Members

Prof. Dr. Hitoshi Washizu

Secretary: Ukiko Nomura

Research Lecturer: Dr. Le Van Sang

PD fellow: Dr. Natsuko Sugimura (@Tokyo City Univ.)

Doctor Course 2nd Grade: Naoki Yashiro (NTN Corp.)

Co-researcher: Ryota Ashizawa (Hitachi, Ltd.)

Co-researcher: Eiji Tomiyama (RIST)

Co-researcher: Yohei Shimizu (JTEKT Corp.)

Master Course 2nd Grade: Hirotoshi Akiyama

Master Course 2nd Grade: Masakazu Konishi

Master Course 1st Grade: Soma Usui

Master Course 1st Grade: Taiki Kawade

Master Course 1st Grade: Kohei Nishikawa

Research student: Yuko Teramae

2016 OB: Tatsuya Maeda (MS) , Ryo Okawa (MS, Yasuda Lab.)

Curriculum Vitae


Prof. Dr. Hitoshi Washizu

Graduate School of Simulation Studies, University of Hyogo

Positions

Academic Degrees

Project Researcher at MEXT (with Grants)

  • 2015- Research Center Professor at Element Strategy for Catalysis and Battery (ESICB), Kyoto Univ.
  • 2012- Project Researcher of the Elements Strategy Initiative for Catalysts and Batteries (ESICB) at Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
  • 2007-2011 Co-researcher at the Next-generation Supercomputer System Project, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan
  • 2003-2006 Co-researcher at the National Research Grid Initiative (NAREGI) Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan

Part-time Lecturer etc

Academic Societies

Awards

  • 2004 Young Researcher Award, Japanese Scociety of Tribologists
  • 2015 Paper award of TROL, Japanese Society of Tribologists
  • 2016 Student award, Japanese Society of Tribologists (Mr. Tatsuya Maeda)

Teaching

  • Elements of Computational Science (Master Course)
  • Simulations for Practical Materials (Master Course)
  • Fundamentals for Material Simulation (Doctor Course)

  • Simulation and modeling of Natural and Social Phenomena (Bachelor Course, Department of Sicences, University of Hyogo)
  • Special Lecture in Mechanical Engineering (Master Course, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo)
  • Special Lecture in Micro-Nano System Engineering (Master Course, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University)