Joint Reseaches for Computational Sfudies

Approved Proposals 2016

Cooperative Researchers Cooperative Research Subjects
Takaaki Yokoyama University of Tokyo Formation of a Quadrupolar Active Region Producing a Flare
Tatsuhiro Yokoyama NICT Understanding and forecasting of equatorial plasma bubble
Katsufumi Ohashi Kagoshima University Analysis of the atmospheric flow on the surrounding observation site
Kozo Nakamura JAMSTEC Improvement of the bin microphysical scheme in CReSS
Ken Tsubouchi Tokyo Tech. Dynamics of interstellar pickup ions in the vicinity of the heliospheric boudary region
Keiichiro Fukazawa Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University Optimazation of MHD code to varisous CPU architecture toward exa-flops computer
Shuichi Matsukiyo Graduate School of Sciences,Kyushu University Microinstabilities in the transition region of a collisionless shock
Akihiko Morimoto Ehime University Study on variability in lower trophic ecosystem in the Japan Sea by means of coupled phyical-ecological model
Tomohiko Watanabe Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University Magnetohydrodynamic instability and Alfvenic turbulence in the magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling system
Takayuki Umeda ISEE, Nagoya University Vlasov simulations on fluid-scale instabilities in plasma boundary layers
Takuma Nakamura Austrian academy of sciences Study on the jet front region of magnetic reconnection: 3D fully kinetic simulations
Yoshihiko Susuki Osaka Prefecture University 200m super-resolved weather simulation for data-driven operation technology of wide-area power systems
Naoki Terada Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University Development of high-order semi-discrete central schemes
Koji Kondo Research Center for Space and Cosmic Evolution, Ehime University
Computer Simulations of Geomagnetospheric Substorm
Kenji Baba Rakuno Gakuen University spatiotemporal change of Asian dust with bioaerosol
Takanobu Amano Department of Earth and Planetary Science, University of Tokyo Development of Energetic-Particle Hybrid Simulation Code
Kanya Kusano ISEE, Nagoya University Study of Numerical Prediction of Solar Flares
Hiroyuki Shinagawa NICT Study of space environment disturbances using the whole atmosphere-ionosphere coupled model GAIA
Satoshi Inoue Max-Planck Institute for Solar System Research MHD Simulation of Solar Flares and CMEs based on an Observed Magnetic Field.
Kazuaki Yasunaga Toyama University Characteristics of Rainfall and Snowfall on the Japan Sea Coastal Region during the Winter Monsoon Season
Shinji Saito Nagoya University Mirror mode instability with electron kinetic process in magnetosheath region
Daikou Shiota ISEE, Nagoya University Development of data-assimilation interlocked solar corona simulator
Seiji Zenitani NAOJ Kinetic modeling of collisionless magnetic reconnection
Park kyung sun Chungbuk National University The study for the dipole tilt effect by using a global MHD simulation
Koichiro Sugiyama National institute of Technology, Matsue College An assessment of Mars surface enviroment: application of CReSS to Martian atmosphere
Shinobu Machida ISEE, Nagoya University Empirical study on physical processes in asymmetric magnetic reconnection via full-particle plasma simulations and spacecraft data analyses
Mitsuru Matsumura ISEE, Nagoya University Numerical simulations of ionospheric response to solar flare
Keiji Hayashi ISEE, Nagoya University/NSSC, CAS solar-wind MHD simulation temporally seamless over solar cycle 21 to 24