I will give an instruction of research by computer simulation to investigate the physics of fundamental processes of plasma, such as structure formation and self-organization of plasma in an open system. To solve the dynamics of plasma in the wide time-space scale range in plasma physics, we are working on the development of multi-scale simulation models, which can solve the physics self-consistently and simultaneously from the micro scale to the macro scale. We are also working on the development of scientific visualization technology (three-dimensional virtual-reality expression), which is one of the important factors in pushing forward the simulation science and the cooperation with the experiments and device development
|Course||Division of Fusion Simulation|
|Affiliation||Fundamental Physics Simulation Research Division|
|Department||Plasma Particle Simulation Research Section|
|Degree||Doctor of Science|
|Works||-H.Ohtani, M.Shoji, N.Ohno, Y.Suzuki, S.Ishiguro, A.Kageyama and Y.Tamura：Visualization of Dust Particle Data with Plasma Simulation Results Using Virtual-Reality System, Contributions to Plasma Physics, Vol.56, No.6-8, (2016) pp.692-697.
-H.Ohtani, K.Hagita, A.M.Ito, T.Kato, T.Saitoh and T.Takeda: Irreversible data compression concepts with polynomial fitting in time-order of particle trajectory for visualization of huge particle system, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Vol.454, (2013) 012078.
-H.Ohtani and R.Horiuchi: Open Boundary Condition for Particle Simulation in Magnetic Reconnection Research, Plasma Fusion Research, Vol.4 (2009) 024.
|Responsible course||SOKENDAI: " Fundamentals of Simulation Science "|