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Workshop 'Development of next-generation quantum material research platform' (Next QUMAT2017)
4. Dec. 2017
Faculty of Engineering Bldg 8, B1, Lecture Room 85, University of Tokyo

(5. Dec) The workshop was closed and the (incomplete) slides of the talks will be available here.

Organizer: 
Takeo Hoshi, Aiichiro Nakano, Junichi Iwata, Kengo Nakajima 

Scope:
The present workshop aims the international collaborationship, mainly between Japan and US, for the material research 'platform' on the next-generation supercomputers. The 'platform' will realize seamless research of simulation and data-driven science,  both for academic and industrial purposes.

Speakers and titles
  1. (13:00-13:20) Takeo Hoshi (Tottori University) 'Opening: development of next-generation quantum material research platform'; slide(maybe incomplete): slide (may be incomplete)
  2. (13:20-14:10) Aiichiro Nakano (University of Southern California) 'Quantum and reactive molecular dynamics simulations on the next-generation US supercomputers' (Plenary); slide(maybe incomplete):slide (may be incomplete)
  3. (14:20-14:45) Kohei Shimamura (Kobe University) 'Application of ab initio molecular dynamics simulation to investigate the origin of life'; slide (maybe incomplete)
  4. (14:45-15:10) Yasushi Shinohara (University of Tokyo), 'First-principles simulation for nonlinear optical phenomena beyond local-density approximation';slide (maybe incomplete)
  5. (15:10-15:35) Junichi Iwata (University of Tokyo) 'Large-scale first-principles calculations based on the density functional theory with a real-space finite-difference method'; slide (maybe incomplete)
  6. (15:45-16:10) Kazuyoshi Yoshimi (University of Tokyo) 'Development and enhancing usability of open-source software toward constructing user-friendly platform on supercomputer'; slide (maybe incomplete)
  7. (16:10-16:35) Takatoshi Fujita (Institute for Molecular Science) 'Development of fragment molecular orbital method for organic optoelectronic materials';slide (maybe incomplete)
  8. (16:35-17:00)  Shinya Nishino (SUMITOMO CHEMICAL) 'Wave packet dynamics simulation of guest-host emissive materials'
  9. (17:10-17:35)  Yoshinori Nakanishi-Ohno (University of Tokyo) 'Data-driven diagnosis for compressed sensing with sparse modeling'
  10. (17:35-18:00)   Kengo Nakajima (University of Tokyo) 'Application development framework for manycore architectures in Post-K/Post-Moore era'; slide (maybe incomplete)

Time Table 
Workshp: 13:00-18:00
Banquet: 18:30-20:30 (CHANGED!) (optional, 6000yen)

Banquet will be held
at Lever son Verre Hongo
http://leversonverre-tokyo.com/restaurant/hongo/
in Forest Hongo
http://www.forest-hongo.com/en/index.html
The registration for the banquet was closed. 

No fee is required, except the banquet.

Acknowledgement:(main fund) 
JHPCN Project (jh170058-NAHI)
 'Development of next-generation quantum material research platform'
CDMSI (Priority issue 7 of the post-K computer), 
KAKENHI