International Young Researchers Workshop

on Synchrotron Radiation Science 2019

Front-line and Future Prospects of Synchrotron Radiation Science by integrating

Next-Generation Light Sources, Measurement Techniques and Informatics


September 3–4, 2019

Room E102 & E104, Faculty of Science, Higashi-Hiroshima Campus, Hiroshima University


Sponsored by Thin Film and Surface Physics Division, The Japan Society of Applied Physics

Co-sponsored by Hiroshima University, HiSOR, Hiroshima University, SRRC, QST, and Higashihiroshima City

News

Aug 15, 2019 Program is updated.

Aug 1, 2019 The deadline of Abstract Submission is extended to Aug. 18, 2019.

Jun 7, 2019 Registration and poster abstract submission opened.

Jun 7, 2019 Workshop website opened.

Scope

Nowadays, “next-generation high-brilliant light sources”, such as X-ray free electron laser, ultrashort-pulse laser, and new synchrotron radiation light sources, have been advanced. By utilizing them, new scientific developments are expected among various academic and applied research fields including telecommunications, nano-technologies, material sciences, life sciences, environment, energy, earth sciences, and so on. Therefore, it is highly important for young researchers, who will bear next-generation synchrotron radiation science, to form new researcher networks between different research fields regardless each of those research fields, in order to develop each specialized field by exchanging technologies and methodologies between different fields, and furthermore, to create a new research fields due to a fusion of different fields.

This international workshop will thus aim to make a foundation for knowledge exchange and new collaborative research by sharing advanced researches, methods, problems, and near-future visions in each of research field via various sessions including leading scientific researches as well as instrumental/technical developments utilizing advanced synchrotron light sources or XFEL, material and measurement informatics. The workshop will provide an excellent opportunity to promote development and globalization of young researchers by tutorial talks, invited talks from overseas synchrotron facilities, and a poster session. All the sessions will be held in English.

Important dates

Jun 7, 2019 Registration opens & Poster abstract submission opens

Aug 1, 2019 Registration & Poster abstract submission close

Sep 3–4 , 2019 Workshop

Registration

Registration fee: FREE

Poster presentation is not mandatory.

Invited speakers

Shinichi Adachi (KEK)

Jiro Itatani (Univ. Tokyo)

Yoshio Takahashi (Univ. Tokyo)

Makoto Hashimoto (SSRL)

Yasuo Takeichi (KEK)

Naoka Nagamura (NIMS/JST PRESTO)

Jun Miyawaki (Univ. Tokyo)

Shinji Miwa (Univ. Tokyo)

Koichi Matsuo (Hiroshima Univ.)

Yuya Kubota (JASRI/RIKEN)

Shigeki Owada (JASRI/RIKEN)

Hiroto Motoyama (Univ. Tokyo)

Shinichi Wada (Hiroshima Univ.)

Yuta Suzuki (Sokendai/KEK/JST ACT-i)

Kentaro Kutsukake (RIKEN AIP)

Kotaro Saito (KEK)

Yuma Iwasaki (NEC/JST PRESTO)

Donglai Feng (Fudan University)

Soonnam Kwon (POSTECH)

Jun Okamoto (NSRRC)

Program

Detailed program here

Sep 3, 2019

12:00 Reception opens

13:00–18:00 Oral & Poster sessions

18:30–20:30 Banquet


Sep 4, 2019

9:00–17:00 Oral session

17:20–17:50 HiSOR tour (optional)


Venue

Room E102 & E104, Faculty of Science,

Higashi-Hiroshima Campus, Hiroshima University

1-3-1 Kagamiyama, Higashihiroshima, Japan

Contact

Hideaki Iwasawa (Hiroshima University)

E-mail: h-iwasawa@hiroshima-u.ac.jp

Sponsor

Thin Film and Surface Physics Division, The Japan Society of Applied Physics


Co-sponsors

Hiroshima University

Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center, Hiroshima University

Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Kansai Photon Science Research Institute, Quantum Beam Science Research Directorate, National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology

Higashihiroshima City


Organizers

Hideaki Iwasawa (Hiroshima Univ.), Tetsuro Ueno (QST), Yuya Kubota (JASRI), Naoka Nagamura (NIMS/JST PRESTO), Hiroki Wadati (Univ. Hyogo)