Computational Materials Science Laboratory

Simple methods of unraveling complicated problems

Unexpected phenomena sometimes occur when many simple individual factors converge. Examples include the superconductivity of atoms and electrons, and living phenomena made up of molecules and cells such as the brain network. Our laboratory is investigating the simple principles behind complicated phenomena using statistical physics methods and the latest computer technology.

College of Engineering Mechanical Engineering Advanced Mechanical Engineering / Graduate School of Engineering and Science(Master's Program) Mechanical Engineering Course / Graduate School of Engineering and Science(Doctor's Program) Functional Control Systems Course
Faculty Name
TOMITA, Yusuke
Keyword
Supercomputers,Algorithms,Simulations,Magnetic substances,Mathematical science,Dielectric elements
Laboratory location
No.3 Building OMIYA Campus 2F 3202-1

This lab is for this SDG activity:

  • 産業と技術革新の基盤をつくろう

STUDY FIELDS

  • Physics
  • Information science

FOR SOCIETY

Modeling is the identification and computer manipulation of composite elements within complicated phenomena. Modeling has been useful in analyzing things such as how the structure of proteins are determined and how traffic jams occur.

RESEARCH THEMES

  • Numerical calculation and analysis
  • Development of algorithms

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