Program: posters

Instructions for poster presentations

Display time of the posters is from 12:00 on September 20 to 16:30 on September 21. Please put your poster on the poster board in the foyer of Koshiba Hall after 12:00 on the first day, and remove them after 16:30 on the second day.

Presentation time is from 12:30 to 14:30 on September 21. A snack lunch (sandwiches, etc.) will be provided for all the participants of the poster session.

The size of the poster board will be W x H = 1120mm × 1720mm, portrait.
(A0 is suitable for the board.)
We will prepare the pins to fix the posters.

We have a poster indexing session from 11:30 to 12:30 on September 21st.
In this session, each poster presenter is expected to explain his/her poster within 1 minutes and 30 seconds. Please prepare 1 page slide (pdf format) for the poster indexing, and send it to recs-index@compsci-alliance.jp by September 18th. (Do not send a poster itself as a slide for the poster indexing.)

P01 Yuki Harada Bayesian Inference Based Performance Prediction For Massively Parallel Numerical Solver
P02 Osamu Ishimura Systematic Generation of Optimized Codes of Stencil Computation for HPC System with a
Hierarchical Structure
P03 Yudai Konno Optimized Pfaffian Computation
P04 Naoya Nomura The Evaluation of the SA-AMG Method by Applying Hybrid Parallelization on Cluster
Supercomputer System
P05 Daiki Adachi Acceleration of Markov chain Monte Carlo method with multiple Markov chains
P06 Shotaro Doi First-principles based calculation of magnetic properties at finite temperature
P07 Kota Ido Variational Monte Carlo study of a magnetization curve of the Kitaev honeycomb model under a
magnetic field
P08 Fumihiro Imoto A simple method to construct local pseudopotentials via the Kohn-Sham inversion procedure
P09 Ryui Kaneko Tensor-product-state description of a gapless Kitaev spin liquid revisited
P10 Eisuke Kawashima Development of organic solar cell simulators for material design
P11 Zi Hong Liu Itinerant quantum critical point with frustration and a non-Fermi liquid
P12 Petr Mishchenko Quantum Monte Carlo study of a three-dimensional chiral spin liquid on a hypernonagon lattice
P13 Krzysztof Moorthi Effect of stacking on polarizability of organic liquids
P14 Iurii Sergeevich Nagornov Stochastic Non-empirical approach of the reaction path seeking: Application to argon cluster
P15 Yusuke Nomura Machine learning for solving quantum many-body problems
P16 Takahiro Ohgoe Resummation of diagrammatic series with zero convergence radius for the unitary Fermi gas
P17 Ken Okada Noncoplanar spin textures in spin-orbit coupled metals
P18 Ken Okada Dissipationless Edelstein effect in Rashba insulators
P19 Tsuyoshi Okubo Tensor network study of Kitaev materials
P20 Shun Okumura Nonreciprocal spin current in monoaxial chiral magnets
P21 Kouichi Seki Monte Carlo studies of phase transitions for cuboc orders in stacked kagome Heisenberg systems
P22 Motoyuki Shiga Locating Free Energy Landmarks of Chemical Reactions
P23 Tatsuhiko Shirai Thermalization of driven dissipative systems based on eigenstate thermalization hypothesis
P24 Yasushi Yoneta Generalized ensemble and its application
P25 Seiji Yoshikawa Crystal structure simulation by assimilating incomplete powder diffraction data: First application to
magnetic material
P26 Masaaki Geshi Human resource development program in computational science,
Advanced computational science A & B
P27 Hiori Kino Materials informatics hands-on in python language and Orange workflow
P28 Kazuyoshi Yoshimi Introduction of software development activities through “ Project for advancement of software
usability in materials science”
P29 Takahiro Misawa MateriApps – a portal to materials science simulations
P30 Takeo Kato Materials Science Simulation by MateriApps LIVE! and MateriApps Installer