报 告 人：Nobuyasu Ito professor
Department of Applied Physics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
报告时间：06 月 29 日（周五）09:00～10:00
报告地点：宝山校区计算机大楼 1001 室
邀 请 人：李卫民 副教授
Simulations of social phenomena have been becoming a challenging field of supercomputers now.Typical applications are, for example, traffic control, economic risk management, interception of disease propagation and disaster evacuation. Such simulation models usually have many parameters, and they show various phases and regimes. For example, when we make traffic simulation, each car has unique origin and destination, and available route is not unique in most case.Control of each traffic light introduces some parameters. Capacity computing with modern supercomputer will help to tame such complex social models.
Nobuyasu Ito's main research area is Mathematical and physical sciences. He is the captain of the Discrete Event Simulation Research Team. Discrete Event Simulation Research Team is from RIKEN, Japan's largest comprehensive research institute. His team's main work is using supercomputer simulation modeling to study non-continuous. And developed OACIS, an open source application software package.