Division 3，Division 4，Division 7，Division 8，Division 11，Division 12

Combination of Neural networks and quantum・spin・AI

- 1
- Introduction
- Aoyama Gakuin Univ. EE
- Junji Haruyama
- 2
- Spintronics for artificial neural network
- Tohoku Univ., RIEC
- Shunsuke Fukami
- 3
- Low-consumption spin device using topological materials
- Tohoku Univ., IMR
- Kentaro Nomura
- 4
- Quantum Control by Reinforcement Learning
- Univ. Tokyo, Dept. Phys.
- Masahito Ueda

Break （10:35〜10:45)

- 5
- Neural network hardware and spin-wave reservoir computing
- Univ. Tokyo, Dept. EE&IS
- Akira Hirose
- 6
- Dynamics of Physical Reservoir Computing
- IBM Research - Tokyo
- Toshiyuki Yamane
- 7
- Fundamental Technologies for Neuromimetic Computing Hardware
- Univ. Tokyo, IIS
- Takashi Kohno
- 8
- Summary
- Univ. Tokyo, IRCN
- Kazuyuki Aihara

- 1
- Non-Affine Displacements Below Jamming under Athermal Quasi-Static Compression
- Tokyo Univ.
- Harukuni Ikeda, Koji Hukushima
- 2
- The relationship between the change in Jamming transition density and the structure depending on preparation protocol of the initial configuration
- Dep. of Phys. Nagoya Univ.
- Hiromichi Matsuyama, Takeshi Kawasaki, Kunimasa Miyazaki
- 3
- Vibrational properties of binary mixtures of jammed particles with large size dispersity
- Graduate School of Arts and Science, University of Tokyo
- Yusuke Hara, Hideyuki Mizuno and Atsushi Ikeda
- 4
- Size distribution dependence of relaxation dynamics in a foam
- Department of Physics, Tokyo Metropolitan university
- Naoya Yanagisawa, Rei Kurita
- 5
- Decoupled glass transition and jamming in a hard-core p-spin model with multiple degrees of freedom
- Cybermedia Center, Osaka Univ.
- Hajime Yoshino

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 6
- Hyperuniformity in athermal colloidal suspensions under cyclic shear deformation
- Nagoya Univ.
- M.Toyoda, K.Miyazaki, T.Kawasaki
- 7
- Anomalous shear modulus and loop trajectories of dense particles under oscillatory shear
- Osaka Univ., Kyoto Univ.
- Michio Otsuki, Hisao Hayakawa
- 8
- Fragility of glass-forming liquid and scaling by boson peak
- Graduated School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Graduated School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
^{A} - Shota Daimon, Hideyuki Mizuno
^{A}, Kang Kim, Nobuyuki Matubayasi ^{●}9- Low energy excitations of vapor-deposited glassy carbon disulfide
- ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo, J-PARC, JAEA
^{A}, Sumitomo Rubber Ind. Ltd.^{B} - Xuejun Wu, Hiroshi Akiba, Yuki Mizuno, Maiko Kofu
^{A}, Tatsuya Kikuchi^{B}, Seiko Kawamura^{A}, Kenji Nakajima^{A}, Osamu Yamamuro - 10
- Terahertz band spectroscopic study on the infrared light vibrational coupling coefficient of polymethylmethacrylate
- Univ. of Tsukuba, Ritsumeikan Univ.
^{A}, Tokyo Tech^{B}, Hallym Univ.^{C} - Shin Nakagawa, Yasuhiro Fujii
^{A}, Suguru Kitani^{B}, Hitoshi Kawaji^{B}, Akitoshi Koreeda^{A}, Soo Han Oh, Jae-Hyeon Ko^{C}, Yohei Yamamoto, Tatsuya Mori - 11
- Vibrational Density of States Analysis of Ring Polymer Glass
- Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Graduate School of Arts and Science, Tokyo University
- Shota Goto, Hideyuki Mizuno, Kang Kim, Nobuyuki Matubayasi

- 1
- Generalization of Deterministic Model of Fractal Scale-Free Networks
- Dept. Appl. Phys., Hokkaido Univ.
- Y. Fujiki, K. Yakubo
- 2
- Cascading behavior of the extended Watts model on networks Ⅱ
- Ibaraki Univ.
- Shinji NIshioka, Takehisa Hasegawa
- 3
- Analysis by the recurrence formula of percolation transitions in NCO models on complex networks
- Division of Physics, Hokkaido Univ.
- Riki Hikita, Koji Nemoto
- 4
- Revisiting percolation on degree-correlated networks
- Jaist, Ibaraki Univ.
- Shogo Mizutaka, Takehisa Hasegawa
- 5
- Numerical Estimation of Critical Exponents for Explosive Percolation
- Dept. of Engineering Sciences, Univ. of Electro-Communications
- Kenta Hagiwara, Yukiyasu Ozeki
- 6
- Diagrammatic expansion of transfer entropy in Boolean networks
- Kyushu U., RIKEN
^{A} - Fumito Mori, Takashi Okada
^{A}

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- Analysis of non-Markovian Sinitsyn-Nemenman model with non-negative probabilities
- YITP, Kyoto Univ.
- Ville M. M. Paasonen, Hisao Hayakawa
- 8
- Field theoretical approach to non-Markovian and non-linear Hawkes processes
- University of Tsukuba, Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems
^{A}, JST PRESTO^{B}, ETH Zurich^{C}, SUSTech^{D} - Kiyoshi Kanazawa
^{A,B}, Didier Sornette^{C,D} - 9
- Negative sign problem and numerical methods on dual stochastic processes
- Saitama Univ., JST PREST
- Jun Ohkubo
- 10
- The research on first-order phase transitions with various volumes and cooling rates using a Phase-field simulation method
- Univ. Tokyo
^{A}, RIKEN CEMS^{B} - Yo Nishizawa
^{A}, Hiroshi Oike^{A}, Fumitaka Kagawa^{A,B} - 11
- Data analysis of relation between growth processes of droplets and atmospheric movement using super-droplet methodーdata analysis using wavelet conversionー
- Grad. Sch. of Humanities and Sci., Nara Women’s Univ., Grad. Sch. of Simulation Studies, Univ. of Hyogo
^{A}, Div. of Natural Sci., Nara Women’s Univ.^{B} - M.Shimomura, S.Shima
^{A}, and M.Toda^{B} - 12
- Quasi-static growth and branching of cracks caused by cooling in paraffin wax
- Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Nara Women's Univ., Division of Natural Sciences, Nara Women's Univ.
^{A} - Kanoko.Tsuka, So. Kitsunezaki
^{A}

- 1
- Analysis of Quasi-equilibrium of the Bead-Spring Hamiltonian systems
- Osaka Electro-Comm. Univ., Chubu Univ.
^{A} - Tatsuo YANAGITA, Tetsuro KONISHI
^{A} - 2
- Reduction of degree of freedom and Poincaré surface of section around resonance in the elliptic restricted three-body problem for asteroid Ⅱ
- Osaka Prefecture Univ., Univ. of Texas at Austin
^{A}, IIS Univ. of Tokyo^{B} - Kosuke Asano, Kenichi Noba, Tomio Petrosky
^{A,B} - 3
- An adiabatic cycle can interchange the actions of a mass-spring system
- Tokyo Metropolitan University
- Atushi Tanaka and Hiroaki Imada
^{●}4- Revisiting the Floquet Hartree-Fock method
- Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, Inst. of Solid State Phys.^{B} - Cristian M. Le
^{A}, Ryosuke Akashi^{A}, Shinji Tsuneyuki^{A,B} - 5
- Bifurcation phenomena in macroscopic behavior of the globally coupled Bernoulli map system
- Osaka Univ.
- Tsuyoshi Chawanya, Michinobu Nakayama
- 6
- Large Deviation Principle of Stable Chaos
- Fac. Sci. Tech., Oita Univ., RIKEN CBS
^{A} - Hiromichi Suetani
^{A}

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- Thermal average and variance of kinetic energy in constrained chain-type systems and their mass dependence
- Chubu Univ., Osaka Electro-Comm. Univ.
^{A} - Tetsuro Konishi, Tatsuo Yanagita
^{A} - 8
- Synchronization and Taylor's law in dynamical systems
- Grad. Sch. of Frontier Sciences, Univ. of Tokyo, Grad. Sch. of Arts and Sciences, Univ. of Tokyo
^{A} - Yuzuru Mitsui, Hiroki Kojima
^{A}, Takashi Ikegami^{A}, Hiroshi Kori - 9
- Regular-irregular transition at Graze in isolated three vibro-impact oscillators designed from Grover algorithm
- Mie Univ., NITTC
- Shigeo KOTAKE, Soichiro TAKATA
- 10
- Conservative variables in numerical simulations using the explicit integrator AFI for the time-dependent Schrodinger equation
- NIT Ariake Col., Kyushu Inst. Tech.
^{A}, AIST^{B} - T. Matsuno, E. S. Otabe
^{A}and Y. Mawatari^{B} - 11
- Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Karman-Vortex Cavitation in Complex Fluids
- ISSP Univ. Tokyo, Keio University
^{A} - Yuta Asano, Hiroshi Watanabe
^{A}, Hiroshi Noguchi - 12
- Nambu-mechanics representation of MHD equations
- IMI Kyushu Univ., Zhejiang Normal Univ.
^{A} - Yasuhide Fukumoto, Rong Zou
^{A} - 13
- New proposal for galaxy rotation curve in helical fluid space-time (Chern-Simons modified gravitational theory): In connection with the discovery of galaxies without dark matter
- Department of Applied Physics, Hokkaido University
^{A}, NIMS^{B}, National Institute of Technology, Tomakomai College^{C}, Center of Education and Research for Topological Science and Technology, Hokkaido University^{D}, Department of Physics, Nara University of Education^{E} - Kaito Takeda
^{A,D}, Keiji Nakatsugawa^{A,B,D}, Kohkichi Konno^{C,D}, Toyoki Matsuyama^{D,E}, Satoshi Tanda^{A,D}

- 1
- Exotic phase transitions in non-reciprocally interacting active systems
- University of Chicago
- Ryo Hanai，Michel Fruchart，Peter B. Littlewood，Vincenzo Vitelli
^{●}2- Collective dynamics in crystal-like arrangements of active chiral particles
- Wayne State Univ. Detroit, Otto von Guericke Univ. Magdeburg
^{A}, Heinrich Heine Univ. Düsseldorf^{B} - Zhi-Feng Huang,
^{○}Andreas M. Menzel^{A}, Hartmut Löwen^{B} - 3
- theoretical study for collective behavior of deformable active particles
- ExCELLS, NINS
- Nen Saito
- 4
- Effect of aspect ratio on collective ordering in a rhomboidal-particle system
- Graduate School Sci. & Eng., Chiba Univ., Graduate School Sci., Chiba Univ.
^{A} - Motoya SUZAKA, Hiroaki ITO
^{A}, Hiroyuki KITAHATA^{A}

Break （10:00〜10:15)

- 5
- Algebraic depletion wings in dilute active Brownian particles: Theory and Experiments on Janus particles fuelled by an AC electric field
- Dept. Phys. UTokyo, Sorbonne Univ.
^{A}, ESPCI^{B}, Univ. Lyon^{C} - Daiki Nishiguchi, Alexis Poncet
^{A}, Olivier Bénichou^{A}, Vincent Démery^{B,C} - 6
- Chiral edge current and ordered vortices in a dense bacterial suspension
- Dept. of Phys. Kyushu Univ., Dept. of Appl. Phys. Tokyo Univ. of Sci.
^{A} - Kazusa Beppu, Ziane Izri, Yutaka Sumino
^{A}, Yusuke T. Maeda - 7
- Glassy collective dynamics of dense bacterial populations
- Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo, Dept. of Phys., Tokyo Tech, Dept. of Basic Science, Univ. of Tokyo
- Masahiro Yamamoto, Yujiro Furuta, Takuro Shimaya, Reiko Okura, Yuichi Wakamoto, Kazumasa A. Takeuchi
- 8
- On symmetries of microbes through fluid equations
- RIMS, Kyoto University
- Kenta Ishimoto
- 9
- Reciprocal microswimmers in a viscoelastic fluid
- Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.
- Kento Yasuda, Mizuki Kuroda, Shigeyuki Komura

12th B1 Room 12pB1 13:30〜17:00

Division 2，Division 11

Emergent phenomena of non-equilibrium complex systems, including plasma. Is the whole the sum of its parts?

