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last modified:2017/05/23

Associate Professor IWASAKI Hiroshi

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Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Institute of Science and Engineering

College and School Educational Field

Division of Mathematical and Physical Science, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
School of Mathematics and Physics, College of Science and Engineering

Laboratory

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Kyoto University Doctor 1992
【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Kyoto University 1987

Career

Year & Month of Birth

1963/03

Academic Society

Award

Specialities

Fluid Mechanics、Biological physics/Chemical physics/Soft matter physics

Speciality Keywords

Fluid Mechanics Nonlinear wave Theory of Liquid Integral Equation Theory

Research Themes

Integral Equation Theory of Liquid

Singularity of Nonlinear Partial Derivative Equation

Dynamics of line vortexes

Books

Papers

  •  A 3D-RISM integral equation study of a hydrated dipeptide Hiroshi Iwasaki, Shinnosuke Gyoubu, Tsutomu Kawatsua, Shinichi Miuraa Molecular Simulation 41 10-12 1015-1020 2015
  •  Numerical calculations for the eikonal equation via the discrete Morse semiflow with Ginzburg-Landau energy Adv. Math. Sci. Appl. 10 2 10 2001/09
  •  A numerical computation to the American option pricing via the dicrete Morse flow Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 52 261-266 2003
  •  Numerical computations for motion of interfaces governed by triple potential well ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE AND PHYSICS 14 2 457-464 2004

Conference Presentations

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

Classes (Bachelors)

○Experiments in Fundamental Physics(2017)
○World of Physics(2017)
○World of Physics(2017)
○GS English Language for Undergraduates II (English for Science and Engineering)(2017)
○GS English Language for Undergraduates I (English for Science and Engineering)(2017)
○Fluid Dynamics(2017)
○Introduction to Information and Computational Science(2017)
○Research Work in Computational Experimental Science(2017)
○Computer Experiments 2(2017)
○Computer Experiments 1(2017)
○World of Physics(2017)
○World of Physics(2017)
○Fluid Dynamics(2016)
○Computer Experiments 1(2016)
○Research Work in Computational Experimental Science(2016)
○Computer Experiments 2(2016)
○World of Physics(2016)
○Experiments in Fundamental Physics(2016)
○Introduction to Information Technology(2016)
○fluid dynamics(2013)
○Introduction to Information Technology(2013)
○Computer Experiments 1(2013)
○Experiments in Fundamental Physics(2012)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Introduction to Frontiers of Computational Science a(2017)
○Exercise B(2017)
○Seminar B(2017)
○Introduction to Frontiers of Computational Science b(2017)
○Research Work B(2017)
○Frontiers of Material Simulation(2017)
○Frontiers of Material Simulation(2017)
○Special Topics in Frontiers of Computational Science(2017)
○Frontiers of Material Simulation(2017)
○Special Topics in Frontiers of Computational Science(2017)
○Special Topics in Frontiers of Computational Science(2017)
○Special Topics in Frontiers of Computational Science(2017)
○Frontiers of Material Simulation(2017)
○Seminar B(2016)
○Topics in Computational Science a(2016)
○Introduction to Frontiers of Computational Science a(2016)
○Introduction to Frontiers of Computational Science b(2016)
○Topics in Computational Science b(2016)
○Exercise B(2016)
○Research Work B(2016)
○Special Topics in Frontiers of Computational Science(2016)
○Frontiers of Material Simulation(2016)
○Introduction to Frontiers of Computational Science(2012)
○Seminar(2010)
○Topics in Computational Material Science(2010)
○Exercise(2010)
○Research Work(2010)
○Topics in Computational Material Science(2009)
○Seminar(2009)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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