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日付: 
2013/01/10
概要: 
 CMRI Symposium Program
 
 
CMRI Semi-annual symposium January 21, 22  Instittue for Materials Research, Tohoku University
       
Program        
       
21 (Mon.)            
Chairman  T. Mohri            
 13:00              
  Opening Remark M. Niinomi Head of Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku U.    
  Opening talk  T. Hayashi  Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and S;ort    
    Next Generation Supercomputer project K and High Performance Computational Infrastructure in Japan  
  Session  Science of Solidification        
Chairman S. Ohno            
13:30 1 ① T. Takagi  Kyoto Institute of Technology      
    Large-scale computation of dendritic competitive growth by phase-field method    
14:00 1 ② M. Oode National Institute for Materials Science      
    Solidification simulation of Mg-Y-Zn alloy using phase-field model      
14:30 1 ③ H. Esaka  et al. National Defence Academy Japan       
    3D Analysis of Grain Selection during Solidification using EBSD      
15:00 Intermission
  Session Multiscale Design of Ferroelectrics Materials      
Chairman N. Matsuura            
15:20 2 ① T. Nishimatsu  Instittue for Materials Research, Tohoku Univ.      
    Direct Molecular-Dynamics Simulations of Electrocaloric Effect in Ferroelectrics    
15:50 2 ② H. Moriwake Japan Fine Ceramics Center      
    Li ion battery materials research by collaboration between atomistic level characterizations and theoretical calculations
16:20 2 ③ N. Fu Shizuoka Univ.      
    Development of ABO3 perovskite piezoelectrics with A-site design      
16:50 2 ④ Y. Iwasaki  Taiyo Yuden Co Ltd.      
    First-principles calculation of carrier-electron induced changes in ferroelectricity and the origin of ferroelectricity.
17:20 Intermission
Chairman M. Kohyama            
17:40 Invited lecture K. Takanashi Instittue for Materials Research, Tohoku Univ.    
    Spin current and spintronics  - From the viewpoint of materials -    
18:25 Report K -project H. Sawada  Nippo Steel Sumitomo Metals Co. Ltd.      
18:40 Party
               
               
22 (Tue)            
  Session  All Electron spectra -experiment and theory-      
Chairman K. Ohno            
9:00 3 ① K. Ohno Yokohama National University      
    All-electron spectra by means of TOMBO        
    R. Sahara Instittue for Materials Research, Tohoku Univ.      
    Effect of a nickel cluster on the dissociation process of hydrogen molecule by TOMBO    
9:30 3 ② T. Tamura  Nagoya Institute o Technology      
    First-principles study of charge-discharge reaction in Li-rich layered cathode material    
10:00 3 ③ T. Mizoguchi  Univ. of Tokyo      
    Core-loss spectroscopy: experiment and calculation      
10:30 3 ④ S. Sohma and
   T. Takahashi
WPI., Tohoku U.      
    Dirac electron systems studied by spin-resolved ARPES       
11:00 Intermission
  Session Magnetism in Steel        
Chairman M. Kohyama            
11:20 4 ② K. Terakura Japan Advance Institute of Science and Techonology    
    On the importance of magnetism in iron and steel materials      
12:00 4 ③ H. Ohtsuka National Institute for Materials Science      
    Current status and future prospect of First-principles calculations  in Steel Research    
12:40 Lunch
Chairman S. Ogata            
13:30 Invited lecture S. Fujimoto Osaka Univ.      
    Current Trend and Prospect of Computational approach to Corrosion Science and Engineering  
  International Session          
chairman I. Tanaka            
14:15 1 ④ Ingo Steinbach &
    Oleg Shchyglo
ICAMS, Ruhr-University, Germany      
    Phase-field formulation for heterogeneous systems and its implementation into the OpenPhase library
Chairman K. Ohno            
15:00 3  M. Sluiter Delft Univ. of Technology
     
    Down to the core of TOMBO: Hyperfine interactions and beyond      
Chairman T. Mohri            
 15:45 4 ④ Igor Abrikosov Department of Physics and Measurement Technology (IFM), Linköpings University       
    Ab initio simulations of paramagnetic state: effects of temperature and electron correlations.     
16:30 Closing remark            

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