FoPM International Symposium

from Monday, 6 February 2023 (09:00) to Wednesday, 8 February 2023 (17:00)
Ito Hall (Main auditorium)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
6 Feb 2023
7 Feb 2023
8 Feb 2023
Plenary Session I (until 11:00) (Main auditorium)
09:30 Welcome - Masahiro Hoshino (Dean, University of Tokyo)   (Main auditorium)
09:35 Logistics - Kate Harris (University of Tokyo)   (Main auditorium)
09:40 FoPM - Hitoshi Murayama (Kavli IPMU)   (Main auditorium)
10:00 Diversity is more than counting, and more than women: Looking at diversity from a broad perspective - Ronni Alexander (Kobe University)   (Main auditorium)
10:30 Stopping the light into quantum memories: A path to a future quantum internet - Julien Laurat (Sorbonne Université)   (Main auditorium)
Coffee Break (until 11:30) (Main auditorium)
Parallel Session 1A (until 12:30) (Conference Room 3F)
11:30 Solar Flare: A Key to Understanding the Energetic Universe - Shunsaku Nagasawa   (Conference Room 3F)
11:45 Terahertz third harmonic generation in superconductors - Haruki Matsumoto   (Conference Room 3F)
12:00 Dissecting active neuronal population in moving fly larvae - Takahisa Date   (Conference Room 3F)
12:15 Dispersal processes of protoplanetary disks - Ayano Komaki   (Conference Room 3F)
Parallel Session 1B (until 12:30) (Seminar Room 3F)
11:30 All local conserved quantities in the one-dimensional Hubbard model - Kohei Fukai   (Seminar Room 3F)
11:45 Photoelectron spectroscopy of ligand-protected superatoms and superatomic molecules - Shun Ito   (Seminar Room 3F)
12:00 Axion dark matter search with optical ring cavity - Hiroki Fujimoto   (Seminar Room 3F)
12:15 Estimation of phase-space displacement using non-Gaussian states - Fumiya Hanamura   (Seminar Room 3F)
Parallel Session 1C (until 12:30) (Gallery 1 B1)
11:30 Three-dimensional Dirac electrons driven by circularly polarized light - Yoshua Hirai   (Gallery 1 B1)
11:45 Visualizing structural heterogeneity of proteins by local Fourier transformation - Hanjin Liu   (Gallery 1 B1)
12:00 Radiation process of electrons in relativistic Alfven wave for high energy astrophysics - Ryota Goto   (Gallery 1 B1)
12:15 In Vivo Imaging Flow Cytometry for Leukocyte Characterization - Junyu Chen   (Gallery 1 B1)
Plenary Session III (until 11:00) (Main auditorium)
09:30 Partial transpose for quantum matter, spacetime and information - Shinsei Ryu (Princeton)   (Main auditorium)
10:00 The cosmological context of our local group of galaxies - Rosemary Wyse (Johns Hopkins)   (Main auditorium)
10:30 Advancing the frontiers of functional bioimaging by engineering of glowing proteins - Robert Campbell (University of Tokyo)   (Main auditorium)
Coffee Break (until 11:30) (Main auditorium)
Parallel Session 3A (until 12:30) (Conference Room 3F)
11:30 Aspects of critical phenomena - Yoshitaka Okuyama   (Conference Room 3F)
11:45 Quantum communication with low-depth random quantum circuits - Shiro Tamiya   (Conference Room 3F)
12:00 Neutrino oscillation analysis with newly available neutron information - Shintaro Miki   (Conference Room 3F)
12:15 Development of broadband vibrational spectroscopy for surface analysis - Risako Kameyama   (Conference Room 3F)
Parallel Session 3B (until 12:30) (Seminar Room 3F)
11:30 Quantum many-body scars in spin models with multi-body interactions - Kazuyuki Sanada   (Seminar Room 3F)
11:45 Multiplex flow cytometry with Raman tags - Ryo Nishiyama   (Seminar Room 3F)
12:00 Can we detect a non-trivial family of n-dim knots through angle measurements ? - Leo Yoshioka   (Seminar Room 3F)
Parallel Session 3C (until 12:30) (Gallery 1 B1)
