## Program

### Division 11

##### Experimental Nuclear Physics, Theoretical Nuclear Physics, Theoretical Particle Physics, Experimental Particle Physics, Division 11

Cooperative development of high-energy heavy-ion physics and other fields

1

Introduction

KEK

Kazunori Itakura

2

Status and prospects of high-energy heavy-ion experiments

Tsukuba U.

Yosuke Watanabe

3

Chiral transport phenomena in quark-gluon plasma

RIKEN iTHES

Masaru Hongo

4

Spin connection in spintronics and hadron physics

AIMR, Tohoku U.

Mamoru Matsuo

###### Break （10:35〜10:50)

5

Light-by-light scattering in ultra-peripheral collisions

Kyushu U.

Susumu Oda

6

What we can study by collaborating with exotic hadron research activities

Science division, Nara-WU

Kenkichi Miyabayashi

7

Mystery of collective behavior in small system collisions

RIKEN

Itaru Nakagawa

8

Gauge/gravity duality and its "application"

YITP, Kyoto U.

Masanori Hanada

##### Division 11

Statistical mechanics I, quantum chaos

1

Analytical studies on excess entropy production using quantum master equation: Path dependence and BSN vector

Freelance, University of Tsukuba

Satoshi Nakajima, Yasuhiro Tokura

2

The fluctuation of exergy efficiency in quantum transport

Department of Physics Engineering, Mie Univ.

Hiroki Okada, Yasuhiro Utsumi

3

Detection of a quantum phase transition by a quantum quench

Saitama Medical University, IACS

^{A}Sei Suzuki, Asmi Haldar

^{A}, Arnab Das^{A}4

Eigenstate Thermalization Hypothesis and Degeneracy of Hamiltonian

Waseda Univ., Seikei Univ.

^{A}Satoshi Ishikawa, Takaaki Monnai

^{A}, Kazuya Yuasa5

Analytic model of thermalization through quantum emulation of classical cellular automata

Keio Univ.

Naoto Shiraishi

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6

Numerical analysis of the effective dimension in quench dynamics in one-dimensional quantum many-body systems

Department of Applied physics, The University of Tokyo

Toru Yoshizawa, Eiki Iyoda, Takahiro Sagawa

7

Interaction dependence of many-body localization in terms of level statistics

Ochanomizu Univ.

Kazue Kudo, Tetsuo Deguchi

8

General formula for von Neumann entropy of chaotic energy eigenstates

ISSP (University of Tokyo), IPMU (University of Tokyo)

^{A}Hiroyuki Fujita, Yuya O Nakagawa, Sho Sugiura, and Masataka Watanabe

^{A}9

Analysis of out-of-time-ordered correlator functions with algebraic Bethe ansatz

Dept. of Applied Phys., The Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, Dept. of Phys., Ochanomizu Univ.^{B}S. Nakamura

^{A}, E. Iyoda^{A}, T. Deguchi^{B}and T. Sagawa^{A}10

Bound on the exponential growth rate of out-of-time-ordered correlators

RIKEN CEMS

^{A}, Univ. Tokyo^{B}Naoto Tsuji

^{A}, Tomohiro Shitara^{B}, Masahito Ueda^{A,B}11

Correspondence of Lyapunov spectra of quantum systems and random matrix theory

YITP, Kyoto Univ.

^{A}, Hakubi Center, Kyoto Univ.^{B}, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder^{C}, Dept. of Phys., Kyoto Univ.Masanori Hanada

^{A,B,C},^{◯}Masaki Tezuka^{D}12

Numerical Simulation of Chiral Mode Lasing in a Two Dimensional Asymmetric Microcavity Laser

Department of Applied Physics, School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda Univ., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Science and Engineering, Kanazawa Univ.

^{A}Yuichiro Suzuki, Susumu Shinohara, Satoshi Sunada

^{A}, and Takahisa Harayama13

Long time validity of semiclassical approximation under the horseshoe condition.

Department of Physics, Tokyo Metropolitan University

Hajime Yoshino, Akira Shudo

##### Division 11, Division 12 Joint

Division 11, Division 12 Joint Biological systems 1

1

Evolution of Phenotypic Plasticity in Host-Parasite Interactions

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Naoto Nishiura, Kunihiko Kaneko

2

Evolution and Robustness of Gene Regulatory Network in Recombining Diploids

School of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tokyo

Kenji Okubo, Kunihiko Kaneko

3

Searching Possible Relationship Between Evolution and Development Using Genetic Algorithm: with Breeding-True Fitness Function

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Takahiro Kohsokabe and Kunihiko Kaneko

4

Cancellation

5

EM based algorithm to infer both phenotypic state and cell division properties from lineage information.

UTokyo IS&T, Institution of Industrial Science

^{A}So Nakashima, Yuki Sughiyama, Tetsuya J. Kobayashi

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

6

Stable pattern formation in Two-predator One-prey Systems

Dept. of Bioinformatics, Ritsumeikan University

Tatuki Wada & Seido Nagano

7

phase field model for macropinocytosis of amoeboid cells

The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

^{A}Nen Saito, Satoshi Sawai

^{A}8

Stochastic Fisher waves in a model of tissue homeostasis

Department of Applied Physics The University of Tokyo, Department of Systems Biology Harvard Medical School

^{A}Hiroki Yamaguchi, Kyogo Kawaguchi

^{A}, Allon M. Klein^{A}, Takahiro Sagawa9

A generation of gene regulatory networks with a high discrimination ability and an evaluation of its robustness against mutations.

Dept. of Phys.

^{A}, Cybermedia Center^{B}, Frontier Biosciences, Osaka Univ.^{C}S.Nagata

^{A,B}, M.Kikuchi^{B,A,C}10

A Study of the HIV-1 Extinction by the Lethal Mutagenesis

Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.

Kouji Harada

11

Critical coarsening in a toy model of bacterial populations

Sch. Sci., Tokyo Tech

Takuro Shimaya, Kazumasa A. Takeuchi

12

How rare are anomalous types in phyllotaxis?

Graduate School of Integrated Science and Technology, Shizuoka University

Takuya Okabe

13

Rheological properties of tissues by ordinary vertex and bubbly vertex models

Akita Pref. U.

Yukitaka Ishimoto

##### Division 11

Statistical mechanics of information processing 1

1

Dependence of Cross-Validation Error on Size Ratio of Training/Validation Data with respect to LASSO

Grad. Sch. Arts Sci., UTokyo

^{A}, PRESTO, JST^{B}Yoshinori Nakanishi-Ohno

^{A,B}, Koji Hukushima^{A}2

Discrimation of predictability for 3D-arrangement of atoms from electron CT

Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, PRESTO JST

Chihiro H Nakajima

3

Adaptive Thouless-Anderson-Palmer approach to quantification of uncertainty associated with LASSO

Department of Mathematical and Computing Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Takashi Takahashi, Yoshiyuki Kabashima

4

Semi-analytic bootstrapped lasso

Tokyo Tech

Yoshiyuki Kabashima, Tomoyuki Obuchi

5

Statistical Mechanical Analysis of L

_{q}-norm MinimizationNagoya Inst. of Tech.

^{A}, RIKEN AIP^{B}, Tokyo Inst. of Tech.^{C}Satoshi Takabe

^{A,B}, Tadashi Wadayama^{A}, Yoshiyuki Kabashima^{C}6

Approximate mesage passing for nonconvex sparse regularization

ISM, Aalto University

^{A}Ayaka Sakata, Yingying Xu

^{A}###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Approximate rank-1 matrix completion based on the cavity method

Tokyo Inst. of Tech.

Chihiro Noguchi, Yoshiyuki Kabashima

^{A}8

Dynamics of matrix factorization algorithm based on variational Bayes method under sparse prior

Ibaraki Univ.

Ryota Kawasumi, Koujin Takeda

9

Probability Distribution of an Image Dictionary for Compressed Sensing III

Grad. Sch. of Nat. Sci. and Tech., Okayama Univ.

Toshiaki Aida

10

Bayesian spectral decomposition for ARPES: model selection for band dispersions

MathAM-OIL, AIST, WPI-AIMR, Tohoku Univ.

^{A}, CSRN, Tohoku Univ.^{B}, Dept. Phys. Tohoku Univ.^{C}S. Tokuda, S. Souma

^{A,B}, T. Sato^{B,C}, T. Takahashi^{A,B,C}, T. Nakanishi11

Spectral decomposition using multiple data sets

Kansai Univ.

Kimiko Motonaka, Seiji Miyoshi

12

Bayesian model selection for chemical kinetics by temporal analysis of products

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences-The University of Tokyo

^{A}, Graduate School for Frontier Sciences-The University of Tokyo^{B}, JST PRESTO^{C}, National Institute for Materials Science^{D}Masafumi Abe

^{A}, Yuta Mizuno^{A}, Kentaro Itako^{B}, Yoshinori Nakanishi-Ohno^{A,C}, Takehiko Sasaki^{B}, Koji Hukushima^{A,D}13

Logical definition of information and entropy

Saitama Medical University, Physics Department

Keiichi Akama

##### Division 11

Quantum spin systems and boson systems 1, Cold atom

1

Exact solution of a mixed spin and Majorana model in one dimension

YITP, Dept. Phys., Univ. Tokyo

^{A}Yukihisa Imamura, Hosho Katsura

^{A}2

Ground state factrization and quantum-classical correspondence

RIKEN

Masuo Suzuki

3

Cluster-nonequilibrium-relaxation approach to the order of quantum phase transitions

MANA, NIMS, Shibaura Institute of Technology

^{A}Yoshihiko Nonomura, Yusuke Tomita

^{A}4

Ashkin-Teller multicritical point and universality in quamtum spin chain

Dept. Phys., Kyushu Univ.

Moriya Shunji, Nomura Kiyohide

^{A}5

Anomaly of susceptibility is spin systems

Dept Phys., Kyushu Univ.

Kiyohide NOMURA and Nobutaka AIBA

6

Ground States of Spin 1/2 Heisenberg N-mer Chains

Fukuoka Inst. Tech, Fukuoka Univ.

^{A}Isao Maruyama, Shin Miyahara

^{A}###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Revisiting tensor network algorithms for representing the ground state in the Kitaev model

ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo, Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, Dept. of Appl. Phys., Univ. of Tokyo^{B}Ryui Kaneko, Tsuyoshi Okubo

^{A}, Youhei Yamaji^{B}, Naoki Kawashima8

Scaling of polarization in one dimensional electron system

Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo

Ryohei Kobayashi, Yuya Nakagawa, Yoshiki Fukuzumi, Masaki Oshikawa

9

Response and control of localized states in one dimensional quantum spin systems

Univ. of Tokyo

Hayate Nakano and Seiji Miyashita

10

The solution of an XY spin chain with dissipation using Majorana fermions

Dept. Phys. Univ. Tokyo

Naoyuki Shibata, Hosho Katsura

11

Full diagonalization using low-rank approximation to Hamiltonian matrices and its application to quantum spin models

ITC, UTokyo

Ryo Igarashi and Akihiro Ida

12

Construction of exact ground-state wave function of many-body quantum systems with deep Boltzmann machine

ETH Zurich, Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}Giuseppe Carleo, Yusuke Nomura

^{A}, Masatoshi Imada^{A}13

Efficient Spin Flipping for Simulation of Topological Excitations

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}14

Summation of diagrammatic series for a strongly correlated fermionic theory with zero convergence radius and its combination with the quantum Monte Carlo method

Ecole Polytechnique, University of Tokyo

^{A}, Ecole Normale Superieure^{B}Riccardo Rossi,

^{◯}Takahiro Ohgoe^{A}, Kris Van Houcke^{B}, Felix Werner^{B}##### Division 8, Division 11, Division 3

Control of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems with DC Current

^{●}1

Introduction

AdSM, Hiroshima Univ.