- 1
- Introduction
- Univ. Kyushu, RIAM
- Shigeru Inagaki
- 2
- Collisional-radiative physics and particle transport in dynamic plasma-gas boundary
- Tohoku Univ., Dept. Quantum Science and Energy Engineering
- Hiroyuki Takahashi
- 3
- Interplay between plasma flow and gas flow in weakly-ionized plasmas
- NIFS
- Shinji yoshimura
- 4
- Plasma-solid boundary of laser produce plasma
- Osaka Univ., ILE
- Keisuke Shigemori

Break （15:10〜15:30)

- 5
- Particle transport and physicochemical interactions on plasma-liquid boundary
- Tohoku Univ., Dept. Electronic Engineering
- Toshiro Kaneko
- 6
- Nonlocality of boundary and dynamical liquid metal - plasma contact experiment
- Tohoku Univ., Dept. Electronic Engineering
- Kazunori Takahashi
- 7
- Observation of boundary between electron and ion fluids flowing in mutually reverse directions
- Kyoto Institute of Technology, Master's program of electronics
- Toshikazu Okada

- 1
- The activation energy of glass transition
- ISIR, Osaka Univ.
- Koun Shirai
- 2
- Spectroscopic analysis for an isotropic amorphous polyethylene with molecular dynamics simulation I
- National Institute of Technology, Toyota College, Ritsumeikan Univ., Yamaguchi Univ.
- Akira Koyama, Koji Fukao, Takashi Yamamoto
^{●}3- Structural Study on Metal-Organic-Framework Glass absorbing CO2 gas
- ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo, Guangxi Normal Univ.
^{A}, Shaanxi Univ. of Sci. and Tech.^{B}, JASRI^{C} - Yitong Wang, Masami Nirei, Hiroshi Akiba, Ming-Hua Zeng
^{A}, Zheng Yin^{B}, Koji Ohara^{C}, Osamu Yamamuro - 4
- Measurement Stability of the Dielectric Relaxation of the Supercooled Sugar-Alcohols near the Glass Transition Temperature
- Hokkaido Univ.
- Yuima Kawatani, Ryusuke Nozaki
- 5
- Decelerated Liquid Dynamics Induced by Component-Dependent Supercooling in Hydrogen and Deuterium Quantum Mixtures
- Kyoto Univ.
- KIM Hyeon-Deuk
- 6
- Density dependence of coefficients in modeling of displacement correlations in colloidal liquids
- Tottori Univ., Osaka Univ.
^{A}, Kyoto Univ.^{B} - Ooshida T., M. Otsuki
^{A}, S. Goto^{A}, T. Matsumoto^{B}

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Johari-Goldstein β relaxation and low-frequency vibrations in asymmetric dimer systems
- Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
- Kumpei Shiraishi, Hideyuki Mizuno, Atsushi Ikeda
- 8
- Relaxation behavior and cluster structures in one dimensional transient bond model
- Nagoya Univ.
- Takashi Uneyama
- 9
- Dynamical systems approach to slow dynamics of glass-forming liquids II
- Dept. of Phys., Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.
- Yoshihiro Nakahara, Akira Shudo
- 10
- Marginal stability of glasses: Intermittent rearrangements induced by thermal energy
- University of Tokyo, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
^{A}, University of Grenoble^{B} - Hideyuki Mizuno, Atsushi Ikeda, Hua Tong
^{A}, Stefano Mossa^{B} - 11
- Random quench predicts universal properties of amorphous solids
- The University of Tokyo, Ryerson University
^{A} - Masanari Shimada, Eric De Giuli
^{A}

- 1
- Analysis of critical phenomena of the monomer-dimer model based on tensor network
- Osaka Univ.
- Takahiro Otsuka, Yasuhiro Akutsu
- 2
- Nonperturbative renormalization group study on the tetracritical critical phenomena in the O(N) models
- Department of Physics, Kyushu University, LPTMC, Sorbonne Université
^{A} - Shunsuke Yabunaka, Bertrand Delamotte
^{A} - 3
- Detection of the critical temperature of the q-state Potts model using the CNN learned the 2D Ising model
- Tokyo Univ. Sci.
- Kimihiko Fukushima, Kazumitsu Sakai
- 4
- Study on relaxations of fluctuation for continuous spin systems with event-chain method
- Dept. of Engineering Sciences, Univ. of Electro-Communications
- Yuma Osada, Yukiyasu Ozeki
- 5
- Surface critical behavior of the 3d O(N) model
- ISSP
- Shumpei Iino, Naoki Kawashima
^{●}6- Scaling dimensions from analyzing tensor renormalization group flows
- The Univ. of Tokyo
- Xinliang Lyu, RuQing Xu, Naoki Kawashima

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Flow-based Super-Resolution on Spin System
- TMU, BII
^{A}, NUS^{B} - Kenta Shiina
^{A}, Lee Hwee Kuan^{A,B}, Hiroyuki Mori - 8
- Geometric allocation approach to accelerating directed worm algorithm
- Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo
- Hidemaro Suwa
- 9
- A Theoretical Study on the Pattern Formation via the Time-Dependent Ginzburg-Landau Equation in the Two-Dimensional Spin System
- ERI, UTokyo, IST, UTokyo
^{A}, JASRI^{B}, GSFS, UTokyo^{C}, IINa, Kumamoto University^{D} - Ryoji Anzaki, Shin-ichi Ito
^{A}, Hiromichi Nagao^{A}, Masaichiro Mizumaki^{B}, Masato Okada^{C}, Ichiro Akai^{D} - 10
- Inequalities for multiple-point correlation functions in random-field spin model
- Nihon Univ.
- Chigak Itoi, Yoshinori Sakamoto
- 11
- Absence of RSB in the Edwards-Anderson model at zero temperature
- Nihon University
- C. Itoi
- 12
- Calculation of spin glass order parameter by higher-order tensor renormalization group.
- Univ. of Tokyo
- Kota Yoshiyama, Koji Hukushima
^{●}13- Using Variational Autoregressive Networks on frustrated triangular Ising model
- Dept. of Phys. Hokkaido Univ., OIST
^{A} - Kazuki Okigami, Geet Rakala
^{A}

- 1
- Exact solution of the 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} ^{●}2- Mott-insulating Bose-Einstein condensation in a tight-binding system of interacting bosons with a flat band
- Phys, U. Tokyo, Phys, Gakushuin U.
^{A} - Hosho Katsura,
^{○}Hal Tasaki^{A} ^{●}3- Parafermionization, bosonization, and critical parafermionic chains
- ISSP, RIKEN
^{A} - Yuan Yao, Akira Furusaki
^{A} - 4
- SU(2) monopole harmonics : application to the physics of SPT states
- NIMS MANA
- Akihiro Tanaka
- 5
- Mapping of 2D lattice models to extended 1D models in the DMRG method
- Dept. Phys. Chiba Univ., Dept. Phys. Ehime Univ.
^{A}, IFW-Dresden^{B}, TU-Dresden^{C} - Masahiro Kadosawa, Yukinori Ohta, Masaaki Nakamura
^{A}, Satoshi Nishimoto^{B,C} - 6
- Analysis of topological transitions based on the 1D lattice representation of 2D lattice models
- Dept. Phys., Ehime University
^{A}, IFW Dresden^{B}, TU Dresden^{C} - Masaaki Nakamura
^{A}, Masuda Shohei^{A}, Satoshi Nishimoto^{B,C}

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Quantum Phase Transition in a Bose-Hubbard Model on Penrose Lattice
- Dept. Appl. Phys., Tokyo Univ. Sci.
- Takanori Sugimoto, Rasoul Ghadimi, Takami Tohyama
- 8
- The SU(3) symmetry of the Dimer-Trimer spin-1 chain
- Dept. Phys. Kyushu Univ.
- Tohru Mashiko, Shunji Moriya, Kiyohide Nomura
- 9
- Phase transition of bond-alternation and next-nearest-neighbor S=1 chain
- Department of Physics, Kyushu University
- H.Fujimura, K.Nomura, S.Moriya
- 10
- Application of “temperature-scaling” formalism in cluster nonequilibrium relaxation to quantum phase transitions II
- MANA, NIMS, Shibaura Institute of Technology
^{A} - Yoshihiko Nonomura, Yusuke Tomita
^{A} - 11
- Ground-state phase diagram of a S=1 Kitaev-Γ spin chain
- University of Hyogo
- Takafumi Suzuki
- 12
- Spontaneous symmetry breaking and symmetry-protected topological phases in a spin-1/2 XXZ ladder with a four-spin interaction
- ISSP, Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, Faculty of Sci. and Eng., Kindai Univ.^{B}, Keio Univ.^{C} - Takuhiro Ogino
^{A}, Ryui Kaneko^{B}, Satoshi Morita^{A}, Shunsuke Furukawa^{C}, Naoki Kawashima^{A} - 13
- PT Symmetry Breaking with Localization for Open XX Spin Chain with Boundary Dissipations
- Tokyo Tech.
- Kohei Yamanaka, Tomohiro Sasamoto
- 14
- Exceptional Dynamical Phase Transitions in Periodically Driven Quantum Many-Body Systems
- RIKEN CPR Hakubi/iTHEMS
- Ryusuke Hamazaki

