FUJII Michiko

藤井 通子ふじい みちこ
FUJII Michiko

FUJII Michiko
Title Associate Professor
Affiliation Department of Astronomy, Department of Astronomy (UG), Department of Astronomy (GR), Graduate School of Science
Room 1101, Faculty of Science Bldg.1, 11F
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Research Field

Theoretical Astrophysics, Computational Astrophysics

Research Subject

The study of the formation and evolution of galaxies and star clusters using large-scale numerical simulations

Current Research

Galaxies and star clusters are gravitationally bound systems that
consist of stars, gas, and dark matters. They dynamically evolve in
millions or billions of years. In order to understand such long-time
evolution of galaxies and star clusters, we need to perform numerical
simulations of them and to “observe” the results. We investigate the
formation and evolution of galaxies and star clusters by performing
large-scale simulations using supercomputers. We also develop new
methods for novel simulations.


galaxies, the Milky-Way galaxy, star clusters, large-scale simulations