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Science and Technology of Superconductivity


Symposium on science and technology of superconductivity will bring together experts in material science, experimental and theoretical physics, and applications to address issues at the frontier of the superconductivity. Superconductivity is one of the most attractive research fields since it is the key technology for environments and energy saving. In this symposium, we will exchange the information of superconductivity and discuss about future perspectives.

  • Superconductivity
  • high-Tc
  • Low-Tc
  • Cuprate
  • Iron-based
  • High pressure
  • BCS (conventional pairing mechanisms)
  • Unconventional pairing mechanisms
  • New materials
Invited Speakers
  • Mari EINAGA, Osaka University Search for Superconductivity of Hydrides synthesized under High Pressure and High Temperature
  • Katsuya SHIMIZU, Osaka University High-Pressure Onset of High-Temperature Superconductivity
  • Takahiro ISHIKAWA, ESICMM, National Institute for Materials Science Search for Superconductivity in Compressed Hydrides by First-Principles Calculations and Evolutionary Algorithms
  • Ryosuke AKASHI, The University of Tokyo Ab initio study on the high temperature superconductivity in compressed sulfur hydrides
  • Liling SUN, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Phenomena and physics related to superconductivity revealed by our recent high pressure studies
  • Tomasz DIETL, International Research Centre MagTop Zero-energy modes in topological materials: experimental observations and proposed models
  • Kazuaki MATANO, Okayama University NMR studies of Topological Superconductors
  • Shingo YONEZAWA, Kyoto University Observation and control of nematic topological superconductivity in doped Bi2Se3 superconductors
  • Takeshi YAJIMA, University of Tokyo Superconductivity and Possible Electronic Nematic Phases in Titanium Pnictide Oxides
  • Shigeru KASAHARA, Kyoto University Bond vs. Diagonal Nematicity in the Pseudogap Phase of High-Temperature Cuprate Superconductors
  • Ryotaro ARITA, University of Tokyo Chiral Majorana Mode in Topological Superconducting Element hcp Thallium
  • Neven BARISIC, TU Wien High-Tc cuprates – story of two electronic subsystems
  • Masatsune KATO, Tohoku University Elemental Substitution in the RE-123 and Bi-2212 Cuprate Superconductors for the Enhancement of Tc
  • Jun AKIMITSU, Okayama University Carrier-doping to Iridate Sr2IrO4
  • Minoru NOHARA, Okayama University Polymorphism and Superconductivity in Platinum Pnictides
  • Hisashi KOTEGAWA, Kobe University Pressure-induced superconductivity in non-symmorphic CrAs
  • Kazuhiko KUROKI, Osaka University Possibility of Unconventional High-Tc Superconductivity Originating from Coexisting Wide and Narrow Bands
  • Tatsuma D. MATSUDA, Tokyo Metropolitan University The First Discovery of Superconducting State and Fermi Surface Properties in Yb-based Skutterudite and 1-2-20 Systems
  • Dai AOKI, Tohoku University Spin-Triplet Superconductivity and Field-Induced Phenomena in Uranium Compounds
  • Fumitoshi IGA, Ibaraki University Material Design of Light Rare-Earth Dodecaborides by High Pressure Synthesis and Novel Feature of Kondo Insulator YbB12
  • Kazuhei WAKIYA, Yokohama National University Multipole ordering in a Pr-based quaternary compound PrRu2Sn2Zn18
  • Hideki TOU, Kobe University NMR studies of Spin-Triplet Superconductors UPt3 and UBe13 : An Aspect of Spin-Orbit Interaction Experienced by the Cooper
  • Kenji ISHIDA, Kyoto University NMR Studies on U-based Ferromagnetic Superconductors
  • Rudi HACKL, Walther Meissner Institut Magnetism in Fe pnictides and chalcogenides
  • Takasada SHIBAUCHI, University of Tokyo Novel Electronic Nematicity in Heavily Hole-Doped Iron-Pnictide Superconducotrs
  • Tadashi MACHIDA, RIKEN Nature of zero-energy vortex bound state in superconducting topological surface state of Fe(Se,Te)
  • Hiraku OGINO, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Superconducting properties of 1144-type iron pnictide superconductors
  • Luca de MEDICI, ESPCI Electronic compressibility and high-Tc superconductivity: new links
  • Devashibhai Thakarshibhai ADROJA, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory µSR Study of Multigap Superconductivity in ACa2Fe4As4F2 (A = K, Rb and Cs)
  • Yoichi KAMIHARA, Keio University A Review on a Functional Mixed Anion Layered Compound, Sr2TMFeAsO3-d (TM: Transition Metals)
  • Michal BABIJ, Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research Polish Academy of Sciences EuFeAs2 a 112-type Iron-pnictide: Novel Family of Magnetic Superconductors
  • Lan Maria TRAN, Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research Polish Academy of Sciences in Wrocław The Interplay of Superconductivity and Magnetism in Iron Based Superconductors: Study of EuFe2As2-based Magnetic-Superconductors
  • Kosuke NAKAYAMA, Tohoku Univeristy High-temperature superconductivity in ultrathin iron-chalcogenide films studied by angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
  • Hiroki TAKAHASHI, Nihon University Pressure-induced superconductivity in iron-based spin-ladder material BaFe2S3 and related materials
  • Katsuhiro SUZUKI, Ritsumeikan University Quasi-particle self-consistent GW calculations and superconductivity in iron-based Superconductors
  • Akira IYO, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Superconductivity in a New Iron Arsenide LaFe2As2
