In order to solve the energy and environmental problems and to realize the safe and secure society, the development of the high-functional and high-performance materials is required in a wide variety of research fields such as aerospace instruments, electric vehicle, tribology, solar cell, fuel cell, micromachine, electronics, etc. Especially, the recent material technologies constitute of multi-physics phenomena including chemical reaction, friction, impact, stress, fluid, photon, electron, heat, electric and magnetic fields, etc. Therefore, this laboratory is pioneering the development of new multi-physics simulation technology based on first-principles molecular dynamics, tight-binding molecular dynamics, reactive molecular dynamics, coarse-grained molecular dynamics, etc. and then is realizing the theoretical materials design with high-accuracy and high-speed. Especially, we are utilizing our dedicated MASAMUNE-IMR supercomputing system and it realizes the super-large-scale and super-high-speed simulations.
Materials Design Division
Materials Design by Computer Simulation Research Laboratory
- Assist. Prof. Nobuki OZAWA
- Assist. Prof. Yusuke OOTANI
- Specially Appointed Assist. Prof. Narumasa MIYAZAKI
Solution of Energy and Environmental Problems and Realization of Safe and Secure Society by Computer Simulation
computer simulation, multi-physics phenomena, materials design, low carbon society, safe and secure society