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Petascale Innovative Simulation Software for Manufacturing / Quantum Bio / Nano Device Systems
SESSION: Applications I
EVENT TYPE: Exhibitor Forum
TIME: 2:30PM - 3:00PM
ABSTRACT: “Research and Development of Innovative Simulation Software (from 2008 through fiscal 2012)” has been adopted by the Ministry of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan as a project theme under its program for Research and Development of Next Generation IT Infrastructure. The Center for Research on Innovative Simulation Software (CISS), The University of Tokyo, is leading the project. Three areas of seven applications are being developed to contribute to creation of new design scheme and product quality, taking the most advantage of recent architectures with tens of thousands of CPUs like the “K” supercomputer. In “Manufacturing” area (1) Thermo-Fluid Analysis Solver, (2) Structural Analysis Solver, (3) Composite Material Strength & Reliability Simulator, and (4) Multi Dynamics Simulator are being developed. “Quantum Bio” area is for (5) Bio Nano Molecule Simulator and (6) Bio Molecule Interaction Simulator. “Nano Device” is for (7) Quantum Function Analysis, Nano Device Simulator.
Chisachi Kato - Center for Research on Innovative Simulations Software, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo