Collaboration Research Centers and Facilities

Center for Computational Materials Science

Momoji KUBO

Head/Prof.Momoji KUBO

  • Specially Appointed Assoc. Prof. Yayoi TERADA
  • Specially Appointed Assist. Prof. Hayato SHIBA
  • Specially Appointed Assist. Prof. Kaoru YAMAZAKI

Support for Materials Design by Superlarge-Scale Simulation and Development of Application Soft ware for Supercomputer

First main task of our center is supercomputing system administration and support; ①Administration, operation, and maintenance of our supercomputing system, ② General supports for users of our supercomputing system, ③Supports for parallel computation techniques in our supercomputing system, and ④Holding lecture courses for application software in our supercomputing system. Second main task of our center is research and development for computational materials science; ⑤ Development and application of superlarge-scale application software for supercomputer, ⑥Development of multi-physics computational science methodology and its application to materials design, ⑦Research on basic theory for multi-scale materials science and its application to materials design, and ⑧Research on materials informatics technology and its application to materials development. Third main task of our center is collaboration with and support for other institutes and projects; ⑨Collaboration with HPCI (High Performance Computing Infrastructure), ⑩Supply of computational resources to supercomputing consortium for computational materials science (collaboration with supercomputer centers in Institute for Solid State Physics and Institute for Molecular Science), ⑪ Collaboration with and support for Post-K priority issues and exploratory challenges projects, and ⑫Collaboration with and support for PCoMS (Professional development Consortium for Computational Materials Scientists).

supercomputer, computational materials science, superlarge-scale simulation, multi-physics and multi-scale simulation
Superlarge-Scale Simulation of Ni/YSZ with 200 Million Atoms

Superlarge-Scale Simulation of Ni/YSZ with 200 Million Atoms

Crack Generation Simulation of Ni Polycrystal with 2 Million Atoms under Water

Crack Generation Simulation of Ni Polycrystal with 2 Million Atoms under Water

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