Takashi Suzuki

^{●}2

Switching phenomena in Mott insulators and recent progress

Fac. of Engin., KIT

Fumihiko Nakamura

^{●}3

Giant diamagnetism in Ca2RuO4 induced by DC current

Grad. Sch. of Sci., Kyoto Univ.

Chanchal SOW

^{●}4

Mott semimetal model and the giant diamagnetism

MPI-PKS, Dresden

Sota Kitamura

^{●}5

Non-Hermitian Hamiltonians and non-equilibrium phenomena in strongly correlated systems

Grad. Sch. of Sci., Kyoto Univ.

Kazuaki TAKASAN

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^{●}6

Crystal structure of Ca2RuO4 under DC current revealed by neutron diffraction

MPI-FKF, Stuttgart

Bertinshaw Joel

^{●}7

Transport properties of Ca2RuO4 under DC current

Fac. of Sci. & Tech., Tokyo Univ. of Sci.

Ryuji OKAZAKI

^{●}8

Switching phenomena induced by DC current in Ca3Ru2O7

NIMS

Naoki Kikugawa

^{●}9

Summary and perspective: Non-equilibrium steady states of strongly correlated systems

Dept. of Phys., Nagoya Univ.

Ichiro Terasaki

##### Division 5, Division 1, Division 11

Subfemtosecond electron dynamics in solids revealed with ultrashort-pulsed coherent light sources

1

Introduction

Sch. Eng., Univ. Tokyo

Yasushi Shinohara

2

Ellipsometric and sub-cycle measurements in high harmonic spectroscopy of solids

ISSP, Univ. Tokyo

Nobuhisa Ishii

3

Theory for the atto-second response of solids under an intense laser field

QST

Tomohito Otobe

4

Petahertz electron drive in solid-state material

NTT

Hiroki Mashiko

###### Break （14:40〜14:55)

5

Universal optical response under laser high-electric fields and application to material sciences

ICR, Kyoto Univ.

Hideki Hirori

6

Nonequilibrium dynamics of strongly correlated systems and superconductors driven by strong electric fields

RIKEN CEMS

Naoto Tsuji

7

Sub-Optical-Cycle Electron Interferometry in Graphene

FAU Erlangen

Takuya Higuchi

8

Concluding remarks

ISSP, Univ. Tokyo

Shuntaro Tani

##### Division 5, Division 1, Division 11

Subfemtosecond electron dynamics in solids revealed with ultrashort-pulsed coherent light sources

1

Introduction

Sch. Eng., Univ. Tokyo

Yasushi Shinohara

2

Ellipsometric and sub-cycle measurements in high harmonic spectroscopy of solids

ISSP, Univ. Tokyo

Nobuhisa Ishii

3

Theory for the atto-second response of solids under an intense laser field

QST

Tomohito Otobe

4

Petahertz electron drive in solid-state material

NTT

Hiroki Mashiko

###### Break （14:40〜14:55)

5

Universal optical response under laser high-electric fields and application to material sciences

ICR, Kyoto Univ.

Hideki Hirori

6

Nonequilibrium dynamics of strongly correlated systems and superconductors driven by strong electric fields

RIKEN CEMS

Naoto Tsuji

7

Sub-Optical-Cycle Electron Interferometry in Graphene

FAU Erlangen

Takuya Higuchi

8

Concluding remarks

ISSP, Univ. Tokyo

Shuntaro Tani

##### Division 8, Division 1, Division 3, Division 4, Division 11

Kitaev spin liquids and Majorana particles: Recent progress driven by both theories and experiments, and future perspective

1

Introduction

Univ. Tokyo

Taka-hisa Arima

2

Theory of Kitaev spin liquids: toward the observation of Majorana particles

Univ. Tokyo

Yukitoshi Motome

3

Exploratory Synthesis and Characterization of Kitaev Magnets

Tohoku Univ.

Kenya Ohgushi

4

Spin-orbital quantum liquid on honeycomb lattice

MPI/Univ. Tokyo

Hidenori Takagi

###### Break （15:05〜15:20)

5

Quantized thermal Hall effect in a Kitaev spin liquid

Kyoto Univ.

Yuichi Kasahara

6

Quantum Spin Liquids as Topological Phases and Kitaev Models

Univ. Tokyo

Masaki Oshikawa

7

Realization of Kitaev models and their applications for quantum computers

Kyoto Univ.

Keisuke Fujii

##### Division 11, Division 12

Fluctuation and Structure in Non-Equilibrium Systems

1

Introduction

Department of Physics, University of Tokyo (Univ. Tokyo)

Masaki Sano

2

Theories of Fluctuations and Structures

Department of Physics, Kyoto University (Kyoto Univ.)

Shin-ichi Sasa

3

Symmetry and Fluctuations in Quantum Many-Body Systems

Department of Physics, Osaka University (Osaka Univ.)

Kensuke Kobayashi

4

Trade-Off Relation between Thermodynamic Cost and Non-Equilibrium Fluctuation

Keio University (Keio Univ.)

Keiji Saito

###### Break （15:05〜15:20)

5

Universality of KPZ Fluctuations in One-Dimensional Non-Equilibrium Systems

Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech)

Tomohiro Sasamoto

6

Negative Viscosity Induced by Electroconvection in Nematic Liquid Crystal

Faculty of Engineering, Oita University (Oita Univ.)

Tomoyuki Nagaya

7

Deciphering Cell Morphodynamics through Phase-Field Models

Department of Basic Science, University of Tokyo (Univ. Tokyo)

Satoshi Sawai

8

Protocell: Self-Reproduction of Vesicle Coupled with Synthesis of Information Polymer, and Evolution

Department of Physics, Tohoku University (Tohoku Univ.)

Masayuki Imai

##### Division 11

Reaction-diffusion systems, oscillator systems

1

Optimal mutual coupling between receptors in a model of chemotaxis

Ocha Univ.

Reina Yoshii, Hiroshi Kori

2

Two and Three-Dimensional Chemical Wave Propagation of BZ Reaction on/in Microbeads

Hiroshima Univ.

^{A}, Chiba Univ.^{B}, Florida State University^{C}Masakazu Kuze

^{A},^{◯}Hiroyuki Kitahata^{B}, Oliver Steinbock^{C}, Satoshi Nakata^{A}3

Experimental study on nonlinear behaviors of ionization waves observed in vacuum discharge

Nagasaki Univ.

Takao Fukuyama, Kazutaka Ishida

4

Estimation for interaction of crying frogs based on phase oscillator model.

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto Univ.

Horinouchi Shota

5

Correspondence between Classical XY Model and Phase Oscillator Network with the same random and frustrated interactions III

Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Nara Women’s University, National Institute of Technology Oita-College

^{A}Tatsuya UEZU, Tomoyuki KIMOTO

^{A}###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Optimization of mutual synchronization of oscillatory convection

JAMSTEC, Tokyo Tech

Yoji Kawamura, Hiroya Nakao

7

Precision of collective oscillations in complex dynamical systems with noise

RIKEN

^{A}, Fritz Haber Institute^{B}Fumito Mori

^{A}, Alexander S. Mikhailov^{B}8

Unsteady behavior of chimera states in nonlocally coupled phase oscillators

Division of Physics, Hokkaido Univ.

Yusuke Suda, Koji Okuda

9

Filter effect on time-series analysis in coupled oscillators

Ocha Univ.

Shiho Inagaki, Hiroshi Kori

10

Multioscillator model of circadian behavioral rhythms

Ocha Univ.

Saki Matsuo, Hiroshi Kori

11

Superslow relaxation in randomly coupled identical phase oscillators

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

Hiroaki Daido

12

Behavior of the simple model exhibiting phase amplitude synchronization under noise

Kyoto Univ.

Shu Kubota, Takashi Imai, Toshio Aoyagi

13

Bayesian Estimation of Phase Response Curve from Rhythmic Time Series Data

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto Univ.

Hiroki Masui, Takashi Imai, Toshio Aoyagi

14

High-precision prediction of snap-through buckling in arch structures

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University

Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Hiroshi Ohtsubo, Yoshinori Sawae

##### Division 11

Statistical mechanics of information processing 2

1

Multilevel Landau-Zener transition in transverse-field Ising model

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of Physics

Kohji Nishimura, Kazutaka Takahashi

2

Dynamics of fully connected spin systems under dissipation

Dept. of Phys., Tokyo Tech and Saitama Medical Univ.

^{A}Kabuki Takada, Sei Suzuki

^{A}, and Hidetoshi Nishimori3

Acceleration of quantum annealing by a non-uniform control of the transverse field

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Hidetoshi Nishimori, Yuki Susa, Yu Yamashiro, Masayuki Yamamoto

4

Acceleration of quantum annealing by a non-uniform control of the transverse field II

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Yuki Susa, Hidetoshi Nishimori, Yu Yamashiro, Masayuki Yamamoto

5

A method to design a Hamiltonian toward high-performance quantum annealing

WIAS, Waseda Univ. and JST PRESTO

Shu Tanaka

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Modified Metropolis-Hasting algorithm without detaild balance condition

Nagoya Univ., Tohoku Univ.

^{A}Akihisa Ichiki, Masayuki Ohzeki

^{A}7

A quantum extension of variaonal Bayes inference

Univ. of Tokyo

Hideyuki Miyahara, Yuki Sughiyama

8

Vector inference problem of sparse p-body measurement

Graduate School of Science, Osaka University, Cybermedia Center, Osaka University

^{A}Shuta Yokoi, Hajime Yoshino

^{A}9

A solution to inverse Ising problem in tree-reweighed approximation

AIST

Takashi Sano

10

Estimating the number of communities in a graph using graph neural networks

AIST

Tatsuro Kawamoto, Masashi Tsubaki

^{●}11

Partial annealing as evolution in a model ecosystem

Department of Physics, Amsterdam University and Graduate School of Informatics, Nagoya University

Tim Ritmeester, Kei Tokita

12

Statistical mechanics of constructing optimal environment using Q-state Ising model

NITGC, Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.

^{A}Yohei Saika, Masahiro Nakagawa

^{A}13

Analysis of Dropout in online learning with shallow network.

Nihon University

Kazuyuki Hara

##### Division 11

Electron systems 1

1

Development of GW + BSE Method, New Method to Calculate Photoabsorption Spectra

Dep. Phys. Yokohama Nat. Univ., Dassault Systemes Biovia

Tomoharu Isobe, Riichi Kuwahara, Kaoru Ohno

2

Time-Dependent Two-Component Density Functional Theory for Coupled Electron-Positron Dynamics

Tokyo University of Science

Yasumitsu Suzuki, Satoshi Hagiwara, and Kazuyuki Watanabe

3

Comparison of electronic properties of atoms based on coupled-cluster and self-energy functional theories

Dept. of Appl. Phys. Univ. of Tokyo

T. Kosugi, H. Nishi, Y. Furukawa, and Y. Matsushita

4

Calculation of electronic states of periodic systems through the Green’s function under coupled-cluster theory

Dept. of Appl. Phys. Univ. of Tokyo

Yoritaka Furukawa, Taichi Kosugi, Hirofumi Nishi, and Yu-ichiro Matsushita

5

Maxwell+TDDFT single-scale method for light propagation calculations at metal surfaces

Center for Computational Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Institute for Molecular Science

^{A}Shunsuke Yamada, Masashi Noda

^{A}, Katsuyuki Nobusada^{A}, Kazuhiro Yabana###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Ab initio search for new materials by USPEX: Application to hydride

Kyushu Institute of Technology, Department of Basic Sciences

Kazuma Nakamura

7

Self-energy correction term for linear-scaling NEGF method and its energy pole dependency

ISSP, UTokyo

Masahiro Fukuda, Taisuke Ozaki

8

Contour integral method for evaluating leads' self-energy matrix and its applications to first-principles electron transport calculation

Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences-University of Tsukuba, Graduate School of Syateme and Information Engineering-University of Tsukuba

^{A}, Forschungszentrum Juelich^{B}, Center for Computational Sciences-University of Tsukuba^{C}Iwase Shigeru, Futamura Yasunori

^{A}, Imakura Akira^{A}, Sakurai Tetsuya^{A}, Tsukamoto Shigeru^{B}, Ono Tomoya^{C}##### Division 3, Division 8, Division 11

Spin frustration

（Kagome lattice）

1

Large-Scale Numerical Diagonalization Study on the Kagome-Lattice Antiferromagnet and Related Systems

University of Hyogo

Hiroki Nakano

^{●}2

Non-coplanar ground states and topological magnons in tripod kagome materials

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Sci., Georgia Inst. of Tech.