  • Jun-ichi SHIMOYAMA, Aoyama Gakuin University Science and Technology on Recent Bi2223 Joints Connecting DI-BSCCO
  • Satoshi AWAJI, IMR, Tohoku University In-field and low temperature Jc properties of BHO introduced Eu123 tapes
  • Qiang LI, Brookhaven National Laboratory Effect of ion irradiation on cuprate and iron-based superconductors
  • Yanwei MA, Institute of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences Recent progress of high performance iron-based superconducting wires
  • Takato MACHI, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Development of Processing Technology of Coated Conductors to Contribute to Applications
  • Noriko CHIKUMOTO, Center of Applied Superconductivity and Sustainable Energy Research, Chubu University Overview of the performance test of 1km-long high-Tc superconducting DC cable system in Ishikari and future prospects
  • Petre BADICA, National Institute of Materials Physics Development of MgB2-based Materials Towards Different Superconducting Applications
  • Itsuhiro KAKEYA, Kyoto University Monolithic terahertz emitter of high-temperature superconductors
  • Takanari KASHIWAGI, University of Tsukuba Development of High-TcSuperconducting THz Emitters
  • Carlo FERDEGHINI, CNR-SPIN Emerging materials for high field applications: activities at CNR-SPIN
  • Fumitake KAMETANI, Florida State University Grain Boundary structures and Intergrain Connectivity in Bi-2212 and Ba-122 High Temperature Superconductors
  • Yutaka YOSHIDA, Nagoya University Designed nano-structures in high performance oxide superconducting films controlled by novel PLD growthtechniques
  • Kazumasa IIDA, Nagoya University Electrical Transport Properties Of NdFeAs(O,F) Thin Films On Vicinal Substrates
  • Chiara TARANTINI, Florida State University Recent Progress in Nb3Sn High Field Performance
  • Michael EISTERER, TU Wien, Atominstitut Neutron Irradiation: from Single Displaced Atoms to Nanometer Sized Defects and their Influence on Superconductivity in Various Materials
  • Toshinori OZAKI, Kwansei Gakuin University Vortex dynamics of REBCO films irradiated with low-energy ion irradiations
  • Paolo MELE, Shibaura Institute of Technology Effect of pinning center dimensionality on the critical current of high temperature superconducting materials
  • Judy WU, University of Kansas Extraordinary pinning efficiency of one-dimensional artificial pinning centers with coherent interfaces in YBa2Cu3O7-x nanocomposite films
  • Hiroaki KUMAKURA, National Institute for Materials Science Development of MgB2 and (Ba,K)Fe2As2 Wires in NIMS
  • Hidenori HIRAMATSU, Tokyo Institute of Technology Heteroepitaxial thin-film growth of iron-based superconductors
  • Ryo MATSUMOTO, National Institute for Materials Science Data-driven Exploration for Pressure-induced Superconductors Using Novel Diamond Anvil Cell with Boron-doped Diamond Electrodes
  • Kaname MATSUMOTO, Kyushu Institute of Technology Acceleration Search method of Higher Tc Superconductors by Machine Learning Algorithm
  • Masaya FUJIOKA, Hokkaido University Solid state electrochemistry for intercalation by using proton-driven ion introduction
  • Akira MIURA, Hokkaido University Exploring Ternary Molybdenum Superconducting Nitrides by Self-Combustion Synthesis
  • Zhi An REN, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Exploring novel superconductors in low-dimensional materials
  • Markus KRIENER, RIKEN Enhanced Superconductivity in Polar IV – VI Semiconductors
  • Kaya KOBAYASHI, Okayama University Possible valence skipping superconductivity in doped Dirac metal
  • Yosuke GOTO, Tokyo Metropolitan University Layered Tin Pnictides as a New Class of van der Waals-type Superconductors
  • Terukazu NISHIZAKI, Kyushu Sangyo University Magnetic Properties in Superconducting Metals and Alloys Processed by High-Pressure Torsion
  • Hiroyuki OKAZAKI, Takasaki Advanced Radiation Research Institute The change of electronic structure by Bi dimer disconnection in the bismuth chalcogenide superconductor CsBi4-xPbxTe6
  • Ravi Prakash SINGH, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal Unconventional Superconductivity in Noncentrosymmetric Superconductors
  • Masashi TANAKA, Kyushu Institute of Technology High Pressure Polymerization of Metal Doped C60 ~In an Attempt to Prepare Carbon Clathrate High Tc Superconductor~
  • Satoshi DEMURA, Nihon University Scanning Tunneling Microscopy/Spectroscopy Study in BiCh2 superconductors
  • RAJVEER JHA, Tokyo Metropolitan University Bulk superconductivity induced via two-site substitution in La2O2M4S6-type layered oxychalcogenide La2O2Bi3Ag0.6Sn0.4S5.7Se0.3
  • Masanori NAGAO, Yamanashi University Growth and evaluation of multi rare earth elements substituted ROBiS2 (R: rare earth elements) superconducting single crystals
  • Takayoshi YOKOYA, Okayama University High-resolution photoelectron holography of heavily boron-doped diamond
  • Taisuke KAGEURA, National Institute for Materials Science Fundamental Properties and Device Applications of Superconducting Single-crystalline Boron-doped Diamond
  • Katsumi TANIGAKI, Tohoku Univeristy Electron-Phonon and Electron-Electron Interactions in Electron Doped Aromatic Carbon Materials viewed from Electrical Transport
  • Yoshihiko TAKANO National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
  • Yoshikazu MIZUGUCHI Tokyo Metropolitan university
  • Naurang SAINI Sapienza University of Rome
  • Hai-Hu WEN Nanjing University
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