Junior Research Programs

Universality of Strongly Correlated Few–body and Many–body Quantum Systems

Program Theme

​​This program aims to develop our fundamental understanding of strongly correlated quantum matters, including hadrons, nuclear, and cold atom systems. It will focus particularly on their universal behaviors emerging close to the strongly interacting limit, such as the unitary limit. This workshop will be held for a long term (5 weeks long) at Tohoku University. The House for Creativity will provide working spaces and extensive opportunities for free discussion and collaboration among participants.​
​This Program will be held from August 26th to September 27th, 2024.

Events

Conference: Universality of Quantum Systems: From Cold Atoms, Nuclei, to Hadron Physics
(September 4, 2024 – September 5, 2024)

Registration  [Jul. 04, 2024 Updated]

Registration deadline:
Sunday, June 30th, 2024 Tuesday, July 16th, 2024 (applying for oral presentation in conference)
Wednesday, July 31st, 2024 (regular participation)
Registration Form

Organizers

Shimpei Endo
(Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Science, University of Electro–Communications)

Keisuke Fujii
(Research Fellow, Department of Physics, University of Tokyo)

Masaru Hongo
(Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science Niigata University; Visiting Scientist, RIKEN Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences Program (iTHEMS))

Daisuke Yoshida
(Lecturer, Department of Physics, Tohoku University)

Confirmed Participants

Chris H. Greene
(Purdue University)

Hans W. Hammer
(Technische Universität Darmstadt)

Dam Thanh Son
(University of Chicago)

Tokuro Fukui
(Kyushu University)

Lucas Happ
(RIKEN)

Astushi Hosaka
(Osaka University / Japan Atomic Energy Agency)

Tetsuo Hyodo
(Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Pascal Naidon
(RIKEN)

Yusuke Nishida
(Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Yuta Sekino
(RIKEN)

Hiroyuki Tajima
(University of Tokyo)

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