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Frustration, Orbital Fluctuations, and Topology in Kondo Lattices and their relatives

In recent years, the study of strongly correlated electron systems has been enriched by the addition of new ingredients such as multipolar physics from orbital fluctuations, magnetic frustration, and spin-orbit coupling. This program will bring together scientists exploring the new states of matter and phenomenology that emerge in these systems, to share expertise and fertilize new research directions.

J-Physics 2018: Summer School & International Workshop on New Materials and Crystal Growth

  • Dates: June 24 (Sun.) 〜 June 27 (Wed.), 2018 (Summer School)
    June 27 (Wed.) 〜 June 30 (Sat.) noon, 2018 (International Workshop)
  • Venue: Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center
    (1 Yumebutai, Awaji, Hyogo 656-2306, Japan)

J-Physics Annual Meeting FY2018

International Workshop “Novel Phenomena in Quantum Materials driven by Multipoles and Topology” will be held under co-sponsorship of J-Physics.

In recent years, the study of quantum materials, in particular of strongly correlated electron systems, have been enriched by the introduction of new physics based on multipoles and topology. The workshop will bring together scientists exploring the novel phenomena in new materials, and novel functionality by using spintronics and photonics, to share the latest knowledge and to fertilize new research directions

J-Physics Annual Meeting FY2017

  • Dates: March 15 (Thu) 13:00 〜 March 17 (Sat) 16:30, 2018
  • Venue: 6F Large Lecture Room, Institute for Solid State Physics,The University of Tokyo
    (5-1-5 Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa, Chiba)

Achievements obtained through the first half of the J-Physics project will be reviewed, and prospects for the activities in the latter half term will be discussed. Poster presentations by non-project participants will be encouraged. We would highly appreciate your participation.

J-Physics Topical Meeting “How to Create? ― Chiral Magnets and Augmented Multipoles”

  • Dates: January 15 (Mon.) 13:00 〜 January 17 (Wed.) 12:00, 2018
  • 場所:Venue:Awaji Yumebutai, International Conference Center, Room 405
    Yumebutai 1, Awaji City, Hyogo 656-2306 Japan

J-Physics Topical Meeting “Exotic Phenomena in Itinerant Multipole Systems”

The 11th Condensed-Matter-Science Cross-Area Workshop

  • Dates: November 17 (Fri.) 〜 18 (Sat), 2017
  • Venue: The Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo, 6F, Meeting Room
    5-1-5 Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa, Chiba 277-8581 Japan
  • Capacity: 250
  • Registration Fee: Free
  • Deadline:
    Presentation: October 20, 2017 (Fri.) 12:00 AM
    Participation only: November 6, 2017 12:00 AM
    (Onsite registrations will be accepted, if there are still seats available.)
  • Please refer to the following URL for more information:

J-Physics 2017: International Workshop on Multipole Physics and Related Phenomena

The J-Physics project will host the 1st International Workshop on the Multipole Physics and Related Phenomena in September 2017 at the stage near the halfway point of the project. This workshop aims at presenting the outcomes of research activities of this Innovative Area both in and outside Japan, and expanding the international exchange and cooperation activities. We look forward to your active participation and presentation.

J-Physics Topical Meeting “Progress and Perspective of Studies of Augmented Multipole”

J-Physics Topical Meeting “Superconductivity in strongly correlated multipole systems: Exploring common feature between f and d” is held at Tohoku University, Sendai, on May 11 and 12.

J-Physics Topical Meeting “New phenomena generated by correlation effects between localized multipoles and conduction electrons” is held at ISSP, The University of Tokyo on April 17 and 18.

The 10th Condensed-Matter-Science Cross-Area Workshop

The J-Physics Summer School for Young Researchers

The J-Physics Summer School for Young Researchers aims to be a unique platform for young researchers to learn and exchange the most recent advancement of J-Physics. Lectures include “Introduction to Multipole” and “Frontier of Strongly Correlated Electrons” for instance, which will be given by spirited young researchers. We asked senior professors to give a lecture of selected topics with a message to young researchers. All participants will stay at Tentokuin Temple in Mount Koya, where UNESCO designated as World Heritage Site in 2004. We look forward to having the pleasure welcoming you to the J-Physics Summer School.

Completed Events

J-Physics Theory Workshop

June 4 (Sat.) 13:30 〜 June 5 (Sun), 2016
Liberty Tower, Surugadai Campus, Meiji University

J-Physics Annual Meeting 2016

Dates: May 26 (Thu) 13:00 - May 28 (Sat) 15:40, 2016
Venue: Frontier Research in Applied Sciences Building (N13W8, Kita-ku, Sapporo)