11:30 An introduction to p-adic differential equations - Peiduo Wang   (Gallery 1 B1)
11:45 Defining the initial condition of high-mass star formation by observations - Kaho Morii   (Gallery 1 B1)
12:00 BPS/CFT correspondence of supergroup gauge theories - Go Noshita   (Gallery 1 B1)
12:15 Generation of highly-pure single photon states at telecommunication wavelength - Akito Kawasaki   (Gallery 1 B1)
Parallel Session 4A (until 10:45) (Conference Room 3F)
09:30 Assisting variational quantum algorithms with classically simulatable quantum circuits - Kaisei Watanabe   (Conference Room 3F)
09:45 All-optical quantum operation for ultra-fast quantum information processing - Taichi Yamashima   (Conference Room 3F)
10:00 Microwave imaging using diamond quantum sensor - Kensuke Ogawa   (Conference Room 3F)
10:15 Atomic-Resolution Direct Observation of Metastable Intermediates in Crystallization - Masaya Sakakibara   (Conference Room 3F)
10:30 Integration test of Simons Observatory small aperture telescope - Tomoki Terasaki   (Conference Room 3F)
Parallel Session 4B (until 10:45) (Seminar Room 3F)
09:30 Development of X-ray absorption measurement method for surface reaction under 1 atm - Kohei Shibuya   (Seminar Room 3F)
09:45 Preparation for the Simons Array second telescope - Kana Sakaguri   (Seminar Room 3F)
10:00 Security emerged from Entanglement - Shinichiro Yamano   (Seminar Room 3F)
10:15 Imaging the domain wall motion using quantum magnetic sensor - Moeta Tsukamoto   (Seminar Room 3F)
Parallel Session 4C (until 10:45) (Gallery 1 B1)
09:30 Three-dimensional dynamics of topological "strings" in liquid crystal - Yohei Zushi   (Gallery 1 B1)
09:45 Cosmology with weak gravitational lensing - Takanori Taniguchi   (Gallery 1 B1)
10:00 Accelerated ion exchange reaction on 2D topological borophane - Xiaoni Zhang   (Gallery 1 B1)
10:15 Measuring decay properties of neutron-rich isotopes to understand nucleosynthesis - Tik Tsun Yeung   (Gallery 1 B1)
10:30 Physics in the quasiperiodic systems - Mao Yoshii   (Gallery 1 B1)
Coffee Break (until 11:30) (Main auditorium)
Plenary Session V (until 12:45) (Main auditorium)
11:30 Creative brain and creative environment - Zenas Chao (IRCN)   (Main auditorium)
12:00 Science Communication: The value and importance of engaging with non-specialist audiences - Heather Doran (University of Dundee)   (Main auditorium)
12:30 Closing Remarks - Hitoshi Murayama (Kavli IPMU)   (Main auditorium)
Lunch (until 14:00) (Main auditorium)
Plenary Session II (until 15:30) (Main auditorium)
14:00 From exactly solvable models of statistical mechanics to combinatorics - Paul Zinn-Justin (University of Melbourne)   (Main auditorium)
14:30 Cosmology with the Dark Energy Survey: Constraining fundamental physics with 100 million galaxies (and over 400 scientists) - Elisabeth Krause (Arizona)   (Main auditorium)
15:00 Optical quantum computers with quantum teleportation - Akira Furusawa (University of Tokyo)   (Main auditorium)
Group Photo (until 16:00) (Main auditorium)
Coffee Break (until 16:30) (Main auditorium)
Parallel Session 2A (until 17:45) (Conference Room 3F)
16:30 Standard model of particle physics - Yoshiki Kanazawa   (Conference Room 3F)
16:45 Log-rank test for imbalanced data with matching - Tomoya Baba   (Conference Room 3F)
17:00 THz Spectroscopy of Optical Pumped Cuprate Superconductor - Morihiko Nishida   (Conference Room 3F)
17:15 Narain CFTs from quantum error-correcting codes - Koki Kawabata   (Conference Room 3F)
17:30 Single Spin-Flip Dynamics in the Dissipative Fermi-Hubbard Model - Hironobu Yoshida   (Conference Room 3F)
Parallel Session 2B (until 17:45) (Seminar Room 3F)
