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Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Solid-State Materials Modeling18Division ofMechanical EngineeringPropulsion EngineeringMolecular Fluid Dynamics Group■Prof.:Satoyuki KAWANO■Assoc.Prof.:Kentaro DOI■Assis.Prof.:Itsuo HANASAKI, Tetsuro TSUJIKawano laboratory carries out research on the motion of plasma ow, including electrons, ions and atoms. We are trying to develop the mathematical models and the computational scheme for advanced technology with industrial applications. We aim to make further scientic research and contribute directly to the industrial eld through the develop-ments of multi-scale/ multi-physics analysis of bio-nano uid dynamics, numerical design for electronic devices and micro medical devices.Fluids Engineering Research Group■Assoc.Prof.:Hironori HORIGUCHI■Assis.Prof.:Koichi YONEZAWAThe Fluids Engineering Research Group focuses on the instability problems encountered in turbopumps for liquid propulsion rocket engines. The outcomes of such researches are applied for the analysis and sup-pression of more general instability problems. For example, the researches resulted in the understand-ing of cavitation instabilities, rotordynamic uid force and moment in general, and lead to the realization of high-reliability uid machineries without vibration problems. The experimental and computational skills cultivated in these researches are now being applied for the development of state-of-the-art uid machin-eries, such as articial hearts and microuidic devices.Mechano-informaticsRobotics and Mechatronics Group■Prof.:Fumio MIYAZAKI■Assoc.Prof.:Hiroaki HIRAI ■Assis.Prof.:Mitsunori UEMURAThis group uses robots as a testbed for studying the functions of living organisms including humans with the ultimate aim of utilizing these functions in inte-grated systems. Research interests are on human-robot interface, analysis of human movements,⦆ human-like musculoskeletal robots, human skills transfer to robots, robotic orthosis, assistance system for single-incision laparoscopic surgery.Theoretical Solid Mechanics Group■Prof.:Shigenobu OGATA■Assoc.Prof.:Hajime KIMIZUKA■Assis.Prof.:Masato WAKEDAWe are developing predictive nonlinear multiscale and multiphysics theory and modeling for solid-state materials, which realizes fundamental understanding of materials behavior under various physical elds and predicting and designing new functional solid structures and materials. We are now focusing on 1) understanding physical, chemical, and mechanical properties of nano-scale devices using theoretical chemo-bio-electromechanics multiscale and multi-physics modeling, 2) predicting material properties under extreme pressure, speed and temperature con-ditions, 3) designing new functional nanocomposite polymers and bio-materials, and 4) controlling brittle materials processing.The goal of this area is to help progress "Engineering Science" by focusing on challenges requiring fundamental solutions, such as the highly reliable engine systems which play important roles in space development in the near future, the development of DNA devices for bionanotechnology, the intelligent information processing necessary for creating new articial commodities, and the advanced material processing and manufacturing technologies.Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Solid-State Materials Modeling18Division ofMechanical EngineeringPropulsion EngineeringMolecular Fluid Dynamics Group■Prof.:Satoyuki KAWANO■Assoc.Prof.:Kentaro DOI■Assis.Prof.:Itsuo HANASAKI, Tetsuro TSUJIKawano laboratory carries out research on the motion of plasma ow, including electrons, ions and atoms. We are trying to develop the mathematical models and the computational scheme for advanced technology with industrial applications. We aim to make further scientic research and contribute directly to the industrial eld through the develop-ments of multi-scale/ multi-physics analysis of bio-nano uid dynamics, numerical design for electronic devices and micro medical devices.Fluids Engineering Research Group■Assoc.Prof.:Hironori HORIGUCHI■Assis.Prof.:Koichi YONEZAWAThe Fluids Engineering Research Group focuses on the instability problems encountered in turbopumps for liquid propulsion rocket engines. The outcomes of such researches are applied for the analysis and sup-pression of more general instability problems. For example, the researches resulted in the understand-ing of cavitation instabilities, rotordynamic uid force and moment in general, and lead to the realization of high-reliability uid machineries without vibration problems. The experimental and computational skills cultivated in these researches are now being applied for the development of state-of-the-art uid machin-eries, such as articial hearts and microuidic devices.Mechano-informaticsRobotics and Mechatronics Group■Prof.:Fumio MIYAZAKI■Assoc.Prof.:Hiroaki HIRAI ■Assis.Prof.:Mitsunori UEMURAThis group uses robots as a testbed for studying the functions of living organisms including humans with the ultimate aim of utilizing these functions in inte-grated systems. Research interests are on human-robot interface, analysis of human movements,⦆ human-like musculoskeletal robots, human skills transfer to robots, robotic orthosis, assistance system for single-incision laparoscopic surgery.Theoretical Solid Mechanics Group■Prof.:Shigenobu OGATA■Assoc.Prof.:Hajime KIMIZUKA■Assis.Prof.:Masato WAKEDAWe are developing predictive nonlinear multiscale and multiphysics theory and modeling for solid-state materials, which realizes fundamental understanding of materials behavior under various physical elds and predicting and designing new functional solid structures and materials. We are now focusing on 1) understanding physical, chemical, and mechanical properties of nano-scale devices using theoretical chemo-bio-electromechanics multiscale and multi-physics modeling, 2) predicting material properties under extreme pressure, speed and temperature con-ditions, 3) designing new functional nanocomposite polymers and bio-materials, and 4) controlling brittle materials processing.The goal of this area is to help progress "Engineering Science" by focusing on challenges requiring fundamental solutions, such as the highly reliable engine systems which play important roles in space development in the near future, the development of DNA devices for bionanotechnology, the intelligent information processing necessary for creating new articial commodities, and the advanced material processing and manufacturing technologies.

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