[Neutron] NASCES11 2nd Circular (Neutron Applications on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems 2011)

arai (J-PARC) masatoshi.arai at j-parc.jp
Thu Nov 4 11:44:47 CET 2010

Dear Colleagues,

It is our great pleasure to inform you that we will hold an international workshop "Neutron Application on Strongly Correlated
Electron System 2011 (NASCES11)" on 23-25 February, 2011, in Tokai, the J-PARC home ground, under auspices of J-PARC, ISIS and SNS.

The following is the NASCES11 Second circular. Detailed information is available on the conference web site
We would appreciate if you would distribute this circular to your colleagues.

Best regards,

Masa Arai, J-PARC, JAEA

==============  Second Circular  ==============

NASCES11: Neutron Applications on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems 2011
                            to be held
                     in Tokai, Ibaraki Japan
                     February 23-25, 2011

Neutron scattering is undoubtedly a powerful technique for study on strongly correlated electron systems. Recent development of
new-generation neutron scattering facilities, such as ISIS, SNS and J-PARC, and experimental techniques like neutron polarimetry in addition to several upgrades of existing facilities should promise further advancements in this research field. On these circumstances, we hold a workshop where the forefronts of neutron applications on strongly correlated electron systems are to be discussed. The workshop will include:
- Superconductors (cupper oxides, iron-based compounds, and others)
- Multiferroics
- Rattling Materials
- f-electron Systems
- Low-Dimensional Systems
- Frustrated Spin Systems
- Cutting Edge Instrumentations and Data Analysis Softwares

IBARAKI Quantum Beam Research Center (IQBRC), which locates just in front of the main gate of Japan Atomic Energy Agency, the home ground of J-PARC

Registration and Call for Papers:
Registration and abstract submission is available via NASCES11 official website:

Proceedings will be published as a Supplement of Journal of the Physical Society of Japan.

Invited Speakers (confirmed):
  Y. Tokura (U. Tokyo)
  J. M. Tranquada (BNL)
  S. Maekawa (JAEA)
  G. Aeppli (University College London)
  M. Fujita (Tohoku U.)
  L. Braicovich (Politecnico di Milano)
  P. Bourges (LLB)
  A. Christianson (ORNL)
  R. McQueeney (Ames Lab.)
  T. Arima (Tohoku U.)
  M. Braden (U. Koeln)
 J. Fernandez-Baca (ORNL)
  K. Iwasa (Tohoku U.)
  O. Stockert (MPI fur Chemische Physik fester Stoffe)
  C. Stock (NIST)
  H. Ronnow (EPFL)
  J-G. Park (Seoul National U.)
  K. Tomiyasu (Tohoku U.)
  S. Nagler (ORNL)
  B. Gaulin (McMaster U.)
  T. Perring (ISIS)
  G. Granroth (SNS)
  R. Kajimoto (J-PARC)
  H. Mutka (ILL)

- Workshop Chair:
  M. Arai (J-PARC)
- Workshop Secretary:
  R. Kajimoto (J-PARC)
- International Advisory Committee:
  K. Yamada (WPI, Tohoku U.)
  K. Kakurai (JAEA)
  S. Maekawa (JAEA)
  C. Broholm (Johns Hopkins U.)
  I. Anderson (SNS)
  T. Perring (ISIS)
  R. McGreevy (ISIS)
- Local Program Committee:
  S. Wakimoto (J-PARC, JAEA)
  M. Arai (J-PARC)
  R. Kajimoto (J-PARC)
  K. Nakajima (J-PARC)
  S. Ohira-Kawamura (J-PARC)
  T. Yokoo (J-PARC)
  T. J. Sato (U. Tokyo)
  T. Masuda (U. Tokyo)
  M. Fujita (Tohoku U.)
  K. Oyama (Tohoku U.)
  K. Iwasa (Tohoku U.)
  T. Arima (Tohoku U.)
  C. H. Lee (AIST)
- Local Organizing Committee:
  M. Arai (J-PARC)
  R. Kajimoto (J-PARC)
  K. Nakajima (J-PARC)
  S. Ohira-Kawamura (J-PARC)
  S. Wakimoto (J-PARC, JAEA)
  T. Yokoo (J-PARC)
  T. J. Sato (U. Tokyo)
  T. Masuda (U. Tokyo)
- Sponsors
  J-PARC Center (KEK & JAEA)
  Grant-in-Aid for Specially Promoted Research from Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology (MEXT) "Construction of the 4D Space Access Neutron Spectrometer and Elucidation of Oxide High-Tc Superconductors"
- Cosponsors
  The Japanese Society for Neutron Science
  The Physical Society of Japan

Dr. R. Kajimoto
Neutron Science Section, MLF Division, J-PARC Center
2-4 Shirane, Shirakata, Tokai, Naka, Ibaraki 319-1195, Japan
e-mail: ryoichi.kajimoto at j-parc.jp
TEL: +81-29-282-3910
FAX: +81-29-284-3889
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