International Workshop on Computational Science 2017

February 15–18, 2017, Kanazawa University, Japan
February 15–16: Main Session (Invited and contributed presentations)
February 17–18: Special Session (Invited presentations only)

The International Workshop on Computational Science 2017 (IWCS2017) is an occasion to present and exchange results and ideas related to computational science and applied mathematics for young researchers worldwide, but we also cordially welcome papers from senior professors and scientists. We seek submissions from academia and industry presenting novel research on all aspects of these research fields.

This workshop is supported by Kanazawa University SAKIGAKE Project.

The special session of IWCS2017: “Design of Novel Magnetic Materials for Device Applications: Simulation and Experiment” is co-organized by Post-K Priority Issue 7 - Creation of new functional devices and high-performance materials to support next-generation industries (“CDMSI”).


Kanazawa University, Japan (Kakuma campus)
Kakuma-machi, Kanazawa 920-1192
Lecture hall: 203, main building of Graduate school of natural science and technology, building S1.

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Program of the Main Session

February 15

13:30 – 13:40


Invited lectures (25min + 5min Q&A)

13:40 – 14:10

Edy Tri Baskoro (Institut Teknologi Bandung)
Ramsey number for graphs

14:10 – 14:40

Mirza Satriawan (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Multicomponent Dark Matter in the Mirror Model with Massive Mirror Photon

14:40 – 15:10

Jiraphan Suntornchost (Chulalongkorn University)
Variable selection for a regression model when dependent variable is subject to measurement errors

15:10 – 15:40

Kazutomo Kawaguchi (Kanazawa University)
Theoretical Study of Intermolecular Interactions for protein systems

15:40 – 16:00


16:00 – 17:00

Short presentations (3min)

17:00 – 18:00

Poster session (room 202)

February 16

Invited lectures (25min + 5min Q&A)

09:30 – 10:00

Acep Purqon (Institut Teknologi Bandung)
Urban Physics and Its Implementation in Predicting Economic Growth Related to High Speed Train Development

10:00 – 10:30

Manabu Oura (Kanazawa University)
Ring of the weight enumerators of dn+

10:30 – 11:00

Fatimah A. Noor (Institut Teknologi Bandung)
Modeling of Tunneling Current in High-k-based MOS Capacitors by Considering the Effects of Coupling between Longitudinal and Transverse Motions

11:00 – 11:20


11:20 – 11:50

Suprijadi (Institut Teknologi Bandung)
Experimental and Computational study on physical properties based on granular system

11:50 – 12:20

Triati Dewi Kencana Wungu (Institut Teknologi Bandung)
Natural Clay Mineral as Adsorbent for Health and Environment Applications: A Density Functional Theory Study

12:20 – 12:50

Tatsuki Oda (Kanazawa University)
Research and development of high performance material for voltage torque MRAM by means of first-principles calculation

12:50 – 13:00


Program of the Special Session

“Design of Novel Magnetic Materials for Device Applications: Simulation and Experiment” {#program-of-the-special-session-design-of-novel-magnetic-materials-for-device-applications-simulation-and-experiment .unnumbered}

February 17

9:30 – 9:35


9:35 – 10:15

Y. Sakuraba (NIMS)
Exploration of ferromagnets with large anomalous Nernst effect for novel thermoelectric applications

10:15 – 10:40

Y. P. Mizuta (Kanazawa Univ.)
Skyrmion-driven thermoelectric conversion: An ab intio study

10:40 – 11:00


11:00 – 11:40

T. Koretsune (RIKEN)
First-principles calculation of Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction

11:40 – 12:05

M. Ohashi  (Kanazawa Univ.)
Superconductivity of chromium thin film

12:05 – 13:35


13:35 – 14:15

A. Kawasuso (QST)
Application of spin-polarized positron spectroscopy to some ferromagnetic systems

14:15 – 14:55

K. Hyodo (JST-CREST, Tohoku Univ.)
First-principles study on intrinsic and extrinsic anomalous Hall conductivity of transition metal alloys

