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吉村 忍

Socioeconomic System

YOSHIMURA Shinobu

Position
Prof.
Affiliation
Department of Systems Innovation,Faculty of Engineering,The University of Tokyo
Keyword
computational mechanics, intelligent multi-agent model, artifact design, traffic flow, artificial flying object
HP
http://save.sys.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
E-mail
yoshi(at)sys.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp※Please replace (at) with @ and send mail.

High-Performance Intelligent Simulations and Design of Human-Artifacts-Environment Harmonizing System and Society

High-Performance Intelligent Simulations and Design of Human-Artifacts-Environment Harmonizing System and Society

High Fidelity Computational Mechanics Simulations and MONODUKURI Innovation

We have been developing ultra-large-scale computational mechanics simulation software, ADVENTURE system running on Petaflops to Exaflops scale supercomputers. We have been studying simulation-based design of large-scale and complex artifacts towards MONODUKURI innovation.

Intelligent Multi-Agent Simulations and Design of Social Systems

We have been developing intelligent multi-agent simulations. By precisely modeling human being as intelligent agent and interacting a number of the agents, we try to reproduce human society precisely. We have been developing the next generation traffic simulator MATES to build resilient traffic system for future society.

Mechanical Systems Innovation Based on Biomimetic Mechanics

As flapping flight of insects and birds, living things behave very efficiently as well as effectively utilizing coupled mechanics. However, human beings have not understood or utilized such mechanism yet. We have been developing advanced multiphysics computational mechanics simulations to precisely reproduce flapping flight and innovative micro-air vehicles.

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