Framework Development for Multiscale and Multiphysics Simulations toward Novel Applications of Superconductivity

Research Project Outline

One of issues in this research project is to explore the puzzling mechanism of superconductivity (superfluidity), which is the most dramatic phenomena of condensed matters ever known to humankind, by performing superlarge scale simulations on massively parallel supercomputers. Intensive researches are also carried out toward novel applications of superconductivity to quantum devices, Tera-Hz laser, high-accurate irradiation detectors, etc. by developing originally multiphysics and multiscale simulation techniques. Our final goal is to make a breakthrough in superconducting science and engineering fields beyond the previous framework.

Research Director
Principal Scientist, Japan Atomic Energy Agency
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Research Area
High Performance Computing for Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Phenomena
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