- Vladimir Dmitriev (Kapitza Institute, Russia)
- Superfluid 3He in Planar Aerogel
- Vladimir Eltsov (Aalto Univ., Finland)
- Exploring superfluid 3He universe with coherent bosons
- Wei Guo (Florida State Univ., USA)
- Visualization study of quantum turbulence in superfluid helium-4: progress and future development
- Rich Haley (Lancaster Univ., UK)
- The orbitropic effect in superfluid helium-3 B-phase boundaries
- Tetsuo Hatsuda (RIKEN, Japan)
- Neutron Star Core: Densest State of Matter
- Kei Iida (Kochi Univ., Japan)
- Neutron star crusts as low temperature laboratories
- Shin Inouye (Osaka City Univ., Japan)
- Efimov resonances in an ultracold mixture
- Kazushi Kanoda (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
- Spin liquid, Mott transition and BEC-BCS crossover exhibited by interacting electrons on triangular lattices
- Hikaru Kawamura (Osaka Univ., Japan)
- Randomness-induced quantum spin liquids in frustrated magnets: application to 2D 3He and organic salts
- Kimitoshi Kono (National Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan)
- Nano structures and Devices to Study Quantum Fluids and Solids
- Michael Kosterlitz (Brown Univ., USA)
- Topological Defects and Phase Transitions
- Eckhard Krotscheck (Univ. at Buffalo, USA)
- Multimode–excitations in liquid 4He above the phonon-roton spectrum: Experiments and Theory
- Tony Leggett (Univ. of Illinois, USA)
- p + ip Fermi superfluids: old results and new questions
- Dirk Manske (Max Plank Institute, Germany)
- Novel Josephson and Proximity Effect using Triplet Superconductors
- Takamasa Momose (Univ. of British Columbia, Canada)
- Spectroscopy and dynamics of molecules in quantum fluids and solids: Towards molecular superfluidity and ultracold chemistry
- Nir Navon (Yale Univ., USA)
- Turbulence in a Quantum Gas
- John Reppy (Cornell Univ., USA)
- The Road to the KT Transition; Experiments with Thin 4He Films
- Jim Sauls (Northwestern Univ., USA)
- Frontiers in Quantum Matter: Symmetry, Topology & Strong Correlation Physics
- John Saunders (Univ. of London, UK)
- Helium in two dimensions and under nano-scale confinement: realizing quantum materials and topological mesoscopic superfluidity
- Ryo Shimano (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
- Higgs mode in conventional and unconventional superconductors
- Jaeho Shin (Penn. State Univ., USA)
- Mass flow through bulk solid helium and solid helium confined in Aerogel
- Yong-il Shin (Seoul National Univ., Korea)
- Quantum vortex shedding in atomic superfluid gases
- Viktor Tsepelin (Lancaster Univ., UK)
- Probing quantum turbulence using mechanical oscillators
- Grisha Volovik (Aalto Univ., Finland)
- Topological matter: Weyl fermions, Higgs bosons, quantum gravity and room-T superconductivity
Other invited speakers for 20 min talk are listed in the Conference Booklet.
Information for speakers
- Please leave 5 min. for discussions at the end of your talk.
- You can use your own laptop computer while taking care that there is a smooth handover of the projector connection with the previous presenter.
- The projector in the main hall is only accessible via a VGA connector.
- You are requested to check the connectivity of your computer ahead of time.
- If you want to make your presentation without using your own laptop, please give a USB memory stick to the staff ahead of time.
|July 26 (Thu)||16:30‒18:30||Poster Session 1|
|July 27 (Fri)||16:30‒18:30||Poster Session 2|
|July 28 (Sat)||16:30‒18:30||Poster Session 3|
|July 30 (Mon)||15:20‒17:20||Poster Session 4|
See Conference Booklet for your poster presentation numbers and panel locations.
- Best Poster Awards will be offered for outstanding poster presentations.
- Poster panel size is 900 mm in width and 2125 mm in height from the ground, which is suitable for displaying an A0 size poster (841W×1189H).
- Each poster will be displayed for two successive symposium days (i.e. July 26th/27th or 28th/30th).
Posters for Poster Sessions 1&2 can be displayed after 16:00 of July 25 until 18:30 of July 27.
Posters for Poster Sessions 3&4 can be displayed after 8:00 of July 28 until 10:30 of July 31.
Previews of the poster presentations will be displayed as a slideshow at the main conference hall, Ito Memorial Hall, during lunch time and the poster session. You can submit a preview file (JPEG) of your poster as an e-mail attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org by the following deadlines:
- Deadline for P26.xx and P27.xx posters: 12:00 of July 25 (Wed), 2018
- Deadline for P28.xx and P30.xx posters: 12:00 of July 27 (Fri), 2018
- One page not exceeding 1,920 x 1,200 pixels (in width x height). sample
- JPEG file not exceeding 1 MB in file size.
- Poster number should be written on the upper left-hand corner.
- File name should be “Poster_number.jpeg” (for example “P25.1.jpeg”).
- The subject line of the e-mail should be “Poster preview Poster_Number” (for example, “Poster preview P25.1”)
Quantum Turbulence Workshop at QFS2018
Makoto Tsubota and Wei Guo are organizing an on-site workshop on quantum turbulence, which is now being actively studied, on Sunday. Any registrants for QFS2018 can attend the workshop without registration.
July 29 (Sun)9:00-12:00Seminar Room (3F), IIRCprogram