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Education Science Ministry "Development and Applications of an Advanced,
High-Performance General-Purpose Supercomputer" Project(*1)
Next-Generation Integrated Nanoscience Simulation Software Research and Development(*2)

Third Open Symposium

*1,- referred to below as the Next-Generation Supercomputer Project.
*2,- referred to below as Grand Challenges in the Field of Nano Research and Development.

Sponsor : 
 Education Science Ministry Next-Generation Supercomputer Project, Head Office
 for Grand Challenges in the Field of Nano Research and Development(*3)
   *3,- Grand Challenges in the Field of Nano Research and Development, Head Office

Supporting Organizations : 
 The Chemical Society of Japan, The Physical Society of Japan,
 The Society of Chemical Engineers (SCEJ), The Society of Polymer Science (SPSJ),
 The Japan Society of Applied Physics, The Biophysical Society of Japan,
 Japan Society for Molecular Science, The Japan Association of Solution Chemistry,
 The Japan Society for Computation Engineering and Science (JSCES),
 Industrial Committee for Super Computing Promotion (ICSCP)

Dates:March 4-5 (Wed & Thu), 2009
    The conference has been concluded successfully.

Location : 
 National Institutes of Natural Science (NINS)
 Okazaki Conference Center, Large Conference Hall
 〒444-0864 Okazaki, Myodaiji-cho, Azadenma 8-1.
 Please refer to the following for details of the conference location
  (map in Japanese): http://www.ims.ac.jp/location/koutsu.html

Participation Fee : Free
 (Banquet/Get-Together is 5,000 yen, payable at registration on the day of the event)

Topics :
 Topics to be covered at the symposium include reports on Next-Generation Functional Nanomaterials for Information Technology (Tokyo University Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP), The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tohoku University Institute for Materials Research (IMR), Kyoto University Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics (YITP)); Next-Generation Nano Biological Materials (Nayoya University, Institute for Molecular Science); Next-Generation Energy (Institute for Molecular Science) and other activities and representative examples of industrial applications. In addition, discussions will be held with representatives of our country's researchers in nanoscience computational science, and a wide range of researchers and people in industry in the field of computer science who have been invited to discuss and debate on current issues and empirical research, the future of industrialization, scientific breakthroughs and visions for next-generation supercomputing.

Registration :  Online registration has been closed.

        * In order to use on-site Internet facilities, prior application is required.
         Please specify this when filling out your participant registration application.
        * As of this year, we request that poster presenters please submit a 1 page,
         A4 size preliminary manuscript.
       The deadline for submission of the preliminary poster manuscript is January 30, 2009 (Fri).
       Please submit materials to the Next-Generation Integrated Nanoscience Simulation
       Software Project's main office at nanogc1@nanogc.ims.ac.jp.

Contact :
 Institute for Molecular Science Office of the Next-Generation Integrated Nanoscience Simulation Software, Next-Generation Supercomputer Project
  38 Nishigo-Naka, Myodaiji, Okazaki 444-8585, Japan
  tel: +81-564-55-7463 (0564-55-7463)
  fax: +81-564-55-7023 (0564-55-7026)   email: nanogc1@nanogc.ims.ac.jp

Program :
 Day One / March 4 (Wed) 1:00 pm - 6:05 pm

13:00-
13:05
Masahiro EHARA
(Institute for Molecular Science)
Conference Office Notices
13:05-
13:10
Hiroki NAKAMURA
(Institute for Molecular Science)
Greetings
13:10-
13:15
(Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology)Ministerial Greetings
13:15-
13:25
Sadashi WATANABE
(RIKEN)
Next-Generation Supercomputer Project, Progress Status
13:25-
13:35
Ryutaro HIMENO
(RIKEN)
Life and Biological Simulation, Progress Status
13:35-
13:45
Shigeru TAKASAO
(Industrial Committe for Super Computing Promotion (ICSCP))
Supercomputing Technology for Industrial Applications, Conference Report
13:45-
14:05
Fumio HIRATA
(Institute for Molecular Science)
Grand Challenges in the Field of Nanoscience, Research and Development Report
14:05-
14:25
break
14:25-
14:45
Susumu OKAZAKI
(IMS/Nagoya University)
Programming Advancements
14:45-
14:55
Hirokazu TSUNETSUGU
(University of Tokyo)
Empirical Research
(Solid State Physics Working Group)
14:55-
15:05
Shigeyoshi SAKAKI
(Kyoto University)
Empirical Research
(Molecular Science Working Group)
15:05-
15:25
Masahiro EHARA
(Institute for Molecular Science)
Next-Generation Integrated Nanoscience Simulation Software
15:25-
15:45
break
15:45-
18:05
Panel Discussion
「Creating a Rich World - Scientific Breakthroughs and Visions of Next-Generation Supercomputers」

Moderators Fumio HIRATA (Institute for Molecular Science)
Panelists   Yasuhiko ARAKAWA (University of Tokyo)
        Kouhei UOSAKI (Hokkaido University)  
        Susumu OKAZAKI (IMS/Nagoya University)  
        Kazuo KITAURA
         (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)   
        Kunihiro KITAMURA (Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.) 
        Shinji TSUNEYUKI (University of Tokyo) 
        Sadamichi MAEKAWA (Tohoku University, Institute for Materials Research)  
18:15-
19:45
Banquet/Get-Together


 Day Two / March 5th (Thu) 9:30 am - 5:25 pm
9:30-
10:10
Seigo TARUCHA
(University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering)
Invited Lecture: Semiconductor Nanostructure Quantum Properties and Quantum Control
10:10-
10:50
Kunihiro KITAMURA
(Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.)
Invited Lecture: Current and Near-Future use of Computational Science in Pharmaceutical Development
10:50-
11:10
Osamu SUGINO
(University of Tokyo Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP))
Nonadiabatic Quantum Dynamics based on Time-Dependent Density Function Theory
11:10-
11:30
Kazuo KITAURA
(The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
Development and Applications of Fragmented Molecule Orbital Methods
11:30-
11:50
Takami TOHYAMA
(Kyoto University Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics (YITP))
Advancements in Automated Density Matrix Renormalization Methods and Applications to Finite Temperatures
11:50-
13:20
lunch
13:20-
15:20
Poster Session & Next-Generation Integrated Nanoscience Simulation Software Demonstration
 (Posters may be displayed on the exhibition boards as of Day One)
15:20-
16:00
Koki TAKANASHI
(Tohoku University, Institute for Materials Research)
Invited Lecture: Generation and Control of Spin Current in Magnetic Nanostructures
16:00-
16:40
Kouji TANAKA
(Institute for Molecular Science)
Invited Lecture: Complex Synthesis of a 6-Electron Re-oxidation Reaction between Carbon Dioxide and Methanol
16:40-
17:00
Naoki KAWASHIMA
(University of Tokyo Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP))
Development and uses of Monte Carlo Simulations based on Quantum Spin Lattices and Boson Structures
17:00-
17:20
Yasuhiro IKUTA
(Institute for Molecular Science)
Three-dimensional RISM Method Enzyme Reaction Analysis: Effective Use of Biomass Ethanol
17:20-
17:25
Fumio HIRATA
(Institute for Molecular Science)
Final Words

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