CMRI Symposium Program
CMRI Semi-annual symposium January 21, 22  Instittue for Materials Research, Tohoku University
21 (Mon.)            
Chairman  T. Mohri            
  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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