## Program

### Division 11

#### 19th BC Room 19aBC 9:00〜12:15

##### Division 11

Dynamical systems, conservative systems

1

On the emergence of active behavior in chaotically driven dynamical systems

Osaka Univ.

Tsuyoshi Chawanya, Noi Takahashi, Takafumi Sakai

2

characterization of “weakness” of weak generalized synchronization

Osaka Univ. IST

Noi Takahashi, Tsuyoshi Chawanya

3

Relaxation and cycle instabilities in many-dimensional Hamiltonian systems VII

College of Engineering, Chubu University, College of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University

^{A}T. Okushima, K.S. Ikeda

^{A}4

Initial condition dependence of perturbations to spatiotemporal chaos and Kardar-Parisi-Zhang interfaces

Dept. Phys., Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, Dept. Phys., Titech^{B}Yosuke Fukai

^{A,B}, Kazumasa A. Takeuchi^{B}5

Analysis of synchronization and chaos in coupled spherical pendulums under a resonant forcing

Grad. Sch. Informatics, Kyoto Univ.

Kana Tajiri, Mitsuaki Funakoshi

6

Anomalous Time Evolution of Velocity Autocorrelation Function in a Polaron Systm with an Alien Baltan-type Fractal Spectrum of the Kinetic Equation

Osaka Pref.Univ., Univ. of Texas

^{A}Sato Yuki, Kazuki Kanki, Tomio Petrosky, Satoshi Tanaka

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Escape phenomena in many-hard-disk systems

School of Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University, Nihon Emsco

^{A}Tooru Taniguchi, Hiroki Murata

^{A}, Shin-ichi Sawada8

Generalized Hamiltonian Mechanics and Invariant Measure of Nonholonomic 3D dynamics

GSFS, The University of Tokyo

Naoki Sato and Zesho Yoshida

9

Mode analysis of intrinsic localized mode in saturable nonlinear lattice

Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University

S. Shige, W. Shi, T. Ishikawa, M. Sato

10

KS entropy of sympectic maps

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

Ken-ichi Okubo, Ken Umeno

11

Chaos and ergodicity of two electrons within a circular billiard

Department of Physics, Kwansei Gakuin University

Shin-ichi Sawada

12

The energy transfer process in collisions between chain-type molecule and atomic particle

Osaka Electro-Communication Univ.

^{A}, Chubu Univ.^{B}Tatsuo Yanagita

^{A}, Tetsuro Konishi^{B}#### 19th BR Room 19aBR 9:00〜12:00

##### Division 11

nonequilibrium fluctuation

1

Microscopic theory for boundary conditions on hydrodynamic equations

Department of Physics, Kyoto University

Hiroyoshi Takagi and Shin-ichi Sasa

2

Hyperuniformity of time-averaged stress fluctuations in equilibrium fluids

Kyoto University

Masato Itami, Shin-ichi Sasa

3

Current flucutuation under periodic modulation of parameters

YITP

Kota Watanabe, Hisao Hayakawa

4

Maximum efficiency of finite power heat engines with broken time-reversal symmetry.

Department of basic science, Univ. of Tokyo, Department of physics, Keio University

^{A}Naoto Shiraishi, Keiji Saito

^{A}5

Elucidation of Efficiency of Feynman's Ratchet based on Coarse-graining and Hidden Entropy Production

Department of Physics, Chuo University, Department of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School

^{A}, College of Science, Ibaraki University^{B}Yohei Nakayama, Kyogo Kawaguchi

^{A}, Naoko Nakagawa^{B}^{●}6

Fluctuation theorems for open quantum systems with nonequilibrium feedback control

University of Tokyo

^{A}, RIKEN CEMS^{B}Zongping Gong

^{A}，Yuto Ashida^{A}，Masahito Ueda^{A，B}###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Universal Scaling of Nonequilibrium Processes in Critical Systems

IBS-PCS，UST

^{A}，APCTP^{B}，Quang Binh Univ.^{C}，IQOQI^{D}，Univ. of Innsbruck^{E}，Korea Univ.^{F}，POSTECH^{G}Gentaro Watanabe

^{A}，Danh-Tai Hoang^{B}，B. Prasanna Venkatesh^{D,E}，Seungju Han^{F}，Junghyo Jo^{B,G}，Mahn-Soo Choi^{F}8

Cancellation

9

Symmetric Shannon entropy introduced by the variational principle of the cumulant generating function

Ibaraki Univ.

Naoko Nakagawa

10

Additivity and extensivity in heat conducting states for FPU model

Ibaraki Univ.

Daiki Takei, Naoko Nakagawa

11

Lévy flights from active scattering

Tokyo Tech, YITP

^{A}, QMU^{B}Kiyoshi Kanazawa,

^{○}Tomohiko Sano^{A}, Andrea Cairoli^{B}, Adrian Baule^{B}#### 19th BS Room 19aBS 9:00〜12:00

##### Division 11，Division 12 Joint

Biological systems I

1

Replicator equations with correlated interactions

CMC Osaka U.

^{A}, Grad. Sci. Osaka U.^{B}, Grad. Info. Nagoya U.^{C}T. Oura

^{A,B}, K. Tokita^{C}2

Hierarchical Prisoner's Dilemma in Hierarchy Game

Dept. of Basic Science, Univ of Tokyo and Dept. of Applied Physics, Univ of Tokyo

^{A}Yuma Fujimoto, Kunihiko Kaneko and Takahiro Sagawa

^{A}3

Species Abundance Patterns of a Food Web Model

Grad. Sc. Info. Sci., Nagoya U.

Kei Tokita

4

Slow variables in development facilitate evolvability

Department of Basic Science, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Komaba

Takahiro Kohsokabe, Kunihiko Kaneko

5

Fisherian runaway mechanism viewed as a characteristic of certain dynamical system -- a possible mechanism for “orthogenetic” evolution

Tokai Univ. School of Marine Sci.and Tech. General Education Center, Shimizu

Shunichi Matsuno

6

Cancellation

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Cancellation

8

Time-course analysis of salivary microbiota

Lab. of Metagenomics, Univ. of Tokyo

Lena Takayasu, Wataru Suda, Kageyasu Takanashi, Masahira Hattori

9

Physics of phyllotaxis: a case study of evolutionary physics

Shizuoka University

Takuya Okabe

10

Dynamical model of biological transportation network based on positive feedback principle

Dept. Info. Sci. Ochanomizu Univ.

Megumi Tsubakida, Hiroshi Kori

11

A mathematical study on an additional procedure to boost the effectiveness of the AIDS treatment based on the lethal mutagenesis approach

Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.

Kouji Harada

#### 19th BT Room 19aBT 9:15〜12:15

##### Division 11，Theoretical Particle Physics，Division 1 Joint

Foundations of quantum theory, and quantum chaos

1

Hessian geometry for entanglement spectrum of 1D free fermions

SNCT

Hiroaki Matsueda

2

Tunneling probability of a wave packet incident on oscillating potentials

Univ. of Fukui, PFU Ltd.

^{A}Norifumi Yamada, Shun Ando

^{A}3

Separability criteria with angular and Hilbert space averages

Riken, NTU

^{A}，NSU^{B}，Nihon Univ.^{C}Kazuo Fujikawa, C.H. Oh

^{A,B},^{○}Koichiro Umetsu^{C}, Sixia Yu^{B}4

The effect of nonlinearity of the effective Hamiltonian on time-symmetry breaking phase transition

Dept. of Physical Science, University of Texas

^{A}Satoshi Tanaka，Savannah Garmon，Tomio Petrosky

^{A}5

Quantum time crystal in finite size systems

Dept. of Applied Physics, Hokkaido University, Dept. of Physics, Asahikawa Medical University

^{A}Keiji Nakatsugawa, Toshiyuki Fujii

^{A}, Satoshi Tanda###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

6

Finite Size Corrections to Fermi’s Golden Rule in Excitation Energy Transfer Model of Molecules

Hokkaido Univ., Rakuno Univ.

^{A}N. Maeda, T. Yabuki

^{A}, Y. Tobita, K. Ishikawa7

Space-time evolution and time-resolved photon emission spectrum by an ultrashort pulse field

Dept. of Phys. Sci., Osaka Pref. Univ., Dept. of Math. Sci., Osaka Pref. Univ.

^{A}, Univ. of Texas at Austin^{B}, IIS, Univ. of Tokyo^{C}Hidemasa Yamane, Kenichi Noba

^{A}, Tomio Petrosky^{B,C}, Satoshi Tanaka8

Tunneling splitting in the normal form Hamiltonian system and the topology of complex trajectories

Department of Physics, Tokyo Metropolitan University

Hiromitsu Harada, Akira Shudo

9

Staircase-structure of the tunnel splitting in non-integrable systems II

Tokyo Metropolitan University, Ritsumeikan University

Yasutaka Hanada, Akira Shudo and Kensuke S. Ikeda

^{A}10

A resolution of the uniqueness conjecture of a periodic orbit with a given binary code in the anisotropic Kepler problem (AKP)

Dept. of Phys. Meiji Univ.

^{1}，Inst. Phys. TU Ilmenau^{2}K. Sumiya

^{1}，K. Kubo^{1,2}，T. Shimada^{1}11

Classical dynamical localization and anomalous diffusion in piecewise linear area preserving map

Department of Physics Tokyo Metropolitan University, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University

^{A}Kensuke Yoshida, Shingo Watanabe

^{A}, Akira Shudo#### 19th BU Room 19aBU 9:00〜12:15

##### Division 11

elastic bodies, complex fluids, compressible fluids and electromagnetic fluids

1

Cancellation

2

Dependence of elastic wave turbulence on forcing scale

Doshisha Univ., Kyoto Univ.

Masanori TAKAOKA, Naoto YOKOYAMA

^{●}3

Size seggregation in fluid-particle mixtures

The Graduate School of the University of Electro-Communications, HDEInc

^{A}Fumikazu Morikawa,

^{○}Hans-Georg Matuttis, Shi Han Ng^{A}4

Converging cylindrical shock wave in MHD

Nagoya Univ., Tokyo Denki Univ.

^{A}, Tokyo Denki Univ.^{B}KUWABARA Sinzi, TSUKAMOTO Masaaki

^{A}, SAKURAI Akira^{B}5

Molecular kinetic approach to acoustic wave in compressive boundary layer flow.

Tokyo Denki Univ.

Masaaki Tsukamoto, Akira Sakurai, Reima Iwatsu

6

Transition of nonlinear ion acoustic waves scattered by vortexes

Grad. Sch. Frontier Sci., Univ. Tokyo

Yuji Ohno, Zensho Yoshida

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Numerical analysis on sounding mechanism of edge tone

Kyushu Institute of Technology, Teikyo Univ.

^{A}, Kyushu Univ. RIIT^{B}Sho Iwagami, Genki Tsutsumi, Taizo Kobayashi

^{A,B}, Toshiya Takami^{B}, Kin'ya Takahashi8

interaction of shock wave with applied magnetic field

Tokyo Denki Univ.

^{A}, Nagoya Univ.^{B}Akira Sakurai, Masaaki Tsukamoto

^{A}and Shinji Kuwahara^{B}9

Scale hierarchy in spatial structures of homogeneous Hall MHD turbulence

NIFS, OUS

^{A}Hideaki Miura, Keisuke Araki

^{A}10

Physical interpretation of the energy density and stress relation on the interface of the copled system of fluid and magnetic field

Div. of Applied Physics, Fac. of Engineering, Hokkaido Univ.