16:30 Study of Pion Production in Radioactive Isotope Nuclear Reactions around Threshold Energy - Kei Kokubun   (Seminar Room 3F)
16:45 Synthesis of chiral-asymmetric metal complexes inside DNA three-way junction structures - Naofumi Kudo   (Seminar Room 3F)
17:00 Biophysics of the cells through quantitative phase microscopy and machine learning - Yugo Inutsuka   (Seminar Room 3F)
17:15 Configuration-space-like description of Bott periodicity and bulk-edge correspondence - Masaki Natori   (Seminar Room 3F)
17:30 Decomposition of irreversibility - Kohei Yoshimura   (Seminar Room 3F)
Parallel Session 2C (until 17:45) (Gallery 1 B1)
16:30 Utility of the meteorological satellite Himawari-8 as a multi-band space telescope - Shinsuke Uno   (Gallery 1 B1)
16:45 The population of compact binary coalescence -- mechanism and constraint - Masaki Iwaya   (Gallery 1 B1)
17:00 Stabilization mechanism of magnetic skyrmion - Ryota Yanbe   (Gallery 1 B1)
17:15 Turbulence Accelerates Relativistic Particles in Entire Volume of Galaxy Clusters - Kosuke Nishiwaki   (Gallery 1 B1)
17:30 Extended R-matrix description of two-proton radioactivity - Zhaozhan Zhang   (Gallery 1 B1)
Lunch (until 14:00) (Main auditorium)
Plenary Session IV (until 15:30) (Main auditorium)
14:00 What makes a world habitable? - David Brain (University of Colorado, Boulder)   (Main auditorium)
14:30 Macroscopic properties of complex systems: chaotic versus integrable dynamics - Stefano Olla (Université Paris Dauphine)   (Main auditorium)
15:00 Computer simulations in materials science - Masamichi Nishino (NIMS)   (Main auditorium)
Coffe Break (until 16:00) (Main auditorium)
Poster Session (until 18:00) (Event Space B2)
16:00 1. The structure groups of a 4-manifold bundle and its relation to the vector bundle which consists of self-dual harmonic 2-forms - Mitsuyoshi Adachi   (Event Space B2)
16:01 2. Characterization of Microplastics by Raman Flow Particle Analyzer - Jun Akita   (Event Space B2)
16:02 3. Continuous-variable quantum approximate optimization algorithm for quadratic function - Keitaro Anai   (Event Space B2)
16:03 4. Index Theorem and Heat Kernel (仮) - Temma Aoyama   (Event Space B2)
16:04 5. semiclassical analysis(仮) - Shinichi Arita   (Event Space B2)
16:05 6. Electromagnetic "Charge Beads" from Dark Matter - Akifumi Chitose   (Event Space B2)
16:06 7. Hall effect of triplon in quantum spin dimer materials - Nanse Esaki   (Event Space B2)
16:07 8. Magnon spin shift current in collinear antiferromagnets - Kosuke Fujiwara   (Event Space B2)
16:08 9. Development of a Radio Frequency Dipole Mass Filter for the Francium Permanent Electric Dipole Moment Search - Mirai Fukase   (Event Space B2)
16:09 10. Electronic states of Bi(111) surface studied by time-, spin- and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy - Yuto Fukushima   (Event Space B2)
16:10 11. Oscillation properties of microcrack-bearing α-quartz derived from molecular dynamics simulations - Ikuchi Funahashi   (Event Space B2)
16:11 12. Quantum sensor in two dimensional van der Waals material - Hao Gu   (Event Space B2)
16:12 13. Analyzing the Atmosphere of Exoplanets in Neptune Desert - Ziying Gu   (Event Space B2)
16:13 14. Analysis of the gravity wave on Venusian atmosphere revealed by LIR on board AKATSUKI (仮) - Zhuan Guo   (Event Space B2)
16:14 15. Intoduction to Geometric Neural Networks - Yoshihiro Gyotoku   (Event Space B2)
16:15 16. KK-theory through localization algebras - Ayoub Hafid   (Event Space B2)
16:16 17. synthesis and characterization of novel optoelectronic materials based on COPV structure - Xiu Han   (Event Space B2)
16:17 18. Subaru PFS: Analysis for 2D PSF modeling - Kota Hayashi   (Event Space B2)
