This proposal will mobilize the collective efforts of simulation researchers in astronomy and planetary science in Japan. In this proposal, we will collaborate as a whole to promote the project by holding regular research debriefing sessions and opportunities to exchange information for optimization. This will not only dramatically advance research in each area, but also enable us to understand the interaction between hierarchies, such as galaxy formation and star cluster formation, and star cluster formation and star formation. The implementation structure of this project is as follows.

The Joint Institute for Computational Fundamental Science (JICFuS), which includes computer scientists and mathematicians, will serve as a hub for the development of applications, and will provide necessary information for the development of applications for other proposals. JICFuS will also collaborate in the development of applications with proposals in the field of elementary particles and nuclei, which will take over the development of applications for sub-issues A and B of “Priority Issue 9 on post-K computer”.


Program for Promoting Researches on the Supercomputer Fugaku

BasicScience for Emergence and Functionality in Quantum Matter Simulation for basic science: from fundamental laws of particles to creation of nuclei Human-scale whole brain simulation with connectome analysis and structure-function estimation Development of nuclear fusion plasma confinement physics Large Ensemble Atmospheric and Environmental Prediction for Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Large-scale numerical simulation of earthquake generation, wave propagation and soil amplification Quantum-Theory-Based Multiscale Simulations toward the Development of Next-Generation Energy-Saving Semiconductor Devices Computational and Data Science Study for ET Revolution by Development of Next-Generation Battery and Fuel Cell Digital Twins of Real World's Clean Energy Systems with Integrated Utilization of Super-simulation and AI