Yo Mizuta

11

Non-axisymmetric magnetorotational instability of a non-ideal MHD flow

IMI, Kyushu Univ., IMI, Kyushu Univ.

^{A}Rong Zou, Yasuhide Fukumoto

^{A}12

Energy spectrum of compressible MHD turbulence

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Yang Jingyuan, Toshiyoki Gotoh

#### 19th BN Room 19pBN 13:30〜13:45

##### Division 8，Division 11 Joint

Theory of low-temperature physics

1

Doping-induced states in t-J models

NIMS-MANA

Masanori Kohno

#### 19th BR Room 19pBR 13:30〜17:00

##### Division 11，Division 2，Division 6 Joint Symposium

Helicity

1

Introduction

U. Tokyo, Frontier Sci.

Zensho Yoshida

2

Helicity and topolgy of fluid flows

Kyushu U.,IMI

Yasuhide Fukumoto

3

Helicity and Topological Science and Technology

Hokkaido U., Topological Science

Satoshi Tanda

4

Helical Symmetry - Chiral Symmetry in Superfluid 3He

OCU, Sci.

Osamu Ishikawa

5

Helicity technology by using optical vortices

Hokkaido U., Engr.

Ryuji Morita

###### Break （15:20〜15:35)

6

Helicity in Quantum Field Theory

Nara EDU, CERSM

Toyoki Matsuyama

7

Chern-Simons modified gravity and helicity

Tomakomai College

Kohkichi Konno

8

Helicity and spinor Bose-Einstein condensates

Kyoto U., Phys.

Michikazu Kobayashi

9

Sammary and Prospect

Kyoto U., RIMS

Michio Yamada

#### 19th BS Room 19pBS 13:30〜18:00

##### Division 11

granular systems, traffic flow, friction, and earthquakes

1

Stability of steady flow states in simple networks of road with piecewise-linear fundamental diagrams

Dept. of Applied Physics, Univ. Tokyo

^{A}, RIKEN AICS^{B}Takashi Shimada

^{A}, Naoki Yoshioka^{B}, Nobuyasu Ito^{A,B}2

Finite size effect in lane formations of non-equilibrium self driven particles

Niigata Univ.

Kosuke Ikeda and Kang Kim

3

Meandering air flow in a granular bed IV

Ochanomizu Univ.

Yuki Yoshimura, Yui Yagisawa, Ko Okumura

4

2-Dimensional Brazil Nut Effect

Ochanomizu Univ.

Then Hui Zee, Teruyo Sekiguchi, Ko Okumura

5

Grain size segregation in jammed granular matter

ERI, University of Tokyo

Ryo Itoh,

^{○}Takahiro Hatano6

Relaxation process of a granular heap driven by vibration

Nagoya Univ.

Daisuke Tsuji, Hiroaki Katsuragi

7

A master equation for force distributions in jammed granular materials

Faculty of Engineering Technology, CTW, University of Twente

Kuniyasu Saitoh, Vanessa Magnanimo, and Stefan Luding

8

Effect of attractive interaction in dilute granular gases: A microscopic theory for transport coefficients II

YITP Kyoto Univ., AIMR Tohoku Univ.

^{A}Satoshi Takada, Kuniyasu Saitoh

^{A}, Hisao Hayakawa###### Break （15:30〜15:45)

9

X-ray CT observation of particle arrangements of paste exhibiting the memory effect in drying fracture

Nara Women's univ.

^{A}, Kansai univ.^{B}, Nihon univ.^{C}, Osaka pref. univ.^{D}S.Kitsunezaki

^{A}, A.Nishimoto^{B}, Y.Matsuo^{C}, A.Nakahara^{C}, T.Mizuguchi^{D}10

Negative pressure in shear thickening band of a dilatant fluid

Sendai national college of technology, Kyushu University

^{A}, NBI^{B}Shin-ichiro Nagahiro, Hiizu Nakanishi

^{A}and Namiko Mitarai^{B}11

Statistical Characteristics of Grain-Bed Collision Process

Graduate School of Sciences, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University

^{A}Tanabe Takahiro, Niiya Hirofumi

^{A}, Awazu Akinori, Nishimori Hiraku12

Hysteresis property of particle transport for change in wind speed

Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya Univ.

Hirofumi NIIYA, Kouichi NISHIMURA

^{●}13

Numerically exact friction implementation for two-dimensional particle systems

Grad. Sch. of the Univ. of Electro-Communications

Dominik Krengel，Hans-Georg Matuttis

14

Slip Front Velocity in the System Including Viscosity and the Nonlinear Friction Law

Dept. Phys. & Math., AGU

Takehito Suzuki and Hiroshi Matsukawa

15

Cancellation

16

Statistical properties of the OFC model on complex networks

Earthquake Research Institute

Hiroki Tanaka

17

Underestimation of size of microearthquakes by the JMA magnitude and its influence on b-value estimations of the Gutenberg-Richter's law

GSJ/AIST

Takahiko Uchide, Kazutoshi Imanishi

#### 19th BT Room 19pBT 13:30〜17:00

##### Division 11

classical spin 1

1

From measurements to inferences of physical quantities in numerical simulations

Shibaura Institute of Technology

Tota Nakamura

2

Cluster nonequilibrium relaxation in XY models: BKT versus second-order phase transitions

CMSU, NIMS

^{A}, Shibaura Institute of Technology^{B}Yoshihiko Nonomura

^{A}, Yusuke Tomita^{B}3

Nonequilibrium relaxation analysis of critical phenomena on the classical XZ model in two dimensions

Department of Engineering Science, The University of Electro-Communications

Yukiyasu Ozeki

4

Phase transitions of three-dimensional chiral helimagnets under a magnetic field

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Yoshihiko Nishikawa and Koji Hukushima

5

Multi-grid Monte Carlo method for the relaxation time of the first-order transition

Jikei Univ. Sch. of Med.

Katsumi Kasono

6

Effects of the long-range interaction on the generalized six-state clock model and the critical phenomena of the antiferrimagnetic triangular-lattice systems

NIMS, Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}Masamichi Nishino, Seiji Miyashita

^{A}###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

7

Tensor-network algorithm for nonequilibrium relaxation in the thermodynamic limit

University of Tokyo

Yoshihito Hotta

8

Ising Model on a fractal lattice analyzed by Higher Order Tensor Renormalization Group Method

Kobe University, Slovak Academy of Sciences

Tomotoshi Nishino, Andrej Gendiar, Jozef Genzor

9

Barkhausen effect based on magnetic dipole moment interactions

TDU

Shuji Obata

10

Simulation in the magnetic multilayer film systems

Japan Electronics College

^{A}, Tokyo Denki University.& School of Science & Engineering^{B}M.Yoneda

^{A}and S.Obata^{B}11

Calculation of scaling dimensions and OPE coefficients using tensor network renormalization

ISSP University of Tokyo

Tsuyoshi Okubo and Naoki Kawashima

12

Temperature dependence of the threshold magnetic field for nucleation and domain wall propagation in an inhomogeneous structure with grain boundary

U. Tokyo, NIMS

^{A}S. Andraus, M. Nishino

^{A}, S. Miyashita13

Numerical Study of Scaling Dimensions by Transfer Matrix Method

ISSP

Ochi Hironori, Kawashima Naoki

#### 19th BU Room 19pBU 13:30〜16:30

##### Division 11

Oscillators

1

Critical Phenomena between in Oscillator System and Classical XY Model

NITGC, Nara Women's Univ.

Yohei Saika, Tatsuya Uezu

2

Phase transition of Kuramoto model with asymmetric distribution of natural frequencies

Kyoto Univ.

Keigo Ito, Yu Terada, Toshio Aoyagi, Yoshiyuki Y. Yamaguchi

3

Analysis of bistability in Kuramoto oscillators on a complete bipartite graph

Univ. Tokyo, Hokkaido Univ.

^{A}Toshiki Nagasaki, Koji Nemoto

^{A}, Masato Okada4

Analysis of multichimera states in nonlocaly coupled phase oscillators

Division of Physics, Hokkaido Univ.

Yusuke Suda, Koji Okuda

5

Swimming efficiency of coupled rotators in Stokes fluid

Dept. Info. Sci., Ochanomizu Univ., Grad. Sch. of Info. Sci., Nagoya Univ.

^{A}Mami Shigedomi, Yusaku Nagata, Yuki Izumida

^{A}, Hiroshi Kori6

Various oscillation patterns in phase models with locally attractive and globally repulsive couplings

Hokkaido University, University of Hyogo

^{A}Katsuhiko Sato, Shin-ichiro Shima

^{A}###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

7

Quadruped gait model with feedback from body

Dept Info Sci, Ocha Univ., Graduate School of Info. Sci., Nagoya Univ.

^{A}, Dept Info Sci, Ocha Univ.^{B}KUBONOYA Maria, IZUMIDA Yuki

^{A}, KORI Hiroshi^{B}8

Theoretical consideration for the upper bound of perturbation strength in the first-order phase description

Kyoto Univ.

Takashi Imai, Toshio Aoyagi

9

Regularization term to estimate the interaction function from the rhythm data

Kyoto Univ.

Takahiro Goto

10

Dynamics of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable elements IV

Grad. Sch. of Eng., Osaka Prefecture Univ.

Hiroaki Daido, Kazuho Nishio

11

Estimation of transfer entropy between rhythmic units

Kyoto Univ.

Yu Terada and Toshio Aoyagi

#### 20th AY Room 20pAY 13:30〜16:30

##### Division 11

foundation of statistical mechanics I

1

Thermo field dynamics and entropy production

RIKEN

Masuo Suzuki

2

Singular value decomposition picture of double Hilbert space on thermo field dynamics

TUS, RIKEN

^{A}Yoichiro Hashizume, Takashi Nakajima, Soichiro Okamura, Masuo Suzuki

^{A}3

Work fluctuation-dissipation trade-off in heat engines

The University of Tokyo, RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS)

^{A}Ken Funo, Masahito Ueda

^{A}4

Resolving the Gibbs paradox in small thermodynamic systems

University of Tokyo

^{A}, RIKEN CEMS^{B}Yuto Murashita

^{A}, Masahito Ueda^{A,B}5

An extension of the Bose-Einstein and the Fermi-Dirac distributions by the fractional derivative

Matsumoto University, Department of Physics, Shinshu University

^{A}, National Institute of Technology, Toba College^{B}Naomichi Suzuki, Minoru Biyajima

^{A}, Takuya Mizoguchi^{B}6

Thermodynamic entropy as a Noether invariant

Kyoto University, Riken

Shin-ichi Sasa, Yuki Yokokura

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

7

A Molecular Theory of the Many Body that is Consisted Maltiple Molecule System at Finaite Temperature -Temperature Potential and Molecular Specific Heat in the Ideal Gases-

Tokyo University of Science

Yaunori Igarashi

8

Direct observation of kinetic equation in bubble nucleation

ISSP, The University of Tokyo

Hiroshi Watanabe

9

Normal heat conduction in one dimensional momentum-conserving systems and the ballistic fixed point of fluctuating hydrodynamic equations

Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo

Daisuke Sato

10

Non-equilibrium cross effect under dynamic temperature gradient

Faculty of Science, Kyushu Univ. JST Sakigake

^{A}Fukuyama Tatsuya, Yusuke T.Maeda

^{A}^{●}11

Wiener-Khinchin theorem for nonstationary scale-invariant processes

Kyoto Univ.，Univ. of Erlangen-Nuremberg

^{A}Andreas Dechant，Eric Lutz

^{A}#### 20th BG Room 20pBG 13:30〜16:45

##### Division 4，Theoretical Particle Physics，Theoretical Nuclear Physics，Division 1，Division 8，Division 11 Joint Symposium

New Perspective of Kondo Problem

1

Introduction

ISSP

Takeo Kato

^{●}2

Measurement of electron correlations in a mesoscopic quantum interferometer

Neel institute

Shintaro Takada

3

Luttinger theorem in AdS/CFT

Osaka Univ.

