- Kominami, Junko
- Research Scientist
- Planetary formation
Main Publication List and Awards
1.J.D.Kominami, J.Makino and H.Daisaka [Binary Formation in Planetesimal Disks I. Equal Mass Planetesimals] (PASJ, 2011, Vol.63, No.6, pp.1331-1344)
2.J.K.Daisaka, H.Tanaka and S.Ida [Orbital Evolution and Accretion of Protoplanets Tidally Interacting with a Gas Disk II. Solid Surface Density Evolution with Type-I Migration] (Icarus, 2006,Vol.185, pp.492-507)
3.E.Kokubo, J.Kominami and S.Ida [Formation of Terrestrial Planets from Protoplanets. I. Statistics of Basic Dynamical Properties] (ApJ, 2006,Vol.642, pp.1131-1139)
4.J.Kominami, H.Tanaka and S.Ida [Orbital Evolution and Accretion of Protoplanets Tidally Interacting with a Gas Disk I. Effects of Interaction with Planetesimals and Other Protoplanets] (Icarus, 2005,Vol.178, pp.540-552)
5.小南淳子, 田中秀和, 井田茂 [Type-I 惑星移動と原始惑星形成] (日本惑星科学会誌 2005, Vol.14, No.3, pp.134-141)
6.J.Kominami and S.Ida [Formation of Terrestrial Planets in a Dissipating Gas Disk with Jupiter and Saturn] (Icarus, 2004,Vol.167, pp.231-243)
7.J.Kominami and S.Ida [The Effect of Tidal Interaction with a Gas Disk on Formation of Terrestrial Planets ] (Icarus, 2002,Vol.157, pp.43-56)
I have been working on the formation scenario of the Solar system.
The existence of gas disk has significant effect onto the formation of the terrestrial planets.
Meanwhile, in the outer region, the gravitational radius of the bodies becomes more
dominant than that in the inner region.
I am working on running large scale simulations using super computer “KEI”
to clarify the formation scenario of Solar system and exoplanet systems as well.