3rd Japan-Israel Binational Workshop on Quantum Phenomena

3rd Japan-Israel Binational Workshop on Quantum Phenomena


Dates: March 10 - 13, 2013

Location: OIST Seaside House



This is the third Japan-Israel binational conference on the physics of various quantum aspects in condensed matter physics.   Mesoscopic physics, low dimensional systems, strongly correlated electrons, quantum dots, quantum coherence, transport phenomena in graphene, topological insulators and superconductors and  Majorana fermions, are among the topics to be covered. They are of great interest  not only from the point of view of basics physics, but also for their potential application in nano technology and information science, in which scientists from Japan and Israel have recently recorded significant contributions.  Renowned researchers in these fields are expected to gather in this workshop, with the hope to strengthen existing and establish new collaborations and to open new research directions. In addition, the workshop expected to provides an excellent educational event  for graduate physics students in OIST that are interested in modern aspects of condensed matter physics.

*OIST is deeply committed to the advancement of women in science, in Japan and worldwide. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.*




Shinobu Hikami (OIST, Japan)


Y. Avishai (Ben Gurion University, Israel)

O. Entin-Wohlman (Ben Gurion University, Israel)

D. Orgad (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

H. Aoki (University of  Tokyo, Japan)

K. Itoh (Keio University, Japan)

S. Katsumoto (University of  Tokyo, Japan)

A. Kikkawa (OIST, Japan)

T. Ohtsuki (Sophia University, Japan)

S. Tarucha (University of Tokyo, Japan)

Please address questions and inquiries to 3rd-jpn-isr@oist.jp

Last updated Feb. 14, 2013