^{A}, Okinawa Inst. of Sci. and Tech.^{B}, Univ. of Bordeaux^{C}Owen Benton, Zhiling Dun

^{A}, Karim Essafi^{B}, Ludovic Jaubert^{C}, Han Yan^{B}3

Magnetization plateau and supersolidity in the Heisenberg Kagome model

RIKEN, Dept. Basic Science, Univ. Tokyo

^{A}Xavier Plat, Tsutomu Momoi, Chisa Hotta

^{A}4

Low temperature properties and magnetic phase transitions of Gd3Ru4Al12 with a distorted Kagome lattice

Ins. for Mat. Res., Tohoku Univ.

^{A}, Dept. Phys., Tohoku Univ.^{B}, Dept. Appl. Phys., N. D. A.^{C}, Centr. for Low Temp. Sci., Tohoku Univ.^{D}S. Nakamura

^{A,D}, N. Kabeya^{B,D}, K. Araki^{C}, K. Katoh^{C}, A. Ochiai^{B,D}###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

5

Anisotropic magnetic excitations in Ca-kapellasite studied by

^{35}Cl NMR spectroscopyHokkaido Univ., Tohoku Univ.

^{A}Yoshihiko Ihara, Takahiko Sasaki

^{A}, Hiroyuki Yoshida6

Observation of spinon continuum in spin-1/2 kagome antiferromagnet CaCu

_{3}(OD)_{6}Cl_{2}0.6D_{2}OCROSS, Hokkaido University

^{A}, J-PARC Center^{B}Kazuki Iida, Hiroyuki Yoshida

^{A}, Naoya Noguchi^{A}, Migaku Oda^{A}, Motoyuki Ishikado, Naoki Murai^{B}, Seiko Ohira Kawamura^{B}, and Kenji Nakajima^{B}7

Structural distortions and physical properties of S=1/2 kagome lattice antiferromagnets Cs

_{2}ATi_{3}F_{12}(A^{+}=Li^{+}, Na^{+}, K^{+}, Rb^{+}, Cs^{+}, NH4^{+})Grad. Sch. of Sci., Kyoto Univ., ICR, Kyoto Univ.

^{A}, Dept. of Appl. Phys., Nagoya Univ.^{B}, ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo^{C}R. Shirakami, M. Goto

^{A}, H. Ueda, S. Kobayashi^{B}, K. Sugawara^{B}, N. Katayama^{B}, H. Sawa^{B}, A. Matsuo^{C}, K. Kindo^{C}, C. Michioka, K. Yoshimura8

Magnetism of new compounds in S=1 kagome lattice systems A

_{2}BV_{3}F_{12}(A,B：alkali metal)Dept. of Chem., Kyoto Univ.

^{A}, ICR, Kyoto Univ.^{B}, ISSP^{C}S. Imanishi

^{A}, M. Goto^{B}, H. Ueda^{A}, A. Matsuo^{C}, K. Kindo^{C}, C. Michioka^{A}, K. Yoshimura^{A}9

Effective spin model for the kagome-triangular strip system

Niigata University

Yoshitaka Onozato, Kouichi Okunishi, Kouichi Seki

10

Effects of Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interactions in volborthite

Univ. of Tokyo, RIKEN

^{A}Shunsuke Furukawa, Tsutomu Momoi

^{A}11

Magnetic Diffuse Scattering of RBaCo

_{4}O_{7}(R= Y and Lu) with Kagome and Triangular LatticesRIKEN

^{A}, KEK^{B}, ORNL^{C}, OCHANOMIZU Univ.^{D}, Tokyo Univ. of Science^{E}, ISSP^{F}Minoru Soda

^{A}, Masato Hagihala^{B}, Georg Ehlers^{C}, Feng Ye^{C}, Hazuki Furukawa^{A,D}, Katsuhiro Morita^{E}, Takami Tohyama^{E}, Takatsugu Masuda^{F}12

Synthesis of Zn

_{2}Mn_{3}O_{8}with a Hyperkagome Lattice and Physical PropertiesLab. Mater. Struct.

Suguru Kitani, Hitoshi Kawaji

##### Division 11, Division 10, Division 9, Theoretical Particle Physics, Theoretical Nuclear Physics, Cosmic Rays/Astrophysics

Joint invited talk

1

Order in disorder –persistent homology and its applications–

Advanced Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University

Yasuaki HIRAOKA

###### Break （10:15〜10:45)

2

Introduction

Kyoto Univ.

Shin-ichi Sasa

3

Development of the first-principles wave function theory for solid-state

calculations

calculations

Osaka Univ.

Masayuki Ochi

4

The maximum efficiency of heat engines from the viewpoint of

stochastic thermodynamics

stochastic thermodynamics

Keio Univ.

Naoto Shiraishi

5

Studies on collective motion of self-propelled particles through

short-range alignment interaction

short-range alignment interaction

JAIST

Ken H. Nagai

##### Division 11, Division 12 Joint

Division 12, Division 11 Joint Active matter 1

1

Collective motion in self-propelled particles and nonlinear Kramers equation

Kyushu Univ.

Hidetsugu Sakaguchi, Kazuya Ishibashi

2

Transcription driven phase separation in chromatin brush

Dep. Mat. Phys., Nagoya Univ., Inst. Lorentz. Theo. Phys., Leiden Univ.

^{A}Tetsuya Yamamoto, Helmut Schiessel

^{A}3

Illumination induced swimming motion of Janus particles in binary liquid mixtures

Kyoto University, MPI for Intelligent Systems

^{A}Takeaki Araki and Anna Maciolek

^{A}4

Numerical and Experimental Studies on Self-driven Collective Motion of Ethyl Salicylate Droplets

Gradiate School of Science, Hiroshima Univ., Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima Univ.

^{A}Hiromasa Seike, Shinpei Tanaka

^{A}, Hiraku Nishimori5

Cancellation

6

Cluster dynamics of self-propelled organic-solvent droplets: A diffusion model study

Hiroshima Univ.

Shinpei Tanaka

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Simple mechanics of crawling cells on a substrate

FIFC, Kyoto Univ., Dept. of Chem. Eng., Kyoto Univ.

^{A}Mitsusuke Tarama, Ryoichi Yamamoto

^{A}8

Frustrated active vortices in confined bacterial suspension

Dept. of Phys., Kyushu Univ.

Kazusa Beppu, Ziane Izri, Yusuke T. Maeda

9

Long-time simulation for the correlation of traveling direction of a filament driven by molecular motors

Dept. of Appl. Phys., Tohoku Univ.

Ryota Shinagawa, Kazuo Sasaki

10

Symmetry breaking of cluster positioning induced by F-actin flow inside controlled geometry

Kyushu Univ. Phys., Waseda Univ. Phys.

^{A}, Kyoto Univ. Hakubi^{B}Ryota Sakamoto, Yusuke T. Maeda, Masatoshi Tanabe

^{A}, Shin'ichi Ishiwata^{A}, Makito Miyazaki^{B}11

Swimmer-microrheology

Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Okayama Univ.

^{A}Shigeyuki Komura, Kento Yasuda, Ryuichi Okamoto

^{A}12

Collective dynamics of two three-sphere swimmers

Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Okayama Univ.

^{A}Mizuki Kuroda, Kento Yasuda, Yuto Hosaka, Ryuichi Okamoto

^{A}, Shigeyuki Komura13

Thermally driven elastic micromachines

Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Okayama Univ.

^{A}Kento Yasuda, Yuto Hosaka, Isamu Sou, Shigeyuki Komura, Ryuichi Okamoto

^{A}14

Active dimer model for molecular machines

Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Fritz Haber Inst.

^{A}Yuto Hosaka, Shigeyuki Komura, Alexander S. Mikhailov

^{A}##### Division 11

Foundations of quantum theory, and miscellaneous quantum systems

1

BTZ Black Hole in the Information Geometry

SNCT, Shibaura Institute of Tech.

^{A}Hiroaki Matsueda, Tatsuo Suzuki

^{A}2

Entanglement and Decoherence of a Two-Level System Interacting with an Environment

Yokohama National University

Kentaro Urasaki

3

The thermodynamical entropy of mixing exists only for classical and quantum theories among the regular polygon theories in GPTs

Dept. of Eng., Kyoto Univ.

Ryo Takakura, Takayuki Miyadera

4

Dykhne formula for Landau-Zener transitions in simple continuum models

Osaka Prefecture University

Yujin Dunham, Savannah Garmon

5

Quantum Time Crystal by Decoherence

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

^{A}Keiji Nakatsugawa, Toshiyuki Fujii

^{A}, Satoshi Tanda6

Mandelbrot set appearing in nonlinear complex eigenvalue problem of Hamiltonian on spontaneous emission of light

Dept. of Phys. Sci., Osaka Pref. Univ., Univ. of Texas at Austin

^{A}, IIS, Univ. of Tokyo^{B}Daisuke Kotaka, Tomio Petrosky

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

7

Quantum speed limit is not quantum

Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Institute of Physics, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University

^{A}Manaka Okuyama, Masayuki Ohzeki

^{A}8

Non-adiabatic transition Problems for three levels based on exact WKB analysis and Stokes geometry

Dept. of Phys. Tokyo Metropolitan University

Naoaki Shimada, Akira Shudo

9

Microscopic description of Optical Bistability

ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo

Tatsuhiko Shirai, Synge Todo, Seiji Miyashita

10

Theory of absorption spectrum near an exceptional point in terms of extended Jordan basis

Osaka Pref. Univ., Univ. of Texas at Austin

^{A}, Univ. of Tokyo^{B}Kazuki Kanki, Satoshi Tanaka, Tomio Petrosky

^{A,B}11

Non-Markovian effect on spin pumping

Univ. of Yamanashi, RIKEN

^{A}Kazunari Hashimoto, Gen Tatara

^{A}, Chikako Uchiyama12

Non-Markovian dynamics of energy flow

Univ. of Yamanashi

Ryuta Tezuka, Kazunari Hashimoto, Chikako Uchiyama

13

Environmental engineering for quantum energy transport

Univ. of Yamanashi, NTT BRL

^{A}, NII^{B}Chikako Uchiyama, William J. Munro, Kae Nemoto

14

Quantum Energy Transport by Environment Engineering

Univ. of Yamanashi

Shun Imazawa, Ryuta Tezuka, Kazunari Hashimoto, Chikako Uchiyama

##### Division 11

Quantum spin systems and boson systems 2

1

Exact ground states of Kitaev-type quantum spin models in two and three dimensions

Grad. School of Math. Nagoya Univ.

