- Saitoh, Takayuki
- Specially Appointed Assistant Professor
- Galaxy formation
Main Publication List and Awards
Main Publication List
1.Saitoh, Takayuki R.; Makino, Junichiro; Asaki, Yoshiharu; Baba, Junichi; Komugi, Shinya; Miyoshi, Makoto; Nagao, Tohru; Takahashi, Masaaki; Takeda, Takaaki; Tsuboi, Masato; Wakamatsu, Ken-ichi Flaring up of the compact cloud G2 during the close encounter with Sgr A* Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 66, Issue 1, id.1 2014
2.Inoue, Shigeki; Saitoh, Takayuki R. Properties of thick discs formed in clumpy galaxies Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 441,
Issue 1, p.243-255 2014
3. Saitoh, T. R., Daisaka, H., Kokubo, E., Makino, J., Okamoto, T., Tomisaka,
K., Wada, K., and Yoshida, N. (2008) “Toward First-Principle Simulations of
Galaxy Formation: I. How Should We Choose Star-Formation Criteria in
High-Resolution Simulations of Disk Galaxies?”, PASJ, 60, 667-.
4. Saitoh, T. R. and Makino, J. (2009) “A Necessary Condition for Individual
Time Steps in SPH Simulations”, ApJ, 697, L99-L102.
5. Saitoh, T. R., Daisaka, H., Kokubo, E., Makino, J., Okamoto, T., Tomisaka,
K., Wada, K., and Yoshida, N. (2009) “Toward First-Principle Simulations of
Galaxy Formation: II. Shock-Induced Starburst at a Collision Interface
during the First Encounter of Interacting Galaxies”, PASJ, 61, 481-.
6. Saitoh, T. R. and Makino, J. (2010) “FAST: A Fully Asynchronous Split
Time-Integrator for a Self-Gravitating Fluid”, PASJ, 62, 301-.
7. Matsui, H., Saitoh, T. R., Makino, J., Wada, K., Tomisaka, K., Kokubo, E.,
Daisaka, H., Okamoto, T., and Yoshida, N. (2012) “Origin of Multiple Nuclei
in Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies”, ApJ, 746, 26-.
8. Saitoh, T. R. and Makino, J. (2012) “A natural symmetrization for the
plummer potential”, NewA, 17, 76-81.
9. Baba, J., Saitoh, T. R., and Wada, K. (2013) “Dynamics of Non-steady Spiral
Arms in Disk Galaxies”, ApJ, 763, 46-.
10. Saitoh, T. R. and Makino, J. (2013) “A Density-independent Formulation of
Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics”, ApJ, 768, 44-.
Next generation super-computing symposium 2008, poster session, First Prize
Next generation super-computing symposium 2009, poster session, Special Prize
My research field is galaxy formation.
I’m using super computers to study galaxy formation and I have great interest in the origin of the morphological variation, such as spiral and elliptical galaxies.
Pricious numerical simulations will reveal the formation process of galaxies and the origin of the galactic morphology.
Additionally, it allows us to study the environmental change of the stellar systems, such as solar system, which would be important for the evolution of life on planets.
Recently, I have been developing new numerical techniques to study the moon formation and the long time evolution of solid planets.