Koji Hashimoto

4

Numerical renormalization group for the impurity problem and quantum entanglement

Niigata Univ.

Kouichi Okunishi

###### Break （14:50〜15:05)

^{●}5

Universality of Non-equilibrium Fluctuations in Strongly Correlated Quantum Liquids

Osaka Univ. and Univ. Paris-Sud

Ferrier Meydi

6

Kondo effect and its transport measurement with ultracold atoms

Titech

Yusuke Nishida

7

Kondo effect in QCD

KEK

Sho Ozaki

8

Kondo effects of a four-impurity model with a tetrahedron configuration

Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.

Kazumasa Hattori

#### 20th BR Room 20pBR 13:30〜16:45

##### Division 6，Division 11，Division 1 Joint Symposium

Turbulence Science pioneered by the studies of quantum turbulence

1

Introduction

Grad. School of Math., Nagoya Univ.

Yoshifumi Kimura

2

Inhomogeneous quantum turbulence

Dept. of Physics, Osaka City Univ.

Makoto Tsubota

3

Intermittency in Navier-Stokes Turbulence

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Toshiyuki Gotoh

4

Physics of energy cascade in turbulence

Grad. School of Engineering Sci., Osaka Univ.

Susumu Goto

###### Break （14:50〜15:05)

5

Quantum turbulence induced by object motion in superfluids

Dept. of Phys., Osaka City Univ.

Hideo Yano

6

Visulalization of vortex and particle motions in quantum turbulence

Grad. School of Engineering, Nagoya Univ.

Yoshiyuki Tsuji

7

Flow and current in multi-component cold atomic gases

Dept. of Physics, Gakushuin Univ.

Yujiro Eto

8

Magnetization dynamics in a BEC with internal degrees of freedom

Grad. School of Engineering, Nagoya Univ.

Yuki Kawaguchi

#### 20th BS Room 20pBS 13:30〜16:45

##### Division 11，Division 12

Biological systems II

1

The origin of genes through spontaneous symmetry breaking

Univ. Tokyo, Univ. Tokyo

^{A}, Utrecht Univ^{B}Nobuto Takeuchi, Kunihiko Kaneko

^{A}, Paulien Hogeweg^{B}2

Dynamical Crossover of Clone Size Statistics in Stem Cell Differentiation Model

Department of Basic Science, The University of Tokyo, Department of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School

^{A}, Department of Applied Physics, The University of Tokyo^{B}Hiroki Yamaguchi, Kyogo Kawaguchi

^{A}, Takahiro Sagawa^{B}3

Lifetime of stem cells in the stochastic model of homeostasis.

Department of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School

Kyogo Kawaguchi and Allon M. Klein

4

Dynamics of plaque formation by temperate phages

Niels Bohr Institute, Univ. Copenhagen

Namiko Mitarai, Stanley Brown, and Kim Sneppen

5

The search for the establishing condition for Pirt equation

Tokyo University, Department of Arts and Sciences

Yusuke Himeoka, and Kunihiko Kaneko

6

Analysis of motion characteristics of Euglena under light intensity gradient

Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University

Takuma Ogawa, Hiraku Nishimori, Akinori Awazu, Shunsuke Izumi, Makoto Iima

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

7

Transport properties of colloidal particles in active turbulence

Tohoku Univ., Uni. Duesseldorf

^{A}Nariya Uchida, Hartmut Loewen

^{A}8

a mathematical model for bidirectionality in a kinesin–microtubule-driven system

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Nen Saito, Kunihiko Kaneko

^{●}9

Stirring fluids at low Reynolds numbers, or hydrodynamic collective effects of active proteins in biological cells.

Fritz Haber Inst., Hiroshima Univ.

Alexander S. Mikhailov

#### 20th BT Room 20pBT 13:30〜15:45

##### Division 11

classical spin systems 2 and frustrated systems

1

Estimation of weight factors by sequentially using irreversible simulated tempering

Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}，NIMS^{B}Yuji Sakai

^{A}，Koji Hukushima^{A,B}2

Application of grand canonical analysis to classical spin systems

Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, Shibaura Inst. Tech.^{B}Takashi Nakamaniwa

^{A}, Tota Nakamura^{B}, Chisa Hotta^{A}3

Introducing GA-like crossover into a Monte Carlo simulation of classical spin systems (IV)

NICHe, Tohoku University

Kazuhito Shida

4

Development of constant exchange probability method in multi-dimensional replica exchange Monte Carlo method

Ryukoku Univ.

Kenji Kimura, Saburo Higuchi

###### Break （14:30〜14:45)

5

Branching and tensor network

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

Kenji Harada

6

Interface dyanamics of two dimensions Ising system and corresponding stochastic process

Dept.of Phys., Kyoto Univ.

Yusuke MASUMOTO

7

Magnetic domain pattern formation and dissipation effects

Dept. Comp. Sci., Ochanomizu University

Kazue Kudo

8

Novel phases in a square-lattice frustrated ferromagnet: 1/3-magnetisation plateau, helicoidal spin-liquid and vortex crystal

Israel Institute of Technology, Univ. Paris 06

^{A}，RIKEN^{B}, OIST^{C}Luis Seabra，Philippe Sindzingre

^{A}，^{○}Tsutomu Momoi^{B}，Nic Shannon^{C}#### 20th BU Room 20pBU 13:30〜16:30

##### Division 11

econophysics

1

Mean-field description of a dealer model based on the kinetic theory

Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology

^{A}, Sony Computer Science Laboratories^{B}, Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences, Meiji University^{C}Kiyoshi Kanazawa

^{A}, Hideki Takayasu^{A,B,C}, Misako Takayasu^{A}2

Statistical properties observed in order submission in high frequency order book data

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Meiji univ.

^{A}, Sony CSL^{B}Takumi Sueshige, Kiyoshi Kanazawa, Hideki Takayasu

^{A,B}, Misako Takayasu^{●}3

Application of First-Passage Time Theory to replicate Cancellation Orders in Foreign Currency Market

Tokyo Inst. of Tech.

^{A}，Sony CSL^{B}，Meiji Univ.^{B}Jean-François Boilard

^{A}，H. Takayasu^{B}and M. Takayasu^{A}4

Order book in the stock market from a perspective of FBP model

QUICK Corp., Tokyo Institute of Technology

^{A}, Sony CSL^{B}, Meiji Univ.^{B}Hirofumi Yamashita, Yoshihiro Yura

^{A}, Hideki Takayasu^{B}, Misako Takayasu^{A}5

Correlation and entropy between foreign exchange rates

Fukuoka Prefectural University and Professor Emeritus of Kagoshima University

^{A}Ryuji Ishizaki and Masayoshi Inoue

^{A}6

Statistical Property of the Stock Price Fluctuation in the Arrowhead Market

Tottori Univ., Dept. Information and Electronics

Mieko Tanaka-Yamawaki

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

7

Fluctuation, Response and Evolution in a Social Network Service

University of Tsukuba

^{A}, The University of Tokyo^{B}Koya Sato

^{A}, Mizuki Oka^{A}, Yasuhiro Hashimoto^{A}, Takashi Ikegami^{B}8

Structural change of the localization cluster emerged by the nonlinear transport

Tokyo tech. Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science

^{A}, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc^{B}, Meiji Univ.^{C}Koutarou Tamura

^{A}, Hideki Takayasu^{A,B,C}, Misako Takayasu^{A}9

Evolving complex network simulation focusing on gelation

Tokyo Tech.

^{A}，TDB^{B}，Sony CSL^{C}，Meiji Univ.^{D}Hayato Goto

^{A,B}，Hideki Takayasu^{C,D}，Misako Takayasu^{A}10

Collective Motions in Trade Liberation

GSAIS, Kyoto university

Yuichi Ikeda

11

Domino effect in information cascade experiment

Kitasato Univ., NEC Corp., FSA, Hokkaido Univ.

Shintaro Mori, Masafumi Hino, Masato Hisakado, Taiki Takahashi

#### 20th PSA Room 20pPSA 13:30〜15:30

##### Division 11

Poster Session

1

Ferromagnetic Griffith Phase in the Two-demensional Random Ising Model

Graduate School of Engineering Muroran Institute Technology

^{A}, Department of Basic Science, the University of Tokyo^{B}Koyo Fukuoka

^{A}，^{○}Kei Murayama，Yuki Yamamoto，Kazuyuki Matsumoto，Koji Fukushima^{B}2

Exact Solutions of Ising Models with Frustration on a Diamond Hierarchical Lattice −Mechanism of Gapless-like Behavior on the Magnetization Process−

Fac. of Sci. and Tec., Tokyo Univ. of Science

Yuhei Hirose, Akihide Oguchi, and Yoshiyuki Fukumoto

3

Event-chain Monte Carlo studies of critical phenomena for non-coplanar spin orders.

Niigata University

K. Seki, K. Okunishi

4

Lower Temperature Phase Transition of a 2-dim ANNNI Model

Tohoku Univ., Iwate Univ.

^{A}, TBG Univ.^{B}F. Matsubara, T. Shirakura

^{A}and N. Suzuki^{B}5

GPU computing for the classical spin models on various lattices

RIKEN AICS

Yukihiro Komura

6

analysis of phase transition by using SVD

SNCT

Dai Ozaki, Hiroaki Matsueda

7

Ultra fast control of the magnetic body using terahertz laser

Aoyama-Gakuin University

^{A}, Japan Atomic Energy Agency^{B}, and ERATO^{C}Yusuke Yoshimoto

^{A}, ASatoshi Aizawa^{A}, Masahiro Sato^{A,B,C}, and Nobuo Furukawa^{A}8

Improvement of the Irreversible Monte-Carlo Method by the Suppression of Inter-Replica Transitions

Kanagawa University

Munetaka Sasaki

9

Convergence of the Wang-Landau method on a hard sphere system in continuous space

Faculty of Medicine, Toho University

Tomoaki Nogawa

10

Effects of thickness on magnetic domain pattern formation II

JAEA

Terufumi Yokota

11

Information gain bound in general probabilistic theory

Shibaura institute of technology, College of Systems Engineering and Science, Department of Philosophy Faculty of Literature, Keio University

Junji Ishiguro, Makoto Fukui, Gen Kimura

12

Shortcuts to Adiabaticity via Quantum Brachistochrone and Husimi's Measure of Adiabaticity

Grad. Sch. info. Sci., Nagoya Univ.

Hiroaki MISHIMA，Yuki IZUMIDA

13

Relationship between network geometry and phase transition in SIR model with multi-susceptive states extension

Coll. of Eng., Ibaraki Univ.

Masanobu Kobayashi, Koujin Takeda

14

Search for optimal network structure

Grad. Sch. of Inf. Sci., Ochanomizu Univ.

