Kyushu University Academic Staff Educational and Research Activities Database
List of Presentations
Ryosuke Nakashima Last modified date:2023.10.13

Post-doctoral Fellow / Faculty of Sciences


Presentations
1. Development of weakly-compressible SPH method for simulating planetary mantle convection.
2. Effects of an azimuthal background magnetic field on slow waves in a stably stratified outermost Earth's core.
3. Revisit of the stability of inviscid horizontal shear flows with the method of spectral deformation.
4. Two-dimensional ideal MHD waves over a rotating sphere with continuous spectra of slow magnetic Rossby and Alfvén waves.
5. Improving the DISPH method for simulating planetary core formation.
6. Two-dimensional ideal MHD waves and the continuous Alfvén spectrum on a rotating sphere with a background toroidal magnetic field.
7. Contribution to IGRF-13 from Japan: A secular variation model using a numerical dynamo model and 4DEnVar data assimilation.
8. Forecasts of geomagnetic secular variation using core surface flow models (2).
9. Inferring geomagnetic secular variation using MHD/kinematic dynamo modeling with data assimilation.
10. Shallow water MHD waves trapped near the poles in a stably stratified outermost Earth's core.
11. Shallow water MHD waves trapped in the polar regions on a rotating sphere with an imposed azimuthal magnetic field.
12. Two-dimensional or shallow water MHD waves on a rotating sphere with an imposed azimuthal magnetic field.
13. Shallow water MHD waves trapped in the polar regions on a rotating sphere with an imposed azimuthal magnetic field.
14. The effect of an azimuthal background magnetic field on waves in a stably stratified layer at the top of the Earth's outer core.
15. Equatorial waves modified by the presence of a toroidal magnetic field within the stably stratified layer at the top of the Earth’s outer core.
16. The empirical mode analysis of the decadal variations in the geomagnetic Gauss coefficients.
17. The boundary mode of the axially symmetric MAC wave in the stratified layer at the top of the Earth’s outer core.
18. The boundary mode of axially symmetric MAC waves can exist in the stratified layer at the top of the Earth's outer core.