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 email@example.com 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
|P03||Yudai Konno||Optimized Pfaffian Computation|
|P04||Naoya Nomura||The Evaluation of the SA-AMG Method by Applying Hybrid Parallelization on Cluster
|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
|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
|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|