computational science by developing new computational algorithms, integrating finite element methods, and using advanced HPC environments, and aim to solve the problems faced by industry and society.
Our mission is to contribute to the realization of a prosperous and sustainable society. We pursue new computational technologies that meet the needs of industry.
Messages to Students
Needless to say, the knowledge learned in the lectures is important. However, it is also important to question conventional theories. Such flexible thinking leads to epock-making research. We respect your initiative and hope to make our laboratory a place where you can satisfy your intellectual curiosity about physical phenomena and computational science.