J-Physics ‘Monodukuri’ series No.4 “Training course on symmetry and group theory in Koyasan”
We will hold the training course on symmetry and group theory as part of a program of J-Physics ‘Monodukuri’ School, lectured by Prof. NESPOLO Massimo, Université de Lorraine, France. The lectures will be given in Japanese. The participants will be limited to those who can attend the entire course, and the capacity will be 50 people. We encourage you to acquire a systematic and deeper understanding on the symmetry and group theory, and build a foundation for your research on condensed matter physics.
- Date: August 5, 2019, 9:30 - August 9, 2019, 17:00
- Venue: Koyasan University and Tentokuin Temple
(Koyasan 385, Koya-cho 648-0280, Ina-gun, Wakayama)
Koyasan University: http://www.koyasan-u.ac.jp/
Tentokuin Temple: https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e4905.html
Prof. NESPOLO Massimo
Université de Lorraine, France
- Language: Japanese
- Fee: free
Tentokuin 4 nights (Aug. 5 check-in - Aug. 9 check-out)
8,000 per night (including tax, service charge, breakfast and dinner)
※Participants are required to arrange accommodation for Aug. 4 by oneselves to make it in time for the starting time of the class, 9:30.
※Restaurant of Koyasan Univ. is available for lunch on Aug. 5 - 7. Please state your preferred dates on Registration Form, if you would like to use the restaurant.On Aug. 6 and 7, lunch should be taken at neighboring restaurants.
Deadline: Monday, July 1, 17:00 (extended from June 17)
Requirement: Participants are required to attend all classes in the course.
Capacity: 50 persons
Acceptance or non-acceptance will be informed by June 20.
If you would like to attend, please proceed to “Registration” below.
- Financial Support
Travel expenses may be supported by J-Physics for those who would be unable to attend the course without a financial help. Please state the reasons on Registration Form, if you would like to receive the support.
Jun-ichiro Kishine (The Open University of Japan)
Shigeo Ohara (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
Yoshihiko Togawa (Osaka Prefecture University)
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