Kai Ishikawa

15

Indirect facilitation induced by competition among plants: From the perspective of small-world network

NIES, Shizuoka Univ

^{A}., Hokkaido Univ.^{B}Yoshiaki Nakagawa, Masayuki Yokozawa

^{A}, Toshihiko Hara^{B}16

Resource limitation and resistance in a catalytic reaction network

Department of Basic Science, The University of Tokyo

Atsushi Kamimura, Kunihiko Kaneko

17

sequence selection in self-replicating template polymer system

Department of Basic Science, The University of Tokyo

Yoshiya J. Matsubara, Kunihiko Kaneko

18

Group formation through indirect reciprocity under the third assessment rule II

Department of humanities and social sciences, Iwate Univ.

Ayami Isagozawa and Takayuki Shirakura

19

Fission-fusion of armed groups in civil wars

The University of Tokyo, JST CREST

^{A}Koji Oishi

^{A}20

Interrelated dynamics of business cycles, exchange rate and prices

Graduate School of Science and Technology, Niigata University, Department of Mathematics, Niigata University

^{A}Yuichi Kichikawa, Hiroshi Iyetomi

^{A}21

Three-body correlations and financial crisis in stock markets

Recruit Sumai Company Ltd., Department of Mathematics，Niigata University

^{A}Yuta Arai, Hiroshi Iyetomi

22

TAP for Restricted Boltzmann Machine Learning and Its Application to Collaborative Filtering

Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya University

Taisuke Hinata, Kei Tokita

23

Rare event sampling of linear programming relaxation for combinatorial optimization problems

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The Univ. of Tokyo, Institute of Physics, Univ. of Oldenburg

^{A}Satoshi Takabe, Koji Hukushima, and Alexander K. Hartmann

^{A}24

Approximate Bayesian Computation of surface-area model selection in water-rock interactions

University of Tokyo, Tohoku University

^{A}, JAMSTEC^{B}, Kobe University^{C}Koji Hukushima, Atsushi Okamoto

^{A}, Tatsu Kuwatani^{B}, Toshiaki Omori^{C}25

Finite size fluctuation in long-range interacting system

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

Yoshiyuki Y. Yamaguchi

26

Integrability of the Bianchi type IX universe model: Dramatical change for a constraint condition of Einstein's equation

Osaka Prefecture University, The University of Texas at Austin

^{A}, University of Tokyo^{B}Yuya Takeuchi, Tomio Petrosky

^{A,B}, Kazuki Kanki, Satoshi Tanaka27

Analysis of dynamical relaxation in the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam system 4

Nara Women's University Graduate School of humanities and Science, Nara Women's University Natural Science

^{A}Kambe Mai, Fuji Kana, Toda Mikito

^{A}28

Study on chaotic phenomena of coupled oscillators in a laboratory plasma

Nagasaki Univ.

T. Fukuyama, M. Okugawa

29

Mathematical modeling of planar cell polarity

Dept. of Information Sciences, Ochanomizu Univ.

^{A}, CREST^{B}Kaori Sugimura

^{A}, Hiroshi Kori^{A,B}30

Mathematical model of percussions

Dept Info Sci, Ochanomizu Univ.

Saki Toriyama, Hiroshi Kori

31

Analysis of dynamical phenomena in coupled oscillator systems 3

Nara women's university graduate school of humanities and sciences, Nara women's university natural sciencies

^{A}Sayo Morita, Mikito Toda

^{A}32

Bifurcation on a single candle oscillator

Graduate School of Life and Medical Sciences, Doshisha University

Satoshi Takatori, Kenichi Yoshikawa

33

Lyapunov Analysis of Coupled Map Networks

The University of Tokyo, Arts and Sciences

Kenji Shinoda, Kunihiko Kaneko

34

Bifurcation Analysis on motion of a Self-propelled Particle in a Two-Dimensional Axisymmetric Systems

Grad. Scl. of Sci., Chiba Univ., WPI AIMR, Tohoku Univ.

^{A}Yuki Koyano, Natsuhiko Yoshinaga

^{A}, and Hiroyuki Kitahata35

Shape-dependent motion of a self-propelled particle: Modeling as mass particles with constraint

Chiba Univ., Tokyo Univ. of Sci.

^{A}Hiroyuki Kitahata, Yuki Koyano, Yutaka Sumino

^{A}36

Vortex formation of Quincke rollers under AC fields

Department of physics, the University of Tokyo

Airi Kato, Masaki Sano

37

Aggregation of flexible chainlike walkers in an off-lattice space

Department of Engineering, Shizuoka University

Takashi Mashiko, Yasuhiro Fujii

38

Generation mechanism of rotation motion of a nut attached to a vibrationally-stimulated bolt

Saga Univ., Kyoto Univ.

H. Tominaga, S. Miyazaki

39

Analysis of collective dynamics using diffusion maps

Grad. Sch. Info. Schi., Nagoya Univ.

Yasunari Miura, Yuki Sugiyama

40

An experiment to continuous-time for the discrete model of the Wave-regeneration and the derivation for the analytic solution

Kobe Design Univ., Osaka pref. Univ.

^{A}Katsuya Ouchi, Takehiko Horita

^{A}41

Extended Boltzmann distribution

Dept. of Biosci. Bioinfor, kyushu Inst. of tech.

Chikoo Oosawa

42

Correlation equaions for multitype contact processes

National Institute of Technology. Fukui college, Grad. Sch. of Math. Nagoya university

^{A}Yuji Yanagihara, Kazuhiko Minami

^{A}43

Suppression of relative diffusion of Brownian particle in non-Markovian random velocity field

Kyoto Univ.

Masahiko Ueda

44

Dependence of one-dimensional asymmetric simple exclusion process upon waiting time distribution(part 3)

CNC, Saga Univ.

Yasuhiro Hieida

45

Control of stochastic systems by time-delayed feedback

Univ. of Tsukuba, Rissho Univ.

Hiroyasu Ando, Miki U. Kobayashi

46

Cancellation

47

Loading-induced deformation of a tunnel structure in wet granular matter

Nagoya Univ.

Ayuko Shinoda, Shin-ichi Fujiwara, Hiroaki Katsuragi

48

Scaling of convective velocity in an intermittently vibrated granular bed

Nagoya Univ. Env., OIST

^{A}Naoki Iikawa, Mahesh M. Bandi

^{A}, Hiroaki Katsuragi49

Search for Key Factors Determining Threshold Characteristics of Dynamic Nano-Friction（I）

Kanazawa Institute of Technology

Takashi Nakano, Hiromasa Komatsu, Satoru Ikeda, Kouki Hayashino, Keiji Hayashi

50

Power and efficiency of a laser as a thermodynamic engine

Shizuoka Univ., Osaka Univ.

Tatsuro Yuge, Tetsuo Ogawa

51

Investigation of device parameters in double-quantum-dot information engines

Kyoto Univ.

Katsuaki Tanabe

52

Onsager Reciprocity for Information-driven Engines

Dept. of Basic Sci. Univ. Tokyo, Dept. of Phys. Tokyo Inst. of Tech

^{A}, Dept. of App. Phys. Univ. Tokyo^{B}Shumpei Yamamoto, Sosuke Ito

^{A}, Naoto Shiraishi, Takahiro Sagawa^{B}53

Study on Brawnian Ratchet Rotary Model with the Spinning Rotor

Kyoto Univ.

Hiroki TUTU

54

The “mean-field model” of solid–fluid transition of the systems which contain two kinds of particles

The Univ. of Tokyo

Hisato Komatsu, Koji Hukushima

55

Cancellation

56

High-dimensional Chaos in Dripping Faucet Experiment

Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Kagoshima Univ.

Masnori MAEDA, Hiroki HATA

^{●}57

High Accuracy Solution and Shape Universality of Webster’s Equation in High Frequency Region by Perturbation Theory

Faculty of Science and Technology, Seikei University

Keita Hamano, Shoichi Sakamoto, Mitsuyoshi Tomiya

58

Measurement and statistical analysis of human-generated random signals

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

Syuji Miyazaki and Koichiro Uematsu

59

Hoop,GarigariTonbo and Euler Disk on a vibrating plate

JUE

Hiroshi Takano

60

Fluid-acoustic analysis on jet oscillations near the mouth opening of the flute II.

Kyushu Institute of Technology, Yamaha Corporation

^{A}, Kyushu Univ. RIIT^{B}, Teikyo Univ.^{C}Reo Baba, Akira Miki

^{A}, Hirofumi Onituka^{A}, Noriyoshi Miyakawa^{B}, Sho Iwagami, Genki Tsutsumi, Kazuki Matsukiyo, Taizo Kobayashi^{B,C}, Toshiya Takami^{B}, Kin'ya Takahashi61

Fluid-acoustic analysis on resonance states of the closed pipe with a tone hole II

Kyushu Institute of Technology,Teikyo Univ.

^{A}, Kyushu Univ. RIIT^{B}Kazuki Matsukiyo, Ryo Nomiyama, Reo Baba, Sho Iwagami, Taizo Kobayashi

^{A,B}, Toshiya Takami^{B}, Kin'ya Takahashi62

Investigation of mechanism of the horizontal magnetic field of the Sun

Ochanomizu University

Tohru Tashiro and Shino Arai

63

A Coupled Map Lattice Model for Self-Gravitating Systems

Dept. of Phys. Ochanomizu Univ.

E. Nozawa，M. Morikawa

#### 20th PSB2 Room 20pPSB 15:30〜17:30

##### Division 11

Poster Session

（Quantum spin, electron, and cold atom systems）

48

The effect of single ion anisotropy on the S=2 dimerized Heisenberg model

Chiba Univ., TU Dresden and IFW Dresden

Shohei Miyakoshi, Satoshi Nishimoto and Yukinori Ohta

49

Randomized SVD and Eigenproblems for MPS

ISSP, UTokyo

Ryo Igarashi

50

Existence of tetramer in a system with the nearest- and next-nearest-neighbor spin-phonon interactions

Fac. of Sci., Univ. of the Ryukyus, NIT, Wakayama College

^{A}Chitoshi Yasuda, Satoru Akiyama

^{A}51

Introduction of usage and simulation examples for HΦ: open source software for a wide range of quantum lattice models

ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo, Dep. of Applied Physics, Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo, Dep. of Physics, Univ. of Tokyo^{B}K. Yoshimi, M. Kawamura, Y. Yamaji

^{A}, T. Misawa^{A}, S. Todo^{B}, N. Kawashima52

Theoretical study of molecules of multiple vortices in two-component type-1.5 superconductors

Aoyama-Gakuin University

^{A}, Japan Atomic Energy Agency^{B}, and ERATO^{C}Toshihiro Toh

^{A}, Masahiro Sato^{A,B,C}, and Nobuo Furukawa^{A}53

Interplay between the Nagaoka state and the Mott state in the Hubbard model on a single cube lattice.

Shimane Univ.

Haruka Kurihara and Tetsuya Mutou

54

Effects of spatially modulated chemical potential on edge states in two-dimensional topological superconductors

Aoyama-Gakuin University

^{A}, Japan Atomic Energy Agency^{B}, and ERATO^{C}Masatomo Arii

^{A}, Masahiro Sato^{A,B,C}, and Nobuo Furukawa^{A}55

Prediction of the particle number fluctuation via the first-principles theory for superconductors II

Graduate school of science and technology, Shinshu Univ., ADMS,Hiroshima Univ., Faculty of Science, Shinshu Univ.

