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Workshop
Many novel principles and concepts have been discovered at the cutting edge of quantum technology. It is demanded to explore this technology to widespread application aiming at sustainable society with a world-leading cooperative research system. The top-notch researchers at AIST and RIKEN are tightly collaborating to achieve industrial applications of new quantum technology.
Information
  • Date/Time   November 22nd, 2016 (10:30-16:50)
  • Place      FUJI SOFT AKIBA PLAZA  AKIBA HALL
  •          (3 Kanda-Neribei-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo: Fuji soft akihabara building 5F)
  • Sponsorship  AIST, RIKEN
  • Registration  free
Program

         Opening remarks
10:30〜10:35  Seigo Kanemaru (Director General, Department of Electronics and Manufacturing. AIST)

         Greetings
10:35〜10:40  Takeshi Okada (Director, Research and Development Division,
                  List of Officials of Industrial Science and Technology Policy and Environment Bureau, METI)
10:40〜10:45  Takayuki Fujiyoshi (Director, Environment and Energy Division, Research and Development Bureau, MEXT)

         Session I: Technology of light quantum
10:45〜11:15  "Develop and use ‘advanced second’" Hidetoshi Katori (RIKEN)
11:15〜11:45  "Optical frequency comb and applications" Hajime Inaba (AIST)

         Session II: Organic, supramolecular
11:45〜12:15  "Supramolecular aspects in printed electronics" Tatsuo Hasegawa (AIST)
12:15〜12:45  "Flexible electronics and molecular quantum nanotechnology" Takao Someya (RIKEN)

12:45〜14:30  Lunch
          Poster Presentations (FUJI SOFT AKIBA PLAZA Reception Hall)

         Session III: Superconductivity electronics
14:30〜15:00  "Development of superconducting quantum annealing machine for AI and IoT technology"
           Shiro Kawabata (AIST)
15:00〜15:30  "Superconducting quantum electronics: Towards macroscopic quantum machines"
           Yasunobu Nakamura (RIKEN)

         Session IV: Topological
15:30〜16:00  "Topology and Functions" Yoshinori Tokura (RIKEN)
16:00〜16:30  "Topological spins in phase-change memory and its future prospect" Junji Tominaga (AIST)

         Closing remarks
16:30〜16:40  Toshihiko Kanayama (Vice President, AIST)
16:40〜16:50  Yoichiro Matsumoto (Executive Director, RIKEN)

Contact
  • Quantum Technology Innovation Core WS office
  • E-mail:quantum-innovation[*]aist.go.jp (※ Please change to [*] into @.)