Department office
Kita 10, Nisi 8, Kita-ku,
Sapporo 060-0810,
JAPAN TEL: +81(JPN)-11-706-2692
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Condensed Matter Theory I

Connecting microscopic features with macroscopic phenomena

Research Keywords

  • statistical physics
  • non-equilibrium
  • non-linearity
  • random systems
  • complex networks
  • phase transition
  • self-organization
  • critical phenomena
  • scale-free structures
  • numerical simulation

Research Interest

Statistical physics

Research Theme

Phase transition on complex network systems

Molecular dynamics on non-equilibrium systems

Research Activities

We know that a number of tiny elements can show most complex phenomena imaginable from their simplicity. Atoms and molecules can do this but also biological cells, small bees and human beings in their crowds may perform something incredible. We study such relation between microscopic elements and macroscopic phenomena in language of statistical physics.

Join us and make a scenario, for example, connecting a theory of phase transition with a behavior of crowd sardines fighting against a gigantic whale

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Koji NEMOTO Professor

Organization Departments of Physics, Faculty of Science

Division Department of Condensed Matter Physics

Koji OKUDA Assistant Professor

Organization Departments of Physics, Faculty of Science

Division Department of Condensed Matter Physics

Contact

nemoto*phys.sci.hokudai.ac.jp

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Laboratory Website

http://phys.sci.hokudai.ac.jp/LABS/BusseiRiron/BusseiRiron-e.html

Address

ZIP Code 060-0810

Address Kita 10, Nisi 8, Kita-ku, Sapporo 060-0810, JAPAN 

TEL +81(JPN)-11-706-3443