Eina Miki, Katsuhiko Higuchi, Masahiko Higuchi

56

Linear scaling extended Lagrangian Born-Oppenheimer molecular dynamics: Temperature-constant molecular simulation

NIMS, Osaka Univ.

^{A}, Univ. College London^{B}Teppei Suzuki, Teruo Hirakawa

^{A}, David Bowler^{B}, Tsuyoshi Miyazaki57

Time-dependent current density functional theory as the microscopic response theory to the electromagnetic field

Graduate school of science and technology, Shinshu Univ., ADMS, Hiroshima Univ.

^{A}, Faculty of science, Shinshu Univ.^{B}Y. Fujie, K. Higuchi

^{A}, H. Shimizu^{B}, M. Higuchi^{B}58

Development of a function to calculate spin-orbit interaction in first-principles calculation software xTAPP

Grad. Sch. of Information Science and Technology, Univ. Tokyo

Yoshihide Yoshimoto

59

BCS theory with singular structure DOS of lattice fermions

NTT Basic Research Laboratories

Kazuto Noda, Kensuke Inaba, and Makoto Yamashita

60

DMRG analysis for η-paring state of multi-orbital ultra cold fermionic gas

JAEA

Keita Kobayashi

#### 21th AP Room 21aAP 9:00〜11:45

##### Division 11

stochastic processes

1

Analysis of the Fiber Bundle Model with perpendicular displacement to external force

Sci. & Eng., Waseda univ.

Yuhei Yamada, Yoshihiro Yamazaki

2

Totally asymmetric simple exclusion process with Langmuir kinetics depending on the states of the neighboring sites

The University of Tokyo

Shingo Ichiki, Jun Sato, Katsuhiro Nishinari

3

Towards incompleteness of standard formalism of stochastic processes: Example of random walks with internal causation

Univ. of Aizu

Kosuke Hijikata，Ihor Lubashevsky

4

Root mean square displacement of standstill random walk

NDA Applied Physics

Takaaki Kino, Takashi Arai

5

Determinantal structures for 1D KPZ systems

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Chiba University

^{A}Tomohiro Sasamoto, Takashi Imamura

^{A}6

Exact analyses on fluctuations for the O'Connell-Yor random polymer model

Chiba Univ., Tokyo Inst. Tech.

Takashi Imamura, Tomohiro Sasamoto

7

Relaxation dynamics of the ASEP with Langmuir kinetics

RCAST, University of Tokyo

Jun Sato, Shingo Ichiki, Katsuhiro Nishinari

###### Break （10:45〜11:00)

8

Random multiplicative processes with coefficient that has spatio-temporal correlation

Shizuoka University

Satoru Morita

9

Duality-based calculations for transition probabilities in birth-death processes

Saitama Univ.

Jun Ohkubo

10

Zero-range process on one-dimensional lattices with aperiodic disorder

Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Hiroshi Miki

#### 21th BF Room 21aBF 9:15〜12:00

##### Division 12，Division 11 Joint

Glass 1

1

Dielectric study partially crystallized poly (ethylene glycol) water mixtures in the freezing and melting.

Graduate school of science and technology, Tokai University

Masahiko Miyara, Kaito Sasaki, Rio Kita, Naoki Shinyashiki, and Shin Yagihara

2

Water Confined in Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes VI

Kanagawa University, Tokyo Metropolitan University

^{A}, JST-PRESTO^{B}, NTRC-AIST^{C}Haruka Kyakuno, Mamoru Fukasawa

^{A}, Kazuyuki Matsuda,Yusuke Nakai^{A}, Yasumitsu Miyata^{A,B}, Takeshi Saito^{C}, and Yutaka Maniwa^{A}3

Liquid-Liquid transitions in core-softened potential systems: water-like anomalies of structures, thermodynamics, and dynamics.

Niigata Univ.

Saki Higuchi, Daisuke Awaji, Kang Kim

4

Vibrational excitations and thermal conductivity in glasses

LIPHY Univ. Grenoble, CEA，INAC，SPrAM

^{A}Hideyuki Mizuno, Stefano Mossa

^{A}, Jean-Louis Barrat5

Shear-thickening in colloidal suspensions

Nagoya University, Université de Montpellier

^{A}Takeshi Kawasaki, Ludovic Berthier

^{A}###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

6

Time scale in jamming transition: a numerical study

Canon Inc., YITP

^{A}Koshiro Suzuki, Hisao Hayakawa

^{A}7

Shear modulus in 3D frictional granular materials near jamming

Shimane Univ., Kyoto Univ.

Michio Otsuki, Hisao Hayakawa

8

Continuous replica symmetry breaking in a rotational glass/jamming model

Cybermedia Center, Osaka University

Hajime Yoshino

9

compression and shear response of a repulsive XYspin model in the jammed phase

School of Science, Osaka Univ., Cybermedia Center, Osaka Univ.

Kota Mitsumoto, Daiju Nakayama, Hajime Yoshino

10

Analysis of one particle's effective potential in jamming system

School of Science, Osaka Univ., Cybermedia Center, Osaka Univ.

Daiju Nakayama, Hajime Yoshino

#### 21th BQ Room 21aBQ 9:00〜12:30

##### Theoretical Particle Physics，Theoretical Nuclear Physics，Division 8，Division 11 Joint Symposium

Spontaneous symmetry breaking : Physics opened by Yoichiro Nambu and development in particle/nuclear/condensed-matter physics

1

Koji Hashimoto

2

Sinya Aoki

3

Takashi Nakatsukasa

4

Hideo Aoki

###### Break （10:40〜11:00)

5

Ryuichiro Kitano

6

Yoshimasa Hidaka

7

Masaki Oshikawa

#### 21th BR Room 21aBR 9:30〜12:00

##### Division 11

Lecture of the Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan

1

Introduction

Univ. Tokyo, Physics

Kim Hyeon-Deuk

2

Locomotion of microorganisms in low Reynolds number fluids

Kyoto U. Hakubu

Kenta Ishimoto

3

Systematic theory of Langevin equation driven by non-Gaussian noise

TIT.Sci. and Eng。

Kiyoshi Kanazawa

###### Break （10:45〜11:00)

4

Basic theories and applications to biophysics of nonequilibrium statistical mechanics

Harvard Medical School (A. Klein lab)

Kyogo Kawaguchi

5

Theory of phase reduction for oscillatory convection with infinite degrees of freedom

JAMSTEC,MAT

Yoji Kawamura

#### 21th BS Room 21aBS 9:00〜12:15

##### Division 11

network

1

Structural properties of bimodal networks with degree-degree correlation

Hokkaido University, Kochi National Institute of Technology

Shogo Mizutaka, Toshihiro Tanizawa

2

Spectral density of scale free networks VIII

Grad. Sch. of Math., Nagoya Univ.

Taro Nagao

3

Dynamics of the transverse Ising model on complex networks under the sweeping field

Univ. of Tokyo

Takuya Hatomura, Seiji Miyashita

4

Fragility of real “networks” as hypergraph

Gifu University School of Medicine

Takashi Ichinomiya

5

Spearman's rank correlation coefficient between degrees of adjacent nodes in complex networks

Dept. Appl. Phys., Hokkaido Univ.

Kousuke Yakubo, Yuka Fujiki, Shogo Mizutaka

6

Long-range degree correlations in the (u,v)-flower

Dept. Appl. Phys., Hokkaido Univ.

Yuka Fujiki, Kousuke Yakubo

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Percolation-like transitions in human mobility networks

Univ. Tokyo, Harvard Medhical School

^{A}, Ryukoku Univ.^{B}, Univ. Tokyo^{C}Naoya Fujiwara, Abhijeet R. Sonawane

^{A}, Koji Iwayama^{B}, Kazuyuki Aihara^{C}8

Sampling the social network by communication channels

RIKEN AICS, Central European University

^{A}, POSTECH^{B}, Aalto Univ^{C}Yohsuke Murase, Janos Torok

^{A}, Hang-Hyun Jo^{B}, Janos Kertesz^{A}, Kimmo Kaski^{C}9

Network centrality measure based on sensitivity analysis of the basic reproductive ratio

The Graduate University for Advanced Studies

Kenta Yashima, Akira Sasaki

10

Cancellation

11

Analysis of large degrees of freedom voids model

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, UTokyo

Takashi Ikegami

12

Cascade failures on complex networks for a path routing strategy

Department of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Kyoto University

Akito IGARASHI

#### 21th BT Room 21aBT 9:00〜12:30

##### Division 11

Quantum spin systems and miscellaneous quantum systems I

（Topological phases, etc.）

1

Localization and the topological phase of a 1D Hadamard walk with a single defect

Hokkaido University

Hideaki Obuse

2

Cancellation

3

Z

_{3}topological phase and quantized Berry phase in a spin-1 systemUniv. of Tsukuba, UC Berkeley

^{A}Toshikaze Kariyado, Takahiro Morimoto

^{A}, Yasuhiro Hatsugai4

Topological defects in the Bilinear-Biquadratic model on a triangular lattice

Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo, Faculty of Eng., Toyama Pref. Univ.

^{A}, Okinawa Inst. of Sci. and Tech.^{B}Yutaka Akagi, Hiroaki T. Ueda

^{A}, Nic Shannon^{B}5

(2+1)-dimensional topological phases from the viewpoint of (1+1)-dimensional conformal field theories

YITP

Yukihisa Imamura, Keisuke Totsuka

6

Order parameters of bond-type symmetry protected topological phases in two dimensions

ISSP

Soichiro Mohri, Masaki Oshikawa

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

U(1) symmetry-protected topological phase in an interacting bosonic lattice system

MPIPKS, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

^{A}Yohei Fuji, Yin-Chen He, Subhro Bhattacharjee

^{A}, Frank Pollmann8

A liquid-liquid transition in an extended Kitaev model by including Ising interactions

Tokyo Tech, U Tokyo

^{A}, Riken^{B}J. Nasu, J. Yoshitake, Y. Kato, Y. Kamiya, Y. Motome

9

State Space of Kitaev model

Department of Basic Science

Shinji Koshida

10

Study of successive transitions between topological phases in frustrated quantum spin chains based on entanglement spectrum

Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University

Kazuo Hida

11

Topological phases in frustrated ferromagnetic spin ladders

University of Geneva

Shunsuke C. Furuya

12

On the Marshall-Lieb-Mattis theorem

Department of Physics, Kyushu University

Kiyohide NOMURA, Takaichi ISOYAMA

13

Criticality of the Higgs mass for the bilayer Heisenberg model

Okayama university

Yoshihiro Nishiyama

#### 21th BU Room 21aBU 9:00〜12:00

##### Division 11

incompressible fluids

1

Linear instability mechanism and sufficient stability conditions of continuous stratified shear flows

Tohoku Univ., Univ. of Texas

M. Hirota, P. J. Morrison

2

Natural convection in a vertical slot with side-wall heating

Tottori Univ.

Shuhei Tsunoda, Kaoru Fujimura

3

Linear Stability Analysis of Two-dimensional Taylor-Green Vortices in a Stratified Flow

engineering department of Tohoku univ., IFS of Tohoku univ.

^{A}Shota Suzuki, Yuji Hattori

^{A}, Makoto Hirota^{A}4

Spatially-localized dynamics in Kolmogorov flow

Div. of Phys., Kyoto Univ.

Yoshiki Hiruta, Sadayoshi Toh

5

Distributions of Spherical Particles Suspended in Submilimeter Square Channel Flows

Kansai-univ.

