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My research interest includes ocean waves and the seakeeping performance of ships. For the safe navigation of ships, we are working on research related to freak wave generation mechanism and hydroelastic behavior of ships in such waves by theoretical, numerical, and experimental approaches.
March 2006, Graduated from Toho High School
March 2010, Graduated from the Department of Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
March 2012, Ms. from the Department of Ocean Technology, Policy, and Environment, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
April 2012, Researcher, Seakeeping Performance Research Group, Fluids Engineering and Ship Performance Evaluation Department, National Maritime Research Institute, Japan
June 2015, PhD from the Department of Ocean Technology, Policy, and Environment, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
April 2019, Assistant Professor, Department of Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, University of Tokyo
1. Freak wave Research on the mechanism of freak wave generation in the ocean. Numerical simulation on the weakly nonlinear wave evolution; Reproducing freak waves in experimental wave basins. 2. Seakeeping performance of ships Research on motion and structural responses of ships in waves. Development of experimental technique with a hydro-structural ship model; Hedroelastic responses of ships in freak waves.
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“The Great Wave”
I challenged to reproduce “The Great Wave” drawn by Hokusai Katsushika in a wave basin (Actual Sea Model Basin at National Maritime Research Institute) with Prof. Takuji Waseda (Department of Ocean Technology, Policy and Environment, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences) and Dr. Takako Kuroda (National Maritime Research Institute) in an NHK TV program “History Detective.”