In real-world fluid problems, boundary shape and motion are not simple in
general. e.g. insects flight by flapping wings, large deformation of free-surface motion, etc. In such cases, the global flow is coupled with the boundary motion (such as insects’ center-of-mass and free surface); Both should be considered simultaneously. The global flow structure itself sometimes has several time and spatial scales. Such hierarchical flow structures are also interacting with flow structures in other scales. I am interested in such structures and interactions. 

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  • 2012-2015 Distinguished Researcher, Hiroshima University
  • 2009. Award of the Best Author in "Bulletin of the Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics"
  • 2007. Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan
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