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List of Presentations
Kensuke Nakajima Last modified date:2016.10.11

Assistant Professor / Earth Planetary Fluid and Space Sciences / Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences / Faculty of Sciences


Presentations
1. Nakajima, K., Sugiyama, K., and 3 others, Numerical Simulations of Jupiter’s Moist Convection Layer: Structure and Dynamics in Statistically Steady States, 46th Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences with Historical Astronomy Division (HAD), American Astronomical Society, 2014.11.13.
2. Sugiyama, K., Nakajima, K., and 8 others, Assessment of Mars surface environment for a exploration program using CReSS-Mars, a convection resolving numerical model adjusted for Mars atmosphere, The Joint Workshop of 6th International Workshop on Global Cloud Resolving Modeling and 3rd International Workshop on Nonhydrostatic Numerical Models, 2014.09.25.
3. Sugiyama, K., Nakajima, K., and 3 others, Numerical Simulations of Jupiter’s Moist Convection Layer: Structure and Dynamics in Statistically Steady States, The Joint Workshop of 6th International Workshop on Global Cloud Resolving Modeling and 3rd International Workshop on Nonhydrostatic Numerical Models, 2014.09.25.
4. Yamashita, T., Nakajima, K., and 4 others, A 2D Numerical Simulation of Atmospheric Convection with Condensation of Major Component Under Early Mars, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 2014 meeting, 2014.07.31.
5. Nishizawa, S., Nakajima, K., and 9 others, High-resolution large-eddy simulation of the Martian planetary boundary layer, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 2014 meeting, 2014.07.30.
6. Sugiyama, K., Nakajima, K., and 3 others, Numerical Simulations of Jupiter’s Moist Convection Layer: Structure and Dynamics in Statistically Steady States, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 2014 meeting, 2014.07.28.
7. Tsumura, K., Nakajima, K., and 13 others, Near-infrared Detections of Surprisingly Bright Ganymede and Callisto in the Jovian Shadow, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 2014 meeting, 2014.07.28.
8. S. Takehiro, Y. Sasaki, Y.O. Takahashi, 中島 健介, Y.-Y. Hayashi, K. Kuramoto, Diversity of atmospheric circulation of synchronously rotating Jovian type planets, Exoplanets and Disks: Their formation and diversity II, 2013.12.11.
9. S.Noda, M.Ishiwatari, 中島 健介, Y.O.Takahashi, S.Takehiro, M.Onishi, G.L.Hashimoto, K.Kuramoto, Y.-Y. Hayashi, Atmospheric general circulations of synchronously rotating water-covered exoplanets: Dependence on planetary rotation rate, RIMS International Conference on Zonal Flows in Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluids, 2013.11.07.
10. Y. Sasaki, S.Takehiro, 中島 健介, Y.-Y. Hayashi, Surface zonal flows induced by thermal convection in a rapidly rotating thin spherical shell, RIMS International Conference on Zonal Flows in Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluids, 2013.11.07.
11. 山下達也, 小高正嗣, 杉山耕一朗, 中島 健介, 石渡 正樹, 林 祥介, A 2D numerical simulation of atmoepheric convection with condensation of major component under early Mars condition, 日本地球惑星科学連合 2013 年大会, 2013.05.21.
12. S.Noda, M.Ishiwatari, 中島 健介, Y.O.Takahashi, S.Nishizawa, M.Onishi, G.L.Hashimoto, K.Kuramoto, Y.-Y. Hayashi, A numerical study on atmospheric general circulations of synchronously rotating aqua-planets: Dependence on planetary rotation rate and solar constant, 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 2013.03.21.
13. 佐々木洋平, 竹広真一, 中島 健介, 林祥介, Surface zonal flow induced by turbulent convection in rapidly rotating spherical shells, 惑星大気研究会, 2013.03.14.
14. 中島 健介, 林祥介, M.Blackburn, D.Williamson, 山田由貴子, 高橋芳幸, 竹広真一, 石渡正樹, 大淵済, Quick Summary of Aqua Planet Experiment (APE), 惑星大気研究会, 2013.03.14.
15. 杉山耕一朗, 小高正嗣, 中島 健介, 倉本圭, 林祥介, Numerical Modeling of Moist Convection in Jupiter's Atmosphere, 惑星大気研究会, 2013.03.12.
16. 竹広真一, 高橋芳幸, 杉山耕一朗, 小高正嗣, 石渡正樹, 佐々木洋平, 西澤誠也, 石岡圭一, 中島 健介, 林祥介, Construction of Hierarchical Models for the Fluid Dynamics in Earth and Planetary Sciences : DCMODEL project, Inernational Conference on Simulation and Technology (JSST 2012), 2012.09.28.
17. 佐々木洋平, 竹広真一, 中島 健介, 林祥介, Surface zonal flow induced by turbulent convection in rapidly rotating spherical shells, Inernational Conference on Simulation and Technology (JSST 2012), 2012.09.28.
18. 佐々木洋平, 竹広真一, 西澤誠也, 中島 健介, 林祥介, Effects of latitudinally heterogeneous buoyancy flux conditions at the inner boundary on MHD dynamos in a rotating spherical shell., The 13th Symposium of SEDI, Study of the Earth's Deep Interior, 2012.07.03.
19. 佐々木洋平, 竹広真一, 中島 健介, 林祥介, Development of an anelastic convection model in rotating spherical shells for stars, gas and icy giant planets., The 13th Symposium of SEDI, Study of the Earth's Deep Interior, 2012.07.03.
20. 中島 健介, S.Noda, M.Ishiwatari, Y.O.Takahashi, S. Takehiro, Y. Morikawa, S.Nishizawa, Y.-Y. Hayashi, Atmospheric general circulation of synchronously rotating terrestrial planets: Dependence on planetary rotation rate, Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets (2012), 2012.06.27.
21. Numerical experiments on large-scale organization of cloud convection.
22. Observation of Jupiter's atmosphere using TOPS.
23. Observation of Jupiter's atmosphere using TOPS.
24. Observation of Jupiter's atmosphere using TOPS.
25. Observation of Jupiter's atmosphere using TOPS.
26. Observation of Jupiter's atmosphere using TOPS.
27. Development of a numerical model for Jovian cloud convection including H2O, NH3, and NH4SH clouds.
28. The Effect of Vertical Wind Shear on Vortex Formation in Cooling Region.
29. TOPS, the telescopic observatiry for planets on Small satellites.
30. Issues on the "convective clouds" in Titan's atmosphere.
31. Numerical modeling of cloud convection in Titan's atmosphere.
32. Numerical Modeling Of Moist Convection In Jupiter's Atmosphere With H2O, NH3, And NH4SH Clouds,.
33. Numerical experiments on large-scale organization of cloud convection.
34. Numerical experiments on large-scale organization of cloud convection.
35. Development of a numerical model for Martian cloud convection considering the condensation of major constituent.
36. Development of a numerical model for Jovian cloud convection including H2O, NH3, and NH4SH clouds.
37. Spontaneous organization of cloud convection : CISK or CIFK?.
38. Numerical experiments on large-scale organization of cloud convection.
39. Development of a numerical model for Martian cloud convection considering the condensation of major constituent.
40. Development of a numerical model for Jovian cloud convection including H2O, NH3, and NH4SH clouds.
41. Clouds in planetary atmospheres --- self organization through irreversible processes.
42. Meteorology and Oceanography of extrasolar planets.
43. A resolution dependence of equatorial precipitation activities represented in a general circulation model.
44. Numerical Modeling of Cloud Convection With High Condensation Threshold: Implication to Methane Convetive Clouds in Titan's Atmosphere.
45. Current understandings on the dynamics of Jovian atmosphere.
46. Numerical Modeling of Cloud Convection With High Condensation Threshold: Implication to Methane Convetive Clouds in Titan's Atmosphere.
47. The atmospheric circulation of Extra solar planets:
What is required for its prediction?

