TOP Fugaku Associated Institutions Program for Promoting Research on the Supercomputer Fugaku
The Program for Promoting Research on the Supercomputer Fugaku is a project implemented by MEXT since FY2020 to support the early creation of results that directly lead to the solution of scientific and social issues by fully utilizing the strengths of Fugaku.
In FY2023, 20 research projects in four scientific and social challenges areas are expected to produce new results, including integration and collaboration with AI and data science, collaboration with industry for social implementation, initiatives leading to applications for the next generation, and new developments in basic science.
- Please refer to the "Program for Promoting Researches on the Supercomputer Fugaku (FY2023) " in the HPCI Portal Site for the distribution of the computational resources among the projects.
- Please refer to "Program for Promoting Research on the Supercomputer Fugaku (FY2020-2022)" for the previous projects.
|Simulation/AI-driven next-generation medical treatment and drug discovery performed on Fugaku||Yasushi Okuno, Kyoto University|
|Development of human digital twins for cerebral circulation using Fugaku||Satoshi Ii, Tokyo Metropolitan University|
|Development and application of large-scale inferences based on biomolecular simulators||Yasuhiro Matsunaga, Saitama University|
|Multi-species whole-brain data assimilation using comprehensive measurement information and exploration of specific oscillatory activity||Jun Igarashi, RIKEN|
|Smart Design Realized on the Supercomputer "Fugaku" in the Society 5.0 Era||Makoto Tsubokura, Kobe University|
|Creation of data infrastructure for data-driven polymer materials research||Ryo Yoshida, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics|
|Realization of innovative light-energy conversion materials using Fugaku||Takahito Nakajima, RIKEN|
|Drastic acceleration of the industrial applications of HPC through AI and research and development of new computational methods for the next era||Chisachi Kato, The University of Tokyo|
|Computational Research on Materials with Better Functions and Durability Toward Sustainable Development via Fundamental Physics and Chemistry||Yoshitaka Tateyama, National Institute for Materials Science|
|Development and application of a multiscale computational method for the study of the mass transport mechanisms in the fuel cell catalyst layer||Kazushi Fujimoto, Kansai University|
|Research toward DX in aircraft development led by digital flight||Soshi Kawai, Tohoku University|
|Data-Driven Research Methods Development and Materials Innovation Led by Computational Materials Science||Momoji Kubo, Tohoku University|
|Large-scale numerical simulation of earthquakes by Fugaku supercomputer||Tsuyoshi Ichimura, The University of Tokyo|
|Exploring Next Generation Aerospace Mobility and its Extension to Social System via Supercomputer Fugaku||Eri Itoh, The University of Tokyo|
|Elucidation of Solar-Terrestrial Environment with Simulation and AI||Hideyuki Hotta, Nagoya University|
|Simulation for basic science: approaching the new quantum era||Shoji Hashimoto, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization|
|Structure and Evolution of the Universe Unraveled by Fusion of Simulation and AI||Ken Ohsuga, University of Tsukuba|
|Search for physics beyond the standard model using very large scale lattice QCD simulation and development of AI technology toward next generation lattice QCD||Takeshi Yamazaki, University of Tsukuba|
|Multi-wavelength Cosmological Simulations for Next-generation Surveys||Jia Liu, The University of Tokyo|
|AI numerical spectroscopy for analyzing emergent structures of quantum entanglement in correlated quantum materials||Youhei Yamaji, National Institute for Materials Science|