Symposium on `Quarks to Universe in Computational Science (QUCS 2015)’

Deadline extended of abstract submission: September 25th, 2015

Dates: November 4-8, 2015
Location: Nara Prefectural New Public Hall, Nara, Japan

The aim of the symposium is to summarize the HPCI Strategic Program “The Origin of Matter and the Universe” (2011-2015).
This is a joint program of computational particle/nuclear/astro physics. By using 10 PFlops K-computer, and will be continued further in a different scheme even beyond 2015. At this symposium, we will discuss the current topics in particle physics, nuclear physics and astrophysics from the point of view of large scale numerical simulations.

The major topics will include

  • hadron physics from lattice QCD
  • nuclear physics from lattice QCD
  • high precision quantum few-body calculations
  • large scale simulations of nuclear many-body problems
  • supernova simulations
  • compact star mergers
  • formation of black holes and gravitational waves
  • algorithms for computational physics
  • etc.

Now, the registion and submission of the abstract is open.
The important dates:
Deadline of abstract submission: September 15th, 2015; Deadline extended : September 25th
Deadline of Registration fee: October 15th , 2015

We look forward to seeing you in Nara.
Shinya Aoki (chair, YITP), Tetsuo Hatsuda (vice-chair, RIKEN), Masayuki Umemura (vice-chair, Tsukuba)
Scientific secretaries:
Emiko Hiyama(RIKEN), Hideo Matsufuru(KEK)
contacting e-mail address: qucs2015 ’at’


Wednesday 04 November 2015

Registration – Registration desk (08:40-09:15)
Plenary session 1 – Noh theatre (09:15-10:50)
– Conveners: Umemura, Masayuki

09:15 Opening address AOKI, Sinya
09:20 Summary of HPCI Strategy Field 5 AOKI, Sinya
09:25 Report on HPCI (Lattice QCD) HATSUDA, Tetsuo
09:40 Report on HPCI (Quantum Many-Body) OTSUKA, Takaharu
09:55 Report on HPCI (First Generation Objects) MAKINO, Junichiro
10:10 Report on HPCI (Supernova Explosion and Blackhole) SHIBATA, Masaru
10:25 Report on HPCI (Computational Science) HASHIMOTO, Shoji

Plenary session 2 – Noh theatre (11:10-12:40)
– Conveners: Aoki, Sinya

11:10 Ab initio calculation of the neutron proton mass difference FODOR, Zoltan
12:10 Recent results of Lattice QCD using chiral quarks IZUBUCHI, Taku

Plenary session 3 – Noh theatre (14:00-16:00)
– Conveners: Hatsuda, Tetsuo

14:00 Overview of Strangeness Nuclear Physics NAGAE, Tomofumi
14:30 Radiative Transfer Simulations in Compact Star Mergers TANAKA, Masaomi
15:30 Nuclear structure and excitations clarified by Monte Carlo Shell Model
calculation on K computer
SHIMIZU, Noritaka

Plenary session 4 – Noh theatre (16:20-17:50)
– Conveners: Shibata, Masaru

16:20 Planet Formation and Its Simulations IDA, Shigeru
16:50 Simulations of planetesimal formation JOHANSEN, Anders
17:20 Simulations of Star formation MACHIDA, Masahiro

Thursday 05 November 2015

Registration – Registration desk (08:40-09:00)

Plenary session 5 – Noh theatre (09:00-11:00)
– Conveners: Otsuka, Takaharu

09:00 Computational nuclear structure in the eve of exascale NAZAREWICZ, Witold
10:00 Topology in lattice QCD FUKAYA, Hidenori
10:30 A glimpse into the cold atom world: Results from small and large(r) scale computations BLUME, Doerte

Plenary session 6 – Noh theatre (11:20-12:20)
– Conveners: Ishikawa, Kenichi

11:20 Cluster model approaches to nuclear many-body dynamics FUNAKI, Yasuro
11:50 Observations of High-z Galaxies OUCHI, Masami

Parallel session 1A – Noh theatre (13:50-15:50)
– Conveners: Ukita, Naoya

13:50 Chemical enrichment of passive galaxies in cosmological simulatins OKAMOTO, Takashi
14:10 Radiation hydrodynamic simulations on the possibility of radiation-supported AGN tori NAMEKATA, Daisuke
14:30 Time evolution of the Sgr A* accretion flow interacting with the G2 cloud KAWASHIMA, Tomohisa
14:50 Relativistic Radiation Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of the Black Hole Accretion Disks and Outflows TAKAHASHI, Hiroyuki
15:10 Radiation hydrodynamic simulations of line-driven disk winds around super massive black holes NOMURA, Mariko
15:30 General relativistic magnetohydrodynamics simulations of compact binary mergers on K KIUCHI, Kenta