Kazuhiko Minami

2

Cancellation

3

Spin transport properties for the spin-1/2 XXZ chain

Tokyo Univ. Sci., Wuppertal Univ.

^{A}Kazumitsu Sakai, Andreas Kluemper

^{A}4

Ground-state phase diagram of S=1 dimer-trimer model

Dept. Phys., Univ. Tokyo, Sungkyunkwan Univ.

^{A}, ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo^{B}Hosho Katsura, Yun-tak Oh

^{A}, Hyunyong Lee^{B}, Jung Hoon Han^{A}5

Ground states of S=1 ferromagnetic-antiferromagnetic alternating Heisenberg chains with next nearest neighbour interactions.

Saitama University

Kazuo Hida

6

DMRG study on quantum phase transitions in the twisted 3-leg spin tube

Dept. of Physics, Tohoku Univ.

Takuya Ito, Chihiro Iino, Naokazu Shibata

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Spin-Wave Theory of the Multiple-Spin Exchange Model with up to Six-Spin Exchange Interactions on a Triangular Lattice

Graduate Sch. of Eng. and Sci., Univ. of the Ryukyus, Fac. of Sci., Univ. of the Ryukyus

^{A}, RIKEN^{B}Shogo Taira, Chitoshi Yasuda

^{A}, Tsutomu Momoi^{B}^{●}8

Symmetry protected critical phases of SU(N) spin chains and ’t Hooft anomaly in coset conformal field theories

Inst. for Solid State Phys.

^{A}, IPMU^{B}Yuan Yao

^{A}, HSIEH Chang-Tse^{A, B}, Masaki Oshikawa^{A}9

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

Kobe Univ.

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

^{A,B}, K. Okamoto^{C}, S. C. Furuya^{D}, T. Hikihara^{E}, T. Sakai^{F,G}10

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

Shibaura Inst. of Tech, Kobe Univ.

^{A}, Osaka Prefecture Univ.^{B}, RIKEN^{C}, Gunma Univ.^{D}, Univ. of Hyogo^{E}, QST/SPring-8^{F}K. Okamoto, T. Tonegawa

^{A,B}, S. C. Furuya^{C}, T. Hikihara^{D}, T. Sakai^{E,F}11

Berry's phase in a spin 1/2 XXZ model on an anisotropic kagome lattice

Toho University, University of Tsukuba

Tohru Kawarabayashi, Kota Ishii, Yasuhiro Hatsugai

12

Z2 Characterization for Sequential Phase Transitions of J

_{1}-J_{2}Integer Spin ChainUniv. of Tsukuba

Shota Fubasami, Yasuhiro Hatsugai

13

Susceptibility Analysis of Quantum Systems to Determine Whether the Spin Gap Exists of Not

Univ. Hyogo

^{A}, QST SPring-8^{B}Toru Sakai

^{A,B}, Hiroki Nakano^{A}14

Criticality of the AC conductivity for the bilayer Heisenberg model

Okayama University

Yoshihiro Nishiyama

##### Division 8, Division 4, Division 3, Division 1, Division 11

New developments of physics driven by topology

1

Introduction

RIKEN

Naoto Nagaosa

2

Topological viewpoint

University of Tokyo

Shun Tsuboi

3

Topological Crystalline Materials: a theoretical approach

Kyoto University

Masatoshi Sato

4

Symmetry breaking and topology in ultracold atomic gases

University of Tokyo

Masahito Ueda

###### Break （15:10〜15:25)

5

Magnetism meets topology

RIKEN

Yoshinori Tokura

6

Topological Spintronics

University of Tokyo

Yoshichika Otani

7

Exploration of Topological Electronic Materials

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Takao Sasagawa

8

Solid-state quantum computing

Keio University

Kohei M. Itoh

##### Division 11

Classical and quantum integrable systems

1

Exact Bethe quantum number and Bethe roots about XXZ chain

Institute of Phys., Komaba, Univ. of Tokyo, Dept. of Phys., Ochanomizu Univ.

^{A}Takashi Imoto, Tetsuo Deguchi

^{A}2

Generalizing conformal map based on Fourier-Legendre transform

Faculty of Information Sciences, Hiroshima City University

S. Kuwata, K. Kawaguchi, T. Yajima

3

Exact quantum numbers of the spin-1/2 XXX spin chain under the twisted boundary conditions in the two down-spin sector

Ochanomizu University, Tokyo university

Tetsuo Deguchi, Takashi Imoto

4

Affine Lie algebra symmetry of SLE local martingales

Department of Basic Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Shinji Koshida

5

“Geostrophic regimes, intermediate solitary vortices and Jovian eddies” to be revised with aspects of mathematical analysis

Univ. of Tokyo, Kitasato Univ., Tokyo Univ. of Sci., Toyama Pref. Univ.

Y. Koike, A. Nakamula, A. Nishie, N. Sawado and K. Toda

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

“Geostrophic regimes, intermediate solitary vortices and Jovian eddies” to be revised by pseudo-spectral Fourier method

Univ. of Tokyo, Kitasato Univ., Tokyo Univ. of Sci., Toyama Pref. Univ.

Y. Koike, A. Nakamura, A. Nishie, N. Sawado and K. Toda

7

Exact time evolution of the density profile in the 1-dimensional system of free fermions (Tonks-Girardeau gas)

Ochanomizu Univ.

Kayo Kinjo, Tetsuo Deguchi

8

Application of the mass-exchanging two-particle model to the soliton interaction

Univ. of Toyama

Hiroshi Kakuhata, Shougo Yamanoi

9

Spectral structure of nonlinear Schrödinger equation on a ring

Kochi University of Technology

Takaaki Nakamura, Taksu Cheon, Axel Perez-Obiol

10

Analysis of the nonequilibrium current in open double quantum-dot systems with many-electron scattering states

Kanagawa Univ., IIS, Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, Butler Univ.^{B}Akinori Nishino, Naomichi Hatano

^{A}, Gonzalo Ordonez^{B}##### Division 12, Division 11 Joint

Glassy Systems 1

1

Extracting the characteristic structure of non-crystalline solids with deep learning

AIST MathAM-OIL

Norihiro Oyama, Takenobu Nakamura

2

Energy landscape of a patchy colloidal glass: mean-field theory

Cybermedia Center and Department of Physics, Osaka University

Hajime Yoshino

3

Rotational dynamics of Janus particles in random packed state

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

Kota Mitsumoto, Hajime Yoshino

4

Rheology of Supercooled Liquids

Univ. of Tokyo

Akira Furukawa

5

Various types of reversible-irreversible transitions in particle trajectory near jamming transition

Department of Physics, Nagoya University, Department of Physics, University of Tokyo

^{A}Kentaro Nagasawa

^{A}, Kunimasa Miyazaki, Takeshi Kawasaki6

Non-equilibrium theory of dense non-Brownian suspensions: divergence of viscosities and μ-J rheology

Canon Inc., Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics

^{A}Koshiro Suzuki, Hisao Hayakawa

^{A}7

Local dynamics of five glass formers with various fragility near glass transition

Reserch Reactor Institute of Kyoto University, JASRI

^{A}Makina Saito, Ryo Masuda, Masayuki Kurokuzu, Yasuhiro Kobayashi, Shinji Kitao, Yoshitaka Yoda

^{A}, Makoto Seto###### Break （15:30〜15:45)

8

Phonon transport properties of glasses in the continuum limit

University of Tokyo

Hideyuki Mizuno, Atsushi Ikeda

9

Anomalous vibrational properties in the continuum limit of glasses

University of Tokyo

Masanari Shimada, Hideyuki Mizuno, Atsushi Ikeda

10

A theory for the Swap Monte Carlo algorithm

ENS, Tokyo Univ.

^{A}Harukuni Ikeda, Francesco Zamponi, Atsushi Ikeda

^{A}11

Equilibrium State in the Biroli-Mezard lattice glass model with an external field Ⅱ

Kanagawa University

Munetaka Sasaki

12

Partition-function zeros in a lattice glass model

Univ. of Tokyo

Koji Hukushima, Naruhiko Kameyama

13

Glass transition and slow dynamics in a lattice gas model in three spatial dimensions

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, NIMS

Yoshihiko Nishikawa and Koji Hukushima

##### Division 11, Division 12 Joint

Division 11, Division 12 Joint Biological systems 2

1

Multipotency in a network model of interacting elements

Department of Physics, Kyoto University

Hiroki Ohta

2

Persisitent homology analysis of protein folding II

Gifu University School of Medicine

Takashi Ichinomiya

3

How does the motility of an actin filament depend on the number of myosins driving it?

Tohoku Univ.

Kohei Toya, Kazuo Sasaki

4

Controlling cell fate specification system based on network structure

RIKEN, Sci. Kyoto Univ.

^{A}, Sci & Tech. Kwansei Gakuin Univ.^{B}Atsushi Mochizuki, Kenji Kobayashi

^{A}, Kazuki Maeda^{B}, Miki Tokuoka^{A}, Yutaka Satou^{A}5

Structural Bifurcation Analysis in Chemical Reaction Networks

RIKEN, National Tsing Hua University

^{A}Takashi Okada, Je-Chiang Tsai

^{A}, Atsushi Mochizuki###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Geometric gene regulation and anomalous scaling in cell-free system

Kyushu Univ., Minnesota Univ.

^{A}Ryota Sakamoto, Vincent Noireaux

^{A},^{◯}Yusuke T. Maeda7

Labor division in self-replicating template polymer system

The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Yoshiya J. Matsubara, Kunihiko Kaneko

8

The Central Dogma is no longer a dogma: Explaining the fundamental principle of molecular biology through multilevel evolution

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

Nobuto Takeuchi and Kunihiko Kaneko

9

attractor generation and elimination by reinforcement: generation of stable cell type by epigenetics.

The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Yuki Matsushita, Kunihiko Kaneko

10

Evolution of intracellular symbiosis in catalytic reaction dynamics

Dept. of Basic Science

Sakura Aoki, Kunihiko Kaneko

11

Emergence of Slow mode and Evolution of phenotype in Chemical Reaction Network

Graduate School of Arts and Science

Takuya Sato, Kunhiko Kaneko

12

A theoretical study on stable replications of fragmented ribozymes

Dept. of Basic Science, The University of Tokyo

Atsushi Kamimura, Nobuto Takeuchi, Yoshiya J. Matsubara, Kunihiko Kaneko

13

Timescale regulation by multiple modification in a biomolecule

Univ. of Tokyo

Tetsuhiro S. Hatakeyama

##### Division 11

Dynamical systems and others

1

Super high resolution time-frequency analysis with local LPC

NTT NT Labs.

Fumihiko Ishiyama

2

Relative Fisher information of electric clouds of hydrogen-like atoms

Kanagawa Univ.

Takuya Yamano

3

Geometrical discussion for chaotic structure on a finite graph

Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

Shousuke Ohmori

4

Emergence of universality and criticality associated with dynamic earthquake slip process and derivation of the critical exponent

AGU, Dept. Phys. & Math.

Takehito Suzuki

5

Dynamic stabilization by random vibration

Faculty of Science, Ehime University

Takeshi Iizuka

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Lyapunov exponent, topological entropy, Hausdorff dimension of the Henon map

Lab. of Appl. Math., Osaka City Univ.

^{A}, Dept of Math. Chime Univ.^{B}Chihiro Matsuoka

^{A}, Koichi Hiraide^{B}7

Phase transition in the singularity spectrum of an intermingled basin II

Osaka Pref. Univ.