Hiroyuki Shichi, Junji Seki, Tomoaki Itano, Masako Sugihara-Seki

6

Migration of a neutrally buoyant spherical particle suspended in square channel flows

Kansai Univ.

Hiroshi Yamashita, Takuya Yabu, Tomoaki Itano, Masako Sugihara-Seki

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Negative drag coefficient of the fluttering thin sheet in uniform flow

Sendai national college of technology

Kazutaka Nishiura and Shin-ichiro Nagahiro

^{●}8

A vortex pair motion in a higher-order asymptotic formula.

Grad. Sch. of Mathematics，Kyushu Univ.，Inst. of Mathematics for Industry，Kyushu Univ.

^{A}Ummu Habibah，Yasuhide Fukumoto

^{A}9

Mechanical analogue of a rotating flow of a strongly stratified fluid confined in an obliquely tilted ellipsoid

Kyushu univ., Kyushu univ. IMI

^{A}Yuki Miyachi, Yasuhide Fukumoto

^{A}10

Analysis of separation vortex dynamics from a wing using the single vortex approximation

Hiroshima University

Makoto Iima

11

The dependency of axisymmetric vortex sheets with surface tension on its initial configuration.

KU-Inf

Kazuki Koga, Mitsuaki Funakoshi

#### 21th AY Room 21pAY 13:45〜16:15

##### Division 11

foundation of statistical mechanics II

1

Second law of second-used heat baths

RIKEN, Nagoya Univ., National University of Singapore

Hiroyasu Tajima, Masahito Hayashi

2

Quantum Jarzynski equality of measurement-based work extraction

Dept. Phys., UTokyo, RIKEN

^{A}, IIS, UTokyo^{B}Yohei Morikuni, Hiroyasu Tajima

^{A}, Naomichi Hatano^{B}3

Extractable work from non-Gibbsian thermal states

Department of Basic Science, The University of Tokyo, Department of Applied Physics, The University of Tokyo

^{A}Kazuya Kaneko, Eiki Iyoda

^{A}, Takahiro Sagawa^{A}4

Fluctuation theorem for thermal pure quantum states

The faculty of engineering, The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Science, The University of Tokyo

^{A}Eiki Iyoda, Kazuya Kaneko

^{A}, Takahiro Sagawa5

Number of Micorstates in Quantum Nonequilibrium States

Department of Basic Science

Hideaki HAKOSHIMA, Akira SHIMIZU

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Generalization of Quantum Chernoff bound in generic many-body systems

University of Tokyo

Tomotaka Kuwahara

7

Rigorous result on the rate of energy absorption in periodically driven quantum systems

Univ. Tokyo, Keio Univ.

Takashi Mori, Tomotaka Kuwahara, and Keiji Saito

8

The possibility of heating in periodically driven integrable systems

Tokyo University, department of science

Takashi Ishii, Tomotaka Kuwahara, Takashi Mori

9

Decoherence process in time-periodically driven systems

The University of Tokyo

Tatsuhiko Shirai

#### 21th BD Room 21pBD 13:30〜15:30

##### Division 11

classical and quantum integrable systems

1

Derivations of the free energies and applications of the transformations obtained from commutation relations.

Grad. Sch. Math. Nagoya Univ.

Kazuhiko MINAMI

2

Form factor formulas of local operators in the XXZ spin chain and their application to quantum dynamics

Dept. Phys., Ochanomizu Univ.

Tetsuo Deguchi

3

Improving the convergence of unitary transform using the resolvent for supercharge

Graduate School of Information Sciences, Hiroshima City University

Seiichi Kuwata

4

Spinon excitations in integrable quantum spin chains

Department of Mathematical Informatics, The University of Tokyo

Chihiro Matsui

5

On the integrability of n dimensional Lotka-Volterra equations possessing Lie symmetries

Daido University

Kenji Imai

6

1D exclusion process and tetrahedron equation

Grad. Sch. Arts&Sci., Univ. Tokyo

^{A}, Sch. Sci., Univ. Tokyo^{B}, Dept. Sci., Osaka City Univ.^{C}Atsuo Kuniba

^{A},^{○}Shouya Maruyama^{B}, Masato Okado^{C}7

Nonlinea PDEs invariant under conformal Galilei group

Osaka Pref. Univ.

Naruhiko Aizawa, Tadanori Kato

8

GL(3,C) invariance of type B 3-fold supersymmetry

Shibaura Inst. Tech.

Toshiaki Tanaka

#### 21th BG Room 21pBG 13:40〜17:00

##### Division 7，Division 5，Division 10，Division 11 Joint Symposium

Materials Physics toward Phonon Engineering

1

Introduction: Materials Physics of Phonon Engineering

Tokyo University of Science

Takahiro Yamamoto

2

Control pf thermal transport in phononic nanocrystals

Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo

Masahiro Nomura

3

Thermal properties and anomalous thermal transport properties of carbon nanotubes

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tokyo

Shigeo Maruyama

4

Theory of anomalous thermal transport in low-dimensional systems

Department of Physics, Keio University

Keiji Saito

###### Break （15:15〜15:30)

5

Research on coherent phonon by advanced laser spectroscopy

Yokohama National University

Ikufumi Katayama

6

Rattle phonon and thermoelectric effects

Department of PHysics, Tohoku University

Katsumi Tanigaki

7

Phonon engineering and thermal management of electrical devices

Department of Electrical Engineering, Keio University

Yuji Awano

#### 21th BS Room 21pBS 13:30〜16:45

##### Division 11

Neural network I

1

Fluid timer: encoding temporal information as spatial information

Kyoto Univ.

Kohei Nakajima, Toshio Aoyagi

2

Destabilization of the mixed state in the Hopfield model by unlearning -Loading of finite number of correlation pattern and infinite number of uncorrelated pattern-

National Institute of Technology Oita-college, Nara Women’s University

^{A}Tomoyuki KIMOTO, Chinami HASHIMOTO

^{A}, Tatsuya UEZU^{A}3

Frequency characteristics of a macroscopic neural mass model constructed from a network model of spiking neurons

NICT-CiNet

^{A}, UTokyo^{B}, Osaka Univ.^{C}Hiroaki Umehara

^{A}, Masato Okada^{A,B}, Jun-nosuke Teramae^{C}, Yasushi Naruse^{A}4

Dynamics of Irregular Spontaneous Acitivity Modulated by External Input

UTokyo

^{A}, TUT^{B}, Keio Univ.^{C}, RIKEN BSI^{D}Yoshihiro Nagano

^{A}, Ryo Karakida^{A}, Norifumi Watanabe^{B}, Atsushi Aoyama^{C}, Masato Okada^{A,D}^{●}5

A New Principle to Shape Spiking Neural Networks Dynamics: Learning by Stimulation Avoidance

The Univ. of Tokyo

Lana Sinapayen，Takashi Ikegami

6

Statistical inference of coins from the bumping sound.

Dept. Physics, Kyoto University

Masahiro Furukawa, Shigeru Shinomoto

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

7

Relationship between the number of measurement and prior distribution about receptive field inference with Bayesian method

Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}，RIKEN BSI^{B}Takeshi Ideriha

^{A}，Yasuhiko Igarashi^{A}，Satoru Tokuda^{A}，Kenji Nagata^{A}，Masato Okada^{A,B}8

Sparse Simultaneous Estimation of Phase Response Curve and Spike-Triggered Average of Neurons

UTokyo, Kobe Univ., Riken

Man Arakaki, Yasuhiko Igarashi, Toshiaki Omori, Masato Okada

9

Computer experiments of simultaneous multi-task execution using chaos in a coupled three module neural network model

Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology

Ken-ichiro SOMA, Shigetoshi NARA

10

Macroscopic reliability in neural networks with noisy driving force

Oita Univ., ATR

^{A}, RIKEN BSI^{B}Hiromichi Suetani

^{A}, Keiichi Kitajo^{B}11

Controlling the emergence of event-occurrence bursts in inhomogeneous networks.

Kyoto University

Tomokatsu Onaga, Shigeru Shinomoto

12

Optimal information transmission in Hodgkin-Huxley neurons under metabolic cost constraints

The Czech Academy of Sciences, National Institute of Informatics

^{A}Lubomir Kostal, Ryota Kobayashi

^{A}#### 21th BT Room 21pBT 13:30〜17:45

##### Division 11

Quantum spin systems and miscellaneous quantum systems II, spin glass

1

Symplectic Covariance of Phase Point Operator on an Odd Latice

Fac. of Eng., Univ. of Fukui

D.Watanabe, Y.Norioka, T.Hashimoto

2

Analysis of motion of minute quantum machines

Dept. Basic Sci., Univ. Tokyo

Ryoko HATAKEYAMA, Akira SHIMIZU

3

Shortcuts to adiabaticity and KdV equation

Tokyo Tech

Kazutaka Takahashi, Manaka Okuyama

4

Fano-asymmetry of photon absorption spectrum in terms of the complex eigenvalue problem of the Hamiltonian

Department of Physical Science, Osaka Prefecture University

^{A}, Center for Complex Quantum Systems,The University of Texas at Austin^{B}, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo^{C}Taku Fukuta

^{A}, Savannah Garmon^{A}, Tomio Petrosky^{B,C}, Satoshi Tanaka^{A}5

Control of the power law decay on long time scale by external oscillating field

Osaka Prefecture University

Kenichi Noba, Savannah Garmon, Satoshi Tanaka

6

Dynamics of decoherence of a single spin coupled with a quantum spin chain

Saitama Medical University, IIT Kanpur

^{A}Sei Suzuki, Tanay Nag

^{A}, Amit Dutta^{A}###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

7

Temperature dependence and Finite size effect of ESR spectra in quantum spin systems

Univ. of Tokyo, Univ. of Groningen

^{A}, Aix-Marseille Univ.^{B}Hiroki Ikeuchi, Seiji Miyashita, Hans De Raedt

^{A}, Sylvain Bertaina^{B}8

Order of quantum phase transition in the Wajnflasz-Pick model with phase-shift transition

Dept. of Phys., Tokyo Tech, WIAS, Waseda Univ.

^{A}Yuya Seki and Shu Tanaka

^{A}9

Exact ground states of frustrated spin systems consisting of units of two spin-1/2's

Gunma Univ.，Kobe Univ.

^{A}，Osaka Prefecture Univ.^{B}，Shibaura Inst. of Tech.^{C}， Univ. of Hyogo^{D}，JAEA/SPring-8^{E}，RIKEN^{F}T. Hikihara，T. Tonegawa

^{A,B}，K. Okamoto^{C}，T. Sakai^{D,E}，T. Momoi^{F}10

Ground-State Phase Diagram of an Anisotropic S=1/2 Two-Leg Ladder with Different Leg Interactions

Kobe Univ.

^{A}, Osaka Prefecture Univ.^{B}, Gunma Univ.^{C}, Shibaura Inst. of Tech.^{D}, Univ. of Hyogo^{E},JAEA/SPring-8^{F}T. Tonegawa

^{A,B}, T. Hikihara^{C}, K. Okamoto^{D}, T. Sakai^{E,F}11

Modified spin-wave theory on fully frustrated antiferromanets―How to modify the conventional spin waves

Dept. of Phys., Hokkaido Univ.

Shoji Yamamoto and Jun Ohara

12

Infinite-size density matrix renormalization group with parallel Hida's algorithm

Meiji University

Hiroshi Ueda

13

Development of a time-dependent DMRG method using a kernel polynomial method and its application to quantum annealing

RIKEN, Tokyo Univ. of Sci.

