*Symposium with “〇” in the column “Recording” will be recorded and become available for the participants to watch from March 26 to April 1, 2021.
Due to the agreement with the speakers, some presentations are only available to watch live.

Special Symposium

Date Hours Venue No Symposium Title Recording
13:00-18:00 Z01 SP1 【Open Symposium】
Applied Physics: An essential field in the effort against COVID-19



Date Hours Venue No Symposium Title Recording


Z01 NT1 【Open Symposium】
Semiconductors Essential to Accelerating DX Technology in “With Corona” Era

Sponsor:Logo image: Canon Logo image: SCREEN

13:30-18:00 Z01 NT2 【Open Symposium】
Let’s make the field of applied physics shine in the transition period of society


Date Hours Venue No Category Recording
Symposium Title
13:30-17:20 Z06 T3

3.Optics and Photonics/11.Superconductivity

Quantum Computing: Status and Outlook

Sponsor:Logo: Zurich Instruments

13:30-18:00 Z05 T6

3.Optics and Photonics

Novel photonics using quantum materials and terahertz-infrared electric fields

9:30-17:25 Z03 T9

7.Beam Technology and Nanofabrication

Encouragement for practical material researches with combined use of quantum beams -Would you like to use new quantum beams?-

10:00-17:00 Z02 T13


Expansion of solar energy application and applied physics led by multinary compounds

9:30-15:45 Z04 T14

15.Crystal Engineering

Engineering Crystal Habit: Toward a new crystal science designed by controlling polymorphism and microstructure

13:30-17:30 Z07 T15

15.Crystal Engineering

Power device technology trends and future prospects

Sponsor:Thermocera Japan

10:00-16:20 Z01 T22

Joint Session N “Informatics”

Materials innovation by informatics and robotics

Sponsor:STAM Method

13:30-16:45 Z11 T2

2.Ionizing Radiation

Forefront and prospects of ion beam analysis

13:30-17:15 Z05 T4

3.Optics and Photonics

Research progress on laser induced periodic surface structure

13:30-17:35 Z08 T5

3.Optics and Photonics

Frontier of Photonics and Computing

13:30-18:00 Z09 T7

6.Thin Films and Surfaces

Next Stage of Nanoprobe Life Science Research by Innovative Scanning Probe Microscopy

14:00-17:35 Z10 T8

6.Thin Films and Surfaces

Current status and future prospects of solid quantum sensors

13:30-17:40 Z03 T11

8.Plasma Electronics

Next Giant Leap with Plasma Electronics in New Normal Era

13:30-18:10 Z04 T16

15.Crystal Engineering

【Open Symposium】**In corporation with The Japan Institute of Electronics Packaging(JIEP)

Technological Evolution of Advanced Mobility and Power Electronics

9:00-12:30 Z02 T18

16.Amorphous and Microcrystalline Materials

Start up of “Module Science”: Comparison of Packaging Technologies of Various Semiconductor Devices

13:30-16:45 Z02 T19

16.Amorphous and Microcrystalline Materials

Progress and future prospects in phase change memory materials

13:30-18:30 Z12 T21

17.Nanocarbon Technology

Progress and future prospects of graphene research~10 years since receiving the Nobel Prize in Physics~

14:30-18:35 Z03 T10

7.Beam Technology and Nanofabrication

Progresses and future on EUV and soft x-ray imaging techniques

13:30-17:25 Z07 T12

10.Spintronics and Magnetics

Frontier of quantum technologies based on spin physics – from quantum device to novel material researches-

13:30-18:30 Z04 T17

15.Crystal Engineering

Materials Science and Advanced Electronics Created by Singularity

9:00-16:30 Z02 T20

16.Amorphous and Microcrystalline Materials

New development of power generation material research for IoT promoting DX in the new normal era

13:00-17:25 Z06 T23

Focused Session “AI Electronics”

【Open Symposium】**In corporation with The Japan Institute of Electronics Packaging(JIEP)

A Paradigm Shift to Post-Moore for AI/IoT era

13:30-16:50 Z01 T1

1. Interdisciplinary Physics and Related Areas of Science and Technology

【Open Symposium】Physics Education and Human Resource Development under the novel Corona-Virus Disease