Hiromi Ishikawa, Takehiko Horita

8

Anomalous diffusion and its transport equation

TRC, Ehime Univ.

Ryosuke Yano, Hisayasu Kuroda

9

Symplectic structure of numerical integration when applied to non-Hamilton systems

ISSP, The University of Tokyo

Hiroshi Watanabe

10

Slow relaxation to equilibrium of quasi-constrained chain-type systems

Osaka Electro-Communication Univ., Chubu Univ.

T. Yanagita, T. Konishi

11

Hyperdynamics for non-stationary states

Dept. of Phys., The Univ. of Tokyo

Ryosuke Akashi and Yuri S. Nagornov

12

Measuring Lyapunov Spectrum of Continuous-Time Globally Coupled Chaotic Systems by Time Series Analysis

Tokyo Tech

Taro Shimizu, Kazumasa A. Takeuchi

13

Data Reduction and Dynamics in Chaos with Large Degree of Freedom

Kagoshima Univ., Saga Univ.

^{A}Hiroki HATA, Masanori MAEDA, Hirotaka TOMINAGA

^{A}##### Division 11

Friction and earthquakes

^{●}1

Numerically exact formulation for Many-Body Coulomb friction

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

Dominik Krengel, Hans-Georg Matuttis

2

Effects of Boundary Conditions on Magnetic Friction and its Dimensional Crossover

Dept. Phys., Univ. Tokyo, IIS, Univ. Tokyo

Kentaro Sugimoto, Naomichi Hatano

3

Step-Flow Analysis of Burridge-Knopoff's Earthquake Model and Numerical Simulation

U. Shizuoka

Shoichi Ichinose

4

move to 25pK704-10

5

Reduction of continuous Burridge Knopoff model for understanding slow earthquake.

Tokyo Univ. Sci, ERI Univ. Tokyo

^{A}Yutaka Sumino, Takuya Saito

^{A}###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

move to 22pK702-14

7

Slow slip phenomena of the 2D spring-block model under the rate and state dependent friction law

Osaka Univ.

Jun Akutagawa, Hikaru Kawamura

8

Numerical study of the effect of inhomogeneity on slow-slip phenomena of the 1D spring-block model

Osaka Univ.

Junya Haya, Hikaru Kawamura

9

Statistical properties of the multilayer spring-block model under the rate and state dependent friction law

Osaka Univ.

Mari Nakano, Hikaru Kawamura

10

Theory of Static Friction Coefficient of Randomly Rough Surface

Dep. of Phys. & Math., Aoyama Gakuin Univ.

Hiroshi MATSUKAWA

11

Theoretical analysis of precursors in slippage of a string

Sci. & Eng., Waseda Univ.

Noriko Kawano, Yuhei Yamada, Yoshihiro Yamazaki

##### Division 11

Incompressible fluids 1

1

Topological Changes in the Navier-Stokes system delineated by Clebsch parameterization

University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences

Zensho Yoshida

2

Investigation of Richardson law via classification of particle pairs in two-dimensional turbulence

Div. Phys. Kyoto Univ.

Tatsuro Kishi, Takeshi Matsumoto, Sadayoshi Toh

3

Closure approximation for homogeneous isotropic turbulence in the Lagrangian description (Part 2)

RIAM, Kyushu Univ.

Makoto OKAMURA

4

Effects of helicity and rotation on sustainment of mean velocity profile in rotating inhomogeneous turbulence

IIS, Univ. of Tokyo

Kazuhiro Inagaki, Fujihiro Hamba

5

Asymptotic behavior of array of dynamical spatially-localized coherent structures

Div. Phys. Kyoto Univ.

Yoshiki Hiruta, Sadayoshi Toh

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Energy and helicity cascade in non-Abelian quantum turbulence

Kyoto University

^{A}, University of Tokyo^{B}, Riken^{C}Michikazu Kobayashi

^{A}, Masahito Ueda^{B,C}7

Effective energy transfer in two-dimensional turbulence on a rotating sphere

Okayama Univ., RIMS Kyoto Univ.

^{A}Kiori Obuse and Michio Yamada

^{A}8

A role of energy dissipation in rotating turbulence

Dept. Aero. Astro., Kyoto Univ., Dept. Mech. Eng., Doshisha Univ.

^{A}Naoto Yokoyama, Masanori Takaoka

^{A}9

The destruction term in the transport equation for the turbulent energy dissipation

I.I.S., Univ. of Tokyo

Fujihiro Hamba

10

Linear response theory for one point statistics in turbulent boundary layer

Aichi Inst. Tech., Univ. Yamanashi

^{A}, Nagoya Univ.^{B}Yukio Kaneda, Yoshinobu Yamamoto

^{A}, Yoshiyuki Tsuiji^{B}11

Hessian-based closure theory of passive scalar turbulence

IMaSS Nagoya Univ.

^{A}, Grad. Sch. Pure Appl. Sci. Tsukuba Univ.^{B}Taketo Ariki

^{A}, Kyo Yoshida^{B}, Katsunori Yoshimatsu^{A}##### Division 11

Statistical mechanics II, nonequilibrium fluctuation

1

Expectation parameter expression of thermodynamic length for non-equilibrium system

Nihon University, Tokyo University of Science

^{A}Hidenori Suzuki, Hashizume Yoichro

^{A}2

Thermodynamic laws of large deviation states

Riken

Hiroyasu Tajima

3

Fundamental upper bounds on the power of quantum machines

Nagoya Univ., Kyoto Univ.

^{A}Kosuke Ito, Takayuki Miyadera

^{A}4

Derivation of nonrelativistic hydrodynamics based on quantum field theory

RIKEN iTHES

Masaru Hongo

5

Large deviation property on semi-Markov processes and its application for population dynamics

Institute of Industrial Science

Yuki Sughiyama, Tetsuya J. Kobayashi

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Tensor network simulation for a dynamical aspect of a one-dimensional non-equilibrium system

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

Kenji Harada

7

Hyperuniformity of time-averaged stress fluctuations in equilibrium fluids II

Kyoto University

Masato Itami, Shin-ichi Sasa

^{●}8

Current fluctuations and transport efficiency for general Langevin systems

Kyoto Univ.

Andreas Dechant, Shin-ichi Sasa

9

Biregional KPZ Interface and Half Space Problem

Tokyo Tech

Yasufumi Ito and Kazumasa A. Takeuchi

10

Boundary condition on hydrodynamic equation: Green-Kubo formula and locality

Department of Physics, Kyoto University

Hiroyoshi Takagi and Shin-ichi Sasa

11

Difficulties on Applying Stochastic Thermodynamics to F

_{1}-ATPaseDepartment of Physics, Chuo University

Naomichi Tobita, Yohei Nakayama, Eiro Muneyuki

12

Information-thermodynamic characterization of stochastic Boolean networks

Dept. of Applied Physics, The Univ. of Tokyo

Shun Otsubo, Takahiro Sagawa

13

Size dependence of folding structure of crumpled paper

Hiroshima University, Kyushu University

^{A}, Hokkaido University^{B}Yumino Hayase, Hiizu Nakanishi

^{A}, Takahiro Sakaue^{A}, Hitoshi Aonuma^{B}, Satoshi Takahara^{B}, Schun'ichi Kaneko^{B}##### Division 11

Network and social system

1

Statistical analysis of diffusion network in true and false information

Univ. of Tsukuba, Bar-Ilan Univ.

^{A}, Sony CSL^{B}, Tokyo Tech^{C}Yukie Sano, Orr Levy

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

Statistical properties of school-size distributions III

Faculty of Education, Mie Univ.

Hiroto Kuninaka

3

Analysis of size distribution of Japanese laws based on branching structure

Univ. Ryukyus

Ken Yamamoto

4

Mean field voter model in network and data analysis of U.S. presidential election

Hirosaki Univ., Kitasato Univ.

^{A}Shintaro Mori, Fumiaki Sano

^{A}5

Cancellation

6

Optimal Strategy in a Restless Multiarmed Bandit Game

Shinshu Univ., Kitasato Univ.

^{A}, Hirosaki Univ.^{B}Kazuaki Nakayama, Ryuzo Nakamura

^{A}, Shintaro Mori^{B}###### Break （15:15〜15:30)

7

Concurrency-induced transitions in epidemic dynamics on temporal networks

Kyoto University

^{A}, University of Limerick^{B}, University of Bristol^{C}Tomokatsu Onaga

^{A,B}, James P. Gleeson^{B}, and Naoki Masuda^{C}8

Epidemic spreading with vaccination strategies on social networks 2

Department of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Kyoto University

Ryunosuke Kosumi, Akito Igarashi

9

Overlapping community detection for functional brain networks

National Institute of Informatics, Univ. College London

^{A}, Univ. of Bristol^{B}Koji Oishi, Takamitsu Watanabe

^{A}, Naoki Masuda^{B}10

Spectral density of scale free networks XI

Grad. Sch. of Math., Nagoya Univ.

Taro Nagao

11

Network representation of multivariate time series

National Institute of Technology, Kochi College, University of Hyogo

^{A}Toshihiro Tanizawa, Tomomichi Nakamura

^{A}12

A Coulomb type energy index characterizing long-range degree correlations

Dept. Appl. Phys., Hokkaido Univ.

Yuka Fujiki, Kousuke Yakubo

##### Division 11

Classical spin systems and classical frustrated systems

1

Numerical analysis of the critical universality for 2D fully-frustrated Heisenberg models by dynamical scaling method

Department of Engineering Sciences, The University of Electro-Communications

Ryogo Tobise, Yukiyasu Ozeki

2

Effect of external field on magnetic thin films with dipolar interaction

MANA, NIMS

Hisato Komatsu, Masamichi Nishino, Yoshihiko Nonomura

3

Phase Transitions for Cuboc Orders in Stacked Kagome System

Niigata University

Kouichi Seki, Kouichi Okunishi

4

A numerical simulation of structural phase transition by using a spin model

Shibaura Inst. of Tech.

Yusuke Tomita

5

Numerical diagnosis of weakly first-order phase transitions

Univ. of Tokyo, ISSP

^{A}, Boston Univ.^{B}Shumpei Iino, Satoshi Morita

^{A}, Anders W. Sandvik^{B}, Naoki Kawashima^{A}###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

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

Jikei Univ. Sch. of Med.

Katsumi Kasono

7

Estimation of Temperature of Statistical Systems by Deep Learning and its Accuracy Compared with the Theoretical Upper Limit

Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kanazawa University, National Institute of Technology, Yonago College

^{A}Ken-Ichi Aoki, Tatsuhiro Fujita, Tamao Kobayashi

^{A}, Shinnosuke Onai8

Acceleration of Markov Chain Monte Carlo method based on physical operator

Dep. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, Inst. for Solid State Physics, Univ. of Tokyo^{B}, NIMS^{C}Daiki Adachi

^{A}, Synge Todo^{A,B,C}9

Retarded trace method based on the Barkhausen effects II

Tokyo Denki University

Shuji OBATA

##### Division 11

Electron systems 2

1

Competing orders in Dirac fermions: non-Landau transition with emergent symmetry

University of Wuerzburg

Toshihiro Sato, Martin Hohenadler, Fakher F. Assaad

2

Critical Exponent of the Anderson Transition using Massively Parallel Supercomputing

Graduate School of Science, Osaka Univ.

^{A}, Division of Physics, Sophia University^{B}Keith Slevin

^{A}, Tomi Ohtsuki^{B}3

Detection of topological numbers in 1D quantum systems by the polarization operator

Dept. of Phys., Ehime Univ.

