Welcome to Yamamoto CFD lab.

Welcome to Yamamoto CFD lab.

 Fluids such as water and air not only moisturize our lives but also play an important role to support our comfortable living. There are various machines involved with fluids; for example, aircraft and automobiles, household electrical appliances. Our laboratory pursue research aiming at elucidating the flow of various machines by computer simulation based on fluid engineering and aiming to give guidance on the development of machinery that is environmentally friendly and enriches human life. Recently, we have been vigorously researching and developing computer simulation methods for multiphysics fluid phenomena in which various physical phenomena interfere with each other complicatedly, and we are trying to apply industrial application of the developed method.We also conduct research to analyze various diseases of the vascular system by computer simulation and provide guidelines for diagnosis and treatment. In addition, our laboratory welcomes international students every year and actively exchanges with overseas universities.



The degrees and certifications were awarded to the graduates on March 18th, 2021.


Ko and Kai, 4th year undergraduate student, presented their research atKanto Student Association 60th Student Graduation Research Presentation Lecture which was held online on March 10th, 2021. Also, Ko won Best Presentation Award.


Prof. Yamamoto presented on the plenary session, and Dr. Fukudome and Hirose, 1st year master student, presented their research at The 6th International Conference on Communication and Electronics Systems which was held online on January 7th and 9th, 2021.


Inamuki and Koide, 1st year master students, presented their research at The 34th Computational Fluid Dynamics Symposium which was held online on December 21st and 23rd, 2020.


Shimura, 2nd year master student, and Murata, 1st year master student, presented their research atThe 98th Conference of JSME Fluid Engineering Division which was held online on November 11th~13th, 2020. Also, Prof. Yamamoto won The 98th JSME Fluid Engineering Division Award.


Mizutori, 2nd year master student, presented his research at The 47th Annual Meeting of GTSJ which was held online on October 14th and 15th, 2020.



We made an English page.


We updated our website.


We updated our website.