Parallel session 1B – Conference room 1 (13:50-15:50)
– Conveners: Doi, Takumi

13:50 Lattice QCD studies of Omega-Omega and Delta-Delta interactions including results at physical point GONGYO, Shinya
14:10 A study of LcN 2-body system on the lattice MIYAMOTO, Takaya
14:30 Light nuclei and nucleon form factors from lattice QCD YAMAZAKI, Takeshi
14:50 Lattice QCD studies of baryon-baryon interactions: the potential method and the direct method ISHII, Noriyoshi
15:10 Non-locality of a wave-function-equivalent potential using the derivative expansion SUGIURA, Takuya
15:30 Algorithm, benchmarks, and hyperon potentials with strangeness S=-1 at almost physical point NEMURA, Hidekatsu

Parallel session 2A – Noh theatre (16:10-18:10)
– Conveners: TBA

16:10 Dynamical mass ejection from black hole-neutron star binaries KYUTOKU, Koutarou
16:30 3D GRMHD simulations of jets from black hole and accretion disk MIZUTA, Akira
16:50 A new class of rotational explosion in core-collpase supernovae TAKIWAKI, Tomoya
17:10 Systematic Features and Progenitor Dependences of Core-collapse Supernovae NAKAMURA, Ko
17:30 Equation of state including full nuclear ensemble in supernova simulations FURUSAWA, Shun
17:50 Microscopic equation of state for supernova matter with realistic nuclear forces TOGASHI, Hajime

Parallel session 2B – Conference room1 (16:10-18:10)
– Conveners: Ishii, Noriyoshi

16:10 Physical point lattice QCD simulation on the S = -2 baryon-baryon interactions SASAKI, Kenji
16:30 Structure of Zc(3900) from coupled-channel scattering on the lattice IKEDA, Yoichi
16:50 The nuclear matrix element of double beta decay IWATA, Yoritaka
17:10 Effects of nuclear many-body correlations on neutrinoless double-beta decay
in quasiparticle random-phase approximaion
17:30 Monte Carlo shell model for electric dipole strength distribution in medium-heavy nuclei TOGASHI, Tomoaki
17:50 Collaborative code development, through the development of the lattice common code “Bridge++” UEDA, Satoru

Poster session – Conference room 2 (18:20-19:30)

P01: Accretion versus merger in the early growth of massive black holes TAGAWA, Hiromichi
P02: CORE-K Simulation: COsmic REionization simulation with K-Computer HASEGAWA, Kenji
P03: Comparative study of topological charge in lattice QCD NAMEKAWA, Yusuke
P04: Supercomputing for exploring electron accelerations in strong shock waves MATSUMOTO, Yosuke
P05: The Strategy for 6D Simulations of Core-Collapse Supernovae with Boltzmann-Hydro Code IWAKAMI, Wakana
P06: General relativistic radiative transfer simulations around a Kerr black hole TAKAHASHI, Rohta
P07: Density Independent Formulation of SPH SAITOH, Takayuki
P08: Alpha-cluster structure for Be isotopes appeared in the wave function of Monte Carlo shell model YOSHIDA, Tooru
P09: Geometrical structure of helium triatomic systems: comparison with the neon trimer SUNO, Hiroya
P10: Signature of (1405) in d(K-; n) reaction OHNISHI, Shota
P11: Center for Computational Astrophysics at National Astronomical Observatory of Japan KOKUBO, Eiichiro
P12: Effective restoration of axial symmetry at finite temperature COSSU, Guido
P13: Japan Lattice Data Grid MATSUFURU, Hideo

Friday 06 November 2015

Plenary session 7 – Noh theatre (09:00-11:00)
– Conveners: Makino, Junichiro

09:00 Core-Collapse Supernova Theory: the current status and future prospects YAMADA, Shoichi
10:00 Nuclear Physics from Lattice QCD DOI, Takumi
10:30 Connecting the quarks to the cosmos and beyond WALKER-LOUD, Andre

Plenary session 8 – Noh theatre (11:20-12:50)
– Conveners: Hashimoto, Shoji

11:20 Novel applications of gradient flow KAPLAN, David, B.
11:50 Excited state energies and scattering phase shifts from lattice QCD with the stochastic LapH method MORNINGSTAR, Colin
12:20 Binary neutron star mergers and r-process nucleosynthesis SEKIGUCHI, Yuichiro

lunch – (12:50-14:20)

