On 10th May 2017, Yuki Mori, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management, wins a Outstanding Poster Presentation Award at The MMPE2017( Third International Symposium on Multiscale Multiphase Process Engineering).
This award was given for the study that have quality of content and presentation at the poster session at this symposium.

Gas-solid flows are often encountered in chemical engineering, e.g., a fluidized bed and a pneumatic conveyer. The photorealistic visualization of these granular flows is of great importance to engineer in the design of chemical engineering processes. In this study, we developed an original visualization method of a large-scale granular flow. This method refines coarse grain particles to original scale particles, and it can visualize granular flow efficiently. 

It is a great honor for me to win this award. I really thank Prof. Mikio Sakai for his excellent supervision, and I also thank all members of Sakai-Lab. I will keep researching hard and try to improve our researches.