Member

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(From left: Yoshioka, Ishikawa, Shirai, Shimagaki, Suzuki, Todo, Horita, Nakanishi, Adachi, Yamamoto, Okubo, Sato)


Former Members

  • Akira Shibasaki (Apr. 2005-Mar. 2007: Master Course) (present: Canon Inc.)
    • Master Thesis: "Computational study on effects of interchain interaction in quasi-1D quantum antiferromagnets" (in Japanese)
  • Kouki Fukui (Apr. 2006-Mar. 2008: Master Course) (present: Morgan Stanley)
    • Master Thesis: "O(N) Monte Carlo Method for Spin Systems with Long-range Interaction"
  • Hirofumi Nakagawasai (Dec. 2008-Mar. 2009: Project Researcher)
  • William Nicolazzi (May 2009-Nov. 2009: Project Researcher) (present: Toulouse)
  • Ryuichi Kanai (Apr. 2008-Mar. 2011: Master Course) (present: Financial Services Agency)
    • Master Thesis: "Quantum Monte Carlo Study of Entanglement Entropy"
  • Haruhiko Matsuo (Apr. 2008-Mar. 2012: Project Researcher) (present: PEZY Computing)
  • Yuichi Motoyama (Apr. 2009-Mar. 2014: Master/Doctor Course) (present: ISSP)
    • Master Thesis: "Quantum cluster Monte Carlo method for the ground state of frustrated spin systems"
    • Doctor Thesis: "Quantum Monte Carlo approach to the quantum phase transition in low-dimensional antiferromagnets in terms of the Berry phase"
  • Koichi Yanagisawa (Apr. 2013-Mar. 2015: Master's Course) (present: DENSO Corp.)
    • Master Thesis: "Tensor network study of two-dimensional frustrated quantum spin model"
  • Ryo Igarashi (Apr. 2012-Mar. 2013: Research Assistant, Apr. 2013-Jan. 2016: Project Researcher) (present: ITC, University of Tokyo)
  • Tatsuya Sakashita (Apr. 2012-Mar. 2016: Project Researcher) (present: Nagoya University)
  • Shinya Yasuda (Apr. 2011-Mar. 2016: Master/Doctor Course) (present: NEC)
    • Master Thesis: "Numerical Analysis of Quantum Phase Transitions with Dynamic Control of Anisotropy"
    • Doctor Thesis: "Study of quantum criticality with strong space-time anisotropy by quantum Monte Carlo with stochastic optimization"
  • Yasuaki Sakagawa (Apr. 2014-Mar. 2016: Master Course) (present: Panasonic)
    • Master Thesis: "Search for novel quantum phase of He4 with continuous-space path-integral Monte Carlo"
  • Alexander Wietek (Sep. 2016-Mar. 2017: Visiting Researcher (Graduate Student)) (present: Universität Innsbruck)