2018 NAIST Interdisciplinary Research Workshop
"Mathematical Modeling for Metamaterials and Metasurfaces"
Open Symposium "Mathematical Modeling for Metamaterials and Metasurfaces"
Date : September 27-28, 2018
Venue : Materials Science Large Lecuture Room, Materials Science Complex, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), Japan
(No. 11 Bldg in the Access map)
Mathematical modeling is essential to understand highly intriguing physics in metamaterials and metasurfaces. Additionally, abstraction based on the mathematical modeling enables us to utilize machine learning for designing and realizing new concept devices with metamaterials and metasurfaces. Therefore, in this symposium, we focus on mathematical modeling for metamaterials and metasurfaces.
"Meta" is a Greek word corresponding to higher or beyond in English. Needless to say, in science and technology, we attempt to understand and go beyond the nature. It is hence expected that the frontlines essentially contain a lot of "meta" things, which have not cognized so far. In this symposium, we are going to find such latent "meta" phenomena, organize the ideas, and extend the frontiers of metamaterial science and technology.
Here we are inviting speakers studying on the frontline of theoretical and experimental research into mathematical modeling, information geometry, computer vision, spintronics, magnetics, photonics, optics as well as metamaterials and metasurfaces. Plenty of time for talks and discussion will be prepared in this symposium. We hope to generate exciting and stimulating discussion among those interested in this field.
There is no dress-code in this symposium. We would like to keep atmospher for frank discussion in mind. Official language is English.
Sponsorship : Institute of Research Initiatives, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)
27 September (Thursday)
13：30--13:45 Opening remarks
13：45--14:30 Masaru Tanaka (Fukuoka University, Japan)
"Holographic information geometry"
14：30--15:15 Gen Tatara (RIKEN, Japan)
"Spin-charge conversion effects and anomalous optical responses in spintronics materials"
15：45--16:30 Takuya Funatomi (NAIST, Japan)
"Regression on algebra of geometric transforms and its applications"
16：30--17:15 Chiharu Mitsumata (National Institute for Materials Science, Japan)
"Numerical calculation and acceleration on magnetic domain structure analysis"
18：30-- A small party (probably in Ikoma downtown)
28 September (Friday)
10：15--11:00 Hiroyuki Kurosawa (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)
"Nonreciprocal electrodynamics in a magneto-chiral medium"
11：00--11:45 Ivan Fernandez-Corbaton (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
"The definition of electromagnetic chirality for general objects"
13：30--14:15 Yosuke Nakata (Univerity of Tokyo, Japan)
"Critical transitions of checkerboard metasurfaces: fundamentals and applications to dynamic polarization control at terahertz frequencies"
14：15--15:00 Seigo Ohno (Tohoku University, Japan)
"Vector field design in moiré type metasurface toward light manipulation"
15：00--15:45 Satoshi Tomita (NAIST, Japan)
"Light manipulation using metamaterials with broken symmetries"
Registration is not necessary. Please come dirctly to the venue.
Contact : Dr. Satoshi Tomita, Graduate School of Science and Technology, NAIST