Professor Shigeru Obayashi

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Tohoku University Research Professor and Member, Science Council of Japan, October 2020

Director, Institute of Fluid Science, April 2014 - March 2020

Aerospace Fluid Engineering Laboratory, established April 1, 2013

Transdisciplinary Fluid Integration Research Center, April 2003 - March 2013

Institute of Fluid Science

Tohoku University

Updated:October 12, 2020

2014 Prize for Science and Technology, "Multi-Objective Design Exploration (MODE) and its Applications"
The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

MISORA watch: MIT NEWS, Popular Science, BBC

MRJ, the result of research collaboration with MHI

Meet Prof. Obayashi and his colleagues
Columbus Channel - free internet TV, taken on Oct 21, 2010

Silent Supersonic Transport "MISORA" (MItegated SOnic-boom Research Airplane) (PDF)
MISORA is the honorific name of SKY in Japanese.

Supersonic Biplane Theory in a book:
"Aerodynamic Design of Supersonic Biplane: Cutting Edge and Related Topics"
ISBN978-4-86163-061-3, Tohoku University Press, Sendai, 2007

Watch Prof. Obayashi on TV with English subtitles
A challenge for the environment-friendly supersonic (8/27/2007)

Download Demonstration of Self-Organizaing Map Applied to Supersonic Wing Design (Windows Only)

Research Highlights

Good bye Space Shuttle July 8, 2011

Welcome back to Space, Discovery!!! July 26, 2005

Kalpana Chawla on Space Shuttle Columiba

Shigeru lectured at George Mason University in November, 2002

Area of Interest

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

Evolutionary Computation + Information Visualization (Data Mining) => Multi-Objective Design Exploration (MODE)

Experimental Fluid Dynamics and Data Assimilation

PDF Library

Fourth International Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimization
Matsushima/Sendai, Japan
March 5-8, 2007

2015 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation
Sendai International Center, Sendai, Japan
May 25-28, 2015

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