Computer simulations: fast algorithms

Computer simulations provide powerful means of solving various problems in science and engineering. Computational mechanics is one of such approaches which, along with theoretical and experimental mechanics, investigates mechanical phenomena efficiently. This division develops various approaches of the Boundary Integral Equation Method (BIEM), which is one of major techniques of computational mechanics and is considered suitable for the analyses of phenomena such as waves, fracture, etc. We are currently interested in fast BIEMs and their applications to large scale problems.

We also develop new numerical algorithms for condensed matter physics and statistical physics.

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Hitoshi YOSHIKAWA mail
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Kenji HARADA

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Kazuki NIINO
 
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SecretaryKyoko UEDA mail
D3Ryota MISAWA
D2Yasuhiro MATSUMOTO
M2Takaya SUZUKI
Junya HATTORI
Seiya HIRAKAWA
Satoshi FUKUDA
Takaya YAMAMOTO
M1Kaiki II
Takuto KUBOTA
Ryuki SATO
Daichi SUGA
Kaori YANAGISAWA
B4Kazuki TAKAHARA
Shinichi CHIYODA
Rei MUKAIGAWARA
Takahiro WAKAHARA

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Department of Applied Analysis and Complex Dynamical Systems, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan

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Yoshikawa418
Harada208(Fac. of Eng. Int. Research Bldg.)
Niino402
Secretary402
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