14:55 – 15:20


15:20 – 16:00

A. Edström (ETH Zürich)
Computational Design of Transition Metal Magnets with Large Magnetocrystalline Anisotropy

16:00 – 16:40

T. Nozaki (Tohoku Univ.)
Voltage control of magnetization using magnetoelectric antiferromagnet Cr2O3 sputtered thin film

16:40 – 17:05

M. Obata (Kanazawa Univ.)
Investigation of spin dependent van der Waals density functional approach

17:45 –

Banquet (for special session participants, Sumire-Tei in Kanazawa university)

February 18

9:10 – 9:50

K. Ohishi (CROSS)
Chiral magnetism in CsCuCl3 probed by polarized neutron scattering and muon spin rotation

9:50 – 10:30

H. Nakanishi (NIT, Akashi College)
Quantum simulation for the motion of positive-muon in materials and its application for Mu-SR spin state analysis

10:30 – 10:55

J. B. Lin (NIMS)
Linear-scaling DFT study on the structural optimization and electronic properties of real size Ge/Si core-shell nanowires

10:55 – 11:15


11:15 – 11:55

Y. Onose (Univ.Tokyo)
Nonreciprocal propagation of elementary excitations in noncentrosymmetric magnets

11:55 – 12:35

Y. Ohnuma (JAEA)
Theory of spin current generation

12:35 – 12:40


List of posters

  1. Yoshiho Akagawa (Kanazawa University)
    Numerical simulation for dynamical elastic contact problem

  2. Saeful Akhyar (Kanazawa University)
    Smoothed particle hydrodynamic simulation of accretion disk in cataclysmic variable

  3. Hasan Al Rasyid (Kanazawa University)
    First-Principles Study of Electronic, Magnetic, and Optical Properties of Nickel Cobaltite: DFT and QSGW methods

  4. Fadil Habibi Danufane (Kanazawa University)
    Holonomic Gradient Method for the Distribution Function of the Largest Root of Complex Non-Central Wishart

  5. Yosuke Funato (Kanazawa University)
    First-principles study on θ-phase in solid oxygen

  6. Kouta Futai (Kanazawa University)
    Numerical study of an adaptive Lagrange-Galerkin scheme for pure convection problems

  7. Nurul Ikhsan (Kanazawa University)
    Theoretical study on multi-functional Fe/MgO interface: investigation of perpendicular magnetic anisotropy origin

  8. Tomosato Kanagawa (Kanazawa University)
    First principles calculation of magnetic anisotropy energy on double interfaces slab systems of X/Fe/MgO

  9. Hiroyuki Kitano (Kanazawa University)
    Numerical simulation of contact problem of an elastic body with friction

  10. Susumu Minami (Kanazawa University)
    Hyperfine structure of muonium in GaN

  11. Masum Murshed (Kanazawa University + University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh)
    On the prediction of storm surge along the coast of Bangladesh

  12. Takumi Nakano (Kanazawa University)
    3D simulation of crack propagation in an elastic body by a phase field model

  13. Irma Palupi (Kanazawa University)
    An Implicit Boundary Integral Method for Laplace Problem

  14. Riska Wahyu Romadhonia (Kanazawa University)
    Finite elements method of ergodic distribution function for Jaffe model

  15. Ayu Shabrina (Kanazawa University)
    Numerical method of nonlinear Black Scholes equation for American options pricing

  16. Shogen Shioda (Kanazawa University)
    Computation of an inverse free boundary problem for a shape optimization method

  17. Hiroki Yamamoto (Kanazawa University)
    A gradient flow structure of the Maxwell-type viscoelastic model and its finite element analysis

  18. Yamaoka Ryohei (Kanazawa University)
    4 way-hexagonal symmetric crystalline method and 2 dimensional snow crystal model allowing collision / splitting

  19. Takuro Yoneda (Kanazawa University)
    Development of a finite element method for a delamination model and its simulation

  20. Yang Zhenxing (Kanazawa University)
    Minimum energy state and gradient flow for interaction energy of particles

Abstract submission

Please submit the title, author(s) (indicate the speaker in the case of multiple authors), affiliation, email address, and abstract on at most one A4 page (pdf format preferred) to Norbert Pozar at by January 31, 2017. You can follow this sample as a template.