[Date]:2021/08/30～2021/08/31

## Geometry and Algebra in Material Science II | 20210001

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How to hold | Live-streaming by Zoom |

Venue | Online |

Main language | Japanese |

**Title of Research Project:**Geometry and Algebra in Material Science II**Principal Investigator:**Shigeki Matsutani(Graduate School of Natural Science & Technology, Kanazawa University / Professor)**Research Period**：August 30, 2021. – August 31, 2021.

## Program

## August 30 (Mon)

10:00-10:05 Opening

10:05-11:10

Shigeki Matsutani (Kanazawa Univ.)

Mathematics in submanifold quantum mechanics and conductivity of continuum percolation

11:20-12:25

Jun Onoe（Nagoya Univ）

Behavior of electrons propagating on 1D periodic concave-convex curved surface:

\First observation of physical properties predicted by quantum mechanics of submanifold”

12:25-13:40 Lunch (Lunch Meeting)

13:40-14:45

Osamu Arao（DENSO)

The percolation network analysis inside electrically conductive adhesive

15:55-17:00

Koya Shimokawa（Saitama Univ.）

Polycontinuous structure and 3-dimensional topology

17:05-18:00

Free Discussion I (On geometry and algebra in material science)

## August 31 (Tue)

10:00-11:05

Yuto Horikawa (Osaka Univ.)

Elasticity on Riemannian manifold and its application to weaving papers

11:15-12:20

Toru Kajigaya（Tokyo Univ. of Sci.)

An optimal hyperbolic metric for graph embedding

12:20-13:30 Lunch (Lunch Meeting)

13:30-14:35

Takahiro Shimada (Kyoto Univ.）

Topological multiferroics induced by local/quantum symmetry breaking via lattice/electron defects

14:45-15:50

Kozo Furuta (Kyoto Univ.)

Introduction of the structural optimization methods and study of an innovative material design method

16:00-16:40

Junichi Nakagawa (Univ. of Tokyo)

Mathematical research on real-world problems is an in FMSP educational program for doctorate course students (Leading Graduate Course Frontiers of Mathematical Science and Physics) of the University of Tokyo：Coordination sequences of crystals are of quasi-polynomial type

16:45-17:10

Junichi Nakagawa (Univ. of Tokyo)

Perspectives on Collaborative study with Mathematicians

17:10-17:45 Free Discussion II (On geometry and algebra in material science)

17:45-17:50 Closing