Cooperative Research by Using Computers

Cooperative Research Subjects and Researchers

Adapted Subjects 2012

Cooperative Researchers Cooperative Research Subjects
Ryo Yamazaki College of Science and Engineering, Aoyama Gakuin University Study of collisionless shocks with shock-rest-frame simulation codes
Masayuki Ugai Research Center for Space and Cosmic Evolution, Ehime University Computer simulations on magnetic reconnection
Anthony T.Y.Lui Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins University Plasma Instabilities in Thin Current Sheets
Raymond J. Walker Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of California Simulation Studies of Rapidly Rotating Magnetospheres
Kyung sun Park School of Space Research, Kyung Hee University Global MHD simulation of the solar wind-Earth's Magnetosphere interaction
Tatsuki Ogino STEL, Nagoya University Computer Simulation on Interaction of Solar Wind and Magnetosphere-lonosphere
Tatsuhiro Yokoyama RISH, Kyoto University Coupling processes between neutral atmosphere and ionosphere in mid- and low-latitude regions
Takayuki Umeda STEL, Nagoya University Study of Geospace environment via Vlasov simulations
Keiji Hayashi HEPL, Stanford University, Improving the empirical model of the solar wind parameters
Haruichi Washimi Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research (CSPAR), University of Alabama Computer analyses for the heliospheric structure
Hitoshi Fujuwara Faculty of Science and Technology, Seikei University A study on energetics and dynamics in the thermosphere
Keizo Fujimoto Computational Astrophysics Laboratory, RIKEN Multi-scale dynamics in magnetic reconnection
Mieko Toida Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University Particle acceleration by a magnetosonic shock wave and associated instabilities
Takashi Tanaka Kyushu University Next generation M-I coupling simulation
Yuto Katoh Department of Geophysics, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University Acceleration process of relativistic electrons in the Earth's inner magnetosphere
Kanya Kusano STEL, Nagoya University Space Weather Modeling with Data-driven Interlocked Simulations
Yosuke Matsumoto Graduate School of Science, Chiba University Electron accelerations in the radiation belt by global MHD simulations of the magnetosphere
Koji Kondo Research Center for Space and Cosmic Evolution, Ehime University
Computer Simulations of Geomagnetospheric Substorm
Keiichiro Fukazawa Research Institute for Information Technology, Kyushu University Development of the simulation on the interaction of Jovian magnetosphere with its satellites
Hiroyuki Shinagawa Applied Electromagnetic Research Institute, NICT Development of magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere-atmosphere coupled model
Naoki Terada Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University Study of magnetospheric coupling processes using a high resolution central scheme
Manabu Yagi STEL, Nagoya University Development of Mercury's magnetosphere on the basis of MESSENGER observation
Masao Nakamura Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University Computer simulations of space plasma environment
Shinobu Machida Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University Global Plasma Instabilities and Associated Particle Accelerations in the Magnetosphere