16:18 19. - Muzi Hong   (Event Space B2)
16:19 20. Topos: the unexpected bridge between Logic and Geometry - Ryuya Hora   (Event Space B2)
16:20 21. Label-free Microscopy for Imaging Live Cells - Kohki Horie   (Event Space B2)
16:21 22. Equivariant covering spaces of quantum homogeneous spaces - Mao Hoshino   (Event Space B2)
16:22 23. Research on Low-Loss High-Repetition-Rate Optical Switch with Quantum Teleportation - Ryuhoh Ide   (Event Space B2)
16:23 24. Design method of a broadband planar magic-T: a 6-14GHz scaled model for mm/submm camera - Shuhei Inoue   (Event Space B2)
16:24 25. A combinatorial structure of Gelfand-Tsetlin patterns and a natural sijection between monotone triangles and shifted Gelfand-Tsetlin patterns - Takuya Inoue   (Event Space B2)
16:25 26. Development of a fine pixel semiconductor X-ray polarimeter - Toshiya Iwata   (Event Space B2)
16:26 27. R² inflation with the baryogenesis scenario - Hyun Jeong   (Event Space B2)
16:27 28. Simulation of planetesimal accretion with realistic gas disc evolution - Yuki Kambara   (Event Space B2)
16:28 29. The bigraded Rumin complex and Lee conjecture - Shuhou Kanda   (Event Space B2)
16:29 30. Sommerfeld effect - Kiri Karayama   (Event Space B2)
16:30 31. Lane-Emden equation with supercritical nonlinearity - Sho Katayama   (Event Space B2)
16:31 32. Indirect detection of Dark Matter with radio observation - Chikara Kawai   (Event Space B2)
16:32 33. Replica method and Rényi entropies - Kotaro Kawasumi   (Event Space B2)
16:33 34. Kitaev nanoribbon with boundary dephasing - Shunta Kitahama   (Event Space B2)
16:34 35. The relation between morphology of Euglena gracilis and their removal efficiency of heavy metals - Tsubasa Kobayashi   (Event Space B2)
16:35 36. Target-oriented design of helical nanotube molecules for rolled incommensurate bilayers - Yuki Kotani   (Event Space B2)
16:36 37. Yang-Lee Singularity in BCS Superconductivity - Hongchao Li   (Event Space B2)
16:37 38. Cavity Moiré Materials: controlling correlated phases of matter with quantum light-matter couplings - Kanta Masuki   (Event Space B2)
16:38 39. Primordial Helium Abundance Probed by Subaru Spectroscopy: A Test of the Cosmological Model - Akinori Matsumoto   (Event Space B2)
16:39 40. Calibration and Timing Resolution Evaluation of Liquid Xenon Gamma Ray Detector in MEG II Experiment - Ayaka Matsushita   (Event Space B2)
16:40 41. Shaping microwave photons with frequency tunability using a fixed-frequency superconducting qubit - Takeaki Miyamura   (Event Space B2)
16:41 42. Next Generation Biosensors Enabled by High-speed Visualization of Dynamic Mechanisms - Ikumi Miyazaki   (Event Space B2)
16:42 43. Variational approach to Kondo effect in cavty QED - Jun Mochida   (Event Space B2)
16:43 44. Evaluation systems for the development of biosensors to measure force on cells - Tomoya Mukai   (Event Space B2)
16:44 45. Towards the application of thermodynamic trade-off relations to reaction-diffusion systems - Ryuna Nagayama   (Event Space B2)
16:45 46. Graphical Approach for Characterization of Non-Gaussian Quantum Process - Hironari Nagayoshi   (Event Space B2)
16:46 47. New mysterious signal from the dawn of our universe ~a study of its precise calculation ~ - Fumihiro Naokawa   (Event Space B2)
16:47 48. Quantitative magnetic imaging of superconducting quantum vortex using solid-state quantum spin sensor - Shunsuke Nishimura   (Event Space B2)
16:48 49. Boltzmann equation in two-dimensional electron system with spin-orbit coupling - Naoki Nishimura   (Event Space B2)
16:49 50. Broadband quantum memory with a concatenated optical cavity - Takefumi Nomura   (Event Space B2)
