Our primary research area is computational science, often referred to as the 'Third Pillar of Science' and considered an analytical tool alongside theoretical and experimental science. The field of computational science has grown rapidly since the advent of computers. In this field, research focusing on engineering theories and applications is known as computational engineering or computational mechanics. While numerical simulation was initially the primary tool for research, design optimization and data science techniques for obtaining various types of information from the large-scale data produced have also become targets.

Our laboratory is currently focusing on the 'Digital Twin' technology, which refers to replicating a physical object, process, or system into digital space. We are continuing the research of the Digital Twin Laboratory, which was established in 2020, and are now managing it in collaboration with Professor Matsuo and Assistant Professor Asada, who are members of the Research Institute for Science & Technology. We are researching critical technologies and systems that will be crucial in a future society where Digital Twin technology is widely adopted and information is maximally utilized. While our research focuses particularly on Ditital Twin technology for manufacturing, we also explore applying it to other systems, such as transportation infrastructure.

TUS Open Campus 2023 - Autumn Session (Katsushika Campus)

On Sunday, September 24th, our university will host an Open Campus event.

Past Announcements

  • 2023-09-24 New TUS Open Campus - Autumn Session(Katsushika Campus) and the 10th Anniversary of the Katsushika Campus were held.
  • 2023-09-19 New Prof. Fujii's last lecture at TUS was held in our laboratory.
  • 2023-08-09 New TUS open campus was held at Katsushika campus. We introduced our laboratory to visitors.
  • 2023-07-20 New An interview with Masahiro Sekine, a second-year doctoral student, appeared in the July 20, 2023 issue of the Tokyo University of Science Bulletin (No. 230) pdf(written in Japanese)

  • 2023-06-13 New Award Prof. Fujii receivedFluid Dynamics Award at AIAA Aviation 2023 in San Diego.

  • 2023-06-01 Our laboratory was introduced in the June issue of Science Forum (Vol. 435). (In Japanese)

  • 2023-05-18 New Prof. Fujii gave a keynote lecture at the event presented by Rockwell Automation.
  • 2023-04-01 Special Mr. Hiroki Sakata at Nabtesco Corp. has joined our lab as a contract researcher. He will stay one year from now.
  • 2023-04-01 Accept Wataru Obayashi, a first-year ph.D student, has been selected as a JSPS Research Fellow (DC1).
  • 2023-04-01 Seven new 4th-year undergraduate students have joined our lab.
  • 2023-04-01 Special Dr. Takuto Ogawa joined our lab as a postdoctral research fellow.
  • 2023-03-19 Award Wataru Obayashi, a second-year master's student, received the Outstanding Student Award for his excellent research.
  • 2023-03-19 Event The graduation ceremony was held at the Nippon Budokan, where seven undergraduates, one master's student, and one doctoral student graduated.
  • 2023-02-20 Award Prof. Fujii received 2023 AIAA Fluid Dynamics Award.

    AIAA Citation: For many pioneering contributions to robust and efficient computational algorithms and their application to solve major industrial challenges using leading-edge supercomputers.

Past News