Stat&QuantPhys Autumn School 2021 (SQP2021)

Stat&QuantPhys Autumn School 2022 (SQP2022)

About the SQP2022

SQP2022 is a 2-day school on topics in statistical physics and quantum physics. Basic lectures on several emerging fields will be given, along with a poster-presentation session. Participants are welcomed to find interdisciplinary inspiration through lectures and discussion.
All programs will be held in English, in Japan Standard Time (GMT+9).

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Schedule

All programs will be held online with possible use of Zoom, YouTube-Live, and oVice.‎

9/26 (Mon.) 9/27 (Tue.) 10/1 (Sat.)
  8:45-9:00 Opening ceremony Spin-off event
(13:30-16:30)
  9:00-12:00 Lecture 1 / Lecture 2 Lecture 3 / Lecture 4
12:00-13:00 Lunch-time chat Lunch-time chat
13:00-16:00 Poster presentations Lecture 5 / Lecture 6
16:00- Get-together Get-together

*Two lectures will be given in parallel in each time slot.

Topics

The topics of the school will include (but will not be limited to)

Presentations on other interdisciplinary topics are also welcomed.

Lecturers and Organizing Committee Members

Lecturers

Toshiya Ideue (The University of Tokyo)

Gen Kimura (Shibaura Institute of Technology)

Synge Todo (The University of Tokyo)

Tomotaka Kuwahara (RIKEN)

Kazumasa A. Takeuchi (The University of Tokyo)

Masafumi Udagawa (Gakushuin University)

Nobuyuki Yoshioka (The University of Tokyo)

*Please check Program for more details.

Committee Members

Yuji Igarashi (OsakaU Koshino Lab. M1)

Takaaki Joya (OsakaU Koshino Lab. M1)

Shunsuke Kamimura (UTsukuba Tokura・Yoshida Lab. D2)

Takuma Kawaoka (OsakaU Koshino Lab. M1)

Hiroki Kawashimo (UTokyo Suwa Lab. M1)

Hayato Kinkawa (UTokyo Hatano Lab. M1)

Keisuke Matsumoto (Tokyo University of Science・Nikuni Lab. M2)

Daichi Matsuoka (UTsukuba Tokura・Yoshida Lab. M2)

Rihito Sakurai (SaitamaU Shinaoka Lab. D2)

Cheng Shang (UTokyo Hatano Lab. D1)

Keisuke Taga (WasedaU Yamazaki Lab. D3)

★ Manami Yamagishi (UTokyo Hatano Lab. M2)

Atsuki Yoshinaga (UTokyo Hatano Lab. D3)