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Faculty

Marine Environmental Modeling and Synthesizing


Simulation of CO2 gas seepage with making fractures in the subsea sediment
Simulation of CO2 gas seepage with making fractures in the subsea sediment

Generation of gas pass using a solid-gas-liquid three-phase flow simulator
Generation of gas pass using a solid-gas-liquid three-phase flow simulator

Simulation of methane hydrate formation in a micro-scale sand sediment
Simulation of methane hydrate formation in a micro-scale sand sediment

We are developing computational models of environments using physics, chemistry, and biology, etc. in order to predict environmental impacts and construct public acceptance.

Our researches are aimed to form concepts of environmentally harmonizing systems, which coexist with natural environments for the global sustainability. For this purpose, we are developing computational models of environments using physics, chemistry, and biology, etc. Then these models are synthesized into simulation systems in order to predict environmental impacts and construct public acceptance. Our research interests are CO2 storage in the deep ocean and in subsea underground, biological CO2 fixation, formation and dissociation of methane hydrate, CO2 geological storage by hydrate, development of photobioreactors for microalgae, development of multi-scale ocean model, modeling of flashing light effect of photosynthesis and the effects of CO2 on marine biota.




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