FY2022 Results Report
This is a summary of the research conducted over the past three years since the emergence of the novel coronavirus. We are going to show you how scientific research has been conducted to stop the spread of infection caused by the previously unknown novel coronavirus and to aid in restoring in people’s daily lives.
Simulator for infection risk
We present visual representations of droplet/aerosol infection risk based on the simulations conducted using a supercomputer “Fugaku”.
This research project aims to balance the prevention measures against infection of novel coronavirus (Covid-19) with economic activities.
We have been working on data collection, analysis, and simulations utilizing AI to detect infection trends in the early stage. Additionally, we have been developing new technologies for infection prevention measures and conducting tests to implement these findings into society.
Infection risk simulator
How to Use the Infection Risk Simulator
Winner of the Gordon Bell Special Prize for High Performance Computing-Based COVID-19 Research! Prof. Makoto Tsubokura Talks About the Future Opened up by Droplet and Aerosol Dispersion Simulation
Toward an exit strategy  – Booster vaccinations –
Toward an exit strategy  – Effective flows of people and confirmation of vaccination history –