^{A}Shigetoshi Sota, Takami Tohyama

^{A}, Seiji Yunoki（Spin glass）

14

Equilibirum Relaxation in 1D Ising Spin Glass Model with Long-Range Interactions

Shibaura Inst. of Tech.

Yusuke Tomita

15

Quantum annealing of statistical mechanical model of the prime factorization

WPI-AIMR

Chihiro Nakajima

16

Properties of the quantum phase transitions in adiabatic quantum computation of the maximum independent set problem

UTokyo

Jun Takahashi, Koji Hukushima

#### 21th BU Room 21pBU 13:30〜16:30

##### Division 11

incompressible fluids

1

Trajectory of Thermal Convection in Non-Rotating Spherical Shell

Kansai-univ.

Kohei Iida, Tomoaki Itano, Masako Sugihara-Seki

2

Application of Lattice Boltzmann Method to Numerical Study of Nonlinear Dispersive Wave

RIAM Kyushu Univ.

TSUJI Hidekazu

3

Wave Motion Generated by a Moving Pressure Disturbance in a Shallow Channel

Informatics, Kyoto Univ.

Hiroshi HAYAFUJI and Mitsuaki FUNAKOSHI

4

Closure approximation for homogeneous isotropic turbulence in the Lagrangian description

RIAM, Kyushu Univ.

Makoto OKAMURA

5

Dimension reduction method for simulation of turbulent flows using machine learning

Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka Univ.

Masaki Shimizu, Genta Kawahara

6

Interaction between turbulent fluctuations and mean flow in a vortex pair

IFS, Tohoku Univ.

Yuji Hattori

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

7

Continuous growth of droplets in cloud turbulence with updraft

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Toshiyuki Gooth, Kazuki Nagai, Kiwamu Sugiura, Takeshi Watanabe

8

Mean flow generation in rotating inhomogeneous helical turubulence

IIS

Kazuhiro INAGAKI, Nobumitsu YOKOI, Fujihiro HAMBA

9

Dependence of energy spectra on initial conditions in rotating turbulence

Kyoto Univ., Doshisha Univ.

Naoto Yokoyama, Masanori Takaoka

10

Dynamical and statistical properties of the motion of finite size particle in isotropic turbulence

Nagoya Inst. of Tech.

Naoki Ishikawa, Takeshi Watanabe, Toshiyuki Gotoh

11

Direct numerical simulation of channel turbulence over a permeable wall

Nagoya Inst. of Tech.

Akito Ojima, Takeshi Watanabe, Toshiyuki Gotoh

#### 22th BF Room 22aBF 9:15〜12:00

##### Division 12，Division 11 Joint

Glass 2

1

Structural and vibrational relaxations during glass aging

AIST Kansai, Tokyo University of Science

^{A}Hiroshi Kobayashi, Atsuo Morinaga

^{A}2

Novel view point on Strong-Fragile concept of diffusion dynamics in supercooled liquid

IMRAM Tohoku University

Junichi Kawamura, Michio Tokuyama

3

Spatial scale dependence of structural relaxation in glass-forming liquids

ISSP U. of Tokyo，NCNR NIST

^{A}Maiko Kofu, Antonio Faraone

^{A}, Madhusudan Tyagi^{A}, Michihiro Nagao^{A}, Osamu Yamamuro4

Ageing Single-File Diffusion and Lagrangian MCT

Tottori Univ., Shimane Univ.

^{A}, Osaka Univ.^{B}, Kyoto Univ.^{C}Ooshida T., M. Otsuki

^{A}, S. Goto^{B}, T. Matsumoto^{C}5

Anomalous Hydrodynamic Transport in Supercooled Liquids

Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo

Akira Furukawa

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

6

Peak of specific heat and configurational entropy of supercooled liquid

Nagoya University and Montpellier University

Misaki Ozawa, Walter Kob, Daniele Coslovich

7

Hierarchical landscape of structural glass

Nagoya Univ., Osaka Univ.

^{A}, Kyoto Univ.^{B}Harukuni Ikeda, Kunimasa Miyazaki, Hajime Yoshino

^{A}, Atushi Ikeda^{B}8

Study of attractive glass by time-convolutionless mode-coupling theory

Kyushu Sangyo Univ., Tohoku Univ.

^{A}Takayuki Narumi, Michio Tokuyama

^{A}9

Density dependence of glass-transition points in ultrasoft-potential fluids

Dept. of Phys., Nagoya Univ.

R. Miyazaki, T. Kawasaki, and K. Miyazaki

10

A new approach for estimating the density of noncrystalline substances

Ehime Univ.

Takahiro Sakagami, Kazuhiro Fuchizaki

#### 22th BJ Room 22aBJ 9:15〜9:30

##### Division 1，Division 11 Joint

Quantum electronics

（Quantum information (theory)）

2

Characterization of Correlation Polytopes in Bell test

Waseda Univ.，Shibaura Univ.

^{A}Kei Moriue，Gen Kimura

^{A}#### 22th BR Room 22aBR 9:00〜12:30

##### Division 11

electron1

1

Bulk-edge correspondence in a topological pump

Univ. of Tsukuba, Ibaraki Univ.

^{A}Y. Hatsugai, T. Fukui

^{A}2

On the periodicity of the vector wave that Cartan's supersymmetry predicts and that of the phonon in the solar cell

Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Teikyo University

^{A}, INSA Centre Val de Loire, University of Tours, France^{B}Sadataka Furui

^{A}, Serge Dos Santos^{B}3

Development of the Implicit Solvent model

Corporate Research & Development Center, Toshiba Corporation

Takayuki Tsukagoshi

4

Intersite electron correlation effects in a quasiperiodic Hubbard model

Dept. of Phys., Tokyo Tech, Huawei Technologies

^{A}Nayuta Takemori, Akihisa Koga, and Hartmut Hafermann

^{A}5

Multi-orbital Two-Particle Self-Consistent analysis for the spin fluctuation in the High T

_{c}cuprate superconductorsDept. Phys., Osaka Univ.

Daisuke Ogura, Kazuhiko Kuroki

6

GW+Bethe-Salpeter calculations on porphyrins

ISSP

Daichi Hirose, Yoshifumi Noguchi, Osamu Sugino

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Orbital susceptibility of Bloch electrons: Exact treatment as a perturbation

Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo

Masao Ogata

8

Real-time simulation of magneto-optical activity based on time-dependent density-functional theory

UT-PSC, MPI-Halle

^{A}Yasushi Shinohara, Peter Elliott

^{A}, Sangeeta Sharma^{A}, John K. Dewhurst^{A}, Eberhard K.U. Gross^{A}9

Development of Magnetic-field-containing relativistic tight-binding approximation method and revisit of the dHvA effect(II)

Hiroshima Univ., Shinshu Univ.

^{A}K. Higuchi and M. Higuchi

^{A}10

Accurate first principles calculations by the configuration interaction with antisymmetrized geminal powers

ISSP, The University of Tokyo

Wataru Uemura, Shusuke Kasamatsu, Osamu Sugino

11

Exciton analysis for CPP molecules by using first-principles GW+Bethe-Salpeter method

Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo

Yoshifumi Noguchi, Osamu Sugino

12

Numerical optimization and applications of multi-site basis funstions in large-scale DFT calculations

National Institute for Materials Science, University College London

Ayako Nakata, David R. Bowler, Tsuyoshi Miyazaki

13

A new method to calculate the one-electron energy spectrum using the fragment orbitals of the divide-and-conquer method

Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, Inst. for Solid State Phys., Univ. of Tokyo^{B}Shunsuke Yamada

^{A}, Ryosuke Akashi^{A}, Shinji Tsuneyuki^{A,B}#### 22th BS Room 22aBS 9:00〜12:15

##### Division 11

social system

1

Analysis and modeling of boom spreading in cyberspace communication

University of Tokyo, Sony CSL

^{A}, Tokyo Institute of Technology^{B}Kenta Yamada, Hideki Takayasu

^{A}, Misako Takayasu^{B}2

Cancellation

3

Connection in SNS and the friendship relation estimated by the community detection

Dept. Comp. Sci., Ochanomizu Univ.

Yoshie Otsuka, Kazue Kudo

4

Different type of attenuation law of counts of posting to social media

Tottori University

Akira Ishii

5

Individuality and Wholeness through Agent based Simulation

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo

Itsuki Doi, Takashi Ikegami

^{●}6

Mobility threshold of disease spread

RIKEN Advanced Inst. for Computational Sci.(AICS)

^{A}, JST CRESTA^{B}, Dept. of Applied Phys., The Univ. of Tokyo^{C}Shih-Chieh Wang

^{A,B}, Nobuyasu Ito^{A,B,C}###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Effects of various types of heterogeneous agents in extended Galam model of opinion dynamics

Kochi Tech

Jun Morimoto, Taksu Cheon

8

Group formation through indirect reciprocity with multi-valued reputation

Dept. of Appl. Phys., Univ. of Tokyo, JSC CREST, RIKEN AICS

S. Miyano, K. Oishi, T. Shimada, N. Ito

9

Analysis of player interaction in football games based on tracking data.

Sci. & Eng., Waseda univ., Chuo univ.

Takuma Narizuka, Ken Yamamoto, Yoshihiro Yamazaki

10

Embodied dynamics for sensing other’s presence

Univ. of Tokyo, Univ. of Tsukuba

^{A}, Hokkaido Univ.^{B}Hiroki Kojima, Mizuki Oka

^{A}, Hiroyuki Iizuka^{B}, Takashi Ikgami11

A possibility of the protest movement to Security-rlated billsーanalysis by complex systems social change model

Tohoku Univ. Life Sci.

Iciro Shimada, Tomio Koyama

^{●}12

Car driving as human intermittent control: Driving simulator experiments

Univ. of Aizu

Hiromasa Ando，

^{○}Ihor Lubashevsky#### 22th BT Room 22aBT 9:00〜12:30

##### Division 11

Neural network II + Informatical statistical mechanics I

1

Optimal learning with redundant synaptic connections

U Tokyo, RIKEN

^{A}Naoki Hiratani, Tomoki Fukai

^{A}2

Simulation of sustained activity by arcsin kernel

Tokyo Tech

Takuma Tanaka

3

Learning by Stimulation Avoidance Principle on Cultured Neuronal Cells.

The University of Tokyo, ETHZurich

^{A}, RIKEN QBiC^{B}A. Masumori, N. Maruyama, T. Mita, D. Bakkum

^{A}, U. Frey^{B}, H. Takahashi, T. Ikegami4

Cancellation

5

Geometrical Structures Embedded in High Dimensional Data Sets and Deep Learning:Analysis and Application

Graduate School of Arts and Science, UTokyo

Yhoichi Mototake, Takashi Ikegami

6

Maximum likelihood learning of Gaussian restricted Boltzmann machines based on orthogonality constraints

UTokyo GSFS

^{A}，RIKEN BSI^{B}Ryo Karakida

^{A}，Masato Okada^{A,B}，Shun-ichi Amari^{B}###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Study on role of dropout as regularizer

Grad. School Nihon Univ., Grad. School UEC, Nihon Univ. UEC

Tasuku Kondou, Satoshi Suzuki, Daisuke Saitoh, Kazuyuki Hara, Hayaru Shono

8

Supervised Learning of Two Layer Perceptron under the Existence of external Noise -- 1 Step Replica Symmetry Breaking Solution --

Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Nara Wonen's University, Faculty of Science, Nara Wonen's University

^{A}Tatsuya Uezu, Shuji Kiyokawa

^{A}9

CDMA Multiuser Modulation and Demodulation Robust to the Correlation between Data

Okayama Univ.