Masaaki Nakamura

4

Phase Diagrams of Three-Dimensional Random Electron Systems Using Deep Convolutional Neural Network

Physics Division, Sophia University

Tomohiro Mano, Tomi Ohtsuki

5

Weak magnetic flux expansion in the Hofstadter problem and resurgence theory

LPTENS, Rikkyo U.

^{A}Duan Zhihao, Gu Jie,

^{◯}Hatsuda Yasuyuki^{A}, Sulejmanpasic Tin###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Self-learning continuous-time Quantum Monte Carlo method

JAEA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

^{A}, Fudan University^{B}, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology^{C}Yuki Nagai, Huitao Shen

^{A}, Yang. Qi^{B}, Junwei Liu^{C}, Liang Fu^{A}7

Does non-Hermiticity demote the Anderson localization?

IIS, U. Tokyo, Ben Gurion Univ.

^{A}, Tel Aviv Univ.^{A}Naomichi Hatano, Amnon Aharony

^{A}8

Extension of Magnetic-field-containing relativistic tight-binding approximation method

Hiroshima Univ., Kathmandu Univ.

^{A}, Shinshu Univ.^{B}K. Higuchi, D. B. Hamal

^{A}and M. Higuchi^{B}##### Division 10, Division 9, Division 11

Materials data science and informatics in accelerated materials innovation

1

Opening Remarks

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto University

Isao Tanaka

2

Applications of machine learning to materials data

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto University

Atsuto Seko

3

Statistical site/element-selective spectroscopic analysis and its application to lattice defect analysis

Nagoya University

Masahiro Ohtsuka

4

Interface structure searching, structure-property relationship analysis, and spectrum interpretation using machine learning

Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo

Teruyasu Mizoguchi

###### Break （10:35〜10:50)

5

A Machine Learning Approach for Characterizing Atomic Transport

Nagoya Institute of Technology

Ichiro Takeuchi

6

Computational materials database aimed at semiconductor properties

MCES, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Yu Kumagai

7

Analysis of periodic atomic structures in grain boundaries by number theory

AIMR, Tohoku University

kinoue@wpi-aimr.tohoku.ac.jp

##### Division 11

Compressible fluids and others

1

Molecular kinetic approach to acoustic wave in compressible boundary layer flow-Ⅲ

TOKYO DENKI UNIV.

Masaaki Tsukamoto, Akira Sakurai, Reima Iwatsu

2

Extended thermodynamics for molecular relaxation processes in rarefied polyatomic gases

Kanagawa Univ., Univ. Bologna.

^{A}, Nagoya Inst. Tech.^{B}Takashi Arima, Tommaso Ruggeri

^{A}, Masaru Sugiyama^{B}3

M

^{2}expansion for effect of compressibility on Landau-Darrieus instability of a premixed flameFaculty of Mathematics Kyushu University, Institute of Mathematics for Industry

^{A}Keigo Wada, Yasuhide Fukumoto

^{A}4

Anomalous transport phenomena with time-fractional derivatives

Hamamatsu Univ. Sch. Med.

Manabu Machida

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

5

Amplitude death in thermoacoustic oscillators coupled by connecting tubes

Tohoku Univ.

Hiroaki Hyodo, Tetsushi Biwa

6

Electric Generation by Thermoacoustic Self-Excited Oscillations in a Straight Tube

Grad. Sch. of Sci. Eng., Kansai University, Fac. of Eng. Sci., Kansai University

Keisuke MINAMIGAWA, Nobumasa SUGIMOTO

7

Experiment of thermal convection using thermo-sensitive gel III

Dept. Eng., Shizuoka Univ., Sch. Eng. Sci., Meisei Univ.

^{A}Takashi Mashiko, Yoji Inoue, Ichiro Kumagai

^{A}8

Features of fingering solidification patterns formed by invasion of fluid with a different temperature 2

Nara Women's Univ.

Chika Yamanaka, So Kitsunezaki

9

Dynamics of a solidification interface made by fluid invasion

Nara Women's Univ.

So Kitsunezaki, Chika Yamanaka

10

Modelling of a freefall of sequential rigid segments

Dept. of Pure and Applied Physics, Kansai Univ.

Tomoaki Itano, Kazutomo Nakamura, Taishi Inagaki, Masako Sugihara-Seki

11

Viscoelastic continuum model and opto-genetic control for collective cell migration

Dept. of Phys. Kyushu Univ., NIBB

^{A}Tatsuya Fukuyama, Kazuhiro Aoki

^{A}, Yusuke Y. Maeda##### Division 11

Foundations of statistical mechanics 3 and stochastic processes

1

Linear response theory for liquid-gas transitions in steady heat conduction

Kyoto Univ., Ibaraki Univ.

Shin-ichi Sasa, Naoko Nakagawa

2

Nonequilibrium properties of thermodynamics for heat conducting states

Ibaraki Univ., Kyoto Univ.

^{A}Naoko Nakagawa, Shin-ichi Sasa

^{A}3

Relation between excess heat and local equilibrium entropy for a two-dimensional Lennard-Jones system under heat conduction

Department of Physics, Ibaraki University

Y. Kai, N. Nakagawa

4

Temperature-gradient-induced particle flux

TUS

Raiki Tanaka

5

Measurements of surface thermal fluctuations at atomic scales and their non-bulk behavior

Research and Education Center for Natural Sciences and Hiyoshi Department of Physics, Keio University

Kenichiro AOKI, Takahisa MITSUI

6

Analysis of correlation and response functions in a dissipation system with asymmetric interactions.

Nagoya Univ. Info., Nagoya Univ. Info. Sci.

^{A}Ryosuke Ishiwata, Reo Yaguchi

^{A}, Yuki Sugiyama###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Memory effect of circular KPZ interfaces: experiment and theory

Dept. of Phys., Tokyo Tech, ENS Paris

^{A}Kazumasa A. Takeuchi, Jacopo De Nardis

^{A}, Pierre Le Doussal^{A}^{●}8

Stationary KPZ fluctuations for the stochastic higher spin vertex model

Tokyo Inst. of Tech.

^{A}, Chiba Univ.^{B}Takashi Imamura

^{B},^{◯}Matteo Mucciconi^{A}, Sasamoto Tomohiro^{A}9

Long-time dynamics of Dunkl jump processes

Chuo University, Faculty of Science and Engineering

Sergio Andraus

10

Ergodic properties in field-induced superdiffusion

Tokyo University of Science, University of Potsdam

Takuma Akimoto, Ralf Metzler

11

Schramm Loewner evolution and 2d gravity

ISSP

Yoshiki Fukusumi

12

Interface dynamics in the 3d Ising model with heat flow Ⅱ

Dept.of Phys., Kyoto Univ.

Yusuke MASUMOTO and Shinji TAKESUE

13

Using higher-order Markov models to reveal communities in Paris after the terrorist attacks

NII, UTokyo

^{A}Takayuki Mizuno, Takaaki Ohnishi

^{A}, Tsutomu Watanabe^{A}14

Stochastic model describing sub-diffusion in a non-chaotic area-preserving map

Dept. of Phys. Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.

Kensuke Yoshida, Shingo Watanabe, Akira Shudo

##### Division 12, Division 11 Joint

Glassy Systems 2

1

Sign persistence length of transverse displacement correlation in colloidal liquids

Tottori Univ., Shimane Univ.

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

^{A}, S. Goto^{B}, T. Matsumoto^{C}2

The influence of evaporation rate and the thickness of the liquid film on pattern of the crystal

Department of Physics, TMU

Kouki Morinaga, Noriko Oikawa, Rei Kurita

3

Cooling-induced fracture in molecular glasses

Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo

Kengo Kitai, Mika Kobayashi, Hajime Tanaka

4

Water-like anomalies and liquid-liquid phase transition in core-softened potentials

Niigata Univ.

^{A}, Osaka Univ.^{B}Daiki Kato

^{A},^{◯}Kang Kim^{B}5

Analysis of translational and rotational motion decoupling in supercooled water: Characterization by hydrogen bond break

Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University

Takuma Kikutsuji, Kang Kim, Nobuyuki Matubayasi

6

Difference in hydrogen bonding structure reflected in the glass transition and dynamic fragility between alcohol and amine solutions

Naruto Univ. of Education

Yukio Terashima, Naoyuki Sugimoto, Manami Mori, Kiyoshi Takeda

7

The origin of glass transition phenomena discussed in the framework of liquid-liquid phase transition

Hiroshima Univ., Keio Univ.

^{A}Y. Kajihara, M. Inui, A. Chiba

^{A}###### Break （10:45〜11:00)

8

Investigation of Annealing effect of Thin phenol phthalein glass by using Ultra High-sensitivity DSC

KIT

Ryo Ohira, Takashi Miyazaki, Soichi Tatsumi, Haruhiko Yao, Yasuo saruyama

9

Thermal anomaly of vapor-deposited phenolphthalein glass at slightly lower than glass transition temperature II

KIT

Soichi Tatsumi, Takashi Miyazaki, Tomohiro Kayano, Ryo Ohira, Haruhiko Yao, Yasuo Saruyama

10

Dynamical variation of confined cyclohexane accompanied with liquid-liquid transition II

Kyoto Inst. Tech., Kyoto Univ.

^{A}, Tech. Univ. Munich^{B}Tomoko Mizuguchi, Soichi Tatsumi, Akino Sudo

^{A}, Yasuto Noda^{A}, Zach Evenson^{B}, Susumu Fujiwara11

Relaxation of the free energy landscape and dielectric response under temperature modulation

RISE, TDU

^{A}, KIT^{B}T. Odagaki, T. Ishida

^{A}, Y. Saruyama^{B}12

Retardation of the response of the relaxation time to quick temperature change

Kyoto Inst. Tech.

S. Aotani, S. Tatsumi, H. Yao,

^{◯}Y. Saruyama13

Detection of boson peak and fracton of protein lysozyme by terahertz time-domain spectroscopy

Univ. of Tsukuba, Univ. of Ritsumeikan

^{A}, Tokyo Inst. of Tech.^{B}Tatsuya Mori, Yue Jiang, Yasuhiro Fujii

^{A}, Suguru Kitani^{B}, Syunsuke Yoshizawa, Leona Motoji, Kentaro Shiraki, Yohei Yamamoto, Akitoshi Koreeda^{A}, Seiji Kojima14

Dynamic Heterogeneity in a high-density collection of bacteria

Tokyo Tech, Univ. Tokyo

^{A}Yujiro Furuta, Takuro Shimaya, Reiko Okura

^{A}, Yuichi Wakamoto^{A}, Kazumasa A. Takeuchi##### Division 11

Econophysics

1

The novel statistical method of parameter estimation for data shielded by a threshold, and its application to POS data.

Grad School of Tokyo Tech

^{A}, Sony CSL^{B}, IIR Tokyo Tech^{C}Gen Sakoda

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

Stock-Spin Network and External Field acting on Financial Sector

Kyoto University

Yuichi Ikeda

3

Firm growth predicted by inter-firm network structure

IIR, Tokyo Tech, Sony CSL

^{A}Jun'ichi Ozaki, Hideki Takayasu

^{A}, Misako Takayasu4

Community Structure and Shock Propagation in Interfirm Transaction Networks

Niigata Univ., Univ. of Hyogo

^{A}Yuichi Kichikawa, Takashi Iino, Hiroshi Iyetomi, Hiroyasu Inoue

^{A}5

Stochastic Time Evolution of Japanese Business Firms and Stability of Firm Size Distribution

Math Comp Sci School Comp Tokyo Tech, Sony CSL

^{A}, Tokyo Tech IIR^{B}Kobayashi Yuh, Takayasu Hideki

^{A,B}, Takayasu Misako^{B}6

Analysis of human flow from a viewpoint of physics

Tokyo Tech Computing

Yohei Shida

###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

7

Detailed mean-field analysis of a microscopic model in finance

TITech IIR

^{A}, TITech Department of Mathematical and Computing Science^{B}, Sony CSL^{C}Kiyoshi Kanazawa

^{A,B}, Takumi Sueshige^{B}, Hideki Takayasu^{A,C}, Misako Takayasu^{A,B}8

Entropy Analysis of Multiple Foreign Exchange Rate Time Series

Fukuoka Prefectural University and Professor Emeritus of Kagoshima University

^{A}Ryuji Ishizaki and Masayoshi Inoue

^{A}^{●}9

Numerical Simulation of the Market Event Scaled Relations in the Foreign Currency Market

Tokyo Inst. of Tech.