2004 Joint meeting for Earth and Planetary Sicence
K.Nakajima.
48. Nakajima K, Nakano,M., Yue T.,
Numerical modeling of thermal compression wave induced by thermal convection.
Spring meeting of the Meteorological Society of Japan..
49. Spontaneous organization of cumulus convection in idealized conditions.

2004 Joint meeting for Earth and Planetary Sicence
K.Nakajima.
50. Influence of vertical wind shear on the initial vortex formation of tropical cyclone.
51. Nakajima K,
Natural variability of cumulus convective activity in a very large domain 2-dimensional model.

Fall meeting of the Meteorological Society of Japan..
52. Numerical modeling of multiple-scale structure of tropical cumulus convective activities

2003 Joint meeting for Earth and Planetary Sicence
K.Nakajima.
53. Nakajima K
Cloud convections in the earth and planetary fluids
Spring meeting of the Meteorological Society of Japan..
54. NUMERICAL MODELING OF JUPITER'S MOIST CONVECTION LAYER: SENSITIVITY TO DEEP WATER CONTENT
2003 Joint meeting for Earth and Planetary Sicence
Nakajima K, Takehiro S, Ishiwatari M, Hayashi YY.
55. Numerical modeling of the cloud convection in Titan's atmosphere:
a preliminary study.

Nakajima,K., S.Takehiro, M.Ishiwatari, Y.-Y.Hayashi
Fall meeting of Japan Society of Planetary Sciences.
56. Nakajima K,
Generalized wave-CISK: linear theory and numerical modeling

Fall meeting of the Meteorological Society of Japan..
57. The response of the tropical atmosphre to a localized warm SST area placed on the
equator of an aqua planet : Inidial development extracted by an ensemble study.
Nakajima,K., M.Ishiwatari, S.Takehiro, E.Toyoda, and Y.-Y.Hayashi

Fall meeting of the Meteorological Society of Japan..
58. Incessant free oscillations of the earth and Jupiter excited
by cumulus convective activity.

Nakajima,K., S. Notsuhara
Fall meeting of Japan Society of Planetary Sciences.
59. The response of the tropical atmosphre to a localized warm SST area placed on the
equator of an aqua planet : Inidial development extracted by an ensemble study.
Nakajima,K.,E.Toyoda, M.Ishiwatari, and Y.-Y.Hayashi

Fall meeting of the Meteorological Society of Japan..
60. Nakajima K, S. Notsuhara

Do clouds shake the earth? -- excitation of the earth's free oscillation
by cumulus convection --

Annuall meeting of the Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics..
61. THE INTERACTION BETWEEN VOLCANIC ERUPTION CLOUD AND THE PHASE CHANGE OF WATER: A NUMERICAL STUDY

2001 Joint meeting for Earth and Planetary Sicence
K.Nakajima, F.Mizutani.
62. Excitation of the free oscillation of the solid earth by cumulus convection(4):
character of source mechanism and spatial structure of the response.

2001 Joint meeting for Earth and Planetary Sicence
K.Nakajima, S.Notsuhara.
63. Excitation of the free oscillation of the solid earth by cumulus convection(3)


2001 Joint meeting for Earth and Planetary Sicence
K.Nakajima, S.Notsuhara.
64. Excitation of the free oscillation of the solid earth by cumulus convection
Spring meeting of the Meteorological Society of Japan
K.Nakajima, S.Notsuhara.