16:50 51. Universal relations on nonequilibrium entropy in classical fluctuating systems - Naruo Ohga   (Event Space B2)
16:51 52. Axion detection via superfluid 3He using quantum technologies - Risshin Okabe   (Event Space B2)
16:52 53. On 2d Rational CFTs - Masaki Okada   (Event Space B2)
16:53 54. Direct mesurement of the 26Si(a,p)29P reaction for the nucleosynthesis in the X-ray bursts - Kodai Okawa   (Event Space B2)
16:54 55. Orbital order in a strongly correlated electron systems - Satoshi Omura   (Event Space B2)
16:55 56. Waveform inversion for the 3D S-wave velocity structure in D″ beneath the Southern Atlantic - Keisuke Otsuru   (Event Space B2)
16:56 57. Automorphisms of Calabi-Yau manifolds - Renji Sakamoto   (Event Space B2)
16:57 58. Label-free observation of dynamics of small particles by interferometric scattering microscopy - Masato Sawa   (Event Space B2)
16:58 59. Quantitative analysis of Akt isoforms’ temporal dynamics and downstream regulation with mathematical model-aided optogenetics - Yuka Sekine   (Event Space B2)
16:59 60. Study on first-level trigger of the Belle II experiment using upgraded silicon strip detector - Tomoyuki Shimasaki   (Event Space B2)
17:00 61. Fundamental equations for open quantum many-body systems - Koki Shiraishi   (Event Space B2)
17:01 62. Search for black holes by the TESS survey of light variation - Yuta Shiraishi   (Event Space B2)
17:02 63. Monte Carlo Methods and Physics - Sora Shiratani   (Event Space B2)
17:03 64. Development for Axion Search using Quantum Non-Demolition Detection of Magnons - Yaman Singh Shrestha   (Event Space B2)
17:04 65. Chern Simons theory and Quantum Hall Effect - Hiroyuki Sudo   (Event Space B2)
17:05 66. Simultaneous laser stabilization by optical frequency comb for Sr optical lattice clocks - Kai Suekane   (Event Space B2)
17:06 67. Thermoelectric properties in semimetals with inelastic electron-hole scattering - Keigo Takahashi   (Event Space B2)
17:07 68. Grand Unified Theory and Proton Decay - Hiroki Takahashi   (Event Space B2)
17:08 69. Evaluation of superconducting nano strip photon-number-resolving detectors with additional coils - Kazuma Takahashi   (Event Space B2)
17:09 70. Mining for the Protoclusters at z〜4 from HSC-SSP photometric dataset with Deep Learning - Yoshihiro Takeda   (Event Space B2)
17:10 71. Continuous cooling and extraction of ultracold strontium atoms by a moving lattice - Ryoto Takeuchi   (Event Space B2)
17:11 72. Programmable generation of optical quantum states with two waveguide optical parametric amplifiers - Hiroko Tomoda   (Event Space B2)
17:12 73. Search for dust-obscured supermassive black holes in the early universe - Akiyoshi Tsujita   (Event Space B2)
17:13 74. Cosmic Reionization History and Sources Probed by Imaging and Spectroscopywith the Subaru Telescope - Hiroya Umeda   (Event Space B2)
17:14 75. Developing a high-resolution Doppler broadening spectroscopy for cold positronium - Ryosuke Uozumi   (Event Space B2)
17:15 76. Intelligent Disease Classification Based on Platelet Imaging System - Huidong Wang   (Event Space B2)
17:16 77. Conformal field theories and error correcting codes - Shinichiro Yahagi   (Event Space B2)
17:17 78. Quantum algorithm for collisionless Boltzmann simulation - Soichiro Yamazaki   (Event Space B2)
17:18 79. Penalized estimation for non-identifiable models - Junichiro Yoshida   (Event Space B2)
17:19 80. Floquet Many-body Theory of the Driven BCS Superconductors and its Application to High Harmonic Generations - Huanyu Zhang   (Event Space B2)
17:20 81. - Yaqi Zhao   (Event Space B2)
Reception (until 20:30) (Event Space B2)