^{A}, Sony CSL^{B}Boilard Jean-Francois

^{A}, Kanazawa Kiyoshi^{A}, Takayasu Hideki^{A, B}, Takayasu Misako^{A}10

Empirical study on the random multiplicative cascade model in stock market

Department of Economics, Seijo University

Jun-ichi Maskawa

11

Mind Reading between Players Generates Stable Exploitation in Prisoner's Dilemma

Univ. of Tokyo, Dept. of Basic Science

Yuma Fujimoto, Kunihiko Kaneko

##### Division 11

Neural networks 1

1

Occurrence of itinerant dynamics in FORCE learning

Faculty of Science and Technology, Oita University, ATR, RIKEN Brain Science Institute

Hiromichi Suetani

2

Chunking sequence information by mutually-supervising reservoir computing modules

Front Sci., Univ. Tokyo, Gatsby CNU, UCL

^{A}, RIKEN BSI^{B}Toshitake Asabuki, Naoki Hiratani

^{A}, Tomoki Fukai^{B}3

Inferring the source of fluctuations in event occurrence.

Kyoto Univ. ISM

^{A}, Kyoto Univ.^{B}Kazuki Fujita, Shinsuke Koyama

^{A}, Shigeru Shinomoto^{B}4

Modeling event cascades using Poisson process networks

ISM

Shinsuke Koyama

5

Cross-frequency Oscillation in Mean Field Dynamics of Delay-coupled Modified Theta Neurons

UTokyoEng, UTokyoRCAST

^{A}, PittMath^{B}Akihiko Akao, Sho Shirasaka

^{A}, Yasuhiko Jimbo, Bard Ermentrout^{B}, Kiyoshi Kotani^{A}###### Break （10:30〜10:45)

6

The learning algorithm derived from minimizing the difference of local energy under asymmetric connections

Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University

Futa Tomita, Jun-nosuke Teramae, Naoki Wakamiya

7

A brain-type learning algorithm as fixation of training data

Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University

Jun-nosuke Teramae, Naoki Wakamiya

8

Causality analysis of the whole-brain activity data in C. elegans

Ibaraki Univ.

^{A}, Univ. of Tokyo^{B}, Kyushu Univ.^{C}, Kyushu Institute of Tech.^{D}, Kanazawa Univ.^{E}, Institute of Stat. Math.^{F}, JST, CREST^{G}Y. Iwasaki

^{A,G}, H. Sato^{B,G}, S. Oe^{C,G}, T. Teramoto^{C,G}, T. Tokunaga^{D,G}, O. Hirose^{E,G}, S. Wu^{F,G}, Y. Toyoshima^{B,G}, M.S. Jang^{B,G}, R. Yoshida^{F,G}, Y. Iino^{B,G}, T. Ishihara^{C,G}9

Random versus maximum entropy models of neural population activity

Tokyo Tech, IdV Paris

^{A}, ENS Paris^{B}Tomoyuki Obuchi, Ulisse Ferrari

^{A}, Thierry Mora^{B}10

Estimating for phase interaction between rhythms of different frequency based on phase oscillator model

Kyoto Univ.

^{A}Takayuki Onojima

^{A}, Takahiro Goto^{A}, Hiroaki Mizuhara^{A}, Toshio Aoyagi^{A}11

Inference theory for asymmetric coupling in neuronal networks

Tokyo Tech, RIKEN BSI

^{A}Yu Terada, Tomoyuki Obuchi, Takuya Isomura

^{A}, Yoshiyuki Kabashima12

Relationship between Performance and Average State Entropy of Leaky-Integrator Echo State Network

Ritsumeikan Univ. Information Science and Engineering

Hayashida Kentaro, Tsubo Yasuhiro

13

The Dynamics of Biological Neuron Model and Memristor-based Plasticity

The Univ. of Tokyo

Tomoya Tazumi, Atsushi Masumori, Takashi Ikegami

##### Division 11

Poster Session

1

The difference between quantum annealing and simulated annealing for bi-decomposition of boolean functions

Nextremer, WIAS, JST PRESTO

Hidemitsu Awai, Makoto Kubodera, Tomohiko Abe, Shu Tanaka

2

A 2-dimensional dilute ANNNI model

TBG Univ., Iwate Univ.

^{A}, Tohoku Univ.^{B}N. Suzuki, T. Shirakura

^{A}, F. Matsubara^{B}3

Successive Phase Transition in Z

_{q}modelsChiba Inst. of Tech.

Norikazu Todoroki

4

Ground states of 2-dimensional ferromagnet with dipole-dipole interactions

Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Terufumi Yokota

5

Tensor Network Renormalization for Non-uniform Classical Spin Systems

Dept. of Phys. Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, Inst. for Solid State Phys. Univ. of Tokyo^{B}Takuya Yamamoto

^{A}, Synge Todo^{A,B}6

A method of using algebraic curves in critical phenomena of lattice models II

Nara Med. Univ., Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.

^{A}Masafumi Fujimoto, Hiromi Otsuka

^{A}7

Two-phase Ferrimagnetic model with antiphase domain boundaries

Japan Electronics College

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

^{A}and S.Obata^{B}8

Exact solution of cluster model with next-nearest-neighbor interaction

National Institute of Technology, Fukui College, Grad. Sch. of Math., Nagoya University

^{A}Yuji Yanagihara, Kazuhiko Minami

^{A}9

Boundary dependence on the entanglement spectrum of 1d SPT phases

RIKEN CEMS, RIKEN AICS

^{A}, RIKEN^{B}S. Miyakoshi and S. Yunoki

^{A,B}10

Sine-square deformation and generalized momentum

Niigata University

Kouichi Okunishi

11

Dynamical DMRG study of excitation dynamics of triangular lattice antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model

RIKEN, Tokyo Univ. of Sci.

Shigetoshi Sota, Tomonori Shirakawa, Seiji Yunoki, Takami Tohyama

12

Discrete Time Crystals in open systems

Kyoto University

Mizuta Kaoru, Takasan Kazuaki, Kawakami Norio

13

Neural-Network implementation of the exchange-correlation potential: case study of a 2-body model

Dept. of Phys., the Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, ISSP^{B}Ryo Nagai

^{A}, Ryosuke Akashi^{A}, Shu Sasaki^{A}, Shinji Tsuneyuki^{A,B}14

Dynamical structure factor of the one-dimensional ionic Hubbard model II

Center for Computational Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Division of Materials Science, University of Tsukuba

Nobuya Maeshima, Yuhei Komaki, and Ken-ichi Hino

15

novel topological states of non-equilibrium systems

YITP

Takumi Bessho

16

Estimation of quantum mechanical forces of the liquid silicon and germanium by machine learning

NIMS

^{A}, U. Tokyo^{B}Ryo Tamura

^{A,B}, Jianbo Lin^{A}, Tsuyoshi Miyazaki^{A}17

Implementation of total energy decomposition by the atom for a first-principles calculation program xTAPP and its application

Grad. Schl. Info. Sci. Tech., Univ. Tokyo

Yoshihide Yoshimoto

18

Total energies beyond the GW approximation

Research Organization for Info. Sci. & Tech.

Satoshi Nakamura

19

Development of the hybrid functional in real-space DFT and its applications to atoms and molecules.

The band gap of semiconductor is one of the important factor for understanding the transport characteristics. However, the calculations based on density functional theory using LDA or GGA generally underestimate its band gap. Therefore, Hybrid functional are needed to correct the electron orbital energies. In this study, the PBE0 and HSE06 type-hybrid functional are implemented to the DFT codes using the real-space difference method (RSPACE) in 3-dimensional periodic boundary conditions. Then, the results of calculation for atoms and molecules and we discuss the comparison results between PBE0 and HSE06.

Kensuke Takagi

^{A}, Tomoya Ono^{A,B}20

Phase diagram and spin texture of spin-orbit-coupled spin-1 Bose gas

Department of Physics, Tokyo Metropolitan University

Kota Tsuchikawa, Ryohei Sakamoto, Emiko Arahata, Hiroyuki Mori

21

Spin polarization control of electron current by rotating magnetization

Univ. of Yamanashi

Yusuke Furuya, Kazunari Hashimoto, Chikako Uchiyama

22

Performance Analysis of Reservoir Computing Using Pitchfolk Bifurcation Unit

Engineering, Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, IIS^{B}, IIS^{C}Hiromasa Sakaguchi

^{A}, Kai Morino^{B}, Kazuyuki Aihara^{C}23

Community Analysis of Brand New Condominium Purchaser

Recruit Sumai Company Ltd., Niigata University

^{A}, Nihon University^{B}Yuta Arai, Hiroshi Iyetomi

^{A}, Chihiro Shimizu^{B}24

Analyze Chaos itinerancy time series using principal component analysis

Kyoto University Graduate School of Informatics

Takahiro Arai, Toshio Aoyagi

25

Quantum spatial search algorithm on the Barabasi-Albert network

TUS, Univ. Lisboa

^{A}, NII^{B}, NTT BRL^{C}Tomo Osada, Bruno Coutinho

^{A}, Yasser Omar^{A}, Kae Nemoto^{B}, William J. Munro^{B,C}, Kaoru Sanaka26

Robustness of the network structure of the model ecological system against the number of invasion species

Department of Earth and Space Science, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University

Mistumu Ikeda, Satoshi Yukawa

27

Statistical distribution on similarity of articles

CST Nihon Univ.

Wataru Souma

28

Intention signalling strategy and the third-order assessment rules in indirect reciprocity

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Iwate University

Hayato Mitome and Takayuki Shirakura

29

Power law in proceeds versus profit rates of companies

Seikei Univ.

Yusuke Yamaguchi, Tadashi Kon

30

Flow structure of Global Trade Balance Networks ; Hierarchy and Circularity

Grad Sch. Sci and Tech., Niigata Univ., Fac. of Sci., Niigata Univ.

^{A}Masatoshi Takeda, Hiroshi Iyetomi

^{A}31

Matrix factorization solution and its property by variational Bayes method under two sparse matrix priors

Ibaraki Univ.

Tomoki Tamai, Koujin Takeda

32

Development of crystal structure prediction method with evolutionary algorithm

ISIR Osaka Univ.

^{A}, MaDIS-cMI^{2}-NIMS^{B}Shin-ichi Kanehira

^{A}, Tomoki Yamashita^{B}, Tamio Oguchi^{A,B}33

Dual renormarization based on Bayes' theorem

TUS

Yoichiro Hashizume, Takashi Nakajima, Soichiro Okamura

34

Dissociation of atomic clusters arising from the competition between internal forces

Waseda Univ.

Shun Kuriki, Tomohiro Yanao

35

Spontaneous global propagation wave using simulation of firefly blinking

NIT, Ube Coll.

Takumi Yanagawa, Yuko Nagamine

36

Theoretical study on cellular polarity alignment

Dept. of Info. Sci., Ochanomizu Univ.

