MIYASHITA Seiji


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MIYASHITA Seiji

MIYASHITA Seiji
Title Professor
Affiliation Department of Physics (UG), Department of Physics (GR), Graduate School of Science
E-mail
Room 941, Faculty of Science Bldg.1, 9F
TEL +81-3-5841-4192 | 24192(ext.)


Research Field

Statistical Mechanics, Condensed matter Physics, Magnetic Property

Research Subject

Theoretical study on the phase transition, critical phenomenon, non-equilibrium phenomena, quantum dynamics, etc

Current Research

I am aiming for understanding of various cooperative phenomena in strongly interacting systems from the viewpoint of “modeling and control of interacting systems”. Using the statistical mechanical method, I work on the characteristics of cooperative phenomenon of strong interacting systems. In particular, I investigate phase transition and critical phenomena in systems with quantum effect, frustration of interaction and randomness by using analytic methods and various numerical methods, and also their dynamical aspects from the perspectives of nonequilibrium statistical mechanics and quantum dynamics. Fundamental study on real-time quantum dynamics to investigate basic manipulation of quantum state for quantum information manipulation is one of the subjects.

Keywords

Phase Transition, Critical Phenomenon, Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Dynamics, Magnetic Property, Quantum Spin System, Frustration, Quantum Information, Nanomagnet

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