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Center of Computational Materials Science

As symbolized by the Fugaku computer, massively parallel computation is actively used for solving problems in materials science in recent years. In fact, computer-aided science has been providing answers to many problems ranging from the most fundamental ones, such as critical phenomena in quantum magnets, superconductors, and superfluids, to the ones with direct industrial applications, such as semiconductor devices and electrode chemical reactions in batteries. Due to the recent hardware trends, it is now crucial to develop a method for breaking up our computational task and distribute it to many computing units. In order to solve these problems in an organized way, we, as the major contractor of several national projects such as Fugaku Computer Project and Elements Strategy Initiative, coordinate the use of the computational resources available to our community, including Fugaku and ISSP supercomputers. In addition, we also operate the web site, MateriApps, which offers easy access to various existing codes in materials science.


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KAWASHIMA, Naoki (*1) Research Contents Group's Homepage
OZAKI, Taisuke (*1) Research Contents Group's Homepage
SUGINO, Osamu
(*3) Research Contents Group's Homepage
TSUNEYUKI, Shinji (*2)    
TODO, Synge (*2)    
KATO, Takeo
(*4) Research Contents Group's Homepage
NOGUCHI, Hiroshi
(*1) Research Contents Group's Homepage
FUKUSHIMA, Tetsuya
(*5) Research Contents 
AKAI, Hisazumi   Research Contents  
MIYASHITA, Seiji (*2)    
(*1) concurrent with Material Design and Characterization Laboratory
(*2) concurrent with Physics Department, Graduate School of Science
(*3) concurrent with Functional Materials Group
(*4) concurrent with Division of Condensed Matter Theory
(*5) concurrent with Division of Data-Integrated Materials Science