REIMEI Workshop on Universal Features of Quantum Flows with Spin, Orbital and Tensor Correlations

February 17-19, 2020, Ibaraki Quantum Beam Research Center, Tokai, Japan

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The Workshop "Universal Features of Quantum Flows with Spin, Orbital and Tensor Correlations" will be held in February 17-19, 2020 at Ibaraki Quantum Beam Research Center, Tokai, Japan. This workshop is a part of REIMEI activities conducted at ASRC/JAEA, "Universal physics in Many-Body Quantum Systems - From Atoms to Quarks -". In this workshop, we would like to discuss physics that we can study by using spin, orbital (angular momentum) and tensor correlations. They include:

These phenomena should occur in various physical systems. This is the reason that we put "universal" in the workshop title, and we expect that people from various fields can join and discuss.


Fill the following information and send it to
Prof. Atsushi Hosaka (hosaka [atmark] and Dr. Toshiki Maruyama (maruyama.toshiki [atmark]
by January 31
(Replace [atmark] with @). The registration fee is 1,000 yen.

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(1) Name:
(2) Affiliation (with postal address, for Japanese, please write it in Japanese):
(3) Position:
(4) E-mail:
(5) Arrival date:
(6) Departure date:
(7) Lunch (500 yen/day):
2/17 yes/no
2/18 yes/no
2/19 yes/no
* We recommend you to request lunch box because restaurants/shops around here are not very convenient.
(8) Reception (4,000 yen, on 2/17 (mon)) :
(9) Poster (We will prepare a board for A0 size): yes/no
If yes, please provide the poster title:
(10) Request for support (available number of support is limited): yes/no
(11) Request for accommodation (guesthouse of JAEA or J-PARC, available number of rooms is limited): yes/no
(12) Any request. The date/time you will be available, dietary and so on.


Please pay the following amount at the registration desk by cash:


Download PDF (updated on Feb. 14). We will have a workshop dinner in the evening of Feb. 17 (pre-registration needed). In addition, we will organize a poster session in the evening of Feb. 18, offering some wine and snacks. All the participants are welcome to come to the poster session and to enjoy wine!

Presenting posters

We will prepare poster boards, where one can put A0-size posters. The presenters can put their posters on the panel they like (we do not assign the place) during the whole workshop. The pins will be prepared near the panels.


Araki, Yasufumi (JAEA)
Arifi, Jafar Ahmad (RCNP/JAEA)
Gubler, Philipp (JAEA)
Hammer, Hans-Werner (TU Darmstadt)
Hatano, Naomichi (Tokyo)
Horiuchi, Wataru (Hokkaido)
Ichikawa, Yuichi (RIKEN)
Iwasaki, Sachio (TITech)
Kato, Yuji (Nagoya)
Kawaguchi, Yuki (Nagoya)
Lyu, Menjiao (RCNP)
Maruyama, Tomoyuki (Nihon Univ.)
Matsuo, Mamoru (Univ. Chinese Academy Sci.)
Minato, Futoshi (JAEA)
Miwa, Koji (Tohoku)
Myo, Takayuki (Osaka Inst. Tech.)
Oka, Makoto (JAEA)
Nakata, Koki (JAEA)
Schmickler, Christiane (RIKEN)
Sekiguchi, Kimiko (Tohoku)
Sombillo, Denny Lane Basco (RCNP)
Tanida, Kiyoshi (JAEA)
Taya, Hidetoshi (Fudan)
Terashima, Satoru (Beihang)
Yamaguchi, Yasuhiro (RIKEN)
Yamamoto, Naoki (Keio)
Yang, Di-Lun (Keio)
Yoshida, Kazuki (JAEA)
Yoshida, Shinsuke (S. China Normal Univ.)


We have kept tens of rooms at the Masago International Dormitory and the J-PARC Dormitory, both of which are within walking distance from the workshop venue. We will inform the registered participants of the status of the reservation at the beginning of February.


To reach the workshop venue and the guesthouse, please follow the instruction here.

Workshop venue

The workshop will be held on the second floor of the Ibaraki Quantum Beam Research Center (IQBRC) building. To find the gate of IQBRC, go north along the route 245, and find the sign (see the right picture). After entering the main entrance of the building, go right and find the stairs or the elevator.

Organizing Committee

Hans-Werner Hammer (TU Darmstadt)
Atsushi Hosaka (RCNP/JAEA)
Philipp Gubler (JAEA)
Yutaka Utsuno (JAEA)
Toshiki Maruyama (JAEA)
Hiroyuki Koura (JAEA)
Michiyasu Mori (JAEA)
Jun'ichi Ieda (JAEA)
Hiroaki Onishi (JAEA)
Kei Suzuki (JAEA)
Kazuki Yoshida (JAEA)


Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC), Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA)


For more information, please contact Dr. Toshiki Maruyama (maruyama.toshiki [atmark]

Last Update February, 5, 2020