| 16-20 Jan 2017, Macao

Technical Program

B4. Novel Superconductivity


Name : Takashi YANAGISAWA

Affiliation : National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

Email : t-yanagisawa@aist.go.jp

Website : http://staff.aist.go.jp/t-yanagisawa


Superconductivity is an interesting and profound phenomenon that has attracted many researchers for more than hundred years since its discovery. It still continues to offer hot topics both with great interest as a fundamental problem and with impact for electronics technology. Many superconductors were discovered in bulk and nano-structured systems, including unconventional, high-temperature and topological superconductors. A discovery of novel superconductor offers challenges to clarify physical properties and understand the mechanism of superconductivity.  In this mini-symposium we intend to discuss recently developed interesting issues of novel superconductors.

Keynote Speakers: 

●  Francois Peeters, University of Antwerpen, Belgium    
●  Mukunda P. Das, Australian National University, Australia      

Invited Speakers: 

●  Charles Reichhardt, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Izumi Hase, AIST, Japan
●  Masaru Kato, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
●  Muneto Nitta, Keio University, Japan
Takashi Koretsune, RIKEN, Japan
●  Takashi Yanagisawa, AIST, Japan
Takuto Kawakami, NIMS,  Japan
Vyacheslav R. Misko, University of Antwerpen, Belgium
Yukihiro Ota, Research Organization for Information Science and Technology, Japan
Yusuke Kato, University of Tokyo,  Japan

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