Toshiaki Aida

10

Inference Algorithm for Gaussian-Bernoulli Restricted Boltzmann Machine using Mean-Field Approximation

Grad. Sch. of Sci. Eng., Yamagata Univ.

Chako Takahashi, Muneki Yasuda

11

Parameter Inference in Probabilistic Model from Data: Regulating Transition Rate in Monte Carlo Method

Osaka Kyoiku University

Hirohito Kiwata

12

The existence and stability analysis of the continuous attractors of the classical XY model with associative memory type interaction

Graduate School of Nara Women's Univ.，Oita National College of Technology

^{A}Risa Yoshida，Tatsuya Uezu，Tomoyuki Kimoto

^{A}13

Bayesian spectral deconvolution estimating both noise variance and the number of peaks

The Univ. of Tokyo

Satoru Tokuda, Kenji Nagata, and Masato Okada

#### 22th BU Room 22aBU 9:00〜12:00

##### Division 11

incompressible fluids

1

Despite over 100 years of research, the transition to turbulence in pipe flow remains a mystery. Stability analysis and experiments suggest that the flow remains stable to arbitrarily large values of Reynolds number (!LaTeX$Re$). However, in practice, the flow transitions to turbulence at a finite !LaTeX$Re$ through the influence of disturbances. The "slugs" that occur for !LaTeX$Re \ge 3000$ have been the object of a large number of research studies. These slugs are finite in extent but grow in time. Thus, they appear to be undeveloped turbulence. Using Stereo PIV (SPIV) measurements, we show that the turbulence inside the slugs is fully developed.

OIST Fl. Mech. Unit, Meiji Univ. Fl. Eng. Lab

^{A}, OIST Cont. Phys. Unit^{B}Rory Cerbus, Chien-chia Liu, Pinaki Chakraborty, Jun Sakakibara

^{A}, Gustavo Gioia^{B}2

Statistical analysis of mean-flow reversal of randomly forced turbulence in a closed domain II

Dept.Phys., Kyoto Univ.

Takeshi MATSUMOTO

3

Bifurcation structure in plane Couette flow with the Smagorinsky model

Osaka Univ.

Eiichi SASAKI and Genta KAWAHARA

4

Macro dynamics of spatially-localized and fully-developed turbulent regions in 2D Kolmogorov flow

Kyoto Univ.

Sadayoshi Toh, Yoshiki Hiruta, Toshiki Teramura

5

Mathematical model for logarithmic scaling of velocity fluctuations in wall turbulence

Meteorological Research Institute

Hideaki Mouri

6

History effect on the Reynolds stress in rotating turbulent flow

I.I.S., Univ. of Tokyo

Fujihiro Hamba

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Enstrophy inertial range dynamics for forced-dissipative α-turbulence

Kobe Univ., Nagoya Inst. Tech.

^{A}Takahiro IWAYAMA, Takeshi WATANABE

^{A}8

Two-point closure for logarithmic region in wall turbulence

Univ. of Tsukuba, Aichi Inst. Tech.

Kyo Yoshida, Yukio Kaneda

9

Two-point statistics in the log-law region of wall bounded turbulence -- DNS data analysis--

Aichi Inst. Tech., Dept of Natural Science, Kobe Univ., Schhol of System Informatics

^{A}, Nagoya Univ., School of Engineering^{B}Yukio Kaneda, Koji Morishita

^{A}, Takashi Ishihara^{B}10

Theoretical derivation of the gas entrainment rate coefficient from the ideal atomizing liquid jet model

Kyushu Univ, Kyushu Univ MI

^{A}Franco-Medrano Fermin, Yasuhide Fukumoto

^{A}11

Covariance of turbulence constitutive relations

Institute of materials and system for sustainability

Taketo Ariki

#### 22th BR Room 22pBR 13:30〜15:45

##### Division 11

electron2

1

Supersymmetry breaking and Goldstone fermions in an extended Nicolai model

Department of Physics, University of Tokyo

^{A}, Kavli IPMU (U. Tokyo)^{B}Noriaki Sannomiya

^{A}, Hosho Katsura^{A}, Yu Nakayama^{B}2

Metallic ferromagnetism supported by a single band in a multi-band Hubbard model

Ariake NCT, Gakushuin Univ.

^{A}Akinori Tanaka, Hal Tasaki

^{A}3

Quantum embedding method for many-body wave function

ISSP

Airi Kawasaki, Osamu Sugino

4

Existence and uniqueness of the complete model space for a theory of steady Dirac field in a condensed matter

ES, Osaka University

Koichi Kusakabe

###### Break （14:30〜14:45)

5

Cancellation

6

First-Principles Theory of Momentum-Dependent Local Ansatz Wavefunction for Electron Correlations

Univ. of the Ryukyus

Y. Kakehashi, S. Chandra

7

Brillouin-Wigner theory for high frequency expansion in periodically driven quantum systems

Department of Physics, University of Tokyo, Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo

^{A}, RIKEN CEMS^{B}, Max Planck Institute^{C}Takahiro Mikami, Sota Kitamura, Kenji Yasuda

^{A},^{○}Naoto Tsuji^{B}, Takashi Oka^{C}, Hideo Aoki8

Lattice models with exact generalized chiral symmetry

Toho University, University of Tsukuba, University of Tokyo

Tohru Kawarabayashi, Yasuhiro Hatsugai, Hideo Aoki

#### 22th BS Room 22pBS 13:15〜16:30

##### Division 11

active matter

1

Cancellation

2

Collective motion of self-propelled particles with asymmetric interaction

Department of Information Sciences, Ochanomizu University

^{A}，School of Materials Science, JAIST^{B}Yukari Morita

^{A}，Ken Nagai^{B}，Hiroshi Kori^{A}3

Bifurcation to reciprocating motion of active particle

FIFC Kyoto Univ., Dept. of Phys. Univ. Tokyo

^{A}, Toyota Riken^{B}Mitsusuke Tarama, Takao Ohta

^{A,B}4

Collective behavior of Janus particles

AIMR, Tohoku Univ.

Natsuhiko Yoshinaga

5

Self-propelled microtubules on oil droplets

School of Materials Science, Jaist, Graduate School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, Hokkaido Univ.

^{A}, Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido Univ.^{B}Ken H. Nagai, Norihito Yabuuchi, Masaki Ito

^{A}, Akira Kakugo^{A,B}, Tsutomu Hamada6

2D Pattern formation of microtubules

UTokyo

^{A}, NICT^{B}Sakurako Tanida

^{A}, Ken'ya Furuta^{B}, Kaori Nishikawa^{A}, Hiroaki Kojima, Masaki Sano^{A}7

Traction Force in Collective Migration of Spindle-Shaped Cells

Department of Physics, The Univ. of Tokyo

Masahito Uwamichi

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

8

Cancellation

9

Oscillatory dynamic order in a self-propelled oil-droplets system on the air-water surface

School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima Univ.

Shinpei Tanaka

10

Relation between rotational frequency and the size of a Volvox cluster

Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.

Takeru Higuchi and Yoshihiro Murayama

11

Rotational motion of a somatic cell of Volvox driven by flagellar motion

Tokyo Univ. of Agri. and Tech.

Keisuke Kishida, Yoshihiro Murayama

12

Size distribution of Escherichia coli cells in concentric ring-like colonies

Chuo Univ.

Hikaru Takeuchi

#### 22th BT Room 22pBT 13:30〜16:30

##### Division 11

Informatical statistical mechanics II

1

Spherical Approximation to the Spin-Boson Model

Dept. of Phys., Tokyo Tech

Kabuki Takada

2

Inference of the ground state of spin glasses by finite-temperature decoding

Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Kohji Nishimura, Hidetoshi Nishimori

3

Anomalous behavior of the energy gap in the one-dimensional quantum XY model

Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University

^{A}Manaka Okuyama, Yuuki Yamanaka, Hidetoshi Nishimori, Marek M. Rams

^{A}4

Stochastic gradient method with accelerated Langevin dynamics

Kyoto Univ., Yamagata Univ. and Nagoya Univ.

Masayuki Ohzeki, Muneki Yasuda, and Akihisa Ichiki

5

Statistical estimation of heterogeneous reaction dynamics governing water-rock interactions

Kobe Univ.

^{A}, JAMSTEC^{B}, Tohoku Univ.^{C}, Univ. of Tokyo^{D}Toshiaki Omori

^{A}, Tatsu Kuwatani^{B}, Atsushi Okamoto^{C}, Koji Hukushima^{D}6

Entropy balances in atoms and molecules in natural selection mechanism of physical systems

Saitama Medical University

Keiichi Akama

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7

Influence of averaging on Bayesian image processing by Markov random field

Univ. Tokyo

^{A}, JSPS^{B}, RIKEN BSI^{C}Hirotaka Sakamoto

^{A}, Yoshinori Nakanishi-Ohno^{A,B}, Masato Okada^{A,C}8

A study on demosaicking methods for multispectral image

Tokyo Tech.

Junya Mizutani, Yoshiyuki Kabashima

9

Community detection using asymptotic Bayesian inference

NII, Tokyo Tech

^{A}Kohei Hayashi, Takuya Konishi,

^{○}Tatsuro Kawamoto^{A}10

Semi-analytic cross validation method for LASSO

Tokyo Tech.

Tomoyuki Obuchi,

^{○}Yoshiyuki Kabashima11

Statistical mechanical analysis on a flocks model in which interactions are defined on a sparse graph

Tokyo Tech.

Shotaro Hikita, Tomoyuki Obuchi, Yoshiyuki Kabashima

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Reaction diffusion systems

1

Pattern dynamics in a reaction diffusion system with nematic order

Department of physics, Ritsumeikan Univ.

Daichi MATSUMOTO, Hirofumi WADA

2

Dynamic instability the injection front induced by the coupling of hydrodynamics and solidification

Department of apply Physics, Tokyo University of Science, Department of Education, Aichi University of Education

^{A}S.Wagatsuma, Y.Sumino and A.Achiwa

3

Soliton-like Behavior of Chemical Waves

Fukuoka University

Fumitaka Sakamoto and Kenji Miyakawa

4

The specificity on the contact surface of the two excitable media having different characteristics

Dept of Information Sciences, Ochanomizu Univ

Miho Sako, Hiroshi Kori

5

Numerical simulation for coalescence and separation processes of two droplets in collision using Moving Particle Semi-implicit method.

Sci. and Eng., Waseda univ.

Natsuki Hatakeyama, Yoshihiro Yamazaki

6

Analysis of rough surfaces using persistent homology

Chuo Univ.

Ken Yamamoto

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7

Time delayed feedback control method for controlling stochastic processes

Rissho Univ., Tsukuba Univ.

^{A}Miki U. Kobayashi, Hiroyasu Ando

^{A}8

Mode selection rules for multi-delay systems

Kyushu Institute of Technology, Teikyo Univ.

^{A}, Kyushu Univ. RIIT^{B}Kin'ya Takahashi, Taizo Kobayashi

^{A,B}9

Dynamic stabilization by aperiodic vibration

Faculty of sicence, Ehime university

Takeshi Iizuka

10

Number distribution in beta expansion

AIST

Masanori Shiro

11

DIFF(M)-PHYSICS

Takashi Oyabu