Kaori Sugimura, Hiroshi Kori

37

Design of feedback that inhibits synchronization transition in globally coupled oscillators

Dept. of Info. Sci., Ochanomizu Univ.

Ayumi Ozawa and Hiroshi Kori

38

Normalization of phase data via estimation of coupling functions

Kyoto Univ.

Takashi Imai, Hiroki Masui, Toshio Aoyagi

39

Motion of a camphor-driven symmetric rotor

Chiba University, Polish Academy of Science

^{A}, Tokyo University of Science^{B}Yuki Koyano, Jerzy Gorecki

^{A}, Yutaka Sumino^{B}, and Hiroyuki Kitahata40

Self-propelled liposome driven by AC electric field

Sch. Mater. Sci., JAIST

Ken H. Nagai, Akihiro Higashi, Tsutomu Hamada

41

Analytical approach of swimming microorganism near a boundary including experimental result

Grad. Sch. of Sci. Kyoto Univ.

T. Ohmura

42

Negative chemotaxis of nonliving self-propelled particle

Senshu Univ., Meiji Univ.

Kenta Odagiri, Nobuhiko J. Suematsu, Yuko Hamano, Yumihiko S. Ikura, Kota Ikeda

43

Mathematical model of a droplet motion associated with the Marangoni flow induced by local heating

Chiba Univ.

^{A}, Tohoku Univ.^{B}, Kyoto Univ.^{C}Fumi Takabatake

^{A}, Hiroyuki Kitahata^{A}, Natsuhiko Yoshinaga^{B}, Masatoshi Ichikawa^{C}^{●}44

Theoretical study of periodically driven, bath coupled electronic system with Coulomb interaction: Towards open quantum system Floquet DFT

Dept. of Phys., The Univ. of Tokyo

^{A}, ISSP, The Univ. of Tokyo^{B}Cristian M. Le

^{A}, Ryosuke Akashi^{A}, Shinji Tsuneyuki^{A, B}45

Reduction of the degrees of freedom of dynamical systems by using machine learning

Toho University

Tomoaki Nogawa

46

Chaotic motion of Mexican hat type potential excitation system

Faculty of Medicine, Saga Univ.

Hirotaka Tominaga

47

Analysis of a Coupled Map Lattice Model for the Dynamic Pattern Formation of Astronomical Objects III

Dept. of Phys. Ochanomizu Univ.

E. Nozawa

48

Reduction of diffusivity for poly-disperse Brownian particles

Naruto Univ.

Tomoshige MIYAGUCHI

49

Study on Two Dimensional Soft Rotary Engine Models: transition states and rate law.

Grad. Schl. of Informatics, Kyoto Univ.

TUTU Hiroki

50

Distributions of empirical waiting times in 1D ASEP: dependence upon a waiting time distribution (part 2)

CNC, Saga Univ.

Yasuhiro Hieida

51

Study on multilevel stochastic resonance on multistable systems

TUS

Masahiro Hori, Yoichiro Hashizume, Takashi Nakajima, Soichiro Okamura

52

Percolation of bent needles

Dept. of Physics, Kyushu Univ.

K.Tokimatsu and J.Matsui

53

Desiccation Crack Patterns Based on a Phase-Field Modeling and Their Statistical Properties

ERI, Univ. of Tokyo / Grad. School of Sci., Osaka Univ.

^{A}Shin-ichi Ito, Satoshi Yukawa

^{A}54

Relationship between force chain and internal structure in powder

Dept. of Physics, Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.

Ryoma Okiyama, Noriko Oikawa, and Kurita Rei

55

Temperature Gradient in Non-equilibrium steady state of non-uniform 1D Quantum Spin Chain

YITP, Kyoto U.

Shigeo Hakkaku, Yu Watanabe, Hisao Hayakawa

56

Instability of the solid-liquid interface induced by steady flow

Department of Physics, Kyoto University

Mao Hiraizumi and Shin-ichi Sasa

57

The generalized second law based on information geometry

Dept. Math. Sci., Ibaraki University

Tomomi Nakamura, Hiroshi Hasegawa

58

Nonequilibrium fluctuation of radiation system

Shizuoka Univ.

Tatsuro Yuge

59

Excess heat measurement in entrainment transition for a globally coupled nonlinear oscillators

Department of Physics, Ibaraki University

A. Ayano, N. Naoko

60

Coarse graining of a numerically obtained directional Brownian motion.

Ibaraki University, Graduate School of Science and Engineering

Seya Atsumasa

61

Fluctuation of a two-dimensional double chain system under frequent cutting and bonding

Department of Physics, Ibaraki University

R. Matsumoto, N. Nakagawa

62

Space structure when the non-equilibrium fluctuation produce in a crowded environment Model experiment with vibration plate

Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences, Doshisha Univ.

Yasuo Fueki, Satoshi Takatori, Mako Yamada, Kenichi Yoshikawa

63

New toy model to derive power laws

Ochanomizu University

Megumi Koshiishi, Tohru Tashiro, Tetsuo Deguchi

64

Bifurcation angle distribution in a drainage network and analysis based on the DLA model.

Graduate School of Science, Osaka University

Satoshi Yukawa, Atsushi Toriumi, Kei Takaya, and Takeru Watanabe

65

Branched pattern generated by dropping potion coffee

Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences, Doshisha Univ.

Hikari Baba, Satoshi Takatori, Kenichi Yoshikawa

66

Rayleigh-Taylor instability in a viscoelasticity.

Dept. of Phys., Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.

K. U. Kobayashi and R. Kurita.

67

Molecular Dynamics Study of Cavitation

ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo

Yuta Asano, Hiroshi Watanabe, Hiroshi Noguchi

68

Distribution of spherical particles suspended in square duct flows of a surfactant aqueous solution

Kansai Univ., Osaka Univ.

Yuto Nakagawa, Airi Kubo, Saki Nakayama, Tomoaki Itano, Masako Sugihara-Seki

69

An effective model for the tidal evolution of the Earth-Moon system

University of Yamanashi

Natsuki Uchida, Hiroyuki Shima

##### Division 11

Incompressible fluids 2

1

Contribution of attached eddies to two-point statistics in a wall-bounded turbulent flow

MRI

Yoshinori Mizuno, Toshimasa Yagi, Kazuyasu Mori

2

Laminar-turbulent transition in precessing spheroids

Osaka Univ.

S. Goto, Y. Horimoto, A. Katayama, K. Komoda

3

Lyapunov analysis for multiple minimal plane Couette turbulence

RIMS

Ishikawa Toshio, Takehiro Shin-ichi, Yamada Michio

4

move to 25aK601-11

5

Control of separation vortex from a body in a uniform flow

Hiroshima University

Makoto Iima

###### Break （15:00〜15:15)

6

Analysis of turbulence in a one-dimensional gravitational equation with negative cosmological constant

Dep. Phys. Kyoto Univ.

Takeshi Matsumoto

7

Mechanism of Strato-Hyperbolic Instability

IFS, Tohoku Univ.

Y. Hattori, S. Suzuki, M. Khandelwal, M. Hirota

^{●}8

Frictional effect on fluid velocity discontinuity in shallow water

Grad. Sch. of Mathematics, Kyushu Univ., Dept. of Mathematics, Zhejiang Normal Univ.

^{A}, Inst. of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu Univ.^{B}Thi Thai Le, Liangbing Jin

^{A}, Yasuhide Fukumoto^{B}9

Relation between external force and energy transfer in elastic wave turbulence

Dept. Mech. Eng., Doshisha Univ., Dept. Aero. Astro., Kyoto Univ.

^{A}Masanori Takaoka, Naoto Yokoyama

^{A}10

Spectrum in the strong turbulence region of the quantum fluid turbulence

Univ. Tsukuba, Nagoya Univ., NIFS

Kyo Yoshida, Yoshiyuki Tsuji, Hideaki Miura

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Division 12, Division 11 Joint Active matter 2

1

Effect of the difference in cell number on phototaxis of green algae

Tokyo Univ. Agri. and Tech.

Keisuke Yamada, Yoshihiro Murayama

2

Theory on chemotactic migration of eukaryotic cells

Univ. Tokyo

Tetsuya Hiraiwa

3

Volume exclusion effects in collective motion of microtubules gliding on kinesin bed

Univ. of Tokyo

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

^{A}, Ken'ya Furuta^{B}, Kaori Nisikawa^{A}, Tetsuya Hiraiwa^{A}, Hiroaki Kojima^{B}, Kazuhiro Oiwa^{B}, Masaki Sano^{A}4

Nematic order and topological defects appearing in the collective motion of neurals stem cells.

Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo

Masahito Uwamichi

5

Statistical Properties of Collective Motion of Asymmetric Self-Propelled Particles under an AC Electric Field

Dept. of Phys. Univ. Tokyo, CEA Saclay

^{A}Junichiro Iwasawa, Daiki Nishiguchi

^{A}, Masaki Sano6

A study of the materialization phenomenon that occurs from non-existence “Amanotobirabiraki” and the emergence of material “Shinseisyutugenbutu”

ATB Research Institute

Hiroyuki Matsubara, Yoshihiko Ozawa

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Neural networks 2

1

move to 25pK703-6

2

Macroscopic theory of the Fisher information matrix in random deep neural networks

AIST, RIKEN BSI

Ryo Karakida, Shotaro Akaho, Shun-ichi Amari

3

Dynamics of Recognition-Generation Loop and Internal Representations in Deep Generative Models

GSFS UTokyo

^{A}, RIKEN BSI^{B}, AIST AIRC^{C}, JSPS Research Fellowship^{D}Yoshihiro Nagano

^{A,D}, Ryo Karakida^{C,D}, Masato Okada^{A,B,C}4

Conserved quantity estimation from manifold structure captured by deep neural networks

Univ. of Tokyo

Yoh-ichi Mototake

5

Characteristics analysis of Q-network as agent in repeated Rock-Paper-Scissors game.

Kogakuin Univ.

Takashi Kera and Takashi Takekawa

6

move to 22pK703-13

##### Division 11

Granular systems and traffic flows

1

Shear-banding and non-local flow behavior of the Kolmogorov flows of soft particles

AIMR Tohoku Univ., TU Delft

^{A}Kuniyasu Saitoh, Brian P. Tighe

^{A}2

Rheology of the glued-spheres particle

Shimane Univ.

Kazuhisa Inata, Michio Otsuki

3

Experimental study on compaction property of vibrated powders－The effect of cohesion

Kobe University

Tomomi Omura, Akiko M. Nakamura

4

Intermittent phenomena in quasi-two-dimensional hourglass

Ochanomizu Univ.

Nanami Takano and Ko Okumura

5

Flow rate dependence of the orientational order in desiccation cracking

University of Yamanashi

Yuri Akiba, Hiroyuki Shima

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6

Dynamics of air flow in a granular medium

Ochanomizu University

Yumi Inoue, Ko Okumura

7

Drag Law of Three Dimensional Granular Fluids II

ERI, Univ. Tokyo, YITP, Kyoto Univ.

^{A}Satoshi Takada and Hisao Hayakawa

^{A}8

The interaction between two intruders in the flow of small disk

Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University, YITP, Kyoto University

^{A}Takahiro Tanabe, Hiraku Nishimori, Hisao Hayakawa

9

Theory of effective attractive interaction between two intruders in nonequilibrium systems: granular systems as an example

YITP

Hisao Hayakawa

10

Meso-scale tribological SPH simulation including plastic deformation and wear

Tokyo City Univ., Univ. of Hyogo

Natsuko N SUGIMURA, Le Van SANG, Yuji MIHARA, Hitoshi WASHIZU