Program for Promoting Researches on the Supercomputer Fugaku: Large-scale numerical simulation of earthquake generation, wave propagation and soil amplification

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Program for Promoting Researches on the Supercomputer Fugaku:

Large-scale numerical simulation of earthquake generation, wave propagation and soil amplification

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2021/07/15(THU)At the main exhibition of the "Society 5.0 Science Expo" co-hosted by Cabinet Office (Secretariat for the Promotion of Science, Technology and Innovation) and JAMSTEC to be held at Tokyo Sky Tree Town from July 15, we will show the results of our research project on long-period ground motion simulations by projection mapping.details...
2021/05/25(TUE)In the AP05-ACM Papers session of PASC21 (The Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing Conference), held on July 5-9, 2021, there will be a presentation titled "Fast Scalable Implicit Solver with Convergence of Equation-Based Modeling and Data-Driven Learning: Earthquake City Simulation on Low-Order Unstructured Finite Element" on July 8.details...
2021/05/25(TUE)A presentation on the results of this project will be given in the Session Six of the PEER Pacific Rim Forum, held on June 16, 2021.details...
2021/05/20(THU)At the JpGU Meeting 2021, a session entitled "Creating future of solid Earth science with high performance computing (HPC)" will be held on June 5, chaired by Project Leader Dr. Takane Hori and Dr. Ryoichiro Agata. Researchers who are applying HPC technology in forward simulations and inversion analyses will give presentations and we will discuss how to improve more the collaboration between computer & computational sciences and solid Earth science, including the use of the supercomputer Fugaku.details...
2021/03/09(TUE)Dr. Hori gave a congratulatory message about starting of shared use of the supercomputer Fugaku.details...
2021/02/22(MON)At The 3rd R-CCS International Symposium held on February 15-16, 2021, Project Leader Dr. Takane Hori gave an invited talk titled "Large-scale numerical simulation of Large-scale numerical simulation of earthquake generation, wave propagation and soil amplification" and introduced our research project.details...
2021/01/13(WED)A paper on a computational method to exploit the performance of supercomputer Fugaku by the research team led by Prof. Ichimura has been published in the Journal of Computational Science.details...
2020/12/02(WED)Some of the research results of Prof. Ichimura's team were published on "Regional Seismic Ground-Motion Simulation and Observation with Engineering Applications" special issue of "Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics (EESD)".details...
2020/11/30(MON)Holding tutorials for “E-wave FEM”, a program for large-scale finite element analysis of earthquake ground motiondetails...
2020/11/20(FRI)A new message from Dr. Takane Hori, Project Leader.details...
2020/11/11(WED)Prof. Tsuyoshi Ichimura and his research team will give a talk about "Development of large-scale applications for predicting disaster damage related to earthquakes" at “11th Workshop on Latest Advances in Scalable Algorithms for Large-Scale Systems (ScalA20)” in SC20.details...
2020/11/06(FRI)Prof. Tsuyoshi Ichimura and his research team will give a talk in the research poster session at SC20 (“The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis” held on 17-19th, November 2020).details...
2020/11/04(WED)Prof. Tsuyoshi Ichimura, the Project Sub-Leader, will give a lecture at the 1st HPCI Computational Science Forum to be held on November 24th, 2020.
2020/10/02(FRI)We held the first meeting of advisory committee online to obtain proposals from advisory members to make our project move forward.
2020/09/04(FRI)We held the project meeting online with representative and cooperating organizations on September 4th. In the meeting, we performed confirmation of progress at each organization, discussion about the future plans and consideration of the contents of the meeting to report results.
2020/08/04(TUE)Research on convergence of AI and physics-based simulation of urban earthquake disasters conducted in this project was featured in the online media "ITmedia/TechFactory" released on August 4, 2020. (Interviewee: Project Sub-Leader Prof. Tsuyoshi Ichimura et al.)
2020/07/17(FRI)We held the project meeting online with representative and cooperating organization on July 17th.
2020/07/13(MON)We held a scientific session “Creating future of solid Earth science with high performance computing (HPC)” in JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2020. The meeting was held fully online. In the session, we had a real-time Discussion Forum Session (DFS) using an online meeting system, in which nearly 50 people joined and participated in the discussion. Our project leader introduced an overview of our project in his oral presentation. We had five oral presentations on the application of HPC in earthquake simulations, including two invited talks (one is about the European HPC project named ChEESE, and the other is about liquefaction simulations by a young researcher of ERI). Seven electronic posters were also presented online.
2020/06/30(TUE)In the weekly magazine "FLASH (2020 7/14 issue)" released on June 30, 2020, the efforts for utilizing the supercomputer Fugaku were introduced. (Interviewee: Project Leader Dr. Takane Hori)
2020/06/11(THU)We held the project kick-off meeting online on June 11th.
2020/04/21(TUE)Simulation results obtained by using a simulation code developed in the preceding project were used in a report from the research committee on possible mega-thrust earthquakes along the Japan and Kuril Trench in Cabinet Office Japan (Disaster management)
2020/04/07(TUE)Research done by the project sub-leader Prof. Tsuyoshi Ichimura and his colleagues received “Awards for Science and Technology” of The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.