Date Hours Room Related Category
Symporsium Title
March 17 (Sat.) 13:00 ~ 17:00 B401 S17


Numerical Simulation Technology Active in Superconducting Materials ~ Physical Phenomena, Crystal Growth and Application Design ~

13:15 ~ 17:00 B201 S18

12.Organic Molecules and Bioelectronics

pMAIRS: A Cutting-Edge Technique Revealing the Molecular Orientation Even in an Amorphous Thin Film Having a Surface Roughness

13:45 ~ 18:30 C102 S21


Novel Physical Properties and Applications of Ternary Compounds

13:15 ~ 16:20 E201 S20


Progress of Compound Semiconductor Device Technologies: What Can Learn from History of GaAs Device Development

13:45 ~ 17:30 C302 S26

15.Crystal Engineering

A New Era of Defect Research Starting with Field Fusion

13:00 ~ 18:30 D101 S30

16.Amorphous and Microcrystalline Materials

Recent Progress of Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells for Terawatt Power Generation

March 18 (Sun.) 13:45 ~ 18:05 F102 S1

1.Interdisciplinary Physics and Related Areas of Science and Technology


13:15 ~ 16:30 A304 S3

2.Ionizing Radiation

The Synchrotron Radiation Micro Beam Technology for the Real Elucidation of Biological Effect of Radiation

13:45 ~ 17:30 C303 S4

3.Optics and Photonics

Polarization Imaging for Light Wave Sensing

13:15 ~ 18:00 A404 S5

3.Optics and Photonics

Progress in Studies on Material Conversion and Processing with High-Power Lasers

13:30 ~ 16:45 A302 S6

3.Optics and Photonics

Quantum Computer and Quantum Simulator

09:15 ~ 18:00 C103 S7

6.Thin Films and Surfaces

New Developments on Technologies for Flexible Ceramics Coatings and Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Flexible Devices

13:45 ~ 17:45 F210 S8

6.Thin Films and Surfaces

The Forefront of Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy

13:00 ~ 17:00 C104 S9

6.Thin Films and Surfaces

Fundamentals and Applications of Piezoelectric Thin-Film Devices

13:45 ~ 17:30 C201 S10

6.Thin Films and Surfaces / 7.Beam Technology and Nanofabrication

Ion Beam and Surface Analysis: Recent Progress in Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) and Its Application to Organic Analysis

13:45 ~ 18:00 C204 S13

8.Plasma Electronics

Synthesis and Plasma Processing for 2D Sheet Materials ~from Ultra-Thin Films to Atomically Thin Layered Materials~

13:30 ~ 17:45 F104 S14

9.Applied Materials Science

Evolution of Nanowire Devices and Physics for IoT Era

13:15 ~ 17:00 D104 S15

10.Spintronics and Magnetics

What is “Neuromorphic Hardware ” ?

13:15 ~ 18:40 A202 S22


Semiconductor Device Simulation: Applications and Future Perspectives

13:00 ~ 17:25 C304 S27

15.Crystal Engineering

Ge Technology – Innovation of Group-IV Semiconductors Electronics

13:15 ~ 16:25 A402 S28

15.Crystal Engineering

Development of Innovative Functional Materials Based on Mixed-Anion Compounds

March 19 (Mon.) 10:15 ~ 17:15 F102 S2

1.Interdisciplinary Physics and Related Areas of Science and Technology

Progress in Materials and Devices Technology for Advanced Use of Renewable Energy

13:45 ~ 17:45 C103 S11

6.Thin Films and Surfaces /13.Semiconductors

Advanced 3D Atomic Imaging to Develop New Materials and Devices Technologies

13:45 ~ 17:45 C102 S12

7.Beam Technology and Nanofabrication

Novel Emitters and Applications

13:15 ~ 17:30 A202 S16

10.Spintronics and Magnetics

Magneto Science Now and the Future

13:15 ~ 16:45 D102 S19

12.Organic Molecules and Bioelectronics

New Sensor Technologies Based on Advanced Nanobiodevices and Machine Learning

13:30 ~ 17:10 G203 S23


Is Ge substituting for Si?

13:45 ~ 19:05 C101 S24


Integrated Sensing Systems for Ubiquitous Health Care Applications

13:15 ~ 17:35 G201 S25


Visualizing a Brilliant Future for Japanese Semiconductor Industry & Research

13:30 ~ 17:30 E202 S29

15.Crystal Engineering

Materials Science and Advanced Electronics Created by Singularity of Nitride Semiconductors: How Far Can We Control the Defects? ―Advanced Characterization and Functional Exploration

13:15 ~ 18:00 D101 S31

16.Amorphous and Microcrystalline Materials

Women in Photovoltaics at JSAP

13:15 ~ 18:50 C304 S32

Joint Session M ”Phonon Engineering”

Challenge to Heat Dissipation Problems by Organic-Inorganic Materials ~Forefront of Physics and Application~