Parallel session 3A – Noh theatre (14:20-16:00)
– Conveners: Yamazaki, Takeshi

14:20 Light and Heavy decay constants from Lattice QCD using Domain-Wall fermions FAHY, Brendan
14:40 Improved lattice fermion action for heavy quarks CHO, Yong-Gwi
15:00 Charmonium current-current correlators with Mobius domain wall fermion NAKAYAMA, Katsumasa
15:20 Analysis of short distance current correlators using OPE TOMII, Masaaki
15:40 The perturbation analysis of the Moebius Domain Wall Fermion with the Schroeginger functional scheme MURAKAMI, Yuko

Parallel session 3B – Conference room 1 (14:20-16:00)
– Conveners: Ohnishi, Akira

14:20 Galactic Evolution of Supernova and Merger R-process KAJINO, Taka
14:40 Solar global convection and dynamo with the Reduced Speed of Sound Technique HOTTA, Hideyuki
15:00 Athena++: a New RMHD Simulation Code with Adaptive Mesh Refinement TOMIDA, Kengo
15:20 High-Resolution Global N-body Simulation of Planetary Formation: Outward Migration of a Protoplanet KOMINAMI, Junko
15:40 –

Parallel session 4A – Noh theatre (16:20-18:40)
– Conveners: Namekawa, Yusuke

16:20 Determination of the ratio between the $\Lambda$-parameter ratio associated with the Schr\”{o}dinger functional and the twisted gradient flow in the pure SU(3) gauge theory UENO, Ryoichiro
16:40 Thermodynamics of SU(3) gauge theory using gradient flow ITOU, Etsuko
17:00 Strong-Coupling Lattice QCD with fluctuation and plaquette effects OHNISHI, Akira
17:20 Study of high density lattice QCD with canonical approach TANIGUCHI, Yusuke
17:40 Universality test of Complex Langevin approach for chiral random matrix theories ICHIHARA, Terukazu
18:00 The application of the complex Langevin method to a matrix model with spontaneous rotational symmetry breaking ITO, Yuta
18:20 Precision test of gauge/gravity duality by lattice simulation SHIMASAKI, Shinji

Parallel session 4B – Conference room1 (16:20-18:40)
– Conveners: Shimizu, Noritaka

16:20 Monte Carlo shell model calculations for structure of nuclei around Z=28 TSUNODA, Yusuke
16:40 Calculations for medium-mass nuclei with the chiral EFT interactions in the unitary-model-operator approach MIYAGI, Takayuki
17:00 Recent development of finite-amplitude method for nuclear collective excitation HINOHARA, Nobuo
17:20 Impurity effects in deformed/clustering hypernuclei with antisymmetric molecular dynamics ISAKA, Masahiro
17:40 Weak decay of Lambda_c for the study of Lambda resonances MIYAHARA, Kenta
18:00 Compositeness of near-threshold quasi-bound states KAMIYA, Yuki
18:20 Infinite basis-space extrapolation of ground-state energies in no-core Monte Carlo shell model ABE, Takashi

Saturday 07 November 2015

Plenary session 9 – Noh theatre (09:00-11:00)
– Conveners: Nakatsukasa, Takashi

09:00 Radiation Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Simulations of Astrophysical Accretion STONE, James M.
10:00 The r-process in the ejecta of neutron star mergers WANAJO, Shinya
10:30 Nuclear physics from chiral effective field theory SCHWENK, Achim

Plenary session 10 – Noh theatre (11:20-12:50)
– Conveners: Ishizuka, Naruhito

11:20 Simulation Study of Solar-Terrestrial Environment KUSANO, Kanya
11:50 2+1 avor QCD simulation near the physical point on a 96^4 lattice UKITA, Naoya
12:20 From nuclear force to neutron-rich nuclei TSUNODA, Naofumi

Public lecture – (15:00-17:00)

15:00 Public lecture (Japanese) HASHIMOTO, Koji

Banquet – (18:00-20:00)
Banquet is held at Hotel Nikko Nara.

Sunday 08 November 2015

Plenary session 11 – Noh theatre (09:00-11:00)
– Conveners: Tomisaka, Kohji

09:00 Skyrme energy-density-functional method for large-scale linear-response calculations YOSHIDA, Kenichi
09:30 Finite density lattice QCD simulations towards the understanding of QGP, heavy ion collisions and nuclear matter NAGATA, Keitaro
10:00 Observational constraints on r-process AOKI, Wako
10:30 Full Boltzmann-Hydrodynamic Simulations for Core Collapse Supernovae on K computer NAGAKURA, Hiroki

Plenary session 12 – Noh theatre (11:20-13:00)
– Conveners: Sakurai, Tetsuya

11:20 Numerical test of gauge/gravity duality – from lattice gauge theory to black hole physics – KADOH, Daisuke
11:50 Radiation magnetohydrodynamics simulations of accretion ows and out ows around black holes OHSUGA, Ken
12:20 Formation of the First Stars in the Universe YOSHIDA, Naoki
12:50 Closing
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