- 1
- A surfactants reaction model for reciprocating motion of a self-propelled droplet
- Hiroshima Univ.
- Shinpei Tanaka
- 2
- Motion mode transition of swimming droplets caused by changes in susceptibility to perturbations
- Grad. Sch. of Sci. Kyoto Univ., Faculty of Sci. and Tech. Keio Univ., CMPI for Terrestrial Microbiology
- Saori Suda, Tomoharu Suda, Takuya Ohmura, and Masatoshi Ichikawa
- 3
- Imperfect bifurcation in the rotation of a propeller-shaped camphor rotor
- Tohoku Univ., Chiba Univ.
^{A} - Yuki Koyano, Hiroyuki Kitahata
^{A} - 4
- Particle motion driven by surface tension difference: mode analysis of active-passive particles
- TUS, CU, TU
- ishikawa hiroaki

Break （14:30〜14:45)

- 5
- Symmetry breaking induced adhesion-independent motility of actomyosin droplet under cell-sized confinement
- Kyushu Univ., Kyoto Univ. Hakubi Cent.
^{A} - Ryota Sakamoto, Makito Miyazaki
^{A}, Yusuke T. Maeda - 6
- Hydrodynamic response of a two-dimensional compressible fluid with odd viscosity II
- Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Tel Aviv Univ.
^{A} - Yuto Hosaka, Shigeyuki Komura, David Andelman
^{A} - 7
- Rheology and Structural Relaxation of Model Cytoplasm with Metabolic Activity
- Department of Physics, Kyushu University
^{A}, Faculty of Bioscience and Applied Chemistry, Hosei University^{B} - Yujiro Sugino
^{A}, Ippei Kumamaru^{A}, Kohei Fukumoto^{A}, Yoshiyuki Sowa^{B}, Daisuke Mizuno^{A} - 8
- Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Solvation Motor: An analysis of Motor Size Dependence
- Kogakuin Univ., Kogakuin Univ.
^{A}, Kyushu Univ.^{B} - Ken Tokunaga, Tsuyoshi Saso
^{A}, Ryo Akiyama^{B}

- 1
- Effect of Host-Parasite Interactions on the Evolution of RNA Structure
- University of Tokyo, University of Auckland, Universal Biology Institute
- Naoto Nishiura, Nobuto Takeuchi, Kunihiko Kaneko
- 2
- Theoretical Model of Dominance in Multiple Ploidy
- Dept. of Basic Sci.
- Kenji Okubo, Kunihiko Kaneko
- 3
- Estimating non-stationary entropy production by machine learning
- Dept. of Appl. Phys. The Univ. of Tokyo, Stockholm Univ.
^{A}, Nordita^{B} - Shun Otsubo, Sreekanth K Manikandan
^{A,B}, Takahiro Sagawa, Supriya Krishnamurthy^{A}

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 4
- Introduction of Young Scientist Award, and Student Presentation Award (Division 11)
- Tokyo Tech., IIR
- Misako Takayasu
- 5
- Development of a method for estimating model parameters from experimental data by means of machine learning
- National Inst. for Materials Sci.
- Ryo Tamura
- 6
- Theoretical study on peculiar dynamical properties of circadian clocks
- The Univ. of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sci.
- Tetsuhiro Hatakeyama
- 7
- Studies on thermalization processes of isolated and open quantum many-body systems
- RIKEN Hakubi Research Team
- Ryusuke Hamazaki

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

- 1
- Multi-state Watts threshold model
- Tohoku Univ. FRIS & GSIS, Kobe Univ. Econ
^{A} - Tomokatsu Onaga, Teruyoshi Kobayashi
^{A} - 2
- Graph-based open-ended survey on concerns related to COVID-19
- AIST, Kagawa Univ., Waseda Univ.
- Tatsuro Kawamoto, Takaaki Aoki, Michiko Ueda
- 3
- Detection and evaluation of buzzwords using social big data
- Univ. of Ryukyus, Hottolink
^{A} - Kenta Yamada, Sakae Mizuki
^{A}, Takeshi Sakaki^{A} - 4
- Scaling Laws of Collective Human Flow in the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Tokyo Tech Computing, Sony CSL
^{A}, Tokyo Tech IIR^{B} - Yohei Shida, Hideki Takayasu
^{A,B}, Misako Takayasu^{B} - 5
- Data assimilated simulation of information spreading on social media
- Univ. Tsukuba, Univ. Tokyo
^{A}, Nihon Univ.^{B}, Louis Pasteur Center^{C} - Yukie Sano, Hiroyuki A. Torii
^{A}, Yosuke Onoue^{B}, Kazuko Uno^{C} - 6
- Evolution of Family Systems and Social Structures in Pre-industrial Peasant Societies
- Grad. Sch. of Arts and Sciences. Tokyo Univ.
- Kenji Itao, Kunihiko Kaneko

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- Validation of a motion model based on football tracking data.
- Chuo Univ., Waseda Univ.
^{A} - Kenta Takizawa, Takuma Narizuka, Yoshihiro Yamazaki
^{A} - 8
- Quantifying minimal arrival times using motion model and space evaluation in football games.
- Chuo Univ., Waseda Univ.
^{A} - Takuma Narizuka, Kenta Takizawa, Yoshihiro Yamazaki
^{A} - 9
- Statistical properties in score fluctuations of gateball
- Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University
^{A} - Yoshihiro Yamazaki, Takuma Narizuka
^{A}, Keiichiro Kagawa, Keisuke Taga - 10
- Heterogeneity of Zipf's system II
- Dept. of Phys., Osaka Pref. Univ.
- Takuya Yamamoto, Tsuyoshi Mizuguchi
- 11
- Analysis of opinion formulations based on prospect theory
- Graduate School of Informatics Kyoto Univ.
- Nonaka Yota, Syuji Miyazaki
- 12
- Typical Evaluation of Probabilistic Context-Sensitive Grammar through Statistical Mechanical Approach
- University of Tokyo
- K. Nakaishi, K. Hukushima

Division 11

Phase transitions, transport phenomena, and interface dynamics of nonequilibrium systems

- 1
- Application of Kirkwood-Buff Integral theory to crystals
- Chiba Univ. Grad. Sch. Sci. Eng.
- Masafumi Miyaji, Peter Krueger
- 2
- Global thermodynamics for two-component fluid in heat conduction
- Ibaraki Univ.
- Akira Yoshida, Naoko Nakagawa
- 3
- Potential parameter dependence of mass and heat cross-transport coefficients in WCA mixture fluids
- Nagoya Univ.
- Tatsuma Oishi, Yuya Doi, Takashi Uneyama, Yuichi Masubuchi
- 4
- Hyperuniformity and long-range correlations for plane-averaged currents in equilibrium fluids
- Nagoya University, Kyoto University
^{A} - Masato Itami, Kunimasa Miyazaki, Shin-ichi Sasa
- 5
- Does "van der Waals turbulence" exit?
- Department of Physics, Kyoto University
- Tomohiro Tanogami, Shin-ichi Sasa
- 6
- Universal fluctuation of polygonal crack geometry in solidified lava
- Univ. Yamanashi
- Yuri Akiba, Aika Takashima, Hiroyuki Shima

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- The scaling law of the ordered phase growth under supercooling
- Department of Physics, Kyoto University
- Mao Hiraizumi, Hiroki Ohta and Shin-ichi Sasa
- 8
- Long-range phase order in two dimensions under shear flow
- ZJU, Kyoto University
^{A} - Hiroyoshi Nakano, Yuki Minami
^{A}, Shin-ichi Sasa - 9
- Energy transports in a thermal network model with a temperature difference
- Dep. of Physics, Kwansei Gakuin Univ., Ludwig Leuchten
^{A} - Tooru Taniguchi, Colin Bain McRae
^{A}, and Shin-ichi Sawada - 10
- phase transition in anisotropic random organization model
- Nagoya Univ. Sci.
- Fukuta Tetsuya, Miyazaki Kunimasa, Kawasaki Takeshi
- 11
- Numerical evaluation of entropy production in systems with absorbing phase transitions
- AIST, ISSP Univ. Tokyo
^{A} - Keiichi Tamai, Naoki Kawashima
- 12
- Strings of the Bethe equation in the asymmetric simple exclusion process
- Univ. of Tokyo, Ochanomizu Univ.
^{A}, RCAST, Univ. of Tokyo^{B} - Yuki Ishiguro, Jun Sato
^{A}, Katsuhiro Nishinari^{B} - 13
- Non-mean-field critical exponents in classical mean-field anisotropic spin models
- Kyoto Univ., RKMV Univ.
^{A} - Yoshiyuki Y. Yamaguchi, Debraj Das
^{A}, Shamik Gupta^{A}

13th K1 Room 13pK1 13:30〜17:10

Division 10，Division 3，Division 4，Division 9，Division 11，Division 12

Progress of JST-CREST Program "Revolutional Materials Development"

- 1
- Toward the jump of materials research
- Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Materials Res. Center for Element Strategy
- Hideo Hosono
- 2
- Exploration of multicrystalline informatics for high-performance multicrystalline materials
- Nagoya Univ., School of Eng.
- Noritaka Usami
- 3
- Data-driven materials exploration toward development of novel semiconductors and dielectrics
- Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Inst. of Innovative Res.
- Fumiyasu Oba
- 4
- Development of magnetoresistive device materials using computational & data science
- Tohoku Univ., Adv. Inst. for Mater. Res.
- Shigemi Mizukami

Break （15:35〜15:50)

- 5
- Topology analysis of dynamic network on thermoplastic elastomers
- Tokyo Inst. of Tech., School of Mater. and Chem. Tech.
- Ken Nakajima
- 6
- Experimental, theoretical, and data science studies for catalyst informatics
- Hokkaido Univ., Institute for Catalysis
- Kennichi Shimizu

- 1
- Dynamics induced by symmetry-protected exceptional rings for mechanical graphene
- Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences University of Tsukuba
- Gen Najima, Tsuneya Yoshida, Yasuhiro Hatsugai
- 2
- The third-order topological insulator in the uniform magnetic field
- Ibaraki Univ.
- Yuria Otaki, Takahiro Fukui
- 3
- Kondo effect and RKKY interaction of the one-dimensional multi-impurity Kondo system
- Dept. of Phys., Tohoku Univ.
- Yuya Kurebayashi, Naokazu Shibata
- 4
- Dynamics of the entanglement in the Creutz ladder model.
- Hiroshima Univ., Tsukuba Univ.
^{A}, Nagoya Inst. Tech.^{B} - Takahiro Orito, Yoshihito Kuno
^{A}, Ikuo Ichinose^{B} - 5
- Gauge invariant formulation of orbital magnetic susceptibility with Wannier functions
- MANA, NIMS
- Toshikaze Kariyado

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 6
- Penalty methods for variational quantum eigensolver
- UWaterloo, QunaSys
- Kohdai Kuroiwa, Yuya O. Nakagawa
- 7
- Approximate fermion many-body wave function by a feed-forward neural network
- Department of Applied Physics, The University of Tokyo
- Koji Inui, Yasuyuki Kato, Yukitoshi Motome
- 8
- Hidden Markov Model Simulation for Time Series Data Analysis: Application to Quantum dot blinking phenomenon
- Kyushu Inst. Tech.
- T. Furuta, K. Hamada, M. Oda, K. Nakamura
- 9
- Relaxation dynamics of two interacting double-layers in a 1D Coulomb system
- Chuo U., Fac. Sci. Eng.
- Sergio ANDRAUS
- 10
- Suppression of boundary effect by the energy scale deformation in Fermionic systems
- Kobe University
- Tomotoshi Nishino

- 1
- Proof of Peskun's theorem for Markov chains with skew detailed balance conditions
- Tohoku University
^{A}, Tokyo Institute of Technology^{B}, Sigma-i^{C} - Manaka Okuyama
^{A}, Masayuki Ohzeki^{A,B,C} - 2
- On Hamiltonian simulated tempering
- Univ. of Tokyo
- Koji Hukushima
- 3
- Performance Evaluation of Quantum Annealing with XY Driver in Potts Model
- Tohoku University
^{A}, Tokyo Institute of Technology^{B}, Sigma-i^{C} - Yuki Kawashima
^{A}, Masayuki Ohzeki^{A,B,C}, Kazuyuki Tanaka^{A} - 4
- Analysis of sampling performance of quantum annealing in degenerate systems using quantum Monte Carlo methods
- Tohoku University
^{A}, Tokyo Institute of Technology^{B}, Sigma-i^{C} - Naoki Maruyama
^{A}, Masayuki Ohzeki^{A,B,C}, Kazuyuki Tanaka^{A} - 5
- Optimizations of traffic signals by quantum annealing
- Tohoku University Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
^{A}, Sigma-i^{B}, Tohoku University Information^{C} - Shusaku Kamei, Masayuki Ohzeki
^{A,B,C}, Kazuyuki Tanaka^{C} - 6
- An alternative approach to the route optimization of automated guided vehicles using a quantum annealer
- Tohoku University
^{A}, Tokyo Institute of Technology^{B}, Sigma-i^{C} - Renichiro Haba
^{A}, Masayuki Ohzeki^{A,B,C}, Kazuyuki Tanaka^{A}

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Cancellation
- 8
- Statistical mechanical analysis for deep Boltzmann machine
- Graduate School of Sci. and Eng., Yamagata Univ.
- Ryosuke Maeno and Muneki Yasuda
- 9
- Typical performance analysis of stability selection
- IPI
- Takashi Takahashi
- 10
- Re-formalization of gaussian process regression with conjugate variable and its analysis by statistical physics
- The University of Tokyo, Komaba Institute for Science
^{A}, JST PRESTO^{B} - Yasushi Nagano, Yoshinori Nakanishi-Ohno
^{A,B}, Koji Hukushima^{A} - 11
- 12
- Performance analysis on signal recovery of compressed sensing using SCAD regularizer
- Tokyo Tech., Kyoto U.
^{A}, U. Tokyo^{B} - S. Ishii, T. Obuchi
^{A}, Y. Kabashima^{B} - 13
- Inference of high rank tensor decomposition based on BP.
- Osaka Univ., Kyoto Univ.
- Riki Nagasawa, Tomoyuki Obuchi, Hajime Yoshino
- 14
- Algorithm for query-based active learning and its analysis
- ISM
^{A}, JST PRESTO^{B}, Univ. Tokyo^{C} - Ayaka Sakata
^{A,B}, Yoshiyuki Kabashima^{C}

- 1
- Helmholtz-Hodge Decomposition of InterIndustry Networks ： International Comparison
- Niigata University
- Tomoharu Hoshi, Hiroshi Iyetomi
- 2
- Network-Theoretical Study of Stock Ownership Structure on a Global Scale
- Niigata University, Kyoto University
^{A} - Hiroshi Iyetomi, Yuichi Kichikawa, Yuichi Ikeda
^{A} - 3
- Entropy Analysis of Fluctuations in Financial Time Series
- Fukuoka Prefectural University and Professor Emeritus of Kagoshima University
^{A} - Ryuji Ishizaki and Masayoshi Inoue
^{A} - 4
- Bayesian Inference of Levy's Stable Distribution using Hamiltonian Monte Carlo method.
- College of Economics, Nihon University
- Hideomi TOTSUKA, Hidetoshi MITSUI
- 5
- Randomness measured by the RMT test and its application
- Meiji Univ., Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences
- Mieko Tanaka-Yamawaki
- 6
- The nature of price fluctuations in the cryptocurrency market
- TREND LORE., Nihon U
^{A}, Meiji U^{B} - Masafumi Takahashi, Masanori Yamanaka
^{A}, Mieko Tanaka-Yamawaki^{B}

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Trend-following analysis by order type in the forex market
- Graduate School of Information Science and Engineering. Tokyo Tech, Sony CSL, Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Tech
- Hiroki Watari, Hideki Takayasu, Misako Takayasu
- 8
- Changes in the critical point when the starting company is changed in chain bankruptcy model
- Tokyo Tech
^{A}, IIR^{B}, sonyCSL^{C} - Kazuha Mori
^{A}, Junich Ozaki^{B}, Hideki Takayasu^{B,C}, Misako Takayasu^{A,B} - 9
- A study of relation between network topology and transition point of diffusion-localization transition point of gravitation interaction model
- Tokyo Tech Sch. of Comp.
^{A}, Sony CSL^{B}, Tokyo Tech IIR^{C} - Hajime Koike
^{A}, Hideki Takayasu^{B,C}, Misako Takayasu^{A,C} - 10
- A time-evolution model of inter-firm trading network satisfying the non-Gibra Law
- IIR, Tokyo Tech, Sony CSL
^{A} - Jun'ichi Ozaki, Hideki Takayasu
^{A}, Misako Takayasu ^{●}11- Bursts in collective emotion during COVID-19 pandemic period based on Chinese SNS data
- Tokyo Institute of Tech.
^{A}, Univ. of Tsukuba^{B}, Institute of Innovative Research (Tokyo Institute of Tech)^{C}, Sony Computer Science Laboratories^{D} - Wu Qianyun, Yukie Sano, Hideki Takayasu, Misako Takayasu
^{●}12- Innovation processes: A dynamical economic model with time evolving networks
- Tohoku Univ., JAVIS Co., Ltd.
^{A}, Shizuoka Univ.^{B} - Yunhan Du, Yoshinori Tone
^{A}, Akihito Sudo^{B}, Naoya Fujiwara

- 1
- Power spectrum for number density in counter flow obtained from social force model
- Dept. of Physics, Waseda Univ.
- Y. Sato and Y. Yamazaki
- 2
- Periodic undulation of compressive force observed in a uniaxially compressed granular column
- Osaka Univ., BUAP
^{A}, Osaka Sangyo Univ.^{B} - H. Katsuragi, F. Pacheco-Vazquez
^{A}, T. Omura^{B} - 3
- Impact dynamics in hierarchically structured granular materials
- Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya Univ., Graduate School of Science, Osaka Univ.
^{A} - Fumiaki Okubo, Hiroaki Katsuragi
^{A} - 4
- Elastic response of wet granular materials
- Grad. Sch. of Eng. and Sci., Osaka Univ.
- Kiwamu Yoshii, Michio Otsuki
- 5
- sieving of cohesive granular materials
- Osaka Engineering Science
- Kujirasaki Yusuke, Otsuki Michio
- 6
- Continuum Analysis of Granular Channel Flows
- Osaka Univ.
- Kuroda Ryo, Otsuki Michio

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- Dilatancy of frictional granular materials under oscillatory shear with constant pressure
- YITP
- Daisuke Ishima, Hisao Hayakawa
- 8
- Micro X-CT observation of Licopodium paste with memory of shaking (II) - Analysis of Anisotropic Structures -
- Nara Women's Univ., Chubu Univ.
^{A}, Nihon Univ.^{B}, Osaka Pref. Univ.^{C} - So Kitsunezaki, Akihiro Nishimoto
^{A}, Akio Nakahara^{B}, Yousuke Matsuo^{B}, Tsuyoshi Mizuguchi^{C} - 9
- Friction experiment on granular materials with rotation equipment
- Dep. of Phys., Aoyama Gakuin Univ.
- Shumpei Endo, Izumi Nishio, Takehito Suzuki, Hiroshi Matsukawa
- 10
- Two forms of the slip-front profiles and various propagation velocities for 1D model
- Dept. Phys. & Math., AGU
- Takehito Suzuki
- 11
- Intersonic Sliding Friction: Derivation of Analytical Solutions and Comparison with Experiments
- Univ. Tokyo
- T. Yamaguchi
- 12
- Feasibility of limit cycle in Rate-State friction law
- Osaka Univ.
- R.Mizushima, T.Hatano
- 13
- Relation between avalanche behaviors and mechanical properties in solids with different structures
- Kanazawa Univ.
- Tomoaki Niiyama, Tomotsugu Shimokawa

- 1
- Scalar spectrum modulation by condensation/evaporation in cloud turbulence
- NITech
- T. Gotoh, I. Saito, T. Watanabe
- 2
- Statistical nature of Hall MHD turbulence with a high magnetic Prandtl number
- NIFS, Nagoya Inst. Tech.
^{A} - Hideaki Miura, Toshiyuki Gotoh
^{A} - 3
- Role of the hierarchy of coherent structures in the transport of inertial particles in wall-bounded turbulence
- Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University
- Yutaro Motoori, Susumu Goto
- 4
- Flux vector fields of triple cascade in CHM turbulence
- Doshisha Univ., Tokyo Denki Univ.
^{A}, Akita Univ.^{B} - Masanori TAKAOKA, Naoto YOKOYAMA
^{A}, Eiichi SASAKI^{B} - 5
- Quasi-periodic fluctuation of von Kármán turbulence driven by viscous stirring
- Osaka Univ.
^{A}, ECL^{B} - Ryo Araki
^{A,B}, Susumu Goto^{A} - 6
- Scaling law of numerical dissipative weak solutions to the Euler equation 2
- Dep. Phys, Kyoto U.
- Takeshi Matsumoto

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- Stochastic model for relative turbulent dispersion via two-time Lagrangian velocity correlation function
- Div. Phys., Kyoto Univ.
- Tatsuro Kishi, Takeshi Matsumoto, Sadayoshi Toh
- 8
- Universality of linear stability of shear flow with finite flow rate
- MIMS
- Yoshiki Hiruta
- 9
- Phase response property of the wake of a plate wing in a uniform flow
- Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Hiroshima University
- Makoto Iima
- 10
- Lift enhancement mechanism of the corrugated wing with large angle of attack based on the starting vortex dynamics
- Hiroshima University
- Yusuke Fujita, Makoto Iima
- 11
- Direct Numerical Simulation of Destabilized Helical Vortices
- Tohoku Univ., LIMSI
^{A}, Universite de Paris VI^{B} - Yuji Hattori, Ivan Delbence
^{A}, Maurice Rossi^{B} - 12
- Suppression effect on three-dimensional boundary layer transition by sinusoidal roughness elements
- Tohoku Univ., JAXA
^{A} - M. Hirota, Y. Ide
^{A}, Y. Hattori - 13
- Relation between fluid and magnetic analyses in interface analysis of magnetic fluid
- Div. of Applied Physics, Fac. of Engineering, Hokkaido Univ.
- Yo Mizuta

Division 11

Foundations of statistical mechanics 1

（Quantum dynamics, quantum thermodynamics）

- 1
- H-theorem for a 1D quantum system with negative phenomenological diffusion coefficient
- Dept. of Phys. Sci., Osaka Pref. U., Univ. of Texas at Austin
^{A}, IIS Univ. of Tokyo^{B} - Sho Nakade, Kazuki Kanki, Tomio Petrosky
^{A,B} - 2
- PT symmetry breaking in an open quantum 2-spin system with Lindblad dynamics
- Tokyo Tech
- Yuma Nakanishi, Kohei Yamanaka, Tomohiro Sasamoto
- 3
- Coherent-incoherent transition associated with a confinement-deconfinement transition in Liouvillian eigenmodes
- Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, RIKEN CEMS^{B}, RIKEN iTHEMS^{C}, Univ. of Tokyo iπ^{D} - Taiki Haga
^{A}, Masaya Nakagawa^{A}, Ryusuke Hamazaki^{C}, Masahito Ueda^{A,B,D} - 4
- Confinement-deconfinement transition in Liouvillian eigenmodes: analysis of a many-body system and exact Bethe ansatz solutions
- Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, RIKEN^{B}, RIKEN CEMS^{C}, iπ, Univ. of Tokyo^{D} - Masaya Nakagawa
^{A}, Taiki Haga^{A}, Ryusuke Hamazaki^{B}, Masahito Ueda^{A,C,D} - 5
- Rigorous bounds on the heating rate in quantum many-body systems under Thue-Morse quasi-periodic driving and its randomized variants
- Riken CEMS, Imperial Col. London
^{A}, Tech. Univ. München^{B}, Max-Planck Inst.^{C} - Takashi Mori, Hongzheng Zhao
^{A}, Florian Mintert^{A}, Johannes Knolle^{B,A}, Roderich Moessner^{C} - 6
- Liouvillianity breaking in dissipative Floquet interacting systems
- Kyoto University, University of California Berkeley
^{A} - Kaoru Mizuta, Kazuaki Takasan
^{A}, and Norio Kawakami

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- Embedding of the Yang-Lee Quantum Criticality in Open Quantum Systems
- Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, iπ, Univ. of Tokyo^{B}, RIKEN CEMS^{C} - Norifumi Matsumoto
^{A}, Masaya Nakagawa^{A}, Masahito Ueda^{A,B,C} - 8
- Linear susceptibilities of generalized equilibrium states and thermalization
- KIS, Univ. Tokyo, Dept. Basic Science, Univ. Tokyo
- Yuuya Chiba, Akira Shimizu
- 9
- Non-equilibrium thermodynamic entropy of a quantum model for connected harmonic oscillators
- UTokyo
^{A}, AIST^{B} - Takkaki Aoki
^{A,B}, Hideaki Hakoshima^{B}, Yuichiro Matsuzaki^{B} - 10
- The second law of thermodynamics in an isolated quantum system from the concavity of an energy function
- Saitama Medical University, GS & CST Nihon University
- Sei Suzuki, Chigak Itoi
- 11
- Power-Efficiency Bound of Quantum Dot Heat Engine in the Nonlinear Regime
- UT Eng.
- Takuya Kamijima, Shun Otsubo, Yuto Ashida, Takahiro Sagawa
- 12
- Quantum heat engine with super-absorption
- Univ. of Tsukuba, AIST
- Shunsuke Kamimura, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kyo Yoshida, Yasuhiro Tokura
- 13
- Quantum speed limit for general open quantum systems
- Gakushuin Univ., Keio Univ.
^{A} - Naoto Shiraishi, Keiji Saito
^{A}

- 1
- Microtubules as a quantum nerves considered from the anesthetic effect
- Dept. of Appl. Phys., Hokkaido Univ.
^{A}, NIMS^{B}, RIES, Hokkaido Univ.^{C} - Yutaro Teranishi
^{A}, Keiji Nakatsugawa^{A,B}, Yukinori Nishigami^{C}, Toshiyuki Nakagaki^{C}, Koichi Ichimura^{A}, Akiya Sean Ebana^{A}, Satoshi Tanda^{A} - 2
- Minority Control of Collective Cell Rotation
- Grad. Sch. Sci. Osaka Univ., Grad. Sch. Sci. Kyushu Univ.
^{A}, Grad. Sch. Art Sci. Univ. Tokyo^{B}, Faculty Life Env. Sci.^{C} - K. Matsushita, S. Yabunaka
^{A}, H. Hashimura^{B}, H. Kuwayama^{C}, K. Fujimoto - 3
- In-vivo cell flow visualisation using deep learning and other means
- Akita Pref. U.
- Yukitaka Ishimoto
- 4
- Scale invariance of bacterial size fluctuations during starvation
- Dept. of Phys. Univ. Tokyo
^{A}, Dept. of Basic Sci. Univ. Tokyo^{B}, Dept. of Phys. Tokyo Tech.^{C} - Takuro Shimaya
^{A}, Reiko Okura^{B}, Yuichi Wakamoto^{B}, Kazumasa A. Takeuchi^{A,C} - 5
- Shaping dynamics of nuclei of migrating cells on micro-elastically patterned hydrogels
- IMCE, Kyushu Univ.
- Hiroyuki Ebata, Thasaneeya Kuboki, Satoru Kidoaki

Break （10:15〜10:30)

- 6
- Monitoring Cytoplasmic Viscosity in Damaged Cells
- Dept. of Phys. The Univ. of Tokyo
- Hideaki Ota, Hideo Higuchi
- 7
- Microscopic base of the glassy nature of cytoplasm
- QST
- Hiroshi Murakami
- 8
- Dynamical-systems theory of reprogramming
- Department of Basic Science, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
- Yuuki Matsushita, Tetsuhiro S. Hatakeyama, Kunihiko Kaneko
^{●}9- Long-range correlation in protein dynamics: Confirmation by structural data and normal mode analysis
- Grad School of Arts and Sci, Univ. of Tokyo
- Qian-Yuan Tang, Kunihiko Kaneko
- 10
- Characteristic analysis of entangled gene regulatory networks with cooperative expression
- Meiji University, Univ. of Tokyo
- Masayo Inoue, Kunihiko Kaneko
- 11
- Inferring fitness landscapes using dynamical multi-stress resistance data from laboratory evolution
- The University of Tokyo, RIKEN BDR
^{A} - Junichiro Iwasawa, Tomoya Maeda, Chikara Furusawa

14th L1 Room 14pL1 13:30〜15:35

Division 11，Division 12

Lecture of the 14th young scientist award and Introduction of the student presentation award (2020)

- 1
- Introduction of 14th Young Scientist Award, and Student Presentation Award 2020 (Division 11)
- Tokyo Tech., IIR
- Misako Takayasu
- 2
- Establishment of quantum simulation theory based on discrete-time quantum walk
- Keio University, Graduate School of Science and Technology
- Yutaka Shikano
- 3
- Acceleration of quantum annealing based on non-stoquastic operator
- The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
- Yuya Seki
- 4
- Experimental studies on emergent orders and universal laws in collective motion of active matter systems
- University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Science
- Daiki Nishiguchi
- 5
- Theoretical study on the classification and description of physical states by means of neural networks
- University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Science
- Nobuyuki Yoshioka

14th L2 Room 14pL2 13:30〜17:15

Division 11

Quantum spin systems and boson systems 2, and cold atom systems

- 1
- A Formulation of Generalized Thouless Pump by Family of Matrix Product States
- YITP
- Ooyama Shuhei
- 2
- Variation and efficiency of TPQ-MPS
- Dept. of Basic Science, Univ. of Tokyo
- Atsushi Iwaki, Chisa Hotta
- 3
- Geometric transformation of tensor network states
- Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
- Kenji Harada
- 4
- Quantum Singular Value Decomposition of Correlation Matrix in One Dimensional Heisenberg Model
- Department of Applied Physics Tohoku University
- Kohei Ohgane, Tatsuya Kumamoto, Hiroaki Matsueda
- 5
- Entanglement in finite temperature calculation with random product state
- Riken
- Toshiaki IITAKA
- 6
- Numerical methods to simulate finite-temperature quantum many-body systems with random matrix product states: Improvement of sampling efficiency by entanglement
- Dept. of Phys. Kindai Univ.
- Shimpei Goto, Ryui Kaneko, Ippei Danshita

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Accuracy guarantee of quantum annealing with the energy dispersion
- AIST
- Takashi Imoto, Yuya Seki, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Kawabata
- 8
- A comparison between linear response theory and twisted boson theory corresponding to XXZ spin chain
- Zagreb University, Faculty of Science, Institute of Physics, Zagreb
^{A} - Yoshiki Fukusumi, Osor S. Barišić
^{A} - 9
- Exact analysis of nonlinear spin Drude weights in the spin-1/2 XXZ chain
- Dept. of Phys., Univ. Tokyo, Dept. of Phys., UC Berkeley
- Yuhi Tanikawa, Kazuaki Takasan, Hosho Katsura
- 10
- Exact analysis of diffusive transport of spin-1/2 XXZ chain using Generalized Hydrodynamics (GHD)
- Tokyo Univ. Sci.
- Shinya Ae, Kazumitsu Sakai
- 11
- New Geometric Method for Solvability of Lattice Spin Systems
- YITP, Nagoya Univ.
- Masahiro Ogura, Yukihisa Imamura, Naruhiko Kameyama, Kazuhiko Minami, Masatoshi Sato.
- 12
- Truncated Wigner approximation for compact groups, U(1) , SU(2) II
- Kindai Univ.
^{A}, Matsuri Sci. Academy^{B} - Kou Kumoda
^{A}, Kenichi Kasamatsu^{A}, Tetsuo Matsui^{A,B} - 13
- Quantum many-body scar state from flat band
- Univ. of Tsukuba
- Yoshihito Kuno, Tomonari Mizoguchi, Yasuhiro Hatsugai
- 14
- Majorana reflection positivity in the attractive SU(N) Hubbard model
- Dept. Phys., Univ. Tokyo
- Hironobu Yoshida, Hosho Katsura

14th L3 Room 14pL3 13:30〜17:00

Division 11

Foundations of statistical mechanics 2

（Stochastic thermodynamics, information, entropy）

- 1
- Entropy production and flux in stochastic and chaotic Loewner evolutions
- Grad. Sch. of Integ. Bas. Sci. Nihon Univ.
- Yusuke Shibasaki, Minoru Saito
- 2
- Reconsideration of Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics based on Information Geometry -- Geometry based on multi-scaled divergences –-
- Dept. Math. Sci. Ibaraki University
- S.Takezawa, T.Nakamura, and H.H.Hasegawa
- 3
- Reconsideration of Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics based on Information Geometry -- Geometry based on scaled dimensional α-divergences --
- Dept. Math. Sci. Ibaraki University
- Tomomi Nakamura, Syutaro Takezawa and Hiroshi Hasegawa
- 4
- Does the second law of thermodynamics determine equilibrium distribution?
- Kyoto Univ., Univ. of Tsukuba
- Shin-ichi Sasa, Ken Hiura, Kiyoshi Kanazawa
^{●}5- Continuous time reversal and equality in the thermodynamic uncertainty relation
- Dept. of Phys. I, Grad. Sch. of Sci., Kyoto Univ.
- Andreas Dechant, Shin-ichi Sasa
^{●}6- Thermodynamic Uncertainty Relations for Arbitrary Initial States
- Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, RIKEN CEMS^{B}, i\pi, Univ. of Tokyo^{C} - Kangqiao Liu
^{A}, Zongping Gong^{A}, Masahito Ueda^{A,B,C}

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Analysis on excess entropy productions via improved adiabatic approximation
- NIT, Anan College
- Akihiko Sonoda
- 8
- Global thermodynamics governed by a non-additive entropy
- Ibaraki Univ., Kyoto Univ.
^{A} - Naoko Nakagawa, Shin-ichi Sasa
^{A} - 9
- Analysis of heat conducting systems with a interface of the 1st ordered transition with the Hamilton-Potts model
- Kochitech, Ibaraki Univ.
^{A}, Kyoto Univ.^{B} - Michikazu Kobayashi, Naoko Nakagawa
^{A}, Shin-ichi Sasa^{B} - 10
- Relaxation times and trade-off relation between power and efficiency in the Brownian Carnot cycle
- Division of Physics Hokkaido Univ., Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The Univ. of Tokyo
^{A} - Kosuke Miura, Yuki Izumida
^{A}, Koji Okuda - 11
- Formulation of multi-player optimal transport and interpretation by information theory and thermodynamics
- School of Science, Univ. of Tokyo, JST PRESTO
^{A} - Yuma Fujimoto, Sosuke Ito
^{A} - 12
- Speed limit for chemical reaction networks
- The Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, JST PRESTO^{B} - Kohei Yoshimura
^{A}, Sosuke Ito^{A,B} - 13
- A game-theoretic characterization of equilibrium states
- Dept. of Phys. Kyoto Univ.
- Ken Hiura

14th S1 Room 14pS1 13:30〜16:45

Theoretical Particle Physics，Division 3，Division 4，Division 11，Division 12

Discrete Geometric Analysis for Materials Design

- 1
- Discrete Geometric Analysis for Materials Research
- Tohoku University, Math. Inst.
- Motoko Kotani
- 2
- Higher order topological material and Superstring theory
- Osaka Univ., Dept. Phys.
- Koji Hashimoto
- 3
- Finite dimensional approximations in geometry and index theorem
- Univ. of Tokyo, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences
- Mikio Furuta
- 4
- Polycontinuous structure and 3-dimensional topology
- Saitama Univ., Dept. Math.
- Koya Shimokawa
- 5
- High-Throughput Prediction of the Elastic Property of Thermoplastic Elastomers by Combining Coarse-Grained Simulation and Deep Learning
- AIST, CD-FMat
- Takeshi Aoyagi

Break （15:10〜15:25)

- 6
- A discrete surface theory and its applications to material sciences
- Nagoya Univ. Grad. School Math.
- Hisashi Naito
- 7
- Fabrication of ceramic nano-composite films using minimal surfaces
- Nagoya Univ., Dept. Mater. Process Eng.
- Seiichi Takami
- 8
- Network Analysis of Polymer Materials
- Rikkyo Univ., Grad. Sch. of AI
- Takaaki Ohnishi
- 9
- Deep Learning as a Topology Tool
- Nagoya Univ., iMI
- Akihisa Ichiki

Division 3，Division 5，Division 8，Division 11

Quantum spin systems

（1D, 2D, dimer）

- 1
- Projective symmetry group analysis of inelastic light scattering in Kitaev spin liquids
- Shoji Yamamoto
- 2
- Spin excitations of the spin-1/2 quasi-one-dimensional Ising-like antiferromagnet BaCo
_{2}V_{2}O_{8}in transverse magnetic fields - AHMF, Grad. Sch. Sci., Osaka Univ., ASRC, JAEA
^{A}, IMR, Tohoku Univ.^{B}, Low Temp. Center, Osaka Univ.^{C}, ISSP, Univ. Tokyo^{D} - M. Hagiwara, A. Okutani, H. Onishi
^{A}, S. Kimura^{B}, T. Takeuchi^{C}, T. Kida, M. Mori^{A}, A. Miyake^{D}, M. Tokunaga^{D}, and K. Kindo^{D} - 3
- DMRG study of magnetic excitations of quasi-one-dimensional Ising-like antiferromagnet BaCo
_{2}V_{2}O_{8}in transverse magnetic fields - ASRC, JAEA, AHMF, Grad. Sch. of Sci., Osaka Univ.
^{A}, IMR, Tohoku Univ.^{B} - H. Onishi, M. Mori, A. Okutani
^{A}, S. Kimura^{B}, M. Hagiwara^{A} - 4
- Ground-state phase diagram and low-temperature properties of the random-bond J
_{1}-J_{2}spin chain - Osaka Univ.
^{A}, Gunma Univ.^{B}, Toyota Phys. Chem. Res. Inst.^{C} - Kazuki Uematsu
^{A}, Toshiya Hikihara^{B}, and Hikaru Kawamura^{A,C} - 5
- Frustrated random-singlet state in the random-bond J
_{1}-J_{2}spin chain - Gunma Univ., Osaka Univ.
^{A}, Toyota Phys. Chem. Res. Inst.^{B} - Toshiya Hikihara, Kazuki Uematsu
^{A}, and Hikaru Kawamura^{A,B} - 6
- Quantum spin state in one-dimensional quantum spin system Cd2Cu2(PO4)2SO4・5H2O
- Tokyo University of Science, Univ. of Toyama
^{A}, KEK^{B} - M. Fujihala, S. Mitsuda, T. Kuwai
^{A}, H. Okabe^{B}, A. Koda^{B}

Break （10:45〜11:00)

- 7
- Magnetic phase diagram and quantum critical point in spin-1/2 zigzag-chain antiferromagnet CaCoV
_{2}O_{7} - Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
- Arvind K Yogi,
^{○}Masahiko Isobe - 8
- Emergent One-dimensional magnetism in the S=1/2 two-dimensional maple-leaf-lattice antiferromagnet Bluebellite
- Department of Applied Physics and Chemical Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, ISSP, University of Tokyo
^{A} - Yuya Haraguchi, Zenji Hiroi
^{A} - 9
- Quantum magnetism of s=1/2 Heisenberg model on a maple leaf lattice
- Dept. Basic Science, Univ. of Tokyo
- Ryo Makuta, Chisa Hotta
- 10
- Magnetic Properties of Spin-1/2 Square-Lattice Heisenberg Antiferromagnet SrLaCuMO
_{6}(M = Sb, Nb) - Dept.of Phys., Tokyo Tech, KEK-IMSS
^{A}, TAC-MI, Tokyo Tech^{B} - Masari Watanabe, Nobuyuki Kurita, Masato Hagihala
^{A}, You-ichiro Matsushita^{B}, Hidekazu Tanaka - 11
- Quantum magnetism of pseudospin 1/2 honeycomb lattice YbCl
_{3}determined by NMR measurement - Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, Max-Planck Institute for Solid State Research^{B} - Eria Imada
^{A}, Y. Matsumoto^{B}, S. Schnierer^{B}, J. Bruin^{B}, K. Kitagawa^{A}and H. Takagi^{A,B} - 12
- Phase transition behaviors of the magnon BEC in the interacting dimer system TlCuCl
_{3}studied by high field ESR - IMR, Tohoku Univ., Tokyo Inst. Tech.
^{A} - N. Watanabe, S. Kimura, S. Awaji, H. Tanaka
^{A} - 13
- High-frequency ESR measurement in dimer antiferromagnet CoSeO
_{3}･2H_{2}O IV - Molecular Photoscience Research Center, Kobe Univ.
^{A}, Dept. of Phys., Kobe Univ.^{B}, Research Facility Center for Science and Technology, Kobe Univ.^{C}, Dept. of Appl. Phys, Univ. of Fukui^{D}, JST PREST^{E}, Research Center for Development of FIR, Univ. of Fukui^{F} - S. Okubo
^{A,B}, F. Funakoshi^{B}, K. Takahashi^{B}, Y. Saito^{C}, S. Hara^{D}, T. Sakurai^{C}, H. Takahashi^{A,E}, E. Ohmichi^{B}, H. Ohta^{A,B}, H. Kikuchi^{D}, Y. Fujii^{F}

- 1
- Neuronal network inference for large scale activity data
- Ibaraki Univ.
- Shun Kimura, Koujin Takeda
- 2
- NTK dynamics of approximate natural gradient descent in infinite-width deep neural networks
- AIST, Tokyo Tech
- Ryo Karakida, Kazuki Osawa
- 3
- Stationary states of ResNet with noise
- Nagoya Univ.
- Akihisa Ichiki
- 4
- Restricted Boltzmann machines with neurons and synapses as random variables
- Graduate School of Informatics Kyoto Univ.
- Masaharu Yamamoto, Jun-nosuke Teramae
- 5
- Statistical-mechanical study of deep Boltzmann machine given weight parameters after training by singular value decomposition
- Univ. of Tokyo
- Yuma Ichikawa, Koji Hukushima
- 6
- Short-term Memory Retrieval by 1-bit Compressed Sensing in Neural Networks
- Tokyo Tech, RIKEN CBS
^{A}, Kyoto U.^{B}, U. Tokyo^{C} - A. Sugisaki, Y. Terada
^{A}, T. Obuchi^{B}, Y. Kabashima^{C}

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- Relationship between chaotic property and non-linear task performance of reservoir computing
- Grad. Sch. Inform., Kyoto Univ.
- Shotaro Takasu, Toshio Aoyagi
- 8
- Recurrent neural networks that utilize their deterministic neuronal variability for probabilistic computation
- RIKEN CBS
^{A}, U Tokyo Math. Eng. Info. Phys.^{B} - Yu Terada, Taro Toyoizumi
- 9
- The relationship between information processing and internal dynamics in short-term memory tasks
- Univ. of Tokyo
- Kohei Ichikawa, Kunihiko Kaneko
- 10
- Supervised learning of LIF neurons using backward modulation of membrane potential
- Grad. Sch. Info., Kyoto Univ.
- KotaYamanaka, Jun-nosukeTeramae
- 11
- Learning algorithms and the power-law hidden unit representation of artificial neural networks
- Grad. Sch. Info., Kyoto Univ.
- Yuya Goto, Tsuyoshi Tatsukawa, Junnosuke Teramae
- 12
- Learnability and generalization ability of neural networks with power-law hidden unit representation
- Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto Univ.
- Tsuyoshi Tatsukawa, Jun-nosuke Teramae
- 13
- Supervised motor learning based on spontaneously generated random sequences
- Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto Univ.
- Aozora Okada, Jun-nosuke Teramae

Division 11

Foundations of quantum theory and other quantum mechanical systems

- 1
- Quantum ergodicity in the many body localization problem: the SYK model as an example
- CBPF
^{A}, Dept. of Phys., Kyoto Univ.^{B}, Universität zu Köln^{C}, Princeton University^{D} - Tobias Micklitz
^{A}, Felipe Monteiro^{A},^{○}Masaki Tezuka^{B}, Alexander Altland^{C}, David Huse^{D} - 2
- Semiclassical theory of quantum tunneling in non-integrable systems and complex stable manifolds III
- Department of Physics, Tokyo Metropolitan University
- Ryonosuke Koda, Akira Shudo
- 3
- Wave packet tunneling through oscillating barriers II
- Univ. of Fukui
- Norifumi YAMADA
- 4
- quark gluon cluster -- statistical mechanical formulation
- Physics Dept., Saitama Medical University
- Keiichi Akama

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 5
- Control of quantum energy transport with environmental noise
- Univ. of Yamanashi, NII
- Yoshiaki Tanoguchi, Kazunari Hashimoto
^{A}, Chikako Uciyama^{A,B} - 6
- Complex spectral analysis of quantum synchronization between double spin domains via a common bath
- Univ. of Yamanashi.
^{A}, NII^{B} - M. Kato, K. Hashimoto
^{A}, C. Uchiyama^{A,B} - 7
- Effect of exceptional point on non-adiabatic electron pumping
- Univ. of Yamanashi
- Kazunari Hashimoto
- 8
- Exceptional points and non-Markovian dynamics
- Osaka Prefecture University
- Takafumi Sawada, Kenichi Noba, Savannah Garmon
- 9
- Variation of the Exceptional Manifold of One-dimensional Molecular Chain with the Spin-Orbit Coupling in terms of an External Local Magnetic Field
- Department of Physical Sciences, Osaka Prefecture University
^{A}, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Butler University^{B} - Yujin Dunham
^{A}, Gonzalo Ordonez^{B}, Savannah Garmon^{A}, Kazuki Kanki^{A}, Satoshi Tanaka^{A}

- 1
- Deviations of SWKB quantization condition for conditionally exactly solvable systems
- TUS
- Yuta Nasuda, Nobuyuki Sawado
- 2
- Role of the Hilbert transform in the Polya-Hilbert conjecture
- Hiroshima City Univ.
- S. Kuwata, Y. Sakurai
- 3
- Relation between Gap Solitons and Solitons in the Nonliner Schrödinger Equation
- Ochanomizu Univ., QCC Keio Univ.
^{A}, RIKEN^{B} - Kayo Kinjo, Eriko Kaminishi
^{A}, Takashi Mori^{B}, Jun Sato, Tetsuo Deguchi - 4
- Analytic solutions of singular vortex lattice on hyperbolic plane
- Kitasato Univ.
- Miyamoto Kaoru, Oishi Nao, Nakamula Atsushi
- 5
- A Theoretical Confirmation of Nonlinear Fluctuating Hydrodynamics for a Two-Species Asymmetric Exclusion Process
- The University of Melbourne, Tokyo Institute of Technology
^{A} - Zeying Chen, Jan de Gier, Iori Hiki
^{A}, Tomohiro Sasamoto^{A},^{○}Masato Usui^{A} - 6
- Free energy of square lattice 3 state Clock model
- Dept. of Engineering Sciences, Univ. of Electro-Communications
- Noriyuki Suzuki

Break （10:30〜10:45)

- 7
- Reducible Verma modules over Jacobi algebra
- Osaka Pref. Univ., Bulgarian Acad. Sci.
^{A} - N. Aizawa, S. Doi, V.K.Dobrev
^{A} - 8
- Self-adaptive moving mesh schemes for general boundary conditions and numerical computations
- Waseda Univ., Kobe Univ.
^{A} - Ken-ichi Maruno, Yasuhiro Ohta
- 9
- Δ-continuity of Bethe eigenstates in the S=1/2 XXZ chain
- Kanagawa Univ.
- Tetsuhiko Chikyu
- 10
- Self-consistent soliton dynamics of Fermi superfluids and the Davey-Stewartson solution cross-section
- Chuo University
- Daisuke Takahashi
- 11
- Three Expressions for Meniscus at Flat Wall
- Office TS
- Toru Shimizu

15th M1 Room 15aM1 11:00〜11:40

Division 12，Division 11

Commemorative Lecture for Fumiko Yonezawa Memorial Prize

- 1
- Diffusion and phase transitions of biomacromolecules inside cell-sized droplets
- Grad. Sch. Arts Sci., Univ. Tokyo
- Miho Yanagisawa

Theoretical Nuclear Physics，Experimental Nuclear Physics，Division 11

Evolution of time hierarchy in nuclear reactions

- 1
- introduction
- RCNP, Osaka Univ./Osaka City Univ./NITEP
- Kazuyuki Ogata
- 2
- description of transition from the pre-equilibrium stage to a compound nucleus in terms of the multi-step reactions
- LANL
- Toshihiko Kawano
- 3
- Quantum dynamics in open quantum system by quantum walk
- KQCC / JST PRETO / IQS, Chapman Univ.
- Yutaka Shikano
- 4
- Quantum multi-step process studied with neutron optics
- RCNP, Osaka Univ.
- Tatsushi Shima

Break （10:25〜10:40)

- 5
- Decoherence and quantum dissipation of quarkonium in relativistic heavy-ion collisions
- Osaka Univ.
- Yukinao Akamatsu
- 6
- Effects of energy dissipation in fusion reactions around the Coulomb barrier
- Tohoku Univ.
- Masaaki Tokieda
- 7
- Interplay of quantal and classical aspects in nuclear fission
- Tokyo Tech.
- Satoshi Chiba

^{●}1- Multicritical pinch-offs on the Triangular and Kagome lattice.
- Okinawa Inst. of Sci. and Tech.
^{A}, Tata Inst. of Fundamental Res., Mumbai, India^{B} - Geet Rakala
^{A}, Kedar Damle^{B} ^{●}2- Analogues of light and gravity in the collective excitations of quantum magnets
- OIST
^{A}, Waseda Univ.^{B}, Rice Univ.^{C} - Leilee Chojnacki
^{A}, Rico Pohle^{B}, Han Yan^{A,C}and Nic Shannon^{A} ^{●}3- Projective symmetry group classifications of quantum spin liquids on the simple cubic, body centered cubic, and face centered cubic lattices
- Okinawa Inst. of Sci. and Tech.
- Jonas Sonnenschein
- 4
- Two-dimensional coherent spectroscopy and photon echo in quantum spin chains
- Chinese Academy of Sciences, ISSP UTokyo
^{A} - Zi-Long Li,
^{○}Masaki Oshikawa^{A}, Yuan Wan - 5
- Criticality of quantum phase transition between the helical valence-bond and antiferromagnetic phases
- IOP
^{A}, BU^{B} - Jun Takahashi, Bowen Zhao, Anders W. Sandvik
- 6
- Magnetization Process of Antiferromagnetic Chain with the Bi-Quadratic Interaction
- Univ. Hyogo
^{A}, QST SPring-8^{B} - Toru Sakai
^{A,B}, Madoka Teramura^{A}, Rintaro Niyama^{A}, Rito Furuuchi^{A} - 7
- symmetry protected topological phase of the S=2 antiferromagnetic chain with the biquadratic interaction
- Univ. Hyogo
^{A}, Kobe U^{B}, Osaka Pref U^{C}, QST SPring-8^{D} - Takaharu Yamada
^{A}, Rito Furuuchi^{A}, Hiroki Nakano^{A}, Hirono Kaneyasu^{A}, Kiyomi Okamoto^{A}, Takashi Tonegawa^{B,C}, Toru Sakai^{A,D}

Break （15:15〜15:30)

- 8
- Nematic TLL Phase of the S=1/2 Ferromagnetic-Antiferromagnetic Bond-Alternating Chain: Perturbation Theory
- Univ. of Hyogo
^{A}, Kobe Univ.^{B}, Osaka Prefecture Univ.^{C}, Kyushu Univ.^{C}, QST/SPring-8^{E} - Kiyomi Okamoto
^{A}, Takashi Tonegawa^{B,C}, Kiyohide Nomura^{D}, Toru Sakai^{A,E} - 9
- Nematic TLL Phase of the S=1/2 Ferromagnetic-Antiferromagnetic Bond-Alternating Chain: Numerical Calculations
- Kobe Univ.
^{A}, Osaka Prefecture Univ.^{B}, Univ. of Hyogo^{C}, Kyushu Univ.^{D}, QST/SPring-8^{E} - Takashi Tonegawa
^{A,B}, Kiyomi Okamoto^{C}, Kiyohide Nomura^{D}, Toru Sakai^{C,E} - 10
- spin nematic phase of the anisotropic bond-alternating chain
- Univ. Hyogo
^{A}, Kobe U^{B}, Osaka Pref U^{C}, QST SPring-8^{D} - Ryosuke Nakanishi
^{A}, Rito Furuuchi^{A}, Yasumasa Hasegawa^{A}, Hiroki Nakano^{A}, Hirono Kaneyasu^{A}, Kiyomi Okamoto^{A}, Takashi Tonegawa^{B,C}, Toru Sakai^{A,D} - 11
- Description of spin nematic phases by dimer basis and two-magnon bound states
- Dept. of Basic Science, Univ. of Tokyo, YITP, Kyoto Univ.
^{A} - Katsuhiro Tanaka, Keisuke Totsuka
^{A}, Chisa Hotta - 12
- Generating Function for Tensor Network Diagrammatic Summation
- Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo, University of Maryland
^{A}, Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics^{B} - Wei-Lin Tu, Huan-Kuang Wu
^{A}, Norbert Schuch^{B}, Naoki Kawashima, Ji-Yao Chen^{B} - 13
- Quantum spin solver near saturation: QS
^{3} - Osaka Univ., PRESTO
^{A}, RIKEN^{B}, OIST^{C} - Hiroshi Ueda
^{A}, Seiji Yunoki^{B}, Tokuro Shimokawa^{C} - 14
- Application of the generalized squeezed ensemble
- KIS, Univ. Tokyo, Dept. Basic Science, Univ. Tokyo
- Yasushi Yoneta, Akira Shimizu

- 1
- Acceleration of mass transport simulation in solids by evolutionary algorithms
- Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci.
- Koichi Kusakabe
- 2
- An assessment of the accuracy of machine-learning forces for SiO2 and Si/Ge binary systems
- C-AIR
^{A}, NIMS^{B} - Jianbo Lin
^{A,B}, Ryo Tamura^{B}, Yasunori Futamura^{A}, Tsuyoshi Miyazaki^{B}, and Tetsuya Sakurai^{A} - 3
- Thermodynamical analysis of Li-intercalated graphite from first-principles
- ISSP, Kyoto Univ.
^{A}, NIMS^{B}, AIST^{C} - Jun Haruyama, Shigeharu Takagi
^{A}, Keiji Shimoda^{A}, Iwao Watanabe^{A}, Keitaro Sodeyama^{B}, Tamio Ikeshoji^{C}, Minoru Otani^{C} - 4
- Attempt to evaluate orbital momentum density using first-principles calculation
- Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University
^{A}, Institute of Science and Engineering, Kanazawa University^{B} - Ko Hyodo
^{A}, Masao Obata^{A,B}, and Tatsuki Oda^{A,B} - 5
- Muffin-tin based Localized Orbital method for constructing low-energy models from first-principles
- Tottori Univ., AMES Tottori, CSRN-Osaka
- Hirofumi Sakakibara and Takao Kotani
- 6
- Density functional theory for superconductors based on the adiabatic connection formula
- Dept. of Phys. The Univ. of Tokyo
- Yuma Hizume, Ryosuke Akashi

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Current-density functional theory for superconductors immersed in a magnetic field (IV)
- Hiroshima Univ., Shinshu Univ.
^{A} - K. Higuchi, N. Matsumoto, Y. Kamijo
^{A}, and M. Higuchi^{A} - 8
- Functional-renormalization-group construction of correlation part of energy density functional for electron systems in local density approximation
- RIKEN iTHEMS
^{A}, ISSP, U. Tokyo^{B}, Dept. of Phys., U. Tokyo^{C}, RIKEN Nishina Center^{D} - Takeru Yokota
^{A,B}, Tomoya Naito^{C,D} - 9
- Study of optimal meanfield calculation for GW approximation calculation
- Dept. of Phys., College of Science, Tamkang Univ., Research Center for X-ray Science, College of Science, Tamkang Univ.
^{A} - Jun Inagaki, Hung-Chung Hsueh
^{A} ^{●}10- Avoiding the curse of dimensionality in solving diagrammatic equations at the two-particle level
- Saitama Univ., TU-Wien
^{A} - Hiroshi Shinaoka, Markus, Wallerberger
^{A}, Anna Kauch^{A} - 11
- The study on the relationship between quasi-particle theory and the density functional theory.
- Yokohama Nat. Univ., Dept. of Phys.
- Takeru Nakashima, Ohno Kaoru
- 12
- Recent progress in a quantum Monte Carlo package “TurboRVB”: application to phonon dispersion calculation.
- JAIST
^{A}, SISSA^{B}, IMPMC^{C} - Kousuke Nakano
^{A,B}, Tommaso Morresi^{C}, Michele Casula^{C}, Ryo Maezono^{A}, and Sandro Sorella^{B}

15th L2 Room 15pL2 13:30〜16:30

Division 11

Neural networks 2, statistical mechanics of information processing 2

- 1
- Anomaly detection in materials by a convolution of nonlinear phonetic wave and its time reversed wave using deep neural network techniques
- Faculty of Sci. & Engr. Teikyo University
- Sadataka Furui
- 2
- A study of phase transitions using self-learning hybrid Monte Carlo methods for classical particles systems
- Univ. of Tokyo
- Matsubara Kazuki, Hukushima Koji
- 3
- An effective construction scheme of artificial neural network based interatomic potentials for computing thermal conductivity II
- Dept. of Phys., Kumamoto Univ.
- K. Shimamura, Y. Takeshita, S. Fukushima, A. Koura, and F. Shimojo
- 4
- Diagnosis of the Invasion Depth of Gastric Cancer by Deep Neural Networks
- Okayama Univ.
- Toshiaki Aida, Yoshiro Kawahara, Kenta Hamada and Hiroyuki Okada
- 5
- Likelihood variation-based contact prediction for protein sequences
- Sorbonne University. and ENS Paris
- Kai Shimagaki, Martin Weigt, Francesco Zamponi
- 6
- Statistical-mechanical study of immune T-B cell networks 2
- The University of Tokyo
- Satomi Ito, Koji Hukushima

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Dynamics of Environmental Prediction Model For Human Sensitivity
- NITGC, NITAC
^{A}, NUT^{B} - Yohei Saika, Yuichi Nakamura
^{A}, Tomoyasu Ichimura, Masahiro Nakagawa^{B} - 8
- Inference of time evolution equations from time series by using machine learning-Time evolution equations of order parameter for Kuramoto model, Brusselator and Lorenz model-
- Nara Women's Univ., No affiliation
^{A} - Yuki Watanabe, Tatsuya Uezu
^{A} - 9
- Estimation of graph spectra via random-directed resampling
- Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo, AIST
^{A} - Masaki Ochi, Tatsuro Kawamoto
^{A} - 10
- Automatic tuning of prior parameter in sparse matrix factorization algorithm
- Graduate School of Sci. and Eng., Ibaraki Univ.
- Ryota Kawasumi, Koujin Takeda
- 11
- Relationship between Schreiber's transfer entropy and Liang–Kleeman information flow from the perspective of stochastic thermodynamics
- Osaka Kyoiku University
- Hirohito Kiwata

- 1
- Estimation of interaction function of phase dynamics by Gaussian process
- Graduate School of Informatics Kyoto Univ.
- Daigo Fujiwara, Toshio Aoyagi
- 2
- Asymptotic phase for quantum synchronization in the strong quantum regime
- Tokyo Tech
- Kato Yuzuru, Nakao Hiroya
- 3
- Bifurcation analysis of the combustion oscillation using hydrodynamic simulation
- Grad. Sch. of Sci. and Eng., Chiba Univ., Grad. Sch. of Sci., Chiba Univ.
^{A} - Yuki Araya, Hiroaki ito
^{A}, Hiroyuki Kitahata^{A} - 4
- Estimation of Coupling Strength from oscillation data using Hilbert Transform
- Info. Sci. and Tech., Univ. of Tokyo
^{A}, Front. Sci., Univ. of Tokyo^{B} - Akari Matsuki
^{A}, Ryota Kobayashi^{B}, Hiroshi Kori^{B} - 5
- Topological synchronization of coupled nonlinear oscillators
- Grad. School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo, Grad. School of Science, Univ. Tokyo
^{A} - Kazuki Sone, Yuto Ashida
^{A}, Takahiro Sagawa - 6
- Aging transition in coupled-oscillator systems with frequency difference between active and inactive elements
- Dept. of Science, Kagoshima Univ.
- Shintaro Kamikawa, Hiroki Hata,
^{○}Shigefumi Hata

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- Bayesian estimation of coupling functions with trial-to-trial variability
- Hirosaki Univ., Waseda Univ.
^{A} - Wataru Kurebayashi, Akito Miura
^{A} - 8
- Synchronization in coupled density oscillators: effect of system symmetry
- Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Chiba Univ., Graduate School of Science, Chiba Univ.
^{A} - Nana Takeda, Hiroaki Ito
^{A}, Hiroyuki Kitahata^{A} - 9
- Finding dense networks that do not synchronize
- Graduate School of Kyoto University
- Ryosuke Yoneda, Tsuyoshi Tatsukawa
- 10
- Synchronization analysis of coupled oscillator in complex networks;Relationships between characteristics of network graph and synchronization
- Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Division of Natural Sciences
- Mayumi Yamazaki, Mikito Toda
- 11
- Inference approach to extract interactions between rhythmic dynamical systems with a large number of degrees of freedom
- Kyoto Univ., JAMSTEC
^{A} - Arai Takahiro, Yoji Kawamura
^{A}, Toshio Aoyagi - 12
- Effect of three-body interaction on globally coupled phase oscillators subjected to noise
- Grad. Sch. I.S.T, The University of Tokyo, GSFS, The University of Tokyo
- Yuichiro Marui, Hiroshi Kori

- 1
- Optical leverage in Laser particle tracking
- Grad. Sch. of Sci. Kyushu Univ.
- Shono Inokuchi, Daisuke Mizuno
- 2
- Liquid-liquid phase separation in cell-free gene expression driven by non-equilibrium interface
- Dept. of Physics, Kyushu Univ.
- Shuzo Kato, Yusuke T. Maeda
- 3
- Kinetic Control of DNA Hybridization Error
- Tohoku Univ.
- Hiroyuki Aoyanagi, Shinji Ono, Shoichi Toyabe
- 4
- Experimental validation of thermodynamic speed limit in living cells based on information geometry
- UTokyo
^{A}, NIBB^{B}, PRESTO^{C} - Keita Ashida
^{A}, Kazuhiro Aoki^{B}, Sosuke Ito^{A,C} - 5
- The biological significance of the amplitude-period relationship in circadian clocks
- Univ. of Tokyo, Dept. of Basic Sci.
- Tetsuhiro S. Hatakeyama, Hiroshi Ito, Irina Mihalcescu
- 6
- Phase separated droplet of nucleic acid polymer and peptides under temperature gradients
- Kyushu Univ. Dept. Phys.
- Mizuho Shirai, Yusuke T. Maeda

Break （15:00〜15:15)

- 7
- End-to-end interaction of protein needle and two-dimensional collective ordering
- Dept. of Phys., Kyushu Univ., Sch. of Life Sci. and Tech., Tokyo Tech
^{A} - Tatsuya Fukuyama, Kosuke Kikuchi
^{A}, Takafumi Ueno^{A}, Yusuke T. Maeda - 8
- Study on nearly planetary motion in rotary ratchet models driven by nonlinear forces
- Grad. Schl. of Informatics, Kyoto Univ.
- TUTU Hiroki
- 9
- Model Analysis of Workload Compensation in Ant Colonies
- MIMS, Meiji Univ.
- Hiraku Nishimori, Masashi Shiraishi, Osamu Yamanaka
- 10
- Microeconomics of sub-optimal metabolism
- Grad. Sch. of Arts and Sci., Univ. of Tokyo
- Jumpei F Yamagishi, Tetsuhiro S Hatakeyama
- 11
- Analysis of the task allocation mechanism using Response Threshold model based on local information sharing
- Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences, Meiji University
- Masashi Shiraishi, Osamu Yamanaka, Hiraku Nishimori