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Center for Frontier Science, Chiba University
ProfessorCosmology and cosmic structure formation.
My goal is to reveal the origins and evolution of the Universe by utilizing both astronomical observational data and physics. In particular, I carry out diversified research with a focus on gravitational lens phenomena to unravel the mystery of dark matter and dark energy, which are unknown components that dominate the energy density of the Universe.
Recent Topics of Interest: Dark Matter, Gravitational Waves, First Generation Objects
Motto in Research or in Life: Valuing simple questions and keeping them in mind.
Hobby / Holiday: Playing Go Game
Digital Transformation Enhancement Council, Chiba University
Associate ProfessorUtilizing large-scale supercomputer simulations, we conduct research on the formation and evolution of various astronomical objects, such as galaxies and large-scale structures of the universe, as well as the study of the dark matter structure within galaxies. We also develop our own high-performance parallel numerical codes and algorithms. Furthermore, we are actively involved in the public release of big data, including astronomical mock catalogs derived from simulations.
Recent Topics of Interest:
The formation of astronomical objects in the early universe and its impact on the subsequent